2017 Todd Gurley has picked up right where he left off ... in 2015. After a very disappointing 2016, he’s been an absolute wrecking ball. Look for him to stay at the top of the heap this week, at home against the up & down Seahawks.

The Top 100 Rankings are ready just in time for Thursday Night kickoff. 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. GB Aaron Rodgers
3. TB Jameis Winston
4. SEA Russell Wilson
5. DAL Dak Prescott
6. HOU Deshaun Watson
7. PIT Ben Roethlisberger
8. DET Matthew Stafford
9. PHI Carson Wentz
10. ARI Carson Palmer
11. CAR Cam Newton
12. LAC Philip Rivers
13. NYG Eli Manning
14. MIA Jay Cutler
15. KC Alex Smith


1. LAR Todd Gurley
2. PIT LeVeon Bell
3. DAL Ezekiel Elliott
4. KC Kareem Hunt
5. BUF LeSean McCoy
6. SF Carlos Hyde
7. JAC Leonard Fournette
8. HOU Lamar Miller
9. LAC Melvin Gordon
10. CHI Jordan Howard
11. NYJ Bilal Powell
12. CHI Tarik Cohen
13. IND Frank Gore
14. CAR Christian McCaffrey
15. PHI Wendell Smallwood
16. GB Aaron Jones
17. MIA Jay Ajayi
18. CLE Duke Johnson Jr.
19. ARI Andre Ellington
20. TEN DeMarco Murray
21. CIN Joe Mixon
22. TB Doug Martin
23. NYG Wayne Gallman
24. DET Ameer Abdullah
25. NE Mike Gillislee


1. PIT Antonio Brown
2. TB Mike Evans
3. ARI Larry Fitzgerald
4. GB Jordy Nelson
5. CIN A.J. Green
6. NYG Odell Beckham Jr.
7. GB Randall Cobb
8. SF Pierre Garcon
9. MIN Stefon Diggs
10. DET Golden Tate
11. HOU DeAndre Hopkins
12. SEA Doug Baldwin
13. MIA DeVante Parker
14. KC Tyreek Hill
15. MIA Jarvis Landry
16. DAL Dez Bryant
17. NE Chris Hogan
18. OAK Amari Cooper
19. LAC Keenan Allen
20. NE Brandin Cooks
21. PIT Martavis Bryant
22. MIN Adam Thielen
23. PHI Alshon Jeffery
24. TEN Rishard Matthews
25. TB DeSean Jackson
26. ARI Jaron Brown
27. IND T.Y. Hilton
28. NYJ Robby Anderson
29. HOU Will Fuller
30. LAR Cooper Kupp
31. CAR Kelvin Benjamin
32. NE Danny Amendola
33. DET Marvin Jones
34. NYG Sterling Shepard
35. PIT JuJu Smith-Schuster


1. NE Rob Gronkowski
2. KC Travis Kelce
3. PHI Zach Ertz
4. SEA Jimmy Graham
5. BUF Charles Clay
6. TB Cameron Brate
7. TEN Delanie Walker
8. GB Martellus Bennett
9. DAL Jason Witten
10. NYJ Austin Seferian-Jenkins
11. MIN Kyle Rudolph
12. NYG Evan Engram
13. PIT Jesse James
14. CIN Tyler Kroft
15. CHI Zach Miller


1. Pittsburgh
2. Kansas City
3. Minnesota
4. Baltimore
5. Buffalo
6. Detroit
7. Philadelphia
8. NY Jets
9. Cincinnati
10. Oakland

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Voodoo Brown
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 vb@voodoobrown.com, or hit him up on Facebook or Twitter (@VoodooBrown)