Fantasy Football Today - fantasy football rankings, cheatsheets, and information
A Fantasy Football Community!

Log In  | Sign Up  |  Contact      

 Rankings/Projections > Player Rankings  
Regular Season, Updated: 9/5/2022

Projections:  QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DEF | DL | LB | DB

Rankings with Outlooks:  QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DL | LB | DB

Rankings:  Top 225 | QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DEF | DL | LB | DB | Print | MFL Power

Options:  Non-PPR | Half-PPR | PPR

Upside = Upside   Risk = Risk

ADP: Average Draft Position (Consensus)
Chg Rk Player Tm Bye ADP
  1 Cooper Kupp LAR 7 WR1
  2 Justin Jefferson MIN 7 WR2
  3 Ja'Marr Chase CIN 10 WR3
Tier 2
  4 Stefon Diggs BUF 7 WR5
  5 CeeDee Lamb DAL 9 WR6
  6 Tyreek Hill MIA 11 WR8
7 Deebo Samuel SF 9 WR7
  8 Davante Adams LV 6 WR4
  9 Mike Evans TB 11 WR9
Tier 3
  10 Tee Higgins CIN 10 WR13
  11 D.J. Moore CAR 13 WR14
  12 Mike Williams LAC 8 WR16
  13 A.J. Brown PHI 7 WR10
  14 Michael Pittman Jr. IND 14 WR12
  15 DK Metcalf SEA 11 WR20
  16 Keenan Allen LAC 8 WR11
  17 Courtland Sutton DEN 9 WR15
  18 Brandin Cooks HOU 6 WR23
19 Diontae Johnson PIT 9 WR18
  20 Terry McLaurin WAS 14 WR17
  21 Amon-Ra St. Brown DET 6 WR22
  22 Darnell Mooney CHI 14 WR29
  23 Jerry Jeudy DEN 9 WR27
  24 JuJu Smith-Schuster KC 8 WR30
  25 Gabriel Davis BUF 7 WR25
Tier 4
  26 Michael Thomas NO 14 WR28
  27 Allen Robinson LAR 7 WR21
28 Rashod Bateman BAL 10 WR33
  29 Jaylen Waddle MIA 11 WR19
  30 Chris Godwin TB 11 WR26
  31 Adam Thielen MIN 7 WR31
  32 Elijah Moore NYJ 10 WR35
  33 Amari Cooper CLE 9 WR32
  34 Hunter Renfrow LV 6 WR38
  35 Drake London ATL 14 WR39
  36 Christian Kirk JAC 11 WR41
  37 Kadarius Toney NYG 9 WR49
  38 Marquise Brown ARI 13 WR24
Tier 5
  39 Robert Woods TEN 6 WR42
  40 Allen Lazard GB 14 WR36
  41 Tyler Lockett SEA 11 WR44
  42 Brandon Aiyuk SF 9 WR40
  43 DeAndre Hopkins ARI 13 WR34
  44 Russell Gage TB 11 WR59
  45 Chris Olave NO 14 WR43
  46 Treylon Burks TEN 6 WR45
  47 Chase Claypool PIT 9 WR47
Tier 6
  48 Tyler Boyd CIN 10 WR53
  49 Nico Collins HOU 6 WR67
  50 Mecole Hardman KC 8 WR64
  51 DeVonta Smith PHI 7 WR37
  52 Marquez Valdes-Scantling KC 8 WR54
  53 Kenny Golladay NYG 9 WR72
  54 Jakobi Meyers NE 10 WR61
  55 Robbie Anderson CAR 13 WR78
  56 DeVante Parker NE 10 WR60
  57 George Pickens PIT 9 WR46
  58 Michael Gallup DAL 9 WR50
  59 Skyy Moore KC 8 WR48
  60 Van Jefferson LAR 7 WR86
  61 Jarvis Landry NO 14 WR55
  62 Rondale Moore ARI 13 WR62
  63 Julio Jones TB 11 WR52
  64 Garrett Wilson NYJ 10 WR51
  65 Romeo Doubs GB 14 WR57
  66 Jalen Tolbert DAL 9 WR70
Tier 7
  67 Jahan Dotson WAS 14 WR58
  68 Josh Palmer LAC 8 WR65
  69 Corey Davis NYJ 10 WR80
  70 KJ Hamler DEN 9 WR77
  71 K.J. Osborn MIN 7 WR74
  72 Christian Watson GB 14 WR71
  73 Parris Campbell IND 14 WR76
  74 Isaiah McKenzie BUF 7 WR63
  75 Curtis Samuel WAS 14 -
  76 Marvin Jones JAC 11 WR79
  77 Alec Pierce IND 14 WR66
  78 Wan'Dale Robinson NYG 9 WR69
  79 Jameson Williams DET 6 WR68
  80 Devin Duvernay BAL 10 -
  81 Nick Westbrook-Ikhine TEN 6 -
  82 D.J. Chark DET 6 WR56
  83 Sammy Watkins GB 14 WR75
  84 Donovan Peoples-Jones CLE 9 WR81
Tier 8
  85 Randall Cobb GB 14 WR82
  86 Cedrick Wilson MIA 11 -
  87 Zay Jones JAC 11 -
  88 A.J. Green ARI 13 WR85
  89 Dee Eskridge SEA 11 -
  90 Velus Jones Jr. CHI 14 -
  91 Nelson Agholor NE 10 -
  92 Anthony Schwartz CLE 9 -
  93 Braxton Berrios NYJ 10 -
  94 Jamison Crowder BUF 7 -
  95 Jalen Guyton LAC 8 -
  96 Terrace Marshall Jr. CAR 13 -
  97 Sterling Shepard NYG 9 -
  98 Olamide Zaccheaus ATL 14 -
  99 Bryan Edwards ATL 14 -
  100 Byron Pringle CHI 14 -
  101 David Bell CLE 9 WR83
  102 Quez Watkins PHI 7 WR84
  103 Laviska Shenault CAR 13 -
  104 Zach Pascal PHI 7 -
  105 Equanimeous St. Brown CHI 14 -
  106 Ben Skowronek LAR 7 -
  107 Josh Reynolds DET 6 -
  108 Kendrick Bourne NE 10 -
  109 Jauan Jennings SF 9 -
  110 Mack Hollins LV 6 -
  111 Antoine Wesley ARI 13 -
Tier 9
  112 James Proche BAL 10 -
  113 Kyle Philips TEN 6 -
  114 Noah Brown DAL 9 -
  115 Marquise Goodwin SEA 11 -
  116 Amari Rodgers GB 14 -
  117 James Washington DAL 9 -
  118 Phillip Dorsett HOU 6 -
  119 Trent Sherfield MIA 11 -
  120 Tyler Johnson HOU 6 -
  121 Marquez Callaway NO 14 -
  122 Tutu Atwell LAR 7 -
  123 Miles Boykin PIT 9 -
  124 Jalen Reagor MIN 7 -
  125 Breshad Perriman TB 11 -
  126 Simi Fehoko DAL 9 -
  127 Ashton Dulin IND 14 -
  128 Khalil Shakir BUF 7 -
  129 Ray-Ray McCloud SF 9 -
  130 Tylan Wallace BAL 10 -
  131 Kalif Raymond DET 6 -
  132 Deonte Harty NO 14 -
  133 Odell Beckham Jr. FA - WR73
  134 Will Fuller FA - -
  Cooper Kupp, LAR: Blew the lid off the receiver position last season. A top five pick depending on league style.

  Justin Jefferson, MIN: One of the elites. 1400 and 1600-yard seasons to start his career.

  Ja'Marr Chase, CIN: 5th in PPR scoring among WRs as a rookie. Sky is the limit.

  Stefon Diggs, BUF: Solid high-end WR1 in a stable, high-scoring offense.

  CeeDee Lamb, DAL: It's no longer a mystery. Lamb is the No.1 receiver in Dallas.

  Tyreek Hill, MIA: QB drop-off is real but Hill should feast in the short-to-intermediate range. More of a mid-range WR1.

Deebo Samuel, SF: Wanted out of SF this off-season. Rushing role (8 TDs) was key to his success in 2021.

  Davante Adams, LV: Won't have the same chemistry as he did with Rodgers, but too talented not to be a WR1.

  Mike Evans, TB: At least 1000 yards every year he's been in the league (8). Double-digit TDs the last two years with Brady.

  Tee Higgins, CIN: Could be the No.1 WR on most teams. Shoulder surgery this off-season.

  D.J. Moore, CAR: Good receiver on a bad team. Three-straight 1100-yard seasons.

  Mike Williams, LAC: One of the most undervalued players in 2021. Won't get him in Round 10 this season.

  A.J. Brown, PHI: Brown moves from one run-heavy team to another. Fewer nagging injuries would do wonders.

  Michael Pittman Jr., IND: Solid WR2 but lacks upside in Colts' run-heavy attack.

  DK Metcalf, SEA: A third double-digit TD season could be in jeopardy due to shaky QB play.

  Keenan Allen, LAC: Isn't going to beat you deep but Allen's posted 100-plus catches in four out of the last five seasons.

  Courtland Sutton, DEN: Looking to get back to the glory days of 2019 (72-1112-6) when he finished as the WR29 (PPR).

  Brandin Cooks, HOU: The man just keeps producing regardless of circumstances. Clear No.1 option in Houston.

Diontae Johnson, PIT: Riskier pick due to QB situation but should still lead the team in receptions.

  Terry McLaurin, WAS: Solid WR2 even with Wentz at the helm.

  Amon-Ra St. Brown, DET: Can the slot receiver hold his volume with all the new additions in Detroit?

  Darnell Mooney, CHI: Not a true No.1 but is on the Bears. 4 TDs in each of his first two seasons.

  Jerry Jeudy, DEN: Bothered by an ankle injury in 2021. Better QB play should improve fantasy outlook.

  JuJu Smith-Schuster, KC: Won't replace Hill but has the best chance of any KC wideout to lead the team in yardage & TDs.

  Gabriel Davis, BUF: Should move into No.2 wideout role this season.

  Michael Thomas, NO: Hasn't played since the 2020 season. Difficult to project his attitude and role.

  Allen Robinson, LAR: Will replace OBJ as the team's No.2 wideout. The move out of Chicago should be beneficial.

Rashod Bateman, BAL: De facto top WR option for Lamar with Marquise Brown gone.

  Jaylen Waddle, MIA: Coming off a 100-catch season. Loses some ceiling with Hill in the mix. A low-end WR2.

  Chris Godwin, TB: Coming off mid-December ACL tear. Ready for Week 1?

  Adam Thielen, MIN: He's fallen in the pecking order behind Jefferson but Cousins trusts him around the goaline. 24 TDs the last two seasons.

  Elijah Moore, NYJ: Will play more of slot role this year with Wilson and Davis on the outside. Worth a look in PPR leagues.

  Amari Cooper, CLE: Undisputed WR1 in Cleveland but could be a volatile season given QB situation.

  Hunter Renfrow, LV: Coming off a career year (103-1038-9). Figures to be busy in the slot.

  Drake London, ATL: Rookie has little competition for targets. Expected to start Week 1.

  Christian Kirk, JAC: The contract that sent shockwaves across the league. Unlikely to live up to the deal.

  Kadarius Toney, NYG: Talented player in Year 2 with a wide range of outcomes.

  Marquise Brown, ARI: Could have WR1 value while D-Hop sits.

  Robert Woods, TEN: Veteran presence that will likely be undervalued and overshadowed by flashy rookie.

  Allen Lazard, GB: Wide range of outcomes makes Lazard a risky redraft pick.

  Tyler Lockett, SEA: Three-straight 1000-yard seasons with Russ. Can't expect the same given QB situation.

  Brandon Aiyuk, SF: New offensive style under Lance may not be able to support two fantasy wideouts.

  DeAndre Hopkins, ARI: Suspended the first six games.

  Russell Gage, TB: Should have some value early in the season filling in for Godwin.

  Chris Olave, NO: Landry signing takes some of the shine off Olave. Expected to be involved in three-WR sets.

  Treylon Burks, TEN: Rookie has been buried on the depth chart during camp but should start at somepoint during the season.

  Chase Claypool, PIT: TDs took a dive last season. Talent is there to make a splash.

  Tyler Boyd, CIN: WR4 unless something happens to Chase or Higgins.

  Nico Collins, HOU: Should start on the outside opposite Cooks. Late-round dart throw.

  Mecole Hardman, KC: Groin injury on 8/17. Will he see an increased role now that Tyreek is gone?

  DeVonta Smith, PHI: Likely to take a step back with A.J. Brown in town.

  Marquez Valdes-Scantling, KC: Deep threat that could provide some week-winning value. Likely volatile.

  Kenny Golladay, NYG: Hasn't been fantasy relevant since 2019. Still, the lead WR on the team and should come cheap in drafts.

  Jakobi Meyers, NE: Finally go over the TD hump in 2022. Won't be consistent in New England's run-first offense.

  Robbie Anderson, CAR: Coming off his worst season since 2016. Deep ball has disappeared since he moved to CAR.

  DeVante Parker, NE: Parker is an upgrade for the Patriots' receiving corps but it's where receivers go to die.

  George Pickens, PIT: Round 2 pick should see the field early likely on the outside opposite Claypool with Diontae in the slot.

  Michael Gallup, DAL: Coming off ACL injury. Not expected to be ready for Week 1.

  Skyy Moore, KC: Rookie could have significant role in Year 1 but he'll likely be overvalued in redraft leagues.

  Van Jefferson, LAR: Knee issue during camp. Could be ready for Week 1. A late-round consideration.

  Jarvis Landry, NO: A veteran presence this group sorely needed. Coming off his worst season as a pro.

  Rondale Moore, ARI: Should have more opportunity with Kirk gone.

  Julio Jones, TB: 33-year-old lands in a decent spot depending on health of Godwin. Unlikely to be a target hog in this offense.

  Garrett Wilson, NYJ: Rookie is likely to start but fantasy appeal isn't great given team environment.

  Romeo Doubs, GB: Rookie is getting praise from Rodgers. Should see playing time Week 1.

  Jahan Dotson, WAS: Volume will be a concern for the rookie especially if Samuel can stay injury free.

  Corey Davis, NYJ: Davis is the forgotten man in the starting lineup with Wilson and Moore getting most of the hype.

  Christian Watson, GB: Knee issue isn't a great sign for his Year 1 fantasy impact.

  Parris Campbell, IND: Run-heavy offense likely won't support more than one fantasy wideout.

  Curtis Samuel, WAS: Never got fully healthy last season. Commanders may want production for the contract they gave him.

  Marvin Jones, JAC: 32 years old. Could get lost in the shuffle with all the new faces.

  Alec Pierce, IND: 2nd round draft pick but unlikely to have much fantasy value this season.

  Jameson Williams, DET: ACL injury in early January. Will miss at least 4 games. DET has a bye in Week 6. Unrealistic to expect big things in rookie season.

  D.J. Chark, DET: Value should be highest early in the season while Jameson Williams (ACL) rehabs.

  Sammy Watkins, GB: Watkins could led the team in receiving or but cut during camp.

  Donovan Peoples-Jones, CLE: Deep threat will need Watson at the helm to maximize value.

  Zay Jones, JAC: Deep leagues only. Could be relevant if new staff likes what they see in camp.

  Velus Jones Jr., CHI: Rookie will make an impact on Special Teams. How much he plays on offense remains to be seen.

  Jamison Crowder, BUF: Lost his grip on the slot role to Isaiah McKenzie.

  Sterling Shepard, NYG: Coming off Achilles injury in mid-December.

  Byron Pringle, CHI: Doubtful Fields can support two fantasy wide receivers and a tight end.

  David Bell, CLE: Rookie has opportunity to start. Camp will be crucial.

  Laviska Shenault, CAR: Seems stuck in a low-ADoT role with some rushing yards mixed in.