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Fantasy Football 2015 Flex Rankings: Week 1

Jamaal Charles

Jamaal Charles

It is Week 1 and by now you have hopefully perused Athlon Sports' positional rankings, and other strategy articles but here is another resource for you —  Top 150 Flex rankings. Rankings are relatively self-explanatory and our positional rankings do just that — they rank each individual position for each week. 

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Every week is different, and every situation and game plan will be different so there will clearly be players ranked higher some weeks than others. The difficulty I have found, and the most common question prior to Thursday's or Sunday's kickoff time is this: "Who do I start in my Flex position <Insert Player A> OR <Insert Player B>." 

Often times positional rankings will cover this, but what if the owner is deciding between a running back or a wide receiver, or heck maybe even a second tight end is in the mix?  This will not be easily answered in positional rankings every week, and overall preseason rankings are not often updated, nor accurate for particular fantasy week.

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That is where Athlon's fantasy contributors come in and will provide you not only with the fantastically useful positional rankings each week, but also a Top 150 Flex rankings to help you decide some of those trickier start/sit situations.

Positional Rankings: QB I RB I WR I TE I DST I K I Flex

Besides these be sure to follow me on Twitter (@FantsyChillpony) and as always feel free to reach out to me with any questions at all. I promise I will respond to each and every question as soon as I can! Have a great Week 1, and enjoy the first week of real NFL action!

Disclaimer: I was unable to export the Flex rankings without including another position so I included my QB rankings. Use or disregard as you feel necessary, but the Flex tab holds the good stuff.

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— Written 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.