Fantasy Football Rankings: 81–100

Fantasy Football Big Board 2017 81–100

81. Mike Gillislee, RB, Patriots


Gillislee was picked up by the Patriots after the Bills did not elect to match the offer. He will compete for minutes in a crowded backfield, including James White, Dion Lewis, and Rex Burkhead

82. Paul Perkins, RB, Giants

Perkins is slated to be the starting running back in a loaded Giants offense. Perkins is a very good back who will get most of the snaps on offense.

83. Corey Davis, WR, Titans

Davis was drafted in the top ten by the Titans to be the go to receiver than Marcus Mariota has lacked his whole career. Davis could take some time to get accustomed to the NFL, but he should produce once he does.

84. Derek Carr, QB, Raiders

Carr heads one of the most talented offenses in the league. Carr has potential to be the best quarterback in the NFL stat wise this season.

85. Martavis Bryant, WR, Steelers


Bryant comes off of a one year suspension to add another weapon to the already unstoppable Steelers offense. Due to the threat of Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown, Bryant will get a lot of openings.

86. C.J. Prosise, RB, Seahawks

Prosise will compete with Eddie Lacy for snaps in the Seahawks backfield. Prosise is a very good receiver, and should get most of the 3rd down touches.

87. Ameer Abdullah, RB, Lions

Abdullah and Theo Riddick will be competing for minutes during training camp and this season. Abdullah and Riddick should split most touches.

89. O.J. Howard, TE, Buccaneers

The Bucs stole Howard at the 19th pick in the draft. Although he will be playing behind Cameron Brate to begin the season, he is too talented to be on the bench for long.

90. Hunter Henry, TE, Chargers

With the retiring of Antonio Gates, Hunter Henry now takes the main spot at tight end. Henry should be the most reliable and consistent target Phillip Rivers has if he can mature.

91. LeGarrete Blount, RB, Eagles

Blount adds more firepower to the improving Eagles offense. He is one of the best power backs in the NFL, amassing an incredible 18 touchdowns.

92. Russell Wilson, QB, Seahawks


Wilson is one of the best young quarterbacks in the league. The threat of the run and the pass should allow him to rack up a lot of points.

93. Matt Forte, RB, Jets

Forte is aging, but is still able to produce. He will be competing with Bilal Powell for touches in the Jets offense, and Forte should get most of the red zone carries.

94. Corey Coleman, WR, Browns

The young receiver out of Baylor should emerge as the primary target for whoever wins the quarterback job in Cleveland.

95. Jack Doyle, TE, Colts


With Dwayne Allen in New England, Doyle will be the main tight end on the roster. Doyle is a reliable and consistent player with good hands.

96. Martellus Bennett, TE, Packers

Bennett adds another tool for Aaron Rodgers to make use of in this elite offense. After an underwhelming season with the Patriots, Bennett looks to bounce back in Green Bay.

97. Adam Thielen, WR, Vikings

Thielen broke onto the scene with a few big games last season. He is a valuable bench player that will be good enough when your top receivers are on bye or injured. 98. Cameron Meredith, WR, Bears

Meredith came out of nowhere and put up an impressive 2016 season, putting up almost 900 yards and 4 touchdowns. With Alshon Jeffery in Philadelphia, Meredith will be the number one target for the rookie Mitch Trubisky.

99.Pierre Garcon, WR, 49ers

Garcon is one piece in a shallow 49ers offense. He is a consistent player who should be a solid WR3 or Flex.

100. Randall Cobb, WR, Packers


After a down season in 2016, Cobb will look to bounce back. He is a speedy, elusive receiver who is a constant big play threat.

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