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Regular Season, Updated: 6/16/2022

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: Coming soon 
Chg Rk Player Tm Bye
  1 Jonathan Taylor IND 14 -
Tier 2
  2 Derrick Henry TEN 6 -
  3 Christian McCaffrey CAR 13 -
  4 Austin Ekeler LAC 8 -
Tier 3
  5 Dalvin Cook MIN 7 -
  6 Najee Harris PIT 9 -
  7 Joe Mixon CIN 10 -
  8 Alvin Kamara NO 14 -
Tier 4
  9 Leonard Fournette TB 11 -
  10 Nick Chubb CLE 9 -
  11 Javonte Williams DEN 9 -
  12 James Conner ARI 13 -
  13 Antonio Gibson WAS 14 -
  14 David Montgomery CHI 14 -
  15 Elijah Mitchell SF 9 -
  16 Ezekiel Elliott DAL 9 -
17 Aaron Jones GB 14 -
  18 Cam Akers LAR 7 -
Tier 5
  19 Breece Hall NYJ 10 -
  20 D'Andre Swift DET 6 -
  21 Saquon Barkley NYG 9 -
22 Josh Jacobs LV 6 -
  23 Damien Harris NE 10 -
  24 J.K. Dobbins BAL 10 -
  25 Travis Etienne JAC 11 -
  26 Cordarrelle Patterson ATL 14 -
Tier 6
  27 Clyde Edwards-Helaire KC 8 -
  28 AJ Dillon GB 14 -
  29 Devin Singletary BUF 7 -
  30 Miles Sanders PHI 7 -
  31 Tony Pollard DAL 9 -
  32 Kareem Hunt CLE 9 -
Tier 7
  33 Rashaad Penny SEA 11 -
  34 Melvin Gordon DEN 9 -
  35 Rhamondre Stevenson NE 10 -
  36 Chase Edmonds MIA 11 -
  37 Raheem Mostert MIA 11 -
  38 Marlon Mack HOU 6 -
  39 Gus Edwards BAL 10 -
  40 Ronald Jones KC 8 -
  41 Michael Carter NYJ 10 -
  42 Jamaal Williams DET 6 -
  43 Nyheim Hines IND 14 -
  44 Kenneth Walker SEA 11 -
  45 James Cook BUF 7 -
  46 Kenneth Gainwell PHI 7 -
Tier 8
  47 James Robinson JAC 11 -
  48 Darrell Henderson LAR 7 -
  49 Alexander Mattison MIN 7 -
  50 Isaiah Spiller LAC 8 -
  51 Kenyan Drake LV 6 -
  52 J.D. McKissic WAS 14 -
  53 Mark Ingram NO 14 -
  54 Damien Williams ATL 14 -
Tier 9
  55 Matt Breida NYG 9 -
  56 Khalil Herbert CHI 14 -
  57 Rex Burkhead HOU 6 -
  58 James White NE 10 -
  59 Boston Scott PHI 7 -
  60 Darrel Williams ARI 13 -
  61 Brian Robinson Jr. WAS 14 -
  62 D'Onta Foreman CAR 13 -
  63 Dameon Pierce HOU 6 -
  64 Ke'Shawn Vaughn TB 11 -
  65 Samaje Perine CIN 10 -
66 Jerick McKinnon KC 8 -
  67 Dontrell Hilliard TEN 6 -
  68 D'Ernest Johnson CLE 9 -
  69 Jeff Wilson SF 9 -
  70 Rachaad White TB 11 -
  71 Chuba Hubbard CAR 13 -
72 Chris Carson SEA 11 -
Tier 10
  73 Sony Michel MIA 11 -
  74 DeeJay Dallas SEA 11 -
  75 Tyler Allgeier ATL 14 -
76 Zamir White LV 6 -
  77 Giovani Bernard TB 11 -
  78 Benny Snell PIT 9 -
  79 JaMycal Hasty SF 9 -
  80 Brandon Bolden LV 6 -
  81 Gary Brightwell NYG 9 -
  82 Chris Evans CIN 10 -
  83 Larry Rountree III LAC 8 -
  84 Eno Benjamin ARI 13 -
  85 Myles Gaskin MIA 11 -
  86 Zack Moss BUF 7 -
  87 Tony Jones NO 14 -
  88 Jermar Jefferson DET 6 -
  89 Kyren Williams LAR 7 -
  90 Duke Johnson BUF 7 -
  91 Kyle Juszczyk SF 9 -
  92 Mike Davis BAL 10 -
  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.

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

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

  Alvin Kamara, NO: Arrest this off-season could lead to a suspension. Hearing set for August 1st.

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

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

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

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

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

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

  Elijah Mitchell, SF: Grabbed the starting job after numerous injuries ahead of him. Comes into 2022 as lead back on a run-heavy team.

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

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

  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.

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

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

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

  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. Expected to be ready for training camp. BAL should lead the league in rushing.

  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?

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

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

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

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

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

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

  Rashaad Penny, SEA: Came on strong the last five games of the season. Already resting a hamstring injury.

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

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

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

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

  Marlon Mack, HOU: Played in 7 games the last two seasons. Difficult to get excited about his fantasy outlook.

  Gus Edwards, BAL: Coming off ACL injury. Not as dynamic as Dobbins but worth a late-round pick.

  Ronald Jones, KC: Will likely be used mostly on early-downs. Late-round pick worthy.

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

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

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

  Kenneth Walker, SEA: Rookie will have a big role if Carson misses time.

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

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

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

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

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

  Isaiah Spiller, LAC: Should easily ascend to the No.2 role behind Ekeler.

  Kenyan Drake, LV: Could lose playing time as the No.2 RB if one of the two rookies impresses during camp.

  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.

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

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

  James White, NE: Pass-catching specialist that can be avoided in Non-PPR leagues. Missed most of last season with hip injury.

  Brian Robinson Jr., WAS: Rookie could carve out a role if Washington goes run-heavy in 2022.

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

  Dameon Pierce, HOU: Given who's ahead of him, it's not hard to see Pierce being fantasy relevant at some point this season.

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

  Jeff Wilson, SF: Crowded RB room also includes Sermon, Hasty and rookie Tyrion Davis-Price.

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

Chris Carson, SEA: Neck injury has Carson's career in question.