Fantasy Football Best Ball Top 100 Draft Rankings for 2019

Fantasy Football Best Ball Top 100 Draft Rankings for 2019

The 2019 NFL season is upon us, and if you’re anything like me, from now through the next four weeks will be a furious whirlwind of fantasy football drafts coming at you. And the sudden insurgence of Best Ball leagues paving their way to becoming a newfound staple in your belfry of leagues (many in which you hadn’t even anticipated 48-hours prior to their happening) hasn’t helped matters whatsoever.

So, I’m here to help! And I’ll be updating our list periodically throughout the course of the next few weeks as training camp news develops, to keep everyone on their toes for any unanticipated Best Ball draft that may just pop up on your lunch break.

[If you don’t know anything about Best Ball leagues yet, you can check out my original article and draft outcome here to provide some insight.]

Standout Picks

Saquon Barkley, RB (NYG)

A very arguable play at number one overall and slated to be drafted as such in most leagues, this beast is in a prime setup to dominate in all fantasy formats, and in PPR platforms he’s an even bigger bonus.

In his 2018 debut, he averaged five yards per rushing attempt, 81 rushing yards per game totaling 1,307 yards, and 45.1 yards per game receiving with a total of 91 receptions for 721 yards. In standard scoring leagues he scored 294.8 fantasy points, 340.3 in half-point PPR, and 385.8 in full-point PPR settings. He supplied a total of 15 touchdowns as well.

Totaling over 2,000 all-purpose yards in his rookie year leaves many viewing Barkley in the same light as Pat Mahomes, wondering whether he’s bound for second-year regression or in fact has a ridiculously high ceiling that’s yet to be reached. I believe he’s in a very prominent position to thrive considering the inept Giants offense that has to go entirely through his success on the field. No more Beckham either, and Barkley will eat first from the distribution of where that offense goes.

Christian McCaffrey, RB (CAR)

Another stud pick worth addressing as a potential number one overall draft pick, Christian McCaffrey is of a very similar ilk as Barkley in that he’s a multi-facted talent on offense, on the ground and through the air, and Cam Newton’s safety net as an additional incentive.

In his rookie year, he totaled 1,098 rushing yards averaging five yards per carry, 867 yards receiving on 107 receptions, and 13 all-purpose touchdowns.

In 2018, the Carolina offense directed traffic through McCaffrey on 35.7% of their combined targets and rushing attempts and I believe that number sustains itself this season. He’s far and away the best option on offense, and in any sort of PPR setting he’s got every bit as much value as Barkley.

DeAndre Hopkins, WR (HOU)

Posting seven games with over 100 receiving yards in 2018, DeAndre Hopkins is going to be a top receiving option in fantasy drafts this season. He surmounted 1,572 yards on 115 receptions and 11 touchdowns last year and played in all 16 games, proving very reliable with a 17.2 fantasy point per game average in half-point PPR formats.
He’s the primary option in the Houston offense and has a ceiling as high as anybody when it comes to fantasy production.


Robby Anderson, WR (NYJ)

Kalen Ballage, RB (MIA)

Geronimo Allison, WR (GB)

DeSean Jackson, WR (PHI)

James Washington, WR (PIT)

Justin Jackson, RB (LAC)

D.K. Metcalf, WR (SEA)

Noah Fant, TE (DEN)

Latavius Murray, RB (NO)

Derrius Guice, RB (WAS)

Devin Singletary, RB (BUF)

Top 100 NFL Best Ball Rankings (updated Sat. 08/31/19)

  1. Saquon Barkley
  2. Christian McCaffrey
  3. Alvin Kamara
  4. DeAndre Hopkins
  5. Nick Chubb
  6. Travis Kelce
  7. Davante Adams
  8. JuJu Smith-Schuster
  9. Todd Gurley
  10. Le’Veon Bell
  11. Michael Thomas
  12. David Johnson
  13. Ezekiel Elliott
  14. Julio Jones
  15. Odell Beckham Jr.
  16. James Conner
  17. Melvin Gordon
  18. Tyreek Hill
  19. Keenan Allen
  20. Antonio Brown
  21. Joe Mixon
  22. Dalvin Cook
  23. Mike Evans
  24. Amari Cooper
  25. Damien Williams
  26. Keenan Allen
  27. Stefon Diggs
  28. Adam Thielen
  29. George Kittle
  30. Zach Ertz
  31. Kerryon Johnson
  32. Marlon Mack
  33. TY Hilton
  34. Leonard Fournette
  35. Aaron Jones
  36. Derrick Henry
  37. Devonta Freeman
  38. Julian Edelman
  39. A.J. Green
  40. Robert Woods
  41. Brandin Cooks
  42. Chris Godwin
  43. Allen Robinson
  44. Sony Michel
  45. Sammy Watkins
  46. Mark Ingram
  47. Kenny Golladay
  48. Josh Jacobs
  49. Tyler Lockett
  50. Philip Lindsay
  51. O.J. Howard
  52. Cooper Kupp
  53. Kenyan Drake
  54. Alshon Jeffery
  55. Patrick Mahomes
  56. Aaron Rodgers
  57. Hunter Henry
  58. Deshaun Watson
  59. Chris Carson
  60. Robby Anderson
  61. Derrius Guice
  62. D.J. Moore
  63. Tarik Cohen
  64. Jarvis Landry
  65. Tevin Coleman
  66. David Montgomery
  67. Calvin Ridley
  68. Evan Engram
  69. Tyler Boyd
  70. Matt Ryan
  71. Latavius Murray
  72. Dante Pettis
  73. Drew Brees
  74. Carson Wentz
  75. Corey Davis
  76. Will Fuller V
  77. Dede Westbrook
  78. Baker Mayfield
  79. David Njoku
  80. Marvin Jones
  81. Christian Kirk
  82. Eric Ebron
  83. Rashaad Penny
  84. Russell Wilson
  85. Jared Cook
  86. Courtland Sutton
  87. Larry Fitzgerald
  88. Jordan Howard
  89. Miles Sanders
  90. Golden Tate
  91. Vance McDonald
  92. Sterling Shepard
  93. Curtis Samuel
  94. Keke Coutee
  95. Anthony Miller
  96. Jerick McKinnon
  97. Geronimo Allison
  98. Trey Burton
  99. Austin Ekeler
  100. Jameis Winston
  101. DeSean Jackson
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