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Regular Season, Updated: 7/19/19


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

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

Rankings:  Top 200 | QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DEF | DL | LB | DB | Print | MFL Power


Legend:   Upside = Upside   Risk = Risk   ADP = Average Draft Position
ADP courtesy of FantasyFootballCalculator 
RUNNING BACKS
Chg Rank Player Tm Bye
  1 Saquon Barkley NYG 11 1.02
  2 Ezekiel Elliott DAL 8 1.02
  3 Alvin Kamara NO 9 1.03
  4 Christian McCaffrey CAR 7 1.04
Tier 2
  5 Melvin Gordon LAC 12 1.07
  6 James Conner PIT 7 1.10
  7 David Johnson ARI 12 1.06
  8 Todd Gurley LAR 9 2.04
  9 Le'Veon Bell NYJ 4 1.09
  10 Dalvin Cook MIN 12 2.02
  11 Damien Williams KC 12 2.06
12 Joe Mixon CIN 9 1.11
Tier 3
  13 Derrick Henry TEN 11 2.12
  14 Devonta Freeman ATL 9 3.06
  15 Aaron Jones GB 11 3.02
  16 Marlon Mack IND 6 3.02
  17 Chris Carson SEA 11 4.08
  18 Nick Chubb CLE 7 2.03
  19 Kerryon Johnson DET 5 3.08
  20 Mark Ingram BAL 8 4.01
  21 Kenyan Drake MIA 5 5.02
22 Phillip Lindsay DEN 10 4.07
  23 Leonard Fournette JAC 10 2.11
Tier 4
  24 Josh Jacobs OAK 6 3.09
  25 James White NE 10 7.03
  26 Tarik Cohen CHI 6 6.06
  27 Lamar Miller HOU 10 6.01
  28 Sony Michel NE 10 4.05
29 Jordan Howard PHI 10 7.07
  30 David Montgomery CHI 6 4.02
  31 Tevin Coleman SF 4 5.11
  32 Rashaad Penny SEA 11 6.05
33 LeSean McCoy BUF 6 8.10
  34 Derrius Guice WAS 10 5.09
  35 Austin Ekeler LAC 12 11.03
  36 Latavius Murray NO 9 7.05
Tier 5
  37 Adrian Peterson WAS 10 9.09
  38 Miles Sanders PHI 10 7.12
  39 Nyheim Hines IND 6 14.03
40 Peyton Barber TB 7 9.06
  41 Dion Lewis TEN 11 14.02
  42 Jaylen Samuels PIT 7 9.09
43 Ronald Jones TB 7 8.07
  44 Ito Smith ATL 9 11.05
Tier 6
  45 Carlos Hyde KC 12 8.12
  46 Jalen Richard OAK 6 15.07
  47 Royce Freeman DEN 10 8.06
  48 Jerick McKinnon SF 4 10.04
  49 Duke Johnson CLE 7 14.04
  50 D'Onta Foreman HOU 10 10.01
  51 Darrell Henderson LAR 9 6.05
  52 Kareem Hunt CLE 7 8.02
  53 Matt Breida SF 4 12.11
  54 Chris Thompson WAS 10 14.10
  55 Giovani Bernard CIN 9 14.04
  56 Mike Davis CHI 6 14.01
  57 Jamaal Williams GB 11 14.12
58 Theo Riddick DET 5 15.07
  59 Gus Edwards BAL 8 15.07
  60 Devontae Booker DEN 10 15.07
  61 Kalen Ballage MIA 5 14.05
  62 Malcolm Brown LAR 9 14.06
63 Justin Jackson LAC 12 13.06
  64 Wendell Smallwood PHI 10 15.07
  65 T.J. Yeldon BUF 6 15.07
66 Justice Hill BAL 8 13.06
  67 Damien Harris NE 10 10.08
  68 Frank Gore BUF 6 15.07
Tier 7
  69 Kyle Juszczyk SF 4 -
  70 Rex Burkhead NE 10 -
  71 Alfred Blue JAC 10 -
  72 Darius Jackson DAL 8 -
  73 Alexander Mattison MIN 12 11.09
  74 Darwin Thompson KC 12 13.09
  75 C.J. Prosise SEA 11 -
  76 Doug Martin OAK 6 -
  77 C.J. Anderson DET 5 14.03
  78 Chase Edmonds ARI 12 -
  79 Wayne Gallman NYG 11 -
80 Andre Ellington TB 7 15.07
  81 Benny Cunningham JAC 10 -
  82 Mike Boone MIN 12 -
  83 Elijah McGuire NYJ 4 -
  84 Dwayne Washington NO 9 -
85 Tony Pollard DAL 8 -
  86 Jordan Scarlett CAR 7 -
  87 Ty Montgomery NYJ 4 -
  88 Zach Zenner DET 5 -
Tier 8
  89 Cameron Artis-Payne CAR 7 -
  90 Ryquell Armstead JAC 10 13.10
  91 Jordan Wilkins IND 6 -
  92 Devin Singletary BUF 6 11.12
  93 Corey Clement PHI 10 -
  94 Brian Hill ATL 9 -
  95 Benny Snell PIT 7 -
96 Kenneth Dixon BAL 8 -
  97 Trayveon Williams CIN 9 -
  98 Myles Gaskin MIA 5 -
  99 Spencer Ware IND 6 -
  100 Raheem Mostert SF 4 -
  101 Kenjon Barner ATL 9 -
  102 Patrick DiMarco BUF 6 -
  103 Alex Armah CAR 7 -
  104 Brandon Bolden NE 10 -
  105 Paul Perkins NYG 11 -
  106 Rod Smith NYG 11 -
  107 James Develin NE 10 -
  108 Darrel Williams KC 12 -
  109 Jamize Olawale DAL 8 -
  110 Josh Adams PHI 10 -
  111 Ricky Ortiz ATL 9 -
  112 Rodney Anderson CIN 9 -
 
COMMENTS
  Saquon Barkley, NYG: Workload is secure, but loss of OBJ will put a damper on the offense.

  Ezekiel Elliott, DAL: Elliott has finished no worse than 3rd in FPts/G among RBs in each of the last three seasons.

  Alvin Kamara, NO: Back-to-back 80-catch seasons with double digit TDs has Kamara among the top 5 fantasy RBs heading into 2019.

  Christian McCaffrey, CAR: Usage and efficiency increased in 2018. A true three-down RB.

  Melvin Gordon, LAC: Despite playing only one full season in four years, the dual-threat RB should remain a top pick in fantasy drafts.

  James Conner, PIT: Conner's 13 TDs last season and ability as a receiver keep him in the RB1 discussion.

  David Johnson, ARI: Despite a poor offensive philosophy, Johnson finished a top 12 fantasy RB in 2018. New offense in 2019.

  Todd Gurley, LAR: Gurley's workload is one the biggest debates this fantasy season. Expect him to be limited in camp.

  Le'Veon Bell, NYJ: Bell should have a workhorse role with the Jets, but expecting Steelers-like production is ambitious.

  Dalvin Cook, MIN: With the departure of Latavius Murray, the stage is set for a Cook breakout. Can he stay healthy?

  Damien Williams, KC: Williams should begin camp as the lead back in what may more of a committee than fantasy owners would like.

Joe Mixon, CIN: Huge production leap in 2018 has Mixon in the low-end RB1 conversation in 2019.

  Derrick Henry, TEN: The Henry breakout started to show itself late last season. Expect him to be in a more workhorse role in 2019.

  Devonta Freeman, ATL: With Coleman gone, Freeman is the lead back in a high-powered offense. Nice rebound candidate.

  Aaron Jones, GB: Unclear if new HC Matt LaFleur will let Jones be a bellcow RB. Committee approach is the likely outcome.

  Marlon Mack, IND: Given the lack of additions at RB, Mack should top 1000 yards if he's able to play 16 games.

  Chris Carson, SEA: Carson had a knee procedure done this off-season but is expected to be ready for training camp.

  Nick Chubb, CLE: A solid RB2 with RB1 upside the first of half of the year. What happens when Hunt is eligible the second half of the season?

  Kerryon Johnson, DET: Should see an uptick in production and be a solid RB2 if he can play all 16 games.

  Mark Ingram, BAL: Good landing spot for Ingram. A run-heavy offense should allow him to reach fantasy RB2 value.

  Kenyan Drake, MIA: Drake's fantasy breakout was torpedoed by Frank Gore last season. He's looking for a James White type role in 2019.

Phillip Lindsay, DEN: Lindsay (wrist) has no timetable for a return but it would be surprising if he's not ready for training camp.

  Leonard Fournette, JAC: Fournette's had a shaky start to his career but will remain a focal point of the Jags offense. Health is a major concern.

  Josh Jacobs, OAK: The rookie projects as the Raiders starting RB but could cede some third-down work to Richard.

  James White, NE: Saw a huge usage bump in 2018. Should continue with no Gronk in the offense.

  Tarik Cohen, CHI: More valuable in PPR leagues. Could see his carries reduced with Montgomery and Davis also in the mix.

  Lamar Miller, HOU: Miller remains top the Texans RB depth chart, making him an uninspiring low-end RB2.

  Sony Michel, NE: Lack of work in the passing game (7 receptions in 2018) damages Michel's value in PPR leagues.

Jordan Howard, PHI: Howard's fantasy value was torpedoed by the drafting of Miles Sanders.

  David Montgomery, CHI: Rookie 3rd round pick could land the lead back role but will cede work to Cohen on third downs.

  Tevin Coleman, SF: As of OTA's Coleman is the healthiest of all the 49ers' RBs. This is a nightmare situation for fantasy owners.

  Rashaad Penny, SEA: HC Pete Carroll calls Carson and Penny a "one-two punch". It appears Carson is 1A and Penny 1B.

LeSean McCoy, BUF: McCoy is coming off his worst season a pro and Bills have added RB reinforcements via free agency and the draft.

  Derrius Guice, WAS: Guice (knee) will win the starting job if he's healthy. Peterson is here as insurance.

  Austin Ekeler, LAC: Ekeler's had remarkable efficiency through two years in the league. He need's more opportunities to become a reliable fantasy contributor.

  Latavius Murray, NO: Murray will fill the Mark Ingram role but doesn't have Ingram's pass-catching ability.

  Adrian Peterson, WAS: The 34 year-old could begin the season as the starting RB if Guice (knee) isn't ready.

  Miles Sanders, PHI: Sanders (undisclosed) is missing OTAs. He's expected to split time with Howard.

  Nyheim Hines, IND: Hines carries more value in PPR leagues. Finished 8th in RB receptions (63) last season.

Peyton Barber, TB: It's unlikely Barber sees 234 carries this season but he's a name to watch if Ronald Jones can't impress the new coaching staff.

  Dion Lewis, TEN: Lewis should have his rushing attempts scaled back but will remain a fixture in the passing game.

  Jaylen Samuels, PIT: Filling a backup role, Samuels has value in the middle-to-late rounds as an upside pick.

Ronald Jones, TB: Perhaps a new coaching staff will give Jones a fresh start to recover from a dismal rookie campaign.

  Ito Smith, ATL: Should see his touches increase as a direct backup to Freeman.

  Carlos Hyde, KC: Hyde will likely play second fiddle to Damien Williams but does carry fantasy value as the Chiefs No.2 RB.

  Jalen Richard, OAK: Richard's passing game role could take a hit if rookie Josh Jacobs proves capable enough on third downs.

  Royce Freeman, DEN: Currently stuck in the No.2 role behind Phillip Lindsay.

  Jerick McKinnon, SF: McKinnon (ACL) is fighting for playing time with Coleman, Breida and Mostert.

  Duke Johnson, CLE: Disgruntled but still a Brown, for now. Duke will remain in his pass-catching role with more value in PPR leagues during the first half of the season.

  D'Onta Foreman, HOU: Foreman has yet to show he's fully recovered from his Achilles tear. He's a risky dart throw late in your draft.

  Kareem Hunt, CLE: Will serve an 8-game suspension. Will likely split time with Chubb beginning Week 10.

  Giovani Bernard, CIN: Bengals added two RBs in the draft, but Bernard's No.2 role behind Mixon is secure.

  Mike Davis, CHI: Fantasy value was decimated with the pick of David Montgomery in round 3 of the NFL Draft.

  Jamaal Williams, GB: Likely role is the No.2 option in a two-man committee with Aaron Jones.

  Kalen Ballage, MIA: Ballage and Drake are likely to start the season in a RBBC for Miami.

  Malcolm Brown, LAR: If McVay gives Gurley (knee) more rest in 2019, Brown should see an uptick in usage.

  Frank Gore, BUF: Zero rushing TDs for Gore last season in Miami. The 36 year-old will try again in 2019, this time for Buffalo.

  Elijah McGuire, NYJ: Gase is known for a RBBC approach but's it's difficult to imaging this being the case with Bell in the mix.