Brand Spanking New 2015 Fantasy Football Rankings: Odell Beckham Not A Top 3 WR?
jciely 12:00 am, July 27th, 2015
Can you smell it? Football Sundays are almost here! August is just a week away, and with August comes Fantasy Football drafts.
You want to be prepared. You want to know all of the sleepers, possible busts, players to avoid and strategies to win this year. Don't stress yourself out. There is no need to stay up all night studying, as I have you covered.
Well, Pat Mayo helps too, but this post is all you need for 2015 Fantasy Football Rankings. If you want more (and who doesn't) you can check out all of these links for the added insight to some hot topic names, sleepers based on ADP and general RB and WR rankings talk.
If you dove right in before checking my rankings, you'll notice a few movers... especially C.J. Anderson. Now, Anderson hasn't moved since my update a few weeks ago, and barring something extreme in the preseason, he won't move at all. However, a few players saw significant rankings changes.
Sam Bradford: Up to QB18 - I honestly thought about moving him higher. Bradford has Top 5 quarterback potential with the Eagles. Yes, Top FIVE. However, I still can't move him higher since he never plays 16 games.
Bishop Sankey: Up to RB53 - I still don't think he has the talent and still believe David Cobb wins the job. However, with the Titans' offseason confusing and a mess, I'll take the flier on Sankey as a RB5/6 just in case the Titans are stubborn and stink with him.
Taylor Gabriel: Up to WR73 - Talk from Cleveland is that he looks better than any receiver on the team. However, it's just the offseason... and "talk."
Hakeem Nicks: Added as WR75 - Again, "talk" has Nicks looking the best he has in years, and he's still rather young. With Justin Hunter screwing up, maybe we haven't seen the last of Nicks.
Marqise Lee: Down to WR76 - He could climb back up depending on the preseason, but beat talk doesn't sound hopeful.
Antonio Gates: Down to TE17 - News of his suspension came after the last set of rankings.
Troy Niklas: Down to TE34 - He wasn't that high to begin with, but the signing of Jermaine Gresham all but kills what little sleeper opportunity he had.