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Regular Season, Updated: 9/7/2023

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

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Chg Rk Player Tm Bye ADP
  1 Christian McCaffrey SF 9 RB1
  2 Austin Ekeler LAC 5 RB2
Tier 2
  3 Nick Chubb CLE 5 RB5
  4 Derrick Henry TEN 7 RB8
  5 Tony Pollard DAL 7 RB7
  6 Saquon Barkley NYG 13 RB4
  7 Bijan Robinson ATL 11 RB3
Tier 3
  8 Josh Jacobs LV 13 RB6
  9 Aaron Jones GB 6 RB16
  10 Najee Harris PIT 6 RB9
  11 Kenneth Walker SEA 5 RB14
  12 Rhamondre Stevenson NE 11 RB11
  13 Travis Etienne JAC 9 RB10
  14 Alexander Mattison MIN 13 RB21
  15 Breece Hall NYJ 7 RB19
  16 Joe Mixon CIN 7 RB13
  17 Jahmyr Gibbs DET 9 RB12
  18 Dameon Pierce HOU 7 RB15
  19 J.K. Dobbins BAL 13 RB18
Tier 4
  20 Cam Akers LAR 10 RB22
  21 James Conner ARI 14 RB24
  22 Rachaad White TB 5 RB27
  23 Alvin Kamara NO 11 RB26
  24 Miles Sanders CAR 7 RB20
  25 Isiah Pacheco KC 10 RB30
  26 D'Andre Swift PHI 10 RB29
  27 James Cook BUF 13 RB25
  28 Jonathan Taylor IND 11 RB17
  29 Samaje Perine DEN 9 RB38
  30 AJ Dillon GB 6 RB32
Tier 5
  31 Javonte Williams DEN 9 RB23
  32 David Montgomery DET 9 RB31
  33 Rashaad Penny PHI 10 RB39
  34 Khalil Herbert CHI 13 RB33
  35 Dalvin Cook NYJ 7 RB28
  36 Antonio Gibson WAS 14 RB34
  37 Raheem Mostert MIA 10 RB41
  38 Brian Robinson Jr. WAS 14 RB35
  39 Jamaal Williams NO 11 RB36
Tier 6
  40 Elijah Mitchell SF 9 RB42
  41 Zach Charbonnet SEA 5 RB37
  42 Jaylen Warren PIT 6 RB43
  43 Devon Achane MIA 10 RB40
  44 Tyler Allgeier ATL 11 RB48
  45 D'Onta Foreman CHI 13 RB49
  46 Gus Edwards BAL 13 RB62
  47 Devin Singletary HOU 7 RB53
  48 Jerick McKinnon KC 10 RB45
  49 Ezekiel Elliott NE 11 RB44
  50 Tank Bigsby JAC 9 RB47
  51 Damien Harris BUF 13 RB46
  52 Leonard Fournette FA - RB72
  53 Kenneth Gainwell PHI 10 RB51
  54 Tyjae Spears TEN 7 RB56
Tier 7
  55 Jeff Wilson MIA 10 RB58
  56 Jerome Ford CLE 5 RB70
  57 Kendre Miller NO 11 RB55
  58 Joshua Kelley LAC 5 RB66
  59 Chuba Hubbard CAR 7 RB57
  60 Roschon Johnson CHI 13 RB50
  61 Cordarrelle Patterson ATL 11 RB65
  62 Chase Brown CIN 7 RB68
  63 Clyde Edwards-Helaire KC 10 RB64
  64 Zamir White LV 13 RB63
65 Chase Edmonds TB 5 RB73
  66 Deuce Vaughn DAL 7 RB54
  67 Kyren Williams LAR 10 RB59
  68 Michael Carter NYJ 7 -
  69 Keaontay Ingram ARI 14 RB74
  70 Matt Breida NYG 13 -
Tier 8
  71 Deon Jackson IND 11 RB61
  72 Ty Chandler MIN 13 RB67
  73 Chris Evans CIN 7 -
  74 Rico Dowdle DAL 7 RB75
75 Sean Tucker TB 5 RB71
  76 Evan Hull IND 11 RB69
  77 Pierre Strong Jr. CLE 5 -
  78 Trayveon Williams CIN 7 -
  79 Zack Moss IND 11 RB60
  80 Isaiah Spiller LAC 5 -
  81 D'Ernest Johnson JAC 9 -
  82 Ameer Abdullah LV 13 -
  83 Zach Evans LAR 10 -
  84 Ronald Jones DAL 7 -
  85 Ke'Shawn Vaughn TB 5 -
  86 Boston Scott PHI 10 -
  87 DeeJay Dallas SEA 5 -
  88 Mike Boone HOU 7 -
  89 Jaleel McLaughlin DEN 9 -
  90 Israel Abanikanda NYJ 7 -
  91 Kene Nwangwu MIN 13 -
Tier 9
  92 Anthony McFarland Jr. PIT 6 -
  93 Jordan Mason SF 9 -
  94 Latavius Murray BUF 13 -
  95 Justice Hill BAL 13 -
  96 Eric Gray NYG 13 -
  97 Chris Rodriguez Jr. WAS 14 -
  Christian McCaffrey, SF: The best dual-threat RB in the game. Ideal offensive environment in SF.

  Austin Ekeler, LAC: PPR monster that's scored 38 TDs the last two seasons.

  Nick Chubb, CLE: Still churning out 5-ypc. Topped 300 carries for the first time last season.

  Derrick Henry, TEN: His 349 carries led all RBs last season.

  Tony Pollard, DAL: Pollard in for monster role.

  Saquon Barkley, NYG: Coming off his best season since rookie year.

  Bijan Robinson, ATL: Should dominate RB touches in his rookie season.

  Josh Jacobs, LV: Blew up last season and the focal point of the offense.

  Aaron Jones, GB: GB likely to be run-heavy with new QB. Jones still highly productive.

  Najee Harris, PIT: Gets the volume (313 touches last season) but lack of efficiency hurts his upside.

  Kenneth Walker, SEA: Groin injury to start camp. Clear path for Walker to again dominate RB touches in Seattle.

  Rhamondre Stevenson, NE: Zeke signing removes some upside but still a solid 2nd RB on your fantasy team.

  Travis Etienne, JAC: Averaged over 5 ypc last season with 220 attempts. Will the Jags lighten his workload?

  Alexander Mattison, MIN: Cook's release gives significant boost to Mattison.

  Breece Hall, NYJ: Coming off mid-October ACL injury. Highly efficient in 2022. May be eased into the season.

  Joe Mixon, CIN: Bengals seem to be indifferent but Mixon still the best RB on the team.

  Jahmyr Gibbs, DET: Won't reach ceiling with Montgomery in town. Still, Swift excelled in this role.

  Dameon Pierce, HOU: Earned 250 touches as a rookie.

  J.K. Dobbins, BAL: Two-years removed from knee injury. Ravens didn't significantly add to RB room.

  Cam Akers, LAR: Took over lead RB role last season. Expected to start Week 1.

  James Conner, ARI: Shaping up to be workhorse with a solid goaline role.

  Rachaad White, TB: Volume should be there but offense projects poorly.

  Alvin Kamara, NO: Three-game suspension. Does Kendre Miller cut into workload?

  Miles Sanders, CAR: 0 TDs in 2021, 11 TDs in 2022.Coming off best season as a pro but team downgrade.

  Isiah Pacheco, KC: Cleared for contact on 8/20. Does have receiving ability if Reid wants to use it.

  D'Andre Swift, PHI: Crowded backfield but Swift should continue his high-efficiency ways in PHI.

  James Cook, BUF: In the lead-back role this season. May lose goaline work to Allen and Harris.

  Jonathan Taylor, IND: Will miss a minimum of 4 weeks on PUP list. Wants out of IND. Ugly situation.

  Samaje Perine, DEN: Upside is there if Javonte recovers slowly from ACL.

  AJ Dillon, GB: Only 1 TD in first eleven games last season. Should get 200-plus touches.

  Javonte Williams, DEN: Coming off early-October ACL injury. Avoided PUP list.

  David Montgomery, DET: Should see most of his work on early-downs.

  Rashaad Penny, PHI: Has shown to be an above average runner but can't shake injury bug.

  Khalil Herbert, CHI: Three viable runners in CHI but Herbert leads the group.

  Dalvin Cook, NYJ: Lands with the Jets. Has early-season value but will lose work to Breece as the season goes on.

  Antonio Gibson, WAS: Best receiving back in WAS. Will split work with Robinson.

  Raheem Mostert, MIA: Injury to Wilson opens the door for big early-season role. 31 years old.

  Brian Robinson Jr., WAS: Early-down pounder but does Bieniemy prefer Gibson?

  Jamaal Williams, NO: Coming off TD outlier season in Detroit. Should do the heavy lifting during Kamara's suspension.

  Elijah Mitchell, SF: Valuable role behind CMC.

  Zach Charbonnet, SEA: Shoulder injury to start camp. Could handle 10 touches per game as a rookie.

  Jaylen Warren, PIT: Currently holding down the No.2 role behind Najee.

  Devon Achane, MIA: Rookie enters crowded backfield but probably the best pass-catcher of the bunch.

  D'Onta Foreman, CHI: Seems like he's taking a back seat to Herbert.

  Gus Edwards, BAL: Two-years removed from knee injury. Ravens didn't significantly add to RB room.

  Devin Singletary, HOU: Will backup Pierce. Doesn't project well due to subpar offense.

  Jerick McKinnon, KC: Receiving back ran hot on TDs last season (10). Viable in PPR leagues.

  Ezekiel Elliott, NE: Will be behind Rhamondre but could steal some goaline touches.

  Damien Harris, BUF: Solid No.2 RB. Could be a factor around the goaline.

  Kenneth Gainwell, PHI: Three-headed RBBC limits value but a great late-round bench stash.

  Tyjae Spears, TEN: The clear RB2 behind Henry.

  Jeff Wilson, MIA: Will miss 4 games to start the season.

  Jerome Ford, CLE: Could step into backup role with Hunt gone.

  Kendre Miller, NO: Intriguing rookie but behind Williams and Kamara on the depth chart.

  Joshua Kelley, LAC: Currently holding down the No.2 behind Ekeler.

  Chuba Hubbard, CAR: RB2 in Carolina but lacks juice.

  Clyde Edwards-Helaire, KC: Fallen to third on the depth chart. Worth a late-round flier if something happens to Pacheco.

  Deuce Vaughn, DAL: 5-5, 179 lb rookie isn't a threat to Pollard.

  Michael Carter, NYJ: Value is shot with Dalvin Cook in town.