Fantasy football rankings: PPR top 150

Adding in a point per reception changes the fantasy calculations somewhat. Jeff Ratcliffe has the rankings for you.

| 11 months ago
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Fantasy football rankings: PPR top 150

If fantasy football draft season isn’t actually upon us, it’s close enough that we can smell it. Tuesday, we ran through a top 100 for standard leagues. I’m taking it a step further today for PPR, going 150 deep, with a short explanation for each of the top 100. This list will get you ready for your PPR draft.

PPR Top 150

1. Antonio Brown PIT, WR1 – Locked in as the No. 1 overall pick in basically all formats.

2. Julio Jones ATL, WR2 – Heavy volume puts him a tick ahead of Beckham.

3. Odell Beckham Jr. NYG, WR3 – Upside galore in a fantasy-friendly offense. Also, really good at football.

4. DeAndre Hopkins HST, WR4 – Targets may tail off a bit, but still a top-end fantasy asset.

5. David Johnson ARZ, RB1 – A three-down back in a potent offense.

6. Devonta Freeman ATL, RB2 – Last year’s No. 1 fantasy running back. Targets will be plentiful.

7. A.J. Green CIN, WR5 – Benefits from a lack of a surrounding cast.

8. Ezekiel Elliott DAL, RB3 – “Unproven” rookie who figures to play all three downs behind the league’s best offensive line.

9. LeSean McCoy BUF, RB4 – Bell cow in the league’s most run-heavy offense.

10. Lamar Miller HST, RB5 – An RB1 with 250 touches in each of the last two seasons. He could see 300-plus this year.

11. Todd Gurley LA, RB6 – Electric playmaker, but does come off the field in passing situations.

12. Adrian Peterson MIN, RB7 – Like Gurley, could see 300-plus carries, but likely limited work in the passing game.

13. Brandon Marshall NYJ, WR6 – Ranked fifth in targets and third among wideouts in fantasy scoring last year.

14. Dez Bryant DAL, WR7 – Not as much volume as some of the top options, but offers touchdown upside.

15. Alshon Jeffery CHI, WR8 – On pace for 160-plus targets before getting injured last season.

16. Jamaal Charles KC, RB8 – Returning from injury, but has the potential to outplay this ranking if fully healthy.

17. Mark Ingram NO, RB9 – More integrated in the passing game last year. Has 50-catch potential.

18. Rob Gronkowski NE, TE1 – The top tight end, but not having Brady for a month is suboptimal.

19. Le’Veon Bell PIT, RB10 – Suspended for four games, but an elite option when he returns.

20. Jordy Nelson GB, WR9 – Returning from injury, but is the top option in a potentially prolific offense.

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Jeff Ratcliffe is the Director of Fantasy at Pro Football Focus. He produces all of our projections and is 2016's second-most-accurate ranker in the fantasy industry. Jeff also is the host of our show on SiriusXM fantasy sports radio and is one of the main hosts of our Fantasy Slant podcast.