Even after a disappointing Super Bowl, Todd Gurley is the early choice to sit atop these rankings
The dust has settled after a very underwhelming Patriots Super Bowl victory over the Rams. That means it is time to jump into the way-too-early 2019 fantasy football rankings.
The draft is still more than two months away, so rookies are not a part of this but it is fun to do to see how much players will rise or fall after the 2019 season. In some cases, it's also a matter of speculating where some players (Le'Veon Bell? Antonio Brown?) will be by the time the season rolls around.
Depending on what additional information we hear regarding Tood Gurley he will remain my number one with a bullet. If he is dealing with an undisclosed injury, which most assume he was throughout the postseason, then his ranking will change somewhat depending on severity. If for some reason folks are drafting already this year or are worried about Gurley, then Saquon Barkley is an easy 1B pick for me.
Either way, have a look and keep those fantasy football juices flowing. Baseball season is almost here as well, but to many, that is a dry season for fantasy sports. Not myself, but to all those football-only players having some rankings to look over, or get upset about is always a fun way to finish out the winter.
Enjoy, and remember this is very early, so things will be changing. No doubt about it!
ADP - Average Draft Position
— Rankings by Chris Meyers, who is part of the Athlon Contributor Network and a member of the FSWA. Meyers' work appears on many other sites, including socalledfantasyexperts.com. Follow him on Twitter @FantsyChillpony.