Positional Rankings

By: Fantasy Football Dude

Last Updated: May 26th, 2018

These Rankings are are subject to a lot of changes so I will continue to keep you guys updated with these throughout the off-season and regular season. If you would like to be notified on updates and when we post new material send us your email and we will keep you up to date year round. well without further adieu here are the ranking by position. If you also have any questions feel free to email us at any time 24/7 and we will be here to answer your questions.

QB Rankings

  1. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay
  2. Tom Brady, New England
  3. Russel Wilson, Seattle
  4. Kirk Cousins, Minnesota
  5. Jared Goff, Los Angeles Rams
  6. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh
  7. Carson Wentz, Philadelphia
  8. Andrew Luck, Indianapolis (If fully healthy)
  9.  Matthew Stafford, Detroit
  10. Deshaun Watson, Houston
  11. Cam Newton, Carolina
  12. Drew Brees, New Orleans
  13. Jimmy Garoppolo, San Francisco
  14. Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City
  15. Philip Rivers, Los Angeles Chargers
  16. Derek Carr, Oakland
  17. Jameis Winston, Tampa Bay
  18. Marcus Mariota, Tennessee
  19. Matt Ryan, Atlanta
  20. Dak Prescott, Dallas
  21. Mitchell Trubisky, Chicago
  22. Blake Bortles, Jacksonville
  23. Eil Manning, New York Giants
  24. Alex Smith, Washington
  25. Case Keenum, Denver
  26. Tyrod Taylor, Cleveland
  27. Sam Bradford, Arizona
  28. Andy Dalton, Cincinnati
  29. Josh McCown, New York Jets
  30. Joe Flacco, Baltimore

Now, the one thing I will say about the QBs this year is that they are very deep and you really can’t go wrong with most of these guys. Depending on how your league values QBs the top guys are usually better bets but i would recommend not spending high draft pick or a early round pick on a QB.

RB Rankings

Running back is one of the hardest positions to predict because injuries happen pretty frequent to this position considering the physical toll it takes on the players body. Outside of the workhorse studs at this position it sometimes turn into a crap shoot, but hopefully these rankings helps provide you with an idea of who to target and how they stack up with one another.

  1. Le’veon Bell, Pittsburgh
  2. Todd Gurley, Los Angeles Rams
  3. Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas
  4. David Johnson, Arizona
  5. Kareem Hunt, Kansas City
  6. Melvin Gordon, Los Angeles Chargers
  7. Alvin Kamara, New Orleans
  8. LeSean McCoy, Buffalo
  9. Saquon Barkley, New York Giants
  10. Dalvin Cook, Minnesota
  11. Leonard Fournette, Jacksonville
  12. Kenyan Drake, Miami
  13. Jay Ajayi, Philadelphia
  14. Jerick Mckinnon, San Francisco
  15. Jordan Howard, Chicago
  16. Devonta Freeman, Atlanta
  17. Mark Ingram, New Orleans
  18. Joe Mixon, Cincinnati
  19. Derrick Henry, Tennessee
  20. Derrius Guice, Washington
  21. Christian McCaffrey, Carolina
  22. Rashaad Penny, Seattle
  23. Marshawn Lynch, Oakland
  24. Dion Lewis, Tennessee
  25. Alex Collins, Baltimore
  26. Carlos Hyde, Cleveland
  27. Royce Freeman, Denver
  28. Ronald Jones II, Tampa
  29. Sony Michel, New England
  30. Isaiah Crowell, New York Jets
  31. Rex Burkhead, New England
  32. D’Onta Foreman, Houston
  33. Chris Thompson, Washington
  34. Tarik Cohen, Chicago
  35. Duke Johnson, Cleveland
  36. LeGarrette Blount, Detroit
  37. Lamar Miller, Houston
  38. Chris Carson, Seattle
  39. Marlon Mack, Indianapolis
  40. Aaron Jones, Green Bay
  41. Jamaal Williams, Green Bay
  42. Peyton Barber, Tampa Bay
  43. Devontae Booker, Denver
  44. Nick Chubb, Cleveland
  45. Jeremy Hill, New England
  46. Latavius Murray, Minnesota
  47. Bilal Powell, New York Jets
  48. Tevin coleman, Atlanta
  49. Corey Clement, Philadelphia
  50. Austin Ekeler, Los Angeles Chargers
  51. Wayne Gallman, New York Giants
  52. Matt Breida, San Francisco
  53. Frank Gore, Miami
  54. Jonathan Stewart, New York Giants
  55. C. J. Prosise, Seattle
  56.  Theo Riddick, Detroit
  57. James White, New England
  58. Giovani Bernard, Cincinnati
  59. Ty Montgomery, Green bay
  60. T. J. Yeldon, Jacksonville
  61. Jalen Richard, Oakland
  62. DeAndre Washington, Oakland
  63. Ameer Abdullah, Detroit

WR Rankings

Wide Receiver is usually a very deep position that you can always find startable players week in and week out. But the one thing that you always out out of a WR is consistently which is not always easy to find with some guys. But below hopefully will give you an idea of which WRs have a better likelihood of providing you that consistency.

  1. DeAndre Hopkins, Houston
  2. Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh
  3. Odell Beckham Jr, New York Giants
  4. Tyreek Hill, Kansas City
  5. Davante Adams, Green Bay
  6. Julio Jones, Atlanta
  7. A.J. Green, Cincinnati
  8. Mike Evans, Tampa Bay
  9. Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers
  10. Adam Thielen, Minnesota
  11. Michael Thomas, New Orleans
  12. Amari Cooper, Oakland
  13. Doug Baldwin, Seattle
  14. Josh Gordon, Cleveland
  15. Allen Robinson, Chicago
  16. Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona
  17. Brandin Cooks, Los Angeles Rams
  18. Stefon Diggs, Minnesota
  19. Alshon Jeffery, Philadelphia
  20. Ty Hilton, Indianapolis
  21. JuJu Smith Schuster, Pittsburgh
  22. Golden Tate, Detroit
  23. Jarvis Landry, Cleveland
  24. Demaryius Thomas, Denver
  25. Emanuel Sanders, Denver
  26. Robert Woods, Los Angeles Rams
  27. Sammy Watkins, Kansas City
  28. Marvin Jones, Detroit
  29. Pierre Garcon, San Francisco
  30. Chris Hogan, New England
  31. Julian Edelman, New England
  32. Kelvin Benjamin, Buffalo
  33. Corey Davis, Tennessee
  34. Robby Anderson, New York Jets
  35. Micheal Gallup, Dallas
  36. Will Fuller, Houston
  37. Sterling Shepard, New York Giants
  38. Cooper Kupp, Los Angeles Rams
  39. Nelson Agholor, Philadelphia
  40. D.J. Moore, Carolina
  41. Martavis, Bryant, Oakland
  42. Paul Richardson, Washington
  43. Jamison Crowder, Washington
  44. DeSean Jackson, Tampa Bay
  45. Marquise Goodwin, San Francisco
  46. Calvin Ridley, Atlanta
  47. Anthony Miller, Bears
  48. Christian Kirk, Arizona
  49. Jordy Nelson, Oakland
  50. Mike Wallace, Philadelphia
  51. Ted Ginn, New Orleans
  52. Rishard Matthews, Tennessee
  53. Randall Cobb, Dallas
  54. Josh Doctson, Washington
  55. Cameron Meredith, New Orleans
  56. DeVante Parker, Miami
  57. Allen Hurns, Dallas
  58. Kenny Stills, Miami
  59. Albert Wilson, Miami
  60. Marquis Lee, Jacksonville
  61. Tyrell Williams, Los Angeles Chargers
  62. Keelan Cole, Jacksonville
  63. Mike Williams, Los Angeles Chargers
  64. Dede Westbrook, Jacksonville
  65. Trent Taylor, San Francisco
  66. Zay Jones, Buffalo
  67. Chester Rodgers
  68. Dez Bryant, No Team Currently

This is a very deep WRs group and in future post i’ll be talking about some WRs in depth to give you an idea who you can steal late in rounds or auction drafts for cheap to help give you and edge at this position.

TE Rankings

There are usually only a few TE at the top of the draft that tend to be consistent performers every week and its definitely one of the most annoying positions to deal with if you don’t have on of the top TEs. Hopefully this list will help you figure out which TE you like. Also in other posts I will be talking about some to the TE that might be starting to jump into that elite list of TE for fantasy.

  1. Rob Gronkowski, New England
  2. Travis Kelce, Kansas City
  3. Zach Ertz, Philadelphia
  4. Jimmy Graham, Green Bay
  5. Evan Engram, New York Giants
  6. Trey Burton, Chicago
  7. Greg Olson, Carolina
  8. Kyle Rudolph, Minnesota
  9. Delanie Walker, Tennessee
  10. Jordan Reed, Washington
  11.  Jack Doyle, Indianapolis
  12. George Kittle, San Francisco
  13. Ricky Seals-Jones, Arizona
  14. Vance McDonald, Pittsburgh
  15. David Njoku, Cleveland
  16. O.J. Howard, Tampa Bay
  17. Mike Gesicki, Miami
  18.  Jared Cook, Oakland
  19. Charles Clay, Buffalo
  20. Ben Watson, New Orleans
  21. Austin Hooper, Atlanta
  22. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Jacksonville
  23. Cameron Brate, Tampa Bay
  24. Hayden Hurst, Baltimore
  25. Mark Andrews, Baltimore

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