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Fantasy Football Rankings, Tiers for QBs, RBs, WRs, TEs, Kickers, Defenses in Week 3

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You can see Sean Koerner’s real-time rankings at any point here.

Fantasy Rankings & Tiers

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Fantasy QB Rankings & Tiers

Tier 1

Josh Allen (@ MIA)

The Bills are beginning to remind me of the 2007 Patriots team that went 16-0. Even when playing with a big lead, they are willing to continue airing it out. That is great news for Allen’s fantasy value considering they should be playing with the lead often this season.

This week’s matchup against the Dolphins should be a shootout, and Allen continues to deserve Tier 1 all to himself.

Tier 2

Jalen Hurts (@ WAS)
Lamar Jackson (@ NE)
Patrick Mahomes (@ IND)

While Allen is the most likely QB to finish as the QB1 this week (I would give him about a 15% chance), it’s important to remember that it’s more likely that someone from this tier actually finishes as the QB1. All three have about a 8-10% chance.

Jalen Hurts is playing out of his mind right now, and it’s clear that the addition of AJ Brown could in fact unlock a 2019 Lamar Jackson-type of season from him this year.

Speaking of Jackson, he’s certainly channeling his 2019 season right now as the QB1 overall through two weeks. He’s currently the entire Ravens offense right now since their running game (outside of Jackson) has been non-existent. Baltimore has been a pass-heavy offense to begin the season, ranking third in early-down pass rate in neutral game situations. The Ravens may become more balanced once J.K. Dobbins is healthy enough to return, but when that will be exactly continues to be a mystery.

Update: Jackson was spotted with a protective sleeve on his throwing arm. He appears to be dealing with some sort of injury. It’s unclear yet if this is anything we need to be concerned over, but it’s something we will need to monitor.