There will be a four-part “Fantasy Big Board” released in sections of 25. This time, players that rank from 100 through 76 will be displayed. These players typically land in between the seventh and ninth round of your fantasy drafts. Kickers and defenses did not make it inside the top 100 fantasy options. In the mix are quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends. Here is the list below:
100) CeeDee Lamb (WR) – Dallas Cowboys
Lamb joins a Dallas Cowboys team that is loaded with offensive weapons. Expect the rookie wide receiver to make an impact immediately. He will join Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup to create a lethal trio of wide-outs for Dak Prescott and the Cowboys.
99) Rob Gronkowski (TE) – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The former 24/7 Champion of the WWE is making an NFL comeback. He should have a tremendous impact as a reliable red zone target as he reunites with Tom Brady.
98) Tevin Coleman (RB) – San Francisco 49ers
After battling injuries last season, Coleman is set to battle Raheem Mostert for more offensive snaps. Either way, he will be used a lot in the passing game out of the backfield.
97) Alshon Jeffery (WR) – Philadelphia Eagles
A veteran wide-out who has a ton of experience, but suffers injuries just about every season. Jeffery looks to bounce back and prove he is a healthy receiving option for Carson Wentz.
96) Hunter Henry (TE) – Los Angeles Chargers
Henry gets better and better every season. Expect this to continue into this season. He has been named one of the underrated stars of “Hard Knocks.”
95) James White (RB) – New England Patriots
White has been used predominantly as a receiving back throughout his career, and he has excelled at it. He has surpassed 400 receiving yards five seasons in a row.
94) Justin Jefferson (WR) – Minnesota Vikings
The rookie receiver looks to make an immediate impact due to Minnesota letting Stefon Diggs leave in the offseason. He is a big-body receiver who led the nation with 111 receptions last year in college.
93) Jerry Jeudy (WR) – Denver Broncos
Jeudy is a speedy receiver who should complement Denver’s offense nicely. The rookie looks to be the best candidate for the starting wide receiver spot across Courtland Sutton this season.
92) Christian Kirk (WR) – Arizona Cardinals
Kirk has had a solid first two seasons in the league so far, but he is looking to take the next step this year. He is an underrated player in an offense that already features Kyler Murray, DeAndre Hopkins, Larry Fitzgerald and Kenyon Drake.
91) Deebo Samuel (WR) – San Francisco 49ers
Samuel will miss the start of the season while recovering from a foot fracture. The second-year-pro is a prime candidate to have a breakout season as Jimmy Garoppolo’s top wide receiver target.
90) Mike Williams (WR) – Los Angeles Chargers
Williams is looking to finally break out as a reliable wide receiver option behind Keenan Allen. Although Williams jumped from 664 yards to 1,001 yards last season, his touchdown total dropped from 10 to 2.
89) T.J. Hockenson (TE) – Detroit Lions
All eyes are on the second-year pro as he looks to prove that he is the future tight end for Detroit. Hockenson has the faith in the locker room, and he has also added muscular weight from the offseason.
88) Jordan Howard (RB) – Miami Dolphins
Without offseason camps, OTAs and preseason games, it is unsure who the Dolphins starting running back will be, come week one. Howard makes the top 100 list because he is simply a great running back inside the five-yard-line. He should lead the team in rushing touchdowns.
87) Aaron Rodgers (QB) – Green Bay Packers
Rodgers is still a superstar in this league. He should put up very safe, but not astronomical fantasy numbers. With Aaron Jones still on the team, expect Green Bay to rely more on the running game this season.
86) Henry Ruggs (WR) – Las Vegas Raiders
Ruggs became the first wide receiver drafted in the 2020 draft. With comparisons to Tyreek Hill, Las Vegas looks to make him the next big thing in the AFC West Division. He should step in as the Raiders’ top wide receiver option immediately.
85) Matthew Stafford (QB) – Detroit Lions
Despite missing most of the season last year, Stafford looked as good as ever. He broke the NFL record as the youngest quarterback to ever pass for more than 40,000 yards. Fun fact: he is also tied for 11th All-Time in fourth-quarter comebacks with 28.
84) Hayden Hurst (TE) – Atlanta Falcons
Hurst looks to revamp his young career as the potential top tight end for Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons. Outside of Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley, Hurst seems to be the next passing option in Atlanta’s offense. Look for Hurst to be a candidate for most improved offensive player this season.
83) Michael Gallup (WR) – Dallas Cowboys
After Dallas drafted CeeDee Lamb in the first round, many thought Gallup would lose fantasy value. The addition of the rookie receiver could open up more opportunities for Gallup. With so much focus on Cooper and Lamb, Gallup could quietly have another great fantasy season.
82) David Johnson (RB) – Houston Texans
Johnson looks to bounce back from an “iffy” last three seasons with the Arizona Cardinals. He was once the expected first overall pick in most fantasy drafts back in 2017.
81) Raheem Mostert (RB) – San Francisco 49ers
Mostert had recently come to an agreement on a contract negotiation that keeps the running back happy to play in San Francisco. He was arguably the biggest surprise late in this season last year, and he looks to pick up where he left off.
80) Will Fuller (WR) – Houston Texans
Fuller is now entering his fifth season in the NFL. The Houston wide-out has yet to play a full season, but he averages a ridiculous 14.3 yards per reception in his career. Look for Fuller to finally play a healthy season as potentially the top target for Deshaun Watson.
79) Marlon Mack (RB) – Indianapolis Colts
Mack has quietly been a star for Indianapolis the past couple of years, but that didn’t stop the Colts from drafting Jonathan Taylor in the first round of the 2020 draft. Mack should still see a substantial amount of carries with Taylor used more as the receiving third down back.
78) Leonard Fournette (RB) – Jacksonville Jaguars
Fournette quietly rushed for 1,152 yards last season, and he also caught 76 passes for 522 yards. He is still the lead back in Jacksonville’s offense who has shown that he can be dominant at times.
77) Julian Edelman (WR) – New England Patriots
It will be interesting to see how Edelman will play this season without Tom Brady throwing him the ball. The 34-year-old veteran will be one of Cam Newton’s top targets this season in New England.
76) Tom Brady (QB) – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Brady’s decision to leave New England for Tampa Bay is the most talked about relocation of an athlete since LeBron James left Cleveland (the first time) for Miami back in 2010. Brady is arguably the best quarterback of all-time, and he should flourish in an offense with Gronkowski, Mike Evans and Chris Godwin as his receiving weapons.