Postseason Football ADP review

     Fantasy Postseason Staff

Here's a review of the top 20 ranked players by average draft position (ADP).  No surprises near the top, but you'll see Philadelphia (#1 NFC seed) and Minnesota (#2 NFC seed) are getting no respect. Losing Wentz is certainly a real issue for the Eagles - but according to FiveThirtyEight, the Vikings are favored to come out of the NFC and have a 19% chance of winning the Superbowl.   The Saints players are probably getting more love than they deserved too; per FiveThirtyEight's projections, they only have a 11% chance to make the Superbowl.


1. Tom Brady QB NE (ADP: 1.60)

2. Todd Gurley RB LAR (ADP: 2.51)

3. Le'Veon Bell RB PIT (ADP:3.84)

4. Ben Roethlisberger QB PIT (ADP: 5.48)

5. Alvin Kamara RB NO (ADP: 7.10)

6. Drew Brees QB NO (ADP: 9.47)

7. Kareem Hunt RB KC (ADP: 10.25)

8. Rob Gronkowski TE NO (ADP: 10.43)

9. Jared Goff QB LAR (ADP: 11.75)

10. Mark Ingram RB NO (ADP: 13.60)

11. Alex Smith QB KC (ADP: 14.17)

12. Leonard Fournette RB JAC(ADP: 14.24)

13. Dion Lewis RB NE (ADP: 16.01)

14. Case Keenum QB MIN (ADP: 16.24)

15. Brandin Cooks WR NE (ADP: 17.72)

16. Michael Thomas WR NO (ADP: 18.08)

17. Jay Ajayi RB PHI (ADP: 18.61)

18. Antonio Brown WR PIT (ADP: 19.89)

19. Juju Smith-Schuster WR PIT (ADP: 19.96)

20. Adam Thielen WR MIN (ADP: 20.53)


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