2019 Fantasy Football Headquarters

Fantasy Football Headquarters
LOS ANGELES, CA - JANUARY 12: Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott #21 signals that he has made a first down against the Los Angeles Rams at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on January 12, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by John McCoy/Getty Images)

The off-season is officially over, which means it’s time to start planning for the upcoming fantasy football season. The team-building process is essentially over, and now all that remains is for rosters to sort out their depth charts. The grand majority of free agents already have homes, which means that only minor roster shuffling should occur over the next few months. It’s time to start preparing for the fantasy season, and Last Word on Pro Football’s fantasy football headquarters has everything you could possibly need.

Winning your fantasy football league starts with a great draft, and it’s never too early to start preparing. We already know who the likely top performers will be, but it’s not always easy to pick the best of the bunch. Hitting on a first-round pick can be the difference between winning and losing your league, as the right player can single-handedly win you matchups. Likewise, having a strong all-around roster allows you to avoid being dependent upon one great performer, and the best fantasy owners are the ones who can find those late-round steals.

Last Word on Pro Football is doing a comprehensive player-by-player analysis of the upcoming fantasy football season. From top-tier players like Saquon Barkley to the key depth pieces which win your league, we’ll have a breakdown of what to expect. Whether you’re debating who to take first overall or how to solidify the back end of your roster, this page has everything you need for the upcoming fantasy football season.

All our profiles will be linked to this page and it will be updated throughout the 2019 off-season. The profiles are grouped by position and sorted alphabetically by last name.

2019 Fantasy Football Headquarters

Running Backs

Kalen Ballage
Saquon Barkley
Le’Veon Bell
Chris Carson
Nick Chubb
Dalvin Cook
Kenyan Drake
Ezekiel Elliott
Leonard Fournette
Devonta Freeman
Derrius Guice
Todd Gurley
Darrell Henderson
Derrick Henry
Mark Ingram
Josh Jacobs
David Johnson
Duke Johnson
Kerryon Johnson
Aaron Jones
Alvin Kamara
Phillip Lindsay
Marlon Mack
Christian McCaffrey
Jerick McKinnon
Sony Michel
Lamar Miller
Joe Mixon
David Montgomery
Latavius Murray
Rashaad Penny
Miles Sanders
Damien Williams

Wide Receivers

Davante Adams
Keenan Allen
Odell Beckham
Tyler Boyd
Antonio Brown
Parris Campbell
Amari Cooper
Stefon Diggs
Julian Edelman
Mike Evans
Kenny Golladay
A.J. Green
N’Keal Harry
Tyreek Hill
T.Y. Hilton
DeAndre Hopkins
Jarvis Landry
D.J. Moore
DeVante Parker
Curtis Samuel
Juju Smith-Schuster
Adam Thielen
Michael Thomas
Marquez Valdes-Scantling
Sammy Watkins
Robert Woods

Quarterbacks

Josh Allen
Lamar Jackson
Andrew Luck
Patrick Mahomes
Baker Mayfield
Aaron Rodgers
Deshaun Watson

Tight End

Mark Andrews
Jared Cook
Zach Ertz
Hunter Henry
T.J. Hockenson
O.J. Howard
Travis Kelce
George Kittle
David Njoku

Miscellaneous Articles

Best Fantasy Football Values By ADP
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The Zero Running Back Strategy
Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings
Fantasy Football Quarterback Value Rankings
Fantasy Football Rookie Rankings
Fantasy Football Bounce Back Candidates
Fantasy Football Tight End Bounce Back Candidates
Five Fantasy Football Philosophies to Dominate Your League
Picking Out the Best Fantasy Football Defense

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