2019
NFL Rankings
  • Quarterback
  • Running Back
  • Wide Receiver
  • Tight End
  1. 1
    Patrick Mahomes
    #1

    Patrick Mahomes


    2017 - 284 yards, 62.9% completion, zero touchdowns, one interception (1 game)
    Mahomes didn’t get into a game until Week 17, but he clearly showed the Chiefs enough that they didn’t bring Alex Smith back. Mahomes has a big arm and can also run when needed. He has an embarrassment of weapons to throw the ball to and is a popular breakout candidate. He is a QB2 with the chance of being a starter

  2. 2
    Andrew Luck
    #2

    Andrew Luck


    You must be a huge gambler if you are even thinking of drafting this guy. I know the talent is there, but the injuries to his shoulder just keep mounting and never heal. He hasn’t even thrown a football in forever, and I have ZERO confidence he will be healthy. And even if he is, I have less confidence that he will stay healthy. I know his dad runs the XFL, but there’s still no reason to draft him

  3. 3
    Aaron Rodgers
    #3

    Aaron Rodgers


    2017 - 1,675 yards, 64.7% completion, 16 touchdowns, 6 interceptions (7 games)
    Rodgers broke his collarbone for the second time in five years. He was having a good season, but not a typical Aaron Rodgers year. He lost Jordy Nelson to free agency, but gained Jimmy Graham at tight end. He is now 34 years old, but has many good years left in him as long as he can stay healthy he will be top two

  4. 4
    Deshaun Watson
    #4

    Deshaun Watson


    One of the tragedies of the 2017 season was when Watson tore his ACL. He had quickly turned into one of the most dynamic players in the NFL. His final four games before the injury he had a total of 17 touchdowns (16 passing, 1 rushing) in case you forgot. He has one of the best receivers in football in DeAndre Hopkins, and Watson looks to take his place among the elite NFL QBs this season.

  5. 5
    Matt Ryan
    #5

    Matt Ryan


    2017 - 4,095 yards, 64.7% completion, 20 touchdowns, 12 interceptions
    Ryan had his MVP season in 2016, and I was not the least bit surprised that he didn’t repeat that performance. He was back to the usual Matt Ryan in 2017. His yardage totals are nice, but I don’t see him topping 25 touchdowns this season. He’s a fringe starting fantasy QB, but for me he is a high end QB2.

  6. 6
    Russell Wilson
    #6

    Russell Wilson


    2017 - 3,983 yards, 61.3% completion, 34 touchdowns, 11 interceptions
    Wilson's career has been running for his life behind a very suspect offensive line. It is a good thing he a great improviser, because they didn’t improve the line. Wilson has to hope his running game improves, and he lost Jimmy Graham. I don’t know how he does it, but somehow Wilson will be one of the top ten QBs in fantasy

  7. 7
    Baker Mayfield
    #7

    Baker Mayfield


    2017 - 4,627 yards, 70.5% completion, 43 touchdowns, 6 interceptions (14 games in college)
    The top pick is the latest in a long line of Cleveland quarterbacks. Detractors will tell you he’s too short. Supporters say he is a leader with a good enough arm, and leadership skills. He has solid weapons but I’m a hair hesitant on Mayfiefld. He will start before long and is a QB2 with lots of potential

  8. 8
    Drew Brees
    #8

    Drew Brees


    2017 - 4,334 yards, 72% completion, 23 touchdowns, 8 interceptions
    It was a down year by Brees standards, while the yardage was there, the 23 touchdowns were his lowest in 15 years. The team really turned to a run first approach with the breakout of Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram’s repeated strong play. I am downgrading Brees a little given the offense last year, but I still expect 25 touchdowns

  9. 9
    Cam Newton
    #9

    Cam Newton


    2017 - 3,302 yards, 59.1% completion, 22 touchdowns, 16 interceptions
    Cam has always brought extra fantasy value because of his ability to run, but the Panthers are looking for him to improve his passing in 2018. They spent their first round pick on D.J. Moore, and 2017 second rounder Curtis Samuel will be back. When all goes right Cam is a lower end QB1.

  10. 10
    Jameis Winston
    #10

    Jameis Winston


    2017 - 3,504 yards, 63.8% completion, 19 touchdowns, 11 interceptions (13 games)
    It was a significant step back for Winston, but he wasn’t healthy. There’s still a lot to like here. Winston has a big arm, can make any throw ,he still has Mike Evans and DeSean Jackson. He's suspended three games but wasn't gonna be your starter anyway, so as a QB2 you wouldn't need him early. Still a midtier QB2

  11. 11
    Jared Goff
    #11

    Jared Goff


    2017 - 3,804 yards, 62.1% completion, 28 touchdowns, 7 interceptions
    I love what I have seen from Goff, and weapons around him have improved again. The team went out and traded for Brandin Cooks for a real deep threat. With Cooks,Woods, and Kupp, he has three solid receivers to throw to. Throw in Todd Gurley who can catch a ton of passes and there’s no reason that Goff can't be even better in 2018

  12. 12
    Philip Rivers
    #12

    Philip Rivers


    2017 - 4,515 yards, 62.6% completion, 28 touchdowns, 10 interceptions
    The loss of Hunter Henry hurts, but Rivers still has weapons galore. Keenan Allen is one of the ten best receivers in football when healthy, he has two great pass catchers out of the backfield, and hopefully second year man Mike Williams shows improvement. Rivers will be a sure fire QB1 again this year.

  13. 13
    Lamar Jackson
  14. 14
    Carson Wentz
    #14

    Carson Wentz


    2017 - 3,296 yards, 60.2% completion, 33 touchdowns, 7 interceptions (13 games)
    Wentz had a breakout season in 2017 before an ACL tear ended it early. However, he showed me all I need to see in order to put him among the best in the league. Sure, his receivers aren’t the best, but you can do worse than Jeffery, Agholor, and Mike Wallace. Wentz will throw 30 scores again and be among the elite

  15. 15
    Ben Roethlisberger
    #15

    Ben Roethlisberger


    2017 - 4,251 yards, 64.2% completion, 28 touchdowns, 14 interceptions
    Big Ben went from talking about retirement to pissed off that another QB was drafted. I guess he’s not ready to hang em up just yet. Martavis Bryant might be gone, but Juju Smith-Schuster is a great number two. They also used a second round pick on James Washington. With his riches at skill positions, Ben should get near 30 TDs

  16. 16
    Kyler Murray
  17. 17
    Josh Allen
  18. 18
    Dak Prescott
    #18

    Dak Prescott


    2017 - 3,324 yards, 62.9% completion, 22 touchdowns, 13 interceptions
    While his touchdown numbers didn’t fall much, Prescott certainly didn’t look like the same quarterback in 2017. The Cowboys are now without anything close to a playmaker at wide receiver, and Jason Witten retired. I like Prescott as a quarterback, but his lack of weapons concerns me and makes him a mid range QB2.

  19. 19
    Kirk Cousins
  20. 20
    Jimmy Garoppolo
    #20

    Jimmy Garoppolo


    2017 - 1,560 yards, 67.4% completion, 7 touchdowns, 5 interceptions (6 games)
    Garoppolo came in the last six weeks of the season and transformed the entire Niners organization with a winning flair. Sure, he didn’t have the greatest touchdown numbers, but he also had crap around him. The Niners have upgraded at every offensive position, and I expect Jimmy G to be a top ten fantasy quarterback

  21. 21
    Mitch Trubisky
    #21

    Mitch Trubisky


    2017 - 2,193 yards, 59.4% completion, 7 touchdowns, 7 interceptions (12 games)
    After looking lost early, Trubisky did show some signs of life by Week 17. The Bears brought in head coach Matt Nagy who was the Chiefs OC ,that made Alex Smith look like good. Allen Robinson, Taylor Gabriel, and Trey Burton for Trubisky are new for Trubiskyto throw to, and Trubisky could grow into a QB1 by season end.

  22. 22
    Tom Brady
    #22

    Tom Brady


    2017 - 4,577 yards, 66.3% completion, 32 touchdowns, 8 interceptions
    Brady continues to dominate even though he is about to be 41. Sure he lost Brandin Cooks and Danny Amendola, but his career has been littered with no name receivers that Brady has turned into stars. Julian Edelman is suspended four games, but Brady is still a legend and will be a top three quarterback this season.

  23. 23
    Sam Darnold
  24. 24
    Derek Carr
    #24

    Derek Carr


    2017 - 3,496 yards, 62.7% completion, 22 touchdowns, 13 interceptions
    It was a second straight season of diminishing stats for Carr, but a back injury really derailed him. Carr tried to play through it, but sometimes that's worse than sitting out. He was given Jordy Nelson and Martavis Bryant as new weapons this season, and with new coach Jon Gruden I am looking for a nice bounceback from Carr

  25. 25
    Matthew Stafford
    #25

    Matthew Stafford


    2017 - 4,446 yards, 65.7% completion, 29 touchdowns, 10 interceptions
    The Lions didn’t make many moves to improve their offense, except drafting Keryonn Johnson to try to improve the running game. Hopefully a balanced offense will make Stafford even better. He will look for Kenny Golladay to improve even more and give the Lions a dynamic passing game. Stafford will be a borderline QB1 this year

  26. 26
    Marcus Mariota
    #26

    Marcus Mariota


    2017 - 3,232 yards, 62% completion, 13 touchdowns, 15 interceptions (13 games)
    The Titans brought in the Rams OC to try to help after the disaster that was Mariota last season, but I am still not buying it. I have watched poor decision making, holding the ball too long, and a knack to get injured. The receivers are largely young and inexperienced. I might not even trust Mariota as my second QB.

  27. 27
    Nick Foles
  28. 28
    Joe Flacco
    #28

    Joe Flacco


    2017 - 3,141 yards, 64.1% completion, 18 touchdowns, 13 interceptions
    Flacco has reached 20 touchdowns just twice in the last five seasons. The Ravens completely revamped their receivers this year. However, the team drafted Lamar Jackson with the last pick in the first round, so there is a ton of pressure on Flacco to perform. He is nothing more than a low end QB2 who could be benched by December

  29. 29
    Andy Dalton
    #29

    Andy Dalton


    2017 - 3,320 yards, 59.9% completion, 25 touchdowns, 12 interceptions
    While Dalton certainly isn’t the most accurate passer in the league, he has thrown 25 touchdowns in two of the last three seasons. If last year’s top ten pick John Ross becomes what we had hoped, Dalton has three solid weapons to choose from. With better than average tight ends, I think Dalton could challenge those 25 touchdowns

  30. 30
    Josh Rosen
  1. 1
    Ezekiel Elliott
    #1

    Ezekiel Elliott


  2. 2
    Saquon Barkley
  3. 3
    Christian McCaffrey
  4. 4
    Alvin Kamara
  5. 5
    Melvin Gordon
  6. 6
    James Conner
  7. 7
    Joe Mixon
  8. 8
    Todd Gurley
  9. 9
    David Johnson
  10. 10
    Le'Veon Bell
  11. 11
    Dalvin Cook
  12. 12
    Nick Chubb
  13. 13
    Aaron Jones
  14. 14
    Leonard Fournette
  15. 15
    Marlon Mack
  16. 16
    Sony Michel
  17. 17
    Josh Jacobs
  18. 18
    Devonta Freeman
  19. 19
    Derrick Henry
  20. 20
    Kerryon Johnson
  21. 21
    Mark Ingram
  22. 22
    Damien Williams
  23. 23
    Chris Carson
  24. 24
    Phillip Lindsay
  25. 25
    David Montgomery
  26. 26
    Derrius Guice
  27. 27
    Tarik Cohen
  28. 28
    Kenyan Drake
  29. 29
    Rashaad Penny
  30. 30
    James White
  1. 1
    DeAndre Hopkins
    #1

    DeAndre Hopkins



  2. 2
    Davante Adams
  3. 3
    Michael Thomas
  4. 4
    Mike Evans
  5. 5
    Odell Beckham, Jr
  6. 6
    Julio Jones
  7. 7
    Juju Smith-Schuster
  8. 8
    Antonio Brown
  9. 9
    Amari Cooper
  10. 10
    Adam Theilen
  11. 11
    Keenan Allen
  12. 12
    Stefon Diggs
  13. 13
    A.J. Green
  14. 14
    T.Y. Hilton
  15. 15
    Brandin Cooks
  16. 16
    Cooper Kupp
  17. 17
    Kenny Golladay
  18. 18
    Robert Woods
  19. 19
    Julian Edelman
  20. 20
    Jarvis Landry
  21. 21
    Allen Robinson
  22. 22
    Tyler Lockett
  23. 23
    Alshon Jeffrey
  24. 24
    Chris Godwin
  25. 25
    Tyler Boyd
  26. 26
    Sammy Watkins
  27. 27
    Calvin Ridley
  28. 28
    DJ Moore
  29. 29
    Mike Williams
  30. 30
    Marvin Jones
    #30

    Marvin Jones