Week 9 fantasy football rankings: Dak attack

Cowboys QB Dak Prescott has a great matchup at home against the Chiefs this week. Christian Petersen/Getty Images

Below are my early 1/2 PPR fantasy rankings for Week 9. Most leagues are using points per reception these days, so take that into consideration when looking at the ranks. Six points are awarded for every receiving and rushing TD, and four points for every passing TD. If you are playing in a non-PPR league, pass-catching running backs lose a bit of value and so do possession receivers. Make sure you check the status of players that have been limited or out of practice. The rankings will be updated on Sunday morning.

If you have any start-sit questions, feel free to hit me up at @jordanpfx on Twitter, and I will do my best to get to every question. Include your scoring system with your questions. Good luck!



1 R. Wilson SEA

2 D. Prescott DAL

3 D. Brees NO

4 M. Stafford DET

5 A. Smith KC

6 M. Ryan ATL

7 D. Carr OAK

8 C. Newton CAR

9 C. Wentz PHI

10 J. Brissett IND

11 J. Winston TB

12 J. Goff LAR

13 K. Cousins WAS

14 M. Mariota TEN

15 A. Dalton CIN

16 J. Cutler MIA

17 E. Manning NYG

18 B. Bortles JAX



1 E. Elliott DAL

2 L. Fournette JAC   *Inactive

3 T. Gurley LAR

4 K. Hunt KC

5 M. Ingram NO

6 A. Jones GB

7 D. Martin TB

8 A. Peterson ARI

9 A. Kamara NO

10 D. Freeman ATL

11 J. Mixon CIN

12 D. Murray TEN

13 C. Hyde SF

14 L. Miller HOU

15 C. McCaffrey CAR

16 T. Coleman ATL

17 A. Collins BAL

18 C. Thompson WAS

19 C. Anderson DEN

20 M. Mack IND

21 M. Lynch OAK

22 F. Gore IND

23 A. Abdullah DET

24 J. Stewart CAR

25 K. Drake MIA

26 D. Henry TEN

27 O. Darkwa NYG

28 D. Williams MIA

29 J. Allen BAL

30 L. Blount PHI

31 E. Lacy SEA

32 D. Booker DEN



1 M. Thomas NO

2 J. Jones ATL

3 M. Evans TB

4 D. Bryant DAL

5 D. Baldwin SEA 

6 T. Hill KC

7 M. Crabtree OAK

8 D. Hopkins HOU

9 G. Tate DET

10 A. Green CIN

11 A. Cooper OAK

12 D. Funchess CAR

13 J. Landry MIA

14 S. Shepard NYG

15 D. Parker MIA

16 T. Ginn NO

17 L. Fitzgerald ARI

18 T. Hilton IND

19 D. Thomas DEN

20 S. Watkins LAR

21 M. Jones DET

22 M. Sanu ATL

23 J. Nelson GB

24 D. Jackson TB

25 C. Kupp LAR

26 E. Sanders DEN

27 P. Richardson SEA

28 D. Adams GB

29 N. Agholor PHI

30 T. Lockett SEA

31 W. Fuller HOU

32 J. Maclin BAL

33 C. Davis TEN

34 A. Jeffrey PHI

35 A. Hurns JAC



1 T. Kelce KC

2 Z. Ertz PHI *Inactive

3 J. Graham SEA

4 E. Engram NYG

5 J. Doyle IND

6 J. Cook OAK

7 V. Davis WAS

8 J. Witten DAL

9 C. Brate TB

10 E. Dickson CAR

11 D. Walker TEN *Active

12 T. Kroft CIN

13 T. Higbee LAR

14 A. Hooper ATL

15 B. Watson BAL



1 Eagles

2 Jaguars

3 Seahawks

4 Lions

5 Saints

6 Titans

7 Cardinals

8 Rams

9 Ravens


11 Broncos

12 Panthers

13 Bengals

14 Giants

15 Colts



1 G. Zuerlein LAR

2 W. Lutz NO

3 H. Butker KC

4 K. Fairbairn HOU

5 M. Bryant ATL

6 J. Elliott PH

7 M. Prater DET

8 R. Succop TEN

9 J. Tucker BAL

10 B. Walsh SEA

11 G. Gano CAR

12 J. Lambo JAC

13 M. Nugent DAL

14 C. Parkey MIA

15 P. Dawson AR

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