Personally, I expect our “So-Called Fantasy Experts” Staff Week 16 Fantasy Football rankings will end up being among our lowest viewed rankings articles of the season. not because they’re not useful, but because only a small percentage of people will be playing Fantasy Football this weekend.
Figure that a small percentage of people have Week 17 Fantasy Football championship games, which means a small percentage of leagues are having their Final Four this week.
Plus, in all other leagues, this is probably their championship week (although, I do know of some leagues that have their championships in Week 15, in order to avoid star players on NFL playoff-bound teams that might be rested.
But for all other yearly Fantasy Football players, they’re taking a week off, except for those that decided to make some money in FanDuel contests this week.
This has been a really strange week of rankings, however, considering how many injuries happened last week – especially to running backs – and some really bad matchups.
SCFE Staff Week 16 Fantasy Football Rankings
These Week 16 Fantasy Football rankings are produced through FantasyPros.com, so player cards are also provided for each player, in case you want to look up the latest news and stats on any particular player.
I’d also like to point you to their “My Playbook” application that allows users to load up rosters from all of their leagues, then it help you figure out who to start, who to sit, who to think about trading, which free agents you should think about picking up and which players you should consider dropping. The My Playbook app is one of the best all-in-one Fantasy tools I’ve ever seen.
Can you believe you made it to Week 16!?! Congratulations!
Use the “So-Called Fantasy Experts” Staff Week 16 Fantasy Football rankings to help build your lineup!
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