With preseason action winding down Eddie Lacy maintains his position as the No. 1 overall player in fantasy football
Just one more week of NFL preseason action and for the most part, fantasy owners can breathe a sigh of relief. The vast majority of starters won't even suit up for the final preseason game, so from here out it's all about injuries (Randall Cobb AC joint sprain in shoulder could have been worse), surprising cuts (Fred Jackson) and other developments (Washington, Buffalo going different directions with Week 1 starting QB) that will impact draft boards the most. There are still plenty of depth charts that need to be sorted out, but by and large there are no major shakes up rankings-wise, and that's a good thing.
Fantasy Football 2015: Preseason Top 200
(Updated Sept. 3)