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Regular Season, Updated: 6/17/19

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

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

Rankings:  Top 200 | QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DEF | DL | LB | DB | Print | MFL Power

Legend:   Upside = Upside   Risk = Risk   ADP = Average Draft Position
ADP courtesy of FantasyFootballCalculator 
Chg Rank Player Tm Bye
  1 Darius Leonard IND 6
  2 Lavonte David TB 7
Tier 2
  3 Tremaine Edmunds BUF 6
  4 Blake Martinez GB 11
  5 Deion Jones ATL 9
  6 Leighton Vander Esch DAL 8
  7 Luke Kuechly CAR 7
8 Roquan Smith CHI 6
9 Devin White TB 7
  10 Alec Ogletree NYG 11
11 Bobby Wagner SEA 11
  12 Cory Littleton LAR 9
  13 Devin Bush PIT 7
Tier 3
  14 Jaylon Smith DAL 8
  15 Khalil Mack CHI 6
16 C.J. Mosley NYJ 4
  17 Joe Schobert CLE 7
  18 Myles Jack JAC 10
19 Kiko Alonso MIA 5
  20 Patrick Onwuasor BAL 8
  21 Jordan Hicks ARI 12
  22 Christian Kirksey CLE 7
  23 Mason Foster WAS 10
  24 DeMario Davis NO 9
  25 Jarrad Davis DET 5
  26 Tahir Whitehead OAK 6
  27 Eric Kendricks MIN 12
28 Jayon Brown TEN 11
  29 Kwon Alexander SF 4
  30 Von Miller DEN 10
31 Wesley Woodyard TEN 11
  32 Avery Williamson NYJ 4
  33 Zach Cunningham HOU 10
34 T.J. Watt PIT 7
Tier 4
  35 Thomas Davis LAC 12
  36 Chandler Jones ARI 12
  37 Bradley Chubb DEN 10
38 Todd Davis DEN 10
  39 Anthony Hitchens KC 12
  40 Raekwon McMillan MIA 5
  41 Matt Milano BUF 6
  42 K.J. Wright SEA 11
43 Germaine Pratt CIN 9
  44 Ryan Kerrigan WAS 10
  45 Danny Trevathan CHI 6
  46 Nigel Bradham PHI 10
  47 Preston Brown CIN 9
  48 Jadeveon Clowney HOU 10
  49 Kyle Van Noy NE 10
  50 Lorenzo Alexander BUF 6
  51 Vince Williams PIT 7
  52 Haason Reddick ARI 12
  53 Justin Houston IND 6
  54 Fred Warner SF 4
55 Benardrick McKinney HOU 10
  56 Josh Allen JAC 10
  57 Mychal Kendricks SEA 11
  58 Brandon Marshall OAK 6
  59 De'Vondre Campbell ATL 9
  60 Genard Avery CLE 7
  61 Darron Lee KC 12
  62 Jerome Baker MIA 5
  63 Deone Bucannon TB 7
  64 Kenny Young BAL 8
  65 Denzel Perryman LAC 12
  66 Anthony Barr MIN 12
Tier 5
  67 Anthony Walker Jr. IND 6
  68 Nick Vigil CIN 9
  69 Dont'a Hightower NE 10
  70 Matt Judon BAL 8
  71 Preston Smith GB 11
  72 Alex Anzalone NO 9
  73 Lorenzo Carter NYG 11
  74 Foyesade Oluokun ATL 9
  75 Christian Jones DET 5
  76 Jake Ryan JAC 10
  77 Vontaze Burfict OAK 6
  78 Harold Landry TEN 11
79 Sean Lee DAL 8
  80 Ja'Whaun Bentley NE 10
  81 A.J. Klein NO 9
82 Reggie Ragland KC 12
  83 Devon Kennard DET 5
  84 Clay Matthews LAR 9
  85 Mark Barron PIT 7
  86 Terrell Suggs ARI 12
  87 Shaq Thompson CAR 7
  88 Leonard Floyd CHI 6
  89 Quincy Williams JAC 10
  90 Cameron Wake TEN 11
  91 Ben Banogu IND 6
  92 Jordan Jenkins NYJ 4
  93 Za'Darius Smith GB 11
  94 Rashaan Evans TEN 11
  95 Oren Burks GB 11
  96 Jatavis Brown LAC 12
Tier 6
  97 Shaun Dion Hamilton WAS 10
  98 Bud Dupree PIT 7
  99 Whitney Mercilus HOU 10
  100 Chase Winovich NE 10
  101 Jahlani Tavai DET 5
  102 Dante Fowler, Jr. LAR 9
  103 B.J. Goodson NYG 11
  104 Kamu Grugier-Hill PHI 10
  105 Josey Jewell DEN 10
  106 Malcolm Smith SF 4
  107 L.J. Fort PHI 10
  108 Jermaine Carter Jr. CAR 7
  109 Barkevious Mingo SEA 11
  110 Samson Ebukam LAR 9
  111 Paul Worrilow PHI 10
  112 Damien Wilson KC 12
  113 Tae Davis NYG 11
  114 Duke Riley ATL 9
  115 Jordan Evans CIN 9
  116 Tim Williams BAL 8
  117 Mack Wilson CLE 7
  118 Tyus Bowser BAL 8
  119 Uchenna Nwosu LAC 12
  120 Cody Barton SEA 11
  121 Eli Harold BUF 6
  Darius Leonard, IND: The top five or so LBs are essentially interchangeable based on the tackle and assist numbers, but I can't give anybody else the top spot here, as Leonard benefits from a generous official scorer in Indy and his ridiculous rookie numbers -- 163 total tackles (111 solos).

  Lavonte David, TB: David has maybe lost a step, but without Kwon Alexander he's going to eat up tackles as he mentors a young Devin White. Health is a concern, but this defense is on the field a lot.

  Tremaine Edmunds, BUF: Edmunds is in a great spot for production and should excel in his role as Buffalo's top LB. He posted 121 tackles in his rookie season.

  Blake Martinez, GB: Martinez made 144 tackles for the second straight season and he doesn't have a lot of help. He's a lock for the Top 10 LBs.

  Deion Jones, ATL: Jones is entering the final year of his rookie deal after missing 10 games with a foot injury last season. He could fly under the radar in IDP drafts.

  Leighton Vander Esch, DAL: I had my doubts when the Cowboys took him pretty early in last year's draft, but they were quickly cast aside when this guy's talents came to light. His 138 total tackles last season may be tough to hit again, but he's definitely going to make plays and had plenty of upside with his excellent work in short pass coverage.

  Luke Kuechly, CAR: Kuechly is IDP royalty and still a producer, but there are plenty of risks. I'd just as soon focus on younger players and avoid guys who have concussion histories as significant as his.

Roquan Smith, CHI: Smith got off to a slow start because of his holdout, but he's the real deal. He's a lock for around 90-100 tackles and could be the top LB in IDP.

Devin White, TB: White is a playmaker looks a lot like last year's Roquan Smith. He's going to turn a lot of heads and make a lot of tackles as a three-down LB.

  Alec Ogletree, NYG: Ogletree could end up much higher on this list, but he's a player whose IDP numbers belie some poor play. He's a risk.

Bobby Wagner, SEA: Wagner is still a hot IDP commodity and should be poised for another solid season -- but last season's 11 PD were high in relation to his career numbers, and a defensive TD inflated his ranking a bit. Still a lock for Top 15-20, but a better real-life LB than IDP guy.

  Cory Littleton, LAR: Littleton received high grades in pass coverage in 2018 (13 PD, 3 INT) and is viewed as the "quarterback of the defense" by the Rams -- which helps him bolster already solid tackle numbers.

  Devin Bush, PIT: Bush could be the next great linebacker in Pittsburgh and helps them replace Ryan Shazier. He enters the NFL (after his junior season in college) after earning 2018 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year honors and amassing 19.5 career TFLs with ten sacks and 15 PD.

  Jaylon Smith, DAL: Smith and Vander Esch make up one of the league's best young LB combos. Smith just keeps getting better and making play after play.

  Khalil Mack, CHI: Mack depends a lot on sack numbers and other big plays. As an LB he's just a decent LB2, but as a DE he's a clear DL1.

C.J. Mosley, NYJ: The venue change may not be great for Mosley's IDP numbers, but he's still a top performer who's among the best real-life LBs in the NFL.

  Joe Schobert, CLE: Schobert, when healthy, is among the best IDP producers out there. He posted 144 tackles in 2017 but missed three games last season with hamstring woes.

  Myles Jack, JAC: Jack propels up the rankings with the news that Telvin Smith is taking a year away from football. He's poised for a career season and could go under the radar in drafts.

Kiko Alonso, MIA: Alonso is still hanging around in IDP rankings and should be busy for Miami as the defense looks to shake off a terrible 2018 season.

  Patrick Onwuasor, BAL: With C.J. Mosley off to the Jets, Onwuasor will rack up more tackles and be the Ravens top LB.

  Jordan Hicks, ARI: Hicks has been outstanding when healthy throughout his career, but he has played just 43 of a possible 64 games in four seasons. He could have a career year with the move to Arizona and their weak LB corps.

  Christian Kirksey, CLE: Kirksey's high water mark came in 2017 (146 total tackles) but he missed 9 games last season. He's a candidate for a huge bounceback.

  Mason Foster, WAS: Foster doesn't have a lot of help at ILB in Washington so for now, he's the guy. He's a risk, though -- because he's just not that great a player.

  DeMario Davis, NO: Davis is the top IDP LB in New Orleans and should be busy in 2019. I'm including him in my LB sleepers who could surprise this season.

  Jarrad Davis, DET: Davis had a solid sophomore campaign in 2018 and should improve on his numbers this season. Keep an eye on him if he slips in drafts.

  Tahir Whitehead, OAK: Whitehead is the best option among the Oakland LBs, but that's not saying much. He's a veteran playmaker who'll see plenty of opportunities -- so he could very well outperform my projections and end up among the Top 15-20 IDP LBs.

T.J. Watt, PIT: T.J. Watt may not be as good as J.J., but he's certainly a Top 25 NFL LB in terms of IDP -- for his playmaking ability and monster sack totals (13 in 2018).