Fantasy Football Rankings Week 1

The following is a complete breakdown of Gridiron Experts Fantasy Football Rankings Week 1 using a sortable widget provided by FantasyPros. These rankings are subject to change, please check back for lineup decisions

Fantasy Football Rankings Week 1

Expect the unexpected. The 2020 NFL season should be full of surprises, but none could be more unpredictable than this opening week. Our staff Fantasy Football Rankings for Week 1 are leaning closer to the safer side of things, as we didn’t have preseason to watch and had to de-code messages from NFL training camp, which were usually lip service. We would suggest you not get too cute with your starting lineups in week one, especially with rookies. Without rookie camps, and preseason games it’ll be hard to tell how soon a coach will be willing to lean on their young players.
Fantasy Football Rankings Week 1

 

How To Use These Fantasy Rankings

Every fantasy league is different with unique scoring formats or starting lineups. Our default setting for this fantasy football rankings week 1 tool is set to half-point PPR. However, you do have the ability to adjust that. While the Flex rankings do make things easy with comparing players on your roster, keep in mind we do not rank players outside of their position. We rank positional groups and then the FantasyPros tool blends them together to create the flex rankings section. While the results do usually produce a great list of players in order of top performers, there have been times the blend doesn’t go so smoothly, so take that with a grain of salt. Overall, we do take great pride in our fantasy football rankings and do try to provide the best quality player lists for you to use 100% free.

Fantasy Football Accuracy Contest

Gridiron Experts is partnered with FantasyPros to provide you a simple tool that allows our writers the ability to adjust players rankings on the fly. When a game starts, these rankings will lock and the writers will not be able to move them. FantasyPros also uses our rankings as apart of an overall accuracy contest which we will update you on throughout the year. Last year Anthony Cervino finished 15th overall and 7th in QB Rankings. In terms of yearly consistency, Zach Greubel ranks 18th overall, over the last four years combined. As a staff Combined our staff Fantasy Football Rankings Week 1 should have a nice mix of hotshots, newbies, and trusted and true fantasy veterans.

 

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