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Regular Season, Updated: 9/4/19


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 1.01
  2 Christian McCaffrey CAR 7 1.04
  3 Alvin Kamara NO 9 1.03
4 Ezekiel Elliott DAL 8 1.07
Tier 2
  5 David Johnson ARI 12 1.05
  6 James Conner PIT 7 1.07
  7 Le'Veon Bell NYJ 4 1.10
  8 Todd Gurley LAR 9 1.12
  9 Dalvin Cook MIN 12 1.11
  10 Nick Chubb CLE 7 1.07
  11 Joe Mixon CIN 9 2.03
Tier 3
  12 Aaron Jones GB 11 3.02
  13 Chris Carson SEA 11 2.11
  14 Devonta Freeman ATL 9 3.05
  15 Leonard Fournette JAC 10 2.10
  16 Derrick Henry TEN 11 3.11
  17 Kerryon Johnson DET 5 3.04
  18 Marlon Mack IND 6 4.06
  19 Damien Williams KC 12 2.07
  20 Mark Ingram BAL 8 4.01
Tier 4
  21 Phillip Lindsay DEN 10 4.11
  22 James White NE 10 6.05
  23 Josh Jacobs OAK 6 3.04
  24 David Montgomery CHI 6 3.06
  25 Austin Ekeler LAC 12 5.10
  26 Sony Michel NE 10 3.10
  27 Duke Johnson HOU 10 5.09
  28 Kenyan Drake MIA 5 7.06
Tier 5
  29 Tevin Coleman SF 4 4.12
  30 Rashaad Penny SEA 11 8.06
  31 Latavius Murray NO 9 6.11
32 Matt Breida SF 4 7.11
33 Devin Singletary BUF 6 9.12
  34 Tarik Cohen CHI 6 7.07
  35 Miles Sanders PHI 10 5.01
  36 Jordan Howard PHI 10 8.09
  37 Melvin Gordon LAC 12 4.02
  38 Derrius Guice WAS 10 6.04
  39 Adrian Peterson WAS 10 10.03
  40 Peyton Barber TB 7 10.07
  41 Kalen Ballage MIA 5 9.09
Tier 6
  42 LeSean McCoy KC 12 8.10
  43 Royce Freeman DEN 10 9.03
  44 Dion Lewis TEN 11 13.09
  45 Jaylen Samuels PIT 7 11.01
  46 Justice Hill BAL 8 11.07
  47 Justin Jackson LAC 12 11.02
  48 Darrell Henderson LAR 9 8.05
  49 Ronald Jones TB 7 12.10
  50 Nyheim Hines IND 6 15.05
  51 Jalen Richard OAK 6 15.05
Tier 7
52 Tony Pollard DAL 8 7.09
  53 Darwin Thompson KC 12 7.01
  54 Damien Harris NE 10 12.08
  55 Chris Thompson WAS 10 15.05
  56 Giovani Bernard CIN 9 15.05
  57 Ito Smith ATL 9 13.07
  58 Mike Davis CHI 6 15.05
  59 C.J. Anderson DET 5 14.11
  60 Carlos Hyde HOU 10 13.04
  61 Malcolm Brown LAR 9 13.09
  62 Alexander Mattison MIN 12 11.06
  63 Frank Gore BUF 6 15.05
  64 Kareem Hunt CLE 7 9.05
  65 Jamaal Williams GB 11 15.05
  66 Gus Edwards BAL 8 15.05
  67 Ty Montgomery NYJ 4 13.12
  68 Chase Edmonds ARI 12 -
  69 Ryquell Armstead JAC 10 -
Tier 8
  70 Corey Clement PHI 10 -
  71 DeAndre Washington OAK 6 -
  72 Rex Burkhead NE 10 -
Tier 9
  73 C.J. Prosise SEA 11 -
  74 Kyle Juszczyk SF 4 -
  75 Wayne Gallman NYG 11 -
  76 Dare Ogunbowale TB 7 14.08
  77 Ty Johnson DET 5 -
  78 Brian Hill ATL 9 -
  79 Alfred Morris DAL 8 -
  80 Jordan Scarlett CAR 7 -
  81 Dwayne Washington NO 9 -
  82 Mike Boone MIN 12 -
  83 Dontrell Hilliard CLE 7 -
  84 Devontae Booker DEN 10 -
  85 Jordan Wilkins IND 6 -
  86 Darren Sproles PHI 10 -
  87 T.J. Yeldon BUF 6 -
  88 Theo Riddick DEN 10 -
  89 Dexter Williams GB 11 -
  90 Benny Snell PIT 7 -
  91 Trayveon Williams CIN 9 -
  92 Myles Gaskin MIA 5 -
  93 Spencer Ware IND 6 -
  94 Raheem Mostert SF 4 -
  95 Bilal Powell NYJ 4 -
  96 Kenjon Barner ATL 9 -
  97 Patrick DiMarco BUF 6 -
  98 Alex Armah CAR 7 -
  99 Brandon Bolden NE 10 -
  100 Paul Perkins NYG 11 -
  101 Rod Smith NYG 11 -
  102 James Develin NE 10 -
  103 Jamize Olawale DAL 8 -
 
COMMENTS
  Saquon Barkley, NYG: Workload is secure, but loss of OBJ will put a damper on the offense.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  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?

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

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

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

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

  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.

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

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

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

  Damien Williams, KC: Williams (hamstring) is the lead back when healthy but situation may more of a committee than fantasy owners would like.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  Duke Johnson, HOU: Johnson's value is on the rise due to ACL injury of Lamar Miller. Hyde signing doesn't isn't a big impact.

  Kenyan Drake, MIA: Foot injury will cause Drake to miss time at camp. He's expected to be ready for Week 1.

  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.

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

Devin Singletary, BUF: Stocks on the rise after McCoy trade to KC, but will likely start the year in a committee with Gore.

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

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

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

  Melvin Gordon, LAC: Holdout continues. Chargers are done negotiating until after the season.

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

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

  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.

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

  LeSean McCoy, KC: McCoy's trade to KC puts him in a better position to succeed, but touches are going to be an issue as long as D-Will stays healthy.

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

  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.

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

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

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

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

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

  Carlos Hyde, HOU: Hyde lands in HOU and salvages some fantasy value. Flex is his ceiling.

  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.

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

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