Fantasy Football Rankings

4for4 Fantasy Football Rankings

  • Expert fantasy football rankings that will help you dominate your 2022 fantasy football draft.
  • Fantasy football rankings for your different scoring formats, including standard and PPR scoring leagues.
  • Projections for each player for the 2022 NFL season.

Why you can trust our Fantasy Football Rankings

Our 2022 Fantasy Football rankings are the best in the business. We offer stat projections, rankings for each scoring fantasy format, and the latest ADP changes.

4for4 is the home of the most accurate fantasy football rankings since 2010. Our rankings guru, John Paulsen, was named the Most Accurate Fantasy Football Expert by FantasyPros in 2010 and 2014 and was the runner-up in 2011 and 2019. In 2012, 2015, 2017, and 2020 he finished in the top four.

Using our fantasy football player rankings will provide you with expert analysis throughout the season that will help you identify league winners.

Types of Fantasy Football Rankings

There are many different forms of fantasy rankings. There are positional rankings where each player at a specific position is against others of the same position. This includes quarterback, running back, wide receiver, tight end, kicker, and defensive rankings. There are also flex rankings which are typically a ranking of RBs, WRs, and TEs. There are also Superflex rankings, which include a full rank of QBs, RBs, WRs, and TEs. Among these rankings, there are different types based on the scoring format. There are standard rankings, half PPR, and full PPR scoring rankings. Be sure to check what kind of league and scoring format your league is operating under.

Half-PPR Rankings

Half PPR is a fantasy football scoring format where each player is given half of a point for each reception they have. This means that a 10-yard reception results in 1.5 points.

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PPR Rankings

Full PPR is a scoring format where each player is given a full point for each reception they have. This means that a 10-yard reception results in 2 points.

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Standard rankings

Standard rankings is a scoring format where there are no reception bonuses. This means that a 10-yard reception results in 1 point.

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Custom Rankings

Our site also provides custom rankings for your fantasy football season. Some leagues have different starting requirements or different scoring. These different league formats and league scoring options will have an impact on your fantasy football draft rankings and here at 4for4, our custom rankings will update our rankings to fit your league settings.

IDP Rankings

IDP stands for individual defensive player rankings. Some fantasy leagues don't just draft offensive players, but also defensive players too. While most fantasy leagues require each team to roster one team defense, in IDP leagues, you roster specific defensive players, such as T.J. Watt or Aaron Donald. IDP Rankings will rate each individual defensive player according to their fantasy value.

IDP leagues, you roster specific defensive players, such as T.J. Watt or Aaron Donald. IDP Rankings will rate each individual defensive player according to their fantasy value.

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Fantasy Football Rankings FAQ

What is the most important position in fantasy football?

This all depends on what kind of scoring format you're playing under. In Superflex leagues, the quarterback is the most important position. In standard scoring, running back is the most important. In half-PPR, running back still reigns supreme, but not as much as in standard. In full-PPR, the receiver becomes more important.

How accurate are projected points in fantasy football rankings?

It's incredibly difficult to accurately project a player's stats for the NFL season, but that doesn't mean projections are useless. They provide fantasy managers an idea of how many fantasy points each player could potentially score. These projections provide a range of outcomes for each player. You can then look at those projections and identify a floor and a ceiling for each player.

What's the best way to plan my bench spots?

Your bench spots should be used to upgrade your starting lineup. Typically, it makes sense to have one player you feel comfortable with starting at any time. Injuries and bye weeks happen and having one dependable bench player is ideal. The other spots should be aimed at the upside.

What are bye weeks?

Bye weeks are the one week each NFL team has off or does not have a weekly game. During this time, you'll need to find another player to stream, which is to find a player that you can start for the one week your starter has a bye week and is unavailable.

Who is the best player in fantasy football in 2022?

Christian McCaffrey is undeniably the one fantasy football player with the most upside. When he's healthy, there's not a single player that can touch his ceiling.

Should I pick a QB or RB first in my fantasy football draft?

Unless you're playing in a Superflex league, drafting a running back before a quarterback is the better choice the vast majority of the time.

What is the best way to find fantasy football targets?

The best way to find fantasy football targets is to look at ADP and compare that to our fantasy football rankings. By doing this exercise, you'll find players you should be targeting and ones you should be avoiding. This is a great exercise to identify breakout players for the 2022 season.

What does the ideal fantasy football roster look like?

QB - Tom Brady

RB - Christian McCaffrey

RB - Travis Etienne

WR - Mike Evans

WR - Tee Higgins

WR - Marquise Brown

TE - Dallas Goedert

K - Tyler Bass

DEF - Green Bay Packers

Fantasy Football Rankings by Format

Fantasy Football Rankings by Position