Brady & Gronk are set for another Brady & Gronk day against a struggling Carolina squad.

I’m a little late with the Top 100 Rankings this week, but in time for Sunday. So let’s get right to it:
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)

 
If you have any lineup questions, you can always hit me @VoodooBrown any time before kickoff.

 


1. NE Tom Brady
2. SEA Russell Wilson
3. ATL Matt Ryan
4. NO Drew Brees
5. DAL Dak Prescott
6. ARI Carson Palmer
7. TB Jameis Winston
8. MIA Jay Cutler
9. HOU Deshaun Watson
10. MIN Case Keenum
11. NYG Eli Manning
12. TEN Marcus Mariota
13. LAC Philip Rivers
14. PHI Carson Wentz
15. CAR Cam Newton

 


1. DAL Ezekiel Elliott
2. KC Kareem Hunt
3. LAR Todd Gurley
4. MIN Dalvin Cook
5. BUF LeSean McCoy
6. ATL Devonta Freeman
7. PIT LeVeon Bell
8. CIN Joe Mixon
9. JAC Leonard Fournette
10. SEA Chris Carson
11. SF Carlos Hyde
12. CAR Christian McCaffrey
13. MIA Jay Ajayi
14. NO Mark Ingram
15. NYJ Bilal Powell
16. NE Mike Gillislee
17. DEN C.J. Anderson
18. HOU Lamar Miller
19. LAC Melvin Gordon
20. WAS Chris Thompson
21. ATL Tevin Coleman
22. PHI Wendell Smallwood
23. BAL Javorius Allen
24. CLE Isaiah Crowell
25. TEN DeMarco Murray

 


1. PIT Antonio Brown
2. ATL Julio Jones
3. CIN A.J. Green
4. NYG Odell Beckham Jr.
5. KC Tyreek Hill
6. DAL Dez Bryant
7. MIN Stefon Diggs
8. TB Mike Evans
9. MIA DeVante Parker
10. NO Michael Thomas
11. NE Brandin Cooks
12. ARI Larry Fitzgerald
13. DEN Demaryius Thomas
14. MIA Jarvis Landry
15. MIN Adam Thielen
16. LAC Keenan Allen
17. HOU DeAndre Hopkins
18. OAK Amari Cooper
19. DEN Emmanuel Sanders
20. SEA Doug Baldwin
21. ATL Mohamed Sanu
22. DET Golden Tate
23. PHI Alshon Jeffery
24. WAS Jamison Crowder
25. NE Chris Hogan
26. TEN Rishard Matthews
27. LAC Tyrell Williams
28. IND T.Y. Hilton
29. MIA Kenny Stills
30. NE Danny Amendola
31. CAR Kelvin Benjamin
32. LAR Sammy Watkins
33. JAC Allen Hurns
34. JAC Marqise Lee
35. NYG Sterling Shepard

 


1. NE Rob Gronkowski
2. KC Travis Kelce
3. PHI Zach Ertz
4. TEN Delanie Walker
5. BUF Charles Clay
6. WAS Jordan Reed
7. NYG Evan Engram
8. MIN Kyle Rudolph
9. SEA Jimmy Graham
10. DAL Jason Witten
11. LAC Antonio Gates
12. IND Jack Doyle
13. ARI Jermaine Gresham
14. BAL Benjamin Watson
15. PIT Jesse James

 

DEFENSE/SPECIAL TEAMS:
1. Jacksonville
2. New England
3. Seattle
4. Kansas City
5. Cincinnati
6. Atlanta
7. Arizona
8. Dallas
9. Baltimore
10. Minnesota

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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 11 titles and 6 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 vb@voodoobrown.com, or hit him up on Facebook or Twitter (@VoodooBrown)

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