Fantasy football season: Top 20 listing

Here’s how the best players stack up for the 2018 fantasy football season, according to FantasySharks.com. The rankings are based on a 12-team league using a point-per-reception scoring format.

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TOP 50 PLAYERS LISTING :

Rk    Pos    Player    Team    Bye

1    RB    Le’Veon Bell    PIT    7
2    RB    David Johnson    ARI    9
3    RB    Todd Gurley    LAR    12
4    RB    Ezekiel Elliott    DAL    8
5    WR    Antonio Brown    PIT    7
6    RB    Alvin Kamara    NO    6
7    RB    Melvin Gordon    LAC    8
8    RB    Leonard Fournette    JAC    9
9    WR    Michael Thomas    NO    6
10    WR    Odell Beckham    NYG    9
11    RB    Dalvin Cook    MIN    10
12    WR    DeAndre Hopkins    HOU    10
13    RB    Saquon Barkley    NYG    9
14    WR    Keenan Allen    LAC    8
15    WR    Julio Jones    ATL    8
16    WR    Davante Adams    GB    7
17    RB    Kareem Hunt    KC    12
18    RB    Christian McCaffrey    CAR    4
19    RB    Joe Mixon    CIN    9
20    WR    Mike Evans    TB    5
21    TE    Rob Gronkowski    NE    11
22    WR    A.J. Green    CIN    9
23    WR    Tyreek Hill    KC    12
24    QB    Aaron Rodgers    GB    7
25    RB    LeSean McCoy    BUF    11
26    TE    Travis Kelce    KC    12
27    WR    Jarvis Landry    CLE    11
28    RB    Jordan Howard    CHI    5
29    WR    Larry Fitzgerald    ARI    9
30    RB    Devonta Freeman    ATL    8
31    WR    Alshon Jeffery    PHI    9
32    RB    Sony Michel    NE    11
33    RB    Jerick McKinnon    SF    11
34    RB    Derrius Guice    WAS    4
35    WR    Doug Baldwin    SEA    7
36    QB    Tom Brady    NE    11
37    RB    Kerryon Johnson    DET    6
38    TE    Zach Ertz    PHI    9
39    RB    Marshawn Lynch    OAK    7

 

HOW FANTASY LEAGUE WORKS

  1. You join a league.

    You can join a public league, where anyone can sign up for a spot, or a private league, where you need an invitation to play. Some people, typically beginners, play just for fun and some play for money (in some cases, serious coin). Be sure to understand the type of league you join, along with its rules. League selection is an important factor, so don’t take it lightly.

  2. You prepare for your league draft by scouting players.

    Before choosing your fantasy team, you need to research all the available players so you can pre-rank them according to your personal preference. Understanding your league’s scoring system and roster setup is critical to creating a bulletproof draft strategy.

  3. You build your fantasy football team via the draft.

    The draft is the most fun and exciting day of the fantasy season. During the draft, each fantasy owner selects on NFL player at a time until the rosters are complete. Fantasy football drafts can take place online, but some leagues — typically friends or co-workers — will conduct the draft in person. Remember to draft all of the correct positions, so that you can have a full team roster.

  4. Your team competes against another team every week.

    During the NFL season, the real teams face each other and so do the fantasy teams in your league. The players’ real-time stats are converted into fantasy points by your league provider, and the fantasy team that scores the most points wins the game for the week. The goal is to win as many games as possible to make the playoffs.

  5. You make moves to improve your team.

    As a fantasy owner, you’re in total control. You can drop players you think aren’t good enough and replace them with free agents. If one of your starters gets injured, you can bench him and start a healthy player instead. You may even make a trade offer to another owner.

  6. Your team (hopefully) makes the playoffs and wins your league.

    Only the strong survive, and at the end of the fantasy season, the top teams square off in a single-elimination tournament to decide the league champion. The last team standing may win a trophy, a cash prize, or just honor; but make no mistake, there will be only one winner

 

 

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