The Kansas City Chiefs have three of the top 50 fantasy football players for 2017, per Monday Morning Quarterback’s Gary Gramling.
With OTAs well underway and the bulk of meaningful roster moves already made in terms of impact players, early fantasy football advice is now coming out in full force. Over at Monday Morning Quarterback, writer Gary Gramling has already made his list of the top 100 fantasy football players for the 2017 regular season. If you root for the Chiefs and love to draft some of your favorite players, the good news is that Gramling believes the Chiefs have several good players worth taking.
Gramling begins with running backs, as he should, given the value up top and has a pretty predictable beginning with David Johnson, Ezekiel Elliot and Le’Veon Bell as his top three. Gramling’s top wide receiver is also predictable with the Steelers’ Antonio Brown. The Packers’ Aaron Rodgers comes in as the top quarterback available, but he doesn’t recommend even taking a signal caller until No. 26 overall. The next two are Tom Brady and Andrew Luck.
Overall, Gramling has the Chiefs with three of the top 50 fantasy football players for 2017, but even more interesting is the exclusion of at least one or two others. Before we get to areas of omission, however, let’s see who Gramling likes from the Chiefs.