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2019
NFL Rankings
  • Quarterback
  • Running Back
  • Wide Receiver
  • Tight End
  1. 1
    Aaron Rodgers
    #1

    Aaron Rodgers


    2017 - 1,675 yards, 64.7% completion, 16 touchdowns, 6 interceptions (7 games)
    Rodgers broke his collarbone for the second time in five years. He was having a good season, but not a typical Aaron Rodgers year. He lost Jordy Nelson to free agency, but gained Jimmy Graham at tight end. He is now 34 years old, but has many good years left in him as long as he can stay healthy he will be top two

  2. 2
    Deshaun Watson
    #2

    Deshaun Watson


    One of the tragedies of the 2017 season was when Watson tore his ACL. He had quickly turned into one of the most dynamic players in the NFL. His final four games before the injury he had a total of 17 touchdowns (16 passing, 1 rushing) in case you forgot. He has one of the best receivers in football in DeAndre Hopkins, and Watson looks to take his place among the elite NFL QBs this season.

  3. 3
    Tom Brady
    #3

    Tom Brady


    2017 - 4,577 yards, 66.3% completion, 32 touchdowns, 8 interceptions
    Brady continues to dominate even though he is about to be 41. Sure he lost Brandin Cooks and Danny Amendola, but his career has been littered with no name receivers that Brady has turned into stars. Julian Edelman is suspended four games, but Brady is still a legend and will be a top three quarterback this season.

  4. 4
    Carson Wentz
    #4

    Carson Wentz


    2017 - 3,296 yards, 60.2% completion, 33 touchdowns, 7 interceptions (13 games)
    Wentz had a breakout season in 2017 before an ACL tear ended it early. However, he showed me all I need to see in order to put him among the best in the league. Sure, his receivers aren’t the best, but you can do worse than Jeffery, Agholor, and Mike Wallace. Wentz will throw 30 scores again and be among the elite

  1. 1
    Todd Gurley
    #1

    Todd Gurley


    2017 - 279 carries, 1,305 yards, 13 touchdowns; 64 catches, 788 yards, 6 touchdowns
    It sucks when your man crush is on your team's division rival, but that’s what has happened with me and Todd Gurley. The dude is a beast. He’s big, he’s fast, he’s shifty, he has great hands, he can take any carry or catch to the house. He’s on a prolific offense. What is there not to like about this guy? NOTHING!

  2. 2
    Le'Veon Bell
    #2

    Le'Veon Bell


    2017 - 321 carries, 1,291 yards, 9 touchdowns; 85 catches, 655 yards, 2 touchdowns
    He gets a ton of carries, he gets a ton of targets out of the backfield, and his patient running style is like few others these days. He has had a couple tough injuries, and he’s been suspended a couple times and he holds out. That being said, those are still dynamite numbers for Bell and he is a top two pick

  3. 3
    David Johnson
    #3

    David Johnson


    2017 - Injured in Week 1
    Johnson didn’t even make through the first game before a wrist injury ended his season. Don’t let the fact that he missed last year make you shy away from DJ or forget how good he is. He IS the Cardinal offense, and whether it is Sam Bradford (hee hee) or Josh Rosen it is still gonna be the David Johnson Show. 80 catches, 2,000 yards from scrimmage and 12 TDs are possible

  4. 4
    Ezekiel Elliott
    #4

    Ezekiel Elliott


    2017 - 242 carries, 983 yards, 7 touchdowns; 26 catches, 269 yards, 2 touchdowns (10 games)
    Few backs are as much of their team’s offense than Elliott. He isn’t a great pass catching back, but he should get 40 receptions. However, he has a real shot at 25 carries every week. The Cowboys passing game might struggle which would mean more reliance on Zeke. Nothing can stop another dominating year

  1. 1
    Antonio Brown
    #1

    Antonio Brown


    2017 - 101 catches, 1,533 yards, 9 touchdowns (14 games)
    Not much needs to be said here about Brown. He’s the best in the business and would have had another 100 catch, 10 touchdown season if he wasn’t forced to miss two games. He most likely will be the first receiver taken off the board again this year, and likely in the top six to seven overall.

  2. 2
    DeAndre Hopkins
    #2

    DeAndre Hopkins


    2017 - 96 catches, 1,378 yards, 13 touchdowns
    Hopkins bounced back in a HUGE way in 2017, showing that 2016 was Brock Osweiler’s fault! Hopkins is amazing. He’s durable, he catches anything close to him, and some that aren’t close to him. Teamed up with Deshaun Watson for a full season could mean absolute fireworks for the Texans offense, and Hopkins could be even better than he was last year.

  3. 3
    Odell Beckham, Jr
    #3

    Odell Beckham, Jr


    2017 - 25 catches, 302 yards, 3 touchdowns (4 games)
    There is no player that I hate more than Beckham. His antics, things he says, his immaturity, all drive me nuts. However, he is a dynamite receiver, I can’t deny that. He is undoubtedly the Giants number one receiver, and has a 95+ reception/10+ touchdown year assuming he stays healthy. If you like Beckham I wouldn't let the injury scare me off

  4. 4
    Michael Thomas
    #4

    Michael Thomas


    2017 - 104 catches, 1,245 yards, 5 touchdowns
    His touchdown total fell from his rookie season, but Thomas was much better in catches and yards. He is the top receiver in New Orleans, and his big frame makes a great target for Drew Brees. I see a long productive career ahead for Thomas where he could be among the top two or three at the position. He will score 10+ times again and he will be a WR1

  1. 1
    Rob Gronkowski
    #1

    Rob Gronkowski


    2017 - 69 catches, 1,083 yards, 8 touchdowns (13 games)
    Gronk missed his customary three or so games last year, but he still was near the best at the position. Health is the only concern as he continues to be a beast year in and year out. It still costs a pretty high pick to get him if you want him, so be sure to get a viable backup on your team for the inevitable injury and hope it is short term

  2. 2
    Travis Kelce
    #2

    Travis Kelce


    2017 - 83 catches, 1,038 yards, 8 touchdowns
    Kelce is a matchup nightmare for defenses. He is big as an ox, but he runs really well and has good hands. Despite the quarterback change I see no reason why Pat Mahomes also won’t understand the weapon he has here. Kelce should be one of the best again, and I wouldn’t be surprised if his numbers got just a slight bit better in 2018.

  3. 3
    Zach Ertz
    #3

    Zach Ertz


    2018 - 74 catches, 824 yards, 8 touchdowns
    Ertz did miss two games and dealt with Trey Burton taking some of his targets, but he is now healthy and Burton is in Chicago. The Eagles did use a fairly high draft pick on Dallas Goedert, but there’s no doubt that Ertz is the man. He is definitely one of my favorite tight ends and will give you similar numbers to a third receiver.

  4. 4
    Evan Engram
    #4

    Evan Engram


    2017 - 64 catches, 722 yards, 6 touchdowns
    It was a very successful rookie season, although some might say it was because the Giants had so many injuries. However, this kid just drips talent. And other healthy receivers should stop from making him a focal point of the defense. Engram is a big dude, a fast dude, and has good hands. I expect his stats to get a little better in 2018, and he is a TE1.