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2020 NFL Power Rankings: January Edition (Fantasy Football)

Jan 30, 2020

There are some major questions to be answered this offseason for the Dallas Cowboys.

As we enter the 2020 offseason, there are a ton of chips that still need to fall into place. Coaching staffs have all but been set, but we’ll have franchise tags, transition tags, free agency, the draft, potentially a few offseason injuries, and unfortunately, a knucklehead move or two that will all impact fantasy values as the season approaches. With all that being said, let’s take a look at how each NFL offense stacks up from a fantasy perspective as the 2019 season has come to a close and the countdown to September 20th begins.

Here are a few quick notes before we get started. These power rankings only factors in the skill position players and offensive coaches. Sorry, no IDP, Kickers, or DSTs here. Also, I’ve highlighted the potential free agents for each team based on their current contract situation. Some of these players are all but a lock to remain with their current team and I noted that below where I felt we could make that assumption. In situations with a bit more uncertainty as to if a player returns, i.e. Jameis Winston, that was taken into account. Clearly there are still veteran players to be cut, players to be signed, and a talented rookie class on its way in, so these ranking will continue to change throughout the offseason.

Lastly, you’ll notice the strength of schedule ranking for each team noted below. The ranking for each position is based on the team’s 2020 opponents and where they ranked in 2019 in fantasy points against for each position. Clearly a lot can change in an offseason, but for now, this is the indicator that we’ll have to determine how tough a team’s 2020 opponents might be. The higher the ranking, the better their total matchups are for that position.

So, with that, let’s get into version 1.0 of the 2020 Fantasy Power Rankings!

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#1 Kansas City Chiefs

  • Potential Free Agents: LeSean McCoy, Demarcus Robinson
  • Coaching Changes: None
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 25th, RB: 29th, WR: 18th, TE: 31st

With two players potentially ranked at #1 at their position and other elite option in Tyreek Hill who was still 10th in points per game among WRs in 2019, the Chiefs are an easy call to put at #1. As Damien Williams’s annual December and January explosion continues this year, the Kansas City RB position will be debated once again this offseason. Regardless of that uncertainty, they’re at the top of the charts.

#2 New Orleans Saints

As you may notice, all three of the Saints QBs are set to be free agents in 2020. From a long-term perspective, it’ll be interesting to see how this offseason plays out for Teddy Bridgewater and Taysom Hill, but as of now I think the chances of Drew Brees returning to the Saints next year are very likely. Assuming Brees is back, Michael Thomas will more than likely be the consensus #1 WR and Alvin Kamara should continue to produce at a high level. While Brees might be a risk based on age, his 20.79 points per game in his 11 starts was just behind both Russell Wilson (20.85) and Patrick Mahomes (20.86) last season.

#3 Baltimore Ravens

  • Potential Free Agents: Seth Roberts, Chris Moore
  • Coaching Changes: None
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 4th, RB: 8th, WR: 30th, TE: 7th

Like Kansas City, the Ravens will be returning all their key playmakers in 2020, and their coaching staff should remain intact as well. The monster breakout season from Lamar Jackson will be hard to replicate, but another year of experience for this young offense should produce a top 5 QB and TE. Along with this, if the Ravens stick with Mark Ingram, I expect him to be a solid every week starter again next year.

#4 Seattle Seahawks

  • Potential Free Agents: Marshawn Lynch, C.J. Prosise, Jaron Brown, David Moore (RFA), Malik Turner (ERFA).
  • Coaching Changes: None
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 22nd, RB: 32nd, WR: 13th, TE: 22nd
  • Unlike the three teams ahead of the Seahawks on this list, Seattle might not have multiple top 5 players, but this Seahawks offense should continue to produce in 2020. Russell Wilson was great once again in 2019, hitting 30+ passing TDs for the fourth time in five seasons. With what we saw from Chris Carson last year, and the Seahawks continuing to run the ball a ton, the opportunities on the ground should continue to be there. Factor in that the Seahawks might once again have two WRs with top 24 potential and this could be one of the better offenses in the league next season.

#5 Dallas Cowboys

There are some major questions to be answered this offseason surrounding two of the Cowboys’ biggest weapons, Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper. Prescott, who is coming off a breakout season that saw him finish as the #2 QB in fantasy won’t be going anywhere. Even if Prescott and the Cowboys can’t come to an agreement on a long-term deal, the franchise tag will be in play. The bigger question might be with Amari Cooper, who could be franchised or transition tagged but might be less of a lock to return to Dallas. If I knew for sure both were back, the Cowboys would probably rank a spot or two higher on this list, but for now, there’s still plenty of firepower in this offense.

#6 Los Angeles Rams

  • Potential Free Agents: None
  • Coaching Changes: None
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 17th, RB: 31st, WR: 12th, TE: 6th

After being one of the most prolific offenses in 2018, the Rams took a decent step back in 2019. There are some questions around this offense including Todd Gurley’s usage, Jared Goff’s reduction in TDs to 22, and if the TE will continue to play the same roll in this offense as it did down the stretch. But regardless, there is plenty of solid fantasy value here. I do expect the passing TDs to come back around for Goff in 2020 as he was tied for 1st in the NFL in pass attempts but put up 10 fewer TDs than 2018. Even if the numbers don’t come all the way back, fantasy owners will still be looking at three to four every week starters from this offense.

#7 Houston Texans

If a human with an average, healthy hamstring could donate them to Will Fuller, this team would rank even higher. But as it stands now, the Texans have two elite options with Deshaun Watson and DeAndre Hopkins. The players behind them are uninspiring. Will Fuller is a difference-maker when he’s on the field, but the injury history doesn’t lie. There is potential for some new faces at RB and TE for this squad, but for now, they a bit top-heavy.

#8 Atlanta Falcons

  • Potential Free Agents: Brian Hill (RFA), Austin Hooper
  • Coaching Changes: None
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 26th, RB: 12th, WR: 6th, TE: 9th

Midway through 2019, things were not looking good for the Falcons, and the possibility of a new coaching staff, including another new offensive coordinator for Matt Ryan, would be a possibility. Luckily for fantasy owners, the Falcons turned it around and Dirk Koetter and the gang will be back in 2020. This is great news for Matt Ryan, who has shown to be a valuable asset when he has continuity from year-to-year. The RB position is an uncertainty, but the biggest factor for this offense will be the status of Austin Hooper. If the Falcons retain Hooper, this team will jump up the power rankings for me. The receiving options of Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley, and Austin Hooper could be huge again for fantasy owners next season.

#9 Green Bay Packers

In year one under head coach Matt LaFleur, the Packers offense looked a bit different with RB Aaron Jones putting up 19 total TDs and finishing as the #2 RB in fantasy. This was the first time since 2014 that the Packers produced a top 12 RB and the passing numbers for Aaron Rodgers did not live up to the preseason expectations. Davante Adams was still a stud on a per-game basis, finishing with 14.3 points per game, good enough for 6th best at the position. However, Rodgers finished with just 26 passing TDs, which was the third-straight season he has finished with less than 30. Rodgers’ draft-day value might start to better align with his recent production if he starts falling to the later rounds, but regardless you’re looking at a team with three top 12 players at key positions.

#10 Philadelphia Eagles

Here at #10 we start getting into the teams with less blue-chip options. Zach Ertz will more than likely be a top-five option at TE come draft day, and the second-half performance from Miles Sanders showed us what he is capable of when given the opportunity. The reason I have the Eagles ranked here at #10 is due to the question marks around the WR position but also the concern that Philadelphia moves back toward a running back by committee approach. With Jordan Howard heading toward free agency, will the Eagles make a move to add another RB to handle 150 touches alongside Sanders? Or do they add a more complementary type piece and give Sanders true RB1 touches? There’s a lot to be determined, but plenty of upside in this Eagles offense.

#11 Minnesota Vikings

  • Potential Free Agents: None
  • Coaching Changes: Gary Kubiak promoted to Offensive Coordinator
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 12th, RB: 2nd, WR: 9th, TE: 5th

The 2019 Minnesota Vikings were about what we expected for fantasy last season. Yes, there were some questions coming into the season around Dalvin Cook, but the reduction in pass attempts was expected. Kirk Cousins ended 2019 with 160 fewer pass attempts compared to his first season with the Vikings and with Gary Kubiak being promoted to take over as the OC, I expect more of the same from the Vikings in 2020. Cook should be an elite RB, but the rest of the Vikings, while startable, will more than likely not be consistent as fantasy owners would like.

#12 Carolina Panthers

  • Potential Free Agents: None
  • Coaching Changes: Matt Rhule – Head Coach, Joe Brady – Offensive Coordinator
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 1st, RB: 25th, WR: 4th, TE: 4th

This might seem a bit high for a team coming off a 5-11 season with questions at the QB position, but there’s some intriguing upside with the Panthers for 2020. Cam Newton is entering the final year of his contract and could be cut or traded this offseason. Clearly the QB position will play a big part in how we value the pass catchers in 2020, but with Christian McCaffery coming off another fantastic season and D.J. Moore continuing to grow as a receiver, this offense has the opportunity for big production. The addition of Joe Brady as the offensive coordinator could also bring a new look to this Panthers attack and the surprise retirement of start LB Luke Kuechly could cause the defense to take a step back next season.

#13 Buffalo Bills

  • Potential Free Agents: Frank Gore
  • Coaching Changes: None
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 27th, RB: 30th, WR: 26th, TE: 14th

Despite offensive coordinator Brian Daboll being touted as a potential candidate for the Browns head coaching job, the Bills will enter 2020 with their coaching staff intact. Another year of continuity should only benefit this team and their young QB Josh Allen who will be coming off a great season after finishing as the #6 QB. With John Brown returning and Devin Singletary primed to be the primary RB from the get-go, I like the Bills to provide 3 solid starters on a weekly basis despite the potential difficult schedule.

#14 New York Giants

  • Potential Free Agents: Cody Latimer
  • Coaching Changes: Joe Judge – Head Coach, Jason Garrett – Offensive Coordinator
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 21st, RB: 28th, WR: 17th, TE: 2nd

The Giants’ offseason coaching hires leave many questioning what this offense might look like in 2020, and while the Giants only have one blue-chip player in Saquon Barkley, the supporting cast is intriguing. Daniel Jones showed some flashes in 2019 and was one of the biggest boom/bust players at the position. Hopefully, for Jones (and fantasy owners), we’ll finally get a chance to see this offense fully healthy in 2020 after Golden Tate, Sterling Shepard, Darius Slayton, and Evan Engram were on the field together just once in 2019. Of course, Saquon Barkley missed that game.

#15 Tennessee Titans

Like Dallas and New Orleans, the Titans will more than likely retain their free-agent QB Ryan Tannehill this offseason. Derrick Henry, who is coming off a season in which he carried the ball 386 times including the postseason, is expected to be an offseason priority for the Titans as well. Fantasy owners saw the upside of this offense once Tannehill took over, but I’m still not 100% sold that will continue in 2020. The hopes will be high, but I’m pumping the breaks just a bit on the expectations, as Tannehill could have a hard time replicating the success and efficiency we saw last year.

#16 Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Potential Free Agents: Vance McDonald (Club Option)
  • Coaching Changes: None
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 6th, RB: 9th, WR: 24th, TE: 16th

The Pittsburgh Steelers will look to bounce back in a big way in 2020 with Ben Roethlisberger returning from injury. Due to Roethlisberger’s injury, fantasy owners were not given a true sample of what to expect from the post-Antonio Brown version of JuJu Smith-Schuster, but for now, I’m going to give him a pass on last season. James Conner is still under contract and should project as the starter, but injuries have been a concern for him so far over his career.

#17 Arizona Cardinals

  • Potential Free Agents: Kenyan Drake, Charles Clay
  • Coaching Changes: None
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 31st, RB: 23rd, WR: 15th, TE: 25th

Kyler Murray had a great rookie season and should improve in year two as both he and head coach Kliff Kingsbury continue to grow. Despite Murray finishing as a top 10 QB, those numbers did not trickle down to the WRs as this offense was unable to provide fantasy owners with a startable option. The big question for Arizona this offseason will be around the RB. What do they do with the high-priced David Johnson? Do they retain Kenyan Drake, who was a difference-maker down the stretch? Lots to be decided here.

#18 San Francisco 49ers

For a team that is in the Super Bowl and finished top 5 in both points scored and total yards, it feels weird to put the 49ers so low. However, other than George Kittle, I’m just not sure who to trust from this offense for fantasy purposes. Both Deebo Samuel and Raheem Mostert had strong finishes to their seasons, but with San Francisco finishing 29th in pass attempts, and showing a willingness to “ride the hot hand” at RB, there just aren’t a ton of options I trust.

#19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

What could be the single biggest question to answer this offseason will be what Tampa Bay decides to do with Jameis Winston. Unlike other teams with free agent QBs, I believe it’s less of a sure thing that the Buccaneers retain Winston for 2020. Another concern is that even if Winston does return, that the Buccaneers draft a QB or bring in a professional backup, which could lead to Winston seeing “the hook” more in 2020 if the INTs don’t begin to decline. In a perfect world, fantasy owners would get to enjoy another season of high-end production from Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, but I’m waiting to see how the chips fall before I’m buying in.

#20 Detroit Lions

  • Potential Free Agents: Danny Amendola
  • Coaching Changes: None
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 14th, RB: 6th, WR: 5th, TE: 8th

Fantasy owners were robbed in 2019 of what should have been a fantastic season from Matthew Stafford, who was averaging 21.4 fantasy points per game, good enough for 4th best in the NFL before missing game action for the first time since 2010. A healthy Stafford combined with Kenny Golladay who led the league in receiving TDs in 2019 should give the Lions at least two solid fantasy options next season. Kerryon Johnson continues to be a tough player to predict and will look to stay healthy for the first time in his NFL career.

#21 Cleveland Browns

Can we really trust the Browns? Are we going to fall for it again? On paper, this team is dreamy, but I’m going to pump the brakes on the idea of just giving this team a “pass” for 2019 and putting it all on Freddie Kitchens. New head coach Kevin Stefanski will come over after 14 seasons with the Vikings including being handed the reigns toward the end of the 2018 season because Mike Zimmer felt they were throwing too much. Is that the philosophy Stefanski will bring to the Browns? Will there be enough production outside of Nick Chubb to produce multiple fantasy studs? For now, I’m letting some else take that chance.

#22 Las Vegas Raiders

  • Potential Free Agents: DeAndre Washington
  • Coaching Changes: None
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 28th, RB: 20th, WR: 28th, TE: 28th

Not factored in above is the potential uncertainty around the Raiders’ Quarterback situation as they move to Las Vegas. While Derek Carr is still under contract, there are rumors that the Raiders could move on as soon as 2020 and go in a different direction. Josh Jacobs will be coming off a great rookie season, and 2019 breakout Darren Waller will look to continue his fantasy production, but for fantasy the waters are a bit murky for this offense. I expect the Raiders to spend some major resources this offseason to add to this receiving group.

#23 Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Potential Free Agents: Keelan Cole (RFA)
  • Coaching Changes: Jay Gruden – Offensive Coordinator
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 8th, RB: 5th, WR: 14th, TE: 18th

A breakout season from D.J. Chark and a healthy 2019 from Leonard Fournette are both things to get excited about when looking at this Jaguars offense going forward. The addition of Jay Gruden should also be an upgrade in 2020, but there are still some questions to be answered at the QB position. Even if Gardner Minshew takes the job next season, we’ll need to see more consistency from the young QB before we start counting on this offense to produce additional fantasy options.

#24 Indianapolis Colts

With the surprise retirement of Andrew Luck, the Colts performed about as well as could be expected in 2019, but fantasy owners will have a lot to consider when looking at this Andrew Luck-less offense for an entire offseason. Marlon Mack should continue to be productive based on what is shaping up to be a solid schedule in 2020, but the questions about how much T.Y. Hilton has left in the tank, who Jacoby Brissett really is, and how the Colts will handle Eric Ebron this offseason are all big questions for fantasy.

#25 Los Angeles Chargers

After years of solid production from Melvin Gordon and Philip Rivers, there could be a lot of new faces on this Chargers offense in 2020. Its sounding like Philip Rivers has moved on, and with big-time free agents Melvin Gordon and Hunter Henry ready to hit the market, we could be looking at a barren offense next season. This will be one of the key teams to watch this offseason.

#26 Denver Broncos

  • Potential Free Agents: Devontae Booker, Tim Patrick (RFA)
  • Coaching Changes: Pat Shurmur – Offensive Coordinator
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 23rd, RB: 16th, WR: 27th, TE: 20th

The additional of Pat Shurmur along with some of the positives we saw from young Drew Lock at the end of last season bring some hope to this offense. They have plenty of young weapons with Phillip Lindsay, Courtland Sutton, and Noah Fant all showing flashes at some point in their young careers, but there’s still much to prove with this team. While I like the upside, it’s hard to trust anyone on this offense as of now to be more than a mid-range fantasy option.

#27 Cincinnati Bengals

  • Potential Free Agents: A.J. Green, Tyler Eifert
  • Coaching Changes: None
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 16th, RB: 11th, WR: 23rd, TE: 15th

This ranking really came down to how much can I hold against Joe Mixon’s value. Mixon had a rough start to 2019 but showed up big in the second half. Quarterback Andy Dalton is technically under contract for 2020 but is expected to play elsewhere based on the Bengal’s ability to cut him loose with no dead cap money. So far, the Bengals have stated they’d like to bring A.J. Green back next year, but I expect that might be more of a PR move out of respect for a former franchise great. For now, the options are Mixon and Boyd with little else behind them.

#28 Chicago Bears

  • Potential Free Agents: None
  • Coaching Changes: Bill Lazor – Offensive Coordinator
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 3rd, RB: 3rd, WR: 1st, TE: 19th

2020 is shaping up to be “Trubisky’s Last Stand” in Chicago as he enters the last year of his rookie contract. head coach Matt Nagy could also be on the hot seat just one year removed from being the NFL Coach of the Year after a disappointing 2019. I do think there is some upside with Anthony Miller continuing to improve, a potential bounce back for Tarik Cohen, and consistent touches for David Montgomery. But for now, Allen Robinson is the only true fantasy asset fantasy owner can count on for big-time production.

#29 New England Patriots

  • Potential Free Agents: Tom Brady, Phillip Dorsett
  • Coaching Changes: None
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 18th, RB: 13th, WR: 20th, TE: 27th

For now, I do expect Tom Brady to return to New England for the 2020 season. But is that a good thing for fantasy? It may give us one more year of Julian Edelman, but otherwise, this offense could fail to produce much else next season. It’s never a good bet to bet against Bill Belichick, but for fantasy purposes, it’s tough to find options you can count on.

#30 New York Jets

Coming off a season where this offense produced just one fantasy starter, Le’Veon Bell as the #17 RB, there’s not a ton to get excited about when looking at this offense in 2020. There are some questions as to whether Bell will even remain with the team for a second season, and with Robby Anderson looking like he’s on the way out, it’s hard to find much fantasy value in this offense. A fully healthy season for Sam Darnold should help, but I still expect this offense to be limited.

#31 Washington Redskins

  • Potential Free Agents: Chris Thompson, Adrian Peterson – (Club Option), Vernon Davis
  • Coaching Changes: Ron Rivera – Head Coach, Scott Turner – Offensive Coordinator
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 10th, RB: 22nd, WR: 7th, TE: 11th

With a revamped coaching staff and some young talent in the building for Washington, there is some upside with players like Terry McLaurin and potentially Derrius Guice. The biggest question for this offense from a fantasy perspective is the progression of second-year quarterback Dwayne Haskins. For now, McLaurin should be considered a low-end WR2, but we’ll need to see more from this team before we start buying into anyone else.

#32 Miami Dolphins

  • Potential Free Agents: None
  • Coaching Changes: Chan Gailey – Offensive Coordinator
  • 2020 Strength of Schedule: QB: 32nd, RB: 27th, WR: 32nd, TE: 32nd

Wrapping up the power rankings will be the Miami Dolphins. If I knew that the Dolphins would be content with another year of Ryan Fitzpatrick as the starter, I’d be moving them up a peg or two. But there is a big question around the QB position, and without that answered, there is next to no one I trust on this offense. I know, DeVante Parker was a breakout star in 2019, but if Fitzpatrick isn’t the starter, I’m not convinced that Parker will get the same opportunities as last season.

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