Adrian Peterson, the original Beastmode. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

Final game of the regular season, and it’s win-to-get-in for many of you out there — so I’m getting right to the Top 100 Rankings. The New Hits will be listed in a separate post before Sunday: a special Playoff Prep edition. If you’re still not sure who to start, Tweet any lineup questions to @VoodooBrown.

It’s common sense, but if you have to decide between two players on this list, take the one that is ranked higher. If your player does not appear on this list, then he’s probably not very startable in most 10-12 team leagues. (Note, these rankings are based on PPR leagues)


1. CAR Cam Newton
2. PIT Ben Roethlisberger
3. NE Tom Brady
4. CHI Jay Cutler
5. GB Aaron Rodgers
6. NYJ Ryan Fitzpatrick
7. CIN Andy Dalton
8. OAK Derek Carr
9. DET Matthew Stafford
10. ARI Carson Palmer
11. NO Drew Brees
12. ATL Matt Ryan
13. JAC Blake Bortles
14. NYG Eli Manning
15. SD Philip Rivers


1. MIN Adrian Peterson
2. PIT DeAngelo Williams
3. STL Todd Gurley
4. ATL Devonta Freeman
5. SF Shaun Draughn
6. NO Mark Ingram
7. ARI David Johnson
8. BUF LeSean McCoy
9. TB Doug Martin
10. SEA Thomas Rawls
11. CAR Jonathan Stewart
12. NE LeGarrette Blount
13. CHI Matt Forte
14. PHI DeMarco Murray
15. CIN Jeremy Hill (check status)
16. DEN C.J. Anderson
17. MIA Lamar Miller
18. DAL Darren McFadden
19. KC Spencer Ware
20. BAL Javorius Allen
21. DEN Ronnie Hillman
22. NYG Shane Vereen
23. HOU Alfred Blue
24. CIN Giovani Bernard
25. SD Danny Woodhead


1. PIT Antonio Brown
2. ATL Julio Jones
3. CIN A.J. Green
4. NYJ Brandon Marshall
5. CHI Alshon Jeffery
6. HOU DeAndre Hopkins
7. DET Calvin Johnson
8. PIT Martavis Bryant
9. IND T.Y. Hilton
10. NE Danny Amendola
11. NYG Odell Beckham Jr.
12. KC Jeremy Maclin
13. OAK Amari Cooper
14. NYJ Eric Decker
15. ARI Larry Fitzgerald
16. BUF Sammy Watkins
17. NO Brandin Cooks
18. DEN Emmanuel Sanders
19. DEN Demaryius Thomas
20. DAL Dez Bryant
21. WAS DeSean Jackson
22. NE Brandon LaFell
23. ARI Michael Floyd
24. JAC Allen Robinson
25. OAK Michael Crabtree
26. TB Mike Evans
27. MIA Jarvis Landry
28. IND Donte Moncrief
29. GB Randall Cobb
30. ARI John Brown
31. DET Golden Tate
32. SEA Doug Baldwin
33. NO Willie Snead
34. GB Davante Adams
35. SD Stevie Johnson


1. CAR Greg Olsen
2. KC Travis Kelce
3. NE Scott Chandler
4. TEN Delanie Walker
5. SD Antonio Gates
6. WAS Jordan Reed
7. ATL Jacob Tamme
8. JAC Julius Thomas
9. CLE Gary Barnidge
10. CIN Tyler Eifert (check status)
11. CHI Martellus Bennett
12. PIT Heath Miller (check status)
13. NO Benjamin Watson
14. MIN Kyle Rudolph
15. GB Richard Rodgers


1. Cincinnati
2. New England
3. Carolina
4. Arizona
5. Denver
6. Chicago
7. Seattle
8. Tennessee
9. Kansas City
10. Washington

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Voodoo Brown started playing fantasy football way back in 1994 — when you had to manually add up scores with the Monday edition of USA Today (yes, that’s how it was done). Since that time, he has amassed 16 championships and 7 runner-ups, with most of his success coming after 2003 (avg. participation of 2-3 leagues per year). These accomplishments are evidence that Voodoo steadily adjusts to the ebbs & flows of the ever-changing fantasy landscape. It’s a different game now than it was in 1994 — hell, even 2004. Rarely finishing as a doormat, Voodoo’s teams are always in the mix. If you want any roster or lineup feedback, you can message him at, or hit him up on Facebook or Twitter (@VoodooBrown)