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Fantasy Football: (Weekend Update) Week 10 FLEX Rankings

RotoExperts Staff November 8, 2014 6:30PM EDT

Week 10 FLEX Rankings: Weekend Update

Finally… Calvin Johnson and Reggie Bush  HAVE COME BACK… tooooooooooo Detroit. The Lions waited long enough (like you and I) for Johnson to actually be healthy this time, so I’ve inserted him back in his usual place near the top of the Week 10 FLEX rankings. If you’ve survived without your best player thus far, congrats, and get ready for a major boost down the stretch. Bush? Well, the only thing you can really say is that he’ll nullify any value Theo Riddick had and suck touches away from Joique Bell. Super. Of DET RBs, Bush is likely the best option against a Dolphins defense that is far more susceptible in the flats than between the tackles.

Week 11: Waiver Wire Pickups & FAAB Bids
Week 10 Ranks: FLEX | QB | RB | WR | TE & D/ST | Injury Update

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Wondering about Montee Ball’s impact on Ronnie Hillman and Josh McCown’s on TB’s offense; plus, one awesome buy low? Problem Solved.

Sammy Watkins hasn’t practiced since injuring groin Wednesday. Originally, the Bills said it wasn’t serious, but I’m beginning to get worried. If he’s active, BIG WATTY is still a Top 20 WR for me – just too much upside, even if he’s slightly hobbled. However I’ve already added Robert Woods in a few leagues as a precautionary play should Watkins not suit up. Woods will be Buffalo’s primary receiving option should that happen and will be a fringe Top 35ish WR in both PPR and standard formats. Give Hollywood Chris Hogan some love as a deep FLEX play if you’re in pure desperation mode.

Fred Jackson practiced with the first team all week, yet still isn’t likely to play Sunday. Seems like they were making sure F JAX would be up to speed for Thursday night when the Bills travel to Miami. Even if Jackson is active, it appears he’ll play limited snaps. Anthony Dixon remains the best start whether Jackson is in or not. UPDATE: Jackson now likely to play. I’m wavering on how impactful he’ll be, but if the Bills feel good enough to play he, he’ll be getting the ball. He’s your best BUF RB option. Check the ranks.

Pierre Thomas and Khiry Robinson are out again for the Saints, and now that awful Mark Ingram is questionable with a shoulder issue. Ingram’s still expected to get the majority of work out of the New Orleans’ backfield, though. Now, I would never start Mark Ingram – he’s the worst – but my guest ranker feels differently. Travaris Cadet will be a serviceable FLEX/plug in RB2 PPR leagues.

Expect Lamar Miller to play, although, he’ll be limited and it’s a brutal matchup against the Lions. Miller’s status won’t be made official until around 12ET, so pay attention. Daniel Thomas would be semi-startable should Miller be sidelined; Damien Williams too – if you’re looking for a TD vulture.

Rashad Jennings is listed as doubtful, so anticipate one more week of Andre Williams getting a bunch of touches with little return and Peyton Hillis sneakily posting close to double-dight PPR points. Seriously, buy super low on Jennings right now. When he’s healthy, he’ll be seeing 20-30 touches a game.

Despite saying Martellus Bennett will “probably” play, the Bears promoted practice squad TE   Blake Annen anyway. It’s likely a hedge in case Bennett suffers a setback between now and kickoff. Unless I had a solid alternative, I’d roll with Bennett regardless. Not knowing his status until Sunday night is going to cause some panic, but Andrew Quarless will still be available to pick up if the worst happens. Zach Ertz could be available too – Ertz > Quarless.

Finally, if you haven’t watched Too Many Cooks, first, what do you do with your time? Second, if you don’t find it the most hilarious thing you’ve seen in a year, we can’t be friends anymore – you’re the worst. However you get a pass if you don’t live in Oregon, Colorado or Canada, and are petrified by mandatory minimums.

THE FLEXPERT v14.10 – Week 10 FLEX Rankings

So, you want to pick up Adrian Peterson, huh? Judging by the Peterson’s current ownership numbers, that ship is already half way to India, in hopes of returning with a bounty of silks and spices, the likes of which we have never seen. Or, it’s reached the end of the Earth and descended into the abyss. I hear the jury is still out on Copernicus. Either way, if you wanted to gamble on Peterson returning, you likely already missed out. But, don’t get it twisted, it is a gamble. If you added AP in the hopes of him providing Fantasy salvation, sorry to say, that’s a low probability outcome.

Just because Peterson isn’t going to jail doesn’t mean he’s coming back soon, if at all, no matter what kind of propaganda his lawyer is spewing. In order to play, Peterson still needs to avoid suspension from the league; not merely for child beating charges, but also reportedly funding orgies with charity money and getting busted after an encounter with Sampson. Then, despite the players saying they’d welcome him back, Vikings’ ownership needs to give their stamp of approval to make that happen. Remember how quickly they eased off their support of Peterson after sponsors got involved; unless everyone’s forgotten what he did, that’s another major hurdle that needs to be cleared. Let’s say Peterson breaks through all those barriers, the final pressing question remains, “will he be the same player upon his return?” I’d like to say he will be, but that’s simply unknowable right now; he hasn’t been practicing for months or been at the team facility staying prepared.

Could Peterson come back sooner than expected? Definitely, those odds aren’t off the board. Despite what I tell chicks at bars, I’m no lawyer, but Cedric Hopkins is, and he’s my primary source on any legal matter concerning the NFL, the CBA and player suspensions. Hopkins lays out a scenario in which Peterson could circumvent a suspension and return immediately. Unfortunately, like we witnessed with Josh Gordon, the NFL ain’t neva scurred to just DO WHAT THEY WANT!!!

That said, I scooped Peterson up in every league where it made sense, you know, just in case.

Picking up Peterson is a luxury purchase. The price may not have been more than a couple FAAB bucks or a high waiver priority (maybe it was free), but the cost to your roster may have been significant. I received an overload of inquiries concerning whether or not to splurge on Peterson. People asking, “do I drop [insert player here] to add AP?” And, being oblivious to variables like roster construction, league rules, bench spots, team record, etc., makes it a difficult question to answer.

This is how I approached the situation. And it doesn’t just pertain to Peterson, it applies to any high-ceiling player with question marks concerning his return. The same logic that led to me drafting Gordon on every team I own, sans one. I got robbed.

MAYO’S SUPER FANTASTIC DISGRACED SUPERSTAR PLAYER PICKUP BLUEPRINT

Can your team, in its current state, afford to lose the player you’re dropping? If it can, do it. Like any value stash.

What is the size of your league? Players like Tre Mason, Ryan Mathews, Reggie Bush & Charles Sims have different values in every league. I cut Mason in a 12-teamer for AP because I don’t need him. I’m 7-2 with Le’Veon Bell, Jamaal Charles, Ahmad Bradshaw and Fred Jackson on my roster. I was never going to use Mason. I kept Sims in another league because I’m 4-5 and may have to use him this week because of byes and injuries. And even in that league, while I didn’t cut Sims, I put Peterson on layaway by cutting my kicker. I’ll probably have to drop AP by kickoff, but I’ve extended my window of information by a few days. It’s doubtful the situation is resolved by Sunday, but at least I’ve put myself in a position to capitalize on a lucky break.

If you’re in a freeroll situation, even where you don’t need the RB/FLEX assistance, could you potentially flip AP for something to help your team immediately? He’s in demand right now. Always consider how your league mates view a player. Even if you don’t think AP plays this season, he’s an appreciating asset if others do, and that’s valuable.

Like anything in life, live within your means. What one thing is worth to one person is completely different to another; even at the same price tag. Anyone with reasonable credit can drive around in a new Lexus. But that doesn’t mean they can afford it. If it means you have to declare bankruptcy in three weeks, it doesn’t sound like cruising around like a big shot was worth it. Like with an asset, real life or in Fantasy, it’s more valuable to the upper class. AP can be a terrific weapon or asset to have your disposal if he doesn’t really mean much to your team’s success, for others, he’ll be an anchor.

#BINGEWATCH

Veep is the funniest show currently on television. If you haven’t been watching, I don’t know what you tell ya, besides GIVE YOUR HEAD A SHAKE, I suppose. It’s three season’s in, returning in Spring 2015, and just 28 episodes. This is an easy binge to pound out.

WEEK 10 Top 20 QBs (Most Updated QB RANKS)

  1. Peyton Manning
  2. Aaron Rodgers
  3. Ben Roethlisberger
  4. Carson Palmer
  5. Matt Ryan
  6. WHOOAAAAA CAMMMMMM
  7. Drew Brees
  8. Smokin’ Jay Cutler
  9. Mark Sanchez
  10. Russell Wilson
  11. Gonzo Kaepernick
  12. Derek Carr
  13. Matthew Stafford
  14. Ryan Tannehill
  15. HELLO JOE Flacco. Iron helps him play!
  16. I borrow my dad’s suits Kyle Orton
  17. Blake Bortles
  18. Zach Mettenberger 
  19. Hunky Tony Romo
  20. Michael Vick

EARLY GAME WATCHABILITY INDEX

  1. KC/BUF
  2. MIA/DET
  3. SF/NO
  4. TEN/BAL
  5. PIT/NYJ
  6. DAL/JAX
  7. ATL/TB

SUICIDE LAYUP

DEN over OAK

WEEK 10 D/ST RANKS

  1. ARZ
  2. DEN
  3. DAL
  4. PHI
  5. PIT
  6. BAL
  7. BUF
  8. GB
  9. SEA
  10. DET

SUPERLOCK

TB (+2.5)

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Reggie Bush vs MIA
Greg Little vs CLE
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Not gonna lie, though, if you’d told me six weeks ago Denard Robinson would have such a lofty spot in the Week 10 FLEX rankings, I’d have asked you whether you forgot to get your brain medication from the national ‘ealth. But here we are. And Denard has been pretty legit. In fact, no RB has more rushing yards over the last three weeks. None. Don’t expect anything to change against the ‘Boys in London either. Lead RBs against the Dallas Cowboys over the last two weeks? 44 touches, 219 yards, two scores. Oh, if you play in a Yahoo! league, Robinson is worth a lot more because of his RB/WR eligibility. It doesn’t sound like much, but his unique flexibility has helped me navigate both injury and bye week disasters over the last two weeks.

At the high end of available tight ends to plug and play, we have Heath Miller. Now, don’t get it twisted, Miller is never safe. You never know when he’s going to get 10 targets or when he’s completely out of the Steelers’ game plan. Doesn’t matter. This matchup with the Jets is loaded with upside, and the potential reward more than outweighs the risk. New York has given up a touchdown to the position in six of seven weeks, a total of 10 TDs in seven games. Essentially, playing the Jets as a tight end is the easiest best way of getting multiple scores in one night, this side of frosh week.

Would you believe me if I told you Mike Evans is averaging more targets per game than Randall Cobb? Or that, despite having his bye and missing a game, no receiver has a higher aDOT (average depth of target) and more touchdowns since Week 4? Well, you should. I checked and everything! And by that, I mean I got Kyle Soppe to look it up for me. To pile on with the Money Mike love, he’s seen more targets than presumed number one Vincent Jackson while both are on the field and he’s started the season with four or more catches in seven straight games, matching the the career-best stretch of Calvin Johnson. Mike Evans – I’m ALL IN!!! And no, the shift to Josh McCown from Mike Glennon doesn’t affect his value. Those two are both scrubs.

Andrew Luck, Philip Rivers and Tom Brady owners, your time has come. Damn you dastardly bye weeks, DAMN YOU ALL TO HELL!!! You may have been holding a backup pivot all season specifically for this week, but that’s why you should. Better options always emerge. If you’re not familiar with best ball formats, I’ll give ya the quick skinny: You draft 30 players at the beginning of the year… and that’s it. You get your optimal lineup every week and see who drafts the best. There’s only one player I have on every single best ball team in 2014 – the dashing Mark Sanchez. It was simple. If anything was to happen to Nick Foles, Sanchez would seamlessly step in and produce big Fantasy points in Chip Kelly’s system, and now it’s happened. Actually, because of his mobility, compared to Foles at least, Sanchez is a better fit. And, he won’t just help your team, LeSean McCoy owners should rejoice as well. If you’re hurting at QB, turn to the butt fumble dude. And speaking of Shady, the season long panic surrounding McCoy has persisted all the way into Week 10. Impressive. Now, McCoy hasn’t come close to living up to his draft position thus far, but he been far from a disaster – he is fourth in rushing yards if ya didn’t know. His value is tied directly to volume and that provides safety. Shady has touched the ball at least 24 times the last four games, yet didn’t score in any. That’s a statistical aberration. Touchdown regression is coming BIG TIME. The good kind of regression. When will it start? This week, probably. The Panthers have acted as the magic elixir for all running back woes. Carolina has allowed multiple TDs to RBs in three of its last four, and an average of 110 yards to the position over the last seven. Plus, SANCHIZE!!! Buy low on McCoy now before everyone catches on.

Everyone is off the Kelvin Benjamin bandwagon after his shameful 2-18 showing against the Saints. Doesn’t worry me in the slightest. He’s a rookie, he’s going to have a few bad showings. It would be concerning if the usage had disappeared, which it didn’t. Benji only posted two receptions, but did see 10 targets. Call it a blip. One that gets corrected this week in Philly. Not only has Benjamin scored in all four road games this year, the Eagles have allowed the opposing WR1 to AVERAGE seven catches, 95 yards and a TD in their last three home games.

If you’re jammed at QB because of byes or an unfortunate encounter with LONESTAR, then it’s time to hold your nose and get the King of Garbage Time, Derek Carr, into your lineup. He’ll be competent against Denver! The Broncos have allowed 11 passing TDs over the last four weeks, and you’d have to expect The Raiders will be playing from behind most of the game – not that there’s anything wrong with that. In fact for Carr, it’s preferable.

Depending on which teams are on bye, different positions get affected. Generally, running back takes the hardest hit, but with usual must-starts like Tony Gates, Jordan Reed, Dwayne Allen and GRONK forced into a week’s vacation, there’s going to be a mad, mad, mad, mad scramble to find a filler. I got ya. This is Mayo’s triple play TEs and STREAMIN Ds.

I really don’t like Bishop Sankey’s matchup at the Ravens, but in a week with so many byes and confusing backfield timeshares, his secure workload provides safety; 56-percent of Sankey’s touches have come over the past three games. He’s averaging 16 in that span. And, while he hasn’t hasn’t been a dynamo, his ypc have improved in each contest. Sankey may not have much upside, but he does have an elevated floor if you need it.

They should film one of those cat call videos with Percy Harvin walking around New York City – the guy’s gettin’ looks. Harvin has 27 targets plus rushing attempts since joining the Jets two weeks ago. He had 26 in his final month in Seattle. Now, fuse his ever-expanding opportunity with his big play ability and you have a FANTASY BONANZA against Pittsburgh; only six defenses have allowed more TDs passes on fewer completions than the Steelers. Plus, they’ve ceded at least 23 points in four straight games.

Sometimes consistency gets overlooked, especially when that consistency is emanating from an older player. Listen, Fantasy agism is real thing, and we should all be speaking out against it. It’s why Carson Palmer is either wasting away on the bench for a lot of teams or not rostered at all. It’s baffling. Sure, you can start your Russell Wilsons and Colin Kaepernicks and shoot for upside, but there is plenty of value to be mined from an elevated floor. That’s Palmer; five starts, 11 TD passes, with at least two in every game. Why do you people hate a minimum of 17 points every week, so much? Greedy bastards. If Palmer is still available, pick him up and play him against the Rams. St. Louis has been the second-most generous defense to opposing Fantasy QBs the past four weeks, and that’s after stifling Kaepernick last Sunday.

For those wondering where Mark Ingram has been hiding in my rankings, it’s always the same spot… WORST PLACE!!! I don’t like Ingram; I don’t trust him. If you have him, you should sell him now. But, in the interest of objectivity, I’ve enlisted the the assistance of a guest ranker to insert him in my ranks. The fact that he’s not in last means he’s far too high for my liking.

If you’re truly hurting at TE, mining consistent weekly opportunity is the best way to make sure you get a bit of production from the position. You can’t afford a zero. And Mychal Rivera’s now seen 20 targets over the past two games. Now, that may only be a fraction of the looks his sister gets – babe – but if you got bye problems, you can do worse. For the season, Denver is inside the Top 10 for points allowed to TEs, and you’d expect Oakland to be trailing and throwing for most the game. Rivera may not be the most skillful tight end around, but among the scrub replacements he has the largest chance of success.

I don’t trust Green Bay’s D/ST against the Bears, however, if you play in leagues where defenses come at a premium, know that Chicago has bled 12-plus Fantasy points to the opposing D/ST in three of their past four games. Just be warned, this is a risky move, with the Bears’ offense capable of posting crooked numbers at a moments notice. However, if you’re in a pinch, GB D/ST has upside and will be at the ready.

PPR WEEK 10 FLEX RANKINGS

NOTE: PPR scoring only truly affects outliers. PPR Ranks and Standard Ranks are similar with the exception extreme reception magnets like Pierre Thomas, Justin Forsett & Darren Sproles (PPR Positive) and the stonehanded Alfred Morris, Frank Gore & Stevan Ridley (PPR Negative).

Week 10: What to do With AP |  More AP, Gordon Value |FAAB Bids
Week 10 Rankings: FLEXQB | RB | WR | TE & D/ST
Week 10: Start/Sits |  Bye Week Pickups | RB Adds | WR Adds
Week 10 DFS: Top Tournament Plays | Market Share Value

Pat Mayo Hour – Week 10 FLEX Rankings Debate w/ Jake Ciely

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SHUNNED!!!: Ray Rice
RESHUNNED???: Adrian Peterson
ProbableJonathan Stewart (Leg), Toby Gerhart (Foot), Ronnie Hillman (Shoulder), Darren Sproles (Knee), Tavon Austin (Knee), Calvin Johnson (Ankle), Reggie Wayne (Elbow), Eric Ebron (Hammy)
Questionable: Lamar Miller (Shoulder), Montee Ball (Knee), Charles Sims (Ankle), Wesley Welker (Back), Sammy Watkins (Groin), Owen Daniels (Knee), Fred Jackson (Groin)
Doubtful [Not Ranked]: Pierre Thomas (Shoulder/Rib), Gio Bernard (Knee), Rashad Jennings (Knee), Donnie Avery (Hip), Joseph Fauria (Ankle), Dion Sims (Toe), Khiry Robinson (Forearm)
Cut: Austin Pettismile
Keep Stashing: Josh Gordon (Suspension)

  1. Antonio Brown
  2. Jordy Nelson
  3. Jeremy Maclin
  4. Matt Forte
  5. DeMarco Murray, Present
  6. Calvin Johnson
  7. Julio Jones
  8. LeSean McCoy
  9. Jamaal Charles
  10. Marshawn Lynch
  11. Le’Veon Bell
  12. Andre Ellington
  13. Jimmy Graham
  14. Kelvin BenJAMIN’
  15. Julius Thomas
  16. Demaryius Thomas
  17. Emmanuel Sanders
  18. Dez Dispenser Bryant
  19. Brandon Marshall
  20. Alshon Jeffery
  21. Randall Cobb
  22. Ronnie Hillman
  23. Oh, hai Mark Ingram (Special Guest Rank: Kyle Soppe)
  24. Eddie Lacy
  25. Greg Olsen
  26. Sammy Watkins
  27. Money Mike Evans
  28. STEVE SMIFF SEÑOR
  29. Denard Dog Robinson
  30. Bobby November Rainey
  31. Darren McFadden
  32. Roddy White
  33. Golden Tate III
  34. Mike Wallace
  35. Percy Harvin a Time
  36. Martavis Bryant
  37. Eric Decker
  38. The Wreck of the Larry Fitzgerald
  39. Doug Baldwin
  40. Vincent Jackson
  41. Heath Miller
  42. Delanie Walker
  43. Martellus Bennett
  44. Michael Floyd
  45. Andre Holmes
  46. Rueben Randle
  47. The New ODB, Odell Beckham Jr.
  48. Justin Forsett
  49. Dolphins Starting RB
  50. Chris Ivory
  51. Reggie Bush X
  52. Bishop Cranky
  53. Tre Mason
  54. Michael CRABPEOPLE!!!
  55. Fred Jackson
  56. Allen Robinson
  57. Justin Hunter
  58. James Jones
  59. Cecil Shorts III
  60. Brandin Weber Cooks
  61. Kendall Wright
  62. Kenny Stills to Pay the Billz
  63. Joique Bell
  64. Frank Gore
  65. Darren Sproles
  66. Steven Jackson
  67. Zach Ertz
  68. Charles Dice Clay
  69. HEY VERN Davis
  70. TRAVIS KELCE!!!!!!!
  71. Owen Daniels
  72. Mychal Rivera
  73. DeAngelo Williams
  74. Dwayne Bowe
  75. Marques Colston
  76. The Walls of Jerricho Cotchery
  77. Terrance Williams
  78. Kenny Britt
  79. Jarvis Landry
  80. Jordan Matthews
  81. Robert Woods
  82. Torrey Smith
  83. John Brown
  84. Davante Adams
  85. Markus Cream of Wheaton: NOW WITH EXTRA GLUTEN!!!
  86. Wesley Welker
  87. Anquan Boldin
  88. Stevie Johnson
  89. Allen Hurns
  90. Benny Cunningham, and his wife, Oprah
  91. Travaris Cadet
  92. Lorenzo Taliaferro
  93. Charles Sims
  94. Andre Williams
  95. Anthony Dixon
  96. Montee Ball
  97. Jonathan Stewart
  98. Jermaine Kearse
  99. Riley Cooper
  100. Dr. Jacoby Jones
  101. Lance Moore
  102. Clay Harbor
  103. Jason Witten
  104. Larry Donnell
  105. Andrew Quarless
  106. Jace Amaro
  107. Scott Chandler
  108. Stedman Bailey
  109. Harry Douglas
  110. Nasty Nate Washington 666
  111. Marquise Goodwin
  112. Santonio Holmes
  113. Devin Hester
  114. Tavon Austin
  115. Theo Riddick
  116. Chris Johnson
  117. Peyton Hillis
  118. Toby Gerhart
  119. Daniel Thomas
  120. Antone Smith
  121. DeAnthony Thomas
  122. James Starks
  123. Knile Davis
  124. Doug Martin
  125. LeGarrette Blount
  126. Shonn Greene
  127. Bryce Brown
  128. Jarrett Boykin
  129. Ryan Broyles
  130. Corey Fuller
  131. Jason Avant
  132. LOUIS MURPHY!!!!
  133. Kenbrell Thompkins
  134. Jeremy Kerley
  135. Marlon Brown
  136. Paul Richardson
  137. Brandon Tate
  138. Corey Washington
  139. Marqise Lee
  140. Brian Hartline
  141. Brice Butler
  142. Hollywood Chris Hogan
  143. Damien Williams
  144. Dexter McCluster: Telling you not to LOL and Drive
  145. Daniel Fells
  146. Austin Seferian-Jenkins
  147. Luke Willson
  148. Anthony Fasano
  149. Levine Trololo
  150. Jim Dray
  151. Brandon Pettigrew
  152. Cooper Helfet
  153. Ka’Deem Carey
  154. Robert Turbin
  155. Chris Polk
  156. Maurice Jones-Drew
  157. Juwan Thompson
  158. Marion Brice
  159. Joseph Randle
  160. Carlos Hyde
  161. Devonte Freeman
  162. Stepfan Taylor
  163. Christine Michael
  164. Zac StacyFilm Credits: “Super Mario Bros.” as Goomba
  165. Kyle Juszczyk
  166. Jordan Todman
  167. Super Storm Johnson
  168. Jacquizz Rodgers
  169. Bernard Pierce
  170. Dane Sanzenbacher
  171. Brandon Lloyd
  172. Rishard Matthews
  173. Brandon Bostick
  174. Eric Ebron
  175. Chris Gragg
  176. Crockett Gillmore
  177. Jeff Cumberland
  178. Brent Celek
  179. James Casey
  180. Vance McDonald
  181. Josh Hill
  182. Gavin Escobar
  183. Brandon Myers
  184. John Carlson
  185. Ben Watson
  186. Zach Miller (SEA)
  187. Marcel Reece
  188. Chris Ogbonnaya
  189. Lance Dunbar
  190. Leon Washington, The Professional
  191. Dri Archer #DANGERZONE
  192. Darrin Reaves
  193. Jackie Battle
  194. James White
  195. Darrel Young
  196. C.J. Anderson
  197. Fozzy Wozzy Whittaker
  198. Jalen Parmele
  199. Bilal POWWWWell
  200. Mike James
  201. Latavius Murray
  202. Chris Givens
  203. Frankie Hammond
  204. Ted Ginn Jr.
  205. Cody Latimer
  206. Andre Caldwell
  207. Ace Sanders
  208. Ricardo Lockette
  209. Denarius Moore
  210. Brandon Gibson
  211. Preston Parker
  212. Cole Beasley
  213. Junior Hemingway

WORST PLACE!!!

  1. Oh, hai Mark Ingram
  2. Lamar THRILLER
  3. Second Worst RB of all time, Trent Richardson
  4. Jared Cook

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