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The best 2020 fantasy football rankings to help you draft your perfect team

Fantasy football, once a niche hobby for enthusiasts, has exploded in popularity lately. Last year alone, more than 30 million people ran teams in fantasy football leagues. It goes without saying that with so many newbies dipping their toes into the realm of fantasy football — and perhaps you count yourself among this growing number — there are more people than ever devising new team management strategies and looking for tips and tricks on how to win their fantasy football league playoffs.

The NFL 2020 season is officially underway as of September 10, so if you’re already watching NFL games online or on TV and picking apart post-game highlights with apps like ESPN+, then that means that the fantasy football season is about to kick off. To give you a head start on planning your lineup and draft picks, we’ve put together a handy numbered cheat sheet of the best fantasy football player rankings for standard non-PPR leagues. These expert-ranked picks cover the top four player tiers, and we’ve divided the list up by position to help you better plan your lineup before the draft. We’ve also included the Defense/Special Team rankings for all 32 teams.

The Best 2020 Fantasy Football Player Rankings

Before you begin planning your lineup and writing down your dream team draft wish list, be sure to read through our advice, strategies, and tips for winning your fantasy football league. Remember to make sure you have all your positions covered and that you know the bye-weeks of each player (especially quarterbacks) as well as every team matchup so you can tailor your team lineup to quit your players’ strengths and avoid their weaknesses.


Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City Chiefs)
Lamar Jackson (Baltimore Ravens)
Dak Prescott (Dallas Cowboys)
Russell Wilson (Seattle Seahawks)
Deshaun Watson (Houston Texans)
Kyler Murray (Arizona Cardinals)
Josh Allen (Buffalo Bills)
Matt Ryan (Atlanta Falcons)
Carson Wentz (Philadelphia Eagles)
Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints)
Tom Brady (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
Matthew Stafford (Detroit Lions)
Aaron Rodgers (Green Pay Packers)
Cam Newton (New England Patriots)
Daniel Jones (New York Giants)
Ben Roethlisberger (Puttsburgh Pirates)
Jared Goff (Los Angeles Rams)
Baker Mayfield (Cleveland Browns)
Ryan Tannehill (Tennessee Titans)
Joe Burrow (Cincinnati Bengals)
Gardner Minshew II (Jacksonville Jaguars)
Jimmy Garoppolo (San Francisco 49ers)
Kirk Cousins (Minnesota Vikings)
Philip Rivers (Indianapolis Colts)
Drew Lock (Denver Broncos)
Teddy Bridgewater (Carolina Panthers)
Derek Carr (Las Vegas Raiders)
Sam Darnold (New York Jets)
Tyrod Taylor (Los Angeles Chargers)

Running Backs

Christian McCaffrey (Carolina Panthers)
Saquon Barkley (New York Giants)
Ezekiel Elliott (Dallas Cowboys)
Derrick Henry (Tennessee Titans)
 Dalvin Cook (Minnesota Vikings)
Alvin Kamara (New Orleans Saints)
Josh Jacobs (Las Vegas Raiders)
Joe Mixon (Cincinnati Bengals)
Nick Chubb (Cleveland Browns)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire (Kansas City Chiefs)
Miles Sanders (Philadelphia Eagles)
Aaron Jones (Green Bay Packers)
Kenyan Drake (Arizona Cardinals)
Austin Ekeler (Los Angeles Chargers)
Chris Carson (Seattle Seahawks)
James Conner (Pittsburgh Pirates)
Todd Gurley (Atlanta Falcons)
Jonathan Taylor (Indianapolis Colts)
David Johnson (Houston Texans)
Melvin Gordon (Denver Broncos)
Mark Ingram II (Baltimore Ravens)
Le’Veon Bell (New York Jets)
Raheem Mostert (San Francisco 49ers)
Leonard Fournette (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
Cam Akers (Los Angeles Rams)
David Montgomery (Chicago Bears)

Wide Receivers

Michael Thomas (New Orleans Saints)
Davante Adams (Green Bay Packers)
Tyreek Hill (Kansas City Chiefs)
Julio Jones (Atlanta Falcons)
Chris Godwin (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
Kenny Golladay (Detroit Lions)
DeAndre Hopkins (Arizona Cardinals)
Mike Evans (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
A.J. Brown (Tennessee Titans)
Adam Thielen (Minnesota Vikings)
Allen Robinson (Chicago Bears)
D.J. Moore (Carolina Panthers)
Odell Beckham Jr. (Cleveland Browns)
Amari Cooper (Dallas Cowboys)
JuJu Smith-Schuster (Pittsburgh Pirates)
Calvin Ridley (Atlanta Falcons)
Robert Woods (Los Angeles Rams)
Cooper Kupp (Los Angeles Rams)
Terry McLaurin (Washington Football Team)
Tyler Lockett (Seattle Seahawks)
D.K. Metcalf (Seattle Seahawks)
D.J. Chark (Jacksonville Jaguars)
Courtland Sutton (Denver Broncos)
Keenan Allen (Los Angeles Chargers)
DeVante Parker (Miami Dolphins)
Stefon Diggs (Buffalo Bills)
T.Y. Hilton (Indianapolis Colts)
Michael Gallup (Dallas Cowboys)

Tight Ends

Travis Kelce (Kansas City Chiefs)
George Kittle (San Francisco 49ers)
Mark Andrews (Baltimore Ravens)
Zach Ertz (Philadelphia Eagles)
Darren Waller (Las Vegas Raiders)
Evan Engram (New York Giants)
Hunter Henry (Los Angeles Chargers)
Tyler Higbee (Los Angeles Rams)
Hayden Hurst (Atlanta Falcons)
Jared Cook (New Orleans Saints)
Rob Gronkowski (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
Austin Hooper (Cleveland Browns)
Mike Gesicki (Miami Dolphins)
Noah Fant (Denver Broncos)
T.J. Hockenson (Detroit Lions)
Jonnu Smith (Tennessee Titans)
Dallas Goedert (Philadelphia Eagles)
Chris Herndon IV (New York Jets)
Blake Jarwin (Dallas Cowboys)
Eric Ebron (Pittsburgh Pirates)
Jack Doyle (Indianapolis Colts)
Ian Thomas (Carolina Panthers)
Irv Smith Jr. (Minnesota Vikings)
Greg Olsen (Seattle Seahawks)
O.J. Howard (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)


Harrison Butker (Kansas City Chiefs)
Justin Tucker (Baltimore Ravens)
Wil Lutz (New Orleans Saints)
Greg Zuerlein (Dallas Cowboys)
Robbie Gould (San Francisco 49ers)
Matt Prater (Detroit Lions)
Jake Elliott (Philadelphia Eagles)
Zane Gonzalez (Arizona Cardinals)
Younghoe Koo (Atlanta Falcons)
Ka’imi Fairbairn (Houstan Texans)
Dan Bailey (Minnesota Vikings)
Jason Myers (Seattle Seahawks)
Chris Boswell (Pittsburgh Pirates)
Mason Crosby (Green Bay Packers)
Michael Badgley (Los Angeles Chargers)
Brandon McManus (Denver Broncos)
Joey Slye (Carolina Panthers)
Ryan Succop (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
Austin Seibert (Cleveland Browns)
Stephen Gostkowski (Tennessee Titans)
Josh Lambo (Jacksonville Jaguars)

Defense/Special Teams

Pittsburgh Pirates
San Francisco 49ers
Baltimore Ravens
Buffalo Bills
New England Patriots
New Orleans Saints
Kansas City Chiefs
Chicago Bears
Los Angeles Rams
Minnesota Vikings
Philadelphia Eagles
Denver Broncos
Tennessee Titans
Los Angeles Chargers
Indianapolis Colts
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Seattle Seahawks
Green Bay Packers
Dallas Cowboys
Cleveland Browns
New York Jets
Washington Football Team
Houston Texans
Jacksonville Jaguars
Detroit Lions
Atlanta Falcons
Arizona Cardinals
Carolina Panthers
Las Vegas Raiders
Miami Dolphins
Cincinnati Bengals
New York Giants


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15 Samsung Galaxy S20 cases worth every penny

The Samsung Galaxy S20 is one of the most gorgeous phones on the market. Built from metal and glass, it’s sleek and shiny, but it can be a bit slippery.If you’re worried about getting scratches and scuffs on your beloved phone, you’ll want to protect it with a case. Here, we’ve gathered up some of the best cases for the Samsung Galaxy S20. Some are fashionable, others are ultra-thin, and others are tough and rugged.Best Samsung Galaxy S20 CasesCase-Mate Tough GrooveDon’t be fooled by the flashy colors. This iridescent case is stronger than it looks and can withstand drops from up to 10 feet. The raised grooves provide a tactile feel that’s easy to grip and still allows for wireless charging. $40 at Case-MateCaseology ParallaxAvailable in four bold colors, this one has military grade levels of protection. Compatible with wireless charging, it’s slim and secure and the patterned back provides a great ergonomic grip. $25 at CaseologyCatalyst Impact ProtectionFor those whose lifestyle is a little more rough and tumble, the Catalyst is a non-slip rubber case with air cushion protection. It’ll survive big drops without a breaking a sweat; the lanyard attachment keeps it close at hand. $40 at CatalystGear4 BatterseaThis unassuming case is on the thinner side but it’s got drop protection up to 16 feet. The secret is in the D3O tucked along the edges. We like the textured back as it provides just enough grip to make sure you don’t let it go. $50 at ZAGGGriffin Survivor StrongSlim and tapered, the case fits your hand nicely, standing up to scratches and scuffing. Choose from three colors, but go with the clear one if you want to show off your Galaxy S20. Sleep easy knowing it meets or exceeds MIL-STD-810G ratings. $30 at GriffinIncipio OrganicoreOffered in five earthy colors, this eco-friendly case is 100% biodegradable; it’s made from plants. Not to worry, though, you can still charge up wirelessly and the phone can even take a drop from up to six feet. $40 at IncipioMNMLYou picked out a beautiful phone so why hide it and put some case maker’s branding on it? This is exactly what the name implies – it’s minimal and void of any unwanted logos. Crazy thin and sold in four colors, it’s backed by a two-year warranty. $27 at MNMLOtterbox SymmetryLikely the first name anyone thinks of when it comes to serious protection, this line has been around the block. Black is always cool, but the Set In Stone Graphic looks unlike your co-worker’s boring case. Tried and true, it comes with a lifetime warranty. $50 at OtterboxPoetic GuardianOne of the more affordable options listed here, you’ll find five colors to accent your beloved handset. Scratch-resistant, it holds up to drops and impacts, but it’s still thin enough to support wireless charging. $19 at PoeticSpeck Presidio ProSoft to the touch and slim, it’s like an extra layer of skin on your phone. An extra layer that lets you tumble from up to 13 feet and won’t complain about scrapes, that is. Pick from four colors, each of which is subtle and understated. $40 at SpeckSpigen Slim ArmorFlexible, thin, and easy to grip, you’ll barely notice it’s there. That is until you knock it off the table. Not to worry, though, it’s tougher than you are. Bonus points for the built-in kickstand. $40 at SpigenTech21 Evo CheckThis semi-transparent case lets you show off the color of your phone with an interesting pattern. The germ-killing coating on the exterior is helpful in times like these. Mix and match buttons let you personalize the case to your liking. $40 at Tech21Toast Wood CoverOne of the thinnest ways to protect your phone also happens to be among the most unique. Start by choosing from six different wood finishes and then customize with a design, text, or upload a logo. Yours will be truly one of a kind. From $39 at ToastTotallee Super ThinAbout as light and thin as cases come, there are no branding or logos in sight. The matte black keeps things professional but the transparent clear lets you show off the color of your phone. Supported by a two-year warranty and 30-day return policy. $35 at TotalleeUAG Plasma SeriesOne of the tougher looking cases found on this list, it boasts an armor shell with an impact-resistant core. Oversized buttons make it easy to locate without fumbling. Sold in two colors, it has a honeycomb design which accents your phone in just the right way. $40 at UAG

House of Marley Smile Jamaica Wireless 2 earphones review

As much as we love our true wireless earbuds or over-the-ear headphones, a decent pair often come with a lofty price tag. Sometimes we just want something that’s a little more “no frills”. That is to say we don’t want to spend much money for them and we don’t care if they have a ton of options or goodies.For those of you who looking for an affordable pair of earbuds that work well for studying, phone calls, commutes, and working out, consider the Smile Jamaica Wireless 2. As one of the newest members of the House of Marley family, they’re just $30 and they come with a surprising number of features.Available in five color options, these Bluetooth earphones offer up to nine hours of battery life per charge and have an IPX4 rating against water and sweat.Like other models in the House of Marley portfolio, these are constructed from sustainable materials and come with 100% recyclable packaging.We were provided a sample pair, the “Copper” color which reminds us more of a rose gold, if not muted pink. Other colors include Denim, Black, Smile Jamaica Green, and Rasta (red, green, and black).Our team found the Smile Jamaica Wireless 2 to be a case of “big things in a small package”. Specifically, they sounded better than expected and ticked a few of the boxes we find important in 2020.Charging, for instance, is pretty fast, thanks to the USB Type-C port. While it takes around 2.5 hours to get a full charge, a quick charge (15 minutes) is good enough to add two hours playtime. Heading to the park for a walk or jog? Plug them in on the way over and they’ll have more than enough battery.The cable that connects the two earphones is braided and won’t be tangling anytime soon. That means you won’t be fussing with them when you take them out of the bag. We know how you like to toss things in there when done using them. In a related note, there’s a plastic cinch that can tighten the cord so it doesn’t dangle and flop around.Audio was crisp and rich, even on phone calls. The sound was a little heavier than we expected, too, with a solid bass. On the other hand, you don’t have any sort of noise cancellation or audio codecs; that would be too much to ask for with a $30 pair of earphones. Smile Jamaica Wireless 2 1 of 7 ConclusionWe’re a fan of the House of Marley brand as it seems to represent the various price points with quality products. These may skew toward the low end of the spectrum but we don’t feel like there’s anything missing for the price. They’re as good as we’d expect for the money, if not better.Learn more about the Smile Jamaica Wireless 2 earphones at the House of Marley website where they are available to purchase for $30. You can also find them at Amazon for about the same price.

Android 11 Go Edition released by Google

Hot on the heels of its Android 11 release this week, the Go Edition of Google’s platform is being released. Google indicates it will be available starting in October.Android 11 Go Edition, like its predecessors, is built for phones with limited hardware. Often released in emerging markets, the handsets are occasionally offered at prepaid and no-contract carriers.Many of the features baked into Android 11 are present in this slimmed-down version of the platform. This includes, but isn’t limited to enhanced security and privacy, more intuitive messaging and notifications, and gesture navigation.Whereas earlier versions of Android Go Edition were targeted at devices with 1GB RAM, this release is geared for those with 2GB RAM. As to why, some of that is to accommodate hardware features like fingerprint readers and additional cameras.According to Google, apps will launch 20% faster through Android 11 Go Edition. Google has managed to streamline the operating system, giving users an additional 270MB of memory to work with and allow for better multi-tasking.