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Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet: Top 150 Overall Players

Who benefited the most from "The Law Firm's" release? Probably Bengals RB Gio Bernard. Mark Zerof/USA TODAY Sports

Aside from a stray trade here or there, NFL rosters are all but set heading into Week 1. Here's our updated top 150 rankings, in cheat sheet form. The Bengals may have solidified the job security of Gio Bernard and Jeremy Hill by releasing BenJarvus Green-Ellis, but the biggest change came when five starting kickers were released. You should wait until the end of your draft to grab one, but double check to make sure the player is still actually on the team.

1. Eagles RB LeSean McCoy

2. Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles

3. Vikings RB Adrian Peterson

4. Bears RB Matt Forte

5. Lions WR Calvin Johnson

6. Packers RB Eddie Lacy

7. Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas

8. Saints TE Jimmy Graham

9. Cowboys WR Dez Bryant

10. Broncos RB Montee Ball

11. Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch

12. Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray

13. Bengals WR A.J. Green

14. Falcons WR Julio Jones

15. Bears WR Brandon Marshall

16. Bengals RB Giovani Bernard

17. Steelers WR Antonio Brown

18. Packers WR Jordy Nelson

19. Redskins RB Alfred Morris

20. Rams RB Zac Stacy

21. Texans RB Arian Foster

22. Broncos QB Peyton Manning

23. Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell

24. Bears WR Alshon Jeffery

25. Bucs RB Doug Martin

26. Cardinals RB Andre Ellington

27. Saints QB Drew Brees

28. Packers QB Aaron Rodgers

29. Broncos TE Julius Thomas

30. Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski

31. Texans WR Andre Johnson

32. Packers WR Randall Cobb

33. Bucs WR Vincent Jackson

34. Giants RB Rashad Jennings

35. Jaguars RB Toby Gerhart

36. Redskins WR Pierre Garcon

37. Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald

38. Chargers WR Keenan Allen

39. Chargers RB Ryan Mathews

40. Bills RB C.J. Spiller

41. 49ers RB Frank Gore

42. 49ers WR Michael Crabtree

43. Vikings WR Cordarrelle Patterson

44. Lions RB Reggie Bush

45. Cardinals WR Michael Floyd

46. Falcons WR Roddy White

47. Redskins WR DeSean Jackson

48. Giants WR Victor Cruz

49. Colts QB Andrew Luck

50. Lions QB Matthew Stafford

51. Browns RB Ben Tate

52. Lions RB Joique Bell

53. Titans RB Bishop Sankey

54. Jets RB Chris Johnson

55. Patriots RB Shane Vereen

56. Ravens RB Ray Rice

57. Browns TE Jordan Cameron

58. Patriots WR Julian Edelman

59. Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders

60. Seahawks WR Percy Harvin

61. Ravens WR Torrey Smith

62. Jets WR Eric Decker

63. Eagles QB Nick Foles

64. Patriots QB Tom Brady

65. Falcons QB Matt Ryan

66. Panthers QB Cam Newton

67. Saints WR Marques Colston

68. Eagles WR Jeremy Maclin

69. Broncos WR Wes Welker

70. Colts WR T.Y. Hilton

71. Titans WR Kendall Wright

72. Dolphins WR Mike Wallace

73. 49ers TE Vernon Davis

74. Bills RB Fred Jackson

75. Colts RB Trent Richardson

76. Dolphins RB Knowshon Moreno

77. Patriots RB Stevan Ridley

78. Colts WR Reggie Wayne

79. Lions WR Golden Tate

80. Cowboys WR Terrance Williams

81. Giants WR Rueben Randle

82. Cowboys TE Jason Witten

83. Panthers TE Greg Olsen

84. Bears QB Jay Cutler

85. Chargers QB Philip Rivers

86. Seahawks QB Russell Wilson

87. Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph

88. Ravens TE Dennis Pitta

89. Bills WR Sammy Watkins

90. Chiefs Dwayne Bowe

91. Bucs WR Mike Evans

92. Falcons RB Steven Jackson

93. Saints RB Pierre Thomas

94. Raiders RB Maurice Jones-Drew

95. Jaguars WR Cecil Shorts III

96. Saints WR Brandin Cooks

97. Ravens RB Bernard Pierce

98. Titans WR Justin Hunter

99. Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins

100. Bengals QB Andy Dalton

101. Cowboys QB Tony Romo

102. Redskins QB Robert Griffin III

103. 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick

104. Redskins TE Jordan Reed

105. Rams WR Tavon Austin

106. 49ers WR Anquan Boldin

107. Eagles WR Riley Cooper

108. Dolphins WR Brian Hartline

109. Panthers WR Kelvin Benjamin

110. Chargers RB Danny Woodhead

111. Bengals RB Jeremy Hill

112. Panthers RB DeAngelo Williams

113. Eagles TE Zach Ertz

114. Eagles RB Darren Sproles

115. Browns RB Terrance West

116. Dolphins RB Lamar Miller

117. Saints RB Mark Ingram

118. 49ers RB Carlos Hyde

119. Raiders RB Darren McFadden

120. Giants RB Andre Williams

121. Jets RB Chris Ivory

122. Falcons RB Devonta Freeman

123. Raiders WR James Jones

124. Colts WR Hakeem Nicks

125. Saints WR Kenny Stills

126. Bills WR Robert Woods

127. Vikings WR Greg Jennings

128. Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin

129. Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger

130. Bears TE Martellus Bennett

131. Dolphins TE Charles Clay

132. Titans TE Delanie Walker

133. Raven WR Steve Smith

134. Steelers WR Markus Wheaton

135. Eagles WR Jordan Matthews

136. Patriots WR Danny Amendola

137. Packers WR Jarrett Boykin

138. Patriots WR Aaron Dobson

139. Browns WR Andrew Hawkins

140. Bills WR Mike Williams

141. Bengals WR Marvin Jones

142. Jaguars WR Marqise Lee

143. Falcons WR Harry Douglas

144. Chargers WR Malcom Floyd

145. Saints RB Khiry Robinson

146. Colts RB Ahmad Bradshaw

147. Steelers RB LeGarrette Blount

148. Titans RB Shonn Greene

149. Seahawks RB Christine Michael

150. Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart

DEFENSES

1. Seahawks

2. Panthers

3. 49ers

4. Bengals

5. Rams

6. Chiefs

7. Broncos

8. Patriots

9. Cardinals

10. Bills

11. Bucs

12. Browns

13. Ravens

14. Texans

15. Saints

KICKERS

1. Stephen Gostkowski, Patriots

2. Justin Tucker, Ravens

3. Steven Hauschka, Seahawks

4. Phil Dawson, 49ers

5. Dan Bailey, Cowboys

6. Mason Crosby, Packers

7. Matt Bryant, Falcons

8. Blair Walsh, Vikings

9. Nick Novak, Chargers

10. Adam Vinatieri, Colts

11. Robbie Gould, Bears

12. Sebastian Janikowski, Raiders

13. Greg Zuerlein, Rams

14. Graham Gano, Panthers

15. Caleb Sturgis, Dolphins

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Given that, we were struck by the unique voices of the women at Her Fantasy. Far from being a patronizing effort, we saw the sisters' voices as an entertaining layer to supplement ESPN's existing coverage. For fantasy rookies, they offer an alternative, tongue-in-cheek approach that we enjoyed and think readers who are new to the game might, too. In this particular post, one of several already on espnW.com, they were deliberately playful with relationship tropes and categories -- all in the spirit of having fun with the game and having a good laugh. Understanding that the lighthearted approach here was misunderstood as perpetuating the very stereotypes we intended to have fun with, we will not use the relationship category conceit moving forward. We look forward to working with the Her Fantasy team this season to develop their voices with espnW.