The 2015 NFL Draft is coming up, so the fantasy value of several players is going to experience an inevitable increase or decrease based on who their teams select. We'll likely also see some trades go down (could Adrian Peterson be headed for Dallas?), which could alter the current landscape for 2015.
For now, you'll notice a lot of running backs at the top of my new Top 100. That shouldn't be a surprise, though, as the position isn't deep. That's part of the reason Le'Veon Bell fell just one spot despite a three-game suspension. The hope is that the draft will inject some depth with the addition of rookies like Todd Gurley, Melvin Gordon, Ameer Abdullah and Duke Johnson (to name a few).
You'll also notice a lack of quarterbacks in the first 25 picks. That's because this isn't a list based on production alone ... it's based on production, positional depth and draft strategy. Sure you could draft Aaron Rodgers in Round 1, but I would argue that I can get a No. 1 quarterback as late as Round 10. Can you make that argument at running back or wide receiver? The answer is no.
Here's the new Top 100 for your reading enjoyment.