THE REST: FINAL EDITION
posted Aug 29 2016, 09:39PM
story by Chris Kapel
posted in NFL, Fantasy

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Final PPR Rankings

RB:

1. David Johnson

2. Todd Gurley

3. Ezekiel Elliott

4. Lamar Miller

5. Devonta Freeman

6. Le’veon Bell

7. Danny Woodhead

8. Adrian Peterson

9. Mark Ingram

10. Jamaal Charles

11. Doug Martin

12. Eddie Lacy

13. Lesean Mccoy

14. Latavius Murray

15. CJ Anderson

16. Thomas Rawls

17. Carlos Hyde

18. Jonathan Stewart

19. Duke Johnson

20. Matt Forte

21. Melvin Gordon

22. Ryan Matthews

23. Arian Foster

24. Frank Gore

25. Gio Bernard

26. Jeremy Hill

27. Theo Riddick

28. Matt Jones

29. Rashad Jennings

30. DeAngelo Williams

31. Charles Sims

32. Chris Ivory

33. Ameer Abdullah

34. Justin Forsett

35. Derrick Henry

36. TJ Yeldon

37. CJ Prosise

38. Bilal Powell

39. Jeremy Langford

40. Devontae Booker

It wouldn’t surprise me one bit if Zeke was the #1 RB this season.

Does anyone have any confidence in any 49ers offensive player? I have none in Hyde and I’m not picking him unless it’s an absolute steal.

Theo Riddick remains the most underrated PPR player in the NFL. Detroit will be pass happy again and without Megatron, the ball will be spread around and points will be there for the taking.

I’m very very high on Lamar Miller in Houston. I think he can put up points like Arian Foster in his prime.

Chris Ivory is the non sexy name every year that goes out and always outs up solid numbers. My dad told me year after year about him and I never listen; year after year Ivory is a viable fantasy back.

Most people are high on Christine Michael in Seattle. I love CJ Prosise there. If you watched him at Notre Dame, you would love him too.

TE:

1. Rob Gronkowski

2. Jordan Reed

3. Delanie Walker

4. Greg Olsen

5. Coby Fleener

6. Travis Kelce

7. Jason Witten

8. Gary Barnidge

9. Antonio Gates

10. Zach Ertz

11. Tyler Eifert(injury)

12. Jimmy Graham

13. Martellus Bennett

14. Zach Miller

15. Charles Clay

16. Eric Ebron

17. Kyle Rudolph

18. Austin Seferian-Jenkins

19. Jordan Cameron

20. Virgil Green

There is no denying that Gronk is incredible. It will be great to see him flourish with Jimmy G and not just under Brady.

Fleener looks like the new Jimmy Graham in New Orleans.

Virgil Green may be the Julius Thomas of a few years back. A Red Zone Monster. Denver also has DT and Emmanuel Sanders to throw too, but they will spread the TD’s around.

DST

1. Denver Broncos

2. Seattle Seahawks

3. Carolina Panthers

4. Cincinnati Bengals

5. Houston Texans

6. Kansas City Chiefs

7. Arizona Cardinals

8. Green Bay Packers

9. NY Jets

10. Minnesota Vikings

11. Oakland Raiders

12. New England Patriots

13. Buffalo Bills

14. Jacksonville Jaguars

15. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Special teams and defensive TD’s play a huge part in DST points. The Broncos will keep you from scoring, but they may not score much themselves on special teams.

K

1. Stephen Gostkowski

2. Dan Bailey

3. Justin Tucker

4. Steven Hauschka

5. Mason Crosby

6. Roberto Aguayo

7. Blair Walsh

8. Brandon Mcmanus

9. Chandler Catanzaro

10. Graham Gano

11. Matt Prater

12. Mike Nugent

13. Robbie Gould

14. Cairo Santos

15. Connor Barth

Roberto Aguayo may be the most talented K in NFL history… but the Bucs may not give him the chance to score that much this year. Also rookie nerves being selected in the 2nd round may play a factor.

Watch for more and more teams to start going for 2. Chris Boswell may fall off this list soon because the Steelers love going for 2.

Please do not draft Josh Brown.

Chris Kapel
I have a Bachelors Degree from the University of Toledo in Communications emphasis Journalism. Working on a Finance degree as well. You can never lear...



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