Not all leagues are created equal, and not all of them have starting spots designated for Flex players. But for those that do, we offer two versions of our Top 150 rank lists: One for standard formats and one for PPR formats. You might notice some peculiar rankings here, and that's because these are based solely from my weekly projections -- not an average of multiple points of view. So if a tight end is projected to get 20 yards and a touchdown, he'll be equal to a quality running back projected for 80 total yards. Thus, use these rankings as a starting point for your weekly research and use your own judgment to determine who you should consider starting.
Week 17 highlight: As we did last week, we've included Vikings QB Joe Webb in our flex rankings for those owners who can start him as a receiver. Coming off a strong performance on Tuesday at Philadelphia, Webb might have a future in this league. A Week 17 matchup at Detroit should suit him well -- the Lions have allowed at least one touchdown in all but two games this season and 23 total on the year. With Webb proving to be adept at passing (16 of 26 passing, 7.5 yards per attempt) and clearly able to run away from defenders (at least 30 rush yards and a touchdown in each of his last two games), he's got a good shot at putting up good numbers against the Lions ... if he starts.
Look out for our Flex rankings every Tuesday with an update (including players returning to health) every Friday throughout the season.