Putting together a comprehensive overall draft ranking list for fantasy leagues is a bit of an illusion. Tell me who your first ten picks were and who is off the board, and the ranking of remaining players will change. Scoring wrinkles and league size can skew rankings. This list should still be a good jumping off point for garden-variety PPR leagues, and the rankings within positions are still good no matter the format. You'll find that wide receiver and quarterback are deep, tight end is shallow and running back is full of uncertainty... and that maybe there's a defense or two worth drafting this year! Good luck.
This group can and will win weeks for you on their own.
1. Todd Gurley, RB, LAR - Nothing has changed, still No. 1
2. David Johnson, RB, ARI - Was better than 2017 Gurley in 2016, but how much has the Cardinals offense fallen off?
3. Le’Veon Bell, RB, PIT - Small ding for the holdout and improved backs behind him
4. Ezekiel Elliott, RB, DAL - Correct usage in the passing game would help but worried about Cowboys offense
5. Antonio Brown, WR, PIT - Groin issue isn’t comforting, but likely a non-factor. Running back vs. wide receiver scarcity and the gap between elite and the pack the main factor in putting him here.
6. Rob Gronkowski, TE, NE - Set up for a career-high in targets; injuries haven’t been a major factor in three of last four years.
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