We enlist the help of Fantasy analysts from ESPN, Yahoo, Fantasy Pros and more to bring you an inside look at how a 12-team PPR draft should go this season.
It's never a bad idea to load up at receiver, tight end and quarterback in a PPR league, which is what Jamey Eisenberg did here at No. 10 overall. If his running backs deliver, this team should be in great shape.
After starting his team at No. 1 overall in PPR with Le'Veon Bell and Todd Gurley, Jamey Eisenberg shows you that quality receivers will still be available in Round 3 with Demaryius Thomas, Larry Fitzgerald, Jamison Crowder and Jeremy Maclin.
Can you survive in a PPR league without having what is considered pass-catching running backs? Jamey Eisenberg says the answer is yes with how he put together his team at No. 4 overall.
Starting your PPR team with A.J. Green, Rob Gronkowski and Jarvis Landry is fantastic, but where are the running backs? Jamey Eisenberg shows you that waiting on running back pays off with his team at No. 7 overall.
The receiver class of 2015 is led by Amari Cooper, but Jamey Eisenberg also looks at potential breakout candidates Jamison Crowder, Willie Snead and DeVante Parker, among others, who could thrive in their third year in the NFL.
Aside from Bilal Powell and Quincy Enunwa, the Jets don't have many quality Fantasy options this year.
The Chargers have plenty of standout Fantasy options this year with Melvin Gordon leading the ground game and Philip Rivers dominating through the air.
Marshawn Lynch's return to the NFL should be good for the Raiders, as well as a healthy Derek Carr. Along with Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree, there is plenty of talent in Oakland for Fantasy owners.
C.J. Anderson, Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders give the Broncos a trio of quality Fantasy options. But how good they will be likely depends on the play of either Trevor Siemian or Paxton Lynch.
New England added Brandin Cooks, Mike Gillislee and Dwayne Allen this offseason to an already stacked roster. Tom Brady, who just won his fifth Super Bowl ring, can't stop smiling, but it this a good thing for Fantasy owners?
Adam Gase has the Dolphins offense poised for a big year in 2017, especially for Jay Ajayi and Jarvis Landry. But don't be surprised if Davante Parker and Julius Thomas make some noise as well.
Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott and Dez Bryant will again be the main Fantasy options for the Cowboys this year.
Despite the loss of DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon, the Redskins still have plenty of quality pass catchers in Terrelle Pryor, Jamison Crowder and Jordan Reed to make Kirk Cousins -- and Fantasy owners -- happy.
Carson Wentz -- and Fantasy owners -- should be excited about the Eagles adding Alshon Jeffery, Torrey Smith and LeGarrette Blount this year.
Jamey Eisenberg has been a Senior Fantasy Writer for CBS Sports since 2006 with a focus on Fantasy Football. A University of Florida grad (class of '98), Jamey got his start in the newspaper business and was a staff writer at the Palm Beach Post, where he covered the Dolphins, Heat and Marlins. Jamey has learned about the finer points of football from legendary coaches such as Steve Spurrier, Jimmy Johnson and Don Shula. As for his Fantasy history, Jamey has won multiple Fantasy Football, Basketball and Baseball leagues. And Jamey has been recognized by Fantasy Pros as having among the most accurate Fantasy Football Draft rankings since the site started tracking experts in 2010.