2009 Fantasy Football Player Rankings

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Player Rankings

Fantasy Football player rankings are very useful when executing your fantasy football online drafts or establishing your pre-rankings for your offline drafts. When evaluating the NFL players, we assumed a standard league scoring configuration. The configuration assumes a starting roster of 1 QB, 2 RBs, 2 WRs, 1 TE, 1 K and 1 D/ST. Points are awarded for the following actions:

Passing: 1 point for every 25 yards, 4 points for each Touchdown, and negative 2 for each Interception

Rushing: 1 point for every 10 yards, 6 points for each Touchdown, and negative 2 for each fumble lost

Receiving: 1 point for every 10 yards, 6 points for each Touchdown

Kicking: 3 points for every Field Goal made and 1 point for each successful Extra Point

Defense: 2 points for every fumble covered, 2 points for every interception, 1 point for every sack, 2 points for each shutout and 2 points for each safety

There are many other statistics and scoring systems that can be used, so make sure to make adjustments to the rankings based on scoring differences found in your league.

Quarterback

Drew Brees

Kurt Warner

Tom Brady

Aaron Rodgers

Peyton Manning

Philip Rivers

Tony Romo

Donovan McNabb

Matt Schaub

Ben Roethlisberger

Carson Palmer

Matt Ryan

Jay Cutler

Matt Cassel

Eli Manning

Kyle Orton

Matt Hasselbeck

Joe Flacco

Brady Quinn

Chad Pennington

Trent Edwards

Jake Delhomme

David Garrard

Jason Campbell

Shaun Hill

Running Back1

Adrian Peterson

Michael Turner

Matt Forte

Maurice Jones-Drew

DeAngelo Williams

Brian Westbrook

LaDainian Tomlinson

Brandon Jacobs

Frank Gore

Steven Jackson

Chris Johnson

Clinton Portis

Steve Slaton

Marion Barber

Ronnie Brown

Pierre Thomas

Ryan Grant

Kevin Smith

Willie Parker

Chris Wells

Cedric Benson

Ray Rice

Reggie Bush

Joseph Addai

Darren McFadden

Running Back2

Thomas Jones

Jonathan Stewart

Marshawn Lynch

Larry Johnson

Derrick Ward

LenDale White

Jamal Lewis

Julius Jones

Felix Jones

Darren Sproles

Correll Buckhalter

Knowshon Moreno

Leon Washington

Fred Jackson

Jamaal Charles

Donald Brown

Ahmad Bradshaw

Sammy Morris

Fred Taylor

Jerious Norwood

Ricky Williams

Tim Hightower

LeSean McCoy

Justin Fargas

Willis McGahee

Wide Receiver1

Larry Fitzgerald

Randy Moss

Andre Johnson

Reggie Wayne

Steve Smith

Greg Jennings

Roddy White

Calvin Johnson

Anquan Boldin

Terrell Owens

Marques Colston

Brandon Marshall

T.J. Houshmandzadeh

Dwayne Bowe

Wes Welker

Vincent Jackson

Antonio Bryant

Roy Williams

Braylon Edwards

Hines Ward

Santana Moss

Santonio Holmes

Lee Evans

Anthony Gonzalez

Bernard Berrian

Wide Receiver2

Donnie Avery

DeSean Jackson

Jerricho Cotchery

Torry Holt

Eddie Royal

Kevin Walter

Chad Ochocinco

Laveranues Coles

Devin Hester

Chris Chambers

Steve Breaston

Michael Crabtree

Lance Moore

Patrick Crayton

Ted Ginn Jr.

Donald Driver

Mark Clayton

Isaac Bruce

Hakeem Nicks

Justin Gage

Derius Heyward-Bey

Mark Bradley

Kevin Curtis

Percy Harvin

Domenik Hixon

Tight End

Jason Witten

Antonio Gates

Dallas Clark

Tony Gonzalez

Chris Cooley

Greg Olsen

Dustin Keller

Owen Daniels

Kellen Winslow

Tony Scheffler

Zach Miller

John Carlson

Jeremy Shockey

Vernon Davis

Brandon Pettigrew

Heath Miller

Brent Celek

Chase Coffman

Donald Lee

Bo Scaife

Kevin Boss

Visanthe Shiancoe

Anthony Fasano

Jerad Cook

Ben Watson

Kickers

Stephen Gostkowski

Rob Bironas

Kris Brown

David Akers

Mason Crosby

John Kasay

Jason Elam

Jeff Reed

Nick Folk

Ryan Longwell

Sebastian Janikowski

Jay Feely

Adam Vinatieri

Shaun Suisham

Nate Kaeding

Robbie Gould

Shayne Graham

Neil Rackers

Joe Nedney

Matt Prater

Olindo Mare

Rian Lindell

Garrett Hartley

Dan Carpenter

Defense/Special Teams

Pittsburgh

New York

Baltimore

Tennessee

Minnesota

Dallas

Miami

Philadelphia

Washington

New York

Oakland

Chicago

Houston

Buffalo

Carolina

Cincinnati

San Diego

New England

San Francisco

Seattle

Arizona

Atlanta

New Orleans

Jacksonville









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