FLEX RANKINGS INACTIVES UPDATE: JIMMY GRAHAM IN, DEMARCO MURRAY OUT

Patrick Mayo, Staff Writer October 27, 2013

*****SUNDAY INACTIVES UPDATE: 11:55am ET*****
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DeMarco Murray is out. I guess the new rule is: Don’t believe anything to come out of practice during the week. I expect Joseph Randle to become the primary ball handler, but expect those touches to be more of a plurality than majority with Lance Dunbar and Philip Tanner both active. Randle is the best start from the bunch, but still doesn’t crack the Top 20 at RB. Respectable FLEX, though. If you’re desperate, go Dunbar over Tanner. As the running back rankings now shake out it’s Roy Helu > Juke Ellington > Jacquizz Rodgers > Joseph Randle > Steven Jackson > Daniel Thomas > Joique Bell.

Jimmy Graham may have a torn Plantar Fascia, but he’s going to play DAMMIT. Word from New Orleans is that he’ll be on a limited snap count, so there’s plenty of decoy potential there. Still, he’s Jimmy Graham, and if nothing else, he’s going to see red zone looks. I’ve now slotted him in on spot behind Heath Miller at TE, and one place ahead of Charles DICE Clay. Making him TE #10 for the week. Think of him as Calvin Johnson against the Browns a few weeks back. If he doesn’t score a TD, he’ll probably be fairly useless, but you can say that about every other tight end behind him on the list.

Brandon Jacobs is inactive. ALL HAIL PEYTON HILLIS, Top 15 RB!!!!!!!

Danny Amendola is playing, as is Julian Edelman. Like Amendola more than Edelman, but both are becoming tough to trust to stay healthy for an entire game.

Aqib Talib will not be in uniform, soooooo I now like Mike Wallace more than Brian Hartline again.

As expected, C.J. Spiller is out. Fred Jackson is a must start and Tashard Choice will be around to pilfer carries away. He’s a deep league gamble, but should be good for 10 or so touches, and 5-10 PPR points.

If your league counts return yards, Fozzy Whittaker is a solid play at FLEX. He’ll be returning kicks and is getting more involved on third down too. Plus, his name is Fozzy Whittaker, I just want him to be good.

The last second Dwayne Bowe isn’t going to play rumor was extinguished as soon as the active list came out. He’s going to play; you should still not play him.

*****SATURDAY UPDATE: 5:30pm ET*****

Hold your breath, cause Jimmy Graham’s going to be a true game-time decision. I’ll have more info tomorrow when the inactives are released, but for the moment, if he’s in uniform, you play him. If not, I like Charles DICE ClayBen Watson, Rob Housler, Jeff Cumberland and Anthony Fasano in that order if you’re searching for a TE replacement.

If you’re in the market for a tight end longer term, Mike Williams aka Tampa Mike may be missing some time in the near future with a hammy issue. That bumps Tim Wright up to the second look in the Bucs offense. Wright doesn’t drip with upside, but he’s steady – especially in PPR – and has been a Top 10 TE over the past month.

Rashard Mendenhall doesn’t appear likely to be on the field for the Falcons game. I’m boosting Andre “Juke” Ellington a little bit, but not too much. He won’t be the primary back because, I don’t know, Bruce Arians hates him or something. And for those thinking Alfonso Smith may be a sneaky play, Mike Jurecki has other news for you. Turns out, ARIZONA’S HOTTEST BACK UP IS…….. STEPFAN TAYLOR.

After being limited in Thursday’s practice and outright missing Friday’s, Dwayne Bowe is now magically OK and expects to play against the Browns. Doesn’t mean you should be so keen on starting him, though. Bowe’s coming off a season high – get this – 5 catches for 66 yards. All-Pro voters, you’re now officially on ALERT! Even before this injury, things weren’t looking great for Bowe’s prospects this week. He’s going to be paired up with Joe Haden most the game, not good. And it’s not so much because Haden’s a shut down corner – he’s not – but he pass interferes with any receiver looking like he may come down with the ball, thus killing Fantasy numbers. Just ask any Stevie Johnson owner who watch the beginning of the Buffalo/Cleveland Thursday nighter. And frankly, the Chiefs are far more content pounding the Browns into submission with Jamaal Charles and tossing short passes to cede running back, and a random cavalcade of other no-names that would be difficult to pick out of a police lineup of one. One of which may be Anthony Fasano, who – if you’re completely out of options – should be a capable 5-10 or so in a PPR.

I’m sick of hearing how people want bench Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron because Jason Campbell, not Brandon Weeden, is starting at QB for the Browns. Isn’t not having #WEEDENPICKS throwing to anyone on your Fantasy team a good thing?

The anticipated Percy Harvin return will have to wait. His hip will keep him out against the Rams on Monday night.

#LOSTIT Prediction of the Week: After nailing the Delaine Walker REVENGE GAME last week, I’m definitely making it two in a row with Anthony Dixon in Week 8. The 49ers third stringer will pound his way into the endzone against the Jags, in LONDON.

Danny Amednola passed his concussion tests and is eligible to play, doesn’t mean he will, though. He’s a game time decision, but it’s leaning towards him being on the field against the Dolphins. He’s not a super start however, considering he’s yet to make it through an entire game without getting hurt this season. Still, he’s THE TOPS among Patriots WRs this week.

I’ll have more on the Aqib Talib injury in the Sunday update, but just a heads up: If he’s in, I like Brian Hartline more than Mike Wallace, Wallace more if Talib’s out. Yes, sometimes it can be that simple. Also, is there another “good” receiver easier to take out of a game than Mike Wallace? I suppose that’s what he gets for never learning how to run any way but a straight line.

FYI: I still love Zac Stacy this week.

Don’t fret Reggie Bush owners; Friday’s missed practice was just a day off. He’ll be ready to explode vs the Cowboys

Doug Martin may actually end up being the biggest FANTASY STIFF of all this season. It appears like he’s not done for the year and will only miss 2-8 weeks. Great, thanks for that precise timetable. Now we can’t drop him in fear that he’ll come back and kill us in the Fantasy playoffs. Dear Doug, your team’s 0-7, just take the rest of the year off and start anew in 2014 – This confusion is maddening.

Brandon Jacobs is out, that makes Peyton Hillis a Top 20 RB for me.

C.J. Spiller doesn’t look like he’ll go. Great news Fred Jackson owners, making him a Top 15 RB against the Saints. And expect a minor dose of Tashard Choice as well. Maybe upwards of 10-15 touches. He’s not great, but his opportunity makes him a better option than some of the other scrubs this week.

I’ll keep saying it, Carson Palmer is great start if you need a QB this week. The Falcons make every opponent’s passing game look legendary. Also, I like Michael Floyd over Larry Fitzgerald this week, which is actually something I never thought I’d write type.

Steven Jackson is playing, devastating Jacquizz Rogers across the globe. This doesn’t make Rodgers useless, mind you, but it hurts his touches overall. I’m guessing there’ll be a spilt workload and if the game gets out of control – in either direction – Jackson will be given a seat. Between the two, I’m still starting Jacquizz, but neither is a quality start. A low end RB2, FLEX.

I’m flipping Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller against the Pats. The more I think about it, the more I see Miami replicating the Jets offensive strategy from last week: Pounding the ball to the spot where Vince Wilfork used to reside. And from what the Dolphins have shown us so far this season, if they want to run the ball between the tackles it’s Thomas they’ll be using.

Ronnie Hillman has been benched because of extreme fumblitis, also known as having a case of the David Wilsons. Cal rookie C.J. Anderson takes his place on the active roster and may actually be a decent deep FLEX this week. Since all I’ve ever seen of Anderson is a college highlight mix-tape, I’m going to reserve judgment on his actual talent level, but I am willing to bet a heavy sum he’s better than that dreadful Montee Ball, who, if Mark Ingram didn’t exist, would truly be the worst. Through some investigative research – checking Twitter – two writers I’ve actually come to trust have been gushing over Anderson since the news was announced: ESPN Denver’s Cecil Lammey and rookie scout specialist Matt Waldman. Waldman talks about Anderson here, and while he can’t concretely project playing time – if anyone tells you they can, they’re liars – he does like Anderson’s skills a lot, and people inside the Broncos organization feel the same way. Plus, Waldman sold me when he revealed he’s been stashing Anderson away in a bunch of Dynasty leagues. Good enough for Matt, good enough for me. If you’re in a pinch, if you’re stuck starting Ball… DON’T, start Anderson instead.

THE FLEXPERT

What a sobering week.

Not for me, literally – I can’t help but sample the sauce – but football wise it was a disaster. Doug Martin, he gone. Reggie Wayne, him too. By the time JerMike Finley, Jay Cutler, and Sam Bradford showed up to the triage unit they all had to share a room.

Arian Foster, Larry Fitzgerald, Victor Cruz, C.J. Spiller, Victor Cruz, Tom Brady, Adrian Peterson, Hakeem Nicks, Trent Richardson, Josh Gordon, Lamar Miller, Bilil Powell, Emmanuel Sanders (THE COLONEL!), Juke Ellington, and their complete lack of usefulness wasn’t really a boost, either.

The passing of Bud Adams would have added to the unhappiness but he lived until 90, owned an NFL team and once flipped off a chorus of Bills fans because he simply wanted to; demonstrating the sort of liberty sitting on more specie than Scrooge McDuck affords. Plus, they were pissin him off. Bud Adams: Life Winner!

This harrowing 24-hours appeared as if it had finally breached the Hadal Zone. Not so much the case however – Vikings/Giants hadn’t kicked off yet. Only then did the nadir near. First, Brandon Jacobs’ hammy decided one week of production was enough; launching Fantasy players into a Monday night frenzy to grab one half of the least dynamic duo in recent memory: Peyton Hillis and Michael (censored) Cox. New York announced Cox as the starter in the pre-game, which – I guess – should have been the green light to start Hillis. That Tom Coughlin, very cryptic. Turned out, making the Hillis/Cox bench mistake may have cost you a matchup, but it wasn’t nearly as brutal as watching that farce of a football game.

You know how Steve Nash is always said to, “make everyone around him better”? Well, that makes Josh Freeman Mirror Nash. Freeman put forth a pathetic effort. That, or he thinks Jerome Simpson is taller than Giant Gonzalez and may require some spectacles. HEYYYY, maybe that’s it: Freeman has undiagnosed nearsightness. Or would that make him farsighted? I’m not sure what the difference is; credit my legit vision for never having to know.  Now, potentially, the problems were a product of this concussion the Vikings are now saying he suffered. Just tossing this out there: If Freeman was playing so badly, AND its cause was violent vertigo vision, don’t you think it would have been prudent to give him the ol’ mercy hook at some point? Anyway, the only thing more joyless than his performance was the mood at his post-game presser.

Disgust usurped bewilderment as the prevailing sentiment of the night. Mike Trico and Jon Gruden openly mocked the decision to start Freeman from the opening snap – and rightfully so. Even mild-mannered Steve Young appeared to have smoked some “rage crack” before coming on the postgame show. More commonly referred to as just “crack”.

However, it seemed to make everyone feel better. Who doesn’t enjoy a good vent? I like to believe Freeman was actually trolling all of us the entire time. But I also believe Run-DMC’s King of Rock is covertly about their Rock-Paper-Scissors prowess. And, Freeman’s play was too pitiful for that to be true. It’s like unintentional comedy; you can’t plan it – no matter what Tommy Wiseau may claim, retrospectively. Everyone did seem to be deriving immense amounts of pleasure hate-tweeting game all the way through the final fallacious second, though. So intended or not Josh, you made the world a happier place… by making it worse.

And it’s not like I couldn’t be coaxed into the fray. So, I inquired…

FYI: The correct answer is, “any ketchup that isn’t Heinz”. Although, “one-ply toilet paper” and “Mark Ingram” were worthy runners up. Then there was this…

 #THROWBACKTRACK

Steal My Sunshine and Josh Freeman bring similar joy to the people. I dare you to listen to this song and not be in a better mood. Inevitably, it does become problematic – the song ends. So, you can be like me and have no shame jamming to the same track on repeat for hours, something I’m certain the majority of the able-minded masses wouldn’t consider doing, they prefer popping Prozac. My method’s cheaper, but remarkably inefficient. Eventually, you’ll have to deal with the situation at hand; one that has bleak as its upside.

SNAP BACK TO REALITY (OH, YOU SEEN “GRAVITY”?)

There’s zero chance your team wasn’t pillaged by injury pirates over the weekend. Even if it was just DeSean Jackson getting his ankle stepped on or merely learning Jimmy Graham might be a bit more banged up than anyone thought. A no Jimmy Graham future for Fantasy teams is grimmer than the one in Dark City. And yes, that is a very visually descriptive title. But, in desperation you can always give BIG WATTY, Ben Watson a last second add to temporarily diffuse that dilemma. He’ll be available. If you lost Martin, though, you entered the panic-stricken scramble to the waiver wire for Mike James’ services. Everyone can use another running back; It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World out there.

Whichever one of your league mates undoubtedly ended up with James on their roster severely overpaid. Doesn’t mean it was a bad buy necessarily, but temper your expectations. I’m guessing there was some sort of reasoning behind the three touches he’d been given entering the Falcons game, despite having been active since Week 2. Maybe he kinda sucks? But, if you gravely needed a running back to play this week – or going forward – I understand the pick up. I have a league where I bid $41 on James – this is what happens when you play with 13 other people and your running backs are Foster, DeMarco Murray, Ryan Mathews and a stashed Shane Veeren; you reek of hopelessness – a scent identical to Drakkar Noir. Oh, and I lost that bid by double-digit dollars. Somehow, spending too much for James wasn’t enough, he became that much in demand. I was willing to empty my FAABY bank on a player I don’t like – in an especially horrendous matchup – just because it looks like he could a primary ball carrier. That may be the real saddest thing of the week.

Actually no, me now having to throw an oversized wager on Brandon Jacobs trumps that, for sure. I would actually love to start Jacobs over James if I knew if Jacobs was going to play. But that’s information we’re just not going to get until it’s too late. So now, on RB contingency plan 3, I’ve worked out a deal where I give up Coby Fleener for Peyton Hillis if Jacobs is inactive. And if Jacobs is out of the picture, I like Hillis a lot more than James against the Eagles. But, again, that won’t be relevant information since Tampa plays Thursday night. Maybe the Giants will do us a solid and declare Jacobs out at some point before Bucs/Panthers kickoff. I’m dubious that’ll happen however; they’re not the hugest Fantasy fans at the present moment. Crazily, Brian Leonard may outscore James in PPR scoring if Mikey J can’t hit the endzone. Leonard loves catches.

These are dire circumstances, yet a solution does exist. His name is Zac Stacy, and you should be starting him against Seattle.

No, I haven’t #LOSTIT. I mean, I get me brain medication from the National Health – so, don’t be afraid. While the Seahawks have been stout against the run all season, they’re penetrable on the road. Happens to even the best of us when we’re exclusively living out of a suitcase. With the CenturyLink crowd providing some defensive decibels, Seattle’s limited opposing running backs to a grand total of 31.8 points through three games. And 12 of those are a result of Maurice Jones-Drew and Jordan Todman plunging to pay dirt during the trashiest moments of garbage time.

Away from the kindly Pacific Northwest, the Seahawks have been fairly average. Arian Foster wasn’t scared to run all over them. DeAngelo Williams didn’t encounter too many issues, either. And Hell, even those travesties Trent Richardson and Rashard Mendenhall churned out useable Fantasy numbers on their home turf.

Because of byes and injuries there’s a crippling dearth of talent at the position this week, and Stacy’s one of the few backs that can boast a vaunted “full workload”. Don’t except 150+ yards on the ground, but with Kellen Clemens, the new commander of the Dink-and-Dunk Rams, the Zac Attack will hoard short receptions, while be given every opportunity to score, should St. Louis ever venture that deep into Seattle territory, that is. Plus, Stacy’s a gigantic individual, and has really looked terrific in his two starts, so maybe he’s like LOG! (from Blammo) – better than bad, he’s good. And in Week 8, that not only makes him a start, but a pretty… pretty… pretty good one.

And if you can’t get Stacy, play Roy Helu. Can’t get him? Then you’re ostensibly screwed.

QB RANKS

EARLY GAME WATCHABILITY INDEX

  1. DAL/DET
  2. MIA/NE
  3. BUF/NO
  4. CLE/KC
  5. NYG/PHI
  6. SF/JAX

SUICIDE LAY UP

SF over JAX

STREAM DEFENSE OF THE WEEK

GB at MIN
CAR at TB
CIN vs NYJ

SUPER DEEP STREAM DEFENSE OF THE WEEK

NO vs BUF
OAK vs PIT

SUPERLOCK

STL (+11.5)

QUICK READS

If you’re 5-2 or better, consider buying C.J. Spiller. His talent hasn’t faded, only his health. After last week’s shameful stat line, I’ve enacted the Roddy White Rule on him: Do not start until he has at least one productive game. Eventually, SPILLAAAAAAAAA will be healthy, but this is not that week. No matter how great he says his ankle feels. In the Fantasy playoffs though, that’s where he can be useful. If you’re able to stash him on the bench until he improves his physical wellness, and you’re comfortable with your position in the standings, Spiller can currently be had for pennies Dongs on the dollar. Ditto for FANTASY STIFF Chris Johnson aka CJ-.5ypc. I don’t like him at all, but he draws Denver in Week 14 and Jags during the Fantasy finals. If you don’t have to give up much, it’s an upside move to consider at the very least.

Throw Ray Rice onto that list too. He’s a genuinely elite talent and in the proper situation to excel, gambling he – and the Ravens – get it together coming out of the bye is a solid bet. Baltimore gets hot in the second half every year.

Tim Wright has picked up WR status on some leagues. Marvin Jones gained RB eligibility in others. Neither is a tremendous option, but allowing for that type of flexibility does have value. More so this week and next, with six teams on bye.

With his gravy matchup against a Wilforkless Patriots run defense you’d think Lamar Miller would be a serviceable start, except there’s a problem… he’s not any good. This is why he’s been losing the touch battle to the equally awful Daniel Thomas.

Recently rewatched my favorite flick from this millennium, There Will Be Blood and you should too. It’s the most strangely quotable movie in existence – “Don’t bully me Daniel!”

“I think Calvin’s the best at what he does. I think I’m the best at what I do.” – Dez Bryant, maker of sense, on Calvin Johnson,

Colin Kaepernick isn’t a buy low, he’s a BUY NOW. He’s bounced back nicely his past two times out after a tough Week 2-5 stretch where he posted single digits Fantasy points in three of four games. Why? He’s running again. Apparently someone in the 49ers organization remembered that used to be a great idea. So, with his ground game returning and the best schedule of any QB in the Fantasy playoffs – at Tampa, home against Atlanta in Week 15/16 – he’s a guy you should be targeting. Won’t be as good as RG3, though.

Bilal Powell v Chris Ivory. Don’t be stunned to see Rex Ryan go all M. Night Shyamalan on us and unleash POWWWWWWell on the Bengals not Ivory. WHAT A TWIST! Expect Bilal to take the same route as his half-brother Herb Powell: Have it all, lose it, then get it back. Give me Powell this week, and for the remainder of the season. Mainly, because Ivory’s only allotted 40 carries before he’s required to get injured, and he used up 90-percent of those last week.

OK, I admit it; I was way off on Eddie Lacy. He’s not a bust – he’s great – and the Packers have had no qualms making certain he gets the ball. Lacy’s piled up 23, 23 & 22 carries since shaking off his dizzies in Week 5. And against the Browns last Sunday, he chipped in with five receptions too. If those catches become consistent, Lacy’s a no brainer Top 10 RB for the rest of 2013. Now… if he’d only score more often.

A triumvirate of BEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSS!!!!! Step right up and cease suffering from the loss of Reggie Wayne, TODAY! I’m jumping in on Jarrett Boykin as a legit starter the rest of the way, potentially a Top 25 WR… or better. Without JerMike and Randall Cobb around, he’ll always be on the field. And even when James Jones is back to full strength, I don’t see it affecting Boykin all that much. He’s playing the Cobb role. Targets for Aaron Rodgers’ sneaky slot guy will always be bountiful. Then go Cole Beasley and Mike Brown in PPR formats. The Beas Knees has watched his targets and receptions go up every week, evolving into Tony Romo’s safety valve on third downs. And defenses have finally conceded MJD is washed up, so now they’ve decided to triple team both Justin BlackMON and Cecil Shorts all game, leaving Brown to wander around the middle of the field, uncovered 95-percent of the time. He’s racked up 14 targets the last two weeks – since Chad Henne became the starter – and parlayed those looks into 9 grabs for 169 yards. Brown’s not spectacular, spectacular, but if you need a WR/FLEX he’ll just be chillin on your league’s free agent wire, ready if you need him.

Witnessed the return of Andrea Bargnani to Toronto in person Monday night, and greatly appreciated everyone’s commitment to booing him every single time he touched the ball. If you didn’t know, Toronto sports fans hold grudges, and they’re relentless. Just ask Vince Carter, Tracy McGrady, Damon Stoudamire, Chris Bosh or Hedo Turkoglu, who you can probably find in the alley, SMOKING CIGS!

Need a fill in QB? Try Carson Palmer. Atlanta has already made Top 12 pivots out of Mike Glennon, Samantha Bradford, Ryan Tannehill and #GENOPICKS this season. And, Palmer’s an absolute must have in any scoring format that awards bonus points for bounce passes.

Steven Jackson and DeMarco Murray look closer to playing than not. I feel much better about Murray’s ability to post quality Fantasy numbers than Jackson.

And finally, don’t sleep on the Eagles and their incapability of shutting down secondary receiving options. This week: Hakeem Nicks > Victor Cruz > Rueben Randle. All three are fine starts.

WEEK 8 RANKS

Remember to check back Saturday and Sunday for the weekend injury report, rankings adjustments and more quick reads. Where you’ll discover some HOT TIPS, like last week’s ultra logical: “My #LOSTIT prediction of the week? Delanie Walker with a REVENGE GAME TD against the 49ers! Don’t over look a Dan Carpenter REVENGE GAME either.” Revenge Game: it’s a real thing. Believe it.

These may have been my two best calls of the year.

Rankings set to PPR scoring format:

1 point for every 10 yards Rushing/Receiving
1 point per reception
6 points per Touchdown 

Points per reception (PPR) scoring must be treated differently than standard leagues. Receivers and scat backs like Darren Sproles, Danny Woodhead and Roy Helu have inflated value in PPR scoring. As do possession receivers – Wes Welker, Danny Amendola and others in their mold are safer options. Catches tend to be more consistent and predictive. Obviously, touchdowns and yards are still important, but when considering FLEX options exploit any advantage you can. For standard scoring, running backs with hands of stone like Alfred Morris, BenJarvus Green-Ellis and Stevan Ridley all see their stocks rise without catches in the mix.

ByesChicago, Tennessee, Indianapolis, San Diego, Baltimore, Houston
Questionable:  Dwayne Bowe, James Jones
Doubtful: C.J.Spiller, Rashard Mendenhall 
Out: Roddy White, Percy Harvin, Ronnie Hillman, Jason Snelling, Brandon Jacobs

  1. Calvin Johnson
  2. Dez Bryant
  3. Jamaal Charles
  4. Marshawn Lynch
  5. A.J. Green
  6. LeSean McCoy
  7. Knowshon Moreno
  8. Adrian Peterson
  9. Rob Gronkowski
  10. Reggie Bush
  11. DeSean Jackson
  12. Eddie Lacy
  13. Jordy Nelson
  14. Antonio Brown
  15. Eric Decker
  16. Pierre Garcon
  17. Demaryius Thomas
  18. Frank Gore
  19. Wes Welker
  20. Julius Thomas
  21. Hakeem Nicks
  22. Josh Gordon
  23. Victor Cruz
  24. Justin BLACKMON!!!!
  25. Jarrett Boykin
  26. Stevan Ridley
  27. Vernon Davis
  28. Le’Veon Bell
  29. Alfred Morris
  30. Zac Stacy
  31. Terrance Williams
  32. Pierre Thomas
  33. Jordan Reed
  34. Cecil Shorts
  35. Fred Jackson
  36. Peyton Hillis
  37. Darren Sproles
  38. Jordan Cameron
  39. Tony Gonzalez
  40. Jason Witten
  41. Giovani Bernard
  42. Marques Colston
  43. Darren McFadden
  44. Roy Helu
  45. Reuben Randle
  46. Denarius Moore
  47. Michael Floyd
  48. Harry Douglas
  49. Danny Amendola
  50. Mike Wallace
  51. Jeremy Kerely
  52. Andre Ellington
  53. Heath Miller
  54. Stevie Johnson
  55. Brian Hartline
  56. Julian Edelman
  57. Larry Fitzgerald
  58. Anquan Boldin
  59. Jacquizz Rodgers
  60. Cole Beasley
  61. Emmanuel Sanders
  62. Riley Cooper
  63. Kris Durham
  64. Mike Brown
  65. Golden Tate
  66. Joseph Randle
  67. Jimmy Graham 
  68. Steven Jackson
  69. Daniel Thomas
  70. Joique Bell
  71. Charles Clay
  72. Bilal Powell
  73. Lamar Miller
  74. Chris Ivory
  75. Donnie Avery
  76. Sidney Rice
  77. BenJarvus Green-Ellis
  78. Brandon Bolden
  79. Maurice Jones-Drew
  80. Rob Housler
  81. Jeff Cumberland
  82. Dwayne Bowe
  83. Brandon Gibson
  84. Aaron Dobson
  85. Rod Streater
  86. Marvin Jones
  87. Kenny Stills
  88. Willis McGahee
  89. Kenbrell Thomkins
  90. Leonard Hankerson
  91. Davone Bess
  92. Jerome Simpson
  93. Robert Woods
  94. Kyle Rudolph
  95. Austin Pettis
  96. Greg Jennings
  97. T.J. Graham
  98. Andre Roberts
  99. Mohamed Sanu
  100. Scott Chandler
  101. Brandon Pettigrew
  102. Tashard Choice
  103. Kendall Hunter
  104. STEPFAN TAYLOR
  105. Greg Little
  106. C.J. Anderson
  107. Bryce Brown
  108. Chris Givens
  109. Marcel Reece
  110. Jason Avant
  111. Stephen Hill
  112. David Nelson
  113. Aldrick Robinson
  114. Lance Moore
  115. Nick Toon
  116. Chris Ogbonnaya
  117. Anthony Dixon
  118. Lance Dunbar
  119. Fozzy Whittaker
  120. Anthony Fasano
  121. Ben Watson
  122. Doug Baldwin
  123. Delanie Walker
  124. Brent Celek
  125. Joseph Fauria
  126. Lance Kendricks
  127. Austin Collie
  128. Cordarrelle Patterson
  129. Dwayne Harris
  130. Khiry Robinson
  131. Walls of Jericho Cotchery
  132. Rashad Jennings
  133. James Starks
  134. Daryl Richardson
  135. LeGarrette Blount
  136. Mychal Rivera
  137. Brandon Myers
  138. Johnathan Frankin
  139. Santana Moss
  140. Tyler Eifert
  141. Jermaine Gresham
  142. Clay Harbor
  143. Zach Ertz
  144. Tavon Austin
  145. Michael Cox
  146. Jordan Todman
  147. Knile Davis
  148. Benny Cunningham
  149. Zach Miller
  150. Robert Turbin
  151. Phillip Tanner
  152. Alfonso Smith
  153. Felix Jones
  154. Andrew Quarless
  155. Anthony Dixon
  156. Toby Gerhart
  157. Ryan Broyles

WORST PLACE RANKS

  1. Mark Ingram
  2. Montee Ball
  3. Jared Cook
  4. Miles Austin

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