The Highlights:

  • 2018 fantasy football rankings, printable cheat sheets, and player profiles are linked below.
  • Sean Koerner has been the No. 1 in-season FantasyPros ranker for three straight seasons, Matthew Freedman was No. 6 last year, and Chris Raybon has seen every NFL snap since 2010.

See our full fantasy football rankings

Printable Cheat Sheets: Download Now!

Player Profiles: QB | RB | WR | TE | DST | K | Rookies

1. Todd Gurley, Rams

Likely to regress from last season in total touchdowns (19) and yards per reception (12.3) but has margin for error after outscoring all other running backs by 2.8 PPR points per game. – Raybon

Led the NFL with 2,093 yards and 19 touchdowns from scrimmage last year and still just 24 years old. – Freedman

2 (tie). Le’Veon Bell, Steelers

Leads the position handily with 312 receptions since entering the league in 2013. – Freedman

Top-four running back in PPR points per game for four seasons and counting. – Raybon

2 (tie). David Johnson, Cardinals

Shakiest offensive line and quarterback situation of any back with a top-five ADP, but his quest for 1,000 rushing and 1,000 receiving yards is realizable and gives him No. 1 overall upside. – Raybon

Most dynamic back in the league, evidenced by his 33 all-purpose touchdowns in 33 career games. – Freedman

4. Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys

Only back to average at least 100 yards rushing per game over the past two seasons. – Freedman

NFL leader in rushing yards per game in each of his first two seasons and may set a career high in receptions given the Cowboys’ barren receiving corps. – Raybon

5. Antonio Brown, Steelers

Top-three PPR wideout every year since 2013. – Raybon

For full fantasy football rankings and all player profiles, please visit the links at the top of the page.

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Pictured above: Todd Gurley
Photo credit: Robert Hanashiro – USA TODAY Sports