The struggling Patriots offense gets just what it needs to get back on track — Kansas City D in their own backyard. Look for both Sony Michel and James White to be the top producers in this high scoring matchup. (Photo credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports)

All season long you can follow my Top 100 Rankings. Good luck this week, and if you have any lineup questions hit me @VoodooBrown any time before kickoff!

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. BAL Lamar Jackson
2. HOU Deshaun Watson
3. KC Patrick Mahomes
4. MIN Kirk Cousins
5. TB Jameis Winston
6. SEA Russell Wilson
7. GB Aaron Rodgers
8. TEN Ryan Tannehill
9. NYJ Sam Darnold
10. PHI Carson Wentz
11. ATL Matt Ryan
12. BUF Josh Allen
13. IND Jacoby Brissett
14. ARI Kyler Murray
15. MIA Ryan Fitzpatrick


1. CAR Christian McCaffrey
2. TEN Derrick Henry
3. CLE Nick Chubb
4. MIN Dalvin Cook
5. NYG Saquon Barkley
6. NO Alvin Kamara
7. LAC Melvin Gordon
8. ATL Devonta Freeman
9. JAC Leonard Fournette
10. NE James White
11. BAL Mark Ingram
12. PHI Miles Sanders
13. LAR Todd Gurley
14. KC LeSean McCoy
15. SEA Chris Carson
16. NE Sony Michel
17. CIN Joe Mixon
18. GB Aaron Jones
19. ARI Kenyan Drake
20. PIT Benny Snell
21. BUF Devin Singletary
22. OAK Josh Jacobs
23. WAS Derrius Guice
24. LAC Austin Ekeler
25. SF Raheem Mostert


1. MIN Stefon Diggs
2. HOU DeAndre Hopkins
3. TB Chris Godwin
4. NO Michael Thomas
5. NE Julian Edelman
6. TB Mike Evans
7. KC Tyreek Hill
8. MIA DeVante Parker
9. CAR DJ Moore
10. LAR Robert Woods
11. ATL Julio Jones
12. SEA Tyler Lockett
13. LAR Cooper Kupp
14. CLE Jarvis Landry
15. TEN A.J. Brown
16. PHI Alshon Jeffery
17. GB Davante Adams
18. NYJ Jamison Crowder
19. CLE Odell Beckham
20. DEN Courtland Sutton
21. LAC Keenan Allen
22. CIN Tyler Boyd
23. ATL Calvin Ridley
24. JAC DJ Chark
25. DET Marvin Jones
26. BUF Cole Beasley
27. BUF John Brown
28. SF Emmanuel Sanders
29. OAK Tyrell Williams
30. DET Kenny Golladay
31. LAR Brandin Cooks
32. NYG Golden Tate
33. SF Deebo Samuel
34. NYJ Robby Anderson
35. SEA DK Metcalf


1. KC Travis Kelce
2. SF George Kittle
3. PHI Zach Ertz
4. OAK Darren Waller
5. ATL Austin Hooper
6. MIN Kyle Rudolph
7. BAL Mark Andrews
8. NO Jared Cook
9. SEA Jacob Hollister
10. DEN Noah Fant
11. HOU Darren Fells
12. PHI Dallas Goedert
13. IND Jack Doyle
14. MIA Mike Gesicki
15. LAC Hunter Henry


1. Green Bay
2. Minnesota
3. Houston
4. Philadelphia
5. Pittsburgh
6. Cleveland
7. Baltimore
8. New Orleans
9. NY Jets
10. Chargers


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