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Fantasy Football: Depth charts for all 32 NFL teams

2MAGC1G New York Jets wide receiver Garrett Wilson (17) reacts after scoring the game winning touchdown during an NFL football game against the Cleveland Browns, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Kirk Irwin)

• Rosters set at 53: All 32 teams have cut their rosters from their 90-player training camp limit to the mandatory 53.

• Rookies could still move up: Several rookies find themselves further down the depth chart than they will be by the end of the season.

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Fantasy football depth charts are a snapshot of where teams currently stand, as they are heavily based on how teams used their players in the preseason and are not a projection of where things are most likely to end up. Several rookies should work their way up the depth charts between now and Week 1.

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Greg Dortch remains a clear fifth on the Cardinals' depth chart: This was a clear trend through the preseason.

  • Dortch didn’t start playing until the middle of the second quarter of preseason Week 2, after Marquise Brown, Michael Wilson and Rondale Moore stopped playing.
  • The Cardinals rested their top four wide receivers in Week 3, which meant Dortch started.
  • In the preseason finale, some teams started some key veterans but only played them a drive or two, but Dortch continued to play into the second quarter.
  • The only good note is that he played in 12 personnel as well as playing in the slot in three-receiver sets, so he isn’t just Rondale Moore’s backup.
  • Dortch is still clearly ahead of everyone lower on the depth chart, so his job isn’t in jeopardy.


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