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2022 Fantasy Football Stacks

2022 Fantasy Football Stacks: Ranking all 32 Teams The draft season is here, so it’s time to look at the top 2022 fantasy football stacks by ranking all 32 teams in 2022. Stacking, or pairing multiple players from one NFL […]

2022 Fantasy Football Stacks: Ranking all 32 Teams

The draft season is here, so it’s time to look at the top 2022 fantasy football stacks by ranking all 32 teams in 2022. Stacking, or pairing multiple players from one NFL team, has become all the rage in fantasy football. Especially in best-ball leagues.

It’s not a strategy without risk, but loading up on the top offensive teams can lead to high-scoring rosters. But not all teams should necessarily be stacked and many have non-traditional QB/WR1 pairings.

For those looking to stack teams this season, here are the rankings for all NFL teams. I’ve included each quarterback with their top-3 fantasy options per FFWC high-stakes advanced ADP. I also included a contingency, late-round pick from each squad, as some stacks will be extremely hard to accomplish in standard 12-team drafts.

Elite Fantasy Football Stacks

Los Angeles Chargers

Justin Herbert62.2Austin Ekeler (RB)5.8Keenan Allen (WR)23.8Mike Williams (WR)33Josh Palmer (WR)139.6

The Chargers are loaded with phenomenal young talent, so much so that it would be difficult to build a QB-RB-WR stack, but not impossible. Austin Ekeler would have to be nabbed in Round One, while Keenan Allen is usually selected late in the 2nd. If you miss out on Allen, Mike Williams is a good consolation prize. In FFWC high-stakes drafts, Justin Herbert is currently QB2, so be prepared to take him early. WR3 Josh Palmer could be a sleeper to top 60 grabs and Gerald Everett is poised to be a late-round gem.

Cincinnati Bengals

Joe Burrow104.3Ja’Marr Chase (WR)5.5Joe Mixon (RB)14Tee Higgins (WR)23.5Tyler Boyd (WR)104.9

No issues ranking the Bengals ahead of the Chargers. Both rosters are loaded with elite young playmakers. Only a lucky break or two with a late draft slot would allow fantasy managers to start Ja’Marr Chase and Joe Mixon. More likely, a Mixon/Tee Higgins stack would be more feasible. Tyler Boyd might be the top WR3 in the league. Another name to remember is TE Hayden Hurst, who was a top-10 fantasy starter in 2020.

Buffalo Bills

Josh Allen40.2Stefon Diggs (WR)11.2Gabriel Davis (WR)53.2Devin Singletary (RB)84.4James Cook (RB)96.3

Josh Allen/Stefon Diggs stack is going to win plenty of leagues in 2022. Of course, building it means committing an early draft pick on Allen and potentially bypassing running backs. Interestingly, Buffalo themselves have an excellent dead-zone RB sleeper in Devin Singletary. It won’t be easy to secure both Buffalo backs but an Allen/Diggs/Singletary stack would be money. Gabriel Davis also works as the WR2 if you miss out on Diggs, and slot man Jamison Crowder is a significant upgrade over Cole Beasley. Also, the Bills enter this season as the Super Bowl favorites and have a roster loaded with fantasy football stacking potential. Load up early and often.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tom Brady109.6Mike Evans (WR)15.3Leonard Fournette (RB)19.9Russell Gage (WR)62.5Chris Godwin (WR)63.7

Even with Chris Godwin looking very iffy, the Bucs still offer No. 1 overall upside. Tampa ran the third-most snaps per game in 2021 and should be fine with Byron Leftwich calling plays. Tom Brady to Mike Evans has resulted in 27 combined TDs since 2020. If Godwin misses time, as expected, that duo should once again be among the league leaders. Leonard Fournette was a league-winner last season but was allowed to test free agency and reportedly adhered to the Eddie Lacy offseason conditioning plan. That and the presence of Rachaad White makes Fournette somewhat risky. Tampa signed Russell Gage to a 3-year, $30 million deal for a reason. Gage is going to be heavily involved and makes for a terrific stack with Brady for fantasy managers who miss out on Evans. Keep an eye on the starting tight end battle in camp. Tight Ends Kyle Rudolph, Cameron Brate, and rookie Cade Otton offer a ton of late-round upside.

Los Angeles Rams

Matthew Stafford128.5Cooper Kupp (WR)3.5Cam Akers (RB)40.6Allen Robinson (WR)45.2Tyler Higbee (TE)177.1

The defending champions have the potential to be better in 2022 after signing Allen Robinson. Anyone who paired Matthew Stafford with Cooper Kupp last season knows the benefits of loading up on Sean McVay-led squads. Robinson’s ADP has slowly crept up but he’ll be a popular stack with Stafford. I have expressed my reservations about Cam Akers and remain convinced McVay is going to use more of a committee backfield than he showed in the postseason. Moreover, LA had the league’s top pass-blocking line last season per PFF and is among the early favorites. With the and mostly back together, the Rams remain a good team to invest in.

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