2022 Fantasy Football Rest of Season Rankings

by Richard Savill
2022 Fantasy Football Rest of Season Rankings

Well, here it is. The last Rest of Season rankings of the year.

Hope you found these rankings helpful throughout 2022 to assist in the decisions you had to make.

I wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

One more thing, I hope Santa brings you a championship final this week!

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Want more blurbs from Richard? You got it!!2022 Fantasy Football Rest of Season Rankings

The Blurbview is off this week for Christmas. The final Blurbview will be on Week 17.

I hope you find these rankings useful through the 2022 season. Updated every Thursday with new commentary.

Remember, the RoS table reflects the rankings if you were drafting today.

The ranking momentum brackets in the blurbs here are all subject to on-the-fly changes throughout the week.

2022 Fantasy Football Rest of Season Rankings

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Changes near the top this week in brief...2022 Fantasy Football Rest of Season Rankings

QBs: Josh Allen (QB1↔) resumes his place in the the top spot, but only because Jalen Hurts (QB10↔) defaults lower because of injury. If Hurts can play this week, you can consider him the de facto number one quarterback in fantasy. Trevor Lawrence (QB3↔) reaches into the top five for the first time. He has three 300+ games in his last four resulting in three top five finishes.

RBs: Christian McCaffrey (RB1↔) remains at the top.

WRs: Justin Jefferson (WR1↔) and Tyreek Hill (WR2↔) once again continue to flip for the top spot.

TEs: No notable changes this week

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Riser and Faller of the Week

Riser: Jerick McKinnon (RB16↑), Kansas City Chiefs

Once again, the Chiefs surprise us for which running back ends up with the gold. For a while, we were almost certain Isiah Pacheco (RB23↔) would slide into the high honor of most productive back on Kansas City. But no! Just like Darrell Williams surprised us in the closing weeks of 2021, it turns out McKinnon gets the spot this time. McKinnon has two consecutive RB1 finishes in half-ppr and continues to have full RB1 upside despite the presence of Pacheco.

Faller: Allen Lazard (WR41↓), Green Bay Packers

It is painfully clear that Lazard has fallen to third in the Green Bay pecking order. He's unstartable in your fantasy playoffs and is safely droppable. With the rookies taking shape in the offense, it looks even bleaker for Allen Lazard to gain any traction even into 2023. Lazard enters free agency following the season and he will be playing elsewhere—as will Sammy Watkins (NR). Good fantasy landing spots for Lazard's talent level are hard to foresee at this point.

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