The Fantasy Football Touchdown Club
If you know fantasy football, you know touchdowns are king, no matter the format. These are the most consistent touchdown scorers in the league, year in and year out. In-depth research was done on all current skill position players who have made an impact in their careers. Mark my words, if you choose these guys you won’t lose because of touchdowns. This is the Fantasy Football Touchdown Club.
DeVonte Adams, WR, Green Bay Packers
He doesn’t have a long track record, but sometimes it takes a few years for a wide receiver to figure everything out. Over the last two seasons, Adams has scored twenty-two touchdowns and one of those seasons was mostly without Aaron Rodgers. Now that Adams is the number one target, his touchdown numbers could go off considering his chemistry with Rogers.
Antonio Brown, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers
It shouldn’t be hard to believe that the best receiver in the NFL scores a lot of touchdowns. He’s scored Fifty-two touchdowns over the last five seasons with ole Big Ben. Brown has great chemistry with Ben, who extends plays by maneuvering around in the pocket like no one else. Couple that with Brown being the best route runner in the league, and it’s no wonder he finds the end zone for touchdowns.
DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Houston Texans
Thirty-four touchdowns in the last four years without a consistent quarterback is astonishing. He’s so good he doesn’t need chemistry or consistent play from anyone else to score a touchdown. If Watson can stay healthy, we could see a major Hopkins breakout. Mark my words.
AJ Green, WR, Cincinnati Bengals
In the midst of a seven year Andy Dalton and Marvin Lewis plague, he’s still managed to score fifty-seven touchdowns during the span. He hasn’t had a huge catch season in a few years, but always makes up for it by scoring touchdowns.
Doug Baldwin, WR Seattle Seahawks
A very underrated fantasy receiver anyway, Baldwin’s touchdown production speaks for itself. Twenty-nine touchdowns in the last three seasons, and he’s Russell Wilson’s favorite target. Can’t go wrong taking this guy.
Michael Crabtree, WR, Baltimore Ravens
He never turned into the dominant receiver he was expected to be, and even fantasy owners often pass on him. Twenty-five touchdowns in the last three seasons speaks for him being a good receiver three or flex position player.
Todd Gurley, RB, Los Angeles Rams
In his three career seasons, Gurley has been up and down. Its hard for me to put too much value in Gurley until he proves consistency, but thirty-four touchdowns in those three seasons shows it doesn’t matter how the rest of his production looks.
David Johnson, RB, Arizona Cardinals
In twenty-two career starts Johnson has scored a total of thirty-two touchdowns. You are guaranteed a touchdown in every game he is on the field. Mark my words, Johnson is still the best RB in the NFL, and a top notch member of the Fantasy Football Touchdown Club.
Melvin Gordon, RB, Los Angeles Chargers
The Chargers have a feature back as long as Gordon stays healthy, so take him if he falls in your draft. Twenty-four touchdowns in two seasons is all I need to say.
Tom Brady, QB, New England Patriots
Tom is clearly the number one quarterback in my heart, but will always be my number one fantasy quarterback as well. Not only does he throw for over 4,000 yards every year no matter who plays receiver, he has a low of twenty-eight touchdown passes over the last eight years.
Russell Wilson, QB, Seattle Seahawks
This guy is something else when it comes to production. He’s scored 127 touchdowns in only six NFL seasons. That’s almost thirty touchdowns a year, and you can’t say that about many quarterbacks.
Philip Rivers, QB, Los Angeles Chargers
Over the last ten seasons, no one gets better than this guy as the year goes on and that means a lot of touchdowns in fantasy crunch time. He’s averaged over thirty touchdowns a year over the last TEN seasons.
Rob Gronkowski, TE, New England Patriots
Although he has struggled to stay healthy over his career, you can’t say he doesn’t score touchdowns. 76 touchdowns in 89 career starts show he’s a fitting member of the Fantasy Football Touchdown Club.
Jimmy Graham, TE, Green Bay Packers
Graham’s career has been a bumpy ride in terms of production and injuries, but he still produces the stat that matters most. Touchdowns! With 69 touchdowns in his 89 career starts, he’s only a smidge behind Gronk in production.
Kyle Rudolph, TE, Minnesota Vikings
Somewhat of a surprise to be on this list, Rudolph has shown solid consistency over the past three seasons, scoring 20 touchdowns. 15 of those in the past two shows he may be ready to make that next leap in production.