Well, folks, the time has come to re-evaluate NFL teams and their brand new toys. While the majority of my ranking will stay the same, we will update the list as the season progress. For now, this should help the newest Fantasy Football players with their drafting choices. Here are the 2019 Post-Draft Rankings.

Remember when drafting to keep up with your players before and after drafting especially during the preseason sometimes due to injury and sometimes due to the lower production they may be bumped back for a rookie upgrade.

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Another tip to keep in mind, a player’s fantasy value can go up or down, certainly due to injuries, but also due to their situation. Many players can be subjected to trade, such as Golden Tate who went from the Lions to the Eagles last season. Say a player like Drew Brees goes down and the next up is Teddy Bridgewater. Let’s say then the Wide Receivers in New Orleans that normally would be handcuffed to Brees will see their value go down, and should Bridgewater not perform like the Future Hall of Famer, then they will drop even further.

I understand that this is repetitive but there are different factors in each person.  Should a Future HoFer go down and an understudy comes up then even if they are a top tier receiver their value will drop significantly but say a Tier 4 QB goes down and the next up is better than they are then the value of every offensive weapon will go up.  It’s a give and pull.

Without further delay, he are the Post-Draft Rankings.

Top 30 Quarterbacks

1. Patrick Mahomes
2. Andrew Luck
3. Deshaun Watson
4. Aaron Rodgers
5. Drew Brees
6. Carson Wentz
7. Russel Wilson
8. Jared Goff
9. Matt Ryan
10. Baker Mayfield
11. Cam Newton
12. Mitchell Trubisky
13. Philip Rivers
14. Sam Darnold
15. Ben Roethlisberger
16. Dak Prescott
17. Tom Brady
18. Lamar Jackson
19. Kirk Cousins
20. Josh Allen
21. Jimmy Garoppolo
22. Jameis Winston
23. Derek Carr
24. Nick Foles
25. Matthew Stafford
26. Ryan Fitzpatrick
27. Marcus Mariota
28. Andy Dalton
29. Joe Flacco
30. Eli Manning


Top 40 Running Backs

1. Saquon Barkley
2. Christian McCaffrey
3. Ezekiel Elliott
4. Todd Gurley
5. James Conner
6. Alvin Kamara
7. Melvin Gordon
8. Le’Veon Bell
9. David Johnson
10. Dalvin Cook
11. Nick Chubb
12. Joe Mixon
13. Damien Williams
14. Sony Michel
15. Aaron Jones
16. Chris Carson
17. Mark Ingram
18. Kerryon Johnson
19. Phillip Lindsay
20. Marlon Mack
21. Kenyan Drake
22. James White
23. Tarik Cohen
24. Jordan Howard
25. Tevin Coleman
26. Mike Davis
27. Lamar Miller
28. Jerick McKinnon
29. Dion Lewis
30. Ito Smith
31. Leonard Fournette
32. Derrick Henry
33. Devonta Freeman
34. Derrius Guice
35. LeSean McCoy
36. Peyton Barber
37. Rashaad Penny
38. Jalen Richard
39. Latavius Murray
40. Carlos Hyde


Top 40 Wide Receivers

1. DeAndre Hopkins
2. Davante Adams
3. Julio Jones
4. JuJu Smith-Schuster
5. Michael Thomas
6. Keenan Allen
7. Amari Cooper
8. Odell Beckham
9. Mike Evans
10. Antonio Brown
11. Adam Thielen
12. Julian Edelman
13. Stefon Diggs
14. Robert Woods
15. T.Y. Hilton
16. Robby Anderson
17. Cooper Kupp
18. Brandin Cooks
19. Alshon Jeffery
20. A.J. Green
21. Allen Robinson
22. Chris Godwin
23. Kenny Golladay
24. Keke Coutee
25. D.J. Moore
26. Marvin Jones Jr.
27. Tyler Lockett
28. Doug Baldwin*
29. Calvin Ridley
30. Devin Funchess
31. Courtland Sutton
32.Emmanuel Sanders
33. Dede Westbrook
34. Jarvis Landry
35. Tyler Boyd
36. Mike Williams
37. Will Fuller
38. Corey Davis
39. Jamison Crowder
40. Quincy Enunwa


Top 30 Tight Ends

1. Travis Kelce
2. Zach Ertz
3. Evan Engram
4. George Kittle
5. Eric Ebron
6. Hunter Henry
7. Chris Herndon
8. Vance McDonald
9. O.J. Howard
10. Greg Olsen
11. Delanie Walker
12. Jared Cook
13. Austin Hooper
14. Jack Doyle
15. Kyle Rudolph
16. David Njoku
17. Jesse James
18. Trey Burton
19. Jordan Reed
20. Tyler Eifert
21. Dallas Goedert
22. Jimmy Graham
23. Darren Waller
24. Gerald Everett
25. Cameron Brate
26. Mike Gesicki
27. Tyler Kroft
28. Charles Clay
29. Mark Andrews
30. Matt LaCosse


Top 30 Defenses

1. Chicago Bears
2. Jacksonville Jaguars
3. Los Angeles Rams
4. Los Angeles Chargers
5. Minnesota Vikings
6. Houston Texans
7. New Orleans Saints
8. New York Jets
9. Cleveland Browns
10. Denver Broncos
11. Seattle Seahawks
12. Dallas Cowboys
13. Buffalo Bills
14. New England Patriots
15. Tennessee Titans
16. Indianapolis Colts
17. Carolina Panthers
18. Detroit Lions
19. Arizona Cardinals
20. Pittsburgh Steelers
21. Atlanta Falcons
22. Washington Redskins
23. San Francisco 49ers
24. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
25. Philadelphia Eagles
26. Miami Dolphins
27. Cincinnati Bengals
28. Green Bay Packers
29. Kansas City Chiefs
30. Oakland Raiders


Top 30 Kickers

1. Greg Zuerlein
2. Justin Tucker
3. Stephen Gostkowski
4. Wil Lutz
5. Mason Crosby
6. Ka’imi Fairbairn**
7. Brett Maher
8. Jason Myers
9. Matt Prater
10. Jake Elliot
11. Robbie Gould
12. Adam Vinatieri
13. Graham Gano
14. Dan Bailey
15. Ryan Succop
16. Chris Boswell
17. Michael Badgley
18. Aldrick Rosas
19. Josh Lambo
20. Stephen Hauschka
21. Cairo Santos
22. Daniel Carlson
23. Chandler Catanzaro
24. Randy Bullock
25. Jason Sanders
26. Zane Gonzalez
27. Greg Joseph
28. Brandon McManus
29. Matt Bryant**


Well, there you have it, folks, the full fantasy rankings.  The people with stars next to their name are something to keep an eye out for.  One * means they will possibly be retiring or have an injury currently known.  Two ** means they are a free agent and have plans on signing with a new team.  For the kickers, I would pay attention to these gentlemen.  With each new development keep an eye out for tweets about updates on these players.

Thank you for reading the 2019 Post-Draft Rankings. Evidently, only veteran players were included on this list. For analysis on the incoming rookies, check out other fantasy articles on Full Press Coverage.

– Alessandro Senatore is a writer for Full Press Coverage. He covers the NFL. Like and follow on and Facebook.

– Kyle Senra is the managing editor for the Full Press Fantasy Sports. He covers the NFL. Like and follow on and Facebook.

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