Updated Fantasy Football Rankings (along with a top 200 big board)


  1. Le’Veon Bell (Steelers)
  2. Todd Gurley (Rams)
  3. Ezekiel Elliot (Cowboys)
  4. David Johnson (Cardinals)
  5. Alvin Kamara (Saints)
  6. Kareem Hunt (Chiefs)
  7. Melvin Gordon (Chargers)
  8. Dalvin Cook (Vikings)
  9. Saquon Barkley (Giants)
  10. Christian McCaffrey (Panthers)
  11. Leonard Fournette (Jaguars)
  12. LeSean McCoy (Bills)
  13. Jordan Howard (Bears)
  14. Devonta Freeman (Falcons)
  15. Derrick Henry (Titans)
  16. Jerick McKinnon (49ers)
  17. Jay Ajayi (Eagles)
  18. Kenyan Drake (Dolphins)
  19. Rashaad Penny (Seahawks)
  20. Joe Mixon (Bengals)
  21. Sony Michel (Patriots)
  22. Marshawn Lynch (Raiders)
  23. Kerryon Johnson (Lions)
  24. Royce Freeman (Broncos)
  25. Chris Thompson (Redskins)
  26. Alex Collins (Ravens)
  27. Dion Lewis (Titans)
  28. Ronald Jones II (Buccaneers)
  29. Mark Ingram* (Saints, suspended first 4 games)
  30. Rex Burkhead (Patriots)
  31. D’Onta Foreman (Texans)
  32. Carlos Hyde (Browns)
  33. Lamar Miller (Texans)
  34. Ty Montgomery (Packers)
  35. Tarik Cohen (Bears)
  36. Tevin Coleman (Falcons)
  37. Chris Carson (Seahawks)
  38. Marlon Mack (Colts)
  39. Jamaal Williams (Packers)
  40. Duke Johnson Jr. (Browns)
  41. James White (Patriots)
  42. Nick Chubb (Browns)
  43. Theo Riddick (Lions)
  44. C.J. Anderson (Panthers)
  45. Giovani Bernard (Bengals)
  46. Devonta Booker (Broncos)
  47. Isaiah Crowell (Jets)
  48. Samaje Perine (Redskins)
  49. Jeremy Hill (Patriots)
  50. Bilal Powell (Jets)
  51. LeGarrette Blount (Lions)
  52. Jonathan Stewart (Giants)
  53. Jordan Wilkins (Colts)
  54. Doug Martin (Raiders)
  55. Rob Kelley (Redskins)
  56. Robert Turbin (Colts)
  57. Corey Clement (Eagles)
  58. Kalen Ballage (Dolphins)
  59. Darren Sproles (Eagles)
  60. Alfred Morris (49ers)
  61. Chris Ivory (Bills)
  62. Latavius Murray (Vikings)
  63. Matt Breida (49ers)
  64. Austin Ekeler (Chargers)
  65. Peyton Barber (Buccaneers)
  66. Bo Scarbrough (Cowboys)
  67. Nyheim Hines (Colts)
  68. Aaron Jones (Packers)
  69. Spencer Ware (Chiefs)
  70. Kenneth Dixon (Ravens)

Two guys that I am not very high on are Leonard Fournette and Saquon Barkley. Fournette always seems to have a nagging injury or two, and doesn’t seem to be the most solid guy in the locker room either.

I think Barkley will be good, but not worthy a top 10 fantasy pick. The Giants are going to the throw the ball a lot. Yes, Saquon will catch some passes from Eli, but I just don’t see them consistently getting him 20+ touches every game. He is a rookie that they just inked to a massive, long-term deal. They are not going to overload this guy in his rookie season. New York also brought in veteran Jonathan Stewart who will be due 10 or so carries a game, along with the bulk of the goal-line work. Don’t get overly optimistic and take Saquon in the top 10

The backfield in New England intrigues me, but also scares me a little at the same time. I think Jeremy Hill could potentially have a major bounce-back year and resuscitate his career. I also think Jordan Howard in Chicago will have a rather monstrous, bounce-back year.

Some sleepers that I like are D’Onta Foreman, Marlon Mack, Chris Carson, and Kalen Ballage. I think each of them are capable of becoming the lead back on their team and having solid fantasy value.


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