This article is part of our Fantasy Premier League Rankings series.
It's been just over a week since our last update, and we've seen a number of difference-making transfers in the Premier League, moves that not only affect the incoming or outgoing players, but also those whose playing time may increase or decrease. We also have a managerial change that has moved our rankings a bit.
As you'll see below, we did not agree on the same top 201, as we combined for a total of 248 unique players. In the instances of a player being ranked by one of us and not the other, an average was taken between whatever the player was ranked and 248. For example, I ranked Burnley's Charlie Taylor 182nd overall but Mike did not rank him, so his overall rank shows as 215.0 (the average of 182 and 248). Additionally, every column in the table is sortable, so you can still get a clear breakdown of our overall and positional rankings.
And before we jump in: we have a new tool on the site that helps put our season-long projections into perspective for draft games. The custom rankings page allows you to input your league's scoring settings and it will sort our projections based on fantasy points within that format. It's a great tool as a cheat sheet during a draft, or it can give you a good idea of how the players will break down if you're looking to start a league with your own customized stats.
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