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As the preseason starts to wind down and fantasy football players everywhere start getting into drafting or wrapping up their prep for their drafts, we’re also wrapping up our preseason rankings for the year.
What follows is our overall top 200 players for the 2018 fantasy football season, which is based on our position-specific preseason rankings. I should mention one thing before you dive into this: I don’t really like large, overall lists like these. I think it’s far more valuable in a draft to break down each position and draft the most valuable player at the position your team needs the most at that moment in the draft.
That being said, there is a usefulness to these overall lists, but just know that they’re not the be-all end-all of what you should do in your drafts. If you’d like to see a position breakdown and analysis for each player in that position, check out our position-specific rankings articles.
Anyways, here are our top-200 player rankings with a neat widget from FantasyPros that compares us to the rest of the industry. Enjoy!
Quick note: these rankings are standard only for now. PPR will be added once the PPR rankings are released.
ADP – Average Draft Position
Going into a draft whats ur opinion on a flex in a standard 2RB/2WR/1TE? RB or WR? Say you take RB RB WR with your first three picks, would you then go WR to fill need or RB if best player available?
Generally speaking, I’m a “best player available” kind of guy early in standard drafts, however I think going RB/RB/WR early isn’t a bad strategy at all (unless some WR is available in your second round who really shouldn’t be available).