Player Pos Team Bye Fantasy Pts Tier

David Johnson RB ARI 8 289.8 1
Le'Veon Bell RB PIT 9 266.77 1
Antonio Brown WR PIT 9 210.14 1
Ezekiel Elliott RB DAL 6 249.22 1
Odell Beckham Jr. WR NYG 8 197.93 1
Julio Jones WR ATL 5 206.25 1
LeSean McCoy RB BUF 6 220.4 1
A.J. Green WR CIN 6 180.31 2
Mike Evans WR TB 11 192.09 2
Melvin Gordon RB LAC 9 204.88 2
Jordy Nelson WR GB 8 183.72 2
Devonta Freeman RB ATL 5 213.36 2
Jay Ajayi RB MIA 11 194.19 2
Jordan Howard RB CHI 9 201.41 2
DeMarco Murray RB TEN 8 193.71 3
Michael Thomas WR NO 5 166.28 3
T.Y. Hilton WR IND 11 167.12 3
Dez Bryant WR DAL 6 159.43 3
Todd Gurley RB LAR 8 187.88 4
Amari Cooper WR OAK 10 158.06 4
Doug Baldwin WR SEA 6 159.77 4
Leonard Fournette RB JAC 8 172.62 4
Lamar Miller RB HOU 7 180.27 4
Rob Gronkowski TE NE 9 155.62 4
Isaiah Crowell RB CLE 9 157.01 4
DeAndre Hopkins WR HOU 7 148.61 5
Brandin Cooks WR NE 9 140.42 5
Demaryius Thomas WR DEN 5 146.8 5
Sammy Watkins WR BUF 6 144.98 5
Aaron Rodgers QB GB 8 342.472 5
Allen Robinson WR JAC 8 150.17 5
Carlos Hyde RB SF 11 146.09 5
Alshon Jeffery WR PHI 10 132.33 5
Tom Brady QB NE 9 323.44 5
Travis Kelce TE KC 10 132.07 6
Marshawn Lynch RB OAK 10 160.96 6
Davante Adams WR GB 8 124.45 6
Terrelle Pryor WR WAS 5 134.11 6
Drew Brees QB NO 5 306.28 6
Joe Mixon RB CIN 6 137.45 6
Ty Montgomery RB GB 8 155.07 6
Keenan Allen WR LAC 9 132.31 6
Michael Crabtree WR OAK 10 142.16 7
C.J. Anderson RB DEN 5 134.53 8
Christian McCaffrey RB CAR 11 141.1 8
Mark Ingram RB NO 5 152.48 8
Golden Tate WR DET 7 130.08 8
Spencer Ware RB KC 10 153.86 8
Greg Olsen TE CAR 11 132.3 8
Mike Gillislee RB NE 9 130.75 8
Jordan Reed TE WAS 5 120.77 8
Emmanuel Sanders WR DEN 5 136.86 8
Jarvis Landry WR MIA 11 141.39 9
Dalvin Cook RB MIN 9 138.28 9
Eddie Lacy RB SEA 6 134.14 9
Larry Fitzgerald WR ARI 8 129.11 9
Bilal Powell RB NYJ 11 142.18 9
Tyreek Hill WR KC 10 131.46 9
Andrew Luck QB IND 11 289.544 10
Martavis Bryant WR PIT 9 122.46 10
Julian Edelman WR NE 9 125.63 10
Russell Wilson QB SEA 6 295.082 10
Tevin Coleman RB ATL 5 138.14 10
Frank Gore RB IND 11 140.87 10
Ameer Abdullah RB DET 7 132.92 10
Matt Ryan QB ATL 5 301.862 10
Jamison Crowder WR WAS 5 121.52 10
Jimmy Graham TE SEA 6 114.05 11
Paul Perkins RB NYG 8 137.57 11
Willie Snead WR NO 5 122.98 11
Stefon Diggs WR MIN 9 126.32 11
Donte Moncrief WR IND 11 115.39 11
LeGarrette Blount RB PHI 10 112.32 11
Kelvin Benjamin WR CAR 11 136.8 11
Tyler Eifert TE CIN 6 105.11 12
Brandon Marshall WR NYG 8 117.35 12
Danny Woodhead RB BAL 10 112.96 12
Kirk Cousins QB WAS 5 273.164 12
DeSean Jackson WR TB 11 118.04 12
Adrian Peterson RB NO 5 111.45 12
Marcus Mariota QB TEN 8 270.366 13
Jameis Winston QB TB 11 279.238 13
Doug Martin RB TB 11 112.28 13
Pierre Garcon WR SF 11 119.61 13
Kyle Rudolph TE MIN 9 105.13 13
Cam Newton QB CAR 11 280.614 13
Eric Decker WR TEN 8 116.76 13
Delanie Walker TE TEN 8 107.3 13
Jeremy Maclin WR BAL 10 107.55 14
Terrance West RB BAL 10 127.88 13
Devante Parker WR MIA 11 111.26 14
Derek Carr QB OAK 10 258.312 14
Tyrell Williams WR LAC 9 112.23 14
Jonathan Stewart RB CAR 11 112.22 14
Ben Roethlisberger QB PIT 9 261.714 14
Derrick Henry RB TEN 8 103.64 14
Cameron Meredith WR CHI 9 105.51 14
Dak Prescott QB DAL 6 271.254 14
Martellus Bennett TE GB 8 99.24 14
Kenny Britt WR CLE 9 117.91 14
John Brown WR ARI 8 103.89 14
Robert Kelley RB WAS 5 113.64 14
Zach Ertz TE PHI 10 100.23 15
Philip Rivers QB LAC 9 261.344 15
Theo Riddick RB DET 7 108.81 15
Matthew Stafford QB DET 7 264.28 15
Randall Cobb WR GB 8 123.43 15
Eric Ebron TE DET 7 94.12 15
Matt Forte RB NYJ 11 121.93 15
Samaje Perine RB WAS 5 87.83 15
Hunter Henry TE LAC 9 92.47 15
Kareem Hunt RB KC 10 97.73 16
Tyrod Taylor QB BUF 6 267.104 15
Corey Coleman WR CLE 9 104.9 16
Mike Wallace WR BAL 10 111.76 16
Adam Thielen WR MIN 9 106.34 16
Jordan Matthews WR PHI 10 101.73 16
Rishard Matthews WR TEN 8 108.3 16
C.J. Prosise RB SEA 6 80.42 16
Andy Dalton QB CIN 6 257.826 16
Jack Doyle TE IND 11 86.81 17
Duke Johnson RB CLE 9 107.9 17
Corey Davis WR TEN 8 96.79 17
Eli Manning QB NYG 8 245.712 17
Marvin Jones WR DET 7 107.26 17
Latavius Murray RB MIN 9 87.05 17
James White RB NE 9 90.38 18
Carson Palmer QB ARI 8 236.264 18
Jacquizz Rodgers RB TB 11 68.17 18
Jeremy Hill RB CIN 6 74.28 18
Thomas Rawls RB SEA 6 71.33 18
Ted Ginn WR NO 5 97.4 19
Jamaal Charles RB DEN 5 88.53 18
Carson Wentz QB PHI 10 241.258 18
Coby Fleener TE NO 5 86.25 18
Blake Bortles QB JAC 8 246.572 18
Giovani Bernard RB CIN 6 91.11 18
Darren Sproles RB PHI 10 97.29 18
Sterling Shepard WR NYG 8 92.42 19
Jamaal Williams RB GB 8 73.72 18
Breshad Perriman WR BAL 10 86.01 20
Josh Doctson WR WAS 5 75.75 20
Tyler Lockett WR SEA 6 90.25 20
Jason Witten TE DAL 6 87.02 20
Cameron Brate TE TB 11 77.73 19
Robert Woods WR LAR 8 85.87 20
Kenny Stills WR MIA 11 87.9 20
Kevin White WR CHI 9 83.83 20
C.J. Fiedorowicz TE HOU 7 75.87 21
Austin Hooper TE ATL 5 75.5 21
Julius Thomas TE MIA 11 74.89 21
Zay Jones WR BUF 6 66.64 21
J.J. Nelson WR ARI 8 79.45 22
Antonio Gates TE LAC 9 71.71 21
Joe Flacco QB BAL 10 230.104 21
Joe Williams RB SF 11 58.82 21
Marqise Lee WR JAC 8 72.7 22
Alvin Kamara RB NO 5 51.29 22
John Ross WR CIN 6 67.95 22
Taylor Gabriel WR ATL 5 76.83 22
Dion Lewis RB NE 9 61.88 22
Justin Tucker K BAL 10 128.4 23
Cole Beasley WR DAL 6 90.55 23
DeAndre Washington RB OAK 10 66.47 23
Stephen Gostkowski K NE 9 142.4 22
Rex Burkhead RB NE 9 73.72 22
Marlon Mack RB IND 11 45.55 22
Chris Thompson RB WAS 5 83.01 23
Will Fuller WR HOU 7 46.66 23
Sam Bradford QB MIN 9 214.478 23
Allen Hurns WR JAC 8 94.71 23
Jonathan Williams RB BUF 6 57.2 24
O.J. Howard TE TB 11 60.99 23
Alex Smith QB KC 10 226.578 23
Charles Sims RB TB 11 75.13 24
Tavon Austin WR LAR 8 97.37 25
Dan Bailey K DAL 6 127.6 24
Shane Vereen RB NYG 8 80.09 24
Jalen Richard RB OAK 10 62.46 24
D'Onta Foreman RB HOU 7 53.64 25
David Njoku TE CLE 9 64.4 24
Mason Crosby K GB 8 128.4 24
Matt Bryant K ATL 5 136.1 24
Mohamed Sanu WR ATL 5 89.25 25
Brian Hoyer QB SF 11 172.316 25
Mike Williams WR LAC 9 53.16 25
Jared Cook TE OAK 10 76.29 25
Zach Miller TE CHI 9 60.67 25
Malcolm Mitchell WR NE 9 41.66 25
Devin Funchess WR CAR 11 81.3 25
Jay Cutler QB MIA 11 199.73
Mike Glennon QB CHI 9 171.826
Jared Goff QB LAR 8 166.228
Trevor Siemian QB DEN 5 153.778
Josh McCown QB NYJ 11 136.352
Deshaun Watson QB HOU 7 133.852
DeShone Kizer QB CLE 9 103.262
Cody Kessler QB CLE 9 94.852
Tom Savage QB HOU 7 81.128
Paxton Lynch QB DEN 5 69.062
Mitch Trubisky QB CHI 9 46.128
Matt Moore QB MIA 11 39.65
Bryce Petty QB NYJ 11 30.754
Christian Hackenberg QB NYJ 11 26.934
Brock Osweiler QB CLE 9 25.48
Matt Barkley QB SF 11 25.308
Sean Mannion QB LAR 8 21.328
Patrick Mahomes QB KC 10 17.162
Teddy Bridgewater QB MIN 9 16.05
Blaine Gabbert QB ARI 8 15.27
Brandon Weeden QB HOU 7 13.444
Kevin Hogan QB CLE 9 13.116
Landry Jones QB PIT 9 12.848
Drew Stanton QB ARI 8 11.638
C.J. Beathard QB SF 11 11.204
Scott Tolzien QB IND 11 10.5
Derek Anderson QB CAR 11 10.584
Chad Henne QB JAC 8 8.748
Matt Cassel QB TEN 8 8.45
T.J. Yates QB BUF 6 8.576
Nick Foles QB PHI 10 7.554
Case Keenum QB MIN 9 7.382
AJ McCarron QB CIN 6 7.336
Brett Hundley QB GB 8 7.272
Geno Smith QB NYG 8 7.1
Jimmy Garoppolo QB NE 9 7.184
Trevone Boykin QB SEA 6 6.584
Colt McCoy QB WAS 5 6.428
Ryan Mallett QB BAL 10 6.414
Kellen Clemens QB LAC 9 6.272
Connor Cook QB OAK 10 6.088
Jake Rudock QB DET 7 5.94
Ryan Griffin QB HOU 7 5.9
Kellen Moore QB DAL 6 5.746
Ryan Fitzpatrick QB TB 11 5.432
Cardale Jones QB LAC 9 5.408
Matt Schaub QB ATL 5 4.816
Chase Daniel QB NO 5 3.69
Brandon Doughty QB MIA 11 1.516
Mark Sanchez QB CHI 9 0.12
Alex Tanney QB TEN 8 0
Josh Johnson QB NYG 8 0
Robert Turbin RB IND 11 64.61
T.J. Yeldon RB JAC 8 59.54
Ryan Mathews RB PHI 10 55.82
Jerick McKinnon RB MIN 9 54.27
Darren McFadden RB DAL 6 53.62
Tim Hightower RB SF 11 53.26
Devontae Booker RB DEN 5 50.57
Damien Williams RB MIA 11 44.85
Wendell Smallwood RB PHI 10 42.83
Donnel Pumphrey RB PHI 10 42.53
James Conner RB PIT 9 40.52
Zach Zenner RB DET 7 39.19
Marcel Reece RB SEA 6 37.7
Kenyan Drake RB MIA 11 37.82
Tarik Cohen RB CHI 9 37
Wayne Gallman RB NYG 8 34.38
Chris Ivory RB JAC 8 33.63
Kyle Juszczyk RB SF 11 32.73
Andre Ellington RB ARI 8 31.45
Branden Oliver RB LAC 9 30.61
Elijah McGuire RB NYJ 11 30.9
Jeremy Langford RB CHI 9 30.19
Mike Tolbert RB BUF 6 30.37
Kerwynn Williams RB ARI 8 29.34
Lance Dunbar RB LAR 8 30.16
Chris Johnson RB ARI 8 28.24
Alfred Blue RB HOU 7 27.74
Charcandrick West RB KC 10 26.64
Aaron Ripkowski RB GB 8 25.44
Aaron Jones RB GB 8 24.44
Kenneth Farrow RB LAC 9 24.19
Fitzgerald Toussaint RB PIT 9 22.77
Alfred Morris RB DAL 6 22.09
John Kuhn RB NO 5 21.08
Andre Williams RB LAC 9 20.34
Benny Cunningham RB CHI 9 18.73
Jeremy McNichols RB TB 11 18.32
Brian Hill RB ATL 5 18.02
Elijah Hood RB OAK 10 17.81
Javorius Allen RB BAL 10 16.95
Shaun Draughn RB NYG 8 17.14
Matt Asiata RB DET 7 14.98
Malcolm Brown RB LAR 8 14.83
Cameron Artis-Payne RB CAR 11 14.98
Ka'Deem Carey RB CHI 9 14.61
Jamize Olawale RB OAK 10 13.6
Kenjon Barner RB LAC 9 12.78
Andy Janovich RB DEN 5 12.61
Travaris Cadet RB NO 5 13.33
Dwayne Washington RB DET 7 12.46
Alex Collins RB SEA 6 11.92
Brandon Wilds RB CLE 9 10.61
Fozzy Whittaker RB CAR 11 10.71
Knile Davis RB PIT 9 10.14
Lorenzo Taliaferro RB BAL 10 10.56
Orleans Darkwa RB NYG 8 9.87
Terron Ward RB ATL 5 10.14
De'Angelo Henderson RB DEN 5 10.53
Tyler Ervin RB HOU 7 9.39
Corey Grant RB JAC 8 8.16
Devante Mays RB GB 8 7.9
Kapri Bibbs RB SF 11 7.88
Darrel Young RB CAR 11 7.63
Mack Brown RB WAS 5 7.54
Chris Carson RB SEA 6 7.4
C.J. Spiller RB KC 10 7.28
Peyton Barber RB TB 11 7.33
Patrick DiMarco RB BUF 6 7.34
Josh Ferguson RB IND 11 7.1
John Crockett RB OAK 10 6.8
Derek Watt RB LAC 9 6.92
Khalfani Muhammad RB TEN 8 6.62
Bobby Rainey RB BAL 10 5.89
Akeem Hunt RB HOU 7 5.73
Jalston Fowler RB TEN 8 5.61
T.J. Logan RB ARI 8 5.7
Raheem Mostert RB SF 11 5.08
Juwan Thompson RB DEN 5 4.62
Brandon Bolden RB NE 9 4.2
Daniel Lasco RB NO 5 4.57
Troymaine Pope RB IND 11 4
Keith Smith RB DAL 6 4.23
James Develin RB NE 9 3.87
Jay Prosch RB HOU 7 3.76
Taiwan Jones RB BUF 6 2.77
Dan Vitale RB CLE 9 3.33
Rod Smith RB DAL 6 2.62
Anthony Sherman RB KC 10 2.93
Roosevelt Nix RB PIT 9 1.51
Marquez Williams RB JAC 8 1.4
Jordan Todman RB NYJ 11 1.3
Robby Anderson WR NYJ 11 94.82
Terrance Williams WR DAL 6 73.17
Chris Conley WR KC 10 72.72
ArDarius Stewart WR NYJ 11 69.32
Kenny Golladay WR DET 7 67.89
Brandon LaFell WR CIN 6 66.05
Seth Roberts WR OAK 10 65.6
Curtis Samuel WR CAR 11 65.55
Torrey Smith WR PHI 10 63.53
Chris Hogan WR NE 9 63.16
Marquise Goodwin WR SF 11 61.23
Tyler Boyd WR CIN 6 61.23
Eli Rogers WR PIT 9 59.09
Travis Benjamin WR LAC 9 57.26
Jermaine Kearse WR SEA 6 55.07
Cooper Kupp WR LAR 8 54.68
Phillip Dorsett WR IND 11 52.57
Kendall Wright WR CHI 9 51.88
Laquon Treadwell WR MIN 9 51.1
Jeremy Kerley WR SF 11 50.01
Albert Wilson WR KC 10 49.91
Markus Wheaton WR CHI 9 48.26
Adam Humphries WR TB 11 46.92
Jaelen Strong WR HOU 7 46.29
Chris Godwin WR TB 11 45.23
Brandon Coleman WR NO 5 43.31
Braxton Miller WR HOU 7 43.4
Charles Johnson WR CAR 11 42.67
Brice Butler WR DAL 6 39.06
Carlos Henderson WR DEN 5 39.06
Paul Richardson WR SEA 6 38.73
Geronimo Allison WR GB 8 38.31
Kamar Aiken WR IND 11 35.96
JuJu Smith-Schuster WR PIT 9 35.96
Marquess Wilson WR NYJ 11 35.6
Dontrelle Inman WR LAC 9 34.62
Chad Williams WR ARI 8 34.59
Jaron Brown WR ARI 8 33.24
Victor Cruz WR CHI 9 33.03
Nelson Agholor WR PHI 10 32.63
Andre Ellington WR ARI 8 32.25
Charone Peake WR NYJ 11 32.34
Andre Holmes WR BUF 6 31.93
Danny Amendola WR NE 9 31.1
Josh Reynolds WR LAR 8 31.18
Taywan Taylor WR TEN 8 30.96
Kenny Bell WR BAL 10 30.2
Rod Streater WR BUF 6 29.8
Cordarrelle Patterson WR OAK 10 29.2
Chad Hansen WR NYJ 11 29.5
Dede Westbrook WR JAC 8 29.35
Russell Shepard WR CAR 11 29.1
Ricardo Louis WR CLE 9 29.12
Tajae Sharpe WR TEN 8 28.24
Justin Hardy WR ATL 5 28.06
Michael Floyd WR MIN 9 28.03
Bennie Fowler WR DEN 5 27.51
Jalin Marshall WR NYJ 11 27.02
Roger Lewis WR NYG 8 26.6
Aldrick Robinson WR SF 11 26.79
Brian Quick WR WAS 5 26.1
Philly Brown WR BUF 6 25.28
Pharoh Cooper WR LAR 8 24.83
Deonte Thompson WR CHI 9 24.23
Andre Roberts WR ATL 5 23.34
TJ Jones WR DET 7 23.79
Jordan Taylor WR DEN 5 22.96
Sammie Coates WR PIT 9 22.42
Vince Mayle WR BAL 10 21.93
Justin Hunter WR PIT 9 21.68
Brittan Golden WR ARI 8 21.71
Michael Campanaro WR BAL 10 21.06
Darrius Heyward-Bey WR PIT 9 20.96
Demarcus Robinson WR KC 10 21.17
Amara Darboh WR SEA 6 20.4
Josh Bellamy WR CHI 9 20.19
Chris Moore WR BAL 10 20.37
Jarius Wright WR MIN 9 19.56
Jared Abbrederis WR DET 7 19.34
Cobi Hamilton WR PIT 9 19.74
Chester Rogers WR IND 11 18.77
Rashard Higgins WR CLE 9 18.13
Rueben Randle WR CHI 9 17.66
Chris Matthews WR BAL 10 17.3
Bradley Marquez WR LAR 8 16.92
Brandon Tate WR BUF 6 16.36
Eric Weems WR TEN 8 16.15
Cody Latimer WR DEN 5 16.12
Mario Alford WR CLE 9 14.93
Keshawn Martin WR DET 7 14.72
Ryan Grant WR WAS 5 14.5
Alex Erickson WR CIN 6 14.1
DeAndre Smelter WR SF 11 14.39
Johnny Holton WR OAK 10 14.05
Tanner McEvoy WR SEA 6 13.76
Harry Douglas WR TEN 8 13.33
Jordan Payton WR CLE 9 12.37
Cody Core WR CIN 6 12.11
Myles White WR NYJ 11 12.35
DeAndrew White WR HOU 7 11.79
Leonte Carroo WR MIA 11 11.96
Jakeem Grant WR MIA 11 11.76
Tre McBride WR TEN 8 11.73
Trent Taylor WR SF 11 11.23
Trevor Davis WR GB 8 11.1
Brenton Bersin WR CAR 11 10.7
Jonathan Krause WR TEN 8 10.48
Lucky Whitehead WR NYJ 11 10.2
Javontee Herndon WR DAL 6 10.18
Freddie Martino WR TB 11 10.13
Seantavius Jones WR KC 10 10.28
DeAngelo Yancey WR GB 8 9.8
Ryan Switzer WR DAL 6 9.53
Isaiah Burse WR LAC 9 9.56
Damiere Byrd WR CAR 11 9.78
Kasen Williams WR SEA 6 9.64
Corey Fuller WR NO 5 9.27
Bryce Treggs WR PHI 10 9.53
Jeff Janis WR GB 8 9.2
Nick Williams WR MIA 11 9.04
Quan Bray WR IND 11 9.22
Robert Davis WR WAS 5 9.2
Darius Jennings WR TEN 8 8.95
Arrelious Benn WR JAC 8 8.89
Kevin Norwood WR NYG 8 8.85
Jake Lampman WR NO 5 8.7
Rashad Greene WR JAC 8 8.89
Neal Sterling WR JAC 8 8.62
David Moore WR SEA 6 8.7
Tevaun Smith WR IND 11 8.5
Donteea Dye WR TB 11 8.43
Moritz Boehringer WR MIN 9 8.3
Paul Turner WR PHI 10 8.17
Kalif Raymond WR DEN 5 8.35
De'Anthony Thomas WR KC 10 7.95
Josh Huff WR TB 11 8.25
Aaron Dobson WR ARI 8 8.25
Walter Powell WR BUF 6 7.94
Maurice Harris WR WAS 5 7.82
Isaac Fruechte WR MIN 9 8.28
Demarcus Ayers WR PIT 9 7.71
Noah Brown WR DAL 6 7.9
Chris Harper WR NYJ 11 7.66
Dwayne Harris WR NYG 8 7.52
Daniel Braverman WR CHI 9 7.8
Quinton Patton WR NYJ 11 7.84
Tommylee Lewis WR NO 5 7.39
Josh Malone WR CIN 6 7.6
Rashad Ross WR BUF 6 7.63
Shane Wynn WR JAC 8 7.63
Wendall Williams WR HOU 7 7.68
Charles Clay TE BUF 6 74.38
Evan Engram TE NYG 8 63.5
Jesse James TE PIT 9 59.48
Jermaine Gresham TE ARI 8 57.94
Dwayne Allen TE NE 9 53.49
Tyler Higbee TE LAR 8 49.95
Vance McDonald TE SF 11 49.84
Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE NYJ 11 47.87
Erik Swoope TE IND 11 47.78
Benjamin Watson TE BAL 10 45.62
Vernon Davis TE WAS 5 45.43
Ryan Griffin TE HOU 7 41.18
Mychal Rivera TE JAC 8 38.89
Gerald Everett TE LAR 8 37.29
Virgil Green TE DEN 5 37.53
Josh Hill TE NO 5 34.68
Clive Walford TE OAK 10 33.97
Garrett Celek TE SF 11 32.9
Seth DeValve TE CLE 9 32.63
Will Tye TE NYG 8 32.67
Xavier Grimble TE PIT 9 32.39
George Kittle TE SF 11 30.79
Richard Rodgers TE GB 8 30.41
Marcedes Lewis TE JAC 8 29.56
Will Lutz K NO 5 126.9
Graham Gano K CAR 11 125.3
Adam Vinatieri K IND 11 124.6
Sebastian Janikowski K OAK 10 122.8
Dustin Hopkins K WAS 5 122.7
Blair Walsh K SEA 6 122.5
Cairo Santos K KC 10 121.2
Chris Boswell K PIT 9 119.7
Phil Dawson K ARI 8 119.6
Matt Prater K DET 7 119.5
Caleb Sturgis K PHI 10 119.3
Josh Lambo K LAC 9 116.3
Steven Hauschka K BUF 6 116
Randy Bullock K CIN 6 115.7
Brandon McManus K DEN 5 114.4
Kai Forbath K MIN 9 113.4
Nick Novak K HOU 7 112.5
Roberto Aguayo K TB 11 112.3
Jason Myers K JAC 8 112.3
Ryan Succop K TEN 8 110.6
Aldrick Rosas K NYG 8 109.6
Robbie Gould K SF 11 103
Connor Barth K CHI 9 102.6
Andrew Franks K MIA 11 102.3
Mike Nugent K NYG 8 101.3
Chandler Catanzaro K NYJ 11 99.7
Greg Zuerlein K LAR 8 95.7
Denver Broncos DST DEN 5 120.7
Arizona Cardinals DST ARI 8 119.2
Kansas City Chiefs DST KC 10 114.9
Minnesota Vikings DST MIN 9 113.4
Carolina Panthers DST CAR 11 113.2
Seattle Seahawks DST SEA 6 112.8
Houston Texans DST HOU 7 112.5
New England Patriots DST NE 9 112.5
Philadelphia Eagles DST PHI 10 109.4
Pittsburgh Steelers DST PIT 9 109
Tampa Bay Buccaneers DST TB 11 108.6
Jacksonville Jaguars DST JAC 8 107.9
Baltimore Ravens DST BAL 10 107.4
New York Giants DST NYG 8 107.1
Cincinnati Bengals DST CIN 6 106.7
Green Bay Packers DST GB 8 106.1
Los Angeles Rams DST LAR 8 105.1
Tennessee Titans DST TEN 8 104.1
Oakland Raiders DST OAK 10 103.8
Buffalo Bills DST BUF 6 103.9
Los Angeles Chargers DST LAC 9 103.3
Miami Dolphins DST MIA 11 102.4
Washington Redskins DST WAS 5 100.6
Indianapolis Colts DST IND 11 100.5
Dallas Cowboys DST DAL 6 100.7
Atlanta Falcons DST ATL 5 98.7
San Francisco 49ers DST SF 11 93.6
New York Jets DST NYJ 11 92.8
Detroit Lions DST DET 7 92.5
Chicago Bears DST CHI 9 91.2
New Orleans Saints DST NO 5 90.1
Cleveland Browns DST CLE 9 87.6
Rank ADP Profile Link
1.3 1.01 David Johnson
1.8 1.02 Le'Veon Bell
3.7 1.03 Antonio Brown
4.4 1.04 Ezekiel Elliot
5.8 1.05 Odell Beckham Jr.
6.2 1.06 Julio Jones
7.5 1.07 LeSean McCoy
9.5 1.08 A.J. Green
9.9 1.09 Mike Evans
10.1 1.1 Melvin Gordon
11.8 2.01 Jordy Nelson
12.3 2.02 Devonta Freeman
13 2.03 Jay Ajayi
13.9 2.04 Jordan Howard
15.3 2.05 DeMarco Murray
15.4 2.06 Michael Thomas
17.6 2.07 T.Y. Hilton
18.4 2.08 Dez Bryant
20.9 2.09 Todd Gurley
22.6 2.1 Amari Cooper
23.6 3.01 Doug Baldwin
25.4 3.02 Leonard Fournete
25.2 3.03 Lamar Miller
26.3 3.04 Rob Gronkowski
26.7 3.05 Isaiah Crowell
30.3 3.06 DeAndre Hopkins
31.5 3.07 Brandin Cooks
31.5 3.08 Demaryius Thomas
32.9 3.09 Sammy Watkins
33.6 3.1 Aaron Rodgers
34.4 4.01 Allen Robinson
36.3 4.02 Carlos Hyde
36.5 4.03 Alshon Jeffery
37.3 4.04 Tom Brady
37.9 4.05 Travis Kelce
40.5 4.06 Marshawn Lynch
40.7 4.07 Davante Adams
41 4.08 Terrelle Pryor
41.9 4.09 Drew Brees
43.4 4.1 Joe Mixon
42.4 5.01 Ty Montgomery
43.2 5.02 Keenan Allen
46.8 5.03 Michael Crabtree
50.1 5.04 C.J. Anderson
52.1 5.05 Christian McCaffrey
52 5.06 Mark Ingram
52.7 5.07 Golden Tate
53.1 5.08 Spencer Ware
53.8 5.09 Greg Olsen
55.2 5.1 Mike Gillislee
55.6 6.01 Jordan Reed
56.4 6.02 Emmanuel Sanders
58 6.03 Jarvis Landry
60.1 6.04 Dalvin Cook
58.1 6.05 Eddie Lacy
59.2 6.06 Larry Fitzgerald
61.3 6.07 Bilal Powell
61.3 6.08 Tyreek Hill
61.9 6.09 Andrew Luck
62 6.1 Martavis Bryant
63.9 7.01 Julian Edelman
64.6 7.02 Russell Wilson
65.2 7.03 Tevin Coleman
65.5 7.04 Frank Gore
64.4 7.05 Ameer Abdullah
66.6 7.06 Mat Ryan
67.2 7.07 Jamison Crowder
68.4 7.08 Jimmy Graham
70.3 7.09 Paul Perkins
70.6 7.1 Willie Snead
71.1 8.01 Stefon Diggs
72.1 8.02 Donte Moncrief
74.3 8.03 LeGarrete Blount
75.2 8.04 Kelvin Benjamin
75.9 8.05 Tyler Eifert
77.7 8.06 Brandon Marshall
78.7 8.07 Danny Woodhead
79.1 8.08 Kirk Cousins
80.9 8.09 DeSean Jackson
81.6 8.1 Adrian Peterson
84.1 9.01 Marcus Mariota
84.7 9.02 Jameis Winston
85.4 9.03 Doug Martin
86.7 9.04 Pierre Garcon
88.1 9.05 Kyle Rudolph
89 9.06 Cam Newton
88.6 9.07 Eric Decker
90.5 9.08 Delanie Walker
93.5 9.09 Jeremy Maclin
92.8 9.1 Terrance West
96.8 10.01 Devante Parker
96.9 10.02 Derek Carr
97.2 10.03 Tyrell Williams
97.3 10.04 Jonathan Stewart
97.8 10.05 Ben Roethlisberger
98.7 10.06 Derrick Henry
98.9 10.07 Cameron Meredith
98.9 10.08 Dak Prescot
100.7 10.09 Martellus Bennet
101.3 10.1 Kenny Brit
102 11.01 John Brown
102 11.02 Robert Kelley
104.4 11.03 Zach Ertz
104.6 11.04 Philip Rivers
105.1 11.05 Theo Riddick
105.8 11.06 Mathew Stafford
106.5 11.07 Randall Cobb
107.1 11.08 Eric Ebron
107.5 11.09 Mat Forte
109.6 11.1 Samaje Perine
110.4 12.01 Hunter Henry
114 12.02 Kareem Hunt
111.8 12.03 Tyrod Taylor
113.5 12.04 Corey Coleman
115.3 12.05 Mike Wallace
115.4 12.06 Adam Thielen
118.8 12.07 Jordan Mathews
119.7 12.08 Rishard Mathews
119.8 12.09 C.J. Prosise
118.9 12.1 Andy Dalton
122.6 13.01 Jack Doyle
121.6 13.02 Duke Johnson
125 13.03 Corey Davis
123.6 13.05 Eli Manning
129.4 13.06 Marvin Jones
128.3 13.07 Latavius Murray
134.6 13.08 James White
137 13.09 Carson Palmer
137.4 13.1 Jacquizz Rodgers
137.6 14.01 Jeremy Hill
137.5 14.02 Thomas Rawls
144.9 14.03 Ted Ginn
139.6 14.04 Jamaal Charles
139.6 14.05 Carson Wentz
138.4 14.06 Coby Fleener
138 14.08 Blake Bortles
140.5 14.09 Giovani Bernard
142.4 14.1 Darren Sproles
148.7 15.01 Sterling Shepard
143.1 15.02 Jamaal Williams
151.1 15.04 Breshad Perriman
150.2 15.06 Josh Doctson
150 15.07 Tyler Locket
150.6 15.08 Jason Witen
147.7 15.09 Cameron Brate
154.1 15.1 Robert Woods
155.1 16.02 Kenny Stills
155.9 16.03 Kevin White
158.7 16.04 C.J. Fiedorowicz
162.2 16.06 Austin Hooper
158.4 16.07 Julius Thomas
164.1 16.08 Zay Jones
166.6 16.1 J.J. Nelson
165.6 17.01 Antonio Gates
163.4 17.02 Joe Flacco
161.7 17.03 Joe Williams
168.1 17.04 Marqise Lee
167.5 17.05 Alvin Kamara
173.5 17.06 John Ross
173.7 17.08 Taylor Gabriel
171.5 17.09 Dion Lewis
174.5 17.1 Justin Tucker
177.1 18.01 Cole Beasley
174.7 18.02 DeAndre Washington
170.6 18.03 Stephen Gostkowski
172 18.04 Rex Burkhead
172.7 18.05 Marlon Mack
175.6 18.06 Chris Thompson
176.7 18.07 Will Fuller
175 18.08 Sam Bradford
180.1 18.09 Allen Hurns
182 18.1 Jonathan Williams
179.1 19.01 O.J. Howard
179.3 19.02 Alex Smith
182.9 19.03 Charles Sims
192 19.04 Tavon Austin
181.7 19.06 Dan Bailey
187.9 19.07 Shane Vereen
186.9 19.08 Jalen Richard
193.5 19.09 D'Onta Foreman
188.8 19.1 David Njoku
186.7 20.01 Mason Crosby
186.1 20.02 Mat Bryant
196.3 20.04 Mohamed Sanu
192.5 20.05 Brian Hoyer
199.7 20.06 Mike Williams
190.1 20.07 Jared Cook
193.2 20.08 Zach Miller
195.5 20.09 Malcolm Mitchell
196.6 20.1 Devin Funchess
Jay Cutler
Mike Glennon
Jared Goff
Trevor Siemian
Josh McCown
Deshaun Watson
DeShone Kizer
Cody Kessler
Tom Savage
Paxton Lynch
Mitch Trubisky
Mat Moore
Bryce Pety
Christian Hackenberg
Brock Osweiler
Mat Barkley
Sean Mannion
Patrick Mahomes
Teddy Bridgewater
Blaine Gabbert
Brandon Weeden
Kevin Hogan
Landry Jones
Drew Stanton
C.J. Beathard
Scot Tolzien
Derek Anderson
Chad Henne
Mat Cassel
T.J. Yates
Nick Foles
Case Keenum
AJ McCarron
Bret Hundley
Geno Smith
Jimmy Garoppolo
Trevone Boykin
Colt McCoy
Ryan Mallet
Kellen Clemens
Connor Cook
Jake Rudock
Ryan Griffin
Kellen Moore
Ryan Fitzpatrick
Cardale Jones
Mat Schaub
Chase Daniel
Brandon Doughty
Mark Sanchez
Alex Tanney
Josh Johnson
Robert Turbin
T.J. Yeldon
Ryan Mathews
Jerick McKinnon
Darren McFadden
Tim Hightower
Devontae Booker
Damien Williams
Wendell Smallwood
Donnel Pumphrey
James Conner
Zach Zenner
Marcel Reece
Kenyan Drake
Tarik Cohen
Wayne Gallman
Chris Ivory
Kyle Juszczyk
Andre Ellington
Branden Oliver
Elijah McGuire
Jeremy Langford
Mike Tolbert
Kerwynn Williams
Lance Dunbar
Chris Johnson
Alfred Blue
Charcandrick West
Aaron Ripkowski
Aaron Jones
Kenneth Farrow
Fitzgerald Toussaint
Alfred Morris
John Kuhn
Andre Williams
Benny Cunningham
Jeremy McNichols
Brian Hill
Elijah Hood
Javorius Allen
Shaun Draughn
Mat Asiata
Malcolm Brown
Cameron Artis-Payne
Ka'Deem Carey
Jamize Olawale
Kenjon Barner
Andy Janovich
Travaris Cadet
Dwayne Washington
Alex Collins
Brandon Wilds
Fozzy Whitaker
Knile Davis
Lorenzo Taliaferro
Orleans Darkwa
Terron Ward
De'Angelo Henderson
Tyler Ervin
Corey Grant
Devante Mays
Kapri Bibbs
Darrel Young
Mack Brown
Chris Carson
C.J. Spiller
Peyton Barber
Patrick DiMarco
Josh Ferguson
John Crocket
Derek Wat
Khalfani Muhammad
Bobby Rainey
Akeem Hunt
Jalston Fowler
T.J. Logan
Raheem Mostert
Juwan Thompson
Brandon Bolden
Daniel Lasco
Troymaine Pope
Keith Smith
James Develin
Jay Prosch
Taiwan Jones
Dan Vitale
Rod Smith
Anthony Sherman
Roosevelt Nix
Marquez Williams
Jordan Todman
Robby Anderson
Terrance Williams
Chris Conley
ArDarius Stewart
Kenny Golladay
Brandon LaFell
Seth Roberts
Curtis Samuel
Torrey Smith
Chris Hogan
Marquise Goodwin
Tyler Boyd
Eli Rogers
Travis Benjamin
Jermaine Kearse
Cooper Kupp
Phillip Dorset
Kendall Wright
Laquon Treadwell
Jeremy Kerley
Albert Wilson
Markus Wheaton
Adam Humphries
Jaelen Strong
Chris Godwin
Brandon Coleman
Braxton Miller
Charles Johnson
Brice Butler
Carlos Henderson
Paul Richardson
Geronimo Allison
Kamar Aiken
JuJu Smith-Schuster
Marquess Wilson
Dontrelle Inman
Chad Williams
Jaron Brown
Victor Cruz
Nelson Agholor
Andre Ellington
Charone Peake
Andre Holmes
Danny Amendola
Josh Reynolds
Taywan Taylor
Kenny Bell
Rod Streater
Cordarrelle Paterson
Chad Hansen
Dede Westbrook
Russell Shepard
Ricardo Louis
Tajae Sharpe
Justin Hardy
Michael Floyd
Bennie Fowler
Jalin Marshall
Roger Lewis
Aldrick Robinson
Brian Quick
Philly Brown
Pharoh Cooper
Deonte Thompson
Andre Roberts
TJ Jones
Jordan Taylor
Sammie Coates
Vince Mayle
Justin Hunter
Britan Golden
Michael Campanaro
Darrius Heyward-Bey
Demarcus Robinson
Amara Darboh
Josh Bellamy
Chris Moore
Jarius Wright
Jared Abbrederis
Cobi Hamilton
Chester Rogers
Rashard Higgins
Rueben Randle
Chris Mathews
Bradley Marquez
Brandon Tate
Eric Weems
Cody Latimer
Mario Alford
Keshawn Martin
Ryan Grant
Alex Erickson
DeAndre Smelter
Johnny Holton
Tanner McEvoy
Harry Douglas
Jordan Payton
Cody Core
Myles White
DeAndrew White
Leonte Carroo
Jakeem Grant
Tre McBride
Trent Taylor
Trevor Davis
Brenton Bersin
Jonathan Krause
Lucky Whitehead
Javontee Herndon
Freddie Martino
Seantavius Jones
DeAngelo Yancey
Ryan Switzer
Isaiah Burse
Damiere Byrd
Kasen Williams
Corey Fuller
Bryce Treggs
Jeff Janis
Nick Williams
Quan Bray
Robert Davis
Darius Jennings
Arrelious Benn
Kevin Norwood
Jake Lampman
Rashad Greene
Neal Sterling
David Moore
Tevaun Smith
Donteea Dye
Moritz Boehringer
Paul Turner
Kalif Raymond
De'Anthony Thomas
Josh Huff
Aaron Dobson
Walter Powell
Maurice Harris
Isaac Fruechte
Demarcus Ayers
Noah Brown
Chris Harper
Dwayne Harris
Daniel Braverman
Quinton Paton
Tommylee Lewis
Josh Malone
Rashad Ross
Shane Wynn
Wendall Williams
Charles Clay
Evan Engram
Jesse James
Jermaine Gresham
Dwayne Allen
Tyler Higbee
Vance McDonald
Austin Seferian-Jenkins
Erik Swoope
Benjamin Watson
Vernon Davis
Ryan Griffin
Mychal Rivera
Gerald Everet
Virgil Green
Josh Hill
Clive Walford
Garret Celek
Seth DeValve
Will Tye
Xavier Grimble
George Kitle
Richard Rodgers
Marcedes Lewis
Will Lutz
Graham Gano
Adam Vinatieri
Sebastian Janikowski
Dustin Hopkins
Blair Walsh
Cairo Santos
Chris Boswell
Phil Dawson
Mat Prater
Caleb Sturgis
Josh Lambo
Steven Hauschka
Randy Bullock
Brandon McManus
Kai Forbath
Nick Novak
Roberto Aguayo
Jason Myers
Ryan Succop
Aldrick Rosas
Robbie Gould
Connor Barth
Andrew Franks
Mike Nugent
Chandler Catanzaro
Greg Zuerlein
Denver Broncos
Arizona Cardinals
Kansas City Chiefs
Minnesota Vikings
Carolina Panthers
Seatle Seahawks
Houston Texans
New England Patriots
Philadelphia Eagles
Pitsburgh Steelers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Jacksonville Jaguars
Baltimore Ravens
New York Giants
Cincinnati Bengals
Green Bay Packers
Los Angeles Rams
Tennessee Titans
Oakland Raiders
Buffalo Bills
Los Angeles Chargers
Miami Dolphins
Washington Redskins
Indianapolis Colts
Dallas Cowboys
Atlanta Falcons
San Francisco 49ers
New York Jets
Detroit Lions
Chicago Bears
New Orleans Saints
Cleveland Browns
Notes

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McCoy and the Bills running backs enjoyed a massive 2.56 yards before contact in 2016, which was 0.29 yards more than the n
Green was dominating in 2016 before going down with a season-ending injury in Week 11. Throughout the first 10 weeks of the
It's fair to say that Evans' sophomore season with just three touchdowns was an outlier, as he's scored 12 in each of his other t
Despite averaging a mediocre 4.0 yards per carry heading into his Week 14 matchup where he hurt his knee, Gordon was sittin
It's coming to the point in his career where he'll take a turn in the wrong direction, but he didn't show any signs of that in 2016, f
Freeman says he wants to be the highest-paid running back in the NFL, and he's got the chance in a contract year. Despite ran
We mustn't forget that Ajayi wasn't even starting ahead of Arian Foster to start 2016 and was so mad about it that he didn't get
There is concern over his lack of usage in the passing game, as the Bears signed free agent Benny Cunningham and drafted T
It was clear that Murray wore down as the season went on, averaging just 3.5 yards per carry over the final six weeks, after ave
It was quite the rookie campaign for Thomas, totaling 1,137 yards and nine touchdowns in 15 games, and that's despite not bec
Did you know that Hilton led the league in receiving yards last year? He finished with 81 more yards than Odell Beckham Jr., th
He'd be much higher on this list if he didn't have to go up against the Giants twice (held him to two catches for 18 yards on 14 t
Call this as me buying into new head coach Sean McVay's offense, as he's said numerous times that his goal is to make Gurley
The fact that he finished as the No. 12 wide receiver despite catching just five touchdowns and seeing 13 redzone targets says
He's now finished as a top-10 wide receiver in back-to-back seasons, and that was despite Russell Wilson taking a slight step b
You don't draft a running back with the No. 4 overall pick and not play him. Fournette is a special player and even though he isn
Despite getting all the work he possibly could last year, Miller disappointed finishing with the sixth-most carries, but just the 17th
A game-changer at the toughest position to predict. The gap has gotten a tad smaller from what it used to be, but Gronkowski h
What do you get when you mix an average running back with a great offensive line? An RB2, that's Crowell in a nutshell. Most p
Who would've thought that we'd love to have Brian Hoyer back in order to throw to Hopkins? A year after his breakout 1,500-ya
Most players would see their efficiency go up when heading to the Patriots, but coming from the Saints and Drew Brees, it's unl
Last season was the first one since 2011 where Thomas failed to record at least 1,300 yards, as he totaled just 1,083 with Trev
There's most definitely some risk built into Watkins, but here's the silver-lining. If you were to remove the two games that Watkin
He's a machine, plain and simple. Year-over-year Rodgers builds his hall of fame resume, and it translates to fantasy, consideri
Betting on Robinson's talent to shine through, his targets are likely to decrease this year with the acquisition of Leonard Fourne
Don't buy the Joe Williams hype, even if he was hand-picked by the new regime. So was Tevin Coleman, but Devonta Freeman
Battling injuries over the last two seasons where he's played just 22 games, Jeffery hasn't been the same without Marc Trestma
While everyone else tries to figure out who he'll will throw to and which running back will get the majority of the carries, just take
It's possible that the Chiefs finally figured out how to use Kelce, as he totaled 8.2 targets per game over the final 10 games of th
I understand the want to love Lynch in Oakland â€" great running back behind a great offensive line, and the plodding Latavius
From Week 4 on last season, the only wide receivers to outscore Adams were: Odell Beckham Jr., Jordy Nelson, Antonio Brown
He impressed stat-wise in his first full year at wide receiver, but he also saw 140 targets, which ranked 12th among wide receiv
Just a bit outside of the top-tier of quarterbacks, Brees is still a set-it-and-forget-it quarterback. Much have been made of his roa
If we get clarity on Mixon being the starter and workhorse out of the gate, he's going to move up on this list. His talent wasn't ev
Despite them drafting two running backs, Montgomery likely isn't going anywhere. He offers something in the passing game bot
In 27 career games with 10 or less targets, Allen has averaged just 3.96 receptions and 49.2 yards per game, compared to the
There's a good possibility that Crabtree regresses this season, as he scored 55.7 of his 150 fantasy points on just 23 redzone t
Anderson has averaged a massive 4.56 yards per carry in his career, while those around him over the last couple of years have
I have my questions about McCaffrey, but when a team spends a top-10 pick on a running back, they're going to use him. He's
Despite playing in a clear timeshare last year where he failed to see more than 18 carries in all but one game, Ingram finished a
After starting the year as a droppable fantasy asset, Tate totaled 943 yards and four touchdowns over the final 11 games in 201
There are plenty of rumors coming out of camp that Kareem Hunt could lead the Chiefs backfield, though I'm not buying it just y
Call him boring, but he's been a top-four tight end for each of the last three years and hasn't finished outside of the top-eight sin
If there's been one thing Gillislee has been very good at, it's running the football, and particularly well at the goal-line. Over the
The only remaining players Kirk Cousins will have in the offense from last year are Reed and Jamison Crowder. One of them is
Did you know he's now 30-years-old? He's also the No. 2 receiver on a team that wants to run the ball more in 2017. His year w
Surely lower than most, I'm expecting Devante Parker to take a step forward in 2017. After averaging nine targets per game ove
When the Vikings signed Latavius Murray, most thought they were likely done addressing the position. But once they signed him
All weight jokes aside, Lacy has always been a bigger guy, but that didn't stop him from finishing as the No. 6 running back in b
Entering what is likely his last NFL season, Fitzgerald has now put up back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons with Carson Palmer be
We really want to get confirmation that he's going to be the starter, but all signs point to that being the case. He totaled 411 yard
I can understand moving Hill up your list if you draft on upside alone, though I'm expecting massive regression with Hill. Not onl
The last of the quarterbacks you should consider in the top-40 players, Luck is a player who can throw for 5,000 yards and 40 t
Don't sleep on how good Bryant was when on the field, as eight of his 21 career games have netted 14 or more standard fantas
When the Patriots traded for Brandin Cooks, I was legitimately concerned about Edelman's role going forward. That was until th
Despite playing on one leg for a majority of the season, Wilson still managed to finish as a QB1 in 2016. If you were to get into
Still feels too high for a backup running back who just lost one of the best offensive coordinators in football, but he does offer sp
We don't know how long he'll hold onto the job, seeing as he has averaged just 3.8 yards per carry since coming to the Colts. H
It's been a disappointing career thus far, but the Lions didn't add a goal-line back via free agency or the draft, which tells me tha
Some may say this is too low, but Ryan isn't going to repeat his 7.1 percent touchdown rate, as his previous career-high was 5.
I wanted to put Crowder higher in my rankings, but without knocking Terrelle Pryor into low-end WR3 territory, it wasn't happenin
I'm likely lower than most, but Graham really struggled down the stretch, even with Russell Wilson coming on. After totaling 89 o
After the Giants passed on all free agent running backs, it appears to be the Perkins show in New York. He was better than per
He's been under-the-radar this off-season, despite the trade that sent Brandin Cooks away. While they play different roles, the a
It was an injury-plagued year for Diggs in 2016, as he was either OUT or on the injury report 10 times. When he played through
Over the last two seasons, there have been just four games in which both Andrew Luck and Moncrief played in where they didn
I'm not buying another double-digit touchdown season from Blount, as he's almost 31-years-old and was very mediocre outside
He's finished inside the top-20 wide receivers in both seasons he's played, but it's hard to feel confident in him, knowing that he
Now has 18 touchdowns over the last two seasons despite playing in just 21 games and being targeted 121 times. No player ha
If you want to take away targets from Odell Beckham Jr. in order to get Marshall into WR2 territory, you can take that venture, b
It's tough to figure out where Woodhead fits in at this point of his career, but he's going to be fantasy-relevant out of necessity. T
Since 2014, here is the list of quarterbacks who've thrown for more yards per attempt than Kirk Cousins (min. 600 attempts): Be
He'll be drafted much higher than this, but Jackson is going to find it tough to crack the top-30 with Mike Evans on the other sid
Most have dubbed him as dead at this point in his career, though I'm not sure that's the case. The problem, however, is that Ma
It's hard not to take notice as to what the Titans have done this off-season, precisely in their attempts to get Mariota more weap
Everything that has happened this off-season for the Bucs, has happened because they want Winston to have all the tools to su
Coming back to a team with Mike Evans, DeSean Jackson, O.J. Howard, and Chris Godwin will be a welcoming sight for Martin
One of my favorite targets in season-long leagues, Garcon is going to give you what you pay for. The last season he played und
People left the bandwagon too early on him, myself included. But when you see the chemistry between him and Sam Bradford,
He's now finished as the QB17 in two of his last three seasons, and the Panthers want to take away the thing that creates his fa
It's unclear as to what is going on with Decker right now, but as of now, we have to assume he's on the team. He's played with s
Going from seeing 133 targets in 2015, to just 102 last season is quite the difference for a tight end. The additions of Rishard M
In what was probably the best move for his fantasy value, Maclin was released by the Chiefs only to be picked up by the Raven
With the news of Dixon being out for the year, West skyrockets up draft boards. There is always the chance that the Ravens wo
This could be a steal if the hype surrounding him this off-season turns out to be true. The coaches questioned him publicly last
As good as Carr looks at times, he's been very volatile as a fantasy option. Carr turned heads with his 35.8 point performance a
Just one year after finishing as the No. 13 wide receiver, there are plenty of question marks surrounding Williams. Not only is K
It's been a roller coaster of an off-season for Stewart, as he had his contract extended, but then witnessed his team select two r
When I initially did my rankings, Roethlisberger was ranked as my No. 12 quarterback, but something big has happened since t
It shouldn't shock you if Henry takes over as the lead-dog in the Titans backfield, as he's in his prime, while Murray is on the wr
Despite catching passes from the same quarterbacks and seeing essentially the same number of targets, Meredith finished with
Was the No. 6 quarterback last year on a points per game basis if you were to remove Week 17 when he was pulled after one s
While the Packers offense doesn't necessarily target the tight end position that much, Bennett was someone who they went out
Some are calling Britt a steal where he's being drafted, but I'd say that he's right where he should be. Did you know that he had
There are a lot of people sleeping on the No. 21 wide receiver from just two years ago, and that was with a younger Larry Fitzg
Most remember Kelley for his Monday night performance against the Packers in Week 11 where he finished with 137 yards and
After banging on the table that Ertz is volume dependent for the last two years, fantasy players will start to see why this season
A brutal start to his schedule will likely prevent Rivers from reaching the heights that most have set for him. He'll have to play th
With Ameer Abdullah coming back, look for Riddick to go back to his change-of-pace role that he had in 2015, where he totaled
Stafford finished as the No. 7 quarterback in 2016, but his totals were nothing to write home about, especially over the final 10 g
If you're going to bet on any player to bounce back from a bad season, bet on a player who has Aaron Rodgers throwing him th
Despite missing three games last year, Ebron finished with the eighth-most yards among tight ends. Had he continued on the s
It was one of those situations, where Forte lost his job while trying to deal with an injury last year. Some have said that Powell w
This is based on pure assumption that Perine gets the starting job by Week 4. If he gets named the starter in the preseason, Pe
I get it, he finished as the No. 11 tight end in his rookie season. He also saw just 53 targets despite Keenan Allen, Travis Benjam
There is a lot of talk in the fantasy community about the Chiefs and the future of their running back position, and rightfully so, as
Finished as the QB7 on a point per game basis in 2016, and was after finishing as the QB8 in 2015. He continues to be one of
Drafted to be a game-changer, Coleman will look to get back on track after an injury-filled rookie season where we saw glimpse
The Ravens likely held onto his contract because they didn't have another receiver to step up and command 100-plus targets th
Despite the fact that I'm a huge Stefon Diggs fan, one cannot escape the fact that Thielen saw 20 fewer targets, yet finished wit
Going from one side of the spectrum to the other, Matthews went from the clear-cut No. 1 receiver in his offense, to what now m
He's not going to just disappear now that Corey Davis is in town, but he was due for touchdown regression regardless. There w
We were only able to see 47 touches for the rookie in 2016, but they were extremely impressive, netting 380 total yards and a t
Most don't know that Dalton has finished as a top-12 fantasy quarterback in three of the last five years, including a No. 4 finish
Despite playing alongside Dwayne Allen and with a less-than-100-percent Andrew Luck, Doyle was able to finish as the No. 13
You don't have to draft Johnson in this spot to get him, as his ADP is currently 13.11 as the 174th player off the board. Not only
He's an amazing talent and one that should be a force in the league for years to come, but it's a rare scenario in which a rookie
The last time Manning had a season like the one he did in 2016, was 2013 when he threw for just 3,818 yards, 18 touchdowns,
Just how good was Marvin Jones' start to 2016? Good enough that despite totaling just 448 yards and two touchdowns over the
Despite finishing as the No. 13 running back in 2016, Murray wasn't very good, hence the reason the Raiders let him walk to sig
The "should have been" Super Bowl MVP has been underrated this off-season, but not by the people that matter most. The Pat
It's pretty obvious that Palmer's 2015 season was an outlier in what's been a mediocre career. Despite throwing 60 more passe
Rodgers saw a huge load of carries when Martin was down last year and the same thing could happen in the first three weeks o
After averaging 5.1 yards per carry in an impressive rookie campaign, Hill never regained that form, averaging just 3.67 yards p
After averaging 5.6 yards per carry in his rookie season, Rawls just didn't look the same returning from his ankle surgery, avera
It's quite possible that Ginn moves up the rankings if we see him in two wide receiver sets for the Saints. While Cam Newton's a
Sadly, this may be the end for J.C. He hasn't really 'played' in a year-and-a-half, and when he did, he wasn't the same player. A
Wentz is a popular breakout candidate among the fantasy community, but nothing about his 2016 season suggests that, as he
Most don't realize that Fleener finished as the No. 12 fantasy tight end last year, despite playing what seemed to be his worst y
Yes, he was horrid last season on film, but did you know he outscored Russell Wilson and Jameis Winston? Everyone is now ca
It's getting more and more likely that Bernard isn't ready for the start of the 2017 season, which would give rookie Joe Mixon a c
Over the last three seasons while in Philadelphia, Sproles has finished with 716, 705, and 865 total yards. Pretty consistent, rig
There were 41 players who saw at least 100 targets in 2016, and just four scored more touchdowns on a per-target basis: Dava
Williams is a running back built for a workhorse role, as evidenced by his seven games with 24 or more carries with BYU last ye
As discussed earlier in this article, the Ravens threw the ball more than any other team in 2016 and they lost 151 of their target
Don't forget that Doctson was the No. 1 pick for the Redskins last year and that head coach Jay Gruden compared him to A.J. G
Lockett's career may essentially be over, but it is worth remembering that he was Tyreek Hill just 18 months ago. Should he end
Boring, sure, but Witten hasn't finished outside the top-14 at his position since 2003, his rookie year. Looking at the Cowboys sc
Don't be scared off by the fact that the Bucs drafted O.J. Howard and to a lesser extent, Chris Godwin. Sure, Howard is a great
He was extremely inefficient in his time with the Bills, but he did flash in a few games last season, leading the Rams to pony up
It'd be natural to expect a regression for Stills, as most are expecting Devante Parker to come out of his shell this year, but the
It's been an incredibly disappointing start to White's career, but the Bears are going to give him every opportunity to live up to h
Fiedorowicz is by no means the most talented tight end or in anywhere near the best situation, but he does have opportunity on
Expecting him to get more snaps/targets, Hooper was extremely efficient with his looks last year. Despite seeing more than thre
Going back to play with Adam Gase has a lot of fantasy owners expecting big things, but Thomas needs to stay on the field bef
Was a target-hog in college and posted video game numbers because of it. He'll operate over the middle of the field for the Bills

I'll be the first to admit that we all might have the 37-year-old Gates too low on our lists, but everything is going against him here
Flacco threw an absurd 672 passes last season and added Danny Woodhead and Jeremy Maclin this off-season. He is a virtua
There are all kinds of reports flying around that Carlos Hyde doesn't fit the 49ers offense and that the staff loves Joe Williams. T
It's hard to argue with the Lee supporters about his 2016 campaign which netted just 32 fewer yards and three touchdowns tha
The Saints backfield has been top-five in fantasy points over the last five years, so when looking at a running back like Kamara
Ross is one of the receivers who falls victim to the small, fast wide receiver prejudice. The crazy part is that he's much more tha
There was a lot of splash plays for Gabriel in 2016, but expecting that to continue may be a recipe for disaster. Matt Ryan's touc

A solid bye week filler in PPR leagues, Beasley finished as a WR3 in 7 of 16 games last year, but he lacks any ceiling. He now
This time last year, most thought that Washington could be one of the biggest steals in drafts. The odd part about him falling do

There were plenty of fantasy players going overboard in their love for Burkhead after he totaled 119 yards and two touchdowns
If you're looking for a high-upside pick towards the end of your draft, Mack fits the bill. He is lightning-in-a-bottle, while Frank Go
While some argue about Robert Kelley and Samaje Perine until they're blue in the face, Thompson continues to be looked over
After what was a great start to his career, totaling nine receptions for 211 yards and a touchdown in his first two NFL games, Fu
Bradford was extremely accurate last season and this is the first time in his career he'll have the same offensive coordinator in b
When Hurns came onto the scene in 2014, everyone was surprised when he posted over 100 yards and two touchdowns in We
Last season, the Bills offensive-line was by far the most efficient in the NFL and wouldn't you know it, they led the NFL with 28 r
Labeled as the most pro-ready tight end to come out of the NFL Draft in a long time, Howard landed on a Bucs team that appar
Smith hasn't thrown double-digit interceptions since 2010, but that doesn't count for much. What does count, is that he has nev
One of the most unpredictable players of the last three years, Sims has averaged just 2.8 and 2.9 yards per carry in two of thre
Tavon will always be a high upside streamer from week to week, but unless McVay uses him in a completely different way, he s

Landing behind Lamar Miller may have been the best thing for someone like Foreman, as Miller seems to be a player who is be
It's rare for a rookie tight end to make an impact, but if there's one to bet on this year, it's Njoku. Immediately after drafting him,

His first year in Atlanta was a mixed bag, and while he was injured throughout some of it, waiver addition Taylor Gabriel made a
Hoyer hasn't been bad when he plays, but he's got little in the way of help in this 49ers offense and isn't guaranteed the starting
With the news coming out about a bulging disc in his back, it's hard to trust the rookie, even if he was the No. 7 overall pick. The

Miller missed 6 weeks last season, but in terms of points per game, he outscored both Martellus Bennett and Eric Ebron, who a
The Patriots just have too many weapons to start Mitchell from week to week. He may have some big weeks here and there, bu
There are a lot of people doubting Kelvin Benjamin this off-season, but they aren't thinking about what that'd mean for the rest o

If Glennon can indeed hold of Trubisky for the starting role, he has some decent pieces to work with on offense. With that being
Goff was a nightmare last season as he was incapable of doing anything behind that abysmal line with no receivers to pass to.
Lynch is breathing down his neck and the schedule is a nightmare to begin the season, so don't expect much this season from
McCown should enter the season as the starting QB, but with Decker and Marshall now gone, there isn't much hope that he ca
As it stands now, Savage should be the Week 1 starter. That doesn't change the fact that Watson is the most polished rookie Q

Kessler is a game manager in a miserable offense who's #1 receiver is Kenny Britt. Make of that what you will, but I don't consi
With it sounding more and more like Zeke will miss multiple games due to suspension, it is time that we take full advantage of R
Walking into what is arguably the best handcuff in all of fantasy football, Conner is worth a bench spot in fantasy leagues. Over

Apparently, Paul Perkins has a big lead in the running back battle, if there is one at all, but based on talent alone, Gallman migh
With Enunwa now out for the season, Anderson is expected to step up as the top receiving option for the Jets. While they will b
Alex Smith has never supported two fantasy wide receivers, but Chris Conley is a special athletic specimen who could change

While Samuel isn't yet expected to see more touches than Devin Funchess, it is worth noting that he was one of the most electr

The wide receiver who Steve Smith said would've been the No. 1 on his board in this year's draft. Going to play with Jared Goff
Dorsett was quite efficient when Luck actually looked his way last season, but at this point, it appears he will be buried behind e

The Vikings have made it clear that they expect Treadwell to be their #3 wide receiver, which means we could see a breakout, b
Labeling him as a sleeper feels right, as most don't realize Clay totaled 209 yards and four touchdowns in his final three games
If you're unaware of what type of tight end Engram is, I'll tell you this... He's a wide receiver with a tight end tag, similar to the w
James was not impressive last season, but the Steelers did cut LaDarius Green to make him the starter this year. When you co
Most seemed to miss the fact that Gresham finished the year posting at least 32 yards in 8 of 9 games, including four games in
Allen might not be the same quality of player as Martellus Bennett, but the fact that the Pats' backup tight end (who played injur
was 0.29 yards more than the next highest team. With Mike Gillislee now in New England, McCoy should keep his high workload, even with
ughout the first 10 weeks of the season, Green was the No. 4 fantasy receiver and on pace for over 1,700 yards and seven touchdowns. In
scored 12 in each of his other two seasons. Had he scored his usual 12 touchdowns in 2015, he would have finished as the No. 7 wide rec
hurt his knee, Gordon was sitting as the No. 3 fantasy running back. The Chargers have one of the most difficult passing schedules in the le
how any signs of that in 2016, finishing with 14 touchdowns. His yardage did slip to the lowest it's been since 2010 (sans injured 2012), and
e in a contract year. Despite ranking 13th in carries last year, Freeman totaled the sixth-most fantasy points among running backs. After stru
mad about it that he didn't get to participate in Week 1. He played out of his mind for a few weeks, but against any defense that wasn't in th
nny Cunningham and drafted Tarik Cohen, who are both pass-game specialists. He finished second in the NFL in rushing yards, so you hav
ver the final six weeks, after averaging 4.87 over the first 10 weeks. There was just one game all season in which he didn't touch the ball at
ames, and that's despite not becoming a full-time player until Week 3. In his 13 games as a starter, Thomas went on a 16-game pace of 101
ards than Odell Beckham Jr., though he scored just six touchdowns, which is the reason he's further down draft boards. It's now four straigh
wo catches for 18 yards on 14 targets last year), Josh Norman twice, Broncos, Cardinals, Falcons, and Seahawks. The Cowboys don't have
s that his goal is to make Gurley as good as he can be. They added one of the best left tackles in the game this off-season with Andrew Wh
seeing 13 redzone targets says something about his potential. His efficiency spiked in his second year with Derek Carr and Michael Crabtre
sell Wilson taking a slight step back last year, though it was likely injury-related. His target numbers have gone up four straight seasons, as
l player and even though he isn't a great receiver, the work will be there for him. I recently did a study on coaching changes and the effect t
h-most carries, but just the 17th most fantasy points among running backs. He misses two games, but the workload was there. The Texans
it used to be, but Gronkowski had given you back-to-back 1,100-yard seasons before getting injured in 2016. He gives you an advantage w
at's Crowell in a nutshell. Most point to his yards per carry (4.8) being great last year, but he totaled 48 percent of his rushing yards on just 1
ear after his breakout 1,500-yard season, Hopkins totaled just 954 yards on 151 targets. Those who have high hopes for him are likely dep
Saints and Drew Brees, it's unlikely. In a recent study I did, the Saints wide receivers have totaled 24 WR1 performances over the last thre
s he totaled just 1,083 with Trevor Siemian under center. The Broncos have added Carlos Henderson to the wide receiving corps, giving ano
move the two games that Watkins played at the start of the 2016 season (foot was still hurting), here are his last 14 games with Tyrod Taylor
translates to fantasy, considering he's finished as the No. 1 or No. 2 quarterback in seven of nine seasons (was also No. 1 before getting h
e acquisition of Leonard Fournette, as well as a beefed-up defense. Despite having the exact same number of targets in each of the last two
Coleman, but Devonta Freeman was the better player who got the bulk of the work. Hyde has broken 75 tackles over the last two years on j
the same without Marc Trestman. If he's going to live up to his mid-third-round ADP, he's going to have to score double-digit touchdowns.
majority of the carries, just take Brady and enjoy your points.
me over the final 10 games of the season, after averaging just 5.9 targets per game over the first 38 games of his career. He finished as the
line, and the plodding Latavius Murray scored 12 touchdowns last year, so why can't the bruising Lynch. He's been out of football for a year
Jr., Jordy Nelson, Antonio Brown, and Mike Evans. That is it. Nelson will be playing at age-32 this season.
anked 12th among wide receivers. During his time as the starting quarterback, Kirk Cousins has not targeted any wide receiver more than
Much have been made of his road splits, but he is simply ‘less great' on the road. Over the last two years on the road he averages 297 pa
on this list. His talent wasn't ever the question, and if Gio Bernard isn't completely healthy by the start of the season, Mixon could provide R
mething in the passing game both Jamaal Williams and Aaron Jones don't, wide receiver skills. His 5.1 yards after contact was the best in th
rds per game, compared to the 11 games where he's seen 11 or more targets and averaged 10.36 receptions and 117.8 yards per game. W
tasy points on just 23 redzone targets in 2016. That was a far cry from his 13.8 points on 13 targets in 2015.
ver the last couple of years have totaled a measly 3.90 yards per carry with the team. The Broncos beefed up their offensive line this off-sea
, they're going to use him. He's worth more in PPR formats considering his receiving abilities, but you're also relying on Cam Newton to star
but one game, Ingram finished as the No. 10 running back. Sure, Peterson is going to steal some work, probably slightly more than Tim Hig
s over the final 11 games in 2016, which was good enough to be the No. 10 wide receiver in that span. The Lions lost Anquan Boldin and re
d, though I'm not buying it just yet. Ware's struggles as the season went on coincided with their top run-blocking guard Parker Ehinger. War
shed outside of the top-eight since 2011. The concern is that he was just the No. 14 tight end from Week 8 through Week 17.
y well at the goal-line. Over the last two seasons he's totaled 151.2 fantasy points on 148 carries. Yeah, and now he's going to an offense w
mison Crowder. One of them is 6'2†, 243 pounds, and a monster in the endzone. His health is always the concern, which is why he's a f
he ball more in 2017. His year was very up-and-down in 2016 and you should expect more of the same in 2017.
aging nine targets per game over the first 36 games of his career, Landry averaged just 7.1 targets over the final 12 games under Adam Ga
osition. But once they signed him, he had foot surgery, leading the Vikings to trade up and draft Cook. Playing behind one of the worst offen
g as the No. 6 running back in back-to-back seasons to start his career. The offensive line is a problem, but it was also a problem in Green B
seasons with Carson Palmer behind center. They added Chad Williams via the draft, but he needs time to develop. The only competition he
ng the case. He totaled 411 yards on 82 carries (5.01 YPC) over the last four games of 2016 and was the No. 2 running back over that time
sive regression with Hill. Not only did he score three special teams touchdowns, but he also scored nine rushing/receiving touchdowns on ju
n throw for 5,000 yards and 40 touchdowns. Prior to hurting his shoulder, Luck threw for 4,761 yards and 40 touchdowns, so we weren't far
etted 14 or more standard fantasy points, including four of them with 20 or more. The Steelers just cut Ladarius Green, freeing up even more
going forward. That was until they extended him for another two years. You can't expect anywhere near the 9.7 targets per game that he's
in 2016. If you were to get into his game log, you'd see that he was a different quarterback over the second-half of the season, finishing as
in football, but he does offer splash potential. Had just two games with more than 58 rushing yards in 2016, and touchdowns regression is
rry since coming to the Colts. He's also scored just 10 touchdowns on the ground, leading them to use Robert Turbin in goal-line situations
y or the draft, which tells me that Abdullah will get the first crack at the starting job. Theo Riddick also had surgery on both of his wrists, whic
his previous career-high was 5.2 percent. His yards per attempt was also 1.8 yards more than his previous career-high. Regression is comi
WR3 territory, it wasn't happening. Crowder scored as many touchdowns as DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon combined last year (7), bu
on coming on. After totaling 89 or more yards in four of the first eight games, Graham failed to top 67 yards the remainder of the season. He
w York. He was better than perceived at the end of 2016, and will now be on the field with Odell Beckham Jr., Brandon Marshall, Sterling S
le they play different roles, the absence of Cooks clears up 120-plus targets. He may have had the quietest top-35 season ever in 2016. Did
times. When he played through injuries, he totaled just 4.0 receptions and 37.3 yards per game. When he was off the injury report, he avera
ncrief played in where they didn't connect for a touchdown. Luck is finally healthy and Moncrief is entering a contract-year.
and was very mediocre outside of his time in New England. You thought Ryan Mathews was frustrating under Doug Pederson? Good luck
onfident in him, knowing that he's had weight issues for the second-straight off-season. The additions of Christian McCaffrey and Curtis Sam
argeted 121 times. No player has a higher touchdown rate over the last two seasons, including Rob Gronkowski. If it appears he'll start the
ory, you can take that venture, but I won't be on it. He's entering his age-34 season and he just came off a season where he saw 128 targets
tasy-relevant out of necessity. The Ravens threw the ball more than any other team in the NFL last year, with the running backs seeing 142
Cousins (min. 600 attempts): Ben Roethlisberger and Matt Ryan. That's it. While he did lose Desean Jackson and Pierre Garcon, they attem
ith Mike Evans on the other side of the field. This was a better real-life football signing than it was for fantasy purposes. He'll turn 31-years-o
he problem, however, is that Mark Ingram is likely better than him at this moment. He should see something similar to the role Tim Hightowe
mpts to get Mariota more weapons. Not only did they draft Corey Davis and Taywan Taylor, they also went out and signed Eric Decker to a
Winston to have all the tools to succeed. It would have been nice to see them build up the offensive line a bit, but really good wide receivers
be a welcoming sight for Martin, who only has three games left on his suspension. We've seen a hit-or-miss Martin over his career, but he h
. The last season he played under Kyle Shanahan was 2013 when he led the NFL in targets with 182 of them. The 49ers paid him a lot of m
etween him and Sam Bradford, you should be buying in. He saw a position-high 132 targets last year, including 8.7 per game once offensiv
way the thing that creates his fantasy points, running the ball. Not only did they extend Jonathan Stewart, but they drafted Christian McCaff
on the team. He's played with some horrid quarterbacks during his career, yet he's totaled at least 962 yards or eight touchdowns in every
end. The additions of Rishard Matthews and Tajae Sharpe proved to be enough to decrease his workload, but now they've added two even
ly to be picked up by the Ravens just a few days later. It's rare for the Chiefs to total more than 500 pass attempts, while the Ravens led the
the chance that the Ravens would be unsatisfied with West as a starter and go acquire a better back, but until then, West must be drafted i
es questioned him publicly last year, but have gone out of their way to praise him this off-season, going all-in on the third-year receiver. The
ith his 35.8 point performance against the Buccaneers last year, but in his other 14 games, Carr was very mediocre. He totaled just 16.6 po
ounding Williams. Not only is Keenan Allen returning from injury, but the Chargers surprised everyone by drafting Mike Williams with the No
witnessed his team select two running backs with their first two picks. While Curtis Samuel isn't a traditional running back, he will get carrie
ething big has happened since that time. Martavis Bryant was reinstated. He's played 19 career games with Bryant, averaging 337 yards an
prime, while Murray is on the wrong side of 29. Henry averaged 4.96 yards per carry with four touchdowns over the final five weeks, while M
of targets, Meredith finished with 67 more yards and two more touchdowns than Alshon Jeffery last year. He suffered a broken thumb during
when he was pulled after one series. There were only four quarterbacks who were QB1's in 68.8 percent of their games last year: Tom Bra
was someone who they went out and paid good money to acquire. The projections aren't this high on him, but there's massive upside if they
d be. Did you know that he had never totaled more than 775 yards in any one season before 2016? Or how about the fact that he has reco
was with a younger Larry Fitzgerald and redzone threat Michael Floyd. All-in-all, he played less than 40 snaps per game in 2016 due to his
e he finished with 137 yards and three touchdowns, but they must've missed what ensued after that game. In the final six games of the seas
will start to see why this season. After seeing over 300 targets the last three seasons (was one of just four tight ends who saw at least 100 t
set for him. He'll have to play the Broncos twice, Chiefs, Giants, Raiders, Patriots, and Jaguars in the first nine games. His numbers have fa
e had in 2015, where he totaled over 600 yards receiving, but failed to top seven carries in any game. He's essentially the Darren Sproles o
out, especially over the final 10 games. After throwing three or more touchdowns in four of their first six games, Stafford didn't have a single
Aaron Rodgers throwing him the football. Cobb has finished as a top-12 wide receiver (points per game) twice in his career, and still showe
nds. Had he continued on the same pace for all 16 games, he would have only trailed Travis Kelce, Greg Olsen, and Jimmy Graham. With A
r. Some have said that Powell was playing because Forte was hurt, but that wasn't the case over the final two weeks. Considering what the
the starter in the preseason, Perine would be moved into the 50-60 overall pick range. Perine can do everything Rob Kelley can do on first
pite Keenan Allen, Travis Benjamin, Antonio Gates, and Melvin Gordon being hurt at times during the year. That was also before Mike Willia
ack position, and rightfully so, as Andy Reid continually produces top-tier fantasy running backs. Spencer Ware wore down as the season w
015. He continues to be one of the most under-appreciated players in all of fantasy. The Bills went out and spent a high-2nd-round pick in o
season where we saw glimpses of the player he could be. Kenny Britt will command targets, sure, but nowhere close to the 140 that Terrel
nd command 100-plus targets this season, and they didn't draft one either. Wallace has finished as a top-28 wide receiver in seven of his eig
20 fewer targets, yet finished with 64 more yards and two more touchdowns. Once Diggs moved into the slot, Thielen started to do most of h
er in his offense, to what now might be the No. 3 option. Not that he isn't talented, but he didn't live up to the expectations, leading the Eagl
regression regardless. There were just two wide receivers with more than 100 targets who caught more touchdowns on a per target basis,
, netting 380 total yards and a touchdown. The concern is that the Seahawks brought in Eddie Lacy, as they were clearly unhappy with the
years, including a No. 4 finish in 2013. He's got some issues on the offensive line, but he also has the best receiving options he's ever had
was able to finish as the No. 13 tight end last year, yet his ADP is currently in the 13th round as the 16th tight end off the board. If Doyle isn'
h player off the board. Not only will Johnson have borderline flex-value while playing second-fiddle to Isaiah Crowell, but he'd be an RB1 if C
rare scenario in which a rookie comes in at wide receiver to dominate right away. Settling him in the WR3 range is the most likely of scenar
st 3,818 yards, 18 touchdowns, and 27 interceptions. What he did the following two seasons was near pro-bowl caliber, averaging just over
ds and two touchdowns over the final 12 weeks, that he still finished as a top-40 wide receiver. His 482 yards and two touchdowns over the
n the Raiders let him walk to sign a 31-year-old retired running back. Going from the Raiders offensive line that's ranked top-three in the NF
eople that matter most. The Patriots extended him this off-season and paid him more than any other running back on the roster. He was the
Despite throwing 60 more passes in 2016, he finished with 438 fewer yards and nine fewer touchdowns. It didn't help that John Brown was i
happen in the first three weeks of the season, but Charles Sims will be battling him for carries now too so try to keep the expectations more
orm, averaging just 3.67 yards per carry over the last two seasons. When looking at small sample sizes, things get dicey, but Hill has had ple
ng from his ankle surgery, averaging just 3.2 yards per carry. He's someone who continually works his way up my draft board, as he is repor
e Saints. While Cam Newton's arm fit his skill-set, he's now got one of the best deep ball quarterbacks in the league throwing to him. Ginn is
d, he wasn't the same player. After attempting to return from his second torn ACL, Charles wound up having to get both of his knees cleane
16 season suggests that, as he got worse as the season went on. After competing 67.4 percent of his passes for 7.5 yards per attempt with
what seemed to be his worst year as a professional. While it was a down year for the tight end position as a whole, it just goes to show how
is Winston? Everyone is now calling his QB #5 performance from 2015 a fluke, but bare in mind, he played with an injured shoulder all of la
would give rookie Joe Mixon a clear leg-up on the receiving duties for the Bengals. He's also coming back from a torn ACL, which could tak
otal yards. Pretty consistent, right? I'd say the first two are the likeliest of scenarios, because the increase last year was out of necessity wit
wns on a per-target basis: Davante Adams, Jordy Nelson, Rishard Matthews, and Antonio Brown. Not too bad for a rookie, right? The additi
or more carries with BYU last year. While Ty Montgomery may be a fine converted running back, Williams was built to carry a load. Williams
and they lost 151 of their targets to wide receivers this off-season (Steve Smith and Kamar Aiken). Perriman may never live up to the expec
Gruden compared him to A.J. Green. All reports coming back from OTA's were positive and beat reporters are saying that he'll attempt to ta
t 18 months ago. Should he end up healthy, we could see a top 25 wide receiver explode back onto the scene.
year. Looking at the Cowboys schedule, it looks better for him than it does for Dez Bryant, who will see a lot of the league's top-tier cornerba
odwin. Sure, Howard is a great tight end prospect, but rookie tight ends rarely perform, and the fact is, Brate was #1 in the NFL in yards pe
n, leading the Rams to pony up some dough this offseason. It'll be interesting to see how they use him after drafting slot receiver Cooper Ku
ut of his shell this year, but the Dolphins did spend a lot of money to keep Stills in place. He also happened to get better as the year went o
every opportunity to live up to his draft spot in 2017. They're concerned about his health and whether or not it has affected his speed in and
but he does have opportunity on his side. His 89 targets last season was top 10 at the position and 12 of those were in the red zone which i
. Despite seeing more than three targets just three times, he rattled off six games with at least 41 yards and/or a touchdown. The Falcons d
as needs to stay on the field before anything. There are plenty of other targets in the offense that it's hard to see him seeing more than 4-5 t
he middle of the field for the Bills and would see a massive bump in targets if Sammy Watkins were to have any setbacks. He's one of the ro

ything is going against him here. They not only drafted his replacement Hunter Henry last year, but he proved to be ready to take over the m
in this off-season. He is a virtual lock to toss for another 4,000+ yards, and is a good bet to see a positive bump in TD% which should help
at the staff loves Joe Williams. That may be true, but Hyde is still one of the most talented running backs in the NFL and will no doubt start t
ards and three touchdowns than his teammate Allen Robinson, and that's despite seeing 46 targets less than him. Lee was actually drafted
g at a running back like Kamara this late in drafts, it should get you excited. He's immediately the best receiving option out of the backfield, w
part is that he's much more than that, though he may not get to showcase his talents in year-one. The Bengals offensive line is a problem,
pe for disaster. Matt Ryan's touchdown rate was north of 7 percent in 2016, which was almost double of what it's been in previous years. Ga

ut he lacks any ceiling. He now also has competition on the roster with rookie Ryan Switzer, who is nearly a clone of Beasley.
he odd part about him falling down draft boards is that he actually played really well in his rookie season, averaging 5.4 yards per carry, and

119 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries in the final week of 2016, saying he was the best free agent running back on the market. Sign
ning-in-a-bottle, while Frank Gore and Robert Turbin are more like a light drizzle at this point in time. If he gets the opportunity to start at an
son continues to be looked over. Most don't realize that Thompson finished as the No. 28 running back in PPR leagues last year, and that w
n in his first two NFL games, Fuller was almost non-existent over the remainder of the season, totaling just 36 receptions for 426 yards and
same offensive coordinator in back to back seasons. His receiving core, offensive line and running game should all be improved as well, so
ards and two touchdowns in Week 1. He was wildly inconsistent that season, but really came on in 2015 when Bortles finished as the No. 4
ow it, they led the NFL with 28 rushing touchdowns. Now that Gillislee is gone, it should be Williams' turn to step into double-digit goal-line o
ded on a Bucs team that apparently still wants to use last year's breakout tight end Cameron Brate. He'll get snaps, but on a team with so m
t does count, is that he has never thrown 520 times in any season, he stopped running and has nothing close to a #1 WR.
.9 yards per carry in two of three seasons, but looked like a different player in between when he averaged 4.9 yards per carry in 2015 and a
a completely different way, he should go undrafted in most standard leagues.

seems to be a player who is best suited for a timeshare. Foreman is also a bigger back who could see goal-line duties right away, as Miller
Immediately after drafting him, the Browns cut Gary Barnidge, leaving only Njoku and sophomore Seth DeValve on the roster. He's not muc

addition Taylor Gabriel made an even bigger impact. Sanu totaled 10.7 or more fantasy points in three of his first eight games with the team
and isn't guaranteed the starting gig.
e was the No. 7 overall pick. The Chargers don't need to rush it with him, as they have plenty of other options in the passing game.

Bennett and Eric Ebron, who are being drafted as TE1s. The Bears' tight end was phenomenal to close the 2015 season as well so don't s
me big weeks here and there, but unless someone gets injured, he is hardly worth owning.
t what that'd mean for the rest of the offense, and in particular, Funchess. Not only did Benjamin struggle down the stretch, but both Ted Gin

with on offense. With that being said, his upside is limited as the team is built to run the ball.
ne with no receivers to pass to. They made enough changes this off-season that we should get a glimpse of who Goff is, but it was so ugly t
expect much this season from the low-ceiling QB.
here isn't much hope that he can produce as even a low-end QB2.
n is the most polished rookie QB and would be throwing to DeAndre Hopkins should he step into the role mid-season.

t what you will, but I don't consider him anywhere near a QB2.
that we take full advantage of Run DMC's low ADP. With two or three starts behind that offensive line, he is worth considering once you get
h spot in fantasy leagues. Over the last two years, there have been three running backs to start for the Steelers. Le'Veon Bell averaged 26.

d on talent alone, Gallman might have the upper hand and it is only a matter of time before the Giants' coaching staff notices that and plugs
on for the Jets. While they will be playing most games from behind, the QB situation is not ideal so his upside is limited to a WR3.
c specimen who could change that narrative with this year's opportunity. He is well worth a lottery ticket and should Maholmes take over, Co

at he was one of the most electric receivers and runners in college and should he get a larger opportunity, he could be a breakout rookie.

t. Going to play with Jared Goff may be one of the best things, as he needs a receiver who can run the routes over the middle of the field a
pears he will be buried behind even Kamar Aiken in the depth chart. He has significant potential should an injury occur to Hilton, however.

eans we could see a breakout, but unless Diggs or Thielen ends up injured, he won't be startable even as a flex.
hdowns in his final three games with Tyrod Taylor. All of those games took place in the fantasy playoffs, which is why I figured there'd be mo
a tight end tag, similar to the way Aaron Hernandez was with the Patriots. When watching Engram, he looks similar to Jordan Matthews, a
e starter this year. When you consider that Pittsburgh will score 400+ points, you have to believe James will get his hand on 5+ scores if he
games, including four games in a row with 40 or more yards. It's not going to win you a week or anything, but at a position that you'll someti
ckup tight end (who played injured all season) finished #7 among TEs in fantasy points last season should tell you plenty. Gronk has injury r
d keep his high workload, even with a new coaching staff in tow, as well as get a bit more goal-line work.
0 yards and seven touchdowns. In the years he played all 16 games, his finishes are WR4, WR4, and WR7. Stay healthy, A.J.
have finished as the No. 7 wide receiver. Combine that with his No. 1 finish last year and No. 10 finish in 2014, and you have a safe first-rou
difficult passing schedules in the league, but also have receivers to pull defenders out of the box. Gordon should build on his 2016 season.
ince 2010 (sans injured 2012), and it'll likely continue to do so, but you can bank on double-digit touchdowns.
nts among running backs. After struggling a bit out of the gate, Freeman went on to score eight touchdowns in the final six regular season g
gainst any defense that wasn't in the bottom-eight, he struggled. Some offensive line issues contributed to that, but expectations should be
he NFL in rushing yards, so you have to give him the benefit of the doubt, but there is some risk.
in which he didn't touch the ball at least 16 times, so he should still be a low-end RB1 by default.
as went on a 16-game pace of 101/1,259/11. Brandin Cooks is gone and Ted Ginn is the only wide receiver they replaced him with. Thomas
n draft boards. It's now four straight 1,000-yard seasons for Hilton and Andrew Luck should finally be healthy this season.
eahawks. The Cowboys don't have a legit No. 2 receiver to take attention away from Bryant, but despite that, he still slides in as my No. 10
me this off-season with Andrew Whitworth, which definitely doesn't hurt. He's not the player you thought he was, but he's going to get 300-pl
th Derek Carr and Michael Crabtree will be on the wrong side of 30 when the season starts.
gone up four straight seasons, as have the Seahawks pass attempts. They are attempting to get their run-game going again, but Baldwin is
coaching changes and the effect they have on pass/run games. Everything is going in Fournette's favor.
e workload was there. The Texans spent a third-round pick to acquire D'Onta Foreman, which adds concern to that workload hanging aroun
2016. He gives you an advantage whenever he's in the lineup and is worth the risk.
ercent of his rushing yards on just 16 carries. Their offensive line may just be the best in the NFL at this point, making him an intriguing optio
e high hopes for him are likely depending on rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson taking over in fast order.
R1 performances over the last three years, compared to 17 for the Patriots. He'll have WR1 weeks, but he'll be frustrating to own.
he wide receiving corps, giving another playmaker who'll garner targets. Thomas is a solid third-round pick, though he lacks the upside I'm l
his last 14 games with Tyrod Taylor: 110 targets, 67 receptions, 1,236 yards, 9 touchdowns. If you were to carry that pace over 16 games, it
ns (was also No. 1 before getting hurt in 2013) since taking over for Brett Favre. There's so much uncertainty around this part of the ranking
ber of targets in each of the last two seasons, Robinson finished with a 517 yard and eight touchdown difference in 2016. There is built-in ris
tackles over the last two years on just 370 touches and is one of the most elusive backs in the game. His 3.1 yards after contact last year ra
o score double-digit touchdowns.

es of his career. He finished as the No. 1 tight end while scoring just four touchdowns. There's still room to grow.
He's been out of football for a year and a half, not rehabbing an injury, but building homes in Haiti. He's 31-years-old, so keep expectations

eted any wide receiver more than 6.9 times per game, which would equivalate to 110 over a full season. It's hard to see him finishing better
ars on the road he averages 297 passing yards, 1.73 touchdowns, and 0.93 interceptions, or 17.9 fantasy points per game. That average ov
the season, Mixon could provide RB1 value.
rds after contact was the best in the NFL last year, though the sample size was small.
tions and 117.8 yards per game. With all the mouths to feed, it's hard to see him getting more than 10 in many games.

d up their offensive line this off-season via free agency (Former Cowboys guard Ron Leary) as well as using their first-round pick on tackle
also relying on Cam Newton to start throwing to running backs. There's risk here, but there's also upside.
robably slightly more than Tim Hightower did. But getting him here as the 20th running back off the board is a steal.
he Lions lost Anquan Boldin and replaced him with a late third-round rookie.
locking guard Parker Ehinger. Ware over the last two years: 286 carries for 1,325 yards (4.63 YPC) and 11 total touchdowns. We'll re-visit th
8 through Week 17.
and now he's going to an offense where the guy he's replacing led the league with 72 redzone carries. Nobody else had more than 59. Ther
the concern, which is why he's a fifth-round pick instead of a third or fourth.

he final 12 games under Adam Gase. He's somewhat safe in PPR leagues, but there's not a whole lot of upside here.
aying behind one of the worst offensive lines in football will be tough for anyone, but look for them to give Cook every opportunity to win the
ut it was also a problem in Green Bay, as the Packers running backs averaged a league-low 1.0 yards before contact in 2016. We're just lo
o develop. The only competition he has for targets over the middle of the field is David Johnson. Fitzgerald was also sixth in redzone targets
No. 2 running back over that time, behind only Le'Veon Bell.
ushing/receiving touchdowns on just 85 offensive touches (one every 9.4 touches). No receiver with more than 45 receptions scored a touc
40 touchdowns, so we weren't far off. His weapons are arguably as good as they've ever been.
darius Green, freeing up even more targets than initially thought.
the 9.7 targets per game that he's seen over the last four years, but he's obviously part of their plans. He was never a touchdown scorer, so
nd-half of the season, finishing as the No. 4 quarterback from Week 9 through Week 17.
016, and touchdowns regression is all but certain.
obert Turbin in goal-line situations last year. They also drafted Marlon Mack, who could supplant Gore at any time.
d surgery on both of his wrists, which could potentially lead to more work in the passing game.
us career-high. Regression is coming for Matty Ice.
Garcon combined last year (7), but still saw fewer targets than the both of them. Love the player, not necessarily the situation.
ds the remainder of the season. He's still a solid pick, just not the top-three pick that he always was.
m Jr., Brandon Marshall, Sterling Shepard, and Evan Engram. He's going to see some light defensive fronts in a high-scoring offense.
est top-35 season ever in 2016. Did you know he finished with more fantasy points than DeAndre Hopkins?
e was off the injury report, he averaged 9.3 receptions and 107.0 yards per game.
g a contract-year.
under Doug Pederson? Good luck with Blount.
Christian McCaffrey and Curtis Samuel will likely eat up some of the shorter targets that used to go to him.
nkowski. If it appears he'll start the season healthy, he'll move up this list.
a season where he saw 128 targets, yet finished as the No. 52 receiver. The last time someone saw more than 120 targets and finished out
with the running backs seeing 142 of them, which was tied for the second-most in the league. He's an excellent pick in PPR leagues.
kson and Pierre Garcon, they attempted to right that by acquiring Terrelle Pryor. He'll also get last year's first-round pick Josh Doctson on th
tasy purposes. He'll turn 31-years-old at the end of the season.
ng similar to the role Tim Hightower had the last few years, making him a touchdown-dependent flex play.
nt out and signed Eric Decker to a one-year contract. If Mariota disappoints, it won't be because of the talent around him.
bit, but really good wide receivers can help make up for that. He's finished inside the top 16 quarterbacks each of his first two seasons, and
miss Martin over his career, but he has finished as a top-three running back twice. He could be a steal at this point.
them. The 49ers paid him a lot of money to come there, and he's legitimately their only starting-caliber receiver.
cluding 8.7 per game once offensive coordinator Pat Shurmer took over. Keep in mind that he finished as the No. 3 tight end, while both Ada
, but they drafted Christian McCaffrey with a top-eight pick, and took hybrid running back/wide receiver Curtis Samuel in the second-round.
ards or eight touchdowns in every season he's been a starter, as well as finishing as a top-36 receiver.
d, but now they've added two even better players in Corey Davis and Taywan Taylor. He'll also be 33-years-old before the season starts.
attempts, while the Ravens led the NFL with 678 pass attempts last year. They also lost Steve Smith, whose role now belongs to Maclin. O
ut until then, West must be drafted in the top 40 based on expected touches alone.
ll-in on the third-year receiver. There were glimpses last year, when he had five games with 79 or more yards, despite seeing more than se
y mediocre. He totaled just 16.6 points per game in all other games, which would have ranked 17th among quarterbacks last year. His sche
drafting Mike Williams with the No. 7 pick in the draft. Competition for targets is the key here, and by the Chargers actions, they'll be hard t
nal running back, he will get carries. And to spend a top-eight pick on a running back says a lot how they feel about their current situation. I
ith Bryant, averaging 337 yards and 2.11 touchdowns in those games. You have to deal with his road struggles, but his home games will wi
s over the final five weeks, while Murray averaged just 3.5 yards per carry and scored one touchdown over his final six games.
He suffered a broken thumb during OTA's which could derail his ascension up the depth chart, as he's out until training camp. There is plen
t of their games last year: Tom Brady, Matt Ryan, Aaron Rodgers, and Prescott (that includes his Week 17 game). My biggest concern is his
but there's massive upside if they do change things up a bit.
ow about the fact that he has recorded more than five touchdowns just once in his career? Now he's going to a team that's got Corey Colem
snaps per game in 2016 due to his sickle cell trait, but it's now under control. Steal of drafts right now.
e. In the final six games of the season, Kelley averaged just 3.33 yards per carry on 84 carries with two touchdowns. He averaged just 8.05
r tight ends who saw at least 100 targets in each of the last two seasons), Ertz's best finish sits as the No. 8 tight end in 2016, when it was
t nine games. His numbers have fallen off after Week 8 in the three past seasons, so keep your expectations for him realistic.
's essentially the Darren Sproles of the Lions offense, but younger.
ames, Stafford didn't have a single game with more than two touchdowns the rest of the season. He turned into somewhat of a game manag
twice in his career, and still showed flashes despite struggling to play through injuries for much of the year. Jordy Nelson is 32-years-old an
Olsen, and Jimmy Graham. With Anquan Boldin gone, it frees up plenty of targets for both him and Marvin Jones in the red-zone. He could
l two weeks. Considering what the Jets are paying Forte, he's going to have a role, but you can't expect too much out of a soon-to-be 32-ye
erything Rob Kelley can do on first and second-down even better, and he can actually catch the ball. Stay tuned.
r. That was also before Mike Williams was drafted at No. 7 overall. Unless Henry scores a touchdown every 6.6 targets like he did last year,
Ware wore down as the season went on, but had been one of the strengths of their offense prior to the last few weeks in the 2016 season.
d spent a high-2nd-round pick in order to snag wide receiver Zay Jones, giving him a legitimate threat opposite Sammy Watkins, who is no
owhere close to the 140 that Terrelle Pryor saw last year. It shouldn't shock you if Coleman finishes as a top-24 wide receiver in 2017.
28 wide receiver in seven of his eight seasons and is in a good position to do the same in 2017.
slot, Thielen started to do most of his damage, including his 202-yard, two touchdown performance in Week 16 against the Packers. He's st
the expectations, leading the Eagles to acquire both Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith in free agency. He finished top-24 in each of his first t
touchdowns on a per target basis, Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams. They both have Aaron Rodgers throwing to them.
hey were clearly unhappy with the health of their running backs last year. With the versatility that Prosise offers, it shouldn't shock anyone if
est receiving options he's ever had, and it's really not all that close.
ight end off the board. If Doyle isn't in your top-12 tight ends, you should be expecting big things from Erik Swoope.
iah Crowell, but he'd be an RB1 if Crowell were to miss time. Johnson's talent is the reason he was drafted in the seventh-round last year, n
3 range is the most likely of scenarios.
o-bowl caliber, averaging just over 4,400 yards and 33 touchdowns. The additions of Brandon Marshall and Evan Engram should only help
ards and two touchdowns over the first four games were good enough to be the No. 3 receiver, behind only Julio Jones and Antonio Brown.
ne that's ranked top-three in the NFL to the Vikings offensive line that ranks among the five worst was already a problem, but then he had fo
ning back on the roster. He was the only player who finished in the top-36 last year without seeing at least 110 touches. If his role grows, as
t didn't help that John Brown was injured for a majority of the season and that Michael Floyd turned bad. They added Chad Williams in the N
try to keep the expectations more realistic. There is, however, a chance that Martin slips up and then you have a full-time starter on your ha
hings get dicey, but Hill has had plenty of time to showcase his abilities, as he garnered 222 carries in 2016 and 223 carries in 2015. Joe M
y up my draft board, as he is reportedly looking more and more like his 2015-self. If that's the case, he could be one of the steals at the end
the league throwing to him. Ginn is a fantastic bench player to draft, and once he has a big week, sell high, as he won't carry much week-to
ing to get both of his knees cleaned out towards the end of last season. He's still not participating in OTA's, so it's very likely that Devontae
sses for 7.5 yards per attempt with seven touchdowns and one interception in his first four NFL starts, Wentz trended downward. Over the n
as a whole, it just goes to show how unpredictable the position is. When you have Drew Brees throwing to you, it's hard to say that many ot
ed with an injured shoulder all of last year and we saw just how much that wrecked even Andrew Luck. Bortles is due for a bounceback sea
k from a torn ACL, which could take some time for him to regain his form. A player who's offered little upside since coming into the league, h
e last year was out of necessity with Ryan Mathews shelved. The addition of LeGarrette Blount will also take away a few scoring opportuniti
o bad for a rookie, right? The additions of Brandon Marshall and Evan Engram cloud his outlook, but he just might surprise people who take
s was built to carry a load. Williams is a dark horse candidate to be 2017's version of Jordan Howard.
man may never live up to the expectations some set for him, but he may be a WR3 on volume alone in 2017.
rs are saying that he'll attempt to take over the Pierre Garcon role. This would be great news, as Garcon has seen 111 and 114 targets ove

lot of the league's top-tier cornerbacks. If you're looking for a low-upside, though safe option at an extremely volatile position, Witten is the
rate was #1 in the NFL in yards per route run so there is reason to believe he will again be an large part of the Bucs' offense.
ter drafting slot receiver Cooper Kupp at the start of the third round.
ed to get better as the year went on in 2016, finishing with 9.5 or more standard fantasy points in seven of the last 10 games. He's a volatile
not it has affected his speed in and out of his breaks, but as long as he's on the field, he'll be targeted by Mike Glennon. If he plays all 16 ga
those were in the red zone which is more than AJ Green, Julio Jones and Brandin Cooks.
and/or a touchdown. The Falcons didn't re-sign Jacob Tamme, showing confidence in the rookie going forward.
to see him seeing more than 4-5 targets per week. Did you know that there were just six games he finished with more than 28 yards while
ve any setbacks. He's one of the rookies that will have a role out of neccessity.

oved to be ready to take over the main role. Gates is likely coming back to secure the all-time record for touchdowns among tight ends, as
e bump in TD% which should help him improve upon his rough QB #20 season from 2016.
in the NFL and will no doubt start the season as the head back and keep the job until he melts down or has an injury.
than him. Lee was actually drafted before Robinson in 2014 but hasn't been able to stay healthy, missing 9 games in his first two years. The
eiving option out of the backfield, which should see an extended role with the Brandin Cooks departure.
engals offensive line is a problem, but Ross will stretch the field for the rest of the passing game options. Expect him to have a few games
what it's been in previous years. Gabriel saw 7 targets that were thrown 20 or more yards in the air, while the rest of the Falcons receivers s

y a clone of Beasley.
averaging 5.4 yards per carry, and showing elusiveness on his receptions. If something were to happen to the 31-year-old Marshawn Lynch

t running back on the market. Signing with New England didn't quiet those who adored him, though the signing of Mike Gillislee did, as did
e gets the opportunity to start at any point in the season, you can pencil Mack in as an RB2, regardless of opponent. The offense is built for
PPR leagues last year, and that was with Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson on the roster. His role can actually grow despite the addition
st 36 receptions for 426 yards and one touchdown. Tom Savage won't help and Deshaun Watson doesn't have a strong arm to get the ball
e should all be improved as well, so don't be surprised when he improves upon his QB #22 performance from 2016.
when Bortles finished as the No. 4 quarterback. While Bortles declined, so did Hurns. Not just that, but Marqise Lee made a name for himse
to step into double-digit goal-line opportunities and plenty of carries in the run-heavy scheme.
get snaps, but on a team with so many targets in the passing game, it's better to just pass in year-one.
close to a #1 WR.
d 4.9 yards per carry in 2015 and added 51 receptions for 561 yards and four touchdowns under Dirk Koetter. He looks to have lost the bac

oal-line duties right away, as Miller was one of just two running backs to score fewer than six rushing touchdowns with at least 215 carries (
DeValve on the roster. He's not much of a blocker just yet, so he should be running a lot of routes when he is on the field.

f his first eight games with the team, but failed to score more than 9.2 points the remainder of the season. Gabriel is in for some regression

ions in the passing game.

the 2015 season as well so don't sleep on him as a potential surprise piece this season.

e down the stretch, but both Ted Ginn and Corey Brown left via free agency, freeing up 148 targets in the offense. While most think rookies w

e of who Goff is, but it was so ugly that you shouldn't get your hops up.

e mid-season.
is worth considering once you get into the double-digit rounds. Should Elliott end up injured, we are talking about a near-certain RB1 and h
teelers. Le'Veon Bell averaged 26.3 touches per game, DeAngelo Williams averaged 22.8, and even Fitzgerald Toussaint averaged 18.0. T

oaching staff notices that and plugs him in for enough carries to warrant owning.
side is limited to a WR3.
and should Maholmes take over, Conley could explode onto the scene.

y, he could be a breakout rookie.

outes over the middle of the field and build his confidence. It'll be interesting to see if Robert Woods gets the nudge over him to start the sea
n injury occur to Hilton, however.
which is why I figured there'd be more attention on him in early drafts. If you're looking for an upside tight end late in drafts, Clay could be yo
ooks similar to Jordan Matthews, a big slot receiver. This is an issue because he'll be competing for snaps with sophomore Sterling Shepard
will get his hand on 5+ scores if he stays healthy.
, but at a position that you'll sometimes get zeroes out of, he's a safe bet for top-20 production in any given week.
d tell you plenty. Gronk has injury risk and Brady will find Allen in the end zone. He has TE1 upside and a useful fantasy floor.
R7. Stay healthy, A.J.
2014, and you have a safe first-round pick.
n should build on his 2016 season.

ns in the final six regular season games. With Kyle Shanahan gone, the Falcons may go back to more of a one-back system.
o that, but expectations should be tempered, as there are also injury concerns.

ver they replaced him with. Thomas is going to be a WR1 as long as Brees is under center.
althy this season.
that, he still slides in as my No. 10 receiver.
e was, but he's going to get 300-plus carries.

n-game going again, but Baldwin is who moves the sticks.

ern to that workload hanging around.

oint, making him an intriguing option.

e'll be frustrating to own.
ck, though he lacks the upside I'm looking for.
o carry that pace over 16 games, it would amount to more fantasy points than Antonio Brown scored in 2016.
ainty around this part of the rankings, he's simply a safer pick.
ference in 2016. There is built-in risk.
s 3.1 yards after contact last year ranked fifth among running backs with at least 100 carries.

31-years-old, so keep expectations realistic.

It's hard to see him finishing better than a low-end WR2.
y points per game. That average over 16 games would have been the No. 7 quarterback last year. Not so bad, eh?
many games.

sing their first-round pick on tackle Garrett Bolles. The Broncos paid a lot of money to keep Anderson around last off-season.

11 total touchdowns. We'll re-visit this as the season nears.

obody else had more than 59. There is risk, but it's well worth it.

upside here.
Cook every opportunity to win the starting job, and I suspect he will.
efore contact in 2016. We're just looking for RB2 production at this point of drafts.
d was also sixth in redzone targets last year with 23 of them.

e than 45 receptions scored a touchdown more than one every 10.1 targets in 2016, and that was Davante Adams who catches passes from

was never a touchdown scorer, so it's hard to rely on him as anything more than a low-upside WR3.

cessarily the situation.

nts in a high-scoring offense.

e than 120 targets and finished outside the top 36 was 2014, where both Vincent Jackson and Andre Johnson accomplished that feat. They
xcellent pick in PPR leagues.
first-round pick Josh Doctson on the field, attempting to take over Garcon's role in the offense. It may take time to get acclimated, but Cousi

lent around him.
s each of his first two seasons, and this is the season he takes the leap into the top 12.
the No. 3 tight end, while both Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs got theirs.
Curtis Samuel in the second-round. In the 11 games after his concussion last year, Newton ran the ball just 61 times for 212 yards and three

s-old before the season starts.
hose role now belongs to Maclin. Over his time with the Ravens, Smith totaled 8.32 targets per game. If Maclin takes over that role and sees

ards, despite seeing more than seven targets just three times.
ng quarterbacks last year. His schedule is among the worst in football and they just brought in Marshawn Lynch to steal some touchdowns.
Chargers actions, they'll be hard to come by for last year's breakout receiver. He still offers plenty of upside later in drafts.
feel about their current situation. It's hard to see Stewart finish with more than 120 carries this season and he doesn't catch passes, so we
uggles, but his home games will win you weeks.
er his final six games.
ut until training camp. There is plenty of risk considering the Bears signing Victor Cruz, Kendall Wright, and Marcus Wheaton, but we also kn
7 game). My biggest concern is his schedule.

ng to a team that's got Corey Coleman, an up-and-coming phenom, and David Njoku, the top tight end prospect on some analysts boards.

ouchdowns. He averaged just 8.05 fantasy points per game in that stretch, leading the Redskins to go out and snag Samaje Perine in the N
o. 8 tight end in 2016, when it was a really low scoring year for the position as a whole. After seeing them add Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Sm
ions for him realistic.

ed into somewhat of a game manager, which is good for their team, but not so much for your fantasy team. He scored more than 17 fantasy
ar. Jordy Nelson is 32-years-old and Davante Adams still has a lot to prove.
vin Jones in the red-zone. He could be the tight end drafted outside the top-15 who finishes top-five.
too much out of a soon-to-be 32-year-old running back.

ery 6.6 targets like he did last year, it's unlikely he comes close to his current TE8 ADP.
ast few weeks in the 2016 season. Hunt is likely going to take over backup duties for Charcandrick West, but will have upside for much mor
pposite Sammy Watkins, who is now in a contract year.
top-24 wide receiver in 2017.

eek 16 against the Packers. He's still got a lot to prove, but 2016 was incredibly promising for the former undrafted free agent.
finished top-24 in each of his first two seasons, though volume was a big reason for that. He'll not only be dealing with the competition for ta
owing to them.
offers, it shouldn't shock anyone if he gets 10-12 touches out of the gate. If he can stay healthy, Pete Carroll will find ways to utilize him in t

ed in the seventh-round last year, not because of his situation.

and Evan Engram should only help him get back to that area. If not, this may be the end for the two-time Super Bowl champion.
nly Julio Jones and Antonio Brown. With Anquan Boldin gone, we should see Jones' touchdown total shoot up. There's room for WR2 numb
eady a problem, but then he had foot surgery, and the Vikings traded up to draft Dalvin Cook in the second round. It's likely that Murray has
t 110 touches. If his role grows, as we expect it to, White should be in the running to finish as an RB2 in PPR leagues and a solid RB3 in st
They added Chad Williams in the NFL Draft, but he's an extremely raw receiver. You should expect a slight increase on his 2016 totals, but
u have a full-time starter on your hands here.
016 and 223 carries in 2015. Joe Mixon will come in and steal a lot of work right away, though Hill may still get a majority of the goal-line wor
ould be one of the steals at the end of drafts.
gh, as he won't carry much week-to-week consistency.
A's, so it's very likely that Devontae Booker beats him out for the change-of-pace role behind C.J. Anderson. Even if he sticks, he'll likely ma
entz trended downward. Over the next 12 games, he completed just 61 percent of his throws for 5.9 yards per attempt with nine touchdowns
o you, it's hard to say that many other tight ends have the weekly ceiling that Fleener does. With Brandin Cooks off to New England, someo
Bortles is due for a bounceback season and has immense upside to go with a safe floor thanks to his underrated legs.
side since coming into the league, he's not someone who'll help you win fantasy titles.
ake away a few scoring opportunities, but Sproles also produces for those looking for a low-upside flex option.
ust might surprise people who take a chance on him later in drafts.

has seen 111 and 114 targets over the last two years.

mely volatile position, Witten is the guy for you.
of the Bucs' offense.

of the last 10 games. He's a volatile option, but you can definitely do worse than him for a bye week option.
Mike Glennon. If he plays all 16 games, it's hard to see any scenario where he doesn't see at least 110 targets. If that's the case, he should

hed with more than 28 yards while playing with the Jaguars (span of 21 games)?

touchdowns among tight ends, as he needs just one more to break the record.

as an injury.
g 9 games in his first two years. There may be something here, and if you think there is, you'll need to move Allen Robinson down your list.

Expect him to have a few games that make you want more, but it's unlikely he's a weekly contributor in 2017.
the rest of the Falcons receivers saw 45 of those targets. Gabriel scored 3 touchdowns, which was equal to everyone else's combined. Re

to the 31-year-old Marshawn Lynch, Washington might just turn out to be one of the biggest steals in 2017 drafts.

igning of Mike Gillislee did, as did the extension for James White. Burkhead may be talented, but he's buried on a team that will use a differ
f opponent. The offense is built for a player like him, and it's what they've been missing over the last few years, a running back who can ma
n actually grow despite the addition of Perine.
t have a strong arm to get the ball downfield. Fuller is going to struggle without a quarterback who can throw the ball deep.

Marqise Lee made a name for himself. In games with Lee on the field over his career, Hurns averaged 1.4 fewer targets per game. Keep in m

etter. He looks to have lost the backup job to Jacquizz Rodgers, but if he wasn't healthy for all of last season, there may still be hope. He sh

chdowns with at least 215 carries (Frank Gore was the other).
e is on the field.

n. Gabriel is in for some regression, so maybe Sanu winds up on the receiving end of that.

offense. While most think rookies will make up for most of that, Funchess himself has caught nine touchdowns on just 121 career targets an
ng about a near-certain RB1 and his price should reflect that.
gerald Toussaint averaged 18.0. They are one of the few teams that believes in a one-back system and also happen to be one of the highe
the nudge over him to start the season.
end late in drafts, Clay could be your guy.
s with sophomore Sterling Shepard. He also doesn't block well, which doesn't bode well for his ability to stay on the field in 11 personnel.

a useful fantasy floor.
a one-back system.
und last off-season.

nte Adams who catches passes from Aaron Rodgers. Outside of Packers receivers, the next highest was Anquan Boldin at one every 11.9 ta

nson accomplished that feat. They are both out of football at this point.

e time to get acclimated, but Cousins is a back-end QB1.
st 61 times for 212 yards and three touchdowns, a far cry from his 100-plus carry, 600-yard rushing seasons in the past.

Maclin takes over that role and sees 130 targets, he's a steal at his current ADP.

Lynch to steal some touchdowns.
ide later in drafts.
nd he doesn't catch passes, so we're left with non-starter type numbers.

nd Marcus Wheaton, but we also know that there's plenty of upside.

rospect on some analysts boards. But the real story is that he's going to be catching passes from either Cody Kessler, a quarterback who th

t and snag Samaje Perine in the NFL Draft. You shouldn't bet on him to retain the starting job for very long, as he can only contribute on firs
add Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith via free agency, Ertz is going to need to get much more efficient if he wants to finish as a top-12 tight

m. He scored more than 17 fantasy points just twice after Week 6.

but will have upside for much more. It might take a few weeks to reap the full benefits of owning him, though.

undrafted free agent.
e dealing with the competition for targets, but also dealing with the inconsistencies of a young quarterback.

arroll will find ways to utilize him in the passing game.

Super Bowl champion.
ot up. There's room for WR2 numbers in this offense.
nd round. It's likely that Murray has seen his final days of fantasy relevance.
PPR leagues and a solid RB3 in standard leagues.
ght increase on his 2016 totals, but don't expect him to return to 2015 form.

ll get a majority of the goal-line work, as he's scored 29 rushing touchdowns over the last three years, which is tied for the most in the NFL o

on. Even if he sticks, he'll likely max out at 8-10 touches per game.
s per attempt with nine touchdowns and 13 interceptions. The additions of Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith should help, but he needs to sho
Cooks off to New England, someone needs to step up in the passing game, especially over the middle of the field.
errated legs.

argets. If that's the case, he should finish in the WR3/4 range.

ve Allen Robinson down your list.

al to everyone else's combined. Regression is coming to a player who saw just under five targets per game with the Falcons.

uried on a team that will use a different running back every week. He very well could be the new Brandon Bolden. He's a better best-ball targ
years, a running back who can make splash plays.
row the ball deep.

fewer targets per game. Keep in mind that the Jags will be throwing less in 2017 as well.

son, there may still be hope. He should still have a passing down role when Doug Martin returns from suspension, while Rodgers likely won

downs on just 121 career targets and has a healthy 15.7 yards per reception.
also happen to be one of the highest-scoring teams in the league.
tay on the field in 11 personnel.
Anquan Boldin at one every 11.9 targets. Hill is still catching passes from Alex Smith the last I checked, so I'm not betting on his crazy touch
ons in the past.

Cody Kessler, a quarterback who threw just six touchdowns on 195 attempts last year, or DeShone Kizer, a rookie whose college coach said

g, as he can only contribute on first and second down, making the offense predictable.
he wants to finish as a top-12 tight end.
hich is tied for the most in the NFL over that span.

h should help, but he needs to show us that he's capable before investing more.

me with the Falcons.

Bolden. He's a better best-ball target in case he does indeed see 8-10 touches per week.
spension, while Rodgers likely won't.
so I'm not betting on his crazy touchdown per touch ratio happening again.
a rookie whose college coach said that he should still be in college.
RANK PLAYER Team (Bye) Bye POS FFC
1 David Johnson ARI (8)  8 RB1 1
2 Le'Veon Bell PIT (9)  9 RB2 2
3 Ezekiel Elliott DAL (6)  6 RB3 3
4 Antonio Brown PIT (9)  9 WR1 4
5 Julio Jones ATL (5)  5 WR2 5
6 Odell Beckham Jr. NYG (8)  8 WR3 6
7 LeSean McCoy BUF (6)  6 RB4 7
8 Mike Evans TB (11)  11 WR4 9
9 Melvin Gordon LAC (9)  9 RB5 8
10 Devonta Freeman ATL (5)  5 RB6 10
11 A.J. Green CIN (6)  6 WR5 11
12 DeMarco Murray TEN (8)  8 RB7 13
13 Jordy Nelson GB (8)  8 WR6 12
14 Jordan Howard CHI (9)  9 RB8 15
15 Michael Thomas NO (5)  5 WR7 16
16 Jay Ajayi MIA (11)  11 RB9 14
17 Dez Bryant DAL (6)  6 WR8 18
18 Aaron Rodgers GB (8)  8 QB1 24
19 T.Y. Hilton IND (11)  11 WR9 22
20 Leonard Fournette JAC (8)  8 RB10 17
21 Rob Gronkowski NE (9)  9 TE1 20
22 Todd Gurley LAR (8)  8 RB11 19
23 Amari Cooper OAK (10)  10 WR10 23
24 Marshawn Lynch OAK (10)  10 RB12 21
25 Tom Brady NE (9)  9 QB2 28
26 Doug Baldwin SEA (6)  6 WR11 26
27 Lamar Miller HOU (7)  7 RB13 25
28 Brandin Cooks NE (9)  9 WR12 29
29 DeAndre Hopkins HOU (7)  7 WR13 30
30 Isaiah Crowell CLE (9)  9 RB14 27
31 Christian McCaffrey CAR (11)  11 RB15 34
32 Demaryius Thomas DEN (5)  5 WR14 36
33 Alshon Jeffery PHI (10)  10 WR15 39
34 Sammy Watkins BUF (6)  6 WR16 35
35 Joe Mixon CIN (6)  6 RB16 33
36 Allen Robinson JAC (8)  8 WR17 43
37 Terrelle Pryor WAS (5)  5 WR18 31
38 Carlos Hyde SF (11)  11 RB17 42
39 Travis Kelce KC (10)  10 TE2 37
40 Drew Brees NO (5)  5 QB3 44
41 Keenan Allen LAC (9)  9 WR19 40
42 Spencer Ware KC (10)  10 RB18 38
43 Jarvis Landry MIA (11)  11 WR20 53
44 Jordan Reed WAS (5)  5 TE3 52
45 Davante Adams GB (8)  8 WR21 47
46 C.J. Anderson DEN (5)  5 RB19 56
47 Michael Crabtree OAK (10)  10 WR22 50
48 Matt Ryan ATL (5)  5 QB4 59
49 Tyreek Hill KC (10)  10 WR23 45
50 Ty Montgomery GB (8)  8 RB20 32
51 Greg Olsen CAR (11)  11 TE4 55
52 Dalvin Cook MIN (9)  9 RB21 46
53 Andrew Luck IND (11)  11 QB5 71
54 Mark Ingram NO (5)  5 RB22 66
55 Russell Wilson SEA (6)  6 QB6 81
56 Julian Edelman NE (9)  9 WR24 63
57 Jimmy Graham SEA (6)  6 TE5 65
58 Martavis Bryant PIT (9)  9 WR25 48
59 Golden Tate DET (7)  7 WR26 64
60 LeGarrette Blount PHI (10)  10 RB23 54
61 Eddie Lacy SEA (6)  6 RB24 61
62 Ameer Abdullah DET (7)  7 RB25 57
63 Tevin Coleman ATL (5)  5 RB26 68
64 Mike Gillislee NE (9)  9 RB27 41
65 Tyler Eifert CIN (6)  6 TE6 75
66 Emmanuel Sanders DEN (5)  5 WR27 82
67 Adrian Peterson NO (5)  5 RB28 49
68 Stefon Diggs MIN (9)  9 WR28 77
69 Larry Fitzgerald ARI (8)  8 WR29 67
70 Marcus Mariota TEN (8)  8 QB7 100
71 Derek Carr OAK (10)  10 QB8 74
72 Jamison Crowder WAS (5)  5 WR30 70
73 Cam Newton CAR (11)  11 QB9 87
74 Doug Martin TB (11)  11 RB29 51
75 Kelvin Benjamin CAR (11)  11 WR31 62
76 Delanie Walker TEN (8)  8 TE7 84
77 Brandon Marshall NYG (8)  8 WR32 58
78 Frank Gore IND (11)  11 RB30 76
79 Dak Prescott DAL (6)  6 QB10 116
80 Paul Perkins NYG (8)  8 RB31 60
81 Bilal Powell NYJ (11)  11 RB32 69
82 Donte Moncrief IND (11)  11 WR33 78
83 Kirk Cousins WAS (5)  5 QB11 97
84 Willie Snead NO (5)  5 WR34 72
85 Martellus Bennett GB (8)  8 TE8 79
86 Derrick Henry TEN (8)  8 RB33 73
87 Jameis Winston TB (11)  11 QB12 90
88 Kyle Rudolph MIN (9)  9 TE9 102
89 Ben Roethlisberger PIT (9)  9 QB13 95
90 DeSean Jackson TB (11)  11 WR35 85
91 Danny Woodhead BAL (10)  10 RB34 80
92 Eric Decker TEN (8)  8 WR36 93
93 Robert Kelley WAS (5)  5 RB35 94
94 Samaje Perine WAS (5)  5 RB36 83
95 Pierre Garcon SF (11)  11 WR37 88
96 Cameron Meredith CHI (9)  9 WR38 109
97 Hunter Henry LAC (9)  9 TE10 99
98 Kareem Hunt KC (10)  10 RB37 91
99 Randall Cobb GB (8)  8 WR39 101
100 Matthew Stafford DET (7)  7 QB14 122
101 Jonathan Stewart CAR (11)  11 RB38 98
102 Theo Riddick DET (7)  7 RB39 114
103 Jeremy Maclin BAL (10)  10 WR40 89
104 Corey Davis TEN (8)  8 WR41 111
105 Matt Forte NYJ (11)  11 RB40 108
106 Zach Ertz PHI (10)  10 TE11 128
107 Philip Rivers LAC (9)  9 QB15 113
108 Devante Parker MIA (11)  11 WR42 92
109 Latavius Murray MIN (9)  9 RB41 96
110 Corey Coleman CLE (9)  9 WR43 119
111 Stephen Gostkowski NE (9)  9 K1 152
112 O.J. Howard TB (11)  11 TE12 117
113 Jack Doyle IND (11)  11 TE13 139
114 Justin Tucker BAL (10)  10 K2 149
115 John Brown ARI (8)  8 WR44 104
116 C.J. Prosise SEA (6)  6 RB42 127
117 Denver Broncos DST (5)  5 DST1 107
118 Jamaal Charles DEN (5)  5 RB43 103
119 Kansas City Chiefs DST (10)  10 DST2 115
120 Terrance West BAL (10)  10 RB44 86
121 Eli Manning NYG (8)  8 QB16 129
122 Kenny Britt CLE (9)  9 WR45 131
123 Tyrod Taylor BUF (6)  6 QB17 134
124 Adam Thielen MIN (9)  9 WR46 130
125 Tyrell Williams LAC (9)  9 WR47 106
126 Houston Texans DST (7)  7 DST3 112
127 Seattle Seahawks DST (6)  6 DST4 125
128 Matt Bryant ATL (5)  5 K3 167
129 Rishard Matthews TEN (8)  8 WR48 146
130 Eric Ebron DET (7)  7 TE14 144
131 New England Patriots DST (9)  9 DST5 124
132 Jeremy Hill CIN (6)  6 RB45 121
133 Andy Dalton CIN (6)  6 QB18 141
134 Duke Johnson CLE (9)  9 RB46 138
135 James White NE (9)  9 RB47 132
136 Marvin Jones DET (7)  7 WR49 123
137 Minnesota Vikings DST (9)  9 DST6 133
138 Dan Bailey DAL (6)  6 K4 165
139 Carson Wentz PHI (10)  10 QB19 147
140 John Ross CIN (6)  6 WR50 143
141 Thomas Rawls SEA (6)  6 RB48 110
142 Quincy Enunwa NYJ (11)  11 WR51 118
143 Arizona Cardinals DST (8)  8 DST7 137
144 Jacquizz Rodgers TB (11)  11 RB49 105
145 Sterling Shepard NYG (8)  8 WR52 140
146 Jamaal Williams GB (8)  8 RB50 120
147 Mike Wallace BAL (10)  10 WR53 142
148 New York Giants DST (8)  8 DST8 145
149 Joe Williams SF (11)  11 RB51 135
150 Carson Palmer ARI (8)  8 QB20 155
151 Jordan Matthews PHI (10)  10 WR54 136
152 Carolina Panthers DST (11)  11 DST9 158
153 Jason Witten DAL (6)  6 TE15 151
154 Taylor Gabriel ATL (5)  5 WR55 126
155 Kevin White CHI (9)  9 WR56 170
156 Tyler Lockett SEA (6)  6 WR57 179
157 Cairo Santos KC (10)  10 K5 207
158 Josh Doctson WAS (5)  5 WR58 159
159 Jonathan Williams BUF (6)  6 RB52 156
160 Darren Sproles PHI (10)  10 RB53 185
161 Ryan Tannehill MIA (11)  11 QB21 183
162 Steven Hauschka BUF (6)  6 K6 215
163 Deshaun Watson HOU (7)  7 QB22 196
164 Coby Fleener NO (5)  5 TE16 176
165 Antonio Gates LAC (9)  9 TE17 153
166 Marlon Mack IND (11)  11 RB54 148
167 Chandler Catanzaro NYJ (11)  11 K7
168 Cameron Brate TB (11)  11 TE18 162
169 Mason Crosby GB (8)  8 K8 187
170 Graham Gano CAR (11)  11 K9 220
171 Evan Engram NYG (8)  8 TE19 174
172 Zay Jones BUF (6)  6 WR59 150
173 Jared Cook OAK (10)  10 TE20 168
174 Chris Boswell PIT (9)  9 K10 216
175 Ted Ginn NO (5)  5 WR60 154
176 Rex Burkhead NE (9)  9 RB55 177
177 James Conner PIT (9)  9 RB56 163
178 Joe Flacco BAL (10)  10 QB23 205
179 Julius Thomas MIA (11)  11 TE21 171
180 Devontae Booker DEN (5)  5 RB57 164
181 Los Angeles Rams DST (8)  8 DST10 199
182 Alvin Kamara NO (5)  5 RB58 181
183 Austin Hooper ATL (5)  5 TE22 173
184 Will Fuller HOU (7)  7 WR61 193
185 Pittsburgh Steelers DST (9)  9 DST11 212
186 Sam Bradford MIN (9)  9 QB24 197
187 Jacksonville Jaguars DST (8)  8 DST12 178
188 Will Lutz NO (5)  5 K11
189 Adam Vinatieri IND (11)  11 K12 204
190 Giovani Bernard CIN (6)  6 RB59 172
191 Breshad Perriman BAL (10)  10 WR62 203
192 Atlanta Falcons DST (5)  5 DST13 202
193 Jalen Richard OAK (10)  10 RB60
194 Mike Williams LAC (9)  9 WR63
195 Sebastian Janikowski OAK (10)  10 K13 206
196 T.J. Yeldon JAC (8)  8 RB61
197 Cole Beasley DAL (6)  6 WR64 195
198 Brandon McManus DEN (5)  5 K14 217
199 Allen Hurns JAC (8)  8 WR65 194
200 Laquon Treadwell MIN (9)  9 WR66
201 Philadelphia Eagles DST (10)  10 DST14 200
202 Robert Turbin IND (11)  11 RB62 157
203 Chris Thompson WAS (5)  5 RB63
204 Curtis Samuel CAR (11)  11 WR67
205 Ryan Mathews PHI (10)  10 RB64
206 DeAngelo Williams  RB65 160
207 Kenny Stills MIA (11)  11 WR68 209
208 Darren McFadden DAL (6)  6 RB66 161
209 Green Bay Packers DST (8)  8 DST15
210 Tavon Austin LAR (8)  8 WR69 166
211 Malcolm Mitchell NE (9)  9 WR70
212 Vance McDonald SF (11)  11 TE23
213 Wendell Smallwood PHI (10)  10 RB67
214 Oakland Raiders DST (10)  10 DST16 201
215 Dallas Cowboys DST (6)  6 DST17
216 David Njoku CLE (9)  9 TE24 188
217 DeAndre Washington OAK (10)  10 RB68 169
218 J.J. Nelson ARI (8)  8 WR71 189
219 Kenyan Drake MIA (11)  11 RB69
220 Alex Smith KC (10)  10 QB25
221 Mohamed Sanu ATL (5)  5 WR72 184
222 Dion Lewis NE (9)  9 RB70 175
223 Zach Zenner DET (7)  7 RB71
224 Dustin Hopkins WAS (5)  5 K15 218
225 Baltimore Ravens DST (10)  10 DST18 198
226 Blair Walsh SEA (6)  6 K16
227 Marqise Lee JAC (8)  8 WR73
228 Josh Gordon CLE (9)  9 WR74 180
229 Trevor Siemian DEN (5)  5 QB26
230 Jesse James PIT (9)  9 TE25
231 Matt Prater DET (7)  7 K17 214
232 Brandon LaFell CIN (6)  6 WR75
233 Blake Bortles JAC (8)  8 QB27 191
234 Tim Hightower SF (11)  11 RB72 186
235 D'Onta Foreman HOU (7)  7 RB73 190
236 Jeremy McNichols TB (11)  11 RB74
237 Cincinnati Bengals DST (6)  6 DST19
238 Chris Hogan NE (9)  9 WR76
239 Robert Woods LAR (8)  8 WR77 192
240 Chris Ivory JAC (8)  8 RB75
241 Tampa Bay Buccaneers DST (11)  11 DST20
242 Carlos Henderson DEN (5)  5 WR78
243 Danny Amendola NE (9)  9 WR79
244 Aaron Jones GB (8)  8 RB76
245 Chris Conley KC (10)  10 WR80
246 Devin Funchess CAR (11)  11 WR81
247 Buffalo Bills DST (6)  6 DST21 219
248 Miami Dolphins DST (11)  11 DST22
249 Shayne Graham  K18 213
250 Geronimo Allison GB (8)  8 WR82
251 Charles Sims TB (11)  11 RB77
252 Washington Redskins DST (5)  5 DST23
253 Los Angeles Chargers DST (9)  9 DST24 211
254 Donnel Pumphrey PHI (10)  10 RB78
255 Dwayne Allen NE (9)  9 TE26
256 San Francisco 49ers DST (11)  11 DST25
257 Tyler Boyd CIN (6)  6 WR83
258 Matt Barkley SF (11)  11 QB28
259 Tennessee Titans DST (8)  8 DST26
260 Ladarius Green  TE27
261 C.J. Fiedorowicz HOU (7)  7 TE28
262 Nick Novak HOU (7)  7 K19 221
263 Richard Rodgers GB (8)  8 TE29
264 Tajae Sharpe TEN (8)  8 WR84
265 Roberto Aguayo TB (11)  11 K20 210
266 Caleb Sturgis PHI (10)  10 K21
267 Cooper Kupp LAR (8)  8 WR85 208
268 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT (9)  9 WR86
269 Braxton Miller HOU (7)  7 WR87
270 Cleveland Browns DST (9)  9 DST27
271 Daniel Lasco NO (5)  5 RB79
272 Zane Gonzalez CLE (9)  9 K22
273 Aldrick Rosas NYG (8)  8 K23
274 Erik Swoope IND (11)  11 TE30
275 Phil Dawson ARI (8)  8 K24
276 Detroit Lions DST (7)  7 DST28
277 Kai Forbath MIN (9)  9 K25
278 Chicago Bears DST (9)  9 DST29
279 Jeremy Langford CHI (9)  9 RB80
280 Paul Richardson SEA (6)  6 WR88
281 Ryan Switzer DAL (6)  6 WR89
282 Zach Miller CHI (9)  9 TE31
283 Shane Vereen NYG (8)  8 RB81
284 Terrance Williams DAL (6)  6 WR90
285 New Orleans Saints DST (5)  5 DST30
286 Teddy Bridgewater MIN (9)  9 QB29
287 Mitch Trubisky CHI (9)  9 QB30
288 Matt Jones WAS (5)  5 RB82
289 Indianapolis Colts DST (11)  11 DST31
290 Robby Anderson NYJ (11)  11 WR91
291 Victor Cruz CHI (9)  9 WR92
292 Robbie Gould SF (11)  11 K26
293 Kenjon Barner LAC (9)  9 RB83
294 Josh Lambo LAC (9)  9 K27
295 Jermaine Kearse SEA (6)  6 WR93
296 Charcandrick West KC (10)  10 RB84
297 Jake Elliott CIN (6)  6 K28
298 Phillip Dorsett IND (11)  11 WR94
299 Torrey Smith PHI (10)  10 WR95
300 Anquan Boldin  WR96
301 Kamar Aiken IND (11)  11 WR97
302 Tim Tebow  QB31
303 Cody Kessler CLE (9)  9 QB32
304 Alfred Morris DAL (6)  6 RB85
305 Jared Goff LAR (8)  8 QB33
306 Luke Willson SEA (6)  6 TE32
307 Jason Myers JAC (8)  8 K29
308 Ryan Succop TEN (8)  8 K30
309 Charles Clay BUF (6)  6 TE33
310 James Starks  RB86
311 Patrick Mahomes KC (10)  10 QB34
312 Colin Kaepernick  QB35
313 Dontrelle Inman LAC (9)  9 WR98
314 Glenn Gronkowski NE (9)  9 RB87
315 Jerick McKinnon MIN (9)  9 RB88
316 Marquise Goodwin SF (11)  11 WR99
317 Eli Rogers PIT (9)  9 WR100
318 Michael Floyd MIN (9)  9 WR101
319 Travis Benjamin LAC (9)  9 WR102
320 Paxton Lynch DEN (5)  5 QB36
321 Brock Osweiler CLE (9)  9 QB37
322 Nelson Agholor PHI (10)  10 WR103
323 Brian Hoyer SF (11)  11 QB38
324 Tom Savage HOU (7)  7 QB39
325 New York Jets DST (11)  11 DST32
326 Greg Zuerlein LAR (8)  8 K31
327 Damien Williams MIA (11)  11 RB89
328 Mike Glennon CHI (9)  9 QB40
329 Cameron Artis-Payne CAR (11)  11 RB90
330 Shaun Draughn NYG (8)  8 RB91
331 Jeremy Kerley SF (11)  11 WR104
332 Cordarrelle Patterson OAK (10)  10 WR105
333 Vernon Davis WAS (5)  5 TE34
334 Adam Humphries TB (11)  11 WR106
335 Seth Roberts OAK (10)  10 WR107
336 Andrew Franks MIA (11)  11 K32
337 T.J. Logan ARI (8)  8 RB92
338 Virgil Green DEN (5)  5 TE35
339 Austin Seferian-Jenkins NYJ (11)  11 TE36
340 Andre Ellington ARI (8)  8 RB93
341 Nick Folk TB (11)  11 K33
342 Connor Barth CHI (9)  9 K34
343 Matt Asiata DET (7)  7 RB94
NFL FANTRAX AVG
1 1 1
2 2 2
3 3 3
4 4 4
5 6 5.3
6 5 5.7
7 8 7.3
8 7 8
9 9 8.7
11 11 10.7
12 10 11
10 16 13
14 13 13
15 15 15
18 12 15.3
13 19 15.3
16 18 17.3
20 14 19.3
19 17 19.3
23 22 20.7
22 20 20.7
21 23 21
27 21 23.7
17 34 24
25 26 26.3
28 25 26.3
26 28 26.3
24 27 26.7
29 24 27.7
31 39 32.3
30 36 33.3
32 33 33.7
35 32 35.3
45 31 37
34 44 37
40 29 37.3
36 46 37.7
33 38 37.7
37 40 38
39 35 39.3
65 30 45
49 48 45
42 41 45.3
41 45 46
56 37 46.7
38 49 47.7
46 47 47.7
43 43 48.3
47 53 48.3
61 57 50
44 51 50
51 59 52
48 55 58
55 54 58.3
53 42 58.7
62 62 62.3
50 77 64
89 58 65
68 66 66
72 74 66.7
75 65 67
90 56 67.7
86 50 68
83 82 68.7
57 78 70
58 70 70
77 87 71
87 52 72
70 79 72
60 63 74.3
88 61 74.3
95 60 75
59 80 75.3
96 81 76
94 73 76.3
52 94 76.7
97 75 76.7
64 93 77.7
54 64 78
93 84 79
66 102 79
98 67 81
80 72 83
109 71 84
85 91 85
115 69 85.7
110 68 89.3
69 99 90
104 76 91.7
84 110 93
101 107 96
107 96 98.7
106 97 99
118 105 102
105 113 102
122 88 106.3
136 85 106.7
121 109 107
125 95 107
111 89 107.3
114 111 107.7
108 101 107.7
124 112 108.3
112 106 109.7
103 119 110
117 92 112.3
142 83 112.7
163 90 115
120 137 117.7
151 86 118.7
74 132 119.3
144 98 119.7
100 120 119.7
73 141 121
134 131 123
141 104 124
67 87
145 130 126
63 89
166 129 127
149 103 127
127 124 127.3
135 116 128.3
138 118 128.7
175 108 129.7
81 96.5
71 98
78 154 133
130 123 133
123 133 133.3
79 101.5
137 146 134.7
165 100 135.3
153 115 135.3
132 142 135.3
147 138 136
76 104.5
82 169 138.7
156 114 139
154 122 139.7
178 136 141.3
160 147 141.7
91 114
223 126 151.3
169 128 145.7
171 148 146.3
148 149 146.3
99 122
173 151 153
182 125 154
186 143 155
113 135.5
131 197 159.7
188 171 161.7
231 117 172.7
172 139 163.3
92 217 172
229 135 174.3
140 148
128 185 166
199 121 167.7
102 216 177.7
184 127 169
170 167 171
159 206 172.7
165 156.5
116 280 198
157 208 175.7
133 201 173.7
119 219 186
183 168 175
209 178 179
161 242 190.3
129 222 189
187 191 177.3
239 156 190.7
251 170 194.7
203 134 180.7
180 186 179
241 173 192.7
139 169
220 157 186
226 166 188.3
196 152 180.3
140 176
214 144 185
164 171
143 212 177.5
150 194 182.7
197 177 182
222 145 190
146 174
246 150 198
177 175 176
152 252 203.3
263 153 208
174 188 185.7
155 225 199
248 162 201.3
299 155 227
158 179
248 202.5
158 158
218 159 188.5
232 160 196
270 215
201 161 190.3
215 207 194.3
162 162
210 198 191.3
268 163 215.5
164 164
193 174 183.5
167 184
168 168
195 187 190
262 205 212
216 182 195.7
172 172
192 181 186.5
189 214 195.7
202 202 193
176 176
176 213 202.3
181 189.5
179 229 204
252 179 215.5
237 208.5
240 180 210
208 183 195.5
185 200 199.7
260 184 222
207 196 198
254 258 232.7
234 199 207.7
189 189
190 190
191 235 213
270 220 227.3
261 193 227
194 194
195 195
198 273 235.5
203 203
204 204
209 209
204 211.5
213 213
213
215 215
211 223 217
217 217
224 217.5
218 218
206 231 218.5
221 221
221 221
224 224
225 225
227 227
212 243 227.5
219 244 228
228 228
228 228
230 249 229.7
230 230
277 210 231.7
238 226 232
233 233
235 235
238 238
239 239
240 240
241 241
236 247 241.5
242 242
205 281 243
243 243
276 211 243.5
256 232 244
244 244
233 256 244.5
245 246 245.5
227 267 247
247 247
249 249
250 250
254 254
255 255
255 255
237 276 256.5
258 258
259 259
269 250 259.5
259 260 259.5
261 261
287 236 261.5
262 262
273 253 263
263 263
296 234 265
265 265
265 265
280 251 265.5
264 268 266
266 266
267 267
257 279 268
253 286 269.5
271 271
271 271
272 272
272 272
274 274
293 257 275
275 275
277 277
289 266 277.5
278 278 278
288 269 278.5
294 264 279
286 274 280
279 282 280.5
281 281
282 282
283 283
283 283
284 284
284 284
285 285
288 288
285 292 288.5
290 287 288.5
289 289
290 290
291 291
291 291
292 292
293 293
295 295
297 297
298 298
300 300
RANK PLAYER (Team) POS BYE
Tier 1 Tier 1
1 David Johnson ARI  RB1 8
2 Le'Veon Bell PIT  RB2 9
3 Antonio Brown PIT  WR1 9
4 Ezekiel Elliott DAL  RB3 6
Tier 2 Tier 2
5 Odell Beckham Jr. NYG  WR2 8
6 Julio Jones ATL  WR3 5
7 LeSean McCoy BUF  RB4 6
8 A.J. Green CIN  WR4 6
9 Melvin Gordon LAC  RB5 9
10 Mike Evans TB  WR5 11
11 Jordy Nelson GB  WR6 8
12 Devonta Freeman ATL  RB6 5
Tier 3 Tier 3
13 Jay Ajayi MIA  RB7 11
14 Jordan Howard CHI  RB8 9
15 DeMarco Murray TEN  RB9 8
16 Michael Thomas NO  WR7 5
17 T.Y. Hilton IND  WR8 11
18 Dez Bryant DAL  WR9 6
19 Todd Gurley LAR  RB10 8
20 Amari Cooper OAK  WR10 10
21 Doug Baldwin SEA  WR11 6
22 Leonard Fournette JAC  RB11 8
23 Lamar Miller HOU  RB12 7
Tier 4 Tier 4
24 Rob Gronkowski NE  TE1 9
25 Isaiah Crowell CLE  RB13 9
26 DeAndre Hopkins HOU  WR12 7
27 Brandin Cooks NE  WR13 9
28 Demaryius Thomas DEN  WR14 5
29 Sammy Watkins BUF  WR15 6
30 Aaron Rodgers GB  QB1 8
31 Allen Robinson JAC  WR16 8
32 Carlos Hyde SF  RB14 11
33 Alshon Jeffery PHI  WR17 10
34 Tom Brady NE  QB2 9
35 Travis Kelce KC  TE2 10
36 Marshawn Lynch OAK  RB15 10
Tier 5 Tier 5
37 Davante Adams GB  WR18 8
38 Terrelle Pryor WAS  WR19 5
39 Joe Mixon CIN  RB16 6
40 Drew Brees NO  QB3 5
41 Ty Montgomery GB  RB17 8
42 Keenan Allen LAC  WR20 9
43 Michael Crabtree OAK  WR21 10
44 C.J. Anderson DEN  RB18 5
45 Christian McCaffrey CAR  RB19 11
46 Mark Ingram NO  RB20 5
47 Golden Tate DET  WR22 7
48 Spencer Ware KC  RB21 10
49 Greg Olsen CAR  TE3 11
50 Dalvin Cook MIN  RB22 9
51 Jordan Reed WAS  TE4 5
Tier 6 Tier 5
52 Emmanuel Sanders DEN  WR23 5
53 Mike Gillislee NE  RB23 9
54 Larry Fitzgerald ARI  WR24 8
55 Eddie Lacy SEA  RB24 6
56 Jarvis Landry MIA  WR25 11
57 Tyreek Hill KC  WR26 10
58 Bilal Powell NYJ  RB25 11
59 Andrew Luck IND  QB4 11
60 Julian Edelman NE  WR27 9
61 Tevin Coleman ATL  RB26 5
62 Russell Wilson SEA  QB5 6
63 Martavis Bryant PIT  WR28 9
64 Ameer Abdullah DET  RB27 7
65 Matt Ryan ATL  QB6 5
66 Frank Gore IND  RB28 11
67 Jamison Crowder WAS  WR29 5
68 Jimmy Graham SEA  TE5 6
69 Paul Perkins NYG  RB29 8
70 Stefon Diggs MIN  WR30 9
71 Donte Moncrief IND  WR31 11
72 Willie Snead NO  WR32 5
73 LeGarrette Blount PHI  RB30 10
74 Kelvin Benjamin CAR  WR33 11
75 Tyler Eifert CIN  TE6 6
Tier 7 Tier 6
76 Brandon Marshall NYG  WR34 8
77 Danny Woodhead BAL  RB31 10
78 Kirk Cousins WAS  QB7 5
79 Adrian Peterson NO  RB32 5
80 DeSean Jackson TB  WR35 11
81 Marcus Mariota TEN  QB8 8
82 Jameis Winston TB  QB9 11
83 Doug Martin TB  RB33 11
84 Pierre Garcon SF  WR36 11
85 Kyle Rudolph MIN  TE7 9
86 Cam Newton CAR  QB10 11
87 Delanie Walker TEN  TE8 8
88 Eric Decker TEN  WR37 8
89 Terrance West BAL  RB34 10
90 Jeremy Maclin BAL  WR38 10
91 Devante Parker MIA  WR39 11
92 Jonathan Stewart CAR  RB35 11
93 Derek Carr OAK  QB11 10
94 Tyrell Williams LAC  WR40 9
95 Ben Roethlisberger PIT  QB12 9
96 Derrick Henry TEN  RB36 8
97 Cameron Meredith CHI  WR41 9
98 Kenny Britt CLE  WR42 9
99 Martellus Bennett GB  TE9 8
100 Dak Prescott DAL  QB13 6
101 Robert Kelley WAS  RB37 5
Tier 8 Tier 7
102 Zach Ertz PHI  TE10 10
103 John Brown ARI  WR43 8
104 Theo Riddick DET  RB38 7
105 Philip Rivers LAC  QB14 9
106 Eric Ebron DET  TE11 7
107 Randall Cobb GB  WR44 8
108 Matthew Stafford DET  QB15 7
109 Matt Forte NYJ  RB39 11
110 Samaje Perine WAS  RB40 5
111 Hunter Henry LAC  TE12 9
112 Tyrod Taylor BUF  QB16 6
113 Kareem Hunt KC  RB41 10
114 Corey Coleman CLE  WR45 9
115 Adam Thielen MIN  WR46 9
116 Mike Wallace BAL  WR47 10
117 Rishard Matthews TEN  WR48 8
118 C.J. Prosise SEA  RB42 6
119 Andy Dalton CIN  QB17 6
120 Duke Johnson CLE  RB43 9
121 Jordan Matthews PHI  WR49 10
122 Jack Doyle IND  TE13 11
123 Eli Manning NYG  QB18 8
124 Corey Davis TEN  WR50 8
125 Marvin Jones DET  WR51 7
126 Latavius Murray MIN  RB44 9
Tier 9 Tier 8
127 James White NE  RB45 9
128 Jacquizz Rodgers TB  RB46 11
129 Carson Palmer ARI  QB19 8
130 Thomas Rawls SEA  RB47 6
131 Jeremy Hill CIN  RB48 6
132 Carson Wentz PHI  QB20 10
133 Jamaal Charles DEN  RB49 5
134 Giovani Bernard CIN  RB50 6
135 Coby Fleener NO  TE14 5
136 Ted Ginn NO  WR52 5
137 Darren Sproles PHI  RB51 10
138 Denver Broncos  DST1 5
139 Blake Bortles JAC  QB21 8
140 Jamaal Williams GB  RB52 8
141 Sterling Shepard NYG  WR53 8
142 Seattle Seahawks  DST2 6
143 Josh Doctson WAS  WR54 5
144 Tyler Lockett SEA  WR55 6
145 Houston Texans  DST3 7
146 Jason Witten DAL  TE15 6
147 Cameron Brate TB  TE16 11
148 Breshad Perriman BAL  WR56 10
149 Kevin White CHI  WR57 9
150 Kansas City Chiefs  DST4 10
151 Robert Woods LAR  WR58 8
152 Kenny Stills MIA  WR59 11
153 C.J. Fiedorowicz HOU  TE17 7
154 Austin Hooper ATL  TE18 5
155 Julius Thomas MIA  TE19 11
156 Minnesota Vikings  DST5 9
157 Antonio Gates LAC  TE20 9
158 Arizona Cardinals  DST6 8
Tier 10 Tier 9
159 J.J. Nelson ARI  WR60 8
160 Joe Williams SF  RB53 11
161 Marqise Lee JAC  WR61 8
162 Joe Flacco BAL  QB22 10
163 Zay Jones BUF  WR62 6
164 Alvin Kamara NO  RB54 5
165 Dion Lewis NE  RB55 9
166 John Ross CIN  WR63 6
167 New England Patriots  DST7 9
168 DeAndre Washington OAK  RB56 10
169 Justin Tucker BAL  K1 10
170 Rex Burkhead NE  RB57 9
171 Stephen Gostkowski NE  K2 9
172 Taylor Gabriel ATL  WR64 5
173 Cole Beasley DAL  WR65 6
174 Marlon Mack IND  RB58 11
175 Chris Thompson WAS  RB59 5
176 Jonathan Williams BUF  RB60 6
177 Sam Bradford MIN  QB23 9
178 Allen Hurns JAC  WR66 8
179 O.J. Howard TB  TE21 11
180 Robby Anderson NYJ  WR67 11
181 Alex Smith KC  QB24 10
182 Charles Sims TB  RB61 11
183 Tavon Austin LAR  WR68 8
184 Shane Vereen NYG  RB62 8
185 Jalen Richard OAK  RB63 10
186 Carolina Panthers  DST8 11
187 Dan Bailey DAL  K3 6
188 Will Fuller HOU  WR69 7
189 Jay Cutler MIA  QB25 11
190 Mason Crosby GB  K4 8
191 D'Onta Foreman HOU  RB64 7
192 New York Giants  DST9 8
193 Matt Bryant ATL  K5 5
194 David Njoku CLE  TE22 9
195 Jared Cook OAK  TE23 10
196 Zach Miller CHI  TE24 9
197 Malcolm Mitchell NE  WR70 9
198 Mohamed Sanu ATL  WR71 5
Tier 11 Tier 10
199 Darren McFadden DAL  RB65 6
200 Devontae Booker DEN  RB66 5
201 Anquan Boldin FA  WR72
202 Brian Hoyer SF  QB26 11
203 Los Angeles Rams  DST10 8
204 Devin Funchess CAR  WR73 11
205 Mike Williams LAC  WR74 9
206 T.J. Yeldon JAC  RB67 8
207 Jerick McKinnon MIN  RB68 9
208 Tim Hightower SF  RB69 11
209 Evan Engram NYG  TE25 8
210 Robert Turbin IND  RB70 11
211 Adam Vinatieri IND  K6 11
212 Jacksonville Jaguars  DST11 8
213 Cooper Kupp LAR  WR75 8
214 James Conner PIT  RB71 9
215 Ryan Mathews PHI  RB72 10
216 Chris Ivory JAC  RB73 8
217 Charles Clay BUF  TE26 6
218 Dwayne Allen NE  TE27 9
219 Jesse James PIT  TE28 9
220 Curtis Samuel CAR  WR76 11
221 Baltimore Ravens  DST12 10
222 Ladarius Green FA  TE29
223 Steven Hauschka BUF  K7 6
224 Wendell Smallwood PHI  RB74 10
225 Eli Rogers PIT  WR77 9
226 Cincinnati Bengals  DST13 6
227 Kenny Golladay DET  WR78 7
228 Chris Conley KC  WR79 10
229 Tyler Boyd CIN  WR80 6
230 Deshaun Watson HOU  QB27 7
231 Pittsburgh Steelers  DST14 9
232 Torrey Smith PHI  WR81 10
233 Chris Hogan NE  WR82 9
234 Matt Prater DET  K8 7
235 Cairo Santos KC  K9 10
236 Mike Glennon CHI  QB28 9
237 Laquon Treadwell MIN  WR83 9
238 Nelson Agholor PHI  WR84 10
239 Austin Seferian-Jenkins NYJ  TE30 11
240 Philadelphia Eagles  DST15 10
Tier 12 Tier 11
241 Trevor Siemian DEN  QB29 5
242 Dustin Hopkins WAS  K10 5
243 Wayne Gallman NYG  RB75 8
244 Jeremy McNichols TB  RB76 11
245 Zach Zenner DET  RB77 7
246 Terrance Williams DAL  WR85 6
247 Michael Floyd MIN  WR86 9
248 ArDarius Stewart NYJ  WR87 11
249 Paul Richardson SEA  WR88 6
250 Jared Goff LAR  QB30 8
251 Jeremy Langford CHI  RB78 9
252 Oakland Raiders  DST16 10
253 Chandler Catanzaro NYJ  K11 11
254 Brandon LaFell CIN  WR89 6
255 Vance McDonald SF  TE31 11
256 Braxton Miller HOU  WR90 7
257 Will Lutz NO  K12 5
258 New York Jets  DST17 11
259 Travis Benjamin LAC  WR91 9
260 Brandon McManus DEN  K13 5
261 Sebastian Janikowski OAK  K14 10
262 Los Angeles Chargers  DST18 9
263 Green Bay Packers  DST19 8
264 Chris Boswell PIT  K15 9
265 Colin Kaepernick FA  QB31
266 Josh Gordon CLE  WR92 9
267 Benjamin Watson BAL  TE32 10
268 Caleb Sturgis PHI  K16 10
269 Elijah Hood OAK  RB79 10
270 Tampa Bay Buccaneers  DST20 11
271 Kendall Wright CHI  WR93 9
272 Atlanta Falcons  DST21 5
273 Tyler Higbee LAR  TE33 8
274 Dion Sims CHI  TE34 9
275 Robert Griffin FA  QB32
276 Tom Savage HOU  QB33 7
277 Kyle Juszczyk SF  RB80 11
278 Matt Jones WAS  RB81 5
279 DeAngelo Williams FA  RB82
280 DeShone Kizer CLE  QB34 9
281 Tennessee Titans  DST22 8
282 De'Angelo Henderson DEN  RB83 5
283 Paxton Lynch DEN  QB35 5
284 Charone Peake NYJ  WR94 11
285 Josh Reynolds LAR  WR95 8
286 Josh McCown NYJ  QB36 11
287 Dwayne Washington DET  RB84 7
288 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT  WR96 9
289 Buffalo Bills  DST23 6
Tier 13 Tier 12
290 Jermaine Gresham ARI  TE35 8
291 Aaron Jones GB  RB85 8
292 Kenyan Drake MIA  RB86 11
293 Cody Kessler CLE  QB37 9
294 Javorius Allen BAL  RB87 10
295 Erik Swoope IND  TE36 11
296 Seth Roberts OAK  WR97 10
297 Mitch Trubisky CHI  QB38 9
298 Chris Johnson ARI  RB88 8
299 Graham Gano CAR  K17 11
300 Rashad Jennings FA  RB89
301 Aldrick Robinson SF  WR98 11
302 Gerald Everett LAR  TE37 8
303 Jimmy Garoppolo NE  QB39 9
304 Branden Oliver LAC  RB90 9
305 Marquise Goodwin SF  WR99 11
306 Taywan Taylor TEN  WR100 8
307 Alfred Morris DAL  RB91 6
308 Phillip Dorsett IND  WR101 11
309 A.J. Derby DEN  TE38 5
310 Jeremy Kerley SF  WR102 11
311 Tajae Sharpe TEN  WR103 8
312 Andre Ellington ARI  RB92 8
313 Dallas Cowboys  DST24 6
314 Vernon Davis WAS  TE39 5
315 Charcandrick West KC  RB93 10
316 Jaelen Strong HOU  WR104 7
317 Phil Dawson ARI  K18 8
318 Nick Novak HOU  K19 7
319 Donnel Pumphrey PHI  RB94 10
320 Kamar Aiken IND  WR105 11
321 Lance Kendricks GB  TE40 8
322 Josh Lambo LAC  K20 9
323 Tarik Cohen CHI  RB95 9
324 Carlos Henderson DEN  WR106 5
325 Dorial Green-Beckham FA  WR107
326 Detroit Lions  DST25 7
327 Markus Wheaton CHI  WR108 9
328 Will Tye NYG  TE41 8
329 Brian Quick WAS  WR109 5
330 Chris Godwin TB  WR110 11
331 Blair Walsh SEA  K21 6
Tier 14 Tier 13
332 Gary Barnidge FA  TE42
333 Albert Wilson KC  WR111 10
334 Ryan Succop TEN  K22 8
335 Miami Dolphins  DST26 11
336 Matt Moore MIA  QB40 11
337 Mike Nugent NYG  K23 8
338 Demarcus Robinson KC  WR112 10
339 Roberto Aguayo TB  K24 11
340 Kenneth Farrow LAC  RB96 9
341 Chicago Bears  DST27 9
342 Andre Holmes BUF  WR113 6
343 Leonte Carroo MIA  WR114 11
344 Seth DeValve CLE  TE43 9
345 Damien Williams MIA  RB97 11
346 Patrick Mahomes KC  QB41 10
347 Maxx Williams BAL  TE44 10
348 Dontrelle Inman LAC  WR115 9
349 Jordan Leggett NYJ  TE45 11
350 Brock Osweiler CLE  QB42 9
351 Washington Redskins  DST28 5
352 Chad Williams ARI  WR116 8
353 Aldrick Rosas NYG  K25 8
354 George Kittle SF  TE46 11
355 Sammie Coates PIT  WR117 9
356 Clive Walford OAK  TE47 10
357 Jaron Brown ARI  WR118 8
358 Vincent Jackson FA  WR119
359 Cameron Artis-Payne CAR  RB98 11
360 Kapri Bibbs SF  RB99 11
361 Brandon Coleman NO  WR120 5
362 Corey Grant JAC  RB100 8
363 Adam Humphries TB  WR121 11
364 Bruce Ellington FA  WR122
365 Adam Shaheen CHI  TE48 9
366 Benny Cunningham CHI  RB101 9
367 Lance Dunbar LAR  RB102 8
368 James Starks FA  RB103
369 Jake Butt DEN  TE49 5
370 Pharoh Cooper LAR  WR123 8
371 Stevie Johnson FA  WR124
372 New Orleans Saints  DST29 5
373 Josh Brown FA  K26
374 Rashard Higgins CLE  WR125 9
375 Dede Westbrook JAC  WR126 8
376 Malcolm Brown LAR  RB104 8
377 Jermaine Kearse SEA  WR127 6
378 Ryan Switzer DAL  WR128 6
379 Dan Carpenter FA  K27
380 Teddy Bridgewater MIN  QB43 9
381 Josh Hill NO  TE50 5
382 Matt Dayes FA  RB105
383 Cordarrelle Patterson OAK  WR129 10
384 Elijah McGuire NYJ  RB106 11
385 Chad Hansen NYJ  WR130 11
386 Marcedes Lewis JAC  TE51 8
387 Xavier Grimble PIT  TE52 9
388 Travaris Cadet NO  RB107 5
389 Victor Cruz CHI  WR131 9
390 Kerwynn Williams ARI  RB108 8
391 Shaun Draughn NYG  RB109 8
392 Ryan Griffin HOU  TE53 7
393 Bobby Rainey BAL  RB110 10
394 Virgil Green DEN  TE54 5
BEST WORST AVG STD DEV

1 3 1.3 0.5
1 3 1.8 0.5
2 7 3.7 0.8
2 14 4.5 2.4

4 13 5.8 1.7
3 14 6.4 2.3
3 12 7.6 2.3
6 18 9.4 2.4
5 21 9.7 2.9
5 20 9.7 3
5 20 11.9 3.1
6 24 12.2 3

6 20 13.3 3.4
7 27 13.9 3.9
6 25 15.3 3.5
6 26 15.5 3.3
10 32 17.9 4.1
10 31 18.3 4.1
6 46 20.8 5.2
12 42 22.6 5
11 44 23.6 5.8
12 270 25.2 28.7
14 44 25.2 6

14 71 26.1 9.1
8 45 26.3 6.2
18 44 29.8 6.3
17 59 31 9.5
20 55 32 7.5
21 66 33.7 9.7
20 48 33.8 5.1
19 59 34 7.8
18 71 36.3 10.7
20 65 37.4 8.4
21 73 37.9 7.4
21 64 38.3 8
16 271 39.6 31.2
18 90 40.4 11.5
18 90 40.7 12.4
15 272 42.5 29.4
27 68 42.1 6.8
16 152 43.2 18.5
21 79 43.2 11.4
34 86 46 9.5
21 110 50.9 15.8
25 273 52.2 33.4
24 91 51.3 13.7
23 117 53.4 14.7
24 110 53.5 18.6
34 123 54.1 11.1
23 274 57.1 38.3
25 124 55.4 14.4

32 121 56.4 14.1
20 214 57.3 31.1
31 101 58.2 13.8
23 115 58.6 17.8
40 92 58.9 13.4
21 137 61.7 19.4
27 101 61.7 14.4
28 128 62.8 18.4
28 99 63.1 14.2
29 98 63.6 16.1
24 112 64.1 14.8
32 119 64.4 19.5
33 103 65 13.3
33 122 65.7 16.6
24 138 65.9 18.6
42 98 67.9 13.3
43 124 68.4 12.7
34 121 70.8 18.2
38 116 71.5 15.7
43 131 72 17
32 124 72.6 16.7
30 117 72.9 18.2
37 175 74.8 19.4
53 108 75.2 12.4

41 117 77.2 17.1
34 200 77.9 23.7
39 130 79.7 17.3
30 174 79.9 22.6
50 123 80.3 14.4
42 177 85.2 23
41 164 86.4 19.4
39 182 87 23.4
52 261 89.1 33.3
53 135 88.2 17
39 147 89 18.9
54 126 89.5 14.5
50 145 88.9 18.8
24 211 93.6 31.5
47 186 95.2 23.2
49 161 95.7 18.9
30 208 96.4 25.3
65 144 97 17.3
41 142 97 22.1
45 176 98.1 21.9
61 136 99 16.5
45 190 99.6 26.3
67 151 100.6 16.7
70 135 100.7 14.9
66 174 100.9 18.5
30 151 99.9 24.5

67 153 103.3 16.9
38 162 102.7 25.6
59 149 104.4 15.9
56 179 104.6 22.4
68 142 105.7 16
60 174 105.9 17.4
55 193 107 23.3
65 162 107.3 19.1
44 275 111.4 39.3
64 172 109.8 17.8
50 180 110.9 19.2
50 276 114.2 39.4
84 152 113.5 15.9
73 155 116.4 17
76 215 116.7 23.8
63 215 117.9 24.3
69 256 119.7 25.2
66 180 120.5 19.9
74 219 121.1 21.1
67 182 121.2 24.2
79 272 125.2 34.6
83 193 123.6 18.1
29 277 126.8 42.1
90 231 128.4 19.9
46 206 126.2 29.2

83 248 132.9 29
69 207 136.8 30.4
82 187 137.5 17.8
61 231 135.8 31.7
48 220 135.7 34.5
103 194 138.1 19.3
76 259 139.4 28.9
84 215 139 27.5
89 197 138.2 21.9
90 289 147.3 40.4
79 240 140.3 26
103 291 145.7 31.2
78 199 138.9 21.4
65 278 142.6 36.8
91 253 148.8 27.5
126 210 144.3 17.2
102 256 150.6 28.3
99 198 148.9 18.8
116 211 146.9 15.6
111 200 150 21.5
100 207 147.9 26.6
101 229 152.1 24.4
92 252 153.5 28.3
128 213 150.7 14.8
99 290 155.8 38
94 258 157.1 25.5
104 241 157.6 26.6
82 271 159.7 28.7
89 216 158.2 28.7
132 214 159.6 16
111 257 162.9 26.6
133 221 159.6 17.5
120 251 166.4 26.1
101 282 165.3 36.3
115 239 167.6 25.6
83 235 163.7 22.8
117 280 170.2 35.7
92 281 169.2 33.1
79 257 166.8 31.9
93 282 174.3 36.5
129 212 168.9 16
112 263 174.4 36.2
143 292 175 23.4
102 284 171.4 29.7
146 222 170.5 10.6
124 229 176.3 23.2
118 261 177.7 31.5
118 283 173.7 35.1
117 259 175.2 32.2
113 276 179.6 37
104 234 175.1 22.6
98 238 179.5 26.6
88 284 179.8 34.9
102 267 184.8 40.9
106 256 179.6 22.4
108 258 180.4 28.1
114 267 190.5 36.7
115 266 185.8 38
116 265 185.2 31.7
146 236 181.1 16.6
149 285 181.3 17.8
113 264 185.5 36.1
112 253 176.4 37.2
155 283 186.4 19.6
130 286 194.6 36.7
143 251 183.8 21.7
144 284 184.7 21.9
123 285 191.6 32.1
122 255 188.2 26.4
124 298 190 36.6
101 269 192.4 38.2
141 267 197.3 31.8
111 270 198.1 42.5
106 266 196 37.2
121 304 189.4 45.5
120 260 192.3 27.7
147 244 188.1 20.2
123 267 195.4 31.7
117 287 201.8 47.1
129 274 200.3 32.2
111 266 198.2 33.6
129 264 203.1 37.7
125 289 195.2 27
114 292 202.5 43.1
148 282 194.8 21
132 246 194.8 21.6
131 293 210 39.1
127 290 212 40
112 267 199.8 36
129 267 209.2 37.8
144 267 204.2 27.8
124 265 205.7 32.5
112 294 206.9 30.5
134 291 215 34.3
147 242 197.1 15.9
107 286 195.1 59
160 286 207.1 27.1
155 260 215.3 34.5
137 288 219.4 34.3
147 253 208 24.3
141 300 218.7 40.6
147 295 211 32.1
153 289 217.5 31.8
132 292 215.1 33.5
165 282 204.3 19.6
156 270 215.4 28.9
148 290 220.7 29.8
155 288 210.6 25.4
157 290 208.5 21.8
146 299 218.5 29.9
155 270 220.7 33
127 290 217.2 46
147 269 213.6 31.6
145 254 209.8 22.6
134 303 223.4 34.4
156 298 220.2 34.2
150 297 227.6 39.6
145 303 225.4 36.9
150 274 225.1 32.4
147 281 228 36.2
150 279 226.8 36.7
162 305 227.2 35.6
147 305 229.5 33.3
140 302 225.2 30.7
160 310 233.2 35.1
173 266 214.1 21.9
167 303 213.2 38.1
156 296 228.2 29.5
163 283 225.5 29.3
140 306 221.5 43.8
156 291 222.7 26
169 314 219.7 38.7
155 296 230.9 31.6
179 289 219 22.4
169 287 216.1 19.9
153 268 224.3 24.7
177 284 218.8 21.6
158 293 231 25.6
154 308 232.6 54.3
157 336 229.7 46.5
163 306 222.4 32.5
158 297 225.8 32.7
118 254 224.9 42.8
152 267 228.8 26.2
153 301 231.3 24.9
178 262 231.5 24.8
166 297 237.6 27.5
167 297 236.5 39.2
175 318 231.9 51.4
176 325 242 35.6
168 295 231.5 41.4
174 311 237.7 38.1
171 355 236.2 47.2
160 284 233.8 31.9
172 288 241.3 40.2
158 242 206.3 35.7
159 341 241.9 54.2
170 248 202.3 32.2
165 307 237 43.6
158 278 237.6 23.1
151 298 236.8 34.6
164 310 248.2 31.4
171 287 229.5 25.8

171 274 234.3 26.5
174 304 231.6 30.7
185 324 234.9 34.3
166 301 236.9 25.8
165 278 248.2 31.7
171 311 237.7 34.3
173 332 247.2 30.7
167 312 260 51.7
175 374 257 59.2
185 292 226.6 21.5
189 317 226.7 44.1
171 270 247.1 31.4
173 256 224.1 25.3
174 285 238.1 29.1
180 275 244.1 27.1
186 330 241.2 42.3
177 315 259.2 33.4
183 356 248.4 44.6
184 331 235.3 28.4
188 307 236.5 29.5
188 313 243.4 29.1
191 282 242.6 25.1
191 302 248.1 31.5
186 294 258.5 42.5
190 299 237.6 27.5
190 335 257.8 34.3
190 314 243.6 29.7
191 307 259.2 37.6
194 300 235 33.9
192 347 250.5 33.5
195 308 248.6 27.2
193 333 268 51.9
196 296 237.1 29.8
194 345 265 53.1
194 329 257.4 44.5
195 344 242.5 44
195 322 241 30.8
195 282 246.9 27.7
196 360 251.9 52
197 359 252.9 40.2
197 305 242 33
197 298 234.9 26.4

199 320 244.6 31.3
199 304 254.2 28.1
200 348 253.7 66.9
200 294 240.8 23.3
200 284 242 34.3
201 378 253.6 49.5
201 277 241.3 31.2
204 349 249 40.9
209 350 279.5 70.5
209 279 244 35
211 353 271.4 46.2
211 338 252.8 51.5
211 326 268.4 39.4
212 312 257.4 28.8
212 288 250 38
213 327 252.4 43.8
213 287 254.1 20.2
214 357 269.8 54.5
214 354 249.8 40
214 343 262 57.6
215 268 245 15
217 375 296 79
217 363 264 51.1
218 311 248.7 23.9
219 373 278 58.5
220 334 277 57
220 269 244.6 19.2
222 372 251.8 45.1
222 362 292 70
222 328 260.7 34.1
222 235 228.5 6.5
225 315 277 38.1
226 340 256.1 35.3
228 293 260.5 32.5
232 323 272 29.4
232 313 260.3 20.1
232 237 234.5 2.5
233 316 269.8 36.5
234 346 285 46.6
234 259 242.5 9.9
234 240 237 3
234 237 235.5 1.5
235 337 269.9 31
235 288 259 21.9
237 371 304 67
237 306 266.9 20.9
239 319 279 40
241 380 310.5 69.5
243 253 248 5
245 316 279 25.2
247 339 293 46
248 342 281.2 37.4
248 284 266 18
249 296 272.5 23.5
251 369 310 59
254 370 300.7 50
255 368 311.5 56.5
255 291 272.8 13.3
256 358 307 51
259 280 269.5 10.5
263 281 272 9
268 285 276.5 8.5
284 286 285 1
ADP VS. ADP

1 0
2 0
4 1
3 -1

5 0
6 0
7 0
11 3
9 0
8 -2
13 2
10 -2

16 3
14 0
12 -3
15 -1
19 2
17 -1
22 3
23 3
28 7
20 -2
26 3

21 -3
30 5
29 3
27 0
31 3
34 5
18 -12
39 8
35 3
33 0
25 -9
37 2
24 -12
46 9
36 -2
38 -1
40 0
50 9
42 0
48 5
43 -1
32 -13
53 7
58 11
41 -7
49 0
51 1
52 1

65 13
61 8
67 13
71 16
45 -11
47 -10
75 17
55 -4
56 -4
63 2
54 -8
59 -4
62 -2
44 -21
77 11
83 16
57 -11
78 9
68 -2
81 10
82 10
60 -13
72 -2
64 -11

74 -2
91 14
80 2
66 -13
90 10
69 -12
87 5
73 -10
94 10
88 3
79 -7
76 -11
93 5
117 28
102 12
108 17
98 6
70 -23
125 31
89 -6
84 -12
96 -1
123 25
85 -14
86 -14
92 -9

105 3
115 12
101 -3
106 1
127 21
99 -8
107 -1
103 -6
95 -15
100 -11
124 12
97 -16
109 -5
122 7
144 28
132 15
116 -2
147 28
131 11
150 29
113 -9
119 -4
104 -20
133 8
112 -14

137 10
141 13
148 19
140 10
130 -1
138 6
121 -12
178 44
163 28
174 38
155 18
118 -20
230 91
143 3
146 5
126 -16
156 13
152 8
128 -17
159 13
176 29
168 20
153 4
120 -30
219 68
209 57
252 99
181 27
170 15
135 -21
169 12
142 -16
223 64
149 -11
226 65
180 18
173 10
177 13
229 64
139 -27
134 -33
210 42
110 -59
165 -5
111 -60
154 -18
189 16
162 -12
202 27
158 -18
188 11
200 22
114 -65
191 11
227 46
237 55
244 61
286 102
190 5
151 -35
136 -51
194 6
201 12
166 -24
231 40
145 -47
129 -64
225 31
205 10
272 76
206 9
216 18
192 -7
211 11
306 105
320 118
175 -28
253 49
198 -7
195 -11
298 91
299 91
172 -37
290 80
184 -27
185 -27
179 -34
182 -32
204 -11
242 26
288 71
250 32
224 5
203 -17
217 -4
268 46
161 -62
213 -11
321 96
235 9
245 18
249 21
261 32
160 -70
183 -48
289 57
236 3
233 -1
157 -78
328 92
196 -41
314 76
339 100
199 -41
228 -13
222 -20

238 -6
220 -25
267 21
310 63

271 22
305 55
254 3
212 -40
164 -89
232 -22
208 -47
273 17
187 -70
324 66
322 63
197 -63
193 -68
247 -15
207 -56
171 -93
315 50
240 -26

246 -22

239 -31

186 -86

326 50

296 18
215 -64

264 -17
312 29

265 -23
251 -38

243 -48
218 -74
309 16

284 -11
337 41
294 -3
343 45
167 -132

341 38

319 14

292 -15
304 -4

335 25
269 -42
342 30
214 -99
333 19
303 -12

274 -43
259 -59
260 -59
275 -45

291 -31
234 -90

283 -43

221 -110

295 -39
255 -80

270 -69

280 -61

327 -18
317 -29

318 -30

307 -43
258 -93

282 -71
340 -14

329 -30

336 -27
316 -52

287 -85

302 -75
285 -93

293 -87

332 -51

278 -111

331 -60

330 -64
RANK PLAYER (Team) POS BYE
1 David Johnson ARI  RB1 8
2 Le'Veon Bell PIT  RB2 9
4 Ezekiel Elliott DAL  RB3 6
3 Antonio Brown PIT  WR1 9
5 Odell Beckham Jr. NYG  WR2 8
6 Julio Jones ATL  WR3 5
7 LeSean McCoy BUF  RB4 6
10 Mike Evans TB  WR5 11
9 Melvin Gordon LAC  RB5 9
12 Devonta Freeman ATL  RB6 5
8 A.J. Green CIN  WR4 6
15 DeMarco Murray TEN  RB9 8
11 Jordy Nelson GB  WR6 8
14 Jordan Howard CHI  RB8 9
16 Michael Thomas NO  WR7 5
13 Jay Ajayi MIA  RB7 11
18 Dez Bryant DAL  WR9 6
30 Aaron Rodgers GB  QB1 8
17 T.Y. Hilton IND  WR8 11
22 Leonard Fournette JAC  RB11 8
24 Rob Gronkowski NE  TE1 9
19 Todd Gurley LAR  RB10 8
20 Amari Cooper OAK  WR10 10
36 Marshawn Lynch OAK  RB15 10
34 Tom Brady NE  QB2 9
23 Lamar Miller HOU  RB12 7
27 Brandin Cooks NE  WR13 9
21 Doug Baldwin SEA  WR11 6
26 DeAndre Hopkins HOU  WR12 7
25 Isaiah Crowell CLE  RB13 9
28 Demaryius Thomas DEN  WR14 5
45 Christian McCaffrey CAR  RB19 11
33 Alshon Jeffery PHI  WR17 10
29 Sammy Watkins BUF  WR15 6
32 Carlos Hyde SF  RB14 11
38 Terrelle Pryor WAS  WR19 5
35 Travis Kelce KC  TE2 10
39 Joe Mixon CIN  RB16 6
31 Allen Robinson JAC  WR16 8
40 Drew Brees NO  QB3 5
48 Spencer Ware KC  RB21 10
42 Keenan Allen LAC  WR20 9
44 C.J. Anderson DEN  RB18 5
65 Matt Ryan ATL  QB6 5
56 Jarvis Landry MIA  WR25 11
37 Davante Adams GB  WR18 8
57 Tyreek Hill KC  WR26 10
43 Michael Crabtree OAK  WR21 10
49 Greg Olsen CAR  TE3 11
41 Ty Montgomery GB  RB17 8
50 Dalvin Cook MIN  RB22 9
51 Jordan Reed WAS  TE4 5
46 Mark Ingram NO  RB20 5
62 Russell Wilson SEA  QB5 6
59 Andrew Luck IND  QB4 11
60 Julian Edelman NE  WR27 9
68 Jimmy Graham SEA  TE5 6
47 Golden Tate DET  WR22 7
63 Martavis Bryant PIT  WR28 9
73 LeGarrette Blount PHI  RB30 10
53 Mike Gillislee NE  RB23 9
64 Ameer Abdullah DET  RB27 7
61 Tevin Coleman ATL  RB26 5
75 Tyler Eifert CIN  TE6 6
52 Emmanuel Sanders DEN  WR23 5
79 Adrian Peterson NO  RB32 5
54 Larry Fitzgerald ARI  WR24 8
70 Stefon Diggs MIN  WR30 9
81 Marcus Mariota TEN  QB8 8
93 Derek Carr OAK  QB11 10
55 Eddie Lacy SEA  RB24 6
74 Kelvin Benjamin CAR  WR33 11
83 Doug Martin TB  RB33 11
76 Brandon Marshall NYG  WR34 8
58 Bilal Powell NYJ  RB25 11
87 Delanie Walker TEN  TE8 8
66 Frank Gore IND  RB28 11
69 Paul Perkins NYG  RB29 8
86 Cam Newton CAR  QB10 11
78 Kirk Cousins WAS  QB7 5
71 Donte Moncrief IND  WR31 11
72 Willie Snead NO  WR32 5
67 Jamison Crowder WAS  WR29 5
96 Derrick Henry TEN  RB36 8
99 Martellus Bennett GB  TE9 8
100 Dak Prescott DAL  QB13 6
82 Jameis Winston TB  QB9 11
85 Kyle Rudolph MIN  TE7 9
95 Ben Roethlisberger PIT  QB12 9
80 DeSean Jackson TB  WR35 11
77 Danny Woodhead BAL  RB31 10
101 Robert Kelley WAS  RB37 5
88 Eric Decker TEN  WR37 8
84 Pierre Garcon SF  WR36 11
110 Samaje Perine WAS  RB40 5
97 Cameron Meredith CHI  WR41 9
113 Kareem Hunt KC  RB41 10
92 Jonathan Stewart CAR  RB35 11
107 Randall Cobb GB  WR44 8
111 Hunter Henry LAC  TE12 9
104 Theo Riddick DET  RB38 7
90 Jeremy Maclin BAL  WR38 10
109 Matt Forte NYJ  RB39 11
124 Corey Davis TEN  WR50 8
102 Zach Ertz PHI  TE10 10
105 Philip Rivers LAC  QB14 9
108 Matthew Stafford DET  QB15 7
91 Devante Parker MIA  WR39 11
114 Corey Coleman CLE  WR45 9
169 Justin Tucker BAL  K1 10
171 Stephen Gostkowski NE  K2 9
126 Latavius Murray MIN  RB44 9
122 Jack Doyle IND  TE13 11
179 O.J. Howard TB  TE21 11
103 John Brown ARI  WR43 8
118 C.J. Prosise SEA  RB42 6
89 Terrance West BAL  RB34 10
138 Denver Broncos  DST1 5
123 Eli Manning NYG  QB18 8
150 Kansas City Chiefs  DST4 10
133 Jamaal Charles DEN  RB49 5
115 Adam Thielen MIN  WR46 9
98 Kenny Britt CLE  WR42 9
112 Tyrod Taylor BUF  QB16 6
94 Tyrell Williams LAC  WR40 9
142 Seattle Seahawks  DST2 6
106 Eric Ebron DET  TE11 7
145 Houston Texans  DST3 7
193 Matt Bryant ATL  K5 5
131 Jeremy Hill CIN  RB48 6
120 Duke Johnson CLE  RB43 9
117 Rishard Matthews TEN  WR48 8
125 Marvin Jones DET  WR51 7
167 New England Patriots  DST7 9
156 Minnesota Vikings  DST5 9
187 Dan Bailey DAL  K3 6
127 James White NE  RB45 9
132 Carson Wentz PHI  QB20 10
166 John Ross CIN  WR63 6
130 Thomas Rawls SEA  RB47 6
128 Jacquizz Rodgers TB  RB46 11
158 Arizona Cardinals  DST6 8
140 Jamaal Williams GB  RB52 8
116 Mike Wallace BAL  WR47 10
192 New York Giants  DST9 8
141 Sterling Shepard NYG  WR53 8
119 Andy Dalton CIN  QB17 6
129 Carson Palmer ARI  QB19 8
160 Joe Williams SF  RB53 11
121 Jordan Matthews PHI  WR49 10
186 Carolina Panthers  DST8 11
144 Tyler Lockett SEA  WR55 6
149 Kevin White CHI  WR57 9
172 Taylor Gabriel ATL  WR64 5
137 Darren Sproles PHI  RB51 10
143 Josh Doctson WAS  WR54 5
235 Cairo Santos KC  K9 10
176 Jonathan Williams BUF  RB60 6
146 Jason Witten DAL  TE15 6
230 Deshaun Watson HOU  QB27 7
223 Steven Hauschka BUF  K7 6
174 Marlon Mack IND  RB58 11
135 Coby Fleener NO  TE14 5
253 Chandler Catanzaro NYJ  K11 11
170 Rex Burkhead NE  RB57 9
190 Mason Crosby GB  K4 8
299 Graham Gano CAR  K17 11
148 Breshad Perriman BAL  WR56 10
157 Antonio Gates LAC  TE20 9
155 Julius Thomas MIA  TE19 11
264 Chris Boswell PIT  K15 9
209 Evan Engram NYG  TE25 8
163 Zay Jones BUF  WR62 6
136 Ted Ginn NO  WR52 5
203 Los Angeles Rams  DST10 8
147 Cameron Brate TB  TE16 11
164 Alvin Kamara NO  RB54 5
134 Giovani Bernard CIN  RB50 6
213 Cooper Kupp LAR  WR75 8
162 Joe Flacco BAL  QB22 10
154 Austin Hooper ATL  TE18 5
214 James Conner PIT  RB71 9
231 Pittsburgh Steelers  DST14 9
211 Adam Vinatieri IND  K6 11
212 Jacksonville Jaguars  DST11 8
272 Atlanta Falcons  DST21 5
257 Will Lutz NO  K12 5
177 Sam Bradford MIN  QB23 9
173 Cole Beasley DAL  WR65 6
185 Jalen Richard OAK  RB63 10
180 Robby Anderson NYJ  WR67 11
199 Darren McFadden DAL  RB65 6
261 Sebastian Janikowski OAK  K14 10
188 Will Fuller HOU  WR69 7
206 T.J. Yeldon JAC  RB67 8
237 Laquon Treadwell MIN  WR83 9
260 Brandon McManus DEN  K13 5
205 Mike Williams LAC  WR74 9
240 Philadelphia Eagles  DST15 10
178 Allen Hurns JAC  WR66 8
189 Jay Cutler MIA  QB25 11
175 Chris Thompson WAS  RB59 5
220 Curtis Samuel CAR  WR76 11
215 Ryan Mathews PHI  RB72 10
195 Jared Cook OAK  TE23 10
197 Malcolm Mitchell NE  WR70 9
263 Green Bay Packers  DST19 8
255 Vance McDonald SF  TE31 11
152 Kenny Stills MIA  WR59 11
168 DeAndre Washington OAK  RB56 10
200 Devontae Booker DEN  RB66 5
252 Oakland Raiders  DST16 10
224 Wendell Smallwood PHI  RB74 10
313 Dallas Cowboys  DST24 6
279 DeAngelo Williams FA  RB82
198 Mohamed Sanu ATL  WR71 5
221 Baltimore Ravens  DST12 10
292 Kenyan Drake MIA  RB86 11
151 Robert Woods LAR  WR58 8
245 Zach Zenner DET  RB77 7
331 Blair Walsh SEA  K21 6
242 Dustin Hopkins WAS  K10 5
159 J.J. Nelson ARI  WR60 8
219 Jesse James PIT  TE28 9
194 David Njoku CLE  TE22 9
161 Marqise Lee JAC  WR61 8
181 Alex Smith KC  QB24 10
241 Trevor Siemian DEN  QB29 5
165 Dion Lewis NE  RB55 9
139 Blake Bortles JAC  QB21 8
191 D'Onta Foreman HOU  RB64 7
254 Brandon LaFell CIN  WR89 6
234 Matt Prater DET  K8 7
324 Carlos Henderson DEN  WR106 5
226 Cincinnati Bengals  DST13 6
233 Chris Hogan NE  WR82 9
182 Charles Sims TB  RB61 11
244 Jeremy McNichols TB  RB76 11
270 Tampa Bay Buccaneers  DST20 11
266 Josh Gordon CLE  WR92 9
216 Chris Ivory JAC  RB73 8
291 Aaron Jones GB  RB85 8
183 Tavon Austin LAR  WR68 8
227 Kenny Golladay DET  WR78 7
268 Caleb Sturgis PHI  K16 10
262 Los Angeles Chargers  DST18 9
228 Chris Conley KC  WR79 10
218 Dwayne Allen NE  TE27 9
289 Buffalo Bills  DST23 6
153 C.J. Fiedorowicz HOU  TE17 7
204 Devin Funchess CAR  WR73 11
251 Jeremy Langford CHI  RB78 9
335 Miami Dolphins  DST26 11
351 Washington Redskins  DST28 5
318 Nick Novak HOU  K19 7
319 Donnel Pumphrey PHI  RB94 10
229 Tyler Boyd CIN  WR80 6
281 Tennessee Titans  DST22 8
288 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT  WR96 9
246 Terrance Williams DAL  WR85 6
222 Ladarius Green FA  TE29
311 Tajae Sharpe TEN  WR103 8
339 Roberto Aguayo TB  K24 11
249 Paul Richardson SEA  WR88 6
196 Zach Miller CHI  TE24 9
256 Braxton Miller HOU  WR90 7
317 Phil Dawson ARI  K18 8
320 Kamar Aiken IND  WR105 11
389 Victor Cruz CHI  WR131 9
341 Chicago Bears  DST27 9
353 Aldrick Rosas NYG  K25 8
326 Detroit Lions  DST25 7
295 Erik Swoope IND  TE36 11
378 Ryan Switzer DAL  WR128 6
184 Shane Vereen NYG  RB62 8
372 New Orleans Saints  DST29 5
217 Charles Clay BUF  TE26 6
232 Torrey Smith PHI  WR81 10
210 Robert Turbin IND  RB70 11
322 Josh Lambo LAC  K20 9
307 Alfred Morris DAL  RB91 6
380 Teddy Bridgewater MIN  QB43 9
297 Mitch Trubisky CHI  QB38 9
334 Ryan Succop TEN  K22 8
278 Matt Jones WAS  RB81 5
207 Jerick McKinnon MIN  RB68 9
208 Tim Hightower SF  RB69 11
377 Jermaine Kearse SEA  WR127 6
315 Charcandrick West KC  RB93 10
308 Phillip Dorsett IND  WR101 11
250 Jared Goff LAR  QB30 8
201 Anquan Boldin FA  WR72
350 Brock Osweiler CLE  QB42 9
293 Cody Kessler CLE  QB37 9
247 Michael Floyd MIN  WR86 9
283 Paxton Lynch DEN  QB35 5
238 Nelson Agholor PHI  WR84 10
265 Colin Kaepernick FA  QB31
368 James Starks FA  RB103
346 Patrick Mahomes KC  QB41 10
348 Dontrelle Inman LAC  WR115 9
305 Marquise Goodwin SF  WR99 11
202 Brian Hoyer SF  QB26 11
225 Eli Rogers PIT  WR77 9
259 Travis Benjamin LAC  WR91 9
258 New York Jets  DST17 11
276 Tom Savage HOU  QB33 7
345 Damien Williams MIA  RB97 11
236 Mike Glennon CHI  QB28 9
359 Cameron Artis-Payne CAR  RB98 11
394 Virgil Green DEN  TE54 5
391 Shaun Draughn NYG  RB109 8
383 Cordarrelle Patterson OAK  WR129 10
314 Vernon Davis WAS  TE39 5
310 Jeremy Kerley SF  WR102 11
363 Adam Humphries TB  WR121 11
296 Seth Roberts OAK  WR97 10
239 Austin Seferian-Jenkins NYJ  TE30 11
354 George Kittle SF  TE46 11
303 Jimmy Garoppolo NE  QB39 9
312 Andre Ellington ARI  RB92 8
298 Chris Johnson ARI  RB88 8
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Tier 3 TIER
Tier 4 TIER
Tier 5 TIER
Tier 6 TIER
Tier 7 TIER
Tier 8 TIER
Tier 9 TIER
Tier 10 TIER
Tier 11 TIER
Tier 12 TIER
243 Wayne Gallman NYG  RB75 8
248 ArDarius Stewart NYJ  WR87 11
267 Benjamin Watson BAL  TE32 10
269 Elijah Hood OAK  RB79 10
271 Kendall Wright CHI  WR93 9
273 Tyler Higbee LAR  TE33 8
274 Dion Sims CHI  TE34 9
275 Robert Griffin FA  QB32
277 Kyle Juszczyk SF  RB80 11
280 DeShone Kizer CLE  QB34 9
282 De'Angelo Henderson DEN  RB83 5
284 Charone Peake NYJ  WR94 11
285 Josh Reynolds LAR  WR95 8
286 Josh McCown NYJ  QB36 11
287 Dwayne Washington DET  RB84 7
Tier 13 TIER
290 Jermaine Gresham ARI  TE35 8
294 Javorius Allen BAL  RB87 10
300 Rashad Jennings FA  RB89
301 Aldrick Robinson SF  WR98 11
302 Gerald Everett LAR  TE37 8
304 Branden Oliver LAC  RB90 9
306 Taywan Taylor TEN  WR100 8
309 A.J. Derby DEN  TE38 5
316 Jaelen Strong HOU  WR104 7
321 Lance Kendricks GB  TE40 8
323 Tarik Cohen CHI  RB95 9
325 Dorial Green-Beckham FA  WR107
327 Markus Wheaton CHI  WR108 9
328 Will Tye NYG  TE41 8
329 Brian Quick WAS  WR109 5
330 Chris Godwin TB  WR110 11
Tier 14 TIER
332 Gary Barnidge FA  TE42
333 Albert Wilson KC  WR111 10
336 Matt Moore MIA  QB40 11
337 Mike Nugent NYG  K23 8
338 Demarcus Robinson KC  WR112 10
340 Kenneth Farrow LAC  RB96 9
342 Andre Holmes BUF  WR113 6
343 Leonte Carroo MIA  WR114 11
344 Seth DeValve CLE  TE43 9
347 Maxx Williams BAL  TE44 10
349 Jordan Leggett NYJ  TE45 11
352 Chad Williams ARI  WR116 8
355 Sammie Coates PIT  WR117 9
356 Clive Walford OAK  TE47 10
357 Jaron Brown ARI  WR118 8
358 Vincent Jackson FA  WR119
360 Kapri Bibbs SF  RB99 11
361 Brandon Coleman NO  WR120 5
362 Corey Grant JAC  RB100 8
364 Bruce Ellington FA  WR122
365 Adam Shaheen CHI  TE48 9
366 Benny Cunningham CHI  RB101 9
367 Lance Dunbar LAR  RB102 8
369 Jake Butt DEN  TE49 5
370 Pharoh Cooper LAR  WR123 8
371 Stevie Johnson FA  WR124
373 Josh Brown FA  K26
374 Rashard Higgins CLE  WR125 9
375 Dede Westbrook JAC  WR126 8
376 Malcolm Brown LAR  RB104 8
379 Dan Carpenter FA  K27
381 Josh Hill NO  TE50 5
382 Matt Dayes FA  RB105
384 Elijah McGuire NYJ  RB106 11
385 Chad Hansen NYJ  WR130 11
386 Marcedes Lewis JAC  TE51 8
387 Xavier Grimble PIT  TE52 9
388 Travaris Cadet NO  RB107 5
390 Kerwynn Williams ARI  RB108 8
392 Ryan Griffin HOU  TE53 7
393 Bobby Rainey BAL  RB110 10
BEST WORST AVG STD DEV
1 3 1.3 0.5
1 3 1.8 0.5
2 14 4.5 2.4
2 7 3.7 0.8
4 13 5.8 1.7
3 14 6.4 2.3
3 12 7.6 2.3
5 20 9.7 3
5 21 9.7 2.9
6 24 12.2 3
6 18 9.4 2.4
6 25 15.3 3.5
5 20 11.9 3.1
7 27 13.9 3.9
6 26 15.5 3.3
6 20 13.3 3.4
10 31 18.3 4.1
20 48 33.8 5.1
10 32 17.9 4.1
12 270 25.2 28.7
14 71 26.1 9.1
6 46 20.8 5.2
12 42 22.6 5
16 271 39.6 31.2
21 73 37.9 7.4
14 44 25.2 6
17 59 31 9.5
11 44 23.6 5.8
18 44 29.8 6.3
8 45 26.3 6.2
20 55 32 7.5
25 273 52.2 33.4
20 65 37.4 8.4
21 66 33.7 9.7
18 71 36.3 10.7
18 90 40.7 12.4
21 64 38.3 8
15 272 42.5 29.4
19 59 34 7.8
27 68 42.1 6.8
24 110 53.5 18.6
21 79 43.2 11.4
21 110 50.9 15.8
33 122 65.7 16.6
40 92 58.9 13.4
18 90 40.4 11.5
21 137 61.7 19.4
34 86 46 9.5
34 123 54.1 11.1
16 152 43.2 18.5
23 274 57.1 38.3
25 124 55.4 14.4
24 91 51.3 13.7
24 112 64.1 14.8
28 128 62.8 18.4
28 99 63.1 14.2
43 124 68.4 12.7
23 117 53.4 14.7
32 119 64.4 19.5
30 117 72.9 18.2
20 214 57.3 31.1
33 103 65 13.3
29 98 63.6 16.1
53 108 75.2 12.4
32 121 56.4 14.1
30 174 79.9 22.6
31 101 58.2 13.8
38 116 71.5 15.7
42 177 85.2 23
65 144 97 17.3
23 115 58.6 17.8
37 175 74.8 19.4
39 182 87 23.4
41 117 77.2 17.1
27 101 61.7 14.4
54 126 89.5 14.5
24 138 65.9 18.6
34 121 70.8 18.2
39 147 89 18.9
39 130 79.7 17.3
43 131 72 17
32 124 72.6 16.7
42 98 67.9 13.3
61 136 99 16.5
70 135 100.7 14.9
66 174 100.9 18.5
41 164 86.4 19.4
53 135 88.2 17
45 176 98.1 21.9
50 123 80.3 14.4
34 200 77.9 23.7
30 151 99.9 24.5
50 145 88.9 18.8
52 261 89.1 33.3
44 275 111.4 39.3
45 190 99.6 26.3
50 276 114.2 39.4
30 208 96.4 25.3
60 174 105.9 17.4
64 172 109.8 17.8
59 149 104.4 15.9
47 186 95.2 23.2
65 162 107.3 19.1
29 277 126.8 42.1
67 153 103.3 16.9
56 179 104.6 22.4
55 193 107 23.3
49 161 95.7 18.9
84 152 113.5 15.9
143 292 175 23.4
146 222 170.5 10.6
46 206 126.2 29.2
79 272 125.2 34.6
88 284 179.8 34.9
38 162 102.7 25.6
69 256 119.7 25.2
24 211 93.6 31.5
103 291 145.7 31.2
83 193 123.6 18.1
128 213 150.7 14.8
76 259 139.4 28.9
73 155 116.4 17
67 151 100.6 16.7
50 180 110.9 19.2
41 142 97 22.1
126 210 144.3 17.2
68 142 105.7 16
116 211 146.9 15.6
144 284 184.7 21.9
48 220 135.7 34.5
74 219 121.1 21.1
63 215 117.9 24.3
90 231 128.4 19.9
129 212 168.9 16
132 214 159.6 16
149 285 181.3 17.8
83 248 132.9 29
103 194 138.1 19.3
93 282 174.3 36.5
61 231 135.8 31.7
69 207 136.8 30.4
133 221 159.6 17.5
65 278 142.6 36.8
76 215 116.7 23.8
143 251 183.8 21.7
91 253 148.8 27.5
66 180 120.5 19.9
82 187 137.5 17.8
101 282 165.3 36.3
67 182 121.2 24.2
146 236 181.1 16.6
99 198 148.9 18.8
92 252 153.5 28.3
124 229 176.3 23.2
79 240 140.3 26
102 256 150.6 28.3
157 290 208.5 21.8
113 276 179.6 37
111 200 150 21.5
132 292 215.1 33.5
160 286 207.1 27.1
118 283 173.7 35.1
89 197 138.2 21.9
167 303 213.2 38.1
102 284 171.4 29.7
155 283 186.4 19.6
185 292 226.6 21.5
101 229 152.1 24.4
111 257 162.9 26.6
89 216 158.2 28.7
158 293 231 25.6
125 289 195.2 27
117 280 170.2 35.7
90 289 147.3 40.4
147 244 188.1 20.2
100 207 147.9 26.6
92 281 169.2 33.1
84 215 139 27.5
131 293 210 39.1
83 235 163.7 22.8
82 271 159.7 28.7
127 290 212 40
165 282 204.3 19.6
148 282 194.8 21
132 246 194.8 21.6
178 262 231.5 24.8
156 291 222.7 26
104 234 175.1 22.6
118 261 177.7 31.5
116 265 185.2 31.7
102 267 184.8 40.9
111 270 198.1 42.5
169 287 216.1 19.9
113 264 185.5 36.1
129 274 200.3 32.2
155 270 220.7 33
179 289 219 22.4
117 287 201.8 47.1
145 254 209.8 22.6
98 238 179.5 26.6
112 253 176.4 37.2
117 259 175.2 32.2
134 291 215 34.3
112 267 199.8 36
122 255 188.2 26.4
101 269 192.4 38.2
177 284 218.8 21.6
163 283 225.5 29.3
94 258 157.1 25.5
112 263 174.4 36.2
106 266 196 37.2
173 266 214.1 21.9
155 260 215.3 34.5
186 294 258.5 42.5
171 355 236.2 47.2
141 267 197.3 31.8
147 242 197.1 15.9
185 324 234.9 34.3
99 290 155.8 38
150 274 225.1 32.4
197 298 234.9 26.4
156 298 220.2 34.2
120 251 166.4 26.1
112 294 206.9 30.5
123 285 191.6 32.1
115 239 167.6 25.6
106 256 179.6 22.4
134 303 223.4 34.4
79 257 166.8 31.9
78 199 138.9 21.4
130 286 194.6 36.7
156 296 228.2 29.5
155 288 210.6 25.4
194 329 257.4 44.5
147 253 208 24.3
148 290 220.7 29.8
108 258 180.4 28.1
145 303 225.4 36.9
152 267 228.8 26.2
157 336 229.7 46.5
129 267 209.2 37.8
174 304 231.6 30.7
114 267 190.5 36.7
141 300 218.7 40.6
158 297 225.8 32.7
153 268 224.3 24.7
147 295 211 32.1
124 265 205.7 32.5
171 287 229.5 25.8
104 241 157.6 26.6
123 267 195.4 31.7
160 310 233.2 35.1
200 294 240.8 23.3
214 343 262 57.6
194 300 235 33.9
192 347 250.5 33.5
153 289 217.5 31.8
172 288 241.3 40.2
164 310 248.2 31.4
147 281 228 36.2
107 286 195.1 59
191 282 242.6 25.1
204 349 249 40.9
147 305 229.5 33.3
124 298 190 36.6
140 306 221.5 43.8
191 307 259.2 37.6
195 308 248.6 27.2
255 291 272.8 13.3
209 279 244 35
217 375 296 79
195 322 241 30.8
171 311 237.7 34.3
239 319 279 40
115 266 185.8 38
234 240 237 3
144 267 204.2 27.8
156 270 215.4 28.9
114 292 202.5 43.1
196 296 237.1 29.8
183 356 248.4 44.6
243 253 248 5
167 312 260 51.7
200 348 253.7 66.9
174 311 237.7 38.1
111 266 198.2 33.6
129 264 203.1 37.7
237 306 266.9 20.9
190 335 257.8 34.3
184 331 235.3 28.4
140 302 225.2 30.7
121 304 189.4 45.5
214 354 249.8 40
166 301 236.9 25.8
150 279 226.8 36.7
159 341 241.9 54.2
127 290 217.2 46
154 308 232.6 54.3
232 237 234.5 2.5
212 288 250 38
213 287 254.1 20.2
186 330 241.2 42.3
120 260 192.3 27.7
137 288 219.4 34.3
155 296 230.9 31.6
169 314 219.7 38.7
176 325 242 35.6
212 312 257.4 28.8
146 299 218.5 29.9
222 372 251.8 45.1
284 286 285 1
259 280 269.5 10.5
248 342 281.2 37.4
190 299 237.6 27.5
188 313 243.4 29.1
225 315 277 38.1
173 332 247.2 30.7
147 269 213.6 31.6
217 363 264 51.1
174 285 238.1 29.1
191 302 248.1 31.5
175 374 257 59.2

150 297 227.6 39.6
162 305 227.2 35.6
163 306 222.4 32.5
118 254 224.9 42.8
153 301 231.3 24.9
166 297 237.6 27.5
167 297 236.5 39.2
175 318 231.9 51.4
168 295 231.5 41.4
160 284 233.8 31.9
158 242 206.3 35.7
170 248 202.3 32.2
165 307 237 43.6
158 278 237.6 23.1
151 298 236.8 34.6

171 274 234.3 26.5
165 278 248.2 31.7
189 317 226.7 44.1
171 270 247.1 31.4
173 256 224.1 25.3
180 275 244.1 27.1
177 315 259.2 33.4
188 307 236.5 29.5
190 314 243.6 29.7
193 333 268 51.9
194 345 265 53.1
195 344 242.5 44
195 282 246.9 27.7
196 360 251.9 52
197 359 252.9 40.2
197 305 242 33

199 320 244.6 31.3
199 304 254.2 28.1
200 284 242 34.3
201 378 253.6 49.5
201 277 241.3 31.2
209 350 279.5 70.5
211 353 271.4 46.2
211 338 252.8 51.5
211 326 268.4 39.4
213 327 252.4 43.8
214 357 269.8 54.5
215 268 245 15
218 311 248.7 23.9
219 373 278 58.5
220 334 277 57
220 269 244.6 19.2
222 362 292 70
222 328 260.7 34.1
222 235 228.5 6.5
226 340 256.1 35.3
228 293 260.5 32.5
232 323 272 29.4
232 313 260.3 20.1
233 316 269.8 36.5
234 346 285 46.6
234 259 242.5 9.9
234 237 235.5 1.5
235 337 269.9 31
235 288 259 21.9
237 371 304 67
241 380 310.5 69.5
245 316 279 25.2
247 339 293 46
248 284 266 18
249 296 272.5 23.5
251 369 310 59
254 370 300.7 50
255 368 311.5 56.5
256 358 307 51
263 281 272 9
268 285 276.5 8.5
ADP VS. ADP
1 0
2 0
3 -1
4 1
5 0
6 0
7 0
8 -2
9 0
10 -2
11 3
12 -3
13 2
14 0
15 -1
16 3
17 -1
18 -12
19 2
20 -2
21 -3
22 3
23 3
24 -12
25 -9
26 3
27 0
28 7
29 3
30 5
31 3
32 -13
33 0
34 5
35 3
36 -2
37 2
38 -1
39 8
40 0
41 -7
42 0
43 -1
44 -21
45 -11
46 9
47 -10
48 5
49 0
50 9
51 1
52 1
53 7
54 -8
55 -4
56 -4
57 -11
58 11
59 -4
60 -13
61 8
62 -2
63 2
64 -11
65 13
66 -13
67 13
68 -2
69 -12
70 -23
71 16
72 -2
73 -10
74 -2
75 17
76 -11
77 11
78 9
79 -7
80 2
81 10
82 10
83 16
84 -12
85 -14
86 -14
87 5
88 3
89 -6
90 10
91 14
92 -9
93 5
94 10
95 -15
96 -1
97 -16
98 6
99 -8
100 -11
101 -3
102 12
103 -6
104 -20
105 3
106 1
107 -1
108 17
109 -5
110 -59
111 -60
112 -14
113 -9
114 -65
115 12
116 -2
117 28
118 -20
119 -4
120 -30
121 -12
122 7
123 25
124 12
125 31
126 -16
127 21
128 -17
129 -64
130 -1
131 11
132 15
133 8
134 -33
135 -21
136 -51
137 10
138 6
139 -27
140 10
141 13
142 -16
143 3
144 28
145 -47
146 5
147 28
148 19
149 -11
150 29
151 -35
152 8
153 4
154 -18
155 18
156 13
157 -78
158 -18
159 13
160 -70
161 -62
162 -12
163 28
164 -89
165 -5
166 -24
167 -132
168 20
169 12
170 15
171 -93
172 -37
173 10
174 38
175 -28
176 29
177 13
178 44
179 -34
180 18
181 27
182 -32
183 -48
184 -27
185 -27
186 -86
187 -70
188 11
189 16
190 5
191 11
192 -7
193 -68
194 6
195 -11
196 -41
197 -63
198 -7
199 -41
200 22
201 12
202 27
203 -17
204 -11
205 10
206 9
207 -56
208 -47
209 57
210 42
211 11
212 -40
213 -11
214 -99
215 -64
216 18
217 -4
218 -74
219 68
220 -25
221 -110
222 -20
223 64
224 5
225 31
226 65
227 46
228 -13
229 64
230 91
231 40
232 -22
233 -1
234 -90
235 9
236 3
237 55
238 -6
239 -31
240 -26
242 26
243 -48
244 61
245 18
246 -22
247 -15
249 21
250 32
251 -38
252 99
253 49
254 3
255 -80
258 -93
259 -59
260 -59
261 32
264 -17
265 -23
267 21
268 46
269 -42
270 -69
271 22
272 76
273 17
274 -43
275 -45
278 -111
280 -61
282 -71
283 -43
284 -11
285 -93
286 102
287 -85
288 71
289 57
290 80
291 -31
292 -15
293 -87
294 -3
295 -39
296 18
298 91
299 91
302 -75
303 -12
304 -4
305 55
306 105
307 -43
309 16
310 63
312 29
314 76
315 50
316 -52
317 -29
318 -30
319 14
320 118
321 96
322 63
324 66
326 50
327 -18
328 92
329 -30
330 -64
331 -60
332 -51
333 19
335 25
336 -27
337 41
339 100
340 -14
341 38
342 30
343 45