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NFL fantasy rankings for Week 8

NFL fantasy rankings for Week 8
Patrick Mahomes ranks No. 1 among QBs. Photo via Kansas City Chiefs/Facebook

QB 

  1. Patrick Mahomes vs. DEN
  2. Aaron Rodgers @ LAR
  3. Kirk Cousins vs. NO
  4. Drew Brees @ MIN
  5. Jared Goff vs. GB
  6. Tom Brady @ BUF
  7. Ben Roethlisberger vs. CLE
  8. Andrew Luck @ OAK
  9. James Winston @ CIN
  10. Mitch Trubisky vs. NYJ
  11. Andy Dalton vs. TB
  12. Cam Newton vs. BAL
  13. Matt Stafford vs. SEA
  14. Russell Wilson @ DET
  15. Deshaun Watson vs. MIA

RB (Standard)

  1. Todd Gurley vs. GB
  2. Kareem Hunt vs. DEN
  3. Saquon Barkley vs. WAS 
  4. Alvin Kamara @ MIN
  5. Joe Mixon vs. TB
  6. James Conner vs. CLE
  7. James White vs. BUF
  8. Phillip Lindsay @ KC
  9. Kerryon Johnson vs. SEA
  10. David Johnson vs. SF
  11. Christian McCaffery vs. BAL
  12. Marlon Mack @ OAK
  13. Adrian Peterson @ NYG
  14. Nick Chubb @ PIT
  15. Tarik Cohen vs. NYJ
  16. Mark Ingram @ MIN
  17. Chris Carson @ DET
  18. Jordan Howard vs. NYJ
  19. Latavius Murray vs. NO
  20. Lamar Miller vs. MIA
  21. Raheem Mostart @ ARI
  22. Alex Collins @ CAR
  23. Isaiah Crowell @ CHI
  24. Kenyan Drake @ HOU
  25. Jalen Richard vs. IND
  26. Chris Ivory vs. NE
  27. TJ Yeldon vs. PHI
  28. Chris Thompson @ NYG
  29. Doug Martin vs. IND
  30. Royce Freeman @ KC

WR (Standard)

  1. Antonio Brown vs. CLE
  2. Adam Thielen vs. NO
  3. AJ Green vs. MIN
  4. Tyreek Hill vs. DEN
  5. DeAndre Hopkins vs. MIA
  6. Michael Thomas @ MIN
  7. Robert Woods vs. GB
  8. Davante Adams @ LAR
  9. Mike Evans @ CIN
  10. Juju Smith-Schuster vs. CLE
  11. Odell Beckham vs. WAS
  12. Jarvis Landry @ PIT
  13. TY Hilton @ OAK
  14. Brandin Cooks vs. GB
  15. Emmanuel Sanders @ KC
  16. Stefan Diggs vs. NO
  17. John Brown @ CAR
  18. Golden Tate vs. SEA
  19. Kenny Golladay vs. SEA
  20. Tyler Boyd vs. TB
  21. Julian Edelman @ BUF
  22. Doug Baldwin @ DET
  23. Sterling Shepard vs. WAS
  24. Demaryius Thomas @ KC
  25. Josh Gordon @ BUF
  26. Will Fuller vs. MIA
  27. Tyler Lockett @ DET
  28. Alshon Jeffery @ JAX
  29. Marvin Jones vs. SEA
  30. Devin Funchess vs. BAL
  31. Michael Crabtree @ CAR
  32. Chris Godwin @ CIN
  33. Marquise Goodwin @ ARI
  34. Taylor Gabriel vs. NYJ
  35. Allen Robinson vs. NYJ
  36. Larry Fitzgerald vs. SF
  37. Robby Anderson @ CHI
  38. Christian Kirk vs. SF
  39. Keenan Cole vs. PHI
  40. Tre’Quan Smith @ MIN

TE (Standard)

  1. Travis Kelce vs. DEN
  2. Rob Gronkowski @ BUF
  3. Zach Ertz @ JAX
  4. David Njoku @ PHI
  5. Eric Ebron @ OAK
  6. George Kittle @ ARI
  7. Trey Burton vs. NYJ
  8. Jimmy Graham @ LAR
  9. Jordan Reed @ NYG
  10. OJ Howard @ CIN
  11. Jared Cook vs. IND
  12. CJ Uzomah vs. TB
  13. Greg Olsen vs. BAL
  14. Benjamin Watson @ MIN
  15. Vance McDonald vs. CLE

D/ST

  1. Patriots @ BUF
  2. Eagles @ JAX
  3. Texans vs. MIA
  4. Bears vs. NYJ
  5. Ravens @ CAR
  6. Colts @ OAK
  7. Steelers vs. CLE
  8. 49ers @ ARI
  9. Redskins @ NYG
  10. Jaguars vs. PHI
  11. Chiefs vs. DEN
  12. Panthers vs. BAL
  13. Rams vs. GB
  14. Cardinals vs. SF
  15. Dolphins @ HOU

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Baltimore's Corbin Burnes will start for the American League in Tuesday night's All-Star Game against Pittsburgh rookie Paul Skenes.

A 29-year-old right-hander, Burnes is 9-4 with a 2.93 ERA in his first season with the Orioles, who acquired him from Milwaukee just before spring training. The 2021 NL Cy Young Award winner, Burnes is an All-Star for the fourth straight season. He will become the fifth Orioles pitcher to start an All-Star Game, the first since Steve Stone in 1980.

Skenes, who made his major league debut on May 11, is 6-0 with a 1.90 ERA in 11 starts, striking out 89 and walking 13 in 66 1/3 innings. The 11 starts for the 21-year-old right-hander will be the fewest for an All-Star and he will become the fifth rookie starter after Dave Stenhouse (1962), Mark Fidrych (1976), Fernando Valenzuela (1981) and Hideo Nomo (1995).

NL manager Torey Lovullo announced last week he was starting Skenes.

AL manager Bruce Bochy of World Series champion Texas said Monday he has Steven Kwan of Cleveland hitting leadoff and playing left field, followed by Baltimore shortstop Gunnar Henderson, New York Yankees right fielder Juan Soto and center fielder Aaron Judge, Houston designed hitter Yordan Alvarez, Guardians shortstop José Ramírez, Toronto first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Orioles catcher Adley Rutschman and Rangers second baseman Marcus Semien.

Ketel Marte bats first and plays second base for the NL, followed by Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani, Philadelphia shortstop Trea Turner, Phillies first baseman Bryce Harper, Milwaukee catcher William Contreras, Brewers right fielder Christian Yelich, Phillies third baseman Alex Bohm, Dodgers center fielder Teoscar Hernández and San Diego left fielder Jurickson Profar.

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