Don't be shellfish...Tweet about this on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Share on Reddit

Here you will find the Top 100 Fantasy Football players in the entire universe.  Even Mr. Universe comes here for his Top 100, but he has trouble getting both his hands together for the typing and internetting.  The price we pay for deforming our bodies.  Anyway, this is what is what and what will be.  There will be tweaking, but only if I can score some meth off Andre Agassi.

  1. Chris Johnson: Projection: 1550/14 — 50/550/3
  2. Adrian Peterson: Projection: 1400/17 — 40/375/2
  3. Maurice Jones-Drew: Projection: 1250/14 — 55/500/2
  4. Ray Rice: Projection: 1300/10 — 70/675/2
  5. Frank Gore: Projection: 1275/11 — 55/450/2
  6. Michael Turner: Projection: 1350/15 — 8/60/0
  7. Andre Johnson: Projection: 100/1450/10
  8. Steven Jackson: Projection: 1325/7 — 45/350/1
  9. Rashard Mendenhall: Projection: 1250/10 — 40/300/1
  10. Jamaal Charles: Projection: 1175/7 — 60/475/2
  11. Shonn Greene: Projection: 1275/12 — 25/200/0
  12. Ryan Matthews: Projection: 1250/12 — 10/50/0
  13. Ryan Grant: Projection: 1250/11 — 35/250/0
  14. Reggie Wayne: Projection: 95/1300/10
  15. Cedric Benson: Projection: 1275/9 — 25/175/1
  16. Aaron Rodgers: Projection: 4500/31/10 — 45/250/3
  17. Randy Moss: Projection: 80/1200/11
  18. Drew Brees: Projection: 4500/36/14 — 17/30/2
  19. Larry Fitzgerald: Projection: 95/1150/10
  20. DeAngelo Williams: Projection: 1200/8 — 35/250/1
  21. Calvin Johnson: Projection: 80/1250/9
  22. Roddy White: Projection: 90/1200/10
  23. Miles Austin: Projection: 85/1200/9
  24. Peyton Manning: Projection: 4350/33/13 — 117/0/1
  25. Brandon Marshall: Projection: 85/1175/9
  26. Greg Jennings: Projection: 80/1175/9
  27. Lesean McCoy: Projection: 1000/6 — 50/450/2
  28. Jahvid Best: Projection: 1050/7 — 45/325/1
  29. Knowshon Moreno: Projection: 11500/8 — 30/200/2
  30. Arian Foster: Projection: 1150/9 — 15/50/0
  31. Desean Jackson: Projection: 65/1175/9
  32. Marques Colston: Projection: 70/1100/8
  33. Tom Brady: Projection: 4450/31/13 — 10/15/1
  34. Pierre Thomas: Projection: 1000/7 — 40/325/2
  35. Beanie Wells: Projection: 1000/7 — 35/200/1
  36. Steve Smith (CAR): Projection: 70/1075/7
  37. Ronnie Brown: Projection: 1050/7 — 30/250/1
  38. Michael Crabtree: Projection: 75/1100/7
  39. Anquan Boldin: Projection: 75/1100/7
  40. Hakeem Nicks: Projection: 73/1050/7
  41. Felix Jones: Projection: 950/6 — 45/425/2
  42. Matt Forte: Projection: 1000/6 — 45/300/2
  43. Tony Romo: Projection: 4500/30/13 — 35/100/1
  44. Matt Schaub: Projection: 4400/30/15 — 15/35/0
  45. Antonio Gates: Projection: 80/1050/8
  46. Joseph Addai: Projection: 900/7 — 40/225/2
  47. Philip Rivers: Projection: 4200/29/11 — 10/35/0
  48. Jonathan Stewart: Projection: 1000/8 — 15/125/0
  49. Dwayne Bowe: Projection: 75/1050/7
  50. Wes Welker: Projection: 85/1050/5
  51. Dallas Clark: Projection: 90/1000/8
  52. Ahmad Bradshaw: Projection: 900/5 — 35/250/1
  53. Brandon Jacobs: Projection: 950/8 — 15/100/0
  54. Hines Ward: Projection: 88/1025/7
  55. Vernon Davis: Projection: 70/850/9
  56. Chad Ochocinco: Projection: 70/1025/7
  57. Jermichael Finley: Projection: 75/950/7
  58. Jeremy Maclin: Projection: 70/950/7
  59. Jay Cutler: Projection: 4100/29/18 — 35/100/1
  60. Mike Sims-Walker: Projection: 75/975/7
  61. Kevin Kolb: Projection: 3900/29/14 — 10/15/0
  62. Percy Harvin: Projection: 70/950/6
  63. Jason Witten: Projection: 80/900/6
  64. Pierre Garcon: Projection: 65/950/6
  65. Steve Smith (NYG): Projection: 95/1000/5
  66. Brent Celek: Projection: 70/875/6
  67. Brett Favre: Projection: 3750/29/14
  68. Santana Moss: Projection: 75/950/6
  69. Mike Wallace: Projection: 65/900/6
  70. Donald Brown: Projection: 850/6 — 25/175/1
  71. Marion Barber: Projection: 850/7 — 25/150/0
  72. Jerome Harrison: Projection: 800/5 — 35/250/1
  73. Justin Forsett: Projection: 800/5 — 20/175/1
  74. Ricky Williams: Projection: 850/4 — 25/150/1
  75. Joe Flacco: Projection: 3750/25/14 — 25/75/1
  76. Matt Ryan: Projection: 3750/26/13 — 30/60/1
  77. Derrick Mason: Projection: 60/900/6
  78. Darren McFadden: Projection: 500/3 — 55/450/2
  79. Fred Jackson: Projection: 850/4 — 30/225/1
  80. Tony Gonzalez: Projection: 70/800/6
  81. Johnny Knox: Projection: 65/900/6
  82. Malcom Floyd: Projection: 50/850/6
  83. Donald Driver: Projection: 65/950/5
  84. Zach Miller: Projection: 70/850/5
  85. Cadillac Williams: Projection: 850/4 — 25/150/0
  86. C.J. Spiller: Projection: 750/3 — 40/350/1
  87. Robert Meachem: Projection: 50/800/5
  88. Lee Evans: Projection: 70/940/5
  89. Eli Manning: Projection: 3900/25/13 — 10/15/0
  90. Jacoby Jones: Projection: 55/850/6
  91. Devin Hester: Projection: 70/950/5
  92. Donovan McNabb: Projection: 3500/23/14 — 40/125/1
  93. Tim Hightower: Projection: 675/4 — 40/300/1
  94. Dez Bryant: Projection: 55/750/5
  95. Owen Daniels: Projection: 70/850/6
  96. Bernard Berrian: Projection: 45/700/5
  97. Michael Bush: Projection: 750/6 — 15/75/1

From Around The Web

  1. Cheese

    Cheese says:
    (link)

    Projections stay in tact for Steve Smith despite the arm injury?

  2. Doc

    Doc says:
    (link)

    @Cheese: Yeah, he should be ready to go by week 1.

  3. cleaver596 says:
    (link)

    My keeper league may stay around for one more season. If so, I need to keep 3. I have Wayne, Fred Jackson, Andre Johnson, Wes Welker, Steve Smith(NYG), Jamaal Charles, Schaub, and Ronnie brown as the choices. Its a PPR. Its very tempting to stick with Wayne, Johnson, and Welker(if healthy). Having three guys that can 100+ catches would be a very solid core. The RB situation would be in question after that. I’ll probably go with Wayne, Johnson, and Charles. This league will probably die out and it won’t matter who I want to take, but I am planning for the “just in case these guys want to give me that big of a head start scenario”. Any thoughts? If this league does stick around, we can trade players for draft picks prior to declaring keepers. Which would be nice because I could probably get quite a bit for Welker, Smith or Brown.

  4. cleaver596 says:
    (link)

    Also, since I won the league last year, I pick last. Which if I can trade one of my studs for high 1st rounder, I could have 3 of the first 13 picks. Life would be even sweeter

  5. Doc

    Doc says:
    (link)

    @cleaver596: Yeah, I think AJ, Wayne and JC are the way to go. Welker is right up there with AJ and Wayne in PPR, but I play to win this season and Welker still has question marks. He should be tradeable though.

  6. BruCru says:
    (link)

    In a PPR league who would have ranked higher Jamaal Charles or Brandon Marshall?

  7. Doc

    Doc says:
    (link)

    @BruCru: I like JC. I think BMarsh will see a slight decrease in receptions due to the system.

  8. uncdrew says:
    (link)

    Doc, part of me is tempted to try this strategy:

    Get the #1 QB, #1 TE, #1 Defense. You could get the top QB in round 1 or 2, the top TE in round 4, and the top DEF in round 9. That would leave a very solid RB in round 1 or 2, good WR in round 3, 5 and 6. Having Rodgers, Dallas Clark and the Jets would be pretty nice, and I wonder if dominating those lesser positions can make up for being a little worse at RB and WR.

    Obviously you don’t do this if you have pick one in a snake, but perhaps if you have pick 8 or 9 — allowing you to get Jackson, Turner or Grant in round 1 and then Rodgers on the way back.

  9. Doc

    Doc says:
    (link)

    I could see just really shaking it up and seeing what falls out of the tree, but I would at least advise not to go with the D. The Jets are my #1 as well, but turnovers, sacks, return TDs are just too hard to predict. The Jets aren’t a lock to be #1 by any stretch of the imagination.

  10. GTS says:
    (link)

    Is it a no-brainer to keep Dwayne Bowe over LT? I’m in a two keeper league and I have S-Jax as my other keeper.

  11. Doc

    Doc says:
    (link)

    @GTS: Yeah, I think your safe in doing that.

  12. AdamH says:
    (link)

    Doc,

    Do all of your rankings consider a TD pass worth 4 or 6 points?

  13. Doc

    Doc says:
    (link)

    @AdamH: I don’t change my thoughts much on QBs from 4-6. Cutler had 27 last season and Rodgers 30. It’s just not a big enough difference in the big scheme to change your strategy.

  14. AdamH says:
    (link)

    How about in the overall scheme of things, deciding between, say, Rodgers and Benson in the 2nd round? Wouldn’t it matter then? For a 30 TD QB, the total point difference on the season would be 60 (or almost 4 points per week).

  15. Doc

    Doc says:
    (link)

    @AdamH: Yeah, but it would only be 6 extra points over Cutler. I think you have to look at them in relation to who you would get later more than QB vs. RB/WR. RB/WR are more scarce since you need more of them to start.

  16. AdamH says:
    (link)

    OK, I gotcha. Appreciate it Doc.

  17. chunkface says:
    (link)

    got an easy to print version of this stashed anywhere?

Comments are closed.