Best Balls 2023 Ranking: 250 Best Options, Frets, Busts & More (2023)

Before seasonal concepts dominate the discussion,the best ballremains the most popular formfantasy football. To prepare fantasy coaches for the potentially competitive months ahead, here are our top 200 picks for the 2023 season, plus a few sleepers to aim for and misses to avoid.

The best ball Top 250 ranking

An important note when compiling yoursChoice of the best ball: No series of ratings should be taken literally every time. Be sure to consider how your design room works, team building, placement needs, and a host of other factors that are better explained in the link above.

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The higher you go in the rankings, the less important the difference between players. For example, a player ranked 20 is definitely ahead of a player ranked 25. However, a player ranked 150 is not much different from a player ranked 170.

keep that in mind whenstrategist, and don't be afraid to deviate from the scale based on the success of your design, especially if you make it to the later rounds.

Level 1 | Sure things

1.Justin Jefferson, WR, Minnesota Vikings
2.Ja'Marr's pursuit, WR, Cincinnati Bengal
3.thank you Austin, RB, Los Angeles Chargers
4.Christian Macaffrey, RB, San Francisco 49ers
5.robinsonski sesame, RB, Atlanta Falcons
6.Colina Tyreek, WR, Miami Dolphins
7.travis kelce, TE, Kansas City Leaders
8.saquon barkley, RB, New York Giants
9.Stefon Diggs, WR, Buffalo Bills
10cooper's kick, WR, Los Angeles Ram
11davante adams, WR, Las Vegas Raiders

Level 2 | Probably certain things plus some backs

12Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR, Leones de Detroit
13i Jacobs, RB, Las Vegas Raiders
14Tony Pollard, RB, Dallas Cowboys
15.cee dee lam, WR, Dallas Cowboys
sixteen.jonathan taylor, RB, Indianapolis Colts
17AJ Marrón, WR, Philadelphia Eagles
18garrett wilson, WR, New York Jets
19Chris Olaf, WR, New Orleans Saints
20they were sick, QB, Philadelphia Eagles
21you are everything, QB, Buffalo Bills
22patricio mahomes, QB, Kansas City Chiefs
23jaylen gegati se, WR, Miami Dolphins
24nick chubb, RB, Cleveland Browns

Level 3 | The last guys you can really trust

25Devonta Smith, WR, Philadelphia Eagles
26tee higgins, WR, Cincinnati Bengal
27dirk hendrick, RB, Tennessee Titanen
28ramandre stevenson, RB, New England Patriots
29najee harris, RB, Pittsburgh Steelers
30breece room, RB, New York Jets
31Marcos Andries, TE, Baltimore Ravens
32.DK Metcalf, WR, Seattle Seahawks
33.Travis Etienne Jr., RB, Jacksonville Jaguars

Level 4 | High/low floor guys and multiple guards

34.Joe Burrow, QB, Cincinnati Bengal
35.lamar jackson, QB, Baltimore Ravens
36.Justin Campos, QB, Chicago Bears
37.Amari Kuiper, WR, Cafés de Cleveland
38.joe mixon, RB, Cincinnati Bengal
39.Jahmyr Gibbs, RB, Detroit Leones
40everyone, WR, Los Angeles Chargers
41.Aaron Jones, RB, Green Bay Packers
42.why davin?, RB, Minnesota Vikings
43.jerry poison, WR, Broncos de Denver
44.Other Hopkins, WR, Arizona Cardinals
45.drake londres, WR, Atlanta Falcons
46.deebo samuel, WR, San Francisco 49ers
47.cristiano watson, WR, Green Bay Packers
48.calvin ridley, WR, Jaguares de Jacksonville
49.George Kittel, TE, San Francisco 49ers
50TJ Hockenson, TE, Minnesota Vikings


Level 5 | Half of these guys will probably fail

51.Justin Herbert, QB, Los Angeles Chargers
52.Cristian Kirk, WR, Jaguares de Jacksonville
53.Chris Godwin, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
54.miles sanders, RB, Carolina Panthers
55.J.K. Dobins, RB, Baltimore Ravens
56.diontae johnson, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers
57.terry mclaurin, WR, Comandantes de Washington
58.Tyler Lockett, WR, Seattle Seahawks
59.mike williams, WR, Los Angeles Chargers
60dj moore, WR, Chicago Bears
61.Michael Pittman jr., WR, Indianapolis Colts
62.mike evans, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
63.trevor lorenzo, QB, Jacksonville Jaguars
64.brandon ayuk, WR, San Francisco 49ers
Sixty-five.kyle jame, DE, Atlanta Falcons
66.D'André Swift, RB, Philadelphia Eagles
67.Dallas good, TE, Philadelphia Eagles
68.Cam Akers, RB, Los Angeles Onslaught
69.Kenneth Walker III, RB, Seattle Seahawks
70.Dameon Pierce, RB, Houston Texans
71.alexander mattison, RB, Minnesota Vikings

Level 6 | Hoping for a breakthrough or avoiding a crash

72.jordan addison, WR, Minnesota Vikings
73.David Montgomery, RB, Detroit Leones
74.James Conner, RB, Arizona Cardinals
75.Darren Waller, TE, New York Giants
76.Rashod Bateman, WR, Baltimore Ravens
77.Brandi's walleye, WR, Dallas Cowboys
78.brown awning, WR, Arizona Cardinals
79.khadius toney, WR, Kansas City Chiefs
80.AJ Dillon, RB, Green Bay Packers
81.javonte williams, RB, Denver Broncos
82.Samaje perineo, RB, Denver Broncos
83.isia pacheco, RB, Kansas City Chiefs
84.James Cook, RB, Buffalo Bills
85.Rashad Centavo, RB, Philadelphia Eagles
86.dak prescott, QB, Dallas Cowboys
87.Tua Tagovailoa, bek, Miami Dolphins
88.geno smith, bek, Seattle Seahawks
89.Deshaun Watson, bek, Cleveland Browns

90.Alvin Camara, RB, New Orleans Saints
91.Evan Engrama, TE, Jacksonville Jaguars
92.Jahan Dotson, WR, Comandantes de Washington
93.Courtland Sutton, WR, Broncos de Denver
94.michael tomas, WR, New Orleans Saints
95.Treylon Burks, WR, Titanes de Tennessee
96.Jorge Pickens, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers
97.Raquel wit, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
98.Zach Charbonnet, RB, Seattle Seahawks
99antonio richardson, QB, Indianapolis Colts
100.Devon Achane, RB, Miami Dolphins
101.Brian Robinson Jr., RB, Washington Commanders
102.antonio gibson, RB, Washington Commanders
103.JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR, New England Patriots
104.elia moore, WR, Cafés de Cleveland
105.Jaxon Smith-Njigba, WR, Seattle Seahawks
106.david njoku, TE, Cleveland Coffees

Level 7 | Probably useful players

107.Damian Harris, RB, Buffalo Bills
108.Pat Freiermuth, TE, Pittsburgh Steelers
109.Jacob Meijers, WR, Las Vegas Raiders
110.Gabe Davis, WR, Buffalo Bills
111.all lazy, WR, New York Jets
112.Quentin Johnston, WR, Los Angeles Chargers
113.flores zay, WR, Baltimore Ravens
114.Aaron Rogers, QB, New York Jets
115.Kirk cousins, QB, Minnesota Vikings
116.daniel jones, QB, New York Giants
117.jamaal williams, RB, New Orleans Saints
118.Khalil Herbert, RB, Chicago Bears
119.elia michel, RB, San Francisco 49ers
120.Raheem Mostert, RB, Miami Dolphins
121.jared goff, QB, Detroit Leones
122.Tyler Allgeier, RB, Atlanta Falcons
123.jerick mckinnon, RB, Kansas City Chiefs
124.tyler boyd, WR, Cincinnati Bengal
125.greg dulcich, TE, Denver Broncos
126.Chigoziem Okonkwo, TE, Tennessee Titans
127.dalton schultz, TE, Houston Texan

128.Dalton Kincaid, TE, Buffalo Bills
129.kyler murray, QB, Arizona Cardinals
130.jaylen warren, RB, Pittsburgh Steelers
131.Jeff Wilson Jr., RB, Miami Dolphins
132.Rochon Johnson, RB, Chicago Bears
133.Kendre Miller, RB, New Orleans Saints
134.DJ Chark, WR, Carolina Panthers
135.Adan Thielen, WR, Carolina Panthers
136.Cole Kmet, TE, Chicago Bears
137.Tyler Higbee, TE, Los Angeles Rams
138.Juwan Johnson, TE, New Orleans Saints
139.Jordanian love, QB, Green Bay Packers
140.Derek Carr, QB, New Orleans Saints
141.russell wilson, feldmaršal, Denver Broncos
142.Mateo Stafford, QB, Los Angeles Rams
143.d'onta foreman, RB, Chicago Bears
144.Ezequiel Elliott, RB, free agent
145.leonard fournet, RB, free agent
146.Devin Singletar, RB, Houston Texans
147.malik davis, RB, Dallas Cowboys
148.Kenneth Gainwell, RB, Philadelphia Eagles

Level 8 | This is where levels don't matter anymore

149.jonathan mingo, WR, Carolina Panthers
150.Arroz Rashee, WR, Kansas City Chiefs
151.if you come down, WR, Indianapolis Colts
152.Odell Beckham Jr., WR, Baltimore Ravens
153.Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Las Vegas Raiders
154.bryce jong, bek, carolina panthers
155.trey lanza, bek, San Francisco 49ers
156.kenny picket, QB, Pittsburgh Steelers
157.CJ Stroud, marshal de campo, Houston Texan
158.brock purdy, bek, San Francisco 49ers
159.gerald everett, TE, Los Angeles Chargers
160.Sam La Porta, TE, Detroit Lions
161.irv smith jr., TE, Cincinnati Bengals brown, RB, Cincinnati Bengal
163.Guus Edwards, RB, Baltimore Ravens
164.Jameson Williams, WR, Leones de Detroit
165.Darnel Mooney, WR, Chicago Bears moore, WR, Kansas City Chiefs
167.Zay Jones, WR, Jaguares de Jacksonville
168.Jalin Hyatt, WR, New York Giants
169.romeo double, WR, Green Bay Packers
170.alec pierce, WR, Indianapolis Colts
171.niko collins, WR, Houston Texan
172.miguel gallo, WR, Dallas Cowboys
173.Rashid Shahid, WR, New Orleans Saints

174.dawson knox, TE, Buffalo Bills
175.miguel mayer, TE, Las Vegas Raiders
176.taysom hill, TE, New Orleans Saints
177.kj osborn, WR, Minnesota Vikings
178.Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Cafés de Cleveland
179.Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR, Kansas City Chiefs
180.jayden cane, WR, Green Bay Packers
181.Desmond Rider, QB, Atlanta Falcons
182.sam howell, QB, Washington Majors
183.Mac Jones, QB, New England Patriots
184.points Mayfield, QB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
185.Tanque Bigsby, RB, Jacksonville Jaguars
186.Tyja Spears, RB, Tennessee Titanen
187.Jeroen Ford, RB, Cleveland Browns
188.Wan'Dale Robinson, WR, New York Giants
189.van jefferson, WR, Los Angeles Ram
190.rondale moore, WR, Arizona Cardinals
191.Jager Renfrow, WR, Las Vegas Raiders
192.Jesaja Hodgins, WR, New York Giants
193.curtis samuel, WR, Comandantes de Washington
194.Khalil Shakir, WR, Buffalo Bills
195.Juan Metchie III, WR, Houston Texan
196.mecole hardman, WR, New York Jets
197.mike gesicki, TE, New England Patriots
198.Hayden Hurst, TE, Carolina Panthers

199.trey mcbride, TE, Arizona Cardinals
200.Chuba Hubbard, RB, Carolina Panthers
201.marvin mims, WR, Broncos de Denver
202.Tyler Conklin, TE, New York Jets
203.boss robert, WR, Houston Texan
204.kareem lov, RB, free agent
205.from the palm, WR, Los Angeles Chargers
206.ryan tannehill, QB, Tennessee Titanen
207.Dell tank, WR, Houston Texan
208.Noah Fan, TE, Seattle Seahawks
209.richie james, WR, Kansas City Chiefs
210.chandler, RB, Minnesota Vikings
211.cordarelle patterson, RB, Atlanta Falcons
212.jake ferguson, TE, Dallas Cowboys
213.Tiquan Thornton, WR, New England Patriots
214.Zak Evans, RB, Los Angeles Onslaught
215.isaiah probably, TE, Baltimore Ravens
216.Deuce Vaughan, RB, Dallas Cowboys
217.Izrael Abanikanda, RB, New York Jets
218.Sean Tucker, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
219.marvin jones jr., WR, Leones de Detroit
220.cedric tilman, WR, Cafés de Cleveland
221.darius slayton, WR, New York Giants
222.Parris Campbell, WR, New York Giants
223.Lucas MusgraveGreen Bay Packers

224.jager hendrik, TE, New England Patriots
225.Terra Marshall Jr., WR, Carolina Panthers
226.harbor cleaner, TE, Dallas Cowboys
227.Parker, WR, New England Patriots on, TE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
229.strong peter, RB, New England Patriots
230.said levis, QB, Tennessee Titanen
231.Mac Hollins, WR, Atlanta Falcons
232.Eric the pig, RB, New York Giants Reynolds, WR, Leones de Detroit
234.Latavio Murray, RB, Buffalo Bills
235.Sam Darnold, bek, San Francisco 49ers
236.Evan casco, RB, Indianapolis Colts
237.jacoby broke, QB, Washington Majors
238.Persigue i Claypool, WR, Chicago Bears
239.tim patrick, WR, Broncos de Denver
240.Janet Boss, TE, Indianapolis Colts
241.Dewayne McBride, RB, Minnesota Vikings
242.alen robinson ii, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers
243.corey davis, WR, New York Jets
244.Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, Kansas City Chiefs
245.jozua kelly, RB, Los Angeles Chargers
246.Chris Evans, RB, Cincinnati Bengal
247.ask Watkins, WR, Philadelphia Eagles
248.Donté Harty, WR, Buffalo Bills
249.Keaontay Ingram, RB, Arizona Cardinals
250.charlie williams, RB, Cincinnati Bengal

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Sleepers are hard to come by in modern fantasy football. With so much information available, even the most casual fantasy player knows all the relevant fantasy players.

In fact, the term "sleeper" has largely evolved to refer to a player you feel is underrated. With that in mind, here are a few Best Ball sleepers to target in the next few drafts.

WR Diontae Johnson, Steelers (ADP 77 općenito)

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Diontae Johnson was my number one player in the 2021 draft. I totally blew him away in 2022. Now I'm back in 2023.

While Johnson may never reach the scope he saw in 2021, he is being seriously abandoned this season. My theory is that it stems in large part from the fact that he somehow failed to score a single touchdown last season, resulting in a WR39, 10.6 points per game.

This season, Johnson will find the end zone and probably score five or six times. He is still an elite rusher and one of the most talented catchers in the league. about 20 points upADP, Johnson certainly qualifies as Ball's best sleeper.

QB Geno Smith, Seahawks (ADP 112 algemeen)

Let's see if I got this right. Geno Smith just finished as QB8 overall averaging 18.5 points per game. The Seahawks gave Smith a three-year extension. They went on to draft their class-leading wide receiver in the first round and pass catcher in the second round and didn't draft a quarterback. Still, Smith has a QB16 ADP. Okay, I understand.

I don't really know. You're welcome. I do not want to bother with that. Geno is firmly in my top 12 quarterbacks and is seriously underrated in Best Ball drafts.

RB Rashad Penny, Eagles (ADP 114 bodova)

Rashad Penny is by no means a must-have player in the draft. It just seems to go lower than it should. Penny is ready to star in one of theThe best offense in the NFL.. Sure, Jalen Hurts is the main scoring line, but Penny can easily score 6-8 touchdowns this season.

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This is purely about value. Penny doesn't have that high of a cap, but with a total of 114, sign me up. I have him almost 30 spots above ADP.

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RB AJ Dillon, Packers (ADP 105 overall)

Last season, AJ Dillon was one of my most focused players. He was also a great least for the first half of the season. After looking like a success in Week 1, Dillon didn't score a touchdown for the next 10 weeks.

It was easily one of my biggest failures, but then something changed. The man he was promoting suddenly reappeared. From Weeks 12-17, Dillon was the overall RB7, averaging 16.7 points per game.

I wasn't planning on going back with Dillon this season, but apparently I'm about 25 spots above him in ADP. The Packers offense will be worse without Rodgers, but Dillon is still the top RB target. There is more value here than the consensus seems to believe.

Possible best ball bursts to avoid

Sleepers can be hard to find, but there's no shortage of busts every season. Just as important as finding guys who finish above his ADP is avoiding guys who finish below him. Here are some busts to avoid.

RB Rachaad White, Buccaneers (ADP 78 algemeen)

We need an expression for the opposite of "my boys". That's what Rachaad White is to me in 2023. He's my #1 player to avoid at all costs.

By every measure imaginable, White was terrible last season. Sure, you can point to the Bucs' poor offensive line, but both Leonard Fournette and White were underachievers in their own right.

The Whites did not produce explosive runs or allow defenders to miss. He averaged 3.7 yards per carry and only 2.54 yards per touch. White should shine as a receiver. But are we really excited about his share of scoring offense, from Tom Brady throwing 700+ passes to Baker Mayfield or Kyle Trask?

White will catch fewer passes, be ineffective on the ground and not score many touchdowns in a bad offense. I'm almost 20 points behind ADP and completely off target this season.

WR Treylon Burks, Titans (ukupno ADP 76)

In general, I'm all for drafting second- and third-year wide receivers. But with Treylon Burks, I can't get excited about anything.

Burks' main selling point is volume. You can achieve a target share of 25% without significant competition. But he had a dismal debut season, falling short of 500 receiving yards. Burks is in his first fight with a quarterback who will likely sit somewhere on the bench as a rookie this season. I'm about 20 points below ADP on him and I just don't care.

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WR Jameson Williams, Leones (ukupno ADP 100)

There's certainly a much better case for a shot at Jameson Williams in Best Ball than in the season. I just don't want to go there either.

As a freshman, Williams caught a 41-yard pass. Yes, he started the season in PUP, recovering from a torn ACL, but still appeared in six games and didn't score a goal.

Less about thisWilliams lost six gamesand more about his rookie season that doesn't bode well for his future success. If it's an external value, that's fine with me. I will miss him happily.

However, I'm way behind ADP at Williams - a whopping 60 spots. I am very worried that Williams will be a big miss this season.

WR Gabe Davis, Bills (ADP 80 overall)

My problem with Gabe Davis isn't so much his position among the wide receivers as much as his overall position. I have Davis just a few spots below ADP at his position. And once you get past the WR3s, a few point difference doesn't mean much.

However, overall I'm about 30 spots below Davis' ADP. There are only a few players from other positions that I prefer because it just doesn't excite me.

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Volume is still king in fantasy football, but volume is earned, especially at wide receiver. A player has to be good to score goals. There are many ways to describe Davis, but I wouldn't use "good."

Last season, Davis averaged 11.4 points per game and finished WR36 overall. But he was really just a failed player. Davis had eight weeks with single-digit fantasy points and two more under-12 games.

Davis had a 51.6% completion percentage last season and played with a quarterback who completed 63.3% of his passes. He was tackled on just 18.3% of his routes, despite running a route on 94.2% of Josh Allen's turnovers.

Even with an average target depth of sixth and third in receiving yards per average, Davis averaged just 1.66 yards per route, 49th in the league.

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Simply put, I don't believe in Davis' talent and I don't think he's Buffalo's answer to a WR2. Davis was a huge disappointment last season and I expect him to close again, even with his lower ADP.


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NFL underdogs won 34.3% of games during the 2022-23 regular season. That's approximately three percentage points lower than the 2021-22 season (37.5%), reducing the three-year winning percentage (2020-22) to 34.7%. Since 2013, NFL underdogs have a winning percentage of 33.8%.

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How many QBs should i draft in best ball? ›

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How many running backs are in the Best Ball? ›

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2-Person Best Ball, using USGA Handicap

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Is best ball match play or stroke play? ›

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What is the 4 man best ball? ›

In a 4BBB tournament, golfers tee off in groups of four, and each golfer plays his own ball throughout. So there are four golf balls in play on each hole, but only one ball (the better ball, or low ball) counts per team per hole.

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What's the most important QB stat? ›

Touchdown-to-Interception Ratio

And since the QB is the most important player on the field, he would be the one to control how often his team would score and turn the ball over. Of course, this ratio correlates a lot to the chance of a team winning the game, so most of us value this stat to the extreme.


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