Welcome to our NFL fantasy player comparison tool, where you have all of our fantasy projections and rankings at your fingertips each week of the NFL season. We want to help you answer your “Should I start…?” questions every week to guide you to fantasy success.

Click here to read about our projection model, which takes into account players trending one way or another and changes in depth charts. Most critically, the model uses differentiated play-by-play data of greater volume and depth than the widely available game-level aggregates used by other projections. This allows for more insightful expected outcomes on our part and better sit/start decisions on your part.

Fantasy Player Comparison Tool

Here are some of the issues that can be solved by our fantasy football comparison tool:

  • Should you start Chris Olave (NO) or Drake London (ATL)? How about Miles Sanders (CAR) versus Rachaad White (TB)? How do Mike Evans’ (TB) projected stats compare to A.J. Brown’s (PHI)? You can even decide between players at different positions like George Kittle (SF), Jahan Dotson (WAS) or Jahmyr Gibbs (DET) for your Flex spot.
  • Does T.J. Hockenson (MIN) or Travis Kelce (KC) have a tougher defensive matchup? Should you start the San Francisco 49ers, Las Vegas Raiders, Arizona Cardinals or Green Bay Packers as your defense?
  • Where are wide receivers like Marquise Brown (ARI) and Brandon Aiyuk (SF), and running backs like Khalil Herbert (CHI), James Cook (BUF) and Derrick Henry (TEN) ranked in their respective positions? Are there sleepers at tight end or quarterback on the waiver wire who rank better than your starter?
  • With Jonathan Taylor out, should I start Deon Jackson or Zack Moss? You can compare them here.

It’s all in there as you try to rule your fantasy league this season. Pick your two players to compare and watch the tool work.

Don’t forget to check out our complete fantasy football rankings and weekly cheat sheet, as well as our NFL predictions and statistical leaderboard. Happy exploring.

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