Fantasy Football Rankings 2015

2015 Fantasy Football Projections & Rankings

Flex Projections | Version: 2.1
Fantasy Rankings updated explained here

PPR Scoring
Standard Scoring
Pos. Age Bye Team Running Backs GM Yards TD Rec RecYds RecTD Projection  PPG15 PPG14 Fantasy Div Projection  PPG15 PPG14 Fantasy Div
RB1 30 5
Adrian Peterson 16 1412 12 43 374 2 262.6 16.4 n/a n/a 305.6 19.1 n/a n/a
RB2 24 7
Eddie Lacy 16 1187 11 42 383 3 241 15.1 14.7 0.4 283 17.7 17.3 0.4
RB3 28 9
Jamaal Charles 16 1192 11 49 433 2 240.5 15 14.5 0.5 289.5 18.1 17.1 1
RB4 24 7
C.J Anderson 16 1313 10 56 411 0 232.4 14.5 12.7 1.8 288.4 18 15.1 2.9
RB5 28 9
Marshawn Lynch 16 1281 12 30 260 1 232.1 14.5 16.8 -2.3 262.1 16.4 19.1 -2.7
WR1 26 6
Dez Bryant 16 91 1574 12 229.4 14.3 14.3 0 320.4 20.03 19.8 0.22
RB6 28 9
Arian Foster 14 1221 9 46 390 2 227.1 16.2 18.1 -1.9 273.1 19.5 21 -1.5
WR2 26 11
Antonio Brown 15 116 1625 10 222.5 14.8 15.5 -0.7 338.5 22.57 23.6 -1.03
RB7 22 7
Jeremy Hill 16 1254 11 31 249 1 222.3 13.9 11.7 2.2 253.3 15.8 13.4 2.4
WR3 27 7
Demaryius Thomas 16 101 1619 10 221.9 13.9 14.2 -0.3 322.9 20.18 21.2 -1.02
WR4 26 10
Julio Jones 16 107 1478 12 219.8 13.7 13 0.7 326.8 20.43 20 0.43
RB8 29 7
Matt Forte 16 1123 6 71 532 2 213.5 13.3 15.3 -2 284.5 17.8 21.7 -3.9
WR5 22 11
Odell Beckham 16 105 1427 11 208.7 13 16.9 -3.9 313.7 19.61 24.5 -4.89
RB9 22 11
Le’Veon Bell 13 1106 7 64 425 2 207.1 15.9 18 -2.1 271.1 20.9 23.2 -2.3
WR6 29 9
Calvin Johnson 15 95 1526 9 206.6 13.8 12 1.8 301.6 20.11 17.4 2.71
WR7 26 7
A.J. Green 16 95 1397 11 205.7 12.9 11.7 1.2 300.7 18.79 17.4 1.39
RB10 27 8
DeMarco Murray 16 1214 8 37 267 1 202.1 12.6 19 -6.4 239.1 14.9 22.6 -7.7
RB11 26 8
LeSean McCoy 16 1285 6 44 311 1 201.6 12.6 11.1 1.5 245.6 15.4 13 2.4
RB12 22 6
Melvin Gordon** 16 1188 8 29 227 1 195.5 12.2 n/a n/a 224.5 14 n/a n/a
WR8 29 7
Jordy Nelson 16 90 1414 9 195.4 12.2 14.4 -2.2 285.4 17.84 20.5 -2.66
WR9 25 7
Alshon Jeffery 16 91 1348 10 194.8 12.2 10.8 1.4 285.8 17.86 16.1 1.76
RB13 31 10
Frank Gore 16 1161 6 35 290 2 193.1 12.1 9.5 2.6 228.1 14.3 10.2 4.1
TE1 25 4
Rob Gronkowski 16 77 1210 12 193 12.1 12.3 -0.2 270 16.9 17.8 -0.9
RB14 29 9
Justin Forsett 16 1011 5 66 417 2 184.8 11.6 12.6 -1.1 250.8 15.7 15.3 0.4
WR10 22 6
Mike Evans 16 79 1252 9 179.2 11.2 11.8 -0.6 258.2 16.14 16.3 -0.16
Rank Age Bye Team Quarterback GM PYrds TD INT Ryrd RTD FP15 PPG15 FP14 PPG14 Fantasy DIV
QB1 25 10
Andrew Luck 16 4761 44 16 263 3 377.9 23.6 336 21 2.62
QB2 31 7
Aaron Rodgers 16 4571 41 7 210 2 361.6 22.6 342 21.38 1.22
QB3 26 9
Russell Wilson 16 3810 25 9 646 7 310.6 19.4 312 19.5 -0.09
QB4 35 11
Drew Brees 16 4719 32 17 52 0 305 19.1 290 18.13 0.93
QB5 26 5
Ryan Tannehill 16 4202 29 14 286 1 299.1 18.7 266 16.63 2.07
QB6 38 7
Peyton Manning 16 4438 34 14 -20 0 297.5 18.6 307 19.19 -0.59
QB7 29 10
Matt Ryan 16 4611 29 15 95 0 294.9 18.4 268 16.75 1.68
QB8 34 6
Tony Romo 16 4248 32 13 45 0 289.4 18.1 258 16.13 1.96
QB9 27 5
Cam Newton 16 3488 21 13 623 6 275.1 17.2 237 14.81 2.38
QB10 32 11
Ben Roethlisberger 16 4338 27 14 67 0 274.2 17.1 295 18.44 -1.3
QB11 26 9
Matthew Stafford 16 4423 25 16 71 1 268.4 16.8 237 14.81 1.96
QB12 33 10
Philip Rivers 16 4114 26 15 41 0 257.7 16.1 254 15.88 0.23

See all 2015 QB Projections Here

2015 Fantasy QB Breakdown

Written By Jody Smith

Tier 1

Andrew LuckClearly the highest scoring, and potentially most valuable players in fantasy football continue to be the top-tiered quarterbacks, but the cost to acquire their services can potentially torpedo the depth at other, more volatile and less deep positions. That top tier is remarkably short this season, as there are arguably two QB’s who are just a tad ahead of the rest of a deep, and talented pool of good-to-great fantasy quarterbacks. If you have the confidence that you will still land solid RB, WR and TE depth later in your draft, be ready to invest anywhere from a late first to third round pick to select from Tier 1.

The time has come for Andrew Luck to be the first QB selected in every fantasy football draft this year. Luck has improved in each of his three seasons and took a huge leap forward last year, with 43 total TD’s while leading the Colts to within a game of the Superbowl. Now Indy has added even more offensive weapons like Andre Johnson, Frank Gore and 2015 1st rounder Phillip Dorsett to an already potent attack. The Colts should have one of the highest scoring attacks in the league and Luck will threaten the 5000-yard mark and 40+ touchdowns.

Aaron Rodgers remains a truly elite quarterback in real and fantasy football. Rodgers’ 2014 season with a mere five interceptions was quite remarkable. In fact, with a career INT % of only 1.6%, Rodgers is the all-time leader in NFL history in that category. With Green Bay re-signing WR Randall Cobb, all the key offensive weapons from last season’s No. 6 offense are in place. Rodgers, 31, is comfortably in his prime and the Packers remain one of the favorites to represent the NFC in Super Bowl 50. Fantasy football owners who want to secure the services of one of the two top-tiered throwers this season are going to likely have to invest a third round pick or higher to do so.

Tier 2

The second tier of QB’s is where the vast majority of wining fantasy owners will be targeting their signal-caller this season. Since investing in Andrew Luck or Aaron Rodgers means an early pick and a hit to more important positions and depth, waiting until the middle rounds (5-9) to target this group seems like the best strategy…. Read more QB Forecasts Here

 

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Running Back Projections | Version 2.1

PPR Scoring
Standard Scoring
Pos. Age Bye Team Running Backs GM Yards TD Rec RecYds RTD Projection  PPG15 PPG14 Fantasy Div Projection  PPG15 PPG14 Fantasy Div
RB1 30 5
Adrian Peterson 16 1412 12 43 374 2 262.6 16.4 n/a n/a 305.6 19.1 n/a n/a
RB2 24 7
Eddie Lacy 16 1187 11 42 383 3 241 15.1 14.7 0.4 283 17.7 17.3 0.4
RB3 28 9
Jamaal Charles 16 1192 11 49 433 2 240.5 15 14.5 0.5 289.5 18.1 17.1 1
RB4 24 7
C.J Anderson 16 1313 10 56 411 0 232.4 14.5 12.7 1.8 288.4 18 15.1 2.9
RB5 28 9
Marshawn Lynch 16 1281 12 30 260 1 232.1 14.5 16.8 -2.3 262.1 16.4 19.1 -2.7
RB6 28 9
Arian Foster 14 1221 9 46 390 2 227.1 16.2 18.1 -1.9 273.1 19.5 21 -1.5
RB7 22 7
Jeremy Hill 16 1254 11 31 249 1 222.3 13.9 11.7 2.2 253.3 15.8 13.4 2.4
RB8 29 7
Matt Forte 16 1123 6 71 532 2 213.5 13.3 15.3 -2 284.5 17.8 21.7 -3.9
RB9 22 11
Le’Veon Bell 13 1106 7 64 425 2 207.1 15.9 18 -2.1 271.1 20.9 23.2 -2.3
RB10 27 8
DeMarco Murray 16 1214 8 37 267 1 202.1 12.6 19 -6.4 239.1 14.9 22.6 -7.7
RB11 26 8
LeSean McCoy 16 1285 6 44 311 1 201.6 12.6 11.1 1.5 245.6 15.4 13 2.4
RB12 22 6
Melvin Gordon** 16 1188 8 29 227 1 195.5 12.2 n/a n/a 224.5 14 n/a n/a
RB13 31 10
Frank Gore 16 1161 6 35 290 2 193.1 12.1 9.5 2.6 228.1 14.3 10.2 4.1

See all of Gridiron Experts 2015 RB Projections Here

 

2015 Fantasy Running Back Forecasts:

Adrian Peterson

Minnesota Vikings | Age: 30 | Bye Week: 5

Adrian PetersonSome might be hesitant to draft Peterson given his off the field issues and his age (30). While we can’t guarantee he’ll behave himself off the field, we can assure you it’d be foolish to discount Peterson because of his age. Not only has Peterson proven time and time again his body is unlike any other (See: 2,097 yards and 13 TDs, only months removed from reconstructive knee surgery), but he was also given the gift of a year off from taking hits from defensive linemen and linebackers. Remember the tear Lebron James went on with only two weeks of rest?

Adrian Peterson will be well-rested, anxious to explode on the scene in 2015. He enters a Norv Turner offense that wants to get him involved in the passing game and takes the reigns of a rushing attack that amassed 1800 yards and 12 TDs in his absence, with a rookie QB and the inexperienced combination of Matt Asiata and Jerrick McKinnon. Insert a well-rested running back who’s arguably one of the best of all-time and we should see a fantasy explosion from AP in 2015.

Jamaal Charles

Kansas City Chiefs | Age: 28 | Bye Week: 9

Jamaal CharlesThere’s no such thing as a perfectly safe fantasy pick, but Jamaal Charles is about as close as it gets. The stalwart fantasy star has racked up at least 1,300 yards each season since he missed 2011 with a season-ending injury, and shows no signs of slowing down quite yet. Charles himself recently said he wants to play another six years, and while that might be a stretch, a stellar 2015 season is more probable than not.

Charles has yet to finish a season with a YPC average under 5.0, and besides the one missed season, he has only sat out of 3 regular season games over his 7-year career. In any league, Charles is a serious contender for the first overall pick, but he should top the most draft boards in RB-heavy PPR formats, or PPR formats with fewer wide receivers or flex spots, thanks to his heavy use in the passing game; he hasn’t finished a season with fewer than 35 catches since his rookie year. Charles is fast, strong, durable, and versatile. That’s always an excellent decision, and if you like safe in the first round, he’s as good as it’s going to get.

Matt Forte

Chicago Bears | Age: 29 | Bye Week: 7

Matt Forte Fantasy 2015Antonio Brown led the league in receptions last season with 129, followed by Demaryius Thomas (111), Julio Jones (104) and…Matt Forte (102). That’s right. Matt Forte caught more balls than Emmanuel Sanders, Jordy Nelson, Odell Beckham Jr. and Dez Bryant.

In PPR formats, no one can fault you for grabbing Forte as early as possible. In standard scoring, its hard to argue there as well. Forte is the consummate workhorse, finding ways to grind out points both through the air and on the ground. With Brandon Marshall out of town, expect Forte to be Cutler’s security blanket in 2015. Over the last two seasons, Forte has averaged close to 1,900 yards and 11 TDs. Don’t let the change in oversight discourage you either. Under Adam Gase, the Broncos averaged over 1,800 yards and 15.5 rushing TDs the last two seasons.

Check out more: Can Matt Forte Remain an Elite Fantasy RB?

Eddie Lacy

Green Bay Packers | Age: 24 | Bye Week: 7

Eddie LacyMost people think about Eddie Lacy and remember a second consecutive quality season in one of the hottest offenses in the league, but owners of Lacy remember his agonizingly slow start to the season last year. He did manage to pick up the pace (otherwise he wouldn’t be this high in the rankings), but the confusing early-season struggles have to give prospective fantasy owners pause.

Whether it was Mike McCarthy saving Lacy for work later in the season, an undisclosed injury, or something else, fantasy owners hope we don’t see a repeat next season. Beyond that concern, Lacy is an excellent high pick. His YPC improved in his sophomore season, he played all 16 games, his pass protection improved, and he saw more targets in the passing game. He’s a big guy, but he has enough speed to hurt defenses if they focus too much on Green Bay’s other weapons.

There is one mild frustration in touchdown thief and fan favorite, John Kuhn, but Lacy’s production and all-around usage makes up for that small issue….

Check out more RB Forecasts here

 

Wide Receiver Projections | version 2.1

PPR Scoring
Standard Scoring
Pos. Age Bye Team Wide Receivers GM Rec RecYds RecTD Projection  PPG15 PPG14 Fantasy Div Projection  PPG15 PPG14 Fantasy Div
WR1 26 6
Dez Bryant 16 91 1574 12 229.4 14.3 14.3 0 320.4 20.03 19.8 0.22
WR2 26 11
Antonio Brown 15 116 1625 10 222.5 14.8 15.5 -0.7 338.5 22.57 23.6 -1.03
WR3 27 7
Demaryius Thomas 16 101 1619 10 221.9 13.9 14.2 -0.3 322.9 20.18 21.2 -1.02
WR4 26 10
Julio Jones 16 107 1478 12 219.8 13.7 13 0.7 326.8 20.43 20 0.43
WR5 22 11
Odell Beckham 16 105 1427 11 208.7 13 16.9 -3.9 313.7 19.61 24.5 -4.89
WR6 29 9
Calvin Johnson 15 95 1526 9 206.6 13.8 12 1.8 301.6 20.11 17.4 2.71
WR7 26 7
A.J. Green 16 95 1397 11 205.7 12.9 11.7 1.2 300.7 18.79 17.4 1.39
WR8 29 7
Jordy Nelson 16 90 1414 9 195.4 12.2 14.4 -2.2 285.4 17.84 20.5 -2.66
WR9 25 7
Alshon Jeffery 16 91 1348 10 194.8 12.2 10.8 1.4 285.8 17.86 16.1 1.76
WR10 22 6
Mike Evans 16 79 1252 9 179.2 11.2 11.8 -0.6 258.2 16.14 16.3 -0.16
WR11 24 7
Randall Cobb 16 93 1275 8 175.5 11 12.5 -1.5 268.5 16.78 18.2 -1.42
WR12 25 10
TY Hilton 16 82 1324 7 174.4 10.9 11.8 -0.9 256.4 16.03 17.2 -1.18
WR13 22 9
DeAndre Hopkins 16 86 1263 8 174.3 10.9 9.8 1.1 260.3 16.27 14.6 1.67
WR14 22 8
Jordan Matthews 16 81 1103 9 164.3 10.3 8.5 1.8 245.3 15.33 12.6 2.73
WR15 24 5
Kelvin Benjamin 16 74 1090 8 157 9.8 9.7 0.1 231 14.44 14.2 0.24
WR16 21 6
Amari Cooper** 16 84 1150 7 157 9.8 n/a n/a 241 15.06 n/a n/a
WR17 27 7
Emmanuel Sanders 16 80 1077 8 155.7 9.7 12.2 -2.5 235.7 14.73 18.5 -3.77
WR18 23 10
Keenan Allen 16 81 1123 7 154.3 9.6 7.3 2.3 235.3 14.71 12.8 1.91
WR19 33 10
Andre Johnson 16 75 1062 8 154.2 9.6 7.4 2.2 229.2 14.33 13.1 1.23
WR20 21 11
Brandin Cooks 16 82 1110 6 147 9.2 7.3 1.9 229 14.31 12.6 1.71

See all 2015 Wide Receiver Projections here

Wide Receiver 2015 Player Forecasts

Antonio Brown

Pittsburgh Steelers | Age: 26 | Bye Week: 11

Antonio BrownAntonio Brown burst onto the scene in 2013 with 110 catches and 1,499 yards and eight touchdowns. He followed that up with another career year as he moved to another level of wide receiver performance. He caught 129 receptions for 1,698 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2014 and led the league in receptions and yards. What is impressive about Brown is that he doesn’t tend to take weeks off. He consistently performed last season and there was no week where he had fewer than five catches or 70+ yards receiving.

Brown dropped just five of the 134 catchable passes thrown his way and that kind of efficiency gets your more targets. No player has caught more passes than Brown in the last two years and he is increasing his touchdown catches every season while defying odds at the same time. With Le’Veon Bell in the backfield, a great repertoire built up with Ben Roethlisberger and Markus Wheaton, Martavis Bryant and rookie Sammie Coates available to take a little bit of pressure of Brown, the sky is the limit for Brown.

Demaryius Thomas

Denver Broncos | Age: 27 | Bye Week: 7

With three straight 1400+ yard, double digit touchdown seasons, Demaryius Thomas has become a legitimate stud receiver and will be a top 15 pick in nearly every fantasy draft. The only thing holding Thomas back is a hodout, as the 27-year old is seeking a Calvin Johnson-esque deal. Once he is signed, expect Thomas to continue to dazzle as he enters his prime.

New head coach Gary Kubiak’s offensive scheme tends to favor “X” receivers, so Thomas will remain the focal point of a high octance, Peyton Manning-led passing attack. Sounds like the formula for another top three fantasy wideout season.

Dez Bryant

Dallas Cowboys | Age: 26 | Bye Week: 6

Dez Bryant FantasyDon’t worry; Dez Bryant won’t miss the first game of the season, despite the buzz about his contract holdout. What he will do is dominate consistently from week to week and continue to perform as one of the top receivers in the league. An absolute monster in the red zone, Dez has improved on his touchdown count every year since he was drafted, leading the league last season with 16. His improvements aren’t just on the stat sheet, either; his route running is improved, his body control and high-pointing ability are the best in the business, and he’s perfectly in sync with his (finally healthy) quarterback,Tony Romo.

Talking about the top few receivers in this draft, it’s all about personal preference. The only thing that could prevent Dez from finishing this season as a top-5 fantasy receiver is an injury, and with Dez’s physical style of play, he’s more likely to hurt defenders than himself. Expect another 1,300 yards and 13+ touchdowns from Dez this season.

Julio Jones

Atlanta Falcons | Age: 26 | Bye Week: 10

Another one of the young receivers eyeing that beefy second contract, Julio Jones beasted in the fantasy playoffs for his owners last season. Any reason to think he won’t be a monster again next season? None whatsoever. This offense lives and dies by the success of its top receiver and his connection with Matt Ryan.

Julio set a franchise record for receiving yards last season with 1,593, yet only scored 6 touchdowns. That yardage will mostly likely go down, but the touchdowns should improve. He’s about the same size as Dez Bryant, but excels more in speed and less in muscling out defenders in the red zone. Still, 6 touchdowns is an improbable result for a receiver of Julio’s size and talents.

With what looks like an improved offensive line heading into 2015, Matt Ryan should have a little more time in the pocket to let Julio get open and find the end zone more frequently.

Look for Julio to get back to his 2012 form with 10 TDs, and somewhere between 1,200 and 1,400 yards.

Odell Beckham

New York Giants | Age: 22 | Bye Week: 11

Odell Beckham JrBeckham only played in 12 games last year, but it was all he needed to take the league by storm. He didn’t really find his groove until Week 9 either. In fact, if you were to project his last 9 games over a 16 game season, OBJ would have finished with 144 catches for 2,132 yards (shattering the NFL record) and 16 TDs. Oh, and he’s only a rookie.

Hampered by a lingering hamstring injury, face to face with the Madden Curse, can Odell really do it again? The odds may be against it, but none of us would be shocked if it happened. Even if Beckham provides 60% of the production he amassed during that 9-game stretch, he would still have 86 catches for 1,280 yards and 10 TDs. Numbers that would have kept him inside the top-10 last season. If 60% of his best gives you that kind of production, why wouldn’t you take a chance on this kid?

Calvin Johnson

Detroit Lions | Age: 29 | Bye Week: 9

Calvin JohnsonWe never thought we would see the day Calvin Johnson played at least 13 games and didn’t lead his team in receiving, but it happened. Golden Tate emerged as Matthew Stafford’s primary target in 2014, while Calvin hobbled his way to an underwhelming (per his standards) 1,077 yards and 8 TDs.

Megatron is the most physically gifted receiver in the NFL without question, but his durability falls on the other side of the spectrum. We have all seen what Johnson is capable of (122 catches for 1,964 yards), but the buyer must always beware with him. He aspires to become the new CJ2K, but that ambition seems unlikely realized, as the Lions seemed to have found their groove without forcing it his way. Johnson remains a top-10 guy, appropriately valued as a Round 2 pick, but for the first time in years, there’s more value elsewhere at wide receiver.

Read more 2015 player forecasts here

 

Tight End Projections | Version 2.1

PPR Scoring
Standard Scoring
Pos. Age Bye Team Wide Receivers GM Rec RecYds RecTD Projection  PPG15 PPG14 Fantasy Div Projection  PPG15 PPG14 Fantasy Div
TE1 25 4
Rob Gronkowski 16 77 1210 12 193 12.1 12.3 -0.2 270 16.9 17.8 -0.9
TE2 28 9
Jimmy Graham 16 62 826 10 142.6 8.9 9.9 -1 204.6 12.8 15.6 -2.8
TE3 25 9
Travis Kelce 16 68 982 7 140.2 8.8 7.3 1.5 208.2 13 11.5 1.5
TE4 29 5
Greg Olsen 16 86 1041 6 140.1 8.8 8.6 0.2 226.1 14.1 13.8 0.3
TE5 24 8
Zach Ertz 16 70 869 7 128.9 8.1 5.5 2.6 198.9 12.4 9.1 3.3
TE6 26 8
Julius Thomas 15 63 714 6 107.4 7.2 10.1 -2.9 170.4 11.4 13.7 -2.3
TE7 26 11
Jordan Cameron 16 64 820 4 106 6.6 5.4 1.2 170 10.6 7.8 2.8
TE8 27 7
Martellus Bennett 16 66 759 5 105.9 6.6 8 -1.4 171.9 10.7 13.6 -2.9
TE9 32 6
Jason Witten 16 68 754 5 105.4 6.6 6.3 0.3 173.4 10.8 10.3 0.5
TE10 31 10
Vernon Davis 16 49 677 5 97.7 6.1 2.8 3.3 146.7 9.2 4.8 4.4
TE11 32 7
Owen Daniels 15 55 627 5 92.7 6.2 5.1 1.1 147.7 9.8 8.3 1.5
TE12 30 4
Delanie Walker 15 65 679 4 91.9 6.1 7.5 -1.4 156.9 10.5 11.7 -1.2

2015 Fantasy Rookies

Fantasy Rookies Overall Fantasy Rookie Running Backs Fantasy Rookie Wide Receivers Fantasy Rookie Tights Ends
Rnk TM Fantasy Rookie Rnk TM Fantasy Rookie Rnk TM Fantasy Rookie Rnk TM Fantasy Rookie
1
Melvin Gordon 1
Melvin Gordon 1
Amari Cooper 1
Maxx Williams
2
Todd Gurley 2
Todd Gurley 2
Kevin White 2
Nick O’Leary
3
Amari Cooper 3
Tevin Coleman 3
Nelson Agholor 3
Clive Walford
4
Kevin White 4
T.J. Yeldon 4
Breshad Perriman 4
Tyler Kroft
5
Nelson Agholor 5
Ameer Abdullah 5
Devin Funchess 5
A.J. Derby
6
Tevin Coleman 6
Jay Ajayi 6
DeVante Parker 6
Blake Bell
7
T.J. Yeldon 7
Duke Johnson 7
Dorial Green-Beckham 7
Jeff Heuerman
8
Ameer Abdullah 8
David Johnson 8
Jaelen Strong 8
James O’Shaughnessy
9
Breshad Perriman 9
Jeremy Langford 9
Tyler Lockett 9
Jesse James
10
Devin Funchess 10
David Cobb 10
Phillip Dorsett 10
Nick Boyle
11
DeVante Parker 11
Josh Robinson 11
Devin Smith 11
C.J. Uzomah
12
Dorial Green-Beckham 12
Mike Davis 12
Sammie Coates 12
Randall Telfer
13
Jaelen Strong 13
Matt Jones 13
Andre Debose 13
Ben Koyack
14
Jay Ajayi 14
Bradley Pinion 14
Jamison Crowder 14
Geoff Swaim
15
Duke Johnson 15
Karlos Williams 15
Keith Mumphery 15
Rory Anderson
16
David Johnson 16
Kenny Hilliard 16
Vince Mayle 16
Gerald Christian
17
Jeremy Langford 17
Javorius Allen 17
Ty Montgomery 17
MyCole Pruitt
18
Jameis Winston 18
Marcus Murphy 18
Darren Waller 18
Kennard Backman
19
Maxx Williams 19
Cameron Artis-Payne 19
Justin Hardy Fantasy Rookie Quarterbacks
20
David Cobb 20
Tony Lippett Rnk TM Fantasy Rookie
21
Tyler Lockett 21
Chris Conley 1
Jameis Winston
22
Phillip Dorsett 22
Dezmin Lewis 2
Marcus Mariota
23
Devin Smith 23
Tre McBride 3
Trevor Siemian
24
Sammie Coates 24
Da’Ron Brown 4
Bryce Petty
25
Marcus Mariota 25
Mario Alford 5
Sean Mannion
26
Jamarcus Nelson 6
Brett Hundley
27
Rashad Greene 7
Garrett Grayson
28
Neal Sterling
29
Evan Spencer
30
Geremy Davis
Fantasy Key:
  • GM- Projected games played
  • Rec- Receptions
  • RecYads- Receiving Yards
  • RecTD- Receiving Touchdowns
  • Projection- Total Fantasy Point Projection
  • PPG15- Fantasy Points Per Game Projection
  • FP14-  2014’s Actual Total Fantasy Points
  • PPG14- 2014’s Points Per Game
  • Fantasy DIV- Fantasy Differential
  • **Rookie
What is Fantasy Div?

This year Gridiron Experts is introducing a new column called Fantasy Div, which stands for Fantasy Differential. The idea behind this column is to compare our 2015 projections for a player this season to his actual points per game performance from last season.

It’s difficult to remember just how well, or how poorly a player performed so we’re subtracting the difference. If the number is positive than we are projecting a more points per game.

If the number is negative than we’re suggesting a decrease in fantasy points per game production

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