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2020 Fantasy Football Rankings: Updated Post-NFL Draft and Free Agency

2020 Fantasy Football Rankings: Updated Post-NFL Draft and Free Agency

We all had a great time watching the NFL conduct the 2020 Draft like we all do a fantasy draft, only with more money and less on-screen profanity and drinking.

Now that we know where top prospects landed and who gets to be the Chiefs new running back, congratulations to Clyde Edwards-Helaire, we are all getting hyped for the 2020 Fantasy Football Season! Now is the time to prep your fantasy rankings, because what else are we going to do?

With all the time on your hands, why not start your prep and research to dominate your Fantasy Draft now?

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Rankings are based on 0.5 PPR scoring.

1RB01Christian McCaffreyCAR
2RB02Dalvin CookMIN
3WR01DeAndre HopkinsARI
4WR02Michael ThomasNO
5RB03Saquon BarkleyNYG
6RB04Ezekiel ElliottDAL
7WR03Davante AdamsGB
8RB05Joe MixonCIN
9RB06Nick ChubbCLE
10WR04Julio JonesATL
11WR05Chris GodwinTB
12RB07Derrick HenryTEN
13RB08Josh JacobsLV
14RB09Kenyan DrakeARI
15QB01Lamar JacksonBAL
16RB10Alvin KamaraNO
17WR06Kenny GolladayDET
18TE01Travis KelceKC
19WR07Tyreek HillKC
20RB11Miles SandersPHI
21RB12Austin EkelerLAC
22RB13Mark Ingram IIBAL
23TE02George KittleSF
24WR08Courtland SuttonDEN
25WR09Adam ThielenMIN
26RB14Aaron JonesGB
27QB02Patrick MahomesKC
28WR10Amari CooperDAL
29WR11Keenan AllenLAC
30RB15Le’Veon BellNYJ
31RB16Devin SingletaryBUF
32RB17Clyde Edwards-HelaireKC
33WR12DeVante ParkerMIA
34WR13Mike EvansTB
35WR14Stefon DiggsBUF
36WR15Tyler LockettSEA
37WR16D.J. MooreCAR
38WR17A.J. GreenCIN
39RB18Leonard FournetteJAC
40RB19James ConnerPIT
41RB20Chris CarsonSEA
42RB21Melvin GordonDEN
43RB22Todd GurleyATL
44QB03Russell WilsonSEA
45WR18JuJu Smith-SchusterPIT
46WR19Terry McLaurinWAS
47WR20Odell Beckham Jr.CLE
48TE03Zach ErtzPHI
49WR21Jarvis LandryCLE
50TE04Darren WallerLV
51RB23Marlon MackIND
52RB24Jonathan TaylorIND
53WR22A.J. BrownTEN
54TE05Hunter HenryLAC
55QB04Deshaun WatsonHOU
56TE06Mark AndrewsBAL
57WR23T.Y. HiltonIND
58WR24Deebo SamuelSF
59WR25D.J. CharkJAC
60RB25James WhiteNE
61RB26Derrius GuiceWAS
62QB05Matt RyanATL
63QB06Kyler MurrayARI
64WR26Robert WoodsLAR
65WR27Marvin JonesDET
66RB27Kerryon JohnsonDET
67QB07Dak PrescottDAL
68TE07Evan EngramNYG
69RB28David JohnsonHOU
70WR28Mike WilliamsLAC
71WR29Christian KirkARI
72QB08Matthew StaffordDET
73QB09Drew BreesNO
74RB29Sony MichelNE
75QB10Aaron RodgersGB
76RB30Raheem MostertSF
77QB11Josh AllenBUF
78WR30Allen RobinsonCHI
79WR31Cooper KuppLAR
80TE08Jonnu SmithTEN
81TE09Mike GesickiMIA
82QB12Baker MayfieldCLE
83RB31David MontgomeryCHI
84WR32John BrownBUF
85WR33Calvin RidleyATL
86RB32D’Andre SwiftDET
87WR34D.K. MetcalfSEA
88WR35Julian EdelmanNE
89TE10Jack DoyleIND
90WR36Marquise BrownBAL
91WR37Henry Ruggs IIILV
92RB33Cam AkersLAR
93RB34Kareem HuntCLE
94TE11Tyler HigbeeLAR
95TE12Dallas GoedertPHI
96RB35Jordan HowardMIA
97WR38Emmanuel SandersNO
98WR39Golden TateNYG
99WR40Sammy WatkinsKC
100RB36Matt BreidaMIA
101WR41Sterling ShepardNYG
102TE13Eric EbronPIT
103TE14Dawson KnoxBUF
104QB13Ben RoethlisbergerPIT
105WR45Brandon AiyukSF
106WR46Breshad PerrimanNYJ
107RB37J.K. DobbinsBAL
108RB38Ke’Shawn VaughnTB
109TE15Chris Herndon IVNYJ
110TE16Will DisslySEA
111QB14Philip RiversIND
112QB15Carson WentzPHI
113RB39Phillip LindsayDEN
114RB40Damien WilliamsKC
115WR47Jerry JeudyDEN
116TE17Kyle RudolphMIN
117QB16Daniel JonesNYG
118QB17Joe BurrowCIN
119WR48Michael GallupDAL
120WR49Cole BeasleyBUF

Quarterbacks

This is one of those weird years where there are a few quarterbacks who are worth an early pick. Lamar Jackson would have been RB18 and the 34th non-quarterback based on his rushing alone. That is some impressive running back company.

When you factor in a decent passing attack, he has to be the unquestioned QB01 this year. Even if you knocked 100 points off his scoring last year, he is still QB04 on the season. Lamar will be a solid investment, even at an early draft position, if you go in on him early you will be rewarded.

Matt Stafford is coming off an injury-shortened season and will be looking to continue a pace that would have had him at QB03 before injury.

Big mobile QBs like Josh Allen, Daniel Jones, and Carson Wentz all provide a nice floor, but you have to watch out for injury so back them up with a late-round option.

Phillip Rivers and Tom Brady are both in new locations, but Father Time remains undefeated, be cautious if you draft them, even if other fantasy rankings have them high.

Running Backs

Josh Jacobs was an absolute beast last year. Playing in only 13 games, he finished 2019 as RB14 in fantasy rankings. If you extend his per-game numbers over the rest of the season, he finishes as RB06. Most rankers presently have him ranked around 18 overall, so he will present a strong value. Especially if Marcus Mariota takes over the job and the Raiders unleash a more mobile running game.

Devin Singletary spent last year having his workload eaten into by an aging and inefficient Frank Gore. With no Gore in his way, Singletary is bound to see an increase in his production. Just by playing in 16 games instead of 12, Singletary would have been RB19, but that does not take into account more usage overall. Singletary has a good chance to finish as a top 12 running back this year.

Clyde Edwards-Helaire will be hyped more and more as we approach the season, he will be good, but remember Super Bowl MVP Damien Williams is still in Kansas City… Cam Akers steps into a backfield that has 223 carries and 31 running back receptions opening up, if he earns the job he will be a year-one stud.

Wide Receiver

Keenan Allen is the definition of a value-pick this year. Allen is one of the best route-running big-play receivers in the NFL. He had 15 plays of 20+ yards last season and that number will only increase with play-action god Tyrod Taylor running Anthony Lynn’s offense. In 2015, Tyrod had the best deep-threat he has ever played consistently with pre-injury Sammy Watkins and that was only over 13 games. Watkins had 1047 yards and 9 TDs over that stretch. If Allen and Tyrod remain healthy, they will be a potent deep-threat on every play.

The DeAndre Hopkins Hype Train is being driven by me and I’ll ride this bad boy right off a cliff. Hopkins will continue to be a monster entering his year 28 season. There are plenty of targets in the Air Raid to go around and should throw even more than last year with a better receiving corps. Hopkins will contend to be WR01 in most fantasy rankings if healthy.

TY Hilton might be primed for a big season IF Phillip Rivers can stay healthy and still chuck it, he carries a big risk though with and aging Rivers at QB.

DeVante Parker sneakily had a big year in Miami, look for him to build on the chemistry he developed last year with Fitzmagic this year and ride it to another big season and climb up fantasy rankings.

Antonio Brown does not presently have an NFL job, but any team that signs him would look to get him involved in their passing offense. Depending upon the team and any potential suspension, he would fall somewhere between WR20 and WR28.

Tight End

Right now all of you looked at the rankings are screaming, “But what about Gronk!?!?” Let’s remember, the last time Rob Gronkowski touched a football field was 2018. Since then he has been an entertainer, a wrestler, and oh yeah dropped a shocking amount of weight. Add in an already crowded tight end room with Cameron Brate and OJ Howard, that is not a situation that looks favorable for a Gronk resurgence. Especially for a guy who has not played a full season since 2011.

The tight end conversation this year is riddled with injury question marks. Creating fantasy rankings for tight ends is tricky enough, but with so many injuries it is even harder. Zach Ertz could be in line for another big year if he stays healthy. Hunter Henry should also be the beneficiary of Tyrod at QB this season if he rebounds from injury. Will Dissly was en fuego last year before tearing up his knee. If he returns close to the start of the season and at full-strength, he will slide to a late-round value. Monitor offseason news religiously and stay on top of any injury news related to tight ends, it could save your season.

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