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Regular Season, Updated: 7/12/18



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Legend:   Upside = Upside   Risk = Risk   ADP = Average Draft Position
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RUNNING BACKS
Chg Rank Player Tm Bye
  1 Todd Gurley LAR 12 1.01
  2 David Johnson ARI 9 1.04
  3 Le'Veon Bell PIT 7 1.02
  4 Ezekiel Elliott DAL 8 1.04
Tier 2
  5 Alvin Kamara NO 6 1.06
  6 Kareem Hunt KC 12 1.09
  7 Melvin Gordon LAC 8 1.10
8 Saquon Barkley NYG 9 1.06
  9 Dalvin Cook MIN 10 2.01
Tier 3
  10 Leonard Fournette JAC 9 1.08
  11 Devonta Freeman ATL 8 2.03
  12 Joe Mixon CIN 9 2.11
Tier 4
  13 Jordan Howard CHI 5 2.06
  14 Jerick McKinnon SF 11 2.09
  15 Derrius Guice WAS 4 3.08
16 LeSean McCoy BUF 11 2.06
  17 Alex Collins BAL 10 3.12
  18 Jay Ajayi PHI 9 3.05
  19 Christian McCaffrey CAR 4 3.01
  20 Derrick Henry TEN 8 3.02
Tier 5
  21 Lamar Miller HOU 10 4.06
  22 Marlon Mack IND 9 7.01
  23 Marshawn Lynch OAK 7 5.12
  24 Dion Lewis TEN 8 6.02
  25 Kenyan Drake MIA 11 4.04
  26 Tevin Coleman ATL 8 6.09
  27 Mark Ingram NO 6 4.10
  28 Sony Michel NE 11 5.03
  29 Rashaad Penny SEA 7 4.01
  30 Duke Johnson CLE 11 11.06
  31 Isaiah Crowell NYJ 11 8.04
  32 Ty Montgomery GB 7 9.11
  33 Devontae Booker DEN 10 11.07
  34 Royce Freeman DEN 10 5.04
  35 Chris Thompson WAS 4 9.02
  36 Kerryon Johnson DET 6 7.02
  37 Rex Burkhead NE 11 7.09
  38 Ronald Jones TB 5 5.06
  39 Carlos Hyde CLE 11 6.05
Tier 6
  40 Bilal Powell NYJ 11 13.08
  41 D'Onta Foreman HOU 10 9.07
  42 Jamaal Williams GB 7 9.09
  43 Giovani Bernard CIN 9 13.08
  44 Javorius Allen BAL 10 -
  45 Frank Gore MIA 11 14.05
  46 Latavius Murray MIN 10 11.12
  47 James White NE 11 -
  48 C.J. Anderson CAR 4 8.06
  49 Corey Clement PHI 9 10.05
  50 Tarik Cohen CHI 5 7.12
  51 Theo Riddick DET 6 -
  52 Chris Ivory BUF 11 -
  53 Matt Breida SF 11 14.02
  54 Austin Ekeler LAC 8 -
  55 Corey Grant JAC 9 -
  56 Wayne Gallman NYG 9 -
Tier 7
  57 Peyton Barber TB 5 -
  58 Nick Chubb CLE 11 8.04
  59 Nyheim Hines IND 9 12.08
  60 Rod Smith DAL 8 -
  61 Chris Carson SEA 7 11.09
  62 Darren Sproles PHI 9 -
  63 Aaron Jones GB 7 7.06
  64 LeGarrette Blount DET 6 8.12
  65 DeAndre Washington OAK 7 -
  66 Doug Martin OAK 7 10.11
  67 Elijah McGuire NYJ 11 -
  68 T.J. Yeldon JAC 9 -
  69 Malcolm Brown LAR 12 -
  70 Charles Sims TB 5 -
  71 Jonathan Stewart NYG 9 -
  72 Jacquizz Rodgers TB 5 -
  73 Samaje Perine WAS 4 -
  74 Jalen Richard OAK 7 -
  75 Jordan Wilkins IND 9 -
  76 Chase Edmonds ARI 9 -
  77 Spencer Ware KC 12 13.12
Tier 8
  78 Robert Turbin IND 9 -
  79 Kenneth Dixon BAL 10 13.02
  80 Mike Davis SEA 7 -
  81 Jeremy Hill NE 11 -
  82 Kyle Juszczyk SF 11 -
  83 J.D. McKissic SEA 7 -
  84 Boston Scott NO 6 -
  85 James Conner PIT 7 -
  86 Damien Williams KC 12 -
  87 Cameron Artis-Payne CAR 4 -
  88 John Kelly LAR 12 -
  89 Kalen Ballage MIA 11 -
  90 Jaylen Samuels PIT 7 -
  91 Mark Walton CIN 9 -
  92 Ito Smith ATL 8 -
  93 Jonathan Williams NO 6 -
  94 De'Angelo Henderson DEN 10 -
  95 Bo Scarbrough DAL 8 -
  96 Alfred Blue HOU 10 -
  97 Alex Armah CAR 4 -
  98 Elijhaa Penny ARI 9 -
  99 Travaris Cadet BUF 11 -
  100 Stevan Ridley PIT 7 -
  101 Mack Brown MIN 10 -
  102 Wendell Smallwood PHI 9 -
  103 Anthony Sherman KC 12 -
  104 Tion Green DET 6 -
  105 Mike Gillislee NE 11 -
  106 David Fluellen TEN 8 -
  107 C.J. Ham MIN 10 -
  108 Paul Perkins NYG 9 -
  109 C.J. Prosise SEA 7 -
  110 Thomas Rawls NYJ 11 -
  111 Zach Line NO 6 -
  112 Derek Watt LAC 8 -
  113 Nick Bawden DET 6 -
  114 Marcus Murphy BUF 11 -
  115 Tyler Ervin HOU 10 -
  116 Trey Edmunds NO 6 -
  117 Brian Hill CIN 9 -
  118 Senorise Perry MIA 11 -
  119 Fitzgerald Toussaint PIT 7 -
  120 Ameer Abdullah DET 6 -
 
COMMENTS
  Todd Gurley, LAR: Sean McVay's offense turned Gurley into the stud we thought he could be. A top 5 overall pick any format.

  David Johnson, ARI: Over the wrist injury, D.J. is back in the mix as a top 5 overall pick. 20 TDs in 2016.

  Le'Veon Bell, PIT: Bell skipped the entire pre-season last year and finished as the fantasy RB2. He's worthy of the No.1 overall pick.

  Ezekiel Elliott, DAL: Lack of proven commodities at receiver means the offense will run through Zeke. He's a top-5 pick in any format.

  Alvin Kamara, NO: Kamara's insane efficiency: 12.6 touches per game, 1554 combined yards, 13 TDs - 1.15 FPts per touch (standard scoring) and 1.56 FPts (PPR scoring).

  Kareem Hunt, KC: 325 touches last season classifies Hunt as a workhorse back. Should see similar usage with perhaps a slight uptick in receptions.

  Melvin Gordon, LAC: Inefficient? Sure. However Gordon's volume and 24 total TDs the last two seasons make him a solid RB1.

Saquon Barkley, NYG: The rookie should be leaned on heavily. Has the chops to play all three downs. Likely a first round pick in redraft leagues.

  Dalvin Cook, MIN: Cook (ACL) handled 75 percent of Vikings RB carries before knee injury. Likely won't get full workload to start the season.

  Leonard Fournette, JAC: Fournette should maintain his low-end RB1 status with upside for more if he can play all 16 games.

  Devonta Freeman, ATL: Coming off late-season knee issues, Freeman will likely be limited in early-summer workouts.

  Joe Mixon, CIN: Should start the season as featured back and see a bump in usage (178 carries in 2017). Mid-RB2 value.

  Jordan Howard, CHI: Should be the featured back, but will likely cede third-down work to Cohen. Averaged 1217 rush yards over first two years.

  Jerick McKinnon, SF: McKinnon's volume is expected to increase. Will share time with Breida but be the lead back in Shanahan's offense.

  Derrius Guice, WAS: Should start from Day1. Expected to be an early-down pounder according HC Gruden. RB2 upside.

LeSean McCoy, BUF: McCoy is being accused of domestic violence. NFL is investigating.

  Alex Collins, BAL: Collins made a name for himself last season but the Ravens backfield remains crowded with Buck Allen and Kenneth Dixon.

  Jay Ajayi, PHI: Should lead the Eagles in rushing attempts. 15-17 touches per game is reasonable given the Eagles RBBC.

  Christian McCaffrey, CAR: Will see most of Carolina's 3rd down snaps and a decent chunk or early-down snaps too. Value jumps in PPR leagues.

  Derrick Henry, TEN: Thoughts of Henry being a three-down workhorse were dashed when team signed Dion Lewis this off-season.

  Lamar Miller, HOU: Miller saw a reduced role in 2017, but should make a significant contribution regardless of Foreman's health.

  Marlon Mack, IND: Mack is penciled in as the lead back, but a RBBC is expected.

  Marshawn Lynch, OAK: Lynch (32) is the lead dog in a crowded RB room. He'll do well to return RB2 value at the end of the season.

  Dion Lewis, TEN: Expected to share time with Henry. Will see some early down work, but should play the majority of third-downs.

  Kenyan Drake, MIA: Took over the starting RB role in Week 13 last season. Averaged 4.8 yards per carry to close out the year.

  Tevin Coleman, ATL: Coleman's role in the offense is secure making him a target in the middle rounds of redraft leagues.

  Mark Ingram, NO: Ingram (4-game suspension) could come at a value in re-draft leagues as fantasy owners drool over Kamara.

  Sony Michel, NE: As if the Patriots didn't have enough options in the backfield. Adding the rookie further complicates the situation for fantasy owners.

  Rashaad Penny, SEA: Should land starting job as a rookie. The offense will still run through Wilson but Penny could return RB2 value.

  Duke Johnson, CLE: Duke finished 4th-6th-4th in RB receptions the last 3 years. Should see plenty of dump-offs in Haley's offense. Most valuable in PPR leagues.

  Isaiah Crowell, NYJ: Should step into an early-down role but will be part of a RBBC. Upside is capped.

  Ty Montgomery, GB: With Montgomery healthy, the Packers have 3 capable RBs causing headaches for fantasy owners. Perhaps a switch back to WR?

  Devontae Booker, DEN: Expected to head into training camp as the lead back. Will battle rookie Royce Freeman for starting job.

  Royce Freeman, DEN: Broncos will have a new look at RB this season including the rookie Freeman. Will do most damage on early downs.

  Chris Thompson, WAS: Established himself as one of the best third-down RBs in the league. Value increased in PPR leagues.

  Kerryon Johnson, DET: RBBC in effect. The rookie will fight for carries with Blount. Lions had second-fewest rushing attempts last season.

  Rex Burkhead, NE: Burkhead will have value at some point in the season. Identifying that point will be a challenge.

  Ronald Jones, TB: Rookie has a chance to become the lead back in Tampa's offense. Can be considered a high upside RB2.

  Carlos Hyde, CLE: Hyde will get first crack to make an impact in the Cleveland backfield. Upside is capped with Duke and Chubb in the mix.

  Bilal Powell, NYJ: Will be sharing time with Crowell and McGuire, capping his fantasy upside.

  D'Onta Foreman, HOU: Foreman (Achilles) will likely be limited in camp. Could share duties with Miller early in the season.

  Jamaal Williams, GB: Williams saw 20+ plus touches six times from Week 10 on. He'll battle with Jones and Montgomery for RB snaps.

  Giovani Bernard, CIN: Cincy's best receiving back will play second fiddle to Mixon. Has Flex appeal in PPR leagues. 49-39-43 receptions last 3 years.

  Javorius Allen, BAL: A dual threat option, Allen has more value in PPR leagues. 46 catches in 2017.

  Frank Gore, MIA: The 35 year-old has fantasy finishes the last 5 years (standard scoring) of: RB20, RB12, RB11, RB16, RB13.

  Latavius Murray, MIN: Will likely see his workload reduced, but should have role as No.2 option behind Cook.

  James White, NE: White seems locked into his role as a pass-catching specialist. He's had more receptions than rushes during his four years in the league.

  C.J. Anderson, CAR: Anderson replaces J-Stew as early-down pounder. Could lead team in carries but will trail McCaffrey in fantasy value.

  Corey Clement, PHI: Has earned more playing time after scoring 6 TDs in limited opportunities last season. Late-round flier or waiver wire add.

  Tarik Cohen, CHI: Cohen will be a swiss army knife in OC Matt Nagy's offense. Had 53 receptions as a rookie.

  Theo Riddick, DET: Riddick locked in as third-down specialist. Has posted back-to-back 53-catch seasons.

  Peyton Barber, TB: Expect Barber and rookie Ronald Jones to share the load in Tampa. Barber will come at a cheaper cost.

  Nick Chubb, CLE: Will have tough time cracking fantasy relevance with Hyde and Duke ahead of him. Could spell Hyde on early-downs.

  Darren Sproles, PHI: Sproles is another cog in the Eagles three-headed RBBC. Feel good stories on his usage are abound but he's only a late-round flier at age 30.

  Aaron Jones, GB: Will server 2-game suspension. Had the best yards per carry (5.5) of any Packers RB last season.

  LeGarrette Blount, DET: Blount will be a TD-dependent fantasy asset. Unfortunately the Lions are decidedly a pass-first team.

  Doug Martin, OAK: Martin will be fighting for opportunities with Washington and Richard behind starter Marshawn Lynch.