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Overall standard rankings for 2023 fantasy football

With the season just a couple weeks away, we have your latest fantasy football rankings update.

Nick Chubb #24 of the Cleveland Browns looks on prior to a preseason game against the Washington Commanders at Cleveland Browns Stadium on August 11, 2023 in Cleveland, Ohio. Photo by Nick Cammett/Diamond Images via Getty Images

The 2023 NFL season is around the corner. This is the time to be logging in to your respective fantasy football sites, re-activating your leagues and getting everything set up for the new year. There is just one preseason game left, and you have plenty of time to set your draft date. As you prepare, here are our overall rankings for 2023 standard fantasy football leagues.

2023 Fantasy football rankings: Top 380 standard players

The rankings continue to be tweaked as more information comes out and preseason games are played. Unless there’s an injury, we can feel pretty good about the Top 30-40 players in the league, but things get much tougher as we try to decipher usage as we get further down the rankings.

Will Javonte Williams be an outlier and perform as a top running back coming off a major knee injury? Will Aaron Rodgers elevate the Jets offense enough to sustain multiple fantasy players? Will the Chiefs have a non-Travis Kelce receiver peak through the clouds and be a must fantasy play week in and week out? These rankings answer those questions as best they can.