As Fantasy Football season inches closer, it's time to start considering certain draft targets. In previous fantasy football series, I took a look at the most overrated and most underrated tight ends this year. In the next article series, I'm talking a look at wide receivers. This article will feature a preview of four of the most underrated Wide Receivers this season.

1. Jordy Nelson. (Green Bay Packers)

Do you know which wide receiver had the highest number of fantasy football points last season? It wasn't Antonio Brown, Julio Jones, or Odell Beckham.

It was actually Jordy Nelson, who tied with Mike Evans. Nelson went off last season for 200 total fantasy points and scored 14 touchdowns. He was easily one of the top players in fantasy and not much has changed. Jordy will still be Aaron Rodgers' favorite target and his production will only diminish if he gets injured. So why is he only the 6th wide receiver off the board this season? It seems silly to say a player being drafted around the 15th spot is underrated, but last year's performance suggests he should be drafted a little bit higher this year.

2. Tyreek Hill. (Kansas City Chiefs)

The Kansas City Chiefs parted ways with receiver Jeremy Maclin, leaving Hill as the clear cut number one fantasy receiver.

Tyreek finished the season on an absolute tear, scoring double digit fantasy points in each of his last four games. Part of his value comes from kick returns for touchdowns, which won't always happen, but you can bet the Chiefs will involve the talented Hill in the offense as much as possible. Right now, Hill is being drafted around the 45th pick, after weaker options like Allen Robinson and Sammy Watkins.

3. Eric Decker (Tennessee Titans)

In 2015, Eric Decker was a beast with a Jets team that featured Ryan Fitzpatrick at quarterback. Decker was doing just fine in 2016, until an injury derailed his entire season. Now he'll be catching passes from Marcus Mariota in the Titans offense. He'll be competing for passes with Corey Davis and Rishard Matthews, but Decker didn't have a problem with that when he was playing with Marshall in New York.

Because Decker is being drafted around the 100th spot of fantasy football drafts, it's worth spending a speculative flier on the talented wide receiver.

4. Cameron Meredith (Chicago Bears)

Last season, Cameron Meredith finished the fantasy football season on an absolute tear, scoring double digit points in his last four games. By the end of the year, Meredith had become the top option as a wide receiver in Chicago. Now Mitchell Trubinsky joins the Bears, and you can bet that the Bears will be behind in most of their games. That means Trubinsky will be throwing the ball a ton and Meredith should have plenty of opportunities to score fantasy points. Right now, Meredith is being drafted around the 112th pick and is a low risk, high reward option for fantasy owners this season.