Matthew Berry's 2016 fantasy football rankings

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NOTE: This file will be updated throughout the offseason, so please check back for the latest updates.

Here's my current take on positional rankings for the 2016 fantasy football season, using ESPN 10-team league standard scoring (in other words, no PPR, two RBs, two WRs, a TE and one flex). Much will change between now and August, of course. As you check these ranks, always look for the "time stamp," which is the date and time the ranks were last updated.

As always, feel free to tell me who I am too high on, too low on and what else I completely botched on Twitter (@matthewberrytmr), Facebook (facebook.com/matthewberrytmr) and Instagram (instagram.com/matthewberrytmr). I'll do a comprehensive top 200 soon, but for now here we go with the positional ranks. (Updated May 18)

Matthew Berry -- the Talented Mr. Roto - ranks you No. 1 in his heart. Berry is a paid spokesman for DraftKings.com and the creator of RotoPass.com, a website that combines a bunch of well-known fantasy sites, including ESPN Insider, for one low price.