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Fantasy Player Rankings Week 16

Fantasy Football Cheatsheets and Weekly Player Rankings

Looking for Fantasy Football – NFL Ratings – Player Rankings Week 16 – Internet Fantasy Predictions then look no further than Dave B’s weekly fantasy football player ratings and rankings for all positions.

Stick with us this week as our Fantasy Football Edge provides you with all you need to be competitive this fantasy football season, and in our NFL sportsbooks. Need help making those tough lineup decisions? Our Fantasy football Lineup Rankings can help you make the right call. We provide you with our best possible starters, based on overall Fantasy Football value and each player’s upcoming NFL weekly matchup.

The Cappers Picks fantasy rankings are based on a performance scoring system where a player gets a bonus for yards and six points for touchdowns. Each week, our Football experts get together and review all NFL matchups from a Fantasy perspective as the basis for these rankings. We provide you with a listing of the top quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers plus tight ends, and defenses. We do not rank KICKERS on purpose ok??

Quarterbacks

1. Aaron Rodgers GB (vs SEA)
2. Philip Rivers SD (at TEN)
3. Matt Schaub HOU (at MIA)
4. Drew Brees NO (vs TB)
5. Kurt Warner ARI (vs STL)
6. Tom Brady NE (vs JAC)
7. Peyton Manning IND (vs NYJ)
8. Ben Roethlisberger PIT (vs BAL)
9. Donovan McNabb PHI (vs DEN)
10. Brett Favre MIN (at CHI)
11. Alex Smith SF (vs DET)
12. Tony Romo DAL (at WAS)
13. Eli Manning NYG (vs CAR)
14. Vince Young TEN (vs SD)
15. Joe Flacco BAL (at PIT)
16. Carson Palmer CIN (vs KC)
17. Kyle Orton DEN (at PHI)
18. Chad Henne MIA (vs HOU)
19. David Garrard JAC (at NE)
20. Matt Ryan ATL (vs BUF)

Running Backs

1. Chris Johnson TEN (vs SD)
2. Frank Gore SF (vs DET)
3. Adrian Peterson MIN (at CHI)
4. Cedric Benson CIN (vs KC)
5. Jamaal Charles KC (at CIN)
6. Ray Rice BAL (at PIT) 31
7. Maurice Jones-Drew JAC (at NE)
8. Ryan Grant GB (vs SEA)
9. Steven Jackson STL (at ARI)
10. Jerome Harrison CLE (vs OAK)
11. Thomas Jones NYJ (at IND)
12. Beanie Wells ARI (vs STL)
13. Ricky Williams MIA (vs HOU)
14. Rashard Mendenhall PIT (vs BAL)
15. Laurence Maroney NE (vs JAC)
16. Jonathan Stewart CAR (at NYG)
17. LaDainian Tomlinson SD (at TEN)
18. Joseph Addai IND (vs NYJ)
19. Marion Barber DAL (at WAS)
20. Fred Jackson BUF (at ATL)
21. Jason Snelling ATL (vs BUF)
22. Brandon Jacobs NYG (vs CAR)
23. Pierre Thomas NO (vs TB)
24. Knowshon Moreno DEN (at PHI)
25. Ahmad Bradshaw NYG (vs CAR)

Wide Receivers

1. Andre Johnson HOU (at MIA)
2. Randy Moss NE (vs JAC)
3. Larry Fitzgerald ARI (vs STL)
4. Vincent Jackson SD (at TEN)
5. Miles Austin DAL (at WAS)
6. Marques Colston NO (vs TB)
7. DeSean Jackson PHI (vs DEN)
8. Sidney Rice MIN (at CHI)
9. Anquan Boldin ARI (vs STL)
10. Chad Ochocinco CIN (vs KC)
11. Brandon Marshall DEN (at PHI)
12. Greg Jennings GB (vs SEA)
13. Wes Welker NE (vs JAC)
14. Santonio Holmes PIT (vs BAL)
15. Mike Sims-Walker JAC (at NE)
16. Steve Smith CAR (at NYG)
17. Reggie Wayne IND (vs NYJ)
18. Hines Ward PIT (vs BAL)
19. Donald Driver GB (vs SEA)
20. Derrick Mason BAL (at PIT)
21. Steve Smith NYG (vs CAR)
22. Michael Crabtree SF (vs DET)
23. Antonio Bryant TB (at NO)
24. Roddy White ATL (vs BUF)
25. Robert Meachem NO (vs TB)

Tight Ends

1. Dallas Clark IND (vs NYJ)
2. Vernon Davis SF (vs DET)
3. Tony Gonzalez ATL (vs BUF)
4. Antonio Gates SD (at TEN)
5. Jermichael Finley GB (vs SEA)
6. Brent Celek PHI (vs DEN)
7. Visanthe Shiancoe MIN (at CHI)
8. Fred Davis WAS (vs DAL)
9. Heath Miller PIT (vs BAL)
10. Kellen Winslow TB (at NO)

Defense/Special Teams

1. Packers GB (vs SEA)
2. Saints NO (vs TB)
3. Cardinals ARI (vs STL)
4. 49ers SF (vs DET)
5. Vikings MIN (at CHI)
6. Cowboys DAL (at WAS)
7. Giants NYG (vs CAR)
8. Eagles PHI (vs DEN)
9. Bengals CIN (vs KC)
10. Colts IND (vs NYJ)

Several factors are considered, including strength of opponent, recent performances, individual matchups and all the intangibles that encompass an NFL matchup. Such as rivalries, weather, team moral, and playing against a former team. Injuries, experience and the possibility of splitting playing time are also a factor. In some cases, certain players are must-starts every week and rarely drop below the top spots or are removed unless they are injured.

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Dave B has been a Fantasy Football Junkie and writer for CappersPicks.com for 10 years. A couch potato wannabe, Dave’s insights have been read by 10’s of people for years. He hope’s for world peace + global relaxation. Enjoy folks – and remember only smoke things that are completely natural.

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Dave B has been a Fantasy Football writer for us for 10 years. A couch potato wannabe, Dave’s insights have been read by 10’s of people for years. He hope’s for world peace + global relaxation. Enjoy and remember only smoke things that are completely natural.


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