PPR Top 100

by @theFellowKGB 8/2/21

PPRPos.PlayerPPRPos.Player
1RB1Christian McCaffrey13RB9Austin Ekeler
2RB2Alvin Kamara14RB10Joe Mixon
3RB3Dalvin Cook15RB11Jonathan Taylor
4RB4Derrick Henry16RB12Antonio Gibson
5WR1Davante Adams17RB13Najee Harris
6RB5Ezekiel Elliott18WR4Calvin Ridley
7TE1Travis Kelce19WR5DeAndre Hopkins
8WR2Tyreek Hill20WR6DK Metcalf
9WR3Stefon Diggs21WR7AJ Brown
10RB6Aaron Jones22WR8Justin Jefferson
11RB7Nick Chubb23TE2Darren Waller
12RB8Saquon Barkley24TE3George Kittle

You will find 13 RBs, 8 WRs and 3 TEs in my first two rounds, or Top 24. The RBs 6-13 are all interchangeable based on your perspective, and all of them look fantastic as your RB2s if you are so lucky to get one as such. I feel good about them all being potential RB1s, but the value of getting one as your RB2 is exciting. When navigating the first round, the Top 4 RBs are a lock for me. After that, take your favorite RB or Adams, Diggs, Hill or Kelce. If you elect to go WR/TE in the first, you are in great shape to grab one of the RBs I have ranked RB6-13. If you are in the back end of Round 2, it makes sense to grab your favorite WR from the Ridley, Hopkins, Metcalf, Brown, Jefferson tier. Waller and Kittle are the last of the elite TEs and deserve consideration as early as I have them above.


25-48

25RB14Clyde Edwards-Helaire37WR17Amari Cooper
26RB15JK Dobbins38WR18Diontae Johnson
27WR9Allen Robinson39RB18Miles Sanders
28WR10Terry McLaurin40WR19Tyler Lockett
29WR11Robert Woods41WR20Juju Smith-Schuster
30WR12CeeDee Lamb42TE4Kyle Pitts
31WR13Keenan Allen43RB19D’Andre Swift
32WR14Cooper Kupp44QB1Patrick Mahomes
33WR15Chris Godwin45QB2Kyler Murray
34WR16Mike Evans46QB3Josh Allen
35RB16Chris Carson47RB20Darrell Henderson
36RB17David Montgomery48RB21Josh Jacobs

This is a very important stretch of your draft: Rounds 3 and 4 must be hits if you plan to win your league. Round 3 starts with 4 RBs that I would love as my RB2 or RB3. After those RBs, I really don’t care for the position until a few rounds later. I believe Rounds 3 and 4 are made for WR, TE and maybe QB at the end. Starting RB/RB or RB/TE in your first two picks allows you to snag some excellent WRs in the 3rd and 4th. I would not start thinking about QB until the end of the 4th, and I rarely decide to be the first team to select one. Sometimes, the safe pick is the best pick in these early rounds.


49-72

49WR21DJ Moore61WR26Brandon Aiyuk
50WR22Robby Anderson62WR27Tee Higgins
51WR23Adam Thielen63WR28Julio Jones
52WR24Ja’Marr Chase64WR29Michael Gallup
53QB4Aaron Rodgers65WR30Deebo Samuel
54QB5Dak Prescott66TE6Mark Andrews
55QB6Lamar Jackson67QB7Russell Wilson
56TE5TJ Hockenson68QB8Tom Brady
57RB22Myles Gaskin69QB9Justin Herbert
58RB23Mike Davis70RB26Travis Etienne
59RB24Kareem Hunt71RB27James Conner
60WR25Odell Beckham Jr.72RB28Chase Edmonds

I believe that Rounds 5 and 6 are the most important rounds of your entire draft. This is where things can get unpredictable as teams begin to reach for their guys and begin to draft for need. My rule is to always draft best player available, no matter what positions I have already drafted. In this group, you will find 10 WRs, 2 TEs, 6 QBs and 6 RBs. The strength of this range is the WR depth and I strongly recommend taking at least 1 of these guys above. The best value of this group though is the QBs. I want one of these Top 9 guys, and some of them will likely be available later. Ideally, you take a WR in the 5th and whoever falls from the Rodgers/Prescott/Lamar group. If you want to pass on those QBs, wait for Russell/Brady/Herbert. Hockenson and Andrews will provide stable points at the TE spot if you want to lock in a Top 5 caliber TE, or continue pounding RB/WR. I understand that this Round5/6 range is where my rankings look much different than consensus, so if any of the guys above fall into the 7th round, scoop them up! Especially James Conner.


73-100

73RB29Ronald Jones87RB35Raheem Mostert
74RB30Melvin Gordon88RB36Javonte Williams
75RB31James Robinson89RB37Kenyan Drake
76RB32Damien Harris90WR37Courtland Sutton
77RB33Michael Carter91WR38Kenny Golladay
78WR31Antonio Brown92WR39Brandin Cooks
79WR32Tyler Boyd93WR40Jarvis Landry
80WR33Laviska Shenault Jr.94RB38Leonard Fournette
81WR34DJ Chark95RB39AJ Dillon
82WR35Chase Claypool96QB10Jalen Hurts
83WR36Jerry Jeudy97QB11Ryan Tannehill
84TE7Noah Fant98QB12Matthew Stafford
85TE8Logan Thomas99TE9Robert Tonyan
86RB34Trey Sermon100TE10Tyler Higbee

This is a fun group of players to draft from, specifically the left side of the chart. I want as many of those players as I can get. I do like the QBs on the right if you are cool with waiting for your QB1, as well as the 2 TE’s at the bottom. I prefer to load up on my flex positions in this range and continue to build depth.


Bonus 101-125:

101TE11Dallas Goedert114RB42David Johnson
102TE12Irv Smith Jr.115RB43Tony Pollard
103TE13Mike Gesicki116RB44Latavius Murray
104TE14Jonnu Smith117WR45Marquise Brown
105WR41Mike Williams118WR46Tre’Quan Smith
106WR42Darnell Mooney119WR47DeVonta Smith
107WR43Will Fuller120WR48Curtis Samuel
108WR44Mecole Hardman121WR49Henry Ruggs
109QB13Matt Ryan122WR50Marvin Jones
110QB14Joe Burrow123WR51Emmaneul Sanders
111QB15Kirk Cousins124WR52DeVante Parker
112RB40Nyheim Hines125RB45James White
113RB41Zack Moss