I’m no longer a baby, at least technically speaking, but I do enjoy the soothing relief of a baby wipe from time to time. I’m not sure if you spend as much time pondering the baby wipe market as I do, probably not. But I’ve determined that in a bind, a package of Pampers would be worth upwards of $500 to me. And while a package of  those sensual wipes might be valued at $500 in my mind, I’m not going around offering up $500 when they’re available on Amazon for $4.99. Such is the case with all of my 2020 fantasy football rankings which I’ve slaved over tirelessly for your reading and mocking pleasure over the past three months while locked in my cage at Razzball Headquarters, far away from the echo chamber. What I mean is, just because I have Austin Ekeler and Kerryon Johnson ranked absurdly high, doesn’t mean I’m drafting them in the 1st and 5th rounds respectively. If the market wants to give me those sweet moisture filled wipes for 10 cents on the dollar, or Ekeler in the 2nd round or Kerryon in the 9th round, who am I to argue? I’ve written slightly more in depth and nonsensical thoughts about all of these players as I worked thru my 2020 fantasy football positional rankings, take a look back if you’re interested in more gibberish. Anyway, here’s the top 100 for 2020 PPR fantasy football:

1. Christian McCaffrey – New coach, new QB, new offense, same ole CMC.

2020 Projection: 1,200 rushing yards, 105 receptions, 850 receiving yards, 14 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 394 / 26.3 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 341.5 / 22.8 ppg | Standard Pts: 289 / 19.3 ppg

2. Saquon Barkley – Healthy Saquads behind an improved o-line? That’s not turrible.

2020 Projection: 1,200 rushing yards, 80 receptions, 640 receiving yards, 12 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 336 / 24 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 296 / 21.1 ppg | Standard Pts: 256 / 18.3 ppg

3. Ezekiel Elliott – The career carries are piling up as fast as Zeke can eat em, but showing no signs of irritable bowel syndrom yet.

2020 Projection: 1,260 rushing yards, 50 receptions, 390 receiving yards, 12 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 287 / 19.1 ppg| 1/2 PPR Pts: 262 / 17.5 ppg | Standard Pts: 237 / 15.8 ppg

4. Alvin Kamara – Made a cryptic Twitter apology on Monday but looks like he was just apologizing for asking for nail salon recommendations. No need to be sorry, AK, take care of those cuticles. 

2020 Projection: 780 rushing yards, 81 receptions, 600 receiving yards, 10 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 279 / 19.9 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 238.5 / 17 ppg | Standard Pts: 198 / 14.1 ppg

5. Austin Ekeler – This is usually where I lose people. Or maybe I lose them when they see my name’s “Donkey Teeth.” Either way, fading Ekeler because Rivers is out and Tyrod is in is a big mistake. This offense will run thru Austin. And remember, these are PPR rankings.

2020 Projection: 620 rushing yards, 80 receptions, 840 receiving yards, 8 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 274 / 19.6 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 234 / 16.7 ppg | Standard Pts: 194 / 13.9 ppg

6. Miles Sanders – Here’s what I like about me: I ranked Sanders #6 overall back in May, and I was drafting him in the mid to late 2nd round at the time. The hype train is finally catching up now that Doug Pederson is talking about Colonel Sanders getting all the chicken he can handle.

2020 Projection: 830 rushing yards, 65 receptions, 620 receiving yards, 9 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 264 / 18.9 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 231.5 / 16.5 ppg | Standard Pts: 199 / 14.2 ppg

7. Kenyan Drake – Started from the bottom now he’s #7. The Kenyan’s a risky investment in the first round, but the upside is right there with Saquads and McCalfs. Belee dat!

2020 Projection: 960 rushing yards, 50 receptions, 325 receiving yards, 11 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 244.5 / 17.5 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 219.5 / 15.7 ppg | Standard Pts: 194.5 / 13.9 ppg

8. Michael Thomas – He’s a beast. But personal preference is RB early this year, if you’d rather build around a stud WR then Thomas is absolutely in the discussion at #4.

2020 Projection: 115 receptions, 1,335 receiving yards, 8 touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 296.5 / 19.8 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 239 / 15.9 ppg | Standard Pts: 181.5 / 12.1 ppg

9. Nick Chubb – Hunt will cut into the receiving work, but that’s not why you’re grabbing Chubb. Don’t worry, your secret’s safe with me.

2020 Projection: 1,250 rushing yards, 25 receptions, 190 receiving yards, 10 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 229 / 15.3 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 216.5 / 14.4 ppg | Standard Pts: 204 / 13.6 ppg

10. Dalvin Cook – It’s unlikely I play sous-chef with Dalvin ranking him this low. Just not interested in gambling on a holdout situation, even as unlikely as it might seem.

2020 Projection: 1,035 rushing yards, 45 receptions, 360 receiving yards, 9 total touchdowns in 13 games

PPR Pts: 238.5 / 18.3 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 216 / 16.6 ppg | Standard Pts: 193.5 / 14.9 ppg

11. Clyde Edwards-Helaire – CEH is vaulting up draft boards, and for good reason with Damien Williams opting out. I’m still hesitant to spend a first rounder on a rookie with a limited 2020 training camp and no preseason.

2020 Projection: 980 rushing yards, 40 receptions, 380 receiving yards, 8 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 224 / 16 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 204 / 14.6 ppg | Standard Pts: 184 / 13.1 ppg

12. Derrick Henry – I know this seems low for Henry who looked unstoppable late season. But these rankings are for PPR leagues (he vaults all the way to #4 in standard leagues) and he’s a non-factor in the passing game. Plus the Predator accumulated almost 400 carries including the playoffs, that’s a heavy workload. 

2020 Projection: 1,300 rushing yards, 15 receptions, 150 receiving yards, 12 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 232 / 16.6 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 224.5 / 16 ppg | Standard Pts: 217 / 15.5 ppg 

13. Davante Adams – Rodgers’ favorite boy-toy battled turf toe for a chunk of the season and still nearly topped 1,000 receiving years. Decent chance he returns first round value.

2020 Projection: 95 receptions, 1,140 receiving yards, 9 touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 263 / 18.8 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 215.5 / 15.4 ppg | Standard Pts: 168 / 12 ppg

14. Chris Godwin – I call him Godelman. Questions abound regarding the Bucs offense and whether Brady’s slower pace hurt’s everyone’s fantasy potential. Ignore the noise, Godwin should thrive in the slot.

2020 Projection: 85 receptions, 1,275 yards, 8 touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 260.5 / 18.6 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 218 / 15.6 ppg | Standard Pts: 175.5 / 12.5 ppg

15. Le’Veon Bell – I don’t trust Adam Gase, but Bell’s still a bellcow and 2019’s RB2 numbers seem like worst case scenario. We could see a big breakout from Darnold and the Jets offense with the whole mono saga behind them.

2020 Projection: 910 rushing yards, 65 receptions, 450 receiving yards, 8 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 249 / 16.6 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 216.5 / 14.4 ppg | Standard Pts: 184 / 12.3 ppg 

16. Jonathan Taylor – I’m hesitant to spend a 1st rounder on a rookie this year, but this kid from Home Improvement can be taken in the 3rd or even 4th round sometimes. Behind a stacked Colts’ oline there’s a decent chance Taylor posts the top rookie season, especially if you’re in a standard league.

2020 Projection: 1,150 rushing yards, 30 receptions, 240 receiving yards, 11 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 235 / 16.8 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 220 / 15.7 ppg | Standard Pts: 205 / 14.6 ppg

17. Josh Jacobs – Could easily return top 10 value after a great rookie year, just wonder if the workload gets scaled back a little after he wore down in year 1. Worth noting that he never handled more than 120 carries in three seasons at Bama.

2020 Projection: 1,200 rushing yards, 20 receptions, 160 receiving yards, 9 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 210 / 15 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 200 / 14.3 ppg | Standard Pts: 190 / 13.6 ppg

18. Aaron Jones – The A.J. Dillon hype train is starting to catch up to me too. I’ve been saying for months that this behemoth with the thigh’s of a Greek god is a legitimate threat to Jones’s goal-line work.

2020 Projection: 920 rushing yards, 40 receptions, 360 receiving yards, 8 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 216 / 15.4 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 196 / 14 ppg | Standard Pts: 176 / 12.6 ppg

19. Joe Mixon – It’s true, I hate Mixon. Not as a person. I’m sure he’s fine human being. Or he beats women like the other 50% of the NFL. Point is, I’m not interest in the run game of a team led by a rookie QB with limited training camp and no preseason.

2020 Projection: 1,070 rushing yards, 35 receptions, 285 receiving yards, 8 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 218.5 / 14.6 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 201 / 13.4 ppg | Standard Pts: 183.5 / 12.2 ppg 

20. Julio Jones – Is there a safer pick than Julio? Is there such a thing as safe in the corona season? Ponder these great questions of the universe.

2020 Projection: 85 receptions, 1,235 receiving yards, 6 touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 244.5 / 17.5 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 202 / 14.4 ppg | Standard Pts: 159.5 / 11.4 ppg

21. DeAndre Hopkins – Nuk will be just fine in Arizona, but transitions to new teams and genders aren’t always smooth. Just ask my Uncle Janet. Maybe Hopkins fits right in by week one or maybe it takes a season to get back to elite WR1 territory.

2020 Projection: 90 receptions, 1,100 receiving yards, 8 touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 248 / 16.5 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 203 / 13.5 ppg | Standard Pts: 158 / 10.5 ppg

22. Patrick Mahomes – QB valuations are VERY league specific, but Mahomes and LJax are also worth a premium in every league. Don’t be surprised by another 50 touchdown season—if there’s a full 2020 season.

2020 Projection: 4,400 passing yards, 40 passing touchdowns, 7 interceptions, 205 rushing yards, 2 rushing touchdowns in 15 games.

4pt Pass TD Pts: 355  / 23.6 ppg | 6pt pass TD Pts: 435 / 29 ppg

23. Travis Kelce – If there is a safer pick than Julio, here it is. Kelce plays every game, every season. And he has the best passer in the world.

2020 Projection: 95 receptions, 1,200 receiving yards, 6 total touchdowns in 16 games

PPR Pts: 251 / 15.7 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 203.5 / 12.7 ppg | Standard Pts: 156 / 9.75 ppg

24. Lamar Jackson – If you want LJax over Mahomes I won’t argue it, especially if your league has 4 point passing touchdowns. He’s a great running back.

2020 Projection: 2,915 passing yards, 32 passing touchdowns, 8 interceptions, 1,000 rushing yards, 5 rushing touchdowns in 14 games.

4pt Pass TD Pts: 359  / 25.6 ppg | 6pt pass TD Pts: 423 / 30.2 ppg

25. George Kittle – Potential changing of the guard with Kittle passing Kelce this year as the #1 TE.

2020 Projection: 85 receptions, 1,100 receiving yards, 5 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 225 / 15 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 182.5 / 12.2 ppg | Standard Pts: 140 / 8.7 ppg

26. Tyreek Hill – This Reek still has his manhood. Although men don’t hit or threaten women and children, so I guess debatable.

2020 Projection: 70 receptions, 1,050 receiving yards, 40 rushing yards, 9 touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 233 /16.2 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 198 / 13.7 ppg | Standard Pts: 163 / 11.2 ppg

27. Leonard Fournette – Coming off an RB1 season where he proved his body could hold up for a whole year and now he’s falling to the third round? Add it to the scrolls of things I don’t understand. UPDATE 8/31/20: Wow, Fournette has been cut. Gotta take my lumps here, really didn’t see this coming. We can’t draft Fournette inside the first 8 rounds anymore until we know if/where he’s going to sign and even keeping him in my top 100 is likely controversial.  Ryquell Armstead and Devine Ozigbo become late round fliers in the Jaguars backfield. UPDATE 9/2/20: Leo landed soft into Brady’s lap. I really like this for Fournette. There should be more room to run, plenty of targets in the passing game and lots more chances to find the endzone. Climb back aboard.

2020 Projection: 800 rushing yards, 50 receptions, 350 receiving yards, 8 total touchdowns in 13 games

PPR Pts: 213 / 16.4 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 188 / 14.5 ppg | Standard Pts: 163 / 12.5 ppg 

27. David Johnson – This is a leap of faith; hard to trust him to stay healthy, but a mediocre looking Carlos Hyde just ran for 1,000 yards and 6 touchdowns in this offense. The beats could be bumpin’  if DJ’s 100%.

2020 Projection: 1,100 rushing yards, 40 receptions, 350 receiving yards, 9 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 239 / 17.1 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 219 / 15.6 ppg | Standard Pts: 199 / 14.2 ppg

28. Todd Gurley – The Toddfather’s knees are a big question mark, but the even in limited work this guy piles touchdowns. And this is a dream offense to fall into. 

2020 Projection: 970 yards, 25 receptions, 200 receiving yards, 11 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 208 / 14.9 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 195.5 / 14 ppg | Standard Pts: 183 / 13.1 ppg

29. Melvin Gordon – Melly says he’s struggling to adjust to the altitude in Denver. You know what might help with that? Go ask Mary Jane.

2020 Projection: 860 rushing yards, 35 receptions, 320 receiving yards, 8 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 207 / 14.8 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 189.5 / 13.5 ppg | Standard Pts: 172 / 12.3 ppg

30. Cooper Kupp – Two tight end sets, two schmight end schmets. Kupp caught 5 touchdowns in the final five weeks of 2019 when the Rams were using heavy 12-personnel which everyone’s concerned about. He’ll remain Goff’s favorite redzone target, regardless.

2020 Projection: 90 receptions, 1,100 receiving yards, 40 rushing yards, 9 touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 254 / 16.9 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 209 / 13.9 ppg | Standard Pts: 164 / 10.9 ppg

31. Odell Beckham Jr. – OBJ wasn’t healthy last year and Mayfield needed to be taken down a peg. Look for a love connection to develop in their second year together.

2020 Projection: 85 receptions, 1,200 receiving yards, 20 rushing yards, 8 touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 255 / 17 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 212.5 / 14.2 ppg | Standard Pts: 170 / 11.3 ppg

32. Kenny Golladay – Even without Stafford the Golladay Inn was open last year—no vacancies though. Huh? He’s a stud.

2020 Projection: 70 receptions, 1,150 receiving yards, 9 touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 239 / 15.9 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 204 / 13.6 ppg | Standard Pts: 169 / 11.3 ppg

33. D.J. Moore – Just like CMC: new coach, new QB, new offense. Slightly more reason for pause with Moore, but he was great with Kyle Allen last year so . . .

2020 Projection: 90 receptions, 1,200 receiving yards, 80 rushing yards, 5 touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 248 / 16.5 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 203 / 13.5 ppg | Standard Pts: 158 / 10.5 ppg

34. Kyler Murray – Doubt you’ll see Kyler ranked this high anywhere else and you won’t need to draft him up here. Murray could be the league winning QB this year; he’ll cost more than Mahomes and Jackson did the last two seasons but similar upside.

2020 Projection: 4,000 passing yards, 27 passing touchdowns, 9 interceptions, 600 rushing yards, 4 rushing touchdowns in 15 games.

4pt Pass TD Pts: 334  / 22.3 ppg | 6pt pass TD Pts: 388 / 25.9 ppg

35. Darren Waller – If you’ve read my nonsense before then you know I like Waller more than his own mother. Still waiting for a response to all the dick pics I sent. To Darren, not his mother; I’m not a creep!

2020 Projection: 80 receptions, 1,000 receiving yards, 5 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 210 / 14 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 170 / 11.3 ppg | Standard Pts: 130 / 11.5 ppg

36. Adam Thielen – Diggs is gone so it’s all Thielen up in Mini-soda. He’s been a great first half player the past two years, consider drafting and then selling after a hot start.

2020 Projection: 80 receptions, 1,120 receiving yards, 10 rushing yards, 8 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 241 / 17.2 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 201 / 14.4 ppg | Standard Pts: 161 / 11.5 ppg

37. James Conner – The Steeler backfield is loaded with young talent like your favorite nudie magazine. Do they still make nudie magazines? Conner is the man for now, but he’s been banged up the past two years and there’s a real in season COVID opt out risk for this cancer survivor.

2020 Projection:  770 rushing yards, 40 receptions, 300 receiving yards, 7 total touchdowns in 13 games

PPR Pts: 189 / 14.5 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 169 / 13 ppg | Standard Pts: 149 / 11.5 ppg 

38. Stefon Diggs – New team risk for Diggs in Buffalo, but he’s been unhappy with the Vikings for as long as I can remember. Which is like 2 days back, max. What was I talking about? Oh yeah, I love Diggs as Josh Allen’s #1 target; very undervalued this year.

2020 Projection: 80 receptions, 1,100 receiving yards, 50 rushing yards, 8 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 243 / 17.4 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 203 / 14.5 ppg | Standard Pts: 163 / 11.6 ppg 

39. Allen Robinson – Foles will likely be the week 1 starter in Chicago, which is like being the top salesperson at Macy’s. Will Foles have tunnel vision on ARob like Trubisky did or will Anthony Miller catch his eye?

2020 Projection: 90 receptions, 1,050 receiving yards, 7 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 237 / 16.9 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 192 / 13.7 ppg | Standard Pts: 147 / 10.5 ppg

40. Robert Woods – Goff looks to Bob Woods just as often as he looks to Kupp, but not so much in the redzone. Still a very high end WR2.

2020 Projection: 85 receptions, 1,100 receiving yards, 50 rushing yards, 5 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 235 / 16.8 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 192.5 / 13.8 ppg | Standard Pts: 150 / 10.7 ppg

41. Terry McLaurin – If Haskins takes a step forward in year two with the Washington Loaded Potato Skins then McLaurin has high end WR1 upside. See how high Rudy Gamble has him ranked in his 2020 Fantasy Football Projections.

2020 Projection: 75 receptions, 1,100 receiving yards, 7 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 227 / 16.2 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 189.9 / 13.5 ppg | Standard Pts: 152 / 10.9 ppg

42. D.K. Metcalf – The only player with sexier muscles than Waller, Metcalf has legitimate #1 overall wide receiver upside. Look for him and Wilson to build on their late season connection.

2020 Projection: 75 receptions, 1,050 receiving yards, 10 rushing yards, 9 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 235 / 15.7 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 197.5 / 13.2 ppg | Standard Pts: 160 / 10.7 ppg

43. A.J. Brown – His chemistry with Tannehill down the stretch was undeniable. Quickly became the top A. Brown in the NFL.

2020 Projection: 70 receptions, 1,150 receiving yards, 60 rushing yards, 8 total touchdowns, in 15 games

PPR Pts: 239 / 15.9 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 204 / 13.6 ppg | Standard Pts: 169 / 11.3 ppg

44. Amari Cooper – It was a tale of two Coopers in 2019; he had a stretch as the top fantasy WR in the game, but 4 of the final 7 weeks he left a stinky mess on your kitchen floor right when you needed him most. That’ll lead to trust issues.

2020 Projection: 75 receptions, 1,100 yards, 9 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 234 / 15.6 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 196.5 / 13.1 ppg | Standard Pts: 159 / 10.6 ppg

45. Courtland Sutton Drew Lock, uh, locked in on Sutton last year. Look for more of the same in his second year at the helm.

2020 Projection: 75 receptions, 1,150 receiving yards, 8 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 238 / 15.9 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 200.5 / 13.4 ppg | Standard Pts: 163 / 10.9 ppg

46. Mike Evans – I told you to ignore the noise regarding Godwin, now I’m changing course! Evans might be just fine in the Brady offense, but I’m much more confident in Godwin since he’s basically a more gifted Edelman. If Gronk’s healthy and motivated then I expect him to cut more into Evans’ share of the Brady-pie.

2020 Projection: 75 receptions, 1,000 receiving yards, 9 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 229 / 15.3 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 191.5 / 12.8 ppg | Standard Pts: 154 / 10.3 ppg

47. Chris Carson – Is the hip 100%? I’m hesitant and really wanted to see Carson  in preseason action before drafting. I’ll let someone else take the gamble.

2020 Projection:  1,030 rushing yards, 25 receptions, 180 receiving yards, 6 total touchdowns in 13 games

PPR Pts: 182 / 14 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 169.5 / 13 ppg | Standard Pts: 157 / 12.1 ppg 

48. Keenan Allen – I’m not overly concerned about Tyrod at QB, it’s more of a tiebreaker knock against Keenan versus a bunch of the names above.

2020 Projection: 90 receptions, 1,000 receiving yards, 20 rushing yards, 6 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 228 / 15.2 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 183 / 12.2 ppg | Standard Pts: 138 / 9.2 ppg 

49. Kerryon Johnson – Everyone’s kicking Johnson to the side for the new shiny sex toy, kind of like my last girlfriend. Don’t make the same mistake.

2020 Projection: 720 rushing yards, 35 receptions, 280 receiving yards, 7 total touchdowns in 13 games

PPR Pts: 177 / 13.6 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 159.5 / 12.3 ppg | Standard Pts: 142 / 10.9 ppg 

50. Tyler Lockett – Was on elite WR1 pace prior to his midseason leg injury. Not sure if he ever finds that pace again with Mr. Muscles lining up across from him.

2020 Projection:  75 receptions, 1,000 receiving yards, 40 rushing yards, 8 total touchdowns in 16 games

PPR Pts: 227 / 14.2 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 189.5 / 11.8 ppg | Standard Pts: 152 / 9.5 ppg

51. J.K. Dobbins – Ingram’s presence provides a huge discount on Dobbins. The LJax led Ravens’ offense can support both RBs and Dobbins has league winning upside if Ingram gets banged up.

2020 Projection: 670 rushing yards, 40 receptions, 380 receiving yards, 6 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 181 / 12.9 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 161 / 11.5 ppg | Standard Pts: 141 /  ppg 10.1

52. Russell Wilson – A chance to finish as the number one QB in any given season. Well, not a great chance now that that Mahomes and LJax exist.

2020 Projection: 4,000 passing yards, 32 passing touchdowns, 7 interceptions, 350 rushing yards, 2 rushing touchdowns in 16 games.

4pt Pass TD Pts: 321  / 20.1 ppg | 6pt pass TD Pts: 385 / 24.1 ppg

53. Zach Ertz – Goedert will continue to cut into his redzone looks, but Ertz is still Wentz favorite target and a PPR stud.

2020 Projection: 80 receptions, 800 receiving yards, 6  total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 196 / 13.1 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 156 / 10.4 ppg | Standard Pts: 116 / 7.7 ppg

54. Deshaun Watson – Hopkins’ departure caps Watson’s upside slightly but he’s still an uber talented dual threat QB.

2020 Projection: 3,750 passing yards, 25 passing touchdowns, 10 interceptions, 470 rushing yards, 5 rushing touchdowns in 15 games.

4pt Pass TD Pts: 307  / 20.5 ppg | 6pt pass TD Pts: 357 / 23.8 ppg

55. Mark Andrews – I don’t see another 10 TD season coming and Hollywood will be more of a factor in year two, but Mandrews should still easily post top 6 TE numbers.

2020 Projection: 80 receptions, 1,000 receiving yards, 5 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 210 / 14 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 170 / 11.3 ppg | Standard Pts: 130 / 11.5 ppg

56. Cam Akers – After getting burnt by Darrell Henderson last year, I’m hesitant to buy back into a Rams’ rookie RB. But with Gurley gone I’ll buy if Akers falls. 

2020 Projection: 780 rushing yards, 30 receptions, 200 receiving yards, 8 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 176 / 12.6 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 161 / 11.5 ppg | Standard Pts: 146 / 10.4 ppg

57. Kareem Hunt – Huge upside if Chubb gets injured—he’s actually in the concussion protocol right now. Even with a healthy Chubb, Hunt’s on the PPR RB2 radar.

2020 Projection: 460 rushing yards, 60 receptions, 480 receiving yards, 4 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 178 / 12.7 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 148 / 10.6 ppg | Standard Pts: 118 / 8.4 ppg

58. Jarvis Landry – A healthy Odell and rededicated Baker should set the stage for another WR2 season.

2020 Projection: 80 receptions, 1,050 receiving yards, 30 rushing yards, 5 total touchdowns in 16 games

PPR Pts: 218 / 13.6 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 178 / 11.1 ppg | Standard Pts: 138 / 8.6 ppg 

59. D’Andre Swift – While I prefer Kerryon for 2020, Swift has a very bright future and should make a large impact in the passing game immediately.

2020 Projection: 600 rushing yards, 45 receptions, 400 receiving yards, 5 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 175 / 12.5 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 152.5 / 10.9 ppg | Standard Pts: 130 / 9.3 ppg

60. Calvin Ridley – Lots of analysts are calling for a big breakout season from Ridley with Sanu gone. I have a hard time seeing more than high end WR2 upside as long as Julio’s still around.

2020 Projection: 75 receptions, 950 receiving yards, 45 rushing yards, 7 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 216.5 / 15.5 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 179 / 12.8 ppg | Standard Pts: 141.5 /  ppg 10.1

61. T.Y. Hilton – Rivers will get him the ball so long as he’s healthy. But he has missed 8 games over the past two seasons so health isn’t a given.

2020 Projection: 80 receptions, 1,000 receiving yards, 6 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 216 / 15.4 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 176 / 12.6 ppg | Standard Pts: 136 /  ppg 9.7

62. D.J. Chark – Uncle Rico loves Chark. Donkey loves Uncle Rico. By transitive property Donkey must love Chark.

2020 Projection: 75 receptions, 950 receiving yards, 20 rushing yards, 7 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 214 / 15.3 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 176.5 / 12.6 ppg | Standard Pts: 139 / 9.9 ppg 

63. Juju Smith-Schuster – I’m probably the low man on JuJu. Would’ve liked to see Big Ben’s elbow in preseason and I also think Diontae Johnson might be the better receiver.

2020 Projection: 75 receptions, 950 receiving yards, 7 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 212 / 15.1 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 174.5 / 12.5 ppg | Standard Pts: 137 / 9.8 ppg

64. Josh Allen – With a bonafide WR1 in Diggs at his disposal, Allen’s set to make the leap in 2020. Hopefully Zack Moss doesn’t cut into the rushing touchdowns too much.

2020 Projection: 3,500 passing yards, 25 passing touchdowns, 8 interceptions, 550 rushing yards, 5 rushing touchdowns in 15 games.

4pt Pass TD Pts: 309  / 20.6 ppg | 6pt pass TD Pts: 359 / 23.9 ppg

65. A.J. Green – Already has a tweaked hammy, almost knocked him down a bit but waiting to see if he returns to practice in the next few days.

2020 Projection: 70 receptions, 1,020 receiving yards, 7 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 214 / 15.3 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 179 / 12.8 ppg | Standard Pts: 144 / 10.3 ppg 

66. DeVante Parker – Big post hype breakout in 2019 but target share could suffer if Saucy Boi Preston Williams is back to full power.

2020 Projection: 70 receptions, 1,000 receiving yards, 7 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 212 / 15.1 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 177 / 12.6 ppg | Standard Pts: 142 / 10.1 ppg 

67. Marquise Brown – Hollywood’s star will shine in year two, don’t forget he battled several injuries in his rookie season including a college Lisfranc injury that stunted his acclimation to the NFL.

2020 Projection: 70 receptions, 850 receiving yards, 9 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 209 / 14.9 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 174 / 12.4 ppg | Standard Pts: 139 / 9.9 ppg

68. Emmanuel Sanders – Don’t get why he’s being drafted after pick 100. Sanders looked great last year coming off a very difficult Achilles injury. Now he lines up with Michael Thomas and a Hall of Fame QB.

2020 Projection: 75 receptions, 1,000 receiving yards, 6 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 211 / 15.1 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 173.5 / 12.4 ppg | Standard Pts: 136 / 9.7 ppg 

69. Tyler Boyd – Came on strong down the stretch last year and the Bengals will play from behind plenty this season. 

2020 Projection:  80 receptions, 1,000 receiving yards, 5 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 210 / 15 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 170 / 12.1 ppg | Standard Pts: 130 / 9.3 ppg 

70. Christian Kirk – With Hopkins set to draw all the top corners, Captain Kirk could post a sneaky WR2 season.

2020 Projection: 70 receptions, 840 receiving yards, 90 rushing yards, 4 total touchdowns in 13 games

PPR Pts: 187 / 14.4 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 152 / 11.7 ppg | Standard Pts: 117 / 9 ppg 

71. Preston Williams – Saucy Boi! Don’t forget Williams was outperforming Parker prior to the season ending ACL injury last year. His style fits Fitzpatrick’s chuck and pray game perfectly too. Also, sounds like he’s 200% recovered based on early camp reports.

2020 Projection: 55 receptions, 720 receiving yards, 5 total touchdowns in 13 games

PPR Pts: 205 / 15.8 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 170 / 13.1 ppg | Standard Pts: 135 / 10.4 ppg

72. Dak Prescott – Thinking 2019 might end up being a career year but can’t argue with his weapons.

2020 Projection: 4,200 passing yards, 26 passing touchdowns, 9 interceptions, 300 rushing yards, 3 rushing touchdowns in 16 games.

4pt Pass TD Pts: 302  / 18.9 ppg | 6pt pass TD Pts: 354 / 23.1 ppg

73. Tarik Cohen  – 150 receptions over the past two seasons makes Cohen a weekly PPR flex option.

2020 Projection: 350 rushing yards, 75 receptions, 550 receiving yards, 4 total touchdowns in 16 games

PPR Pts: 189 / 11.8 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 151.5 / 9.5 ppg | Standard Pts: 114 / 7.1 ppg

74. Devin Singletary – Been saying for awhile that Singletary’s a committee back, rather grab Zack Moss 60 or 70 picks later.

2020 Projection:  890 rushing yards, 30 receptions, 190 receiving yards, 5 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 168 / 12 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 153 / 10.9 ppg | Standard Pts: 138 / 9.9 ppg 

75. Raheem Mostert – Not interested in spending a top 50 pick on a back in Shanahan’s system. Mostert looked good last year but Tevin Coleman, Jerick McKinnon and even Jeff Wilson muddy the water.

020 Projection: 800 rushing yards, 15 receptions, 180 receiving yards, 8 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 161 / 11.5 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 153.5 / 11 ppg | Standard Pts: 146 / 10.4 ppg 

76. Mark Ingram – Was a beast last year but concerned Dobbins outshines him into the backseat by midseason.

2020 Projection: 770 rushing yards, 20 receptions, 160 receiving yards, 7 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 155 / 11.1 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 145 / 10.4 ppg | Standard Pts: 135 / 9.6 ppg 

77. Phillip Lindsay – The Broncos backfield split is still TBD but don’t be surprised if Lindsay’s a big part of the plan.

2020 Projection: 800 rushing yards, 30 receptions, 190 receiving yards, 6 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 165 / 11 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 150 / 10 ppg | Standard Pts: 135 / 9 ppg 

79. Rob Gronkowski – Rested, rejuvenated, rededicated and re-Brady’d. Shocked by how many people doubt Gronk’s ability to still post elite fantasy TE numbers.

2020 Projection: 60 receptions, 840 receiving yards, 5 total touchdowns in 13 games

PPR Pts: 174 / 13.4 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 144 / 11.1 ppg | Standard Pts: 114 / 8.8 ppg

80. James White – Like Cohen, 159 receptions over the past two seasons. Doubt Cam Newton’s arrival changes that.

2020 Projection: 240 rushing yards, 60 receptions, 540 receiving yards, 5 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 168 / 11.2 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 138 / 9.2 ppg | Standard Pts: 108 / 7.2 ppg 

81. Antonio Gibson – Gadget player took all of 33 carries last season at Memphis, but Guice’s indiscretions opens up all kinds of opportunity for the rookie.

2020 Projection: 400 rushing yards, 40 receptions, 360 receiving yards, 3 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 140 / 10 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 120 / 8.6 ppg | Standard Pts: 100 / 7.1 ppg 

82. Evan Engram –  If Engram stays healthy—that IF has it’s own Whole Foods and several Starbucks—he could join the top tight end tier this year with Danny Dimes leading the Giants forward.

2020 Projection: 70 receptions, 750 receiving yards, 5 total touchdowns in 13 games

PPR Pts: 175 / 13.5 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 140 / 10.8 ppg | Standard Pts: 105 / 8.1 ppg

83. Michael Gallup CeeDee Lamb is a legitimate threat but this is the toughest season ever to be a rookie wide receiver. Don’t fade Gallup too hard.

2020 Projection: 65 receptions, 1,000 receiving yards, 5 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 195 / 13.9 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 162.5 / 11.6 ppg | Standard Pts: 130 / 9.3 ppg 

84. Jordan Howard – The Dolphins won’t be good but Howard showed in Philly last year that there’s still plenty of clean energy left in the clean energy tank. And you might be surprised to hear he’s still only 25.

2020 Projection:  720 rushing yards, 15 receptions, 90 receiving yards, 7 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 138 / 9.9 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 130.5 / 9.3 ppg | Standard Pts: 123 / 8.8 ppg 

85. Diontae Johnson – The natural fit for the Antonio Brown role in the Steelers offense, if Big Ben’s elbow is 100% this could be an erect Johnson.

2020 Projection: 70 receptions, 850 receiving yards, 60 rushing yards, 6 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 197 / 13.1 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 162/ 10.8 ppg | Standard Pts: 127 / 8.5 ppg 

86. David Montgomery – RB1 upside on shear volume alone. Remains to be seen how involved he is in the passing game.

UPDATE 8/25/20: DMonty has a groin strain, someone get him some lotion! Unfortunately he’s out 2-4 weeks and these things tend to linger. I’m hesitant to draft anyone with preseason injuries in the season of COVID, but this is a decent area to take a gamble on a guy who reportedly looked great in camp.

2020 Projection: 665 rushing yards, 18 receptions, 130 receiving yards, 5 total touchdowns in 10 games

PPR Pts: 127.5 / 12.8 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 118.5 / 11.9 ppg | Standard Pts: 109.5 /  ppg 11

87. Alexander Mattison – Worth a premium on the outside chance that Dalvin stayshome to cook for a few weeks. Even with Cook around I expect Mattison sees an expanded role in year two.

2020 Projection: 740 rushing yards, 15 receptions, 100 receiving yards, 5 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 129 / 9.2 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 121.5 / 8.7 ppg | Standard Pts: 114 / 8.1 ppg 

88. Hayden Hurst Austin Hooper was the top tight end last year prior to his injury. The Falcons offense was a dream landing spot for Hurst.

2020 Projection: 70 receptions, 730 receiving yards, 5 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 173 / 11.5 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 138 / 9.2 ppg | Standard Pts: 103 / 6.9 ppg

89. Austin Hooper – Spent two weeks living and “training” with Baker Mayfield at his Texas home this summer. Hooper can now kegstand with the best of them.

2020 Projection: 75 receptions, 750 receiving yards, 5 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 180 / 12.9 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 142.5 / 10.2 ppg | Standard Pts: 105 / 7.5 ppg

90. Brandin Cooks – Could be a severe under ranking as he’ll slide into a big chunk of Hopkins target share but he’s struggled thru four concussions over the past two seasons. One more big hit to the head will be career threatening and that’s just not a risk I’m interested in buying in a season that’s already going to be a mess with COVID cases.

2020 Projection: 65 receptions, 950 receiving yards, 6 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 196 / 14 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 163.5 / 11.7 ppg | Standard Pts: 131 / 9.4 ppg

91. Golden Tate – Tate being drafted after pick 140 is another head scratcher to me. The guy plays every game every season except when he gets a bogus suspension (see: 2019). And he still caught 6 touchdowns in only 10 games last year. Tate’s golden in PPR, take advantage of the discount.

2020 Projection: 75 receptions, 950 receiving yards, 6 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 206 / 13.7 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 168.5 / 11.2 ppg | Standard Pts: 131 / 8.7 ppg

92. Breshad Perriman – The former first rounder brokeout late season in Tampa last year. Early reports out of Jets camp are very encouraging with what sounds like natural chemistry between Darnold and Perriman.

2020 Projection: 60 receptions, 900 receiving yards, 6 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 187.5 / 13.4 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 157.5 / 11.3 ppg | Standard Pts: 127.6 / 9.1 ppg 

93. Hunter Henry Tyrod Taylor utilized his tight end Charles Clay heavily during his time in Buffalo. Of course most of those teams had worse wide receivers than my high school team and that was a school of 14 donkeys.

2020 Projection: 60 receptions, 650 receiving yards, 5 total touchdowns in 13 games

PPR Pts: 155 / 11.9 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 125 / 9.6 ppg | Standard Pts: 95 / 7.3 ppg

94. Jamison Crowder – Another PPR gem, Crowder will also benefit from a virus-free Sam Darnold—knock on Danny Woodhead.

2020 Projection: 80 receptions, 830 receiving yards, 6 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 199 / 13.3 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 159 / 10.6 ppg | Standard Pts: 119 / 7.9 ppg 

95. Marvin Jones – Upside is capped with Kenny G on the sax but success can be had playing the matchups with Marvin.

2020 Projection: 60 receptions, 850 receiving yards, 6 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 181 / 12.9 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 151 / 10.8 ppg | Standard Pts: 121 / 8.6 ppg 

96. Zack Moss – The rookie is arguably more skilled than Singletary in every facet of the game, it’s just a matter of how long it takes him to get fully up to speed.

2020 Projection: 680 rushing yards, 25 receptions, 160 receiving yards, 4 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 133 / 9.5 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 120.5 / 8.6 ppg | Standard Pts: 108 / 7.7 ppg

97. Julian Edelman – The biggest Patriot question mark in the post-Brady era for me is Edelman. But I also have several questions regarding Bellichick’s dog.

2020 Projection: 60 receptions, 850 receiving yards, 40 rushing yards, 4 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 168 / 12 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 133 / 9.5 ppg | Standard Pts: 98 / 7 ppg 

98. Mecole Hardman – A sophomore breakout is very possible with Mahomie slingin’ the rock his way. The Chiefs’ offense could easily support another fantasy WR2.

2020 Projection: 55 receptions, 860 receiving yards, 40 rushing yards, 6 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 181 / 12.1 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 153.5 / 10.2 ppg | Standard Pts: 126 / 8.4 ppg

99. Joshua Kelley – This name will be a curveball to many. The Chargers 4th round rookie is reportedly the start of training camp and has surpassed Justin Jackson on the depth chart. There’s chance he falls into a big chunk of Melvin Gordon’s 2020 workload. Make sure he’s owned in your league.

2020 Projection: 510 rushing yards, 35 receptions, 350 receiving yards, 6 total touchdowns in 14 games

PPR Pts: 157 / 11.2 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 139.5/ 10 ppg | Standard Pts: 122 / 8.7 ppg 

100. Adrian Peterson – How many more thousand yard seasons does A.D. have in him? 10? 12? Derrius Guice’s girlfriend gets the assist on this one.

2020 Projection: 920 rushing yards, 15 receptions, 120 receiving yards, 6 total touchdowns in 15 games

PPR Pts: 155 / 10.3 ppg | 1/2 PPR Pts: 147.5 / 9.8 ppg | Standard Pts: 140 / 9.3 ppg 

 

 

  1. David says:
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    Weighing keepers going into season. Have a 10-team auction league so $$$ is a factor w/ a $250 budget. Important point factors outside of standard scoring; PPR & 6 pts for TD’s for all positions.

    Rosters: 2QB, 2RB, 3WR, 1TE, 2Flex, 1DST (no kickers)

    My best options in order (have to keep 5, so first 5 listed is who I am leaning on keeping)

    Lamar Jackson $10
    Chris Godwin $10
    Aaron Jones $15
    Terry McLaurin $5
    Courtland Sutton $6
    Robert Woods $15
    Austin Hooper $1
    Dwayne Haskins $1
    Tom Brady $30
    John Brown $6

    Gave some extra options for flavor. I think choice comes down to last 2 open slots (again, out of 5) unless you don’t feel Aaron Jones is worth keeping over Sutton, Woods, McL. For me top 3 is solidified. Also, ensuring more money for the auction is a factor as well. Knowing that Mike Thomas, Odell, Devante, Julio Jones, and Hopkins will be available at auction is a factor as well. Not to mention there will be elite RB’s (McC, Saquon, Zeke as possibles) available as well. Who would you choose to start your roster for this year?

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Agreed, take those top 5. I’d go hard after CMC or Saquon, and make sure you lock down a good 2nd QB…

      • David says:
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        Thanks. Entering draft w/ a little over $200 grants me some buying power. I know its tough to gauge for you and in a couple of weeks I’ll have a clearer picture. In establishing a budget and thinking on filling up empty QB, RB, and WR slots (forgetting about the remainder of the roster…TE, 2 Flex, DST, + 7 bench slots) I’m projecting out between 65 to 70% of my remaining budget for those 3 slots. Thoughts?

        • Donkey Teeth

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          Yeah that sounds about right to me. Auction costs are tough to guess in keeper leagues due to inflation. I rarely regret spending up for the top end talent though…

  2. Crime dog says:
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    What’s up DT. Thanks for the content.

    I have number 4 pick in my big money league. Full PPR. Deciding between Dalvin and Kamara. I’m assuming based on your ranking you’d go Kamara, but are you concerned about his knee at all? I can’t find any footage or reports on how he looks this camp. A torn MCL that didn’t get surgery sounds like cause for concern, even though he’s supposedly “healthy” nowm Thoughts?

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Hey Crime Dog, no problem…thanks for reading.

      Yes, Kamara for me in PPR. I may bump Dalvin up a couple spots now that the holdout is seemingly less of a concern but still think Cooks at least an equal injury risk to Kamara.

      • Crime Dog says:
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        True Cook does always have injury concerns. I wish we’d hear something about how kamara looks. At least we know he can play through it!

        • Donkey Teeth

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          Right, the fact that he still put up over 1,300 yards on one good leg is encouraging. I’ll take his word that he’s 100% for now…

  3. everywhereblair

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    I’ve been grabbing Tate and Marvin Jones all over because so many people are down on them.

    They’re great values!

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Grabbing them all over? Mostly their dongs, right?

  4. whatsayyou says:
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    hope you still see this at some point:

    question about a keeper league: we can keep a player for a maximum of 3 years and we can only keep 3 people.

    First question: who would you keep from this list?
    DJ Chark: $2
    Mark Andrews: $2
    gronk:$1
    Miles Sanders: $11
    Devante Adams: $70

    they can all be kept for the maximum 3 years so no difference in keeper length. only 3 can be kept.

    second question:
    would you try to package any people from above to aquire a $22 Kenyan Drake and add Kenyan Drake to my 3 keepers?

    was thinking of sending away either Devante Adams or Dj Chark and one of the TE’s for Kenyan Drake in return (Trade Adams/gronk or adams/andrews for Kenyan Drake)

    player who owns Kenyan drake really doesn’t have 3 viable keepers so for them to turn 1 keeper into 2 makes sense for them

    sorry for the long post but thanks!
    some relevant info I guess is deandre hopkins, ODJ, alvin kamara, leveon bell, each will l be available to draft.

    travis kelce, CMC, Michael Thomas, ekeler, george kittle, julio jones are being kept.

    in case any of that influences your decisions.

    thank you!

    • Donkey Teeth

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      1) Sanders, Chark, Andrews (is inflation so high that Adams is a value at $70 still?)
      2) Absolutely, I’d move any or all of them except Sanders to get Drake…

      No problem!

      • whatsayyou says:
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        “1) Sanders, Chark, Andrews (is inflation so high that Adams is a value at $70 still?)”

        Definitely debatable. michael thomas kept for $70. Dalvin cook $61, Kelce at $50

        thank you for the reply.

  5. whatsayyou says:
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    “1) Sanders, Chark, Andrews (is inflation so high that Adams is a value at $70 still?)”

    Definitely debatable. michael thomas kept for $70. Dalvin cook $61, Kelce at $50

    thank you for the reply.

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Anytime, good luck!

  6. J_Gunn says:
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    Well well Dr Donkey it’s ya boy J Gunn.. It’s nice to see all the positions combined like this with sort of of your too 45 back top 40 wr and qb and te. You know I agree with you lots.

    Especially… Fournette Bell Taylor OVJ Kupp… McTerry had moved up a bit it seems there last couple months but Diggs I’ve gotten Early 6th late 5th mucho. Ekeler is STILL going around what pick 15? ?
    Sanders and Allen go so late… Keep on Donkin Dr Donkey. Let’s win that ?

    props again for your hard work and reliable inzight

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Thanks for the kind works, JGunn.

      Top 200 (actually 230) will drop in a couple hours here with a searchable and sortable table including full projections for PPR, 1/2 PPR and Standard leagues. Enjoy!

  7. Adam H says:
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    Good stuff here.

    Keeper question. 10 team PPR, 3 keepers.

    I have Kamara in the 4th, Golladay in the 8th. Last option is either Godwin in the 2nd or Mostert in the 16th.

    I have 1st overall pick, so that will be CMC. Makes my 2nd round pick 20th OA. What you think?

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Thanks, Adam. I’d go with Mostert there, too much value to pass up.

      • AdamH says:
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        Thanks!

        • Donkey Teeth

          Donkey Teeth says:
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          Anytime!

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