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Top 200: Fantasy Football Rankings (PPR Leagues)


Below are RotoBaller's 2015 fantasy football rankings for PPR (point per reception) leagues. These staff consensus rankings take the average ranks of three RotoBallers: Edward Gorelik (@edwardgorelik), Zach Wilkens (@LopsidedTrades) and Adam Sabol, and they already covered standard (non-PPR) league rankings in part one of this Top 200 rankings list.

Be sure to also check out our 2015 fantasy football ranking dashboard which includes tiered positional ranks, dynasty/keeper league rankings, NFL rookie rankings, and lots more great rankings analysis.

Our awesome team of NFL contributors has been churning out lots of great content to help you dominate, and you can find it all in one place. Over the next few weeks, our best and brightest will continue to bring you tons of awesome draft rankings analysis to help you prepare for your fantasy football drafts, so stay tuned. Now let's get to it.

More rankings: QuarterbacksRunning Backs (Tier 1)Running Backs (Tiers 3, 4)Wide Receivers (Tier 1)Wide Receivers (Tier 2)Wide Receivers (Tiers 3, 4)Wide Receivers (Tiers 5, 6)Tight Ends (Tiers 1, 2)Tight Ends (Tiers 3, 4)Top 200 (Standard)Rookie Rankings

 

Fantasy Football Rankings - Top 200

PPR League Scoring

RotoBaller
Staff Ranks
Player Name
(Team - Position)
Ed Gorelik
Ranks
Zach Wilkens
Ranks
Adam Sabol
Ranks
1 Jamaal Charles (KC - RB) 1 2 1
2 Antonio Brown (PIT - WR) 2 5 4
3 Eddie Lacy (GB - RB) 8 1 5
4 Matt Forte (CHI - RB) 6 6 3
5 Le'Veon Bell (PIT - RB) 12 3 2
6 Adrian Peterson (MIN - RB) 3 9 6
7 Marshawn Lynch (SEA - RB) 4 14 8
8 Jordy Nelson (GB - WR) 10 11 7
9 Julio Jones (ATL - WR) 9 8 11
10 Rob Gronkowski (NE - TE) 5 13 12
11 Dez Bryant (DAL - WR) 7 10 15
12 Demaryius Thomas (DEN - WR) 20 7 9
13 Calvin Johnson (DET - WR) 16 12 10
14 DeMarco Murray (PHI - RB) 14 4 22
15 A.J. Green (CIN - WR) 13 18 13
16 Odell Beckham Jr. (NYG - WR) 11 16 20
17 Arian Foster (HOU - RB) 21 15 14
18 Justin Forsett (BAL - RB) 17 17 21
19 C.J. Anderson (DEN - RB) 18 21 18
20 Alshon Jeffery (CHI - WR) 15 19 24
21 Randall Cobb (GB - WR) 19 20 19
22 LeSean McCoy (BUF - RB) 32 22 17
23 Ty Hilton (IND - WR) 30 26 23
24 DeAndre Hopkins (HOU - WR) 28 24 27
25 Aaron Rodgers (GB - QB) 27 27 28
26 Andrew Luck (IND - QB) 29 29 26
27 Jeremy Hill (CIN - RB) 34 28 25
28 Emmanuel Sanders (DEN - WR) 52 23 16
29 Andre Johnson (IND - WR) 23 30 40
30 Jordan Matthews (PHI - WR) 22 31 48
31 Mike Evans (TB - WR) 33 38 30
32 Frank Gore (IND - RB) 25 45 32
33 Brandon Marshall (NYJ - WR) 24 36 46
34 C.J. Spiller (NO - RB) 35 35 37
35 Lamar Miller (MIA - RB) 26 32 50
36 Melvin Gordon (SD - RB) 41 33 42
37 Brandin Cooks (NO - WR) 48 25 44
38 Julian Edelman (NE - WR) 54 34 31
39 Jimmy Graham (SEA - TE) 39 52 34
40 Mark Ingram (NO - RB) 53 41 38
41 Golden Tate (DET - WR) 36 39 66
42 Jarvis Landry (MIA - WR) 38 62 43
43 Alfred Morris (WAS - RB) 55 53 36
44 Giovani Bernard (CIN - RB) 58 42 47
45 Russell Wilson (SEA - QB) 49 49 49
46 Jonathan Stewart (CAR - RB) 43 37 69
47 Joseph Randle (DAL - RB) 51 71 33
48 Latavius Murray (OAK - RB) 37 46 72
49 Carlos Hyde (SF - RB) 45 70 41
50 Keenan Allen (SD - WR) 40 67 53
51 Kelvin Benjamin (CAR - WR) 78 40 45
52 Amari Cooper (OAK - WR) 31 74 59
53 Travis Kelce (KC - TE) 44 65 56
54 Greg Olsen (CAR - TE) 59 51 55
55 Andre Ellington (ARI - RB) 84 43 39
56 Peyton Manning (DEN - QB) 77 48 51
57 Allen Robinson (JAC - WR) 42 59 76
58 Roddy White (ATL - WR) 60 60 62
59 T.J. Yeldon (JAC - RB) 56 64 63
60 Todd Gurley (STL - RB) 46 56 82
61 Drew Brees (NO - QB) 71 54 64
62 Martellus Bennett (CHI - TE) 67 61 65
63 Matt Ryan (ATL - QB) 66 73 60
64 DeSean Jackson (WAS - WR) 89 50 61
65 Shane Vereen (NYG - RB) 70 57 73
66 Cam Newton (CAR - QB) 61 63 80
67 Rashad Jennings (NYG - RB) 74 44 90
68 Sammy Watkins (BUF - WR) 75 75 58
69 Tony Romo (DAL - QB) 50 66 93
70 Ben Roethlisberger (PIT - QB) 73 69 71
71 Vincent Jackson (TB - WR) 63 80 74
72 Eric Decker (NYJ - WR) 64 83 70
73 Larry Fitzgerald (ARI - WR) 81 55 85
74 Kendall Wright (TEN - WR) 57 68 100
75 Ameer Abdullah (DET - RB) 47 78 102
76 Tom Brady (NE - QB) 68 93 68
77 Mike Wallace (MIN - WR) 91 58 84
78 Steve Smith (BAL - WR) 62 84 95
79 Isaiah Crowell (CLE - RB) 72 101 75
80 Jeremy Maclin (KC - WR) 174 47 29
81 Joique Bell (DET - RB) 126 72 54
82 LeGarrette Blount (NE - RB) 85 88 81
83 Ryan Tannehill (MIA - QB) 94 96 67
84 Nelson Agholor (PHI - WR) 79 123 57
85 Julius Thomas (JAC - TE) 80 91 88
86 Anquan Boldin (SF - WR) 82 82 97
87 Devonta Freeman (ATL - RB) 65 94 104
88 Michael Floyd (ARI - WR) 88 100 79
89 Reggie Bush (SF - RB) 108 86 77
90 Zach Ertz (PHI - TE) 83 90 99
91 Delanie Walker (TEN - TE) 92 89 94
92 Eli Manning (NYG - QB) 98 77 101
93 Fred Jackson (BUF - RB) 100 131 52
94 Brandon LaFell (NE - WR) 105 76 103
95 Tevin Coleman (ATL - RB) 119 81 86
96 Jordan Cameron (MIA - TE) 90 111 87
97 Martavis Bryant (PIT - WR) 103 109 83
98 Victor Cruz (NYG - WR) 69 116 111
99 Matthew Stafford (DET - QB) 101 97 98
100 Doug Martin (TB - RB) 87 106 109
101 Jason Witten (DAL - TE) 122 92 96
102 Kevin White (CHI - WR) 93 126 92
103 Pierre Garcon (WAS - WR) 95 103 116
104 Roy Helu (OAK - RB) 76 102 137
105 Christopher Ivory (NYJ - RB) 102 98 115
106 Ryan Mathews (PHI - RB) 116 87 117
107 Charles Johnson (MIN - WR) 112 105 113
108 Denard Robinson (JAC - RB,WR) 161 135 35
109 Larry Donnell (NYG - TE) 96 114 121
110 John Brown (ARI - WR) 110 95 128
111 Bishop Sankey (TEN - RB) 125 120 106
112 Kenny Stills (MIA - WR) 113 108 132
113 Marques Colston (NO - WR) 155 79 122
114 Danny Woodhead (SD - RB,WR) 131 121 108
115 Philip Rivers (SD - QB) 118 112 130
116 Charles Sims (TB - RB) 150 104 107
117 Charles Clay (BUF - TE) 104 117 140
118 Percy Harvin (BUF - WR) 107 149 105
119 Duke Johnson (CLE - RB) 106 107 148
120 Devante Parker (MIA - WR) 187 99 78
121 Jordan Reed (WAS - TE) 121 125 120
122 Torrey Smith (SF - WR) 169 85 114
123 Darren Sproles (PHI - RB) 111 115 143
124 Owen Daniels (DEN - TE) 132 119 119
125 Buffalo Bills (BUF - DST) 135 122 123
126 Kyle Rudolph (MIN - TE) 109 155 118
127 Tyler Eifert (CIN - TE) 114 136 133
128 Breshad Perriman (BAL - WR) 186 110 91
129 Terrance Williams (DAL - WR) 86 179 124
130 Seattle Seahawks (SEA - DST) 127 138 125
131 Dwayne Allen (IND - TE) 99 167 126
132 Darren McFadden (DAL - RB) 136 133 127
133 Tre Mason (STL - RB) 159 113 129
134 Theo Riddick (DET - RB) 117 145 139
135 David Johnson (ARI - RB) 141 129 131
136 Davante Adams (GB - WR) 115 148 142
137 Antonio Gates (SD - TE) 118 89
138 Rueben Randle (NYG - WR) 130 124 154
139 Jay Cutler (CHI - QB) 129 132 149
140 Vernon Davis (SF - TE) 123 130 166
141 Matt Jones (WAS - RB) 97 150 173
142 Heath Miller (PIT - TE) 134 152 138
143 Austin Seferian-Jenkins (TB - TE) 140 154 134
144 Eric Ebron (DET - TE) 148 140 146
145 Marvin Jones (CIN - WR) 120 144 171
146 Coby Fleener (IND - TE) 162 134 144
147 Carson Palmer (ARI - QB) 153 127 161
148 Sam Bradford (PHI - QB) 137 159 145
149 Terrance West (CLE - RB) 170 137 141
150 Michael Crabtree (OAK - WR) 128 164 160
151 David Cobb (TEN - RB) 156 141 155
152 Brian Quick (STL - WR) 139 156 162
153 Joe Flacco (BAL - QB) 163 147 151
154 Teddy Bridgewater (MIN - QB) 152 110
155 Cody Latimer (DEN - WR) 124 194 147
156 Andy Dalton (CIN - QB) 149 139 183
157 Devin Funchess (CAR - WR) 160 128 186
158 Colin Kaepernick (SF - QB) 188 151 136
159 Jace Amaro (NYJ - TE) 157 157 164
160 Andrew Hawkins (CLE - WR) 147 142 190
161 Dorial Green-Beckham (TEN - WR) 142 170 167
162 Dwayne Bowe (CLE - WR) 171 161 153
163 New York Jets (NYJ - DST) 133 197 156
164 Josh Hill (NO - TE) 200 175 112
165 Knile Davis (KC - RB) 154 165 169
166 Jerick McKinnon (MIN - RB) 144 188 158
167 Doug Baldwin (SEA - WR) 172 160 159
168 Houston Texans (HOU - DST) 158 135
169 St. Louis Rams (STL - DST) 143 150
170 Mychal Rivera (OAK - TE) 146 157
171 DeAngelo Williams (PIT - RB) 166 169 170
172 Eddie Royal (CHI - WR) 151 162
173 Cecil Shorts (HOU - WR) 164 172 180
174 Jay Ajayi (MIA - RB) 168 152
175 James White (NE - RB) 175 181 165
176 Minnesota Vikings (MIN - DST) 138 185
177 Steve Johnson (SD - WR) 158 190 176
178 Andre Williams (NYG - RB) 185 174 172
179 Lance Dunbar (DAL - RB) 145 186
180 Arizona Cardinals (ARI - DST) 171 168
181 Daniel Herron (IND - RB) 153 188
182 Marqise Lee (JAC - WR) 166 175
183 Kenny Britt (STL - WR) 146 196
184 Malcom Floyd (SD - WR) 192 182 177
185 Stevan Ridley (NYJ - RB) 189 173 194
186 Trent Richardson (OAK - RB) 179 177
187 Denver Broncos (DEN - DST) 176 184
188 Jaelen Strong (HOU - WR) 178 187
189 Greg Jennings (MIA - WR) 182 184
190 Robert Griffin III (WAS - QB) 178 193
191 Cameron Artis-Payne (CAR - RB) 176 196
192 Lorenzo Taliaferro (BAL - RB) 193 179
193 Alex Smith (KC - QB) 183 189
194 Montee Ball (DEN - RB) 180 200
195 Baltimore Ravens (BAL - DST) 198 185
196 Alfred Blue (HOU - RB) 195 191
197 Danny Amendola (NE - WR) 197 197
198 Miami Dolphins (MIA - DST) 199 199

 

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