Here are the top 100 rankings for PPR fantasy football leagues this year. This is a great resource for anyone looking to get started with fantasy football.
Fantasy football 2015: Top 100 rankings for PPR leagues – SBNation.com
The 2015 NFL Draft is just around the corner, which means rosters will fill out with the nearly 300 rookies entering the league.
This will impact fantasy football rankings, which are of particular note as dynasty leagues begin their 2015 drafts.
Last week, we put together Top 200 rankings for standard leagues. Now, we are back with Top 100 rankings for PPR leagues.
All of this will, of course, change in the coming days.
Next week, we embark on a four-night roller coaster of emotions that even the cast of Furious 7 would look at and say, “Screw that, I’m out.”
By next week, Philip Rivers could be wearing blue and white (sorry, Chargers fans), Adrian Peterson could be sporting the silver and black (sorry, Vikings fans), or Marcus Mariota could be Fireman Ed’s new favorite thing (sorry, Mariota fans.)
But that’s next week.
These “rankings as of this moment” are just that.
But first, a few quick notes…
Here’s a breakdown and a chart for the top 200 rankings for Fantasy Football for the 2015 season. It’s a great resource for those who are thinking ahead!
Fantasy football 2015: Top 200 rankings – SBNation.com
The league never stops, so why should fantasy?
Football is coming.
To be honest, football is always coming.
Even if you ignore free agency, the month of March, just to name a month, and saw two of the league’s absolute biggest fantasy names — Jimmy Graham and LeSean McCoy — change teams, there are enough other moves around those to keep depth-chart trackers in business for weeks.
And that’s a month that is just about as far from actual games being played as it gets.
With that in mind, it makes sense to make fantasy rankings close to a year-round process as possible. So, below is a top 200 for 2015 fantasy.
Everything below is “rankings as of the moment.” Before the draft, no rookies will be in the rankings, because I don’t know where they’ll end up for certain, and players I expect to eventually lose their jobs to new draftees still have them.
Possible suspensions are still only possible, so players are ranked as though that isn’t a concern. Guys who are still free agents as of an update don’t get ranked.
Any, I don’t know, star Minnesota running backs who might switch teams but haven’t done so as of the ranking update will still be ranked on their team.
(Also, no defenses or kickers, because blech.)