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If you've heard it once, you've heard it, well, once: When you think of summer, you think of fantasy football season.

Whether you play in a casual redraft league or a more serious, deep dynasty format; a traditional or a custom scoring format; with your friends and family or with your co-workers, we know that no two leagues are alike.

With that in mind, this will serve as a one-stop shop for all of our best material to ensure you make the best fantasy football picks you can in every draft you're in: rankings and cheat sheets for PPR and non-PPR, mock drafts for various league types, sleepers and busts for this season, and plenty of helpful information and tips from our expert team of fantasy football analysts.

Whether you have been doing this for years or are a fantasy first-timer, we have everything you need to help you draft a great team and start the season with a shot at a championship.

Below you'll find all of our best content as we lead up to the start of the NFL season!

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Fantasy football cheat sheets, mock drafts, projections

Cheat Sheet Central
A collection of downloadable, printable cheat sheets for the 2022 fantasy football season, including PPR, non-PPR, superflex and dynasty/keeper leagues. Perfect for your drafts.

Mock drafts
10-team, 1/2 PPR (9/1) |12-team, PPR, superflex (8/30) |10-team, non-PPR (8/25) |12-team, 1/2 PPR (8/18)
10-team, PPR (8/11) | 12-team, non-PPR (8/4) | 10-team, 1/2 PPR, superflex (7/28) | 12-team, PPR (6/23)

2022 projections
Mike Clay's projected output for players at every fantasy position, sortable by specific category.

Depth charts: Offense | Defense

Positional rankings

These rankings represent the consensus among our fantasy football analysts for the 2022 season. Each analyst maintains a personal ranking for the top 25 quarterbacks, 50 running backs, 50 wide receivers, 25 tight ends, 20 kickers and 20 defense/special teams units. The players are then ranked by the average of those rankings. Each position can also be sorted by any individual analyst's rankings.

  • Quarterback

  • PPR Running Back

  • Non-PPR Running back

  • PPR Wide Receiver

  • Non-PPR Wide Receiver

  • PPR Tight End

  • Non-PPR Tight End

  • Kicker

  • Defense/Special Teams

Overall rankings

Tristan H. Cockcroft: PPR Top 200

Eric Karabell: Superflex Top 200

Eric Karabell's tiered rankings

Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End

Cheat sheet

Eric Karabell's tiers, Do Not Draft list and Mike Clay's ultimate draft board in one printable cheat sheet to bring with you to your fantasy football drafts. Download »

Dynasty rankings

Mike Clay: Top 240 overall and top 65 rookies

IDP rankings

Clay, Cockcroft and Moody: Top 50 DLs, LBs and DBs

Custom Dollar Value Generator

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Fantasy football advice and strategy

Mike Clay's Ultimate Draft Board
The ideal selections in every round of your draft.

Cockcroft: Is the top tier at QB worth drafting aggressively?
For years, our ESPN Fantasy analysts have preached waiting to take your QB in drafts. Are the top options suddenly too good to let slide?

Mike Clay's Fantasy Football Playbook
Mike Clay is one of the most respected and accomplished expert league competitors in fantasy football. Crack open The Playbook to find his thoughts on what to do in this year's drafts, and how to build a winning team all season long.

Yates: 10 essential rules for drafting
New to fantasy football or simply want a refresher on the basics? Following these rules will help you leave your draft with a solid team.

Cockcroft: What's more important in fantasy football's first two rounds: Floor or ceiling?
Tristan examines whether it's more critical to focus on players with high floors with your early picks, or if taking a shot on upside is the better approach.

Cockcroft: Best picks for each slot in Rounds 1 and 2
Tristan helps you get ready for your fantasy draft -- regardless of when you pick -- by planning for all possibilities ahead of time.

Lists and insight

NFL Nation: Assessing lower-tier WRs and insurance RBs
Our NFL Nation team answers the most important fantasy questions, focusing on later-round wideouts and insurance backs.

NFL Nation: Updates on 11 hard-to-call backfields
Our NFL reporters answers the most important fantasy questions, focusing on running backs.

Field's favorites for the 2022 NFL season
Field Yates lists the players he's most excited about drafting for his fantasy football teams this season.

Matt Bowen's 18 favorite draft targets
Matt lists the players he is landing on many of his fantasy teams this season.

Eric Karabell's "Do Not Draft" list
Drafts are all about value. Eric provides his list of players being selected too early.

Eric Karabell's "DO Draft" list
You've read Eric's Do-Not-Draft List. Now read his list of players who are being slept on a bit too much in fantasy drafts.

Clay: The 192
The 192 players who should be drafted in standard 12-team leagues.

12 players who could break out in 2022
Who will bust out like Jonathan Taylor and Deebo Samuel did last year? Mike Clay lists a dozen players to watch.

Sleepers, busts, breakouts for 2022
Our analysts' picks to overachieve, underachieve and emerge.

Tristan's Deep Sleepers
If you're in a deep league, or one with larger rosters, these players could find their way to fantasy-relevance.

Bowen's 'have skills, need opportunity' team
Matt highlights players who have the skill sets to produce but are waiting for their chance to shine.

Insight from NFL team reporters: Believe the buzz on Saquon Barkley, Brandon Aiyuk, George Pickens?
Our NFL Nation team answers the most important fantasy questions following the first full week of preseason action.

Injury outlook for 2022: The ACL club, Christian McCaffrey, Michael Thomas and more
Stephania Bell lists the many key players returning from injury and provides her expectations for them.

Moody: Favorite late-round targets
Eric Moody highlights players available in the latter stages of drafts who can be difference-makers for your fantasy squad.

Bowen: TEs to target if you wait to draft one
Matt digs into the middle tier at tight end, giving his preferences once the top options are gone.

Eric Moody's favorite players to draft
Like most fantasy managers, Eric Moody has his favorites heading into this season. He lists the players that keep ending up on his teams.

Karabell: WRs being forgotten about in drafts
Eric lists a handful of receivers being slept on in early drafts.

10 most intriguing second-year players for 2022
Our fantasy crew picks the sophomores for which they are most interested in seeing how things play out.

Karabell: Hopkins among 10 toughest players to rank
Eric lists players who are difficult to assess in putting together draft rankings.

Moody: Catching up on what happened since Super Bowl
Following an eventful offseason, we sort out the 12 moves you need to know as you prepare for your fantasy football draft.

Clay: Tiered TE rankings
State of the position in fantasy following Rob Gronkowski's retirement.

Clay: RB insurance rankings
Which backups are worth drafting as insurance, whether you've already drafted the starter or not.

Clay: Players who will score more TDs in 2022
A look at players who underachieved last season who are expected to bounce back in 2022.

Clay: Players who will score fewer TDs in 2022
A look at players who overperformed last season who are expected to regress in 2022.

Individual player analysis

Karabell: Is Christian McCaffrey the Mike Trout of fantasy football?

Moody: Is Gabriel Davis still a fantasy sleeper?

Moody: Why Russell Wilson could finish as QB1

Cockcroft: Will Cooper Kupp repeat as WR1?

Bowen: How does loss of Wilson affect Metcalf's value?

Cockcroft: Rodgers no longer QB1 without Adams

Clay: Which Packers and Chiefs WRs should you draft?

Cockcroft: Are Davante Adams and Tyreek Hill still first-round picks?

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1 RB1 Jonathan Taylor RB IND Injuries can strike any player, but Taylor is the youngest of the workhorse RBs without much injury concern, making him the safest 1.01. 2 RB2 Christian McCaffrey RB CAR If healthy, McCaffrey's weekly PPR floor and ceiling are higher than Taylor's, and it's not crazy for those considering him at 1.01 over Taylor. 3 RB3 Dalvin Cook RB MIN Cook remains a top-tier RB who's due for positive TD regression with new HC Kevin O'Connell after a down year in 2021. 4 WR1 Justin Jefferson WR MIN MIN's new HC was LAR's OC last year who featured Kupp. Jefferson remains among the safest picks in the first round. 5 WR2 Cooper Kupp WR LAR Expect some TD regression, but Kupp remains Stafford's favorite target with a high weekly floor and ceiling in fantasy. 6 RB4 Saquon Barkley RB NYG Barkley was an elite PPR RB when healthy last year, and the entire NYG offense should be more efficient with Daboll replacing Judge. 7 WR3 Ja'Marr Chase WR CIN Chase is already an elite WR but figures to share targets with Higgins, which can give him a lower weekly floor at the position. 8 RB5 Alvin Kamara RB NO With his court date pushed back, it's increasingly likely that Kamara won't face suspension until 2023, if at all. 9 TE1 Travis Kelce TE KC There's risk for Kelce nearing age 33, but he should continue to command heavy target volume from Mahomes, especially in the red zone. 10 WR4 Stefon Diggs WR BUF Diggs's 2021 stats weren't that different from 2020 other than missing on a few long TD passes. He's still among the safest WR1s in fantasy. 11 RB6 Austin Ekeler RB LAC Ekeler remains the lead back on an efficient LAC offense, but his 20 total TDs from last year were a clear outlier. 12 RB7 Derrick Henry RB TEN Henry has been the exception to every rule, but at 28 years old and coming off a major foot injury, approach him with caution this year. 13 RB8 Leonard Fournette RB TB Prior to his Week 15 hamstring injury last year, Fournette was the no. 5 RB in PPR PPG. Even with White there, Fournette will see a lot of work. 14 RB9 D'Andre Swift RB DET Swift is an elite receiving back, but his upside is somewhat capped with DET continuing to mix in Williams and maybe Jackson on early downs. 15 RB10 Joe Mixon RB CIN Mixon should be a near lock to score double digit TDs again with CIN's upgrades on the OL, but lack of receiving usage caps his ceiling in PPR. 16 RB11 Najee Harris RB PIT There are reports that Harris has a mild Lisfranc sprain and could see fewer targets this year with the QB change. 17 WR5 Tyreek Hill WR MIA There are some concerns for Hill moving to MIA, but he figures to be the top target and will see plenty of creative usage to create YAC. 18 WR6 Davante Adams WR LVR Adams should be LVR's top target, but he'll have more competition than in GB, and it's uncertain whether Carr will be as pass-heavy near the GL. 19 WR7 Mike Evans WR TB Evans remains a favorite red zone target for Brady, and his red-zone target share could exploded even more with Gronk retired. 20 WR8 Tee Higgins WR CIN Higgins saw similar target share and usage to Chase as the 1B for Burrow but is available over a round later in ADP. 21 WR9 Courtland Sutton WR DEN There are continued reports that DEN has packages to feature Sutton and that Sutton has consistently been Wilson's favorite go-to target. 22 WR10 Michael Pittman Jr. WR IND Pittman is the clear no. 1 in IND after a breakout season and should see more accurate targets with Ryan replacing Wentz in 2022. 23 WR11 Allen Robinson II WR CHI There are reports that LAR doesn't view Robinson as a no. 2 WR but as a feature player alongside Kupp. Robinson is woefully undervalued. 24 WR12 CeeDee Lamb WR DAL With Cooper gone and Gallup coming off an ACL tear, Lamb projects to be the top target in DAL. 25 WR13 Marquise Brown WR ARI With Hopkins suspended for 6 games, Brown will see a ton of targets in a fast-paced ARI offense with a more accurate deep passer in Murray. 26 TE2 Kyle Pitts TE ATL Don't discount Pitts simply because of Mariota. He should be a target magnet considering ATL's lack of WR talent and poor defense. 27 RB12 Aaron Jones RB GB Jones should see a lot of targets with Adams gone, but it could be difficult to predict who'll have a big game each week between him and Dillon. 28 RB13 Javonte Williams RB DEN 29 RB14 Ezekiel Elliott RB DAL 30 WR14 A.J. Brown WR PHI 31 WR15 Deebo Samuel WR SF 32 TE3 Mark Andrews TE BAL Andrews is unlikely to match his career-highs last year after BAL passed at an abnormally high rate due to injuries at RB and on defense. 33 WR16 DJ Moore WR CAR 34 WR17 Keenan Allen WR LAC 35 RB15 Nick Chubb RB CLE 36 WR18 Mike Williams WR LAC 37 WR19 Brandin Cooks WR HOU 38 TE4 George Kittle TE SF SF projects to be run-heavy like BAL, but Kittle could be more efficient downfield and in the red zone with Lance under center. 39 RB16 Travis Etienne Jr. RB JAX 40 QB1 Josh Allen QB BUF 41 QB2 Kyler Murray QB ARI 42 QB3 Lamar Jackson QB BAL 43 QB4 Justin Herbert QB LAC 44 QB5 Patrick Mahomes II QB KC 45 QB6 Jalen Hurts QB PHI PHI added AJ Brown and shored up the OL. With his rushing production, Hurts is a locked-in QB1 with top-3 upside as well. 46 QB7 Trey Lance QB SF Like Hurts, Lance has a strong OL, good surrounding weapons, and rushing upside. He's a strong QB1 option with top-3 upside. 47 WR20 Diontae Johnson WR PIT 48 WR21 Terry McLaurin WR WAS 49 RB17 James Conner RB ARI 50 WR22 Elijah Moore WR NYJ 51 WR23 Rashod Bateman WR BAL 52 WR24 JuJu Smith-Schuster WR KC 53 WR25 Jerry Jeudy WR DEN Tim Patrick out should mean more snaps for Jeudy in 2WR sets, which gives him a safer weekly floor along with a fairly high ceiling. 54 TE5 Darren Waller TE LVR Waller finally returned to practice, but he remains a health risk and was already projected for fewer targets with Adams there. 55 RB18 Chase Edmonds RB MIA 56 RB19 AJ Dillon RB GB The GB backfield projects to be close to a 50/50 split with Dillon involved both as a receiver as well as near the goal line. 57 RB20 Elijah Mitchell RB SF 58 RB21 Cam Akers RB LAR Akers projects to lead the LAR backfield, but it's still uncertain how many touches Darrell Henderson will get behind him. 59 RB22 Breece Hall RB NYJ 60 WR26 Gabriel Davis WR BUF 61 WR27 Adam Thielen WR MIN Health is a concern, but Thielen was the no. 9 WR in PPR PPG through Week 12 last year prior to his injury and is a steal at his current ADP. 62 RB23 Clyde Edwards-Helaire RB KC CEH looks to be the lead back in KC, but how goal line work is divided up between the RBs will be key for fantasy success. 63 WR28 Christian Kirk WR JAX 64 WR29 Drake London WR ATL London profiles as a true no. 1 WR and joins an ATL WR room devoid of talent. He should command immediate target volume even as a rookie. 65 WR30 Darnell Mooney WR CHI 66 WR31 Jaylen Waddle WR MIA Waddle has missed over three weeks of practice with a soft tissue injury, and with Hill there, his target share was already in question. 67 RB24 David Montgomery RB CHI 68 WR32 Michael Thomas WR NO Thomas appears to be healthy and ready to go Week 1, so he should resume a significant role in NO. 69 WR33 DK Metcalf WR SEA 70 RB25 J.K. Dobbins RB BAL Dobbins's status for Week 1 remains uncertain, and he may not be back to 100% until midseason, if at all in 2022. 71 WR34 DeAndre Hopkins WR ARI There's an argument that 6 extra weeks of rest is a silver lining of Hopkins's suspension. He could still finish as a WR2 in 2022. 72 WR35 Chris Godwin WR TB It sounds like Godwin will be ready for Week 1, but he still may not be 100% back to a full-time role until midseason. 73 RB26 Antonio Gibson RB WAS With Brian Robinson's unfortunate incident and injuries, Gibson should maintain a strong hold on the early down role. 74 WR36 Amari Cooper WR CLE Cooper's fantasy potential is tied to Watson, not Brissett. He's a WR to fade with Watson suspended for 11 games. 75 WR37 Amon-Ra St. Brown WR DET St. Brown should see plenty of targets with Goff's propensity to target the slot. Just don't expect elite WR1 production like he had late in 2021. 76 WR38 Russell Gage WR TB Even with Godwin ahead of his ACL timeline and Julio's signing, Gage is a WR3 option with upside as the favorite for the slot role. 77 WR39 Allen Lazard WR GB With Adams gone, Lazard has the most rapport with Rodgers among the current WRs in GB and could lead the team in targets this year. 78 WR40 Brandon Aiyuk WR SF Aiyuk and Lance connected on a lot of deep passes in camp. He and Samuel might alternate big weeks, but Aiyuk is far cheaper. 79 RB27 Josh Jacobs RB LVR 80 RB28 Rhamondre Stevenson RB NE 81 RB29 Devin Singletary RB BUF 82 RB30 Damien Harris RB NE Even in a NE RBBC, Harris has huge weekly TD upside considering NE was 7th in run rate both overall as well as in the red zone in 2021. 83 RB31 Miles Sanders RB PHI 84 QB8 Russell Wilson QB DEN 85 QB9 Joe Burrow QB CIN CIN's playoff success overshadows the fact that he was just the no. fantasy 9 QB in PPG last season and is due for some TD regression. 86 QB10 Dak Prescott QB DAL 87 WR41 Kadarius Toney WR NYG 88 WR42 Tyler Boyd WR CIN 89 WR43 Skyy Moore WR KC Moore has immense upside with Mahomes, but the rookie may not see consistent snaps until later in the season. 90 WR44 DeVonta Smith WR PHI 91 WR45 Chris Olave WR NO 92 TE6 Dalton Schultz TE DAL 93 TE7 T.J. Hockenson TE DET 94 RB32 Cordarrelle Patterson RB ATL 95 RB33 Kareem Hunt RB CLE 96 RB34 Tony Pollard RB DAL 97 RB35 Dameon Pierce RB HOU Pierce has shown well and should be the lead back, but Burkhead still figures to take some snaps, especially in the passing game. 98 RB36 Melvin Gordon III RB DEN 99 QB11 Matthew Stafford QB LAR Stafford isn't necessarily an avoid due to the elbow issue, but there's enough risk to move him down into this tier of QBs. 100 QB12 Aaron Rodgers QB GB 101 QB13 Tom Brady QB TB Gronk retired, 3 WRs are working back from injury, and the interior OL is a major concern. Brady is somewhat risky in 2022. 102 WR46 Robert Woods WR TEN Woods is expected to be ready to start the season and shouldn't be overlooked despite TEN's addition of Burks during the draft. 103 WR47 Hunter Renfrow WR LVR Like Waller, Adams's presence caps Renfrow's target volume as well after a 2021 season where he captured a 22% team target share. 104 WR48 Isaiah McKenzie WR BUF McKenzie seems fairly locked into the no. 3 WR job in BUF with a hold on the starting slot role and some snaps outside as well. 105 TE8 Dallas Goedert TE PHI 106 TE9 Dawson Knox TE BUF 107 QB14 Justin Fields QB CHI Even with CHI failing to add much OL or WR help this offseason, Fields's rushing production keeps him in that high-end QB2 range. 108 QB15 Kirk Cousins QB MIN 109 QB16 Tua Tagovailoa QB MIA 110 QB17 Derek Carr QB LVR LVR added Adams, and MIA added Hill. Both Carr and Tua are strong QB2 options with top-10 QB potential on the season. 111 TE10 Cole Kmet TE CHI CHI's WR room is pretty barren behind Mooney. There's a real chance that Kmet could emerge as Fields's no. 2 target in 2022. 112 TE11 Zach Ertz TE ARI 113 RB37 Darrell Henderson Jr. RB LAR 114 RB38 Michael Carter RB NYJ 115 WR49 Wan'Dale Robinson WR NYG Golladay doesn't look the same back from his hip injury, so the rookie has a chance to see significant work. 116 RB39 Rashaad Penny RB SEA Penny has been nursing a groin injury, but until we know Walker's status for Week 1, pencil in Penny as the lead back for now in SEA. 117 RB40 Zack Moss RB BUF 118 WR50 Jakobi Meyers WR NE 119 WR51 Tyler Lockett WR SEA Lockett's production was reliant on rapport with Wilson, and Lock's accuracy leaves much to be desired. 120 RB41 Alexander Mattison RB MIN 121 RB42 Jerick McKinnon RB KC 122 RB43 Khalil Herbert RB CHI 123 RB44 James Robinson RB JAX It's good that Robinson didn't start training camp on the PUP list, but it'll still be an uphill battle for him to contribute in a major capacity this year. 124 RB45 J.D. McKissic RB WAS In 12 games together last season, Gibson was the RB21 and McKissic the RB27 in PPR PPG. There's no reason for their vast gap in ADP. 125 RB46 Kenyan Drake RB BAL There are questions as to whether Dobbins will be ready for the start of the season. Drake could be a useable flex or even RB2 early on. 126 WR52 Chase Claypool WR PIT 127 WR53 Rondale Moore WR ARI 128 WR54 Treylon Burks WR TEN Burks has speed and can be used in a variety of ways, but he's more of a dynasty stash than an immediate steady contributor in redraft. 129 RB47 Rachaad White RB TB White is likely just a change of pace RB behind Fournette, but he'd have immense upside if Fournette were to miss any time. 130 RB48 Ken Walker III RB SEA Walker's surgery was not for a sports hernia, but until we have more details, he shouldn't be counted on for Week 1. 131 RB49 Nyheim Hines RB IND 132 RB50 Kenneth Gainwell RB PHI 133 RB51 James Cook RB BUF It sounds like BUF's backfield could become a 3-man committee. Cook could have the most upside if he can secure the receiving role. 134 RB52 Zamir White RB LVR 135 WR55 Zay Jones WR JAX JAX paid Jones a 3-year, $24M contract this offseason and is a starter opposite Kirk but is somehow going undrafted in many leagues. 136 WR56 KJ Hamler WR DEN With Tim Patrick's injury, Hamler should start in 3WR sets and be a boom-or-bust WR4 with his speed and Wilson's deep ball accuracy. 137 WR57 Jarvis Landry WR NO 138 WR58 Garrett Wilson WR NYJ 139 RB53 Tyler Allgeier RB ATL 140 RB54 Mark Ingram II RB NO 141 WR59 Robbie Anderson WR CAR 142 WR60 Kenny Golladay WR NYG 143 RB55 Dontrell Hilliard RB TEN Hilliard got glowing reviews throughout camp and looks poised to be the no. 2 RB behind Henry in TEN. 144 RB56 D'Onta Foreman RB CAR If McCaffrey were to miss time, CAR would likely devolve into a RBBC, but Foreman is penciled in as the no. 2 RB for now. 145 TE12 Evan Engram TE JAX After Dan Arnold's trade to JAX last year before injury, he was averaging 7.6 targets per game. Don't sleep on Engram's target potential. 146 TE13 Pat Freiermuth TE PIT 147 TE14 David Njoku TE CLE Watson's 11-game suspension affects Njoku less than Cooper with Brissett likely to check down more. He's a solid TE2. 148 TE15 Austin Hooper TE TEN It wasn't so long ago that Hooper was a TE1 in ATL. He could have a nice bounce back if he develops red-zone rapport with Tannehill. 149 WR61 George Pickens WR PIT 150 TE16 Gerald Everett TE LAC 151 TE17 Robert Tonyan TE GB Tonyan underperformed in 2021, but he could resume his role as a primary red-zone target for Rodgers with Adams gone. 152 TE18 Albert Okwuegbunam TE DEN Okwuegbunam has a very high ceiling with Wilson in DEN, but he may be splitting snaps with Dulcich and the other blocking TEs. 153 TE19 Irv Smith Jr. TE MIN 154 WR62 Marquez Valdes-Scantling WR KC 155 WR63 Julio Jones WR TB Julio is a major risk for declining performance and/or inability to stay healthy, but the ceiling is there to take a shot this late. 156 TE20 Hunter Henry TE NE 157 TE21 Mike Gesicki TE MIA 158 WR64 Jahan Dotson WR WAS 159 RB57 Jaylen Warren RB PIT It would appear that Warren has seized the no. 2 RB role behind Harris in PIT, giving him RB2 upside if Harris were to miss time. 160 WR65 Joshua Palmer WR LAC 161 WR66 Romeo Doubs WR GB Doubs has impressed in training camp and has a chance to become a major contributor alongside Lazard with Adams gone. 162 WR67 Noah Brown WR DAL There's excitement for Tolbert, but Brown was rested with DAL's other starters, and he could see significant targets to open the year. 163 WR68 Jalen Tolbert WR DAL 164 WR69 Michael Gallup WR DAL 165 RB58 Ronald Jones II RB KC 166 RB59 Isiah Pacheco RB KC 167 RB60 Jeff Wilson RB SF Wilson's ability to stay healthy is in question, but he seems to have a hold on the no. 2 RB job behind Mitchell as of now. 168 TE22 Cameron Brate TE TB With Gronk retired for now, Brate assumes the primary pass-catching TE role with Brady, which makes him a TD-dependent fantasy TE2. 169 RB61 Samaje Perine RB CIN Despite Evans's playmaking ability as a receiver, CIN trusts Perine in the primary backup role behind Mixon. 170 QB18 Trevor Lawrence QB JAX 171 QB19 Ryan Tannehill QB TEN 172 QB20 Daniel Jones QB NYG 173 WR70 David Bell WR CLE 174 RB62 Jonathan Ward RB ARI There's little clarity as to which ARI RB would benefit most if Conner were to miss time, but all three bear watching. 175 RB63 Eno Benjamin RB ARI 176 RB64 Darrel Williams RB ARI 177 RB65 Joshua Kelley RB LAC 178 RB66 Sony Michel RB LAC 179 RB67 Ty Montgomery RB NE 180 WR71 Donovan Peoples-Jones WR CLE Peoples-Jones can be a boom-or-bust WR as a deep threat later in the season once Watson is back. 181 WR72 DeVante Parker WR NE 182 QB21 Jameis Winston QB NO 183 RB68 Raheem Mostert RB MIA 184 RB69 Jamaal Williams RB DET 185 WR73 Jamison Crowder WR BUF 186 TE23 Noah Fant TE DEN 187 TE24 Tyler Higbee TE LAR 188 WR74 Kendrick Bourne WR NE 189 WR75 Randall Cobb WR GB Cobb scored 5 TDs in 2021. With his chemistry with Rodgers and Adams gone, he could once again see a bigger target share this season. 190 WR76 Alec Pierce WR IND 191 RB70 Gary Brightwell RB NYG 192 RB71 Chris Evans RB CIN 193 RB72 Hassan Haskins RB TEN 194 RB73 Boston Scott RB PHI 195 WR77 Parris Campbell WR IND Campbell has upside as the potential no. 2 WR in IND alongside Pittman, but it remains to be seen whether he can stay healthy. 196 WR78 Khalil Shakir WR BUF 197 QB22 Deshaun Watson QB CLE With Watson suspended for 11 games, he's not worth drafting and holding for that long unless your league allows suspended players on IR. 198 RB74 Rex Burkhead RB HOU 199 TE25 Logan Thomas TE WAS It sounds like Thomas could return early in the season, perhaps even for Week 1. With Wentz liking to target TEs, Thomas is a deep flier. 200 TE26 Hayden Hurst TE CIN