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Projections & Rankings Update – 9/2/14

By: — September 2, 2014 @ 1:08 am
Filed under: Forecast

Player Projections, Rankings & Cheatsheets
Change Log – 9/2/14

Final scheduled update of the year. Post roster cut to 53 players. A lot of movement at the bottom end of each position as teams fill out the back end of their rosters.


  • Matt Schaub (-30) – Whether our not Schuab’s elbow had anything to do with it, the Raiders are already looking towards the future.
  • Derek Carr (+25) – He gets the start Week 1 in Oakland and the Raiders hope he keeps the job for good.
  • EJ Manuel (-8) – You don’t pay Kyle Orton $5 million to ride the bench. Manuel should be avoided in fantasy drafts.

Running Backs

  • Ben Tate (+6) – The coaching staff thinks rookie Terrance West still needs some seasoning before he’s ready for a significant workload.
  • Knowshon Moreno (+6) – I flip-flopped Moreno and Miller this week. I think it’s only a matter of time before Moreno proves to be the better all-around RB.
  • Dan Herron / Isaiah Crowell / Latavius Murray – All No. 3 running backs got slight bumps. Sleeper material.

Wide Receivers

  • Michael Floyd (-1) – Bumped his projections down just a bit as John Brown looks like he’s going to be a significant part of the offense.
  • Miles Austin / Andrew Hawkins (+4) – They are your starting receivers in Cleveland, for what it’s worth.

Tight Ends

  • Rob Gronkowski (+1) – Gronk claims he’s going to play Week 1 in some capacity. Look for him to be limited early in the season.


  • Cairo Santos (#15) – Beat out Succop in Kansas City.
  • Ryan Succop (#28) – Signed by Tennessee.
  • Brandon McManus (#25) – Will kick for Denver while Prater serves his suspension.
  • Patrick Murray (#30) – Kicking for the Bucs.
  • Cody Parkey (#17) – Beat out Henery in Philadelphia.
  • The Saints apparently want to go for two every time.

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