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: 7/9/2020

Want Custom Fantasy Scoring?
You are not logged in. You must be logged in and create a league profile to apply custom fantasy scoring to the stats, projections and rankings pages. Login or Register


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 Version | MFL Power

Options:  Sort by Rankings | Sort by Last Name


Legend:   Upside = Upside   Risk = Risk   ADP = Average Draft Position
FF Today Standard Scoring: Review Scoring
 Lamar Jackson, BAL (Bye: 8)
1
Height: 6’3”   Weight: 200   DOB: 1997-01-07   Age: 23
College: Louisville   Draft: 2018 Round 1 (32) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2018BAL1699 170 1,201 6 3 147 695 5 183.6 11.5
2019BAL15265 401 3,127 36 6 176 1,206 7 463.0 30.9
2020 (Projected)BAL 282 440 3,255 30 12 165 988 6 417.6  

 Patrick Mahomes, KC (Bye: 10)
2
Height: 6’2”   Weight: 225   DOB: 1995-09-17   Age: 24
College: Texas Tech   Draft: 2017 Round 1 (10) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017KC122 35 284 0 1 7 10 0 15.2 15.2
2018KC16383 580 5,097 50 12 60 272 2 494.1 30.9
2019KC14319 484 4,031 26 5 43 218 2 339.4 24.2
2020 (Projected)KC 373 566 4,582 34 9 56 229 2 400.0  

 Dak Prescott, DAL (Bye: 10)
3
Height: 6’2”   Weight: 226   DOB: 1993-07-29   Age: 26
College: Mississippi State   Draft: 2016 Round 4 (37) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017DAL16308 490 3,325 22 13 57 357 6 326.0 20.4
2018DAL16356 526 3,885 22 8 75 305 6 348.8 21.8
2019DAL16388 596 4,902 30 11 52 277 3 410.8 25.7
2020 (Projected)DAL 387 596 4,530 28 12 71 304 4 392.9  

Outlook: Dak posted career highs in passing yards (4,902), passing touchdowns (30), and pass attempts (596) last season in route to an impressive third-overall finish based on fantasy points per game, behind only Lamar Jackson and Jameis Winston. Prescott's 25.7 points per game were nearly four points more per game than in 2018, despite the fact that he rushed for only three rushing touchdowns compared to six in each of his first three seasons in the league.

You can make a strong argument that Prescott boasts the best wide receiving corps in the NFL, with rookie CeeDee Lamb joining an already stacked group of Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup. Add in Zeke Elliott out of the backfield and an improving Blake Jarwin at tight end, and you have a complete set of receiving threats for Dak that should give him another shot at finishing as a top-5 QB.

No other team in the NFL averaged more yards per game than the Cowboys (431.5), yet the team failed to make the playoffs and head coach Jason Garrett was replaced by former Packers HC Mike McCarthy. Considering McCarthy is an offensive-minded head coach who kept offensive coordinator Kellen Moore on staff to call the plays, Dallas should be in line to be another gold mine for fantasy production in 2020.


 Kyler Murray, ARI (Bye: 8)
4
Height: 5’10”   Weight: 207   DOB: 1997-08-07   Age: 22
College: Oklahoma   Draft: 2019 Round 1 (1) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2019ARI16349 542 3,722 20 12 93 544 4 344.5 21.5
2020 (Projected)ARI 374 585 4,154 25 13 97 513 3 377.0  

 Russell Wilson, SEA (Bye: 6)
5
Height: 5’11”   Weight: 206   DOB: 1988-11-29   Age: 31
College: Wisconsin   Draft: 2012 Round 3 (12) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017SEA16339 553 3,983 34 11 95 586 3 411.8 25.7
2018SEA16280 427 3,448 35 7 67 376 0 350.0 21.9
2019SEA16341 516 4,110 31 5 75 342 3 381.7 23.9
2020 (Projected)SEA 321 494 3,950 30 8 74 361 3 371.6  

 Deshaun Watson, HOU (Bye: 8)
6
Height: 6’2”   Weight: 221   DOB: 1995-09-14   Age: 24
College: Clemson   Draft: 2017 Round 1 (12) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017HOU7126 204 1,699 19 8 36 269 2 199.9 28.6
2018HOU16345 505 4,165 26 9 99 551 5 397.4 24.8
2019HOU15333 495 3,852 26 12 82 413 7 379.9 25.3
2020 (Projected)HOU 341 525 3,834 25 13 89 482 5 369.9  

Outlook: Deshaun Watson again finished in the top five at the quarterback position in 2019, although his statistical output waned some from 2018. His interception rate was up and his completion percentage was down; he also rushed for less yardage. Nevertheless, he had a very solid season and led the Texans to a victory in the playoffs.

If there is a reason to not blame Watson for his slight dip, it is that the Texans' offensive line was very poor at protecting him. For the second straight season, Watson was at the top of the league in sacks, taking 44 in the regular season and another 11 in the playoffs. The fact that he has consistently been excellent despite very poor protection is impressive.

A few things will change this season for Watson. First, Bill O'Brien will apparently no longer be calling plays. Offensive coordinator Tim Kelly, who will be in his second season in that role, will call the plays. How that will change the overall offense, and specifically the run/pass ratio, is to be seen.

Second, the Texans' best receiver, DeAndre Hopkins, is gone. This certainly hurts Watson, since the two had built a nice rapport and he must now work to build that same chemistry with two new receivers (Cooks and Cobb) - despite limited offseason work.

Third, the backfield has changed. Though Duke Johnson is still around and will likely continue flanking Watson on passing downs, David Johnson is now likely to be the primary back instead of Lamar Miller or Carlos Hyde. If David Johnson returns to his form of a couple seasons ago this could be a positive for the offense as a whole.

To this point in his career, Watson has been incredibly durable. If the sacks continue, however, you'd have to assume that will catch up with his body at some point. The Texans will likely look to limit his rushing to some degree to keep him healthy, even though the rushing ability is a key part of his fantasy value. I'd expect him to take a small step back without Hopkins, but overall I think he'll finish very close to the same place in the QB rankings during 2020.


 Matt Ryan, ATL (Bye: 10)
7
Height: 6’4”   Weight: 220   DOB: 1985-05-17   Age: 35
College: Boston College   Draft: 2008 Round 1 (3) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017ATL16342 529 4,095 20 12 32 143 0 299.1 18.7
2018ATL16422 608 4,924 35 7 33 125 3 416.7 26.0
2019ATL15408 616 4,466 26 14 34 147 1 348.0 23.2
2020 (Projected)ATL 430 642 4,686 28 13 37 134 1 365.7  

 Josh Allen, BUF (Bye: 11)
8
Height: 6’5”   Weight: 233   DOB: 1996-05-21   Age: 24
College: Wyoming   Draft: 2018 Round 1 (7) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2018BUF12169 320 2,074 10 12 89 631 8 254.8 21.2
2019BUF16271 461 3,089 20 9 109 510 9 339.5 21.2
2020 (Projected)BUF 310 517 3,622 22 11 105 535 7 364.6  

 Carson Wentz, PHI (Bye: 9)
9
Height: 6’5”   Weight: 237   DOB: 1992-12-30   Age: 27
College: North Dakota State   Draft: 2016 Round 1 (2) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017PHI13265 440 3,296 33 7 64 299 0 326.7 25.1
2018PHI11279 401 3,074 21 7 34 93 0 247.0 22.5
2019PHI16388 607 4,039 27 7 62 243 1 340.3 21.3
2020 (Projected)PHI 357 549 4,118 26 7 70 251 2 347.0  

Outlook: Carson Wentz played his first full season as a pro since his rookie year in 2016. He led an injury-depleted Eagles team to the NFC East crown, only to suffer a concussion in the Eagles' Wild Card round loss at home to the Seahawks.

On the positive side, Wentz topped 4k yards for the first time in his career, and he continues to be efficient with the ball as evident to his third consecutive season of only seven interceptions. On the negative side, he posted his third-straight declining season of average fantasy points per game.

The Eagles addressed deficiencies in the passing game with the selection of WR Jalen Reagor from TCU in the first round, and versatile quarterback/running back/wide receiver Jalen Hurts. Reagor should give the Eagles some much-needed depth at wide receiver, especially the deep threat option currently occupied by the oft-injured veteran, DeSean Jackson.

The overall value of all the Eagles position players took somewhat of a hit with the news of pro bowl tackle Brandon Books suffering a season-ending Achilles injury. Brooks' absence in games last season proved to be a huge issue for Wentz and the Eagles.

From a fantasy perspective, Wentz does provide a high ceiling with a solid floor. Although he will not likely throw for 40 touchdowns, he will not burn you with a ton of interceptions, and he can add some value on the ground. He is a solid option for owners who wait on the quarterback position until the end of the draft, especially with an opening week matchup against the Redskins.


 Drew Brees, NO (Bye: 6)
10
Height: 6’0”   Weight: 209   DOB: 1979-01-15   Age: 41
College: Purdue   Draft: 2001 Round 2 (1) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017NO16387 537 4,338 23 8 33 12 2 322.1 20.1
2018NO15364 489 3,992 32 5 31 22 4 353.8 23.6
2019NO11281 378 2,979 27 4 9 -4 1 262.6 23.9
2020 (Projected)NO 378 517 4,138 32 8 29 23 1 343.2  

 Matthew Stafford, DET (Bye: 5)
11
Height: 6’2”   Weight: 232   DOB: 1988-02-07   Age: 32
College: Georgia   Draft: 2009 Round 1 (1) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017DET16371 565 4,446 29 10 29 98 0 348.1 21.8
2018DET16367 555 3,777 21 11 25 71 0 280.0 17.5
2019DET8187 291 2,499 19 5 20 66 0 207.6 25.9
2020 (Projected)DET 377 581 4,355 28 11 23 69 1 342.7  

Outlook: Despite starting the 2019 season playing some of the best football of his career under new coordinator Darrell Bevell, things cratered fast for Stafford and the Lions, as the Detroit captain missed his first games since 2010, and was eventually shelved for the season with broken bones in his back. With the head coach and general manager in the hot seat, and Stafford the focus of trade rumors this off-season, Stafford is clearly at a career crossroads in 2020.

Although nasty back injuries have hampered him the last two years, Stafford was dazzling for the first half of last season. His 25.9 FPts/G would have placed him in the top-3 at the position, and he was on pace for nearly 5,000 yards and 40 touchdowns before going down. Looking comfortable in a new offense that uses the run game to open up shots down the field, Stafford utilized one of the best deep balls in the game to great success. His 8.6 yards-per-attempt was 2nd in the NFL to only Ryan Tannehill (Things I thought I would never read for 500 Alex).

With this unprecedented offseason, offenses with continuity in coaching staff and personnel will have a big advantage, and Stafford and the Lions have both. Golladay is a blossoming stud, Jones and Amendola are the vets, and last years' top-10 pick T.J. Hockensen should be a threat to be respected. Throw in dynamic rookie D'Andre Swift as a receiver out of the backfield and Stafford arguably has the best of playmakers he's ever been surrounded with. If the line can keep up their end of the bargain, this offense can and should score plenty of points. That's a good thing, because a defense that got torched by the pass replaced their All-Pro corner with a rookie.

I can't imagine a world where this offense stays relatively healthy and doesn't score close to 30 points per game. Stafford is going to have to overcome a defense that isn't going to stifle teams for four quarters and has the talent at the skill positions to not have to play superman. As far as QB1 value goes, there won't be many better than Stafford.


 Aaron Rodgers, GB (Bye: 5)
12
Height: 6’2”   Weight: 225   DOB: 1983-12-02   Age: 36
College: California   Draft: 2005 Round 1 (24) 
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017GB7154 238 1,675 16 6 24 126 0 160.4 22.9
2018GB16372 597 4,442 25 2 43 269 2 361.0 22.6
2019GB16353 569 4,002 26 4 46 183 1 328.4 20.5
2020 (Projected)GB 366 582 4,130 26 6 44 194 1 335.9  

Outlook: New coaching staff for the first time in a decade, age, injuries catching up, whatever it was, it all added up to the worst statistical 16-game season in Rodgers's career. Toss in the fact that the Packers got mauled in the NFC Championship Game, and then TRADED UP for his replacement in the 1st round of the draft, and you wouldn't blame Rodgers for being a bit salty about the events of the last year.

It was very strange seeing the future Hall of Famer finishing the season toward the bottom of the QB1 rankings, but perhaps that's what the fantasy world should get used to. A few things are evident from the new front office and coaching regime. This offense is more run-game centric than they have been at any point in his career and they are adding personnel that matches this philosophy. No significant money or draft capital was spent on the passing game. Aaron Jones was one of the best all-around backs in the NFL last season, and the Pack spent a 2nd round pick on running back AJ Dillon from Boston College. Rookie Head Coach Matt LaFleur installed a run game that saw the Packers go from the fewest rushing attempts in the league in 2018 to the 13th most in 2019. And you honestly can't argue with the results. In his first season LaFleur led Green Bay to a 13-3 season and an appearance in the NFC title game.

2019 was the first steps in the remaking of the roster and offensive philosophy of the Packers. They are going to be a more balanced offense, and Rodgers will have to improve on his efficiency if he's going to see a jump in stats over last year. At times last season he looked very uncomfortable, but I expect a second year in the system will help, as will a full healthy season from Davante Adams - remember, he missed 4 games and the receivers behind him were not ready. I'm not ready to write off Rodgers as a fantasy stud just yet, as he is going to play with a giant cinderblock on his shoulder this season and has plenty of talent left to dominate. There are some incredibly talented, high-upside young players at the position, but I still take Rodgers and his weekly high floor to give me an advantage. The wheels might not be what they used to be, but that arm looks fine.