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Pre-Season Power Rankings to come after Labor Day Weekend.


Joshy P4
Matt Behm1
52014Joshy P
62015Joshy P
92018Joshy P
102019Joshy P
132022Matt Behm

ALL TIME Playoff Wins:

AppearancesWinsLossesTotal GamesWin %1st2nd3rdFinal 4
6Matt Behm8881650.00%125
12Blake John111

ALL TIME Regular Season Wins:

WinsLossesWin %
6Matt Behm848749.12%
12Blake John202148.78%

ALL TIME Points:

202020212022TOTALS2YR AVG3YR AVG
3Matt Behm1,829.621,632.941,826.6020,435.521,729.771,763.05
12Blake John1,683.961,751.521,697.665,133.141,724.591,711.05

Superflex Weekly High Score:

Joshy P207.382019
Joshy P200.122021

Superflex Weekly Low Score:


Pre-Season Power Rankings:

2020202120223YR AVG
5Matt Behm1,829.621,632.941,826.601,763.05

12.) Joshy P

Joshy P has finished last in 2 of the past 3 years and remains unpunished. His QB duo of Fields and Geno is a fun combination of Top 5 upside and solid draft value, and Ridder QB3 will be fun to monitor. The RB room is a bit light, with the injured Javonte Williams leading the way, followed by solid RB2 contenders in D’Andre Swift and Khalil Herbert. Rashaad Penny is a potential sleeper to monitor, and I think we all agree that when healthy, he is a good back. The WR room is a strength with Jefferson, Garrett Wilson and Mike Williams. Hopefully Terry’s toe is good to go and some of his late round fliers on Thielen, Mooney and Slayton can contribute. The TE room has some potential with David Njoku and rookie Dalton Kincaid. I think if Javonte can produce and a steady RB2 emerges, Josh can be a playoff team.

11.) Dalton

Dalton traded draft slots with Jesse (#9) and secured two Top 5 QBs in Lamar Jackson and Justin Herbert from the 12 hole. This will be his anchor and should yield 40+ points per week.  He stacked Mark Andrews to solidify the TE spot and tacked on Sam LaPorta later, a fun upside stash.  The RB room is a collection of electric receiving backs; Jahmyr Gibbs, Alvin Kamara, James Cook and a wild Evan Hull.  Cook can hold the fort down and compete with AK41 when he returns for RB2, while flexing the other.  Overall, I think it’s a really fun PPR group and should be good for 25-30ppg.  That leaves Dalton’s weakness as the WR position.  George Pickens is the WR1 here, with Michael Pittman the WR2.  He’ll have WR3 tryouts between rookie Quentin Johnston, Romeo Doubs, Odell Beckham Jr., Donovan Peoples-Jones and Jonathan Mingo. It’s a fun list of sleepers and one or two should emerge as useful flexes.  Dalton won’t be a bottom feeder team this year and will push for a playoff bid, but I have him 9th in my projections.

10.) Jesse

Quite surprising to see Jesse ranked at 10th here, but that’ll change next week.  This draft is headlined by the sexy and rare stack of Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce.  These two will combine for 40+ every week.  To pair with Mahomes, he grabbed a lingering Trevor Lawrence, who I think most people like him as a Top 10 QB with Top 5 upside if things break right.  So right there, three picks in, Jesse locks in roughly 60pts from 2QBs and TE.  The board then presented him WR value, so he built a group of Keenan Allen, Amari Cooper, Brandon Aiyuk, Christian Kirk, Jordan Addison and 16th round Van Jefferson. A fun group of veterans and potential breakouts, all with WR2 range of outcomes.  This leaves Jesse’s weakness at the RB position; Cam Akers, Dalvin Cook, Samaje Perine, Tank Bigsby, Roschon Johnson and Ty Chandler.  Akers should provide RB2 numbers while the rest of the group will compete for Jesse’s 2nd RB slot.  The combination of veterans Cook/Perine can start the year while the rookies and Chandler sort themselves out.  If Jesse can hit on one of these RBs to join Akers, he’s a favorite to win the most games this year and will be a tough out in the Playoffs.  Fuck Cole Kmet.

9.) Blake John

Everyone’s favorite Two-Some did something a little different this year and waited on QB.  They pulled rookie Anthony Richardson in the 5th and jumped on Jared Goff in the 6th.  Goff will be the steady 16-20pt QB every week, while Richardson will rack up rushing stats and hopefully develop as a passer over the course of the season.  The RB room is a strength with CMC, Rhamondre, Mattison, Achane, Spears, Kyren Williams and Jeff Wilson Jr. CMC/Rhamondre is an elite RB duo and Mattison at RB3/Flex is a great volume play.  We’ll see if the rookies and Williams/Wilson can contribute.  The WR room is also a strength, landing Amon-Ra St. Brown and Chris Olave at the ⅔ turn to anchor this group.  They continued to add Gabe Davis, Marquise Brown, Elijah Moore and Parris Campbell.  WR3/Flex competition is deep and I could see them starting any one of these guys any given week.  This leaves TE as the only weakness with Dalton Schultz.  Not elite, but he should be steady and consistent enough to hit a floor of 8-10pts each week.  I like having TE be my weakness if I needed to choose one.  I see this team as a Top 4 contender with this starting lineup and deep bench, ready to battle in the playoffs.

8.) Andrew

Andrew was delighted to collect Josh Allen at 6th overall to be his QB1 and was able to add on something old and something new in Matthew Stafford and Bryce Young, forming a respectable QB room. Andrew has been notorious for his weak ass RB rooms, but I think he came out decent this year with Josh Jacobs, Breece Hall, Miles Sanders, Jamaal Williams, Devin Singletary and wildcard Deon Jackson.  If Andrew can win games during the Breece ramp up period, this will be a great RB group in the 2nd half of the year.  The WR room is made up of Tee Higgins, Diontae Johnson, Tyler Lockett, Michael Gallup and Alec Pierce.  Love the top 3 guys, but would have like to see maybe one more flexible depth piece here.  At TE, Andrew could not pass up Pat Daddy Freiermuth as his TE1 and added 2nd year Chig Okonkwo as insurance.  This looks like one of Andrew’s better drafts and he should compete for a playoff spot, he just needs a QB2 to separate and for Breece to get acclimated.

7.) Drake

Drake got his dream RB room of Bijan Robinson, Tony Pollard, and Najee Harris, but then I think he forgot about drafting RBs.  This is an elite trio, probably the best in the league, but we’ll see if the depth will be tested.  After starting RB heavy, Drake pounded WRs in the mid rounds and came away with a group of Jaylen Waddle, Deebo Samuel, DeAndre Hopkins, Treylon Burks, JuJu Smith-Poopster and Rashee Rice.  I like this group quite a bit, as it is top heavy and deep with some young upside stashes in Burks/Rice.  The QB room came together in the 8th/9th rounds with starters Russell Wilson and Jordan Love.  Drake continued to add CJ Stroud as QB3, Mac Jones as QB4, and the wheels came off when Drew Bledsoe was selected as QB5 in the 15th round.  Evan Engram fell to a really nice value in the 10th round, and Drake backs him up with breakout TE Luke Musgrave.  This team will be led by the RBs and top end WRs, with all of the pressure falling on Russ/Love.  I have Drake 5th in projection standings.

6.) Pele

Let’s start with Pele’s WRs, which is always his highest drafted positional group.  This year, he collects both Philly WRs in AJ Brown and DeVonta Smith, while adding Christian Watson, Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Tyler Boyd, KJ Osborn and Jalin Hyatt.  It seems pretty thin after the top 3, but JSN should be someone who emerges as a WR3/Flex play at some point.  Veterans Boyd and Osborn could be flexed and the upside of Hyatt is something to monitor.  At QB, Pele waited to take Kirk Cousins in the 6th and Kenny Pickett in the 7th.  The lack of a QB3 could be an issue.  At RB, he anchored his draft with Austin Ekeler and then added Isiah Pacheco, Brian Robinson Jr., Jerick McKinnon and Joshua Kelley.  I think he’ll like his RB2 competition between Pacheco and BRob, and can maybe whip out McKinnon when needed.  Not a bad group.  At TE, he surprisingly pulled TJ Hockenson in the 5th and Gerald Everett as backup in the 14th.  I don’t see any glaring weaknesses besides maybe wishing a QB3 was here.  Pele will compete for a playoff spot.

5.) Matt Behm

Our 1st time defending Champ, Matt Behm.  His starting QBs this year will be Tua Tagovailoa and Derek Carr.  Tua offers Top 10 upside every week and I think Carr will be steady as a QB2 each week.  I think a QB3 would have been nice as Tua insurance.  At RB, he grabbed Nick Chubb in the 2nd and JK Dobbins in the 5th.  Backups include Jaylen Warren (dammit), Tyler Allgeier, Damien Harris and Jerome Ford. As long as Chubb/Dobbins are healthy, they are a great 1-2 punch.  If not, depth could be an issue here as the other 4 appear to be more handcuffs, although I think Warren and Allgeier are going to play a lot as change of pace backs. The WR room looks pretty solid, with Tyreek Hill, Calvin Ridley, DJ Moore and Brandin Cooks as the headliners.  Backup duties belong to Nico Collins and Marquez Valdes-Scantling.  The TE spot will be held down by Kyle Pitts, someone I think we are all excited to see if he can finally put it together.  Backup TE Juwan Johnson is a great insurance policy if not.  I have Matt at #6 in my season-long projections and he will have the juice to defend his title.

4.) Jake

Jake got his draft started off with Joe Burrow QB1 and landed Aaron Rodgers as QB2 in the 6th round.  We love Joe Burrow and I think Rodgers is a solid QB2 this year with the Jets.  Jake’s WRs turned out pretty well, with Davante Adams, Drake London, Jahan Dotson, Zay Flowers, and Michael Thomas. 3 Young Pups and 2 Vets.  Slight reaches on London and Dotson, but both 2nd Year WRs are set up for breakout seasons and could look like steals after Week 1.  If MT stays healthy, this group is solid.  At RB, Jake grabs Travis Etienne to be his RB1.  He then paused for a bit and waited till Round 8 to grab his RB2 Rachaad White before hammering RBs to finish the draft in Raheem Mostert, Elijah Mitchell, Kenneth Gainwell, Ezekiel Elliott and Clyde Edwards-Helaire.  ETN and White can hold the fort down, and the bench guys will be interesting to monitor and see if anyone emerges as RB2/Flex worthy.  At TE, he pulled George Kittle in the 7th and backed him up with Irv Smith round 15.  No glaring weaknesses here, but Jake’s team will depend heavily on 2nd year players and veterans staying elite and healthy.  I have him just missing the playoffs.

3.) Michael

Michael built himself a really sturdy RB room with Saquon Barkley, Aaron Jones, James Conner, AJ Dillon and handcuff Matt Breida.  At QB, he pulled Deshaun Watson in the 4th, Jimmy Garoppolo in the 10th and Kyler Murray in the 15th.  If Kyler Murray returns in a timely fashion, this could be a really nice hit.  As long as Jimmer G is healthy, he will be a solid QB2 value.  At WR, Stefon Diggs is the headliner with veterans Chris Godwin, Courtland Sutton, Jakobi Meyers, Allen Lazard and DJ Chark.  Godwin/Sutton are solid WR2s and 3s, while Meyers/Lazard/Chark offer quality WR depth and can be flexed at times.  Darren Waller at TE1 is my favorite pick of Michael’s, with Greg Dulcich backing him up.  Unfortunately, Schmidty has graded out as my 12th ranked team in projections and I see him missing the playoffs, but what do I know.  He’s ranked third all time in regular season wins and points, so we cannot count him out.

2.) Cody

The man who drank the least, appears to have drank the most. Cody got things started with QB1 Jalen Hurts and landed Daniel Jones as QB2 in the 4th.  Both Top 10 QB options this season if DJ can build off last year’s success.  At RB, Cody grabbed Derrick Henry in the 3rd, Joe Mixon in the 5th, Kenneth Walker in the 6th, a falling Jonathan Taylor in the 9th and finished it off with Zach Charbonnet, Tyjae Spears and Kyren Williams.  I love these last three as bench stashes, and a healthy Mixon/Walker/Henry is a fantastic trio.  If/when JT comes back, this team is built to smash and I think Cody built a great RB room to carry JT.  At WR, he grabbed the falling Cooper Kupp in round 2 and began building out his depth with Mike Evans, Jerry Jeudy, Kadarius Toney, Rashod Bateman and Parris Campbell.  The health of Kupp will be something to monitor for Week 1, as well as Jeudy.  At TE, Cody grabbed Hayden Hurst with his last pick and will need to babysit this position all year.  This team has some bangers, but it also has some of the riskiest picks in the entire draft with Kupp, Jeudy and JT.  It’s easy to see a 1st place or last place finish here, but I have Cody just missing the playoffs.

1.) Kyle

Would it surprise you if I said my team graded out as the highest projected weekly team total with 142.96? We’ll start with my WRs Ja’Marr Chase, CeeDee Lamb and DK Metcalf, arguably the best WR trio in the league.  I’m expecting 50-55pts per game from these three.  My WR depth is Skyy Moore, Marvin Mims and Jayden Reed, so we’ll need one of these to break out and emerge as a flexible WR4.  I think all 3 break out.  At RB, I waited for Dameon Pierce and David Montgomery at RB1/2.  My depth is thin behind them with Antonio Gibson, Kendre Miller and Rico Dowdle, but I am fully expecting a Gibson revival in PPR formats this year with new OC Bienemy.  Pierce and Monty ended up as elite RB2s in my projections and I think they can combine for 28ppg.  At TE, I am in love with Dallas Goedert and can see him finishing as high at TE3/4 this year, aiming for 12ppg.  My QBs are a bit of a value project, but I think Dak can be a Top 10/12 QB in most weeks, and QB2 competition between Brock Purdy and Sam Howell will be fun to watch.  I am expecting roughly 34 QB points each week.  Y’all know I’ll pluck 1-2 starters off the WW anyways. Good luck!!!

Blake John141.94
Joshy P140.95