Fantasy Football 2019: Updated Rankings, Sleepers, Busts, Mock Draft Picks, Expert Tips, Cheat Sheet

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If you are like millions of others around the country, your fantasy football draft for the 2019 NFL season is probably starting up quite soon. With Labor Day weekend finally here and the preseason in the rear-view, a majority of owners will find themselves on the clock within the next few days. Don’t fret if you aren’t prepared for your draft just yet, as there is still plenty of time to get prepared by learning the top players to draft early, potential busts to avoid and breakout sleeper candidates to keep an eye on in the later rounds.

Those who haven’t kept up with all the latest NFL news during the offseason and preseason could be at a disadvantage going into their upcoming fantasy drafts. There have been a myriad of changes to rosters around the league, including impact rookies drafted, marquee free agent acquisitions and depth chart altering injuries that occurred during training camp and in exhibition contests. These have drastically shifted the league’s landscape over the last six months or so, but don’t worry if you aren’t privy to these details for fantasy football purposes. All it takes is one strong list of rankings to come up with a cheat sheet that will help you draft the right players in the right spots this weekend.

One of the best ways to get an eagle-eyed view of the fantasy football draft rankings is to use an amalgamation of tier lists from as many top minds as possible. FantasyPros is one of the most highly regarded fantasy football sources due to their expert consensus rankings (ECR), which combines the results from over 100 different fantasy writers and averages them into a simple list for you to consume. The ECR list, which you can find in the table below, includes important information such as a player’s average draft position (ADP), bye week and positional stature. These are also broken down into tiers, which are batches of players that are of similar stature. If you find yourself choosing between two different prospects on draft night, it’s usually a safe bet to go with the one in a higher tier if possible. The rankings below are specially formulated for point-per-reception (PPR) format fantasy leagues, but you can click over to FantasyPros to find similar ECR values for standard and half-PPR leagues, or even input custom settings to create a list that suits your fantasy league’s unique ruleset.

After checking out the ECR table, be sure to watch the embedded video to see a mock draft play out live, then read on to find some players you should keep close tabs on during your 2019 fantasy football draft. You’ll discover some busts to stay away from, sleepers to target and stars that look ready to shine the brightest during the upcoming NFL season.

Fantasy Football 2019 Rankings

Rank

Player

Team

Pos

Bye

ADP

Tier 1

1 Saquon Barkley NYG RB1 11 1
2 Christian McCaffrey CAR RB2 7 2
3 Alvin Kamara NO RB3 9 3
4 DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR1 10 5

Tier 2

5 Davante Adams GB WR2 11 7
6 Ezekiel Elliott DAL RB4 8 4
7 Julio Jones ATL WR3 9 10
8 David Johnson ARI RB5 12 6
9 Travis Kelce KC TE1 12 14
10 Michael Thomas NO WR4 9 11
11 Odell Beckham Jr. CLE WR5 7 12
12 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT WR6 7 15

Tier 3

13 James Conner PIT RB6 7 9
14 Le'Veon Bell NYJ RB7 4 8
15 Nick Chubb CLE RB8 7 18
16 Tyreek Hill KC WR7 12 16
17 Dalvin Cook MIN RB9 12 19
18 Mike Evans TB WR8 7 22
19 Joe Mixon CIN RB10 9 17
20 Keenan Allen LAC WR9 12 24
21 Todd Gurley LAR RB11 9 13
22 Antonio Brown OAK WR10 6 20

Tier 4

23 Adam Thielen MIN WR11 12 23
24 Stefon Diggs MIN WR12 12 34
25 George Kittle SF TE2 4 29
26 Damien Williams KC RB12 12 25
27 Kerryon Johnson DET RB13 5 28
28 Amari Cooper DAL WR13 8 33
29 Aaron Jones GB RB14 11 31
30 Leonard Fournette JAC RB15 10 26
31 Zach Ertz PHI TE3 10 27
32 Brandin Cooks LAR WR14 9 39
33 Devonta Freeman ATL RB16 9 30
34 Julian Edelman NE WR15 10 38
35 Robert Woods LAR WR16 9 41

Tier 5

36 Chris Godwin TB WR17 7 50
37 Patrick Mahomes KC QB1 12 21
38 Chris Carson SEA RB17 11 42
39 Kenny Golladay DET WR18 5 43
40 Josh Jacobs OAK RB18 6 32
41 Melvin Gordon LAC RB19 12 36
42 Tyler Lockett SEA WR19 11 48
43 Derrick Henry TEN RB20 11 37
44 Cooper Kupp LAR WR20 9 49
45 David Montgomery CHI RB21 6 45
46 Mark Ingram BAL RB22 8 46
47 Marlon Mack IND RB23 6 40
48 Tyler Boyd CIN WR21 9 54
49 O.J. Howard TB TE4 7 56
50 Sony Michel NE RB24 10 47
51 James White NE RB25 10 51
52 Evan Engram NYG TE5 11 57

Printable fantasy football cheat sheet with PPR rankings at each position can be found here

2019 Fantasy Football Mock Draft

Check out this video to see how the Fantasy Headliners did in their PPR mock draft, which also includes player breakdowns and strategic analysis:

2019 Fantasy Draft Advice

First-Round Stars

Christian McCaffrey, RB, Carolina Panthers

The Carolina Panthers struck gold when they drafted McCaffrey with the No. 8 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft and you can replicate their successes by nabbing the star running back early in your fantasy draft. McCaffrey blew up in a big way during his sophomore campaign in 2018, going off for 1,098 yards and seven touchdowns on 219 rushing attempts. He offers even more value as a receiver, an aspect of his game that makes McCaffrey a scoring machine in PPR leagues. McCaffrey totaled up an amazing 107 receptions on 124 targets, garnering 867 yards and six more scores through the air. Those efforts ranked him third in scoring amongst all fantasy football players, behind only Giants RB Saquon Barkley—2018’s Rookie of the Year and likely the only player worth drafting ahead of McCaffrey in PPR formats right now—and Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes, who won league MVP for his 50-touchdown campaign.

Outside of an unpredictable and unfortunate injury, it’s difficult to envision a scenario in which McCaffrey falls short of last year’s lofty numbers during the 2019 NFL season. He’s locked in as Carolina’s main offensive weapon and has another year of experience under his belt. One of the few concerns potential owners may have about drafting the RB is a comment that Panthers offensive coordinator Norv Turner made in the offseason. The second-year OC said he was aware of McCaffrey’s large snap count and mentioned that he plans to curb the time the back is on the field, albeit without lowering his touches (via ESPN):

I’m concerned about Christian’s [McCaffrey] touches. And, he had about 320. The carries take more out of you than completions, he had about 210 carries. I’ve had six different guys that have had over 400 touches. So, he’s not even close to some of the guys I’ve been with. Now, he was on the field 90% of the time — that’s documented. A lot of the times he’s running the swing. We need to get someone else on the field, but we aren’t going to minimize his carries or touches.

It remains to be seen if Turner’s plan to lower McCaffrey’s usage will impact his stat line, but owners shouldn’t bet on it. The Panthers simply don’t have many other suitable options in their backfield, which has almost zero collective NFL experience after cutting fourth-year back Cameron Artis-Payne earlier this week. McCaffrey saw the field for 965 offensive snaps in 2018—the only RB to eclipse the 900 mark—so even if he’s catching his breath a few more times per game, it should only serve to help him be more productive when he’s back on it. Don’t be afraid to take McCaffrey with any pick after No. 2 and consider him an immense value that can’t be passed up on if he falls beyond that mark.

Also Consider

Saquon Barkley, RB, New York Giants

DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Houston Texans

Julio Jones, WR, Atlanta Falcons

 

Early Busts to Avoid

Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Dallas Cowboys

The Zeke saga has officially dragged on past training camp and preseason, which means there is now a real risk that the Cowboys running back misses time during the 2019 NFL season. The 24-year-old is holding out for a new contract, not wishing to play out the rest of his deal which would pay him $3.8 million this year and $9 million next. Negotiations between the running back’s camp and the organization have been unfruitful to the point that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones recently said he is preparing to start the upcoming campaign without the team’s biggest star (via USAToday.com):

I’m operating as though right now he’s going to miss regular-season games. My entire expectation for what we’re putting together as a team right now would anticipate, with him holding out and not having any training camp, that he’s going to miss games. I just accept that.

Jon Machota tweeted another quote from Jones in which he said Dallas' expectations are still the same with or without Zeke for the 2019 season:

Fans have come to rely on Elliott as one of the top weapons in fantasy football after he won the league’s rushing title in two of the last three years. He’s usually an unstoppable PPR back, as evidenced by his 2,000-plus yards from scrimmage during the 2018 season. Unfortunately, if he’s not on the field for even some of the season, it’s going to severely impact his value. Elliott has already fallen from near the top of the expert consensus rankings down to No. 6 and could further plummet now based on Jones’ recent comments. Having your first-round pick produce is of utmost importance in fantasy football, something Le’Veon Bell owners learned the hard way last year when the running back held out the entire 2018 campaign because he couldn’t come to terms with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

If Zeke does end his holdout before your league drafts, you can bump him up and take him very early in Round 1. That’s looking highly unlikely at this point, so potential owners would be wise to stay away and avoid a potentially devastating scenario. Don’t use a valuable selection on a player that is almost certainly going to miss time, therefore reducing his production and potentially costing you a shot at the playoffs.

Also Consider

Todd Gurley, RB, Los Angeles Rams

Antonio Brown, WR, Oakland Raiders

Leonard Fournette, RB, Jacksonville Jaguars

 

Sleepers To Know

Devin Singletary, RB, Buffalo Bills

The Bills made shockwaves Saturday morning when they announced their decision to cut LeSean McCoy, parting ways with the veteran running back after four seasons with the team. This move has opened the door for their other RBs to get more playing time. The primary beneficiary of this should be Singletary, the third-round pick out of Florida Atlantic who has been lighting it up during the preseason. Adam Schefter believes that Singletary’s showing was one of the main reasons—alongside cap savings—that Buffalo ownership was comfortable dismissing McCoy:

Singletary will still have to compete for snaps with Frank Gore and T.J. Yeldon. Gore—the hardened 36-year-old back that Buffalo signed this spring—has been steadily declining in recent years and is coming off his worst statistical season since his rookie year back in 2005. He played in 14 games for the Dolphins, rushing just 156 times for 722 yards and zero touchdowns. Gore’s 4.6 yard per carry average was certainly effective, but it’s readily apparent the back doesn’t have much tread left on his tires. Don’t expect Buffalo’s coaching staff to lean any heavier on their aging offseason acquisition than Miami’s did, which means Singletary should be in line for a heavier workload now that McCoy is out of the picture.

Yeldon has a specific niche to fill in Buffalo’s offense as a pass-catching and third-down back, something he did during his first four seasons in the league with the Jaguars. He worked well in the platoon as Leonard Fournette in the Jacksonville offense and could provide a solid change-of-pace option alongside Singletary for the Bills. Realistically, it’s looking like Singletary and Gore will compete for early down snaps at the start of the campaign and Yeldon will get a majority of the third down and passing situation touches. If Singletary shows out during his time on the field, it would hardly be a surprise to see him overtake Gore and make a huge fantasy impact in the back half of the 2019 NFL season. Consider the rookie back a perfect mid-round sleeper to target in your draft this weekend.

Also Consider

Christian Kirk, WR, Arizona Cardinals

Kalen Ballage, RB, Miami Dolphins

T.J. Hockenson, TE, Detroit Lions

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If you are like millions of others around the country, your fantasy football draft for the 2019 NFL season is probably starting up quite soon. With Labor Day weekend finally here and the preseason in the rear-view, a majority of owners will find themselves on the clock within the next few days. Don’t fret if you aren’t prepared for your draft just yet, as there is still plenty of time to get prepared by learning the top players to draft early, potential busts to avoid and breakout sleeper candidates to keep an eye on in the later rounds.

Those who haven’t kept up with all the latest NFL news during the offseason and preseason could be at a disadvantage going into their upcoming fantasy drafts. There have been a myriad of changes to rosters around the league, including impact rookies drafted, marquee free agent acquisitions and depth chart altering injuries that occurred during training camp and in exhibition contests. These have drastically shifted the league’s landscape over the last six months or so, but don’t worry if you aren’t privy to these details for fantasy football purposes. All it takes is one strong list of rankings to come up with a cheat sheet that will help you draft the right players in the right spots this weekend.

One of the best ways to get an eagle-eyed view of the fantasy football draft rankings is to use an amalgamation of tier lists from as many top minds as possible. FantasyPros is one of the most highly regarded fantasy football sources due to their expert consensus rankings (ECR), which combines the results from over 100 different fantasy writers and averages them into a simple list for you to consume. The ECR list, which you can find in the table below, includes important information such as a player’s average draft position (ADP), bye week and positional stature. These are also broken down into tiers, which are batches of players that are of similar stature. If you find yourself choosing between two different prospects on draft night, it’s usually a safe bet to go with the one in a higher tier if possible. The rankings below are specially formulated for point-per-reception (PPR) format fantasy leagues, but you can click over to FantasyPros to find similar ECR values for standard and half-PPR leagues, or even input custom settings to create a list that suits your fantasy league’s unique ruleset.

After checking out the ECR table, be sure to watch the embedded video to see a mock draft play out live, then read on to find some players you should keep close tabs on during your 2019 fantasy football draft. You’ll discover some busts to stay away from, sleepers to target and stars that look ready to shine the brightest during the upcoming NFL season.

Fantasy Football 2019 Rankings

Rank

Player

Team

Pos

Bye

ADP

Tier 1

1 Saquon Barkley NYG RB1 11 1
2 Christian McCaffrey CAR RB2 7 2
3 Alvin Kamara NO RB3 9 3
4 DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR1 10 5

Tier 2

5 Davante Adams GB WR2 11 7
6 Ezekiel Elliott DAL RB4 8 4
7 Julio Jones ATL WR3 9 10
8 David Johnson ARI RB5 12 6
9 Travis Kelce KC TE1 12 14
10 Michael Thomas NO WR4 9 11
11 Odell Beckham Jr. CLE WR5 7 12
12 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT WR6 7 15

Tier 3

13 James Conner PIT RB6 7 9
14 Le'Veon Bell NYJ RB7 4 8
15 Nick Chubb CLE RB8 7 18
16 Tyreek Hill KC WR7 12 16
17 Dalvin Cook MIN RB9 12 19
18 Mike Evans TB WR8 7 22
19 Joe Mixon CIN RB10 9 17
20 Keenan Allen LAC WR9 12 24
21 Todd Gurley LAR RB11 9 13
22 Antonio Brown OAK WR10 6 20

Tier 4

23 Adam Thielen MIN WR11 12 23
24 Stefon Diggs MIN WR12 12 34
25 George Kittle SF TE2 4 29
26 Damien Williams KC RB12 12 25
27 Kerryon Johnson DET RB13 5 28
28 Amari Cooper DAL WR13 8 33
29 Aaron Jones GB RB14 11 31
30 Leonard Fournette JAC RB15 10 26
31 Zach Ertz PHI TE3 10 27
32 Brandin Cooks LAR WR14 9 39
33 Devonta Freeman ATL RB16 9 30
34 Julian Edelman NE WR15 10 38
35 Robert Woods LAR WR16 9 41

Tier 5

36 Chris Godwin TB WR17 7 50
37 Patrick Mahomes KC QB1 12 21
38 Chris Carson SEA RB17 11 42
39 Kenny Golladay DET WR18 5 43
40 Josh Jacobs OAK RB18 6 32
41 Melvin Gordon LAC RB19 12 36
42 Tyler Lockett SEA WR19 11 48
43 Derrick Henry TEN RB20 11 37
44 Cooper Kupp LAR WR20 9 49
45 David Montgomery CHI RB21 6 45
46 Mark Ingram BAL RB22 8 46
47 Marlon Mack IND RB23 6 40
48 Tyler Boyd CIN WR21 9 54
49 O.J. Howard TB TE4 7 56
50 Sony Michel NE RB24 10 47
51 James White NE RB25 10 51
52 Evan Engram NYG TE5 11 57

Printable fantasy football cheat sheet with PPR rankings at each position can be found here

2019 Fantasy Football Mock Draft

Check out this video to see how the Fantasy Headliners did in their PPR mock draft, which also includes player breakdowns and strategic analysis:

2019 Fantasy Draft Advice

First-Round Stars

Christian McCaffrey, RB, Carolina Panthers

The Carolina Panthers struck gold when they drafted McCaffrey with the No. 8 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft and you can replicate their successes by nabbing the star running back early in your fantasy draft. McCaffrey blew up in a big way during his sophomore campaign in 2018, going off for 1,098 yards and seven touchdowns on 219 rushing attempts. He offers even more value as a receiver, an aspect of his game that makes McCaffrey a scoring machine in PPR leagues. McCaffrey totaled up an amazing 107 receptions on 124 targets, garnering 867 yards and six more scores through the air. Those efforts ranked him third in scoring amongst all fantasy football players, behind only Giants RB Saquon Barkley—2018’s Rookie of the Year and likely the only player worth drafting ahead of McCaffrey in PPR formats right now—and Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes, who won league MVP for his 50-touchdown campaign.

Outside of an unpredictable and unfortunate injury, it’s difficult to envision a scenario in which McCaffrey falls short of last year’s lofty numbers during the 2019 NFL season. He’s locked in as Carolina’s main offensive weapon and has another year of experience under his belt. One of the few concerns potential owners may have about drafting the RB is a comment that Panthers offensive coordinator Norv Turner made in the offseason. The second-year OC said he was aware of McCaffrey’s large snap count and mentioned that he plans to curb the time the back is on the field, albeit without lowering his touches (via ESPN):

I’m concerned about Christian’s [McCaffrey] touches. And, he had about 320. The carries take more out of you than completions, he had about 210 carries. I’ve had six different guys that have had over 400 touches. So, he’s not even close to some of the guys I’ve been with. Now, he was on the field 90% of the time — that’s documented. A lot of the times he’s running the swing. We need to get someone else on the field, but we aren’t going to minimize his carries or touches.

It remains to be seen if Turner’s plan to lower McCaffrey’s usage will impact his stat line, but owners shouldn’t bet on it. The Panthers simply don’t have many other suitable options in their backfield, which has almost zero collective NFL experience after cutting fourth-year back Cameron Artis-Payne earlier this week. McCaffrey saw the field for 965 offensive snaps in 2018—the only RB to eclipse the 900 mark—so even if he’s catching his breath a few more times per game, it should only serve to help him be more productive when he’s back on it. Don’t be afraid to take McCaffrey with any pick after No. 2 and consider him an immense value that can’t be passed up on if he falls beyond that mark.

Also Consider

Saquon Barkley, RB, New York Giants

DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Houston Texans

Julio Jones, WR, Atlanta Falcons

 

Early Busts to Avoid

Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Dallas Cowboys

The Zeke saga has officially dragged on past training camp and preseason, which means there is now a real risk that the Cowboys running back misses time during the 2019 NFL season. The 24-year-old is holding out for a new contract, not wishing to play out the rest of his deal which would pay him $3.8 million this year and $9 million next. Negotiations between the running back’s camp and the organization have been unfruitful to the point that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones recently said he is preparing to start the upcoming campaign without the team’s biggest star (via USAToday.com):

I’m operating as though right now he’s going to miss regular-season games. My entire expectation for what we’re putting together as a team right now would anticipate, with him holding out and not having any training camp, that he’s going to miss games. I just accept that.

Jon Machota tweeted another quote from Jones in which he said Dallas' expectations are still the same with or without Zeke for the 2019 season:

Jerry Jones on @1053thefan when asked about expectations for this season not changing with Ezekiel Elliott holding out: “Most of these teams win Super Bowls without rushing champions. Secondly, we’ve had (Zeke) going on three or four years and we haven’t won it yet.” pic.twitter.com/MmQxsKUyuQ

— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) August 30, 2019

Fans have come to rely on Elliott as one of the top weapons in fantasy football after he won the league’s rushing title in two of the last three years. He’s usually an unstoppable PPR back, as evidenced by his 2,000-plus yards from scrimmage during the 2018 season. Unfortunately, if he’s not on the field for even some of the season, it’s going to severely impact his value. Elliott has already fallen from near the top of the expert consensus rankings down to No. 6 and could further plummet now based on Jones’ recent comments. Having your first-round pick produce is of utmost importance in fantasy football, something Le’Veon Bell owners learned the hard way last year when the running back held out the entire 2018 campaign because he couldn’t come to terms with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

If Zeke does end his holdout before your league drafts, you can bump him up and take him very early in Round 1. That’s looking highly unlikely at this point, so potential owners would be wise to stay away and avoid a potentially devastating scenario. Don’t use a valuable selection on a player that is almost certainly going to miss time, therefore reducing his production and potentially costing you a shot at the playoffs.

Also Consider

Todd Gurley, RB, Los Angeles Rams

Antonio Brown, WR, Oakland Raiders

Leonard Fournette, RB, Jacksonville Jaguars

 

Sleepers To Know

Devin Singletary, RB, Buffalo Bills

The Bills made shockwaves Saturday morning when they announced their decision to cut LeSean McCoy, parting ways with the veteran running back after four seasons with the team. This move has opened the door for their other RBs to get more playing time. The primary beneficiary of this should be Singletary, the third-round pick out of Florida Atlantic who has been lighting it up during the preseason. Adam Schefter believes that Singletary’s showing was one of the main reasons—alongside cap savings—that Buffalo ownership was comfortable dismissing McCoy:

Singletary will still have to compete for snaps with Frank Gore and T.J. Yeldon. Gore—the hardened 36-year-old back that Buffalo signed this spring—has been steadily declining in recent years and is coming off his worst statistical season since his rookie year back in 2005. He played in 14 games for the Dolphins, rushing just 156 times for 722 yards and zero touchdowns. Gore’s 4.6 yard per carry average was certainly effective, but it’s readily apparent the back doesn’t have much tread left on his tires. Don’t expect Buffalo’s coaching staff to lean any heavier on their aging offseason acquisition than Miami’s did, which means Singletary should be in line for a heavier workload now that McCoy is out of the picture.

Yeldon has a specific niche to fill in Buffalo’s offense as a pass-catching and third-down back, something he did during his first four seasons in the league with the Jaguars. He worked well in the platoon as Leonard Fournette in the Jacksonville offense and could provide a solid change-of-pace option alongside Singletary for the Bills. Realistically, it’s looking like Singletary and Gore will compete for early down snaps at the start of the campaign and Yeldon will get a majority of the third down and passing situation touches. If Singletary shows out during his time on the field, it would hardly be a surprise to see him overtake Gore and make a huge fantasy impact in the back half of the 2019 NFL season. Consider the rookie back a perfect mid-round sleeper to target in your draft this weekend.

Also Consider

Christian Kirk, WR, Arizona Cardinals

Kalen Ballage, RB, Miami Dolphins

T.J. Hockenson, TE, Detroit Lions

Source : https://www.forbes.com/sites/alexkay/2019/08/31/fantasy-football-2019-updated-rankings-sleepers-busts-mock-draft-picks-expert-tips-cheat-sheet/

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Fantasy Football 2019: Updated Rankings, Sleepers, Busts, Mock Draft Picks, Expert Tips, Cheat Sheet