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Thursday 21st Sep 2017



Rank Player Team Comment
1 Aaron Rodgers GB Rodgers and Brees neck-and-neck for the top spot
2 Drew Brees NO Quarterbacks appear to be exceptionally deep this year  Neither Rodgers or Brees are likely to be on my team as I load up on RB and WR in early rounds
3 Peyton Manning Den All those weapons - what can possibly go wrong?
4 Tom Brady NE Still believe that Brady can make average players become very good
5 Cam Newton Car 13 TD passes and four TD rushes in 2nd half of 2012
6 Matt Ryan Atl Will the presence of Steven Jackson lead to a decline in TD passes?  Don't think so
7 Matthew Stafford Det Has the making to be the guy everyone looks at towards the end of the season saying "how did that guy go so low"
8 Tony Romo Dal Looks like he could go down as a better fantasy QB than a real life QB
9 Colin Kaepernick SF 49'ers lack the receivers to be very comfortable with Kaepernick as your number one quaterback
10 Robert Griffin III Wash If you back him up with Cousins you don’t have to worry about whether he will be ready for week one
11 Russell Wilson Sea Without Harvin, he could suffer the same fate as Kaepernick
12 Andrew Luck Ind Has the makings of a better real life quarterback than a fantasy quarterback
13 Eli Manning NYG Not great around fantasy playoff time
14 Joe Flacco Bal Not sure that Torrey Smith is enough to move Flacco up very much
15 Josh Freeman TB
16 Jay Cutler Chi Has the arsenal and scheme of put up big numbers in 2013
17 Alex Smith KC Trust in Andy Reid moves Smith up  Could be a key fantasy backup QB in 2013
18 Philip Rivers SD
19 Ben Roethlisberger Pit
20 Andy Dalton Cin
21 Matt Schaub Hou Foster still the primary guy, but the Johnson/Hopkins combo could post big numbers also
22 Michael Vick Phi
23 Sam Bradford StL I want to rank Bradford higher, but I just can't bring myself to it
24 Carson Palmer Ari If the Cardinals are better than the 2012 Raiders, Palmer's numbers wont match 2012
25 Ryan Tannehill Mia Will be better in 2013 than 2012, but I am not buying into Mike Wallace
26 Jake Locker Ten
27 Christian Ponder Min
28 Matt Flynn Oak
29 Brandon Weeden Cle I can see Weeden posting good numbers in 2013 but I can also see him on the bench
30 E.J. Manual Buf
31 Kevin Kolb Buf
32 Mark Sanchez NYJ
33 Geno Smith NYJ
34 Blaine Gabbert Jac
35 Chad Henne Jac



Rank Player Team Comment
1 Adrian Peterson Min Clear-cut number one overall
2 Doug Martin TB Looks to build on top notch rookie season
3 Arian Foster Hou High workload and nagging injuries are concern
4 Jamaal Charles KC Chance for big numbers under Andy Reid.  Lack of touchdowns still a concern
5 Ray Rice Bal Does everything for the Ravens.  With receivers down, might need to do even more
6 LeSean McCoy Phi Revitalized with Chip Kelly fast pace running game
7 C.J. Spiller Buf Needs to prove durability as a 20-touch per game back
8 Matt Forte Chi Could double our projected number of receptions
9 Marshawn Lynch Sea Christine Micheal may be more of a beast than the beast himself.
10 Steven Jackson Atl Is the bump up for the move to the Falcons overrated?
11 Trent Richardson Cle Strong potential to move into the top-five group
12 Alfred Morris Was If the rumors about his increased involvement in the passing game are true, look out.
13 Stevan Ridley NE Needs 300 carries to post fantasy numbers to support this draft spot
14 Chris Johnson Tenn One the decline, but improved offense line might be good enough for one more burst
15 Reggie Bush Det Looks like a PPR machine in Detroit
16 David Wilson NYG Ranking in the middle among starters is a cop out.  Will be top five or a complete bust
17 Frank Gore SF Low ceiling, high floor running back
18 Maurice Jones-Drew Jac
19 Giovani Bernard Cin Might leave the law firm with no clients.  Getting all the rookie buzz right now
20 Lamar Miller Mia Chance to be a star.  Lack of shoot-outs hurts his overall status
21 Darren Sproles NO Very safe in PPR format
22 Montee Ball Den Looks like he will ultimately see the bulk of the work.  Offense suited for big numbers
23 DeMarco Murray Dal Must drink a lot of Kool Aid to call out Murray or McFadden as your pick
24 Darren McFadden Oak
25 Shane Vereen NE Could move into Spoles PPR territory
26 Daryl Richardson StL Earned the starting job with the Rams.  Lets see what he can do with it
27 Rashard Mendenhall Ari Not a huge fan, but will get enough carries with the Cards to be useful
28 Ryan Mathews SD All disappointment so far
29 Eddie Lacy GB Lacy does not need to be great to meet this ranking.  But producing at this level will not help you win
30 Ronnie Hillman Den Three-headed running back group in Denver.  Fumbles will ultimately hurt
31 DeAngelo Williams Car Huge week 17 numbers prevented 2012 from being a complete bust
32 Mark Ingram NO Do you believe the Saints will try to run?  Neither do I.
33 Ahmad Bradshaw Ind Outperforms this ranking if healthy
34 Chris Ivory NYJ Powell has looked better so far.  In limited carries Ivory has not been healthy
35 BenJarvus Green-Ellis Cin
36 Ben Tate Hou Foster handcuff
37 Bilal Powell NYJ Once the bell drops, is it Ivory or Powell?
38 Joique Bell Det Bush handcuff
39 Bryce Brown Phi McCoy handcuff
40 Michael Bush Chi Forte handcuff and touchdown vulture
41 Fred Jackson Buf Spiller handcuff
42 Andre Brown NYG Wilson handcuff
43 Danny Woodhead SD PPR back in San Diego
44 Christine Michael Sea Lynch handcuff.  Beast Two
45 Daniel Thomas Mia Miller is better, but Thomas still seeing touches
46 Jacquizz Rodgers Atl Jackson handcuff
47 Bernard Pierce Bal Rice handcuff
48 Roy Helu Was PPR back in Washington if healthy
49 Mikel Leshoure Det Productive as a rookie.  Will take injuries to others to gain playing time
50 Vick Ballard Ind If the Colts were sold on him they would not have signed Bradshaw
51 Ryan Williams Ari
52 Knile Davis KC Touchdown vulture in KC
53 Knowshon Moreno Den If you are in to the Denver running backs, take Moreno to be safe
54 Johnathan Franklin GB
55 Shonn Greene Tenn Makings of touchdown vulture in Tennessee
56 Jonathan Dwyer Pit Cant really get excited here
57 Marcel Reece Oak Could be a useful flex play in PPR format
58 Robert Turbin Sea
59 Kendall Hunter SF
60 Le'Veon Bell Pit Expected to miss significant time.  Will have an opportunity when healthy
61 Pierre Thomas NO
62 Denard Robinson Jax
63 Isaiah Pead Stl
64 Lance Dunbar Dal
65 LaMichael James SF
66 Zac Stacy Stl



Rank Player Team Comment
1 Calvin Johnson Det Drop in 2012 touchdowns was an amazing anomoly
2 A.J. Green Cin Followed up rookie season with elite numbers
3 Dez Bryant Dal The Cowboys have the making of being in a bunch of offensive shootouts
4 Brandon Marshall Chi Marshall has been an unappreciated fantasy beast for many years
5 Julio Jones Atl Talent to be right there with Calvin, but plays on a much more balanced team
6 Demaryius Thomas Den Lots of offensive weapons probably means there will be some down games for Thomas
7 Roddy White Atl Getting up in age,, but Falcons are weak at #3 receiver
8 Andre Johnson Hou Consistent lack of touchdowns troubling for a top-ten receiver
9 Larry Fitzgerald Ari Lot's of hype over Carson Palmer.  It will help, but it will still be tough to call out his name
10 Vincent Jackson TB Don’t trust the quarterback
11 Victor Cruz NYG Injuries are concern
12 Jordy Nelson GB Pre-season injury is a concern.  Something does not feel right about Green Bay
13 Marques Colston NO Consistently top in receptions, targets, and touchdowns
14 Randall Cobb* GB Talk of a torn bicep tendon.  Dynamic playmaker in 2012
15 Wes Welker Den Betting on Decker taking the hit in targets, not Welker
16 Pierre Garcon Was Was big in limited 2012 snaps.  If RGIII runs less, Garcon catches more
17 Reggie Wayne Ind Luck revitalized Wayne last year
18 Dwayne Bowe KC Top target in offense that appears much improved going into 2013
19 Danny Amendola NE If healthy, he posts Welker-like numbers.  "If" is the big question here
20 Hakeem Nicks NYG Looks slow
21 Eric Decker Den Still a top-20 type receiver.  Are there enough footballs to go around?
22 DeSean Jackson Phil Chip Kelly will find ways to get the ball to Jackson
23 T.Y. Hilton Ind The emerging star in Indy
24 DeAndre Hopkins Hou Will add the touchdown dynamic to the Texans offense that Johnson failed to produce
25 Mike Wallace Mia Will be ok in total points leagues.  Not consisent enough in head-to-head
26 Steve Smith Car
27 Antonio Brown Pit
28 Cecil Shorts Jac
29 Torrey Smith Bal
30 James Jones GB
31 Steve Johnson Buf
32 Greg Jennings Min
33 Mike Williams TB
34 Miles Austin Dal
35 Lance Moore NO
36 Josh Gordon Cle Suspended for first two games and still a knucklehead, but very talented
37 Justin Blackmon Jac Makes Gordon look like a saint.  Suspended for first four.
38 Tavon Austin Stl Dynamic playmaker
39 Golden Tate Sea Strong potential to jump to the next level with Russell Wilson
40 Vincent Brown SD Coming back from lost 2012
41 Stephen Hill NYJ Talented player on a team with huge quarterback issues
42 Nate Washington Ten
43 Kenbrell Thompkins NE Where to rank and draft this unknown is the biggest question on the whole list.  In Brady we trust
44 Alshon Jeffery Chi Lost 2012, has talent and opportunity to rebound
45 Brian Hartline Mia 152 receptions and only three touchdowns over past three seasons
46 Emmanuel Sanders Pit The fact that the Patriots wanted him tells me all I need to know
47 Anquan Boldin SF The boring veteran that will post good consistent wide receiver numbers.
48 Chris Givens Stl
49 Kenny Britt Ten Good when healthy, which is not very oftn
50 Santonio Holmes NYJ
51 Sidney Rice Sea
52 Rueben Randle NYG Becomes a top-twenty receiver if Cruz or Nicks miss significant time
53 Riley Cooper Phi In spite of off-season issues, likely starter on offense looking to go
54 Darrius Heyward-Bey Ind Looks much better in Indy than he did in Oakland
55 Denarius Moore Oak Still a quarterback mess
56 Kendall Wright Ten
57 Mohamed Sanu Cin
58 Ryan Broyles Det
59 Brandon LaFell Car
60 Michael Floyd Ari
61 Malcolm Floyd SD
62 Greg Little Cle
63 Aaron Dobson NE
64 Cordarrelle Patterson Min Talent flashes in pre-season.  Quarterback will keep him at an inconsistent level
65 Kenny Stills NO Whoever is number three in New Orleans is a fantasy threat
66 Andre Roberts Ari Sneaky good numbers in 2012.  Might get a bigger bump than Fitzgerald
67 Brandon Gibson Mia
68 Jeremy Kerley NYJ
69 Rod Streater Oak Possession receiver on bad team.  Look what Brandon Myers piled up last year
70 Brian Quick Stl
71 Markus Wheaton Pit Interesting rookie in Pittsburgh among weak receiving group
72 Keenan Allen SD
73 Santana Moss Was
74 Julian Edelman NE
75 Robert Woods Buf
76 Nate Burleson Det
77 Jacoby Jones Bal
78 Donnie Avery KC
79 Terrance Williams Dal
80 Jon Baldwin SF
81 Jarius Wright Min
82 Davone Bess Cle
83 Josh Boyce NE
84 A.J. Jenkins KC
85 Aldrick Robinson Was



Rank Player Team Comment
1 Jimmy Graham NO Much the best at the position, but going way too high
2 Rob Gronkowski NE Expected to miss start of the season and forces you to take a second tight end.
3 Jason Witten Dal Best of the rest
4 Tony Gonzalez Atl Reborn in 2012.  At least 63 receptions in 14 straight seasons. 5+ TDs in 13 of last 14 seasons
5 Greg Olsen Car Good target for Cam.  New offensive coordinator could lower targets
6 Jared Cook Stl Very nice target in St. Louis.  May finally live up to expectations
7 Kyle Rudolph Min Weak reception total, good red zone target
8 Jermichael Finley GB Never lived up to the reputation.  Looks better so far
9 Jordan Cameron Cle Second biggest surprise on the list
10 Zach Sudfeld NE Biggest surprise on the list.  Came out of nowhere like Thompkins
11 Brent Celek Phi Thought to be a blocking TE under Kelly, but seeing good pre-season targets
12 Julius Thomas Den Another surprise on the list.  Nice pre-season target for Peyton
13 Vernon Davis SF Should be higher on the list, but after living with him on my teams in 2012 I just cant do it
14 Owen Daniels Hou
15 Antonio Gates SD Great player on the decline
16 Fred Davis Was
17 Brandon Pettigrew Det
18 Heath Miller Pit
19 Jermaine Gresham Cin
20 Martellus Bennett Chi
21 Zach Ertz Phi
22 Brandon Myers NYG
23 Tyler Eifert Cin
24 Gavin Escobar Dal
25 Dwayne Allen Ind
26 Marcedes Lewis Jac
27 Rob Housler Ari
28 Travis Kelce KC
29 Delanie Walker Ten
30 Coby Fleener Ind






Player Team
Phil Dawson SF
Greg Zuerlein Stl
Stephen Gostkowski NE
Kai Forbath Was
Matt Bryant Atl
Matt Prater Den
Justin Tucker Bal
Blair Walsh Min
Alex Henery Phi
Dan Bailey Dal
Caleb Sturgis
Randy Bullock Hou
Sebastian Janikowski Oak
Steven Hauschka Sea
David Akers Det
Adam Vinatieri
Garrett Hartley NO
Mason Crosby GB

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