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Regular Season, Updated: 9/5/2022

Projections:  QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DEF | DL | LB | DB

Rankings with Outlooks:  QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DL | LB | DB

Rankings:  Top 225 | QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DEF | DL | LB | DB | Print | MFL Power

Options:  Non-PPR | Half-PPR | PPR

Upside = Upside   Risk = Risk

ADP: Average Draft Position (Consensus)
Chg Rk Player Tm Bye ADP
  1 Jonathan Taylor IND 14 RB1
Tier 2
  2 Derrick Henry TEN 6 RB4
  3 Christian McCaffrey CAR 13 RB2
  4 Austin Ekeler LAC 8 RB3
  5 Dalvin Cook MIN 7 RB5
  6 Joe Mixon CIN 10 RB7
7 Najee Harris PIT 9 RB6
Tier 3
8 Alvin Kamara NO 14 RB8
  9 Nick Chubb CLE 9 RB10
  10 Leonard Fournette TB 11 RB14
  11 Saquon Barkley NYG 9 RB11
  12 James Conner ARI 13 RB16
13 Javonte Williams DEN 9 RB12
Tier 4
  14 Aaron Jones GB 14 RB13
  15 D'Andre Swift DET 6 RB9
  16 Elijah Mitchell SF 9 RB21
  17 Ezekiel Elliott DAL 9 RB15
  18 David Montgomery CHI 14 RB19
  19 Cam Akers LAR 7 RB18
  20 Breece Hall NYJ 10 RB20
  21 Damien Harris NE 10 RB33
Tier 5
  22 J.K. Dobbins BAL 10 RB24
  23 Dameon Pierce HOU 6 RB27
  24 Travis Etienne JAC 11 RB17
  25 Cordarrelle Patterson ATL 14 RB31
  26 Josh Jacobs LV 6 RB22
  27 Miles Sanders PHI 7 RB34
  28 AJ Dillon GB 14 RB23
  29 Clyde Edwards-Helaire KC 8 RB26
  30 Rhamondre Stevenson NE 10 RB36
  31 Antonio Gibson WAS 14 RB25
  32 Tony Pollard DAL 9 RB29
  33 Devin Singletary BUF 7 RB30
  34 Rashaad Penny SEA 11 RB32
Tier 6
  35 Chase Edmonds MIA 11 RB28
  36 Kareem Hunt CLE 9 RB35
  37 Melvin Gordon DEN 9 RB38
  38 Michael Carter NYJ 10 RB41
  39 Kenneth Walker SEA 11 RB37
  40 James Robinson JAC 11 RB40
  41 Jamaal Williams DET 6 RB51
  42 Raheem Mostert MIA 11 RB49
  43 James Cook BUF 7 RB39
  44 Nyheim Hines IND 14 RB44
  45 Alexander Mattison MIN 7 RB43
  46 Kenneth Gainwell PHI 7 RB45
  47 Darrell Henderson LAR 7 RB42
  48 Rachaad White TB 11 RB46
  49 J.D. McKissic WAS 14 RB54
Tier 7
  50 Mark Ingram NO 14 RB55
  51 Brian Robinson Jr. WAS 14 RB48
  52 Gus Edwards BAL 10 RB69
  53 Khalil Herbert CHI 14 RB50
  54 Tyler Allgeier ATL 14 RB47
  55 D'Onta Foreman CAR 13 RB56
  56 Rex Burkhead HOU 6 RB75
  57 Boston Scott PHI 7 -
  58 Zamir White LV 6 RB53
  59 Jeff Wilson SF 9 RB61
  60 Eno Benjamin ARI 13 RB64
  61 Damien Williams ATL 14 -
  62 Samaje Perine CIN 10 -
  63 Jerick McKinnon KC 8 RB68
  64 Tyrion Davis-Price SF 9 RB59
  65 Isiah Pacheco KC 8 RB62
  66 Matt Breida NYG 9 -
  67 Dontrell Hilliard TEN 6 RB66
  68 Sony Michel LAC 8 RB70
  69 Ameer Abdullah LV 6 RB67
  70 Isaiah Spiller LAC 8 RB52
  71 D'Ernest Johnson CLE 9 -
  72 Chris Evans CIN 10 -
  73 Travis Homer SEA 11 -
  74 Ke'Shawn Vaughn TB 11 RB73
  75 Mike Davis BAL 10 RB57
  76 Chuba Hubbard CAR 13 RB60
  77 Hassan Haskins TEN 6 RB71
Tier 8
  78 Ronald Jones KC 8 RB65
  79 Darrel Williams ARI 13 RB58
  80 Jaylen Warren PIT 9 -
  81 Kenyan Drake BAL 10 RB63
  82 Joshua Kelley LAC 8 -
  83 Benny Snell PIT 9 -
  84 Brandon Bolden LV 6 -
  85 Gary Brightwell NYG 9 -
  86 Ty Montgomery NE 10 -
  87 Myles Gaskin MIA 11 RB72
  88 Zack Moss BUF 7 -
  89 Snoop Conner JAC 11 -
  90 Tony Jones NO 14 -
  91 Craig Reynolds DET 6 -
  92 Kyren Williams LAR 7 -
  93 Kyle Juszczyk SF 9 -
  94 Giovani Bernard TB 11 -
  Jonathan Taylor, IND: Will be the No.1 pick in most leagues. 32 TDs in his first two seasons.

  Derrick Henry, TEN: Coming off foot injury. Had 219 rushing attempts in 8 games last season.

  Christian McCaffrey, CAR: 10 games played in last two years. Still, volume and talent makes him one the first players off the board.

  Austin Ekeler, LAC: Ekeler's been campaigning for someone to help take the load off. 20 TDs in 2021. PPR monster.

  Dalvin Cook, MIN: Three-straight 1100-yard-plus rushing seasons. Only 6 TDs last season.

  Joe Mixon, CIN: Coming off his best season as a pro. 1205 yds and 13 TDs rushing were career highs.

Najee Harris, PIT: Got all the volume last season. No reason to think this season will be any different.

Alvin Kamara, NO: Arrest this off-season could lead to a suspension but may not happen until after the season.

  Nick Chubb, CLE: Averaged at least 5 yards per carry in each of his first four seasons. Usage in pass game is lacking.

  Leonard Fournette, TB: Inline for a big season if he can stay healthy. 69 receptions in 2021.

  Saquon Barkley, NYG: New scheme is what Barkley needed. Rookie year (2018) remains his high-water mark.

  James Conner, ARI: 18 TDs in 2021. Virtually no competition. Setup for a big season if he can stay healthy.

Javonte Williams, DEN: After splitting time almost evenly with Gordon, everyone is looking for Javonte to be the lead back.

  Aaron Jones, GB: Packers could be run-heavy without additions to receiving corps.

  D'Andre Swift, DET: Swift's dual threat ability can land him in the top 10 (PPR) if he remains healthy.

  Elijah Mitchell, SF: Hamstring injury is causing him to miss preseason action. Comes into 2022 as lead back on a run-heavy team.

  Ezekiel Elliott, DAL: More of an RB2 with Tony Pollard demanding more opportunities.

  David Montgomery, CHI: Volume-based back hovering in the middle of RB2 range but lacks upside.

  Cam Akers, LAR: Remarkable recovery from Achilles injury. Expected to be the lead back in 2022.

  Breece Hall, NYJ: 2nd round draft pick that likely will start Week 1. Will share time with Michael Carter.

  Damien Harris, NE: The lead back on a team that had 24 rushing TDs last season. Lack of receiving makes him a better option in Non-PPR leagues.

  J.K. Dobbins, BAL: Coming off ACL injury. Team is being cautious with him during camp. BAL should lead the league in rushing.

  Dameon Pierce, HOU: Marlon Mack released, clears the way for Pierce to start Week 1.

  Travis Etienne, JAC: Foot injury killed rookie season. Should be the lead back with Robinson rehabbing Achilles injury.

  Cordarrelle Patterson, ATL: Age (31) is a concern. Will his rushing be scaled back?

  Josh Jacobs, LV: Could be last year with Raiders. Will still be the lead back as they break-in the rookies.

  Miles Sanders, PHI: Sanders will be a huge discussion point this Summer. Zero rushing TDs was a fluke but volume concerns are real.

  AJ Dillon, GB: 2021 effort in the passing game is huge for his upside.

  Clyde Edwards-Helaire, KC: Battled injuries in Year 1 & 2. Still better than Ronald Jones.

  Rhamondre Stevenson, NE: Better receiver than Harris but will be volatile due to No.2 role.

  Antonio Gibson, WAS: Resigning of McKissic and drafting of rookie doesn't bode well for Gibson's fantasy outlook. More RB2 than RB1.

  Tony Pollard, DAL: Would be an easy RB1 with Zeke out of the picture.

  Devin Singletary, BUF: Likely to split time with Cook. Split role keeps a cap on his upside.

  Rashaad Penny, SEA: Came on strong the last five games of the season. Expected to start Week 1.

  Chase Edmonds, MIA: A better version of Myles Gaskin. Should be the lead back in Miami.

  Kareem Hunt, CLE: Can hold RB2 value when healthy despite playing behind Chubb.

  Melvin Gordon, DEN: Played well last season. Will be a thorn in the side of Javonte Williams.

  Michael Carter, NYJ: Will play second fiddle to Hall but should be involved after decent rookie season.

  Kenneth Walker, SEA: Rookie had a "procedure" mid-way through August. Back by Week 1?

  James Robinson, JAC: Achilles injury in late December. Will likely start the year behind Etienne.

  Jamaal Williams, DET: Not as dynamic as Swift but worth a bench spot.

  Raheem Mostert, MIA: Hasn't shown much in the passing game. Missed most of 2021 with knee issues. Sony Michel waiting in the wings.

  James Cook, BUF: Pass-catching ability should earn him snaps beginning Week 1. Could take over lead role by mid-season.

  Nyheim Hines, IND: No.2 back in Indy has value, especially in PPR leagues.

  Alexander Mattison, MIN: Late-round option due to his immediate rise to RB1 value when Cook is injured.

  Kenneth Gainwell, PHI: Has value given the heavy rushing game plan in Philadelphia. Boston Scott also in the mix.

  Darrell Henderson, LAR: Better suited as the 1B than the 1A. Late-round worthy.

  Rachaad White, TB: Rookie could carve out a role late in the season or with a Fournette injury.

  J.D. McKissic, WAS: Pass-catching option was courted by Buffalo before returning to Washington.

  Mark Ingram, NO: Back in his familiar role as Kamara's backup. Late-round option.

  Brian Robinson Jr., WAS: Terrible shooting incident leaves the rookie's status up in the air.

  Gus Edwards, BAL: Coming off ACL injury. Not expected to be ready Week 1.

  Khalil Herbert, CHI: No.2 behind Montgomery but showed some promise as a rookie.

  D'Onta Foreman, CAR: Decent showing in Tennessee last season. Will battle Chuba Hubbard for snaps.

  Jeff Wilson, SF: RB room loses Sermon and Hasty leaving Wilson and rookie Tyrion Davis-Price.

  Matt Breida, NYG: Daboll familiar with Breida from their time in Buffalo.

  Dontrell Hilliard, TEN: Played well last season with Henry out.

  Isaiah Spiller, LAC: Signing of Sony Michel plus ankle injury has deflated his value.

  Ronald Jones, KC: Losing value to Isiah Pacheco.