Cook takes slight hit in Full-PPR Rankings

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Football is back. Yes, it's only preseason and just one game, but the '22-23 NFL season is finally upon us. Training camps are in full-gear and the fantasy landscape is taking shape. The fantasy football world is already in full-on draft mode with projections, rankings, mocks and hot takes populating sites and social feeds once again. Speculation runs wild this time of the year for football fans with a myriad of reports coming out of camps stirring drama and overreaction in the fantasy football space. It's crucial to tune out the noise and focus in on the objective when forming your fantasy draft strategy. Luckily, our experts have been hard at work for months getting down to brass tacks synthesizing rankings and projections best-adapted to realistic, high-probability player outcomes for the 2022 NFL season. When prepping for drafts, there's no better place to start than with player rankings.

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Today, we catch a glimpse at our experts' overall PPR rankings for 2022 fantasy football drafts. You can scroll and filter to your heart's desire, customizing the overall ranks for your competition platform (i.e. Yahoo, ESPN, etc), position, even specific yardage projections to give yourself a cohesive idea of where to target certain players in your drafts. Jonathan Taylor is commonly-agreed upon as the consensus No. 1 pick, but where do you go from there, and just how much does a full point per reception change the hierarchy in fantasy? Let's have a look at the top of the board:

2022 Overall PPR Rankings

1. Jonathan Taylor (RB - IND)

2. Christian McCaffrey (RB - CAR)

3. Cooper Kupp (WR - LAR)

4. Justin Jefferson (WR - MIN)

5. Ja'Marr Chase (WR - CIN)

6. Austin Ekeler (RB - LAC)

7. Derrick Henry (RB - TEN)

8. Davante Adams (WR - LV)

9. Stefon Diggs (WR - BUF)

10. Dalvin Cook (RB - MIN)

11. Najee Harris (RB - PIT)

12. Deebo Samuel (WR - SF)

13. CeeDee Lamb (WR - DAL)

14. D'Andre Swift (RB - DET)

15. Tyreek Hill (WR - MIA)

To see the rest of our overall PPR rankings, check out the revamped 2022 Football Draft Guide!

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