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2017 Rankings: Top 200 (Standard, Half-PPR, PPR) | QBRB (Standard, Half-PPR, PPR) | WR (Standard, Half-PPR, PPR) | TE (Standard, Half-PPR, PPR) | K | DST

IDP Rankings: Top 100 | DL | LB | DB

Dynasty Rankings: Top 200QB | RB | WR | TE | Top-50 Rookies

2016 Accuracy Rank QB RB WR TE K DST
Weekly Rankings 9 31 5 27 40 9 4
Draft Rankings 3 66 10 7 23 66 112

Even though I’m not one to pat myself on the back (actually, I am), Razzball has been on an upward curve, bringing some sort of conglomerate synergistic metamorphosis (as they say in the corporate world), providing you an ever-improving ranking accuracy year after year. How do we do it? No clue. It could be dark wizardry. It could be indigestion. It could even be your mother. But I have to admit, this year is going to be daunting, if only because the expectations we’ve placed on ourselves here at Razzball Football are at an all time high (just like my college years). Going from 31st overall to 22nd in Weekly Fantasy Football accuracy is one thing. But going from 22nd to the top-10 in the entire nation last season is quite another. And then on top of that, to finish third overall in our Draft Rankings last year… well, it’d be folly to try and say “Yes, we’re going to try even more, (more better if you believe in remedial English)”, but yeah, I’m going to say it… We’re going to do more better. (My English teacher just placed a bounty on me.) With that said, and my parentheses key broken, here are your 2017 Fantasy Football Top-200 Overall (Standard, Half-PPR, PPR) Rankings

  1. kevin fitzpatrick says:
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    thankya sir! is the Paul Perkins ranking based more on expected performance or uncertainty of who is going to get the ball in that offense? I wouldn’t say he shined last year but whoever is running it in NY is going to have a good year.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      A little of both I think, but I do agree with your points here to a certain extent…

  2. Nate Marcum says:
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    I have a 12 team full PPR draft coming up with 2 keepers. (1Qb, 2RB, 3WR, no flex)
    Keepers are determined by last years draft round plus 2 rounds (i.e. a 10th round pick last year is an 8th round pick this year)and FA pickups earn 8th round keeper status
    You can keep each person for up to 2 years. Here are my options. CHoose 2
    Melvin Gordon (3rd rd this year. 2 years eligible)
    Jordan Howard (8th round this year. 2 years eligible)
    Jordy Nelson (4th round this year. Final year eligible)

    I have the 9th pick this year. Other teams’ keepers with the ADP of 24 or less are the following:
    David Johnson
    Michael Thomas
    DeMarco
    Ajayi
    Adams

    I am leaning Gordon and Howard and hopefully grabbing WR, WR at 9 and 15.
    ideas?

    • ClemsonCrushers says:
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      @Nate Marcum: my humble opinion is that you keep Howard and Nelson. 2 keeper player leagues drafted the same as a redraft leagues. IMO, Gordon has the highest potential to bust. I am not touching him anywhere, when you look at his peripherals, yds after contact and the fact that he had 10 TDs in 13 games (I think) is not likely repeatable. However, I drafted Keenan Allen everywhere last year, so what the hell to do I know :)

  3. Henry Muto says:
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    When will you be making your PPR tier rankings ? To me tier rankings is the only way I rank players it makes much more sense to compare position vs position at the same time in tiers than trying to number 1-200. Top 35 or so sure your going to pick the top ranked guy regardless of position but once you get into round 4th, 5th rounds and later you need to start looking at your roster and what players are left. If you started WR/WR/WR and your next ranked guy is a WR and only 1 RB is left in that tier you should be taking a RB not another WR.

    Anyway your PPR tier rankings are always good to see. Hope you make them again this year.

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