We all know winter is coming. What this post presupposes is, what if we aren’t Game of Thrones? Actually, based on Hardhome, winter is actually here. Wow. Only took about five years. What kind of seasons do they have? Regardless, as has been stated in the title, the time to release rankings for the 2015 Fantasy Football season is among us. Here’s how it’ll all play out, just so you plan your life accordingly! (If you’d like to get a head start, we do have our Way-Too-Early Rankings…)

June 10th – Kickers

June 12th – Defense and Special Teams

June 17th – Tight Ends

June 19th – Tight Ends (PPR)

June 22nd – Wide Receivers

June 24th – Wide Receivers (PPR)

June 29th – Running Backs 

July 1st – Running Backs (PPR)

July 6th – Quarterbacks

July 8th – Top-200 

July 13th – Top-200 (Half-PPR)

July 15th – Top-200 (PPR)

And don’t worry, we’ll still be covering league news, IDP Rankings, and Draft Strategy in or around those dates above. (Also, projections sometime in July, and auction values as well, if that’s your thing. It’s okay if that’s your thing. Everyone has a “thing”. Boy, you could infer so many things there…) Basically, we’re making another Draft Kit after a great response from last year’s first ever Razzball Kit. The RazzKit if you will. And I guess I could have just told you about the kit earlier and saved all this typing, but them’s the way it goes sometimes. But not really, because I have no idea what I’m saying at this point. The more important question is, do I ever? No. Not really.

Please, blog, may I have some more?

[Jay’s Note: The Official 2015 Razzball Fantasy Football Rankings will come out in several months, but Michael has been awesome enough to give you guys a taste of how things stand right now. Way too early? Sure. Way too hot? Yes! Early AND hot folks… just like my love life.]

2014 was an interesting fantasy football year, wasn’t it?  It was the year of the rookie receiver, as Odell Beckham, Jr., Kelvin Benjamin, Mike Evans, Sammy Watkins and more took the league by storm.  There were studs being studs, as well as studs being duds.  The zero-running back strategy was implemented, and well, didn’t work out that well for most people.

2015 is going to be even more of an interesting year, as draft strategies are sure to change for people.  While it’s way too early in the fantasy offseason to rank players, we figured what the heck, we may as well have some fun with it.

That being said, I did rank certain players whose futures are unsure (Adrian Peterson, Marshawn Lynch) just because as of now, there is no news about what will happen.

Don’t worry, that’ll change with updated rankings in the upcoming months…

Please, blog, may I have some more?