Fantasy Football Super Bowl LIV Rankings!

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The Super Bowl is here! Super Bowl LIV is looking to be a fantastic matchup. The San Francisco 49ers versus the Kansas City Chiefs! The leagues top defense to do battle with one of the most offensive teams around. Two of the best tight ends, some of the fastest athletes in the world and exciting coaching schemes will all be on display for this years Super Bowl. Since there are plenty of Fantasy Football Super Bowl LIV contests to enjoy, I reveal my the Fantasy Football Super Bowl LIV Rankings for the biggest game of the NFL season below.

Quarterbacks

Patrick Mahomes > Jimmy Garoppolo

Running Backs

Raheem Mostert > Damien Williams > Tevin Coleman > Darwin Thompson > Matt Breida

Wide Receivers

Tyreek Hill > Deebo Samuel > Emmanuel Sanders > Sammy Watkins > Mecole Hardman > Kendrick Bourne

Tight Ends

George Kittle > Travis Kelce

D/ST

49ers > Chiefs

I am thinking besides the Quarterbacks for each team in Super Bowl LIV the best plays for the 49ers’s are: Raheem Mostert, George Kittle and Tevin Coleman. While for the Chiefs I would go with: Damien Williams, Tyreek Hill and Mecole Hardman. I didn’t have the courage to rank Hardman right behind Hill above but it really wouldn’t surprise me if that’s where he ended up by the end of this one. I think some extreme fliers that you would hope get their name called for a touchdown today would be Kyle Juszczyk and LeSean McCoy. It’s going to be a fun one and I would imagine the 49er’s try to run as much as possible until the Chiefs force their hand to throw more passes.

Enjoy Super Bowl LIV this weekend and good luck in all your Fantasy Football contests! Feel free to reference the Targets and TD’s pages to see who has gotten the looks and end-zone appearances through the regular season. Give us a follow on Twitter @TargetsandTDs to stay current on last minute thoughts, analysis or injury updates prior to kickoff. We are also on Instagram and Pinterest now if you prefer to follow us there!

The NFL Inactives should be out 90 minutes prior to kickoff to assist with any up to game time decisions that you may have to make as well.

Good luck this week and enjoy the Super Bowl!

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