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DFW Initial 2016  Fantasy Football Projections


By Alan Satterlee, DFW Senior Writer and Co-Owner, @Speedkills_DFW

// DFW / REDRAFT 2016 SERIES

The first cut of 2016 projections have been baked and are ready to come out of the oven! How 4thdo they differ from others? Well, for starters there are some calculated calls of course based on DFW’s year-round dynasty analysis. Secondly, they are crazy calibrated — every receiving stat by team matches up 100% to every stat of the team’s projected passing total. How about that?! They won’t always be that way as we adjust over the summer (although we’ll re-calibrate) but here on July 4th, 2016 launch they are linked and connected. Eli Manning, for example, is projected for 4,453 passing yards with 32 touchdowns — while Odell Beckham Jr., Sterling Shepard, Victor Cruz, Paul Perkins, Will Tye and the rest of the Giants also tally for 4,453 receiving yards and 32 receiving touchdowns. Here you will find projections for 414 players and on-going updates can be found on the DFW homepage along with our other rankings. Additionally, like we do for dynasty rankings, be on the look-out this summer for 2016 DFW Experts re-draft rankings as we blend and average across multiple experts who participate on DFW. Also, as a reminder, remember you can save DWF articles (like this one!) as a PDF to download and print. Enjoy — and Happy 4th of July!! 


QUARTERBACKS

cam222It’s certainly possible that Cam Newton could be the first-ever 500-point fantasy player, although I have him here with 446.3 fantasy points which is still pretty lethal. Ben Roethlisberger‘s fantasy totals here don’t have the impact of 2-point plays, if Pittsburgh does in fact generally go for 2-points instead of kicking the traditional extra point after touchdowns, it’s quite possible that Big Ben cracks 400 fantasy points. Marcus Mariota may seem high here but if he can rush for 400+ yards and four rushing touchdowns, it will greatly inflate his fantasy totals (without those rushing totals he drops to QB25 in these rankings). Andy Dalton as QB19 may seem low — I am not buying. For starters, the Bengals have lost a lost of receiving weapons since last year and still, come on, he’s Andy Dalton. Projections and rankings aren’t always the same — case in point, Tom Brady comes in as QB24 in projections as he will miss four games but he is certainly much higher on everybody’s board in terms of 2016 rankings and expect Brady to come out firing angry when he returns. If his 287.8 projected fantasy point totals over 12 games were projected to 16 games he would be QB5. Tony Romo (QB26) and Jay Cutler (QB27) may also seem low, but I am not buying that they can play a full 16 games.

Table 1: Initial DFW QB Projections

RANKTEAMPLAYERFANTASY POINTSPASSING YARDSPASSING TDSINTSRUSHING YARDSRUSHING TDS
1CAROLINACam Newton446.34,31132136179
2SEATTLERussell Wilson422.54,4493694703
3NEW ORLEANSDrew Brees386.54,8913513292
4GREEN BAYAaron Rodgers382.94,4213292483
5INDIANAPOLISAndrew Luck374.94,35131183333
6PITTSBURGHBen Roethlisberger364.74,8123015712
7TAMPA BAYJameis Winston359.14,22330151894
8JACKSONVILLEBlake Bortles355.94,14332182672
9WASHINGTONKirk Cousins351.44,3583113453
10ARIZONACarson Palmer342.24,4813213310
11OAKLANDDerek Carr341.94,17132131231
12SAN DIEGOPhilip Rivers341.34,3903315480
13NY GIANTSEli Manning339.34,4533215360
14TENNESSEEMarcus Mariotta337.53,85125144093
15MIAMIRyan Tannehill332.24,40527131690
16ATLANTAMatt Ryan327.84,4882714341
17DETROITMatthew Stafford327.74,40126141161
18BUFFALOTyrod Taylor326.53,3892275204
19BALTIMOREJoe Flacco319.34,3122512372
20CINCINNATIAndy Dalton319.14,0522917552
21KANSAS CITYAlex Smith3063,6012393691
22HOUSTONBrock Osweiler297.53,82624141222
23NEW ENGLANDTom Brady287.83,583278261
24CLEVELANDRobert Griffin III286.53,20622113123
25NEW YORK JETSRyan Fitzpatrick285.63,7152615481
26DALLASDak Prescott2832,99422153634
27CHICAGOJay Cutler279.83,52523141951
28SAN FRANCISCOBlaine Gabbert276.23,40220122612
29MINNESOTASam Bradford248.53,5172113160
30DENVERTrevor Siemian1982,8381611310
31PHILADELPHIACarson Wentz195.62,42215131552
32LOS ANGELESJared Goff127.41,992101380
33LOS ANGELESCase Keenum97.91,373101130
34NEW ENGLANDJimmy Garoppolo80.298473600
35DALLASTony Romo79.81,0827370
36PHILADELPHIAChase Daniel78.21,02276510
37DENVERPaxton Lynch64.677756571
38CLEVELANDJosh McCown59.170843471
39SAN FRANCISCOColin Kaepernick54.5485431121
40DENVERMark Sanchez43.252333201
41CHICAGOBrian Hoyer426243280
42BUFFALOCardale Jones38.823722892
43NEW YORK JETSGeno Smith22.226322300
44GREEN BAYBrett Hundley11.811211320
45CINCINNATIA.J. McCarron9.61121000
46CLEVELANDCody Kessler7.21031200
47SAN FRANCISCOJeff Driskel6.73212310
48DETROITJake Rudock61390100
49NEW YORK JETSChristian Hackenberg000000
50BUFFALOE.J. Manuel000000
51NEW ENGLANDJacoby Brissett000000
52BALTIMORERyan Mallet000000
53NY GIANTSRyan Nassib000000

RUNNING BACKS
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If you are Lamar Miller strong in dynasty, you’ll like this projection — Lamar Miller coming in as RB5 (which isn’t that crazy as he was actually RB6 last year, although these projections have Miller with 279.3 fantasy points versus the 233.9 he had last year). We had a bullish call here on Carlos Hyde — we’re in also in the rankings with Hyde as RB11. “Sleeper” Duke Johnson is tallied up to come in as RB13 fueled by a projected 75 receptions. I feel like these projections are somewhat bullish on Thomas Rawls, to top 1,000 rushing yards, but even then he would only be RB26 as I expect C.J. Prosise (RB40) to get the lion’s share of the receiving work. Baltimore’s Kenneth Davis comes in as the top rookie running back after Ezekial Elliot, just marginally ahead though of 2015 Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry. There are a lot of Ravens (and Giants) running back and likely this will get clearer in pre-season and some of these backs will likely not make the team. Melvin Gordon was a major bust last year with zero TDs so projecting he slops into six scores seems aggressive, but as a lead back in what should be a high-scoring offense Gordon should get some share of the scores and even than that still would only have Gordon as RB36. 

Table 2: Initial DFW RB Projections

RANKTEAMPLAYERFANTASY POINTSRUSHING YARDSRUSHING TDSRECEPTIONSRECEIVING YARDSRECEIVING TDS
1LOS ANGELESTodd Gurley3001,54014282801
2ARIZONADavid Johnson297.51,27911424962
3DALLASEzekial Elliott284.31,51115241920
4PITTSBURGHLe'Veon Bell283.31,2019514622
5HOUSTONLamar Miller279.31,26711433162
6MINNESOTAAdrian Peterson276.41,41114272430
7NEW ORLEANSMark Ingram272.51,09410484911
8TAMPA BAYDoug Martin267.21,28910383431
9ATLANTADevonta Freeman262.49678594672
10KANSAS CITYJamaal Charles2601,0457514453
11GREEN BAYEddie Lacy255.51,1429393632
12TENNESSEEDeMarco Murray252.21,15810343641
13SAN FRANCISCOCarlos Hyde240.61,2199312771
14CHICAGOJeremy Langford237.51,0498403861
15CLEVELANDDuke Johnson237.27034725892
16BUFFALOLeSean McCoy2231,0687352722
17NY GIANTSRashad Jennings2221,0379322631
18NEW YORK JETSMatt Forte218.51,0036403022
19DENVERC.J. Anderson207.89867332821
20INDIANAPOLISFrank Gore2041,03710181631
21CINCINNATIJeremy Hill200.61,00911201370
22CINCINNATIGiovani Bernard199.57084524671
23OAKLANDLatavius Murray198.49827322021
24DETROITAmeer Abdullah1969425313481
25SAN DIEGOMelvin Gordon195.51,0086292371
26PHILADELPHIARyan Mathews193.78757332521
27SAN DIEGODanny Woodhead189.93532655364
28CLEVELANDIsaiah Crowell184.59627211931
29MIAMIArian Foster183.78078262301
30WASHINGTONMatt Jones175.98306272391
31TENNESSEEDerrick Henry175.48751012991
32TAMPA BAYCharles Sims173.45022435023
33CAROLINAJonathan Stewart170.39167181271
34SEATTLEThomas Rawls164.3922811711
35SEATTLEChristine Michael164.17487192231
36JACKSONVILLETJ Yeldon161.37363342971
37PITTSBURGHDeAngelo Williams160.87216242271
38JACKSONVILLEChris Ivory160.58678141180
39DENVERDevontae Booker159.87205292281
40DETROITTheo Riddick150.81730635852
41OAKLANDDeAndre Washington145.76113282662
42BALTIMOREJustin Forsett145.17595191421
43MINNESOTAJerick McKinnon139.24052403472
44NEW YORK JETSBilal Powell138.74692403381
45PHILADELPHIADarren Sproles129.63122394141
46NEW ENGLANDJames White129.33043323692
47KANSAS CITYSpencer Ware128.870779710
48ATLANTATevin Coleman128.76385141491
49WASHINGTONRob Kelley122.16165171350
50SEATTLEC.J. Prosise1223562273542
51MIAMIJay Ajayi121.96815121180
52BALTIMOREKenneth Dixon121.94754212341
53CHICAGOJordan Howard118.964269970
54CAROLINACameron Artis-Payne115.85843192040
55NEW ENGLANDLeGarrette Blount111.57556000
56BALTIMOREBuck Allen104.33692282141
57BALTIMORETerrance West104.34994151540
58NEW ENGLANDDion Lewis962692242112
59GREEN BAYJames Starks90.4452412920
60WASHINGTONChris Thompson87.72082282091
61NY GIANTSShane Vereen87.51741312711
62PHILADELPHIAWendell Smallwood87.44042151401
63NEW ORLEANSTim Hightower874223141280
64DETROITDwayne Washington81.54183101170
65KANSAS CITYCharcandrick West81.24023111200
66SAN FRANCISCOShaun Draughn80.63413161250
67NEW ORLEANSC.J. Spiller77.91920262671
68ARIZONAChris Johnson77.646638500
69BUFFALOMike Gillislee76.2383310990
70PHILADELPHIAKenjon Barner75.33542141390
71INDIANAPOLISJosh Ferguson73.62121221841
72DALLASDarren McFadden70.92681181411
73DALLASAlfred Morris6945434160
74LOS ANGELESBenny Cunningham67.81750272330
75NY GIANTSPaul Perkins64.3341210820
76HOUSTONTyler Ervin63.72751151520
77ARIZONAAndre Ellington60.42221141221
78MIAMIKenyan Drake58.41941131401
79BUFFALOJonathan Williams51.829325550
80SEATTLEAlex Collins50.633523210
81NY GIANTSAndre Williams50.62973290
82INDIANAPOLISRobert Turbin49.828319650
83DETROITZach Zenner48.924034290
84NEW ENGLANDD.J. Foster46.61120151441
85SAN FRANCISCOMike Davis46.418727870
86CAROLINAMike Tolbert451371141130
87NEW YORK JETSKhiry Robinson43.724724300
88DALLASDarius Jackson41.720724500
89CHICAGOKaDeem Carey41.422524290
90GREEN BAYJohn Crockett38.22622000
91NEW ORLEANSDaniel Lasco3817817720
92SAN FRANCISCOKelvin Taylor34.420215320
93ATLANTATerron Ward33.3152010810
94NEW ENGLANDDonald Brown292301000
95DENVERRonnie Hillman28.818706410
96JACKSONVILLEDenard Robinson27.718006370
97CAROLINABrandon Wegher25.814813200
98HOUSTONAlfred Blue24.715612110
99HOUSTONJonathan Grimes23.211713250
100TENNESSEEAntonio Andrews20.77714300
101OAKLANDMarcel Reece19.619010770
102CAROLINAFozzy Whitaker15.36905340
103LOS ANGELESAaron Green9.35302200
104CAROLINADevon Johnson8.2820000
105NY GIANTSBobby Rainey6.6660000
106DENVERJuwan Thompson6600000
107KANSAS CITYKnile Davis5.2520000

WIDE RECEIVERS
CaptureEveryone has Antonio Brown as their WR1 and many as the number one overall pick in drafts this year, and I can’t fault that one bit. But it sure would not surprise me if Julio Jones is the top wide receiver this this year. Jones finished just 21.1 fantasy points shy of Brown last year (1.32 fantasy points per game), and despite a measly eight touchdowns. Atlanta has said they will throw deep more often to Julio this year (jumbo touchdowns) and having him pop to 12 touchdowns is not that crazy (and then he is instantly is WR1, based on last year’s stats anyway). I highlighted the upside that is Keenan Allen 2016 here, and I am sticking with that slotting Allen as WR6 in projections. I have a bold call on Golden Tate as WR13, but Tate has performed well when Calvin Johnson has been out and Tate is a safe option for every-week high targets. Sammy Watkins will require serious pre-season monitoring — for now he is WR17 (he would be higher if he were 100% health). T.Y. Hilton comes in as WR20 and while this is a shocking stat it’s true — Hilton has only scored in three of his past 21 games (including the 2014 playoffs). That said, I am buying the 2016 camp hype on Hilton and it’s possible he slides up some from here over the rest of summer. In Seattle, I have Tyler Lockett and Doug Baldwin very close (with the slight edge on Lockett actually), but they both are high-end WR3 targets for 2016. Could DeVante Parker pop to have a 1,000-yard season? I have it that way — after returning to the field in Week 12 last season, Parker’s full-season pace over those six games is a would-be 59/1187/8 season. Sterling Shepard is drawing all the rage heading into NFL camps as potentially the “next star on Broadway“,  and I have him as the top rookie wide receiver for 2016 but still only coming in as WR40 as a high-end WR4 or very good flex at 62 receptions, 847 yards and 6 TDs.

Table 3: Initial DFW WR Projections

RANKTEAMPLAYERFANTASY POINTSRUSHING YARDSRUSHING TDSRECEPTIONSRECEIVING YARDSRECEIVING TDS
1PITTSBURGHAntonio Brown376.55911281,70611
2ATLANTAJulio Jones373.2001241,77212
3NY GIANTSOdell Beckham Jr362.46101081,64314
4HOUSTONDeAndre Hopkins338.1001151,51112
5JACKSONVILLEAllen Robinson310.2100901,41213
6CINCINNATIA.J. Green309.200961,41212
7TAMPA BAYMike Evans308.900871,37914
8OAKLANDAmari Cooper308100961,39012
9SAN DIEGOKeenan Allen301.2001111,30210
10DALLASDez Bryant29200891,31012
11NEW ORLEANSBrandin Cooks288.9550901,27411
12GREEN BAYJordy Nelson284.100821,30112
13INDIANAPOLIST.Y. Hilton279.700881,31710
14BUFFALOSammy Watkins276.6600801,18612
15NEW YORK JETSBrandon Marshall273.200901,17211
16DENVERDemaryius Thomas270.3310881,2529
17SEATTLETyler Lockett265.3670821,16610
18CHICAGOAlshon Jeffery264.400891,2748
19MIAMIJarvis Landry264.4001081,1447
20INDIANAPOLISDonte Moncrief262.6220881,06411
21DETROITGolden Tate255.700901,1778
22GREEN BAYRandall Cobb255.4640831,06010
23PHILADELPHIAJordan Matthews247.600881,0569
24KANSAS CITYJeremy Maclin246.300821,1039
25NEW YORK JETSEric Decker244.500791,05510
26ARIZONALarry Fitzgerald243.100861,0918
27SEATTLEDoug Baldwin242.700751,01711
28DETROITMarvin Jones234.800801,0688
29CAROLINAKelvin Benjamin23100691,02010
30WASHINGTONDeSean Jackson229.600701,1168
31NY GIANTSSterling Shepard218.5380739977
32NEW ENGLANDJulian Edelman215.9250879046
33ARIZONAMichael Floyd212.800629689
34CLEVELANDCorey Coleman207.61032618836
35JACKSONVILLEAllen Hurns206.100659318
36CAROLINADevin Funchess204.800669088
37DENVEREmmanuel Sanders202.200709027
38NEW ORLEANSWillie Snead201.200689726
39CHICAGOKevin White19500658807
40OAKLANDMichael Crabtree194.600728067
41ARIZONAJohn Brown193.400629546
42MIAMIDeVante Parker188.200578927
43MINNESOTAStefon Diggs180.900628296
44TENNESSEETajae Sharpe180.300657936
45SAN DIEGOTravis Benjamin179.100588516
46NEW ORLEANSMichael Thomas176.800547488
47LOS ANGELESTavon Austin175.72310606265
48ATLANTAMohamed Sanu174.200647426
49BALTIMOREMike Wallace173.300618235
50NEW ENGLANDChris Hogan172.800667086
51CINCINNATITyler Boyd171.4690567256
52HOUSTONWill Fuller170.9411467287
53TAMPA BAYVincent Jackson170.500558555
54PITTSBURGHMarkus Wheaton168.200597925
55BALTIMOREKamar Aiken166.700657774
56CLEVELANDJosh Gordon163.400507147
57INDIANAPOLISPhillip Dorsett161.2911497314
58DALLASTerrance Williams160.400517945
59MIAMIKenny Stills155.700527375
60MINNESOTALaquon Treadwell154.700477775
61WASHINGTONPierre Garcon151.700566575
62PHILADELPHIADorial Green-Beckham147.800436886
63SEATTLEJermaine Kearse147.300506735
64TENNESSEERishard Matthews147.100506715
65BALTIMORESteve Smith145.300517034
66DALLASCole Beasley141.400576044
67CAROLINATed Ginn137.7661405515
68SAN FRANCISCOTorrey Smith133.600446564
69WASHINGTONJosh Doctson131.200446324
70WASHINGTONJamison Crowder131.1441475573
71CLEVELANDTerrelle Pryor130661365145
72PITTSBURGHEli Rogers117.4320405623
73OAKLANDSeth Roberts112.200375124
74KANSAS CITYChris Conley109.200405123
75BUFFALORobert Woods107.900465591
76ARIZONAJ.J. Nelson102.100335113
77MINNESOTACharles Johnson101.200344923
78CLEVELANDRashard Higgins100.800404882
79NEW ENGLANDMalcolm Mitchell100.500354753
80HOUSTONBraxton Miller98.7831303643
81HOUSTONJaelen Strong95.200383923
82JACKSONVILLEMarqise Lee95581273823
83TENNESSEEKendall Wright9200394102
84KANSAS CITYAlbert Wilson91.8380324402
85PHILADELPHIANelson Agholor88.700354172
86GREEN BAYDavante Adams88.300323833
87LOS ANGELESKenny Britt86.200294522
88CINCINNATIBrandon LaFell85.300324132
89LOS ANGELESPharoh Cooper84.5550283902
90ATLANTAJustin Hardy84.200363622
91CHICAGOEddie Royal83.800333283
92SAN DIEGOTyrell Williams81.200263723
93CAROLINACorey Brown80.500323652
94NEW ENGLANDDanny Amendola80.200324221
95BALTIMOREBreshad Perriman80220243583
96NY GIANTSVictor Cruz78.600273363
97PITTSBURGHSammie Coates77.4320253722
98MINNESOTAJarius Wright74.900293991
99DENVERCody Latimer74.2310263312
100TENNESSEEAndre Johnson71.200242923
101CLEVELANDJordan Payton71.100263312
102MIAMILeonte Carroo70.400273142
103SAN FRANCISCOQuinton Patton68.600332961
104JACKSONVILLERashad Greene68.5380232972
105BALTIMOREChris Moore67.500223352
106NEW YORK JETSQuincy Enunwa64.200223022
107GREEN BAYJared Abbrederis61.800232682
108NY GIANTSDwayne Harris60.800222682
109MINNESOTACordarrelle Patterson58.61122131641
110GREEN BAYJeff Janis56.100192512
111TAMPA BAYAdam Humphries55.500252451
112SAN FRANCISCOJeremy Kerley54.200182422
113SAN DIEGODontrelle Inman53.700182372
114GREEN BAYTy Montgomery52.9471181821
115DENVERBennie Fowler52.500212551
116CLEVELANDRicardo Louis51.700222371
117LOS ANGELESMike Thomas49.200172022
118NEW YORK JETSDevin Smith45.900172291
119TENNESSEEHarry Douglas4500182101
120SEATTLEPaul Richardson42.300171931
121LOS ANGELESBrian Quick39.900151891
122PHILADELPHIAJosh Huff39.600192060
123OAKLANDAndre Holmes39.200151821
124KANSAS CITYRod Streater37.600151661
125NEW YORK JETSCharone Peake34.200121621
126CHICAGOMarquess Wilson3400151900
127BUFFALOKolby Listenbee3100101501
128WASHINGTONRyan Grant28.200101221
129PITTSBURGHDarrius Heyward-Bey25.10091011
130ATLANTADevin Fuller23.100121110
131INDIANAPOLISMekale McKay21.4006941
132SAN FRANCISCODeAndre Smelter21.20091220
133PHILADELPHIAHunter Sharp18.70081070
134NEW ORLEANSBrandon Coleman170010700
135ARIZONAJaron Brown16.7005571
136NEW YORK JETSJalin Marshall15.1007810
137SAN FRANCISCOAaron Burbridge12.2006620
138CINCINNATICody Core11.3006530
139DENVERJordan Norwood10.1005510
140MIAMIJakeem Grant9.7004570
141KANSAS CITYDemarcus Robinson9.5004550
142LOS ANGELESPaul McRoberts9.1004510
143NY GIANTSRoger Lewis8.4004440
144PHILADELPHIAByron Marshall8004400
145MINNESOTAMoritz Boehringer6.7003370
146NEW ENGLANDDevin Lucien000000
147GREEN BAYGeronimo Allison000000
148GREEN BAYTrevor Davis000000
149KANSAS CITYTyreek Hill000000

TIGHT ENDS
CaptureIf you buy into these projections, then Rob Gronkowski in the 1st round (where he will likely go) or even in the early 2nd round is a bad pick because Jordan Reed will score essentially the same fantasy points and can be had about two rounds cheaper. Many are down on Gary Barnidge but I don’t know why. A 71/875/7 stat-line seems conservative (he had 1,043 yards last year) and that would put him here at TE4. Barnidge had 70 receptions last year (seven more than Gronk) and they both collected 52 receptions for first down for their respective team. Given Cleveland’s complete turnover at receiver, how isn’t Barnidge highly-involved again in the game plan for the Browns? High-end options at tight end seems very deep this year, with Coby Fleener, Julius Thomas and Eric Ebron coming in as tight end 6-8, but each could easily be a top five tight end in my opinion. Tyler Eifert as TE10 seems low, but his May ankle surgery provides real risk that needs to be priced into projections. Slipping in as TE17 is Vance McDonald who could be a very sneaky later-round pick in drafts and he could finish higher than these 52/577/6 projections. If you like aged vets, I could be too low on Antonio Gates (TE18) and Jason Witten (TE19). These two superstars are nearing the end of the line, with Gates now 36 years old and Witten 34 years old. Both are iron-clad locks to walk into Canton at some point. Somewhat surprisingly, Witten ranks 10th all-time with 1,020 receptions (one of only 13 players in NFL history to top 1,000 receptions across all positions) while Gates ranks has 104 touchdown receptions, 7th all-time regardless of position. Enjoy these greats while you can.   

Table 4: Initial DFW TE Projections

RANKTEAMPLAYERFANTASY POINTSRECEPTIONSRECEIVING YARDSRECEIVING TDS
1NEW ENGLANDRob Gronkowski249.5741,03512
2WASHINGTONJordan Reed246.1861,00110
3CAROLINAGreg Olsen204.7729077
4NEW ORLEANSCoby Fleener203.5708558
5KANSAS CITYTravis Kelce200.2749026
6CLEVELANDGary Barnidge198.5708657
7TENNESSEEDelanie Walker183.1718215
8JACKSONVILLEJulius Thomas171.3636637
9PHILADELPHIAZach Ertz170.6687265
10INDIANAPOLISDwayne Allen169.7567177
11CINCINNATITyler Eifert165.7546378
12SEATTLEJimmy Graham163.2617225
13SAN DIEGOAntonio Gates150.4525647
14NEW ENGLANDMartellus Bennett149.7545976
15OAKLANDClive Walford146.5486256
16CHICAGOZach Miller144.8506485
17DETROITEric Ebron141.3545735
18DALLASJason Witten134.2575923
19SAN FRANCISCOVance McDonald128.8475185
20PITTSBURGHJesse James127.9455295
21NY GIANTSWill Tye127.2484925
22MINNESOTAKyle Rudolph120.6484864
23BUFFALOCharles Clay118.4454944
24GREEN BAYJared Cook116405204
25MIAMIJordan Cameron107.4404943
26DENVERVirgil Green105.5404154
27SAN DIEGOHunter Henry100.7354773
28TAMPA BAYAustin Seferian-Jenkins96.2324024
29GREEN BAYRichard Rodgers94.7343674
30NEW YORK JETSJace Amaro94.1364013
31LOS ANGELESTyler Higbee93.7303974
32HOUSTONCJ Fiedorowicz86.3333533
33ATLANTAJacob Tamme84.2353722
34TAMPA BAYCameron Brate83.5303553
35LOS ANGELESLance Kendricks77.6313462
36BALTIMORECrockett Gillmore76.4283043
37ATLANTAAustin Hooper66.1273311
38BALTIMOREMaxx Williams63.6242762
39PITTSBURGHLadarius Green61.2212822
40BALTIMOREDennis Pitta58.6212562
41NEW ORLEANSJosh Hill52.7181911
42SAN FRANCISCOGarrett Celek52.2202022
43DENVERJeff Heuerman50.1191912
44SEATTLELuke Willson49.3162132
45DETROITAndrew Quarless48192301
46ARIZONAJermaine Gresham47.9212091
47SAN FRANCISCOBlake Bell45.8161782
48NY GIANTSLarry Donnell45.7171672
49MINNESOTAMycole Pruitt45.6171851
50OAKLANDMychal Rivera44.4211741
51CINCINNATITyler Kroft36.8161481
52WASHINGTONNiles Paul36.1141611
53HOUSTONRyan Griffin30.3151530
54PHILADELPHIABrent Celek26.7101071
55DALLASGavin Escobar2691101
56MIAMIThomas Duarte24111300
57DENVERGarrett Graham22.3121030
58JACKSONVILLEMarcedes Lewis20.291120
59MIAMIDion Sims17.19810
60CAROLINAEd Dickson16.39730
61CLEVELANDSeth DeValve15.57850
62WASHINGTONVernon Davis11.76570
63CAROLINABeau Sandland10.55550
64DETROITTim Wright10.15510
65SEATTLENick Vannett9.65460
66NY GIANTSJerell Adams7.84380
67ATLANTALevine Toilolo74300
68GREEN BAYDavid Grinnage63300
69LOS ANGELESTemarrick Hemingway63300
70DALLASRico Gathers0000

There you have it and enjoy — projections 414 players deep and everything completely adding up. Any comments on projections — players too high, too low — let it rip! DFW will be updating these regularly through-out the summer and available on our projections pages found at the top of the website.