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Fantasy Football: (Weekend Injury Update) Week 13 FLEX Rankings & Playoff Tips

RotoExperts Staff November 29, 2014 8:00PM EDT

Week 13 FLEX Rankings: Update & Injuries

Week 13 Ranks: FLEX | QB | RB | WR | TE & D/ST
Week 13: Picks & Game Previews | Injuries & DFS ValuesRB Issues | TE Issues
Week 13 Pickups: Waiver Wire | RB Timeshares | WR Adds | TE Adds
Mayo & Lisa Ann: Rest of Season Outlooks | Breaking into Fantasy
Fantasy Playoffs: Playoff Ranks & Strategy | Best Schedules

The biggest question you’ll be facing in Week 13, unless you’re me, is who owns GRONK and his continuous stream of SMASHING, will inevitably be at tight end. Here’s why:

Out

Jordan Cameron (Still walkin’ around like Lucille 2)
Dwayne Allen (Ankle)
Jace Amaro (Dizzies)

Questionable

Jordan Reed (Being always hurt Jordan Reed)

Doubtful

Charles Clay (Hammy)

Maybeable

Julius Thomas (Ankle)

Don’t you wish you’d had just grabbed Delanie Walker off free agency?

Here’s the skinny. I’m holding out for Julius Thomas in the Sunday night game. You need a replacement if he’s inactive, though. Travis Kelce is the obvious choice, but he’s likely owned by someone that’s not you. There’s even a chance Jacob Tamme’s been stashed away on another roster by a TE desperate leaguemate. Dion Sims is the answer. Sims is certainly no guarantee, but with his increased opportunity in THE BEST matchup a TE can garner, he’s a Top 10 option at the position. I’d play him over Tamme anyway with Clay likely sidelined. Mychal Rivera and Larry Donnell too. Sims played 53 of 62 offensive snaps against the Broncos last week (85-percent) and hauled in four receptions on five targets. It’s not much, but there isn’t much at TE right now. Who would have thought you’d want to play Dion Sims over Charles Sims in Week 13? That bet was off the board in Vegas.

My poor, poor Jerick McKinnon. I was proud to publicize I went to Jerick with his discount DFS price and sweet matchup against the Panthers. Maybe the situation was simply too amazing to actually be realized. We weren’t ready for it. Now it’s all jumbled. Matt Asiata is expected to return from his concussion and presumably get the majority of the carries. Unfortunately, that’s nothing more than guesswork. Joe Banyard looked OK in limited action last week, so it could be him. And, the Vikings did use a waiver claim on Ben Tate. You’d think, eventually, he’d be involved. Seems like a good spot for that. Mike Zimmer hasn’t tipped his hand on how the backfield touches will be distributed, making each one a gamble. I don’t really want to use any, but that’s not a reality in a few leagues, so I’m playing Asiata from the trio. He’s familiar with the offense and is most likely to retain value even if Banyard or Tate is the primary ball handler. Asiata possesses the highest floor, and I don’t want to take a zero. In his past four games, on the bum end of the timeshare with McKinnon, he still played an average of 43-percent of snaps every week, never dipping below 39-percent in any one game: Week 8 at Tampa, 27/70 offensive plays. Plus, he was getting the goal line work. When flipping a coin between two (or more) low end RBs, the one with the highest likelihood of touching the ball inside the 5-yard line is always the answer. That said, if Asiata’s already gone, I’m not against rolling the dice on Banyard. There’s upside to be had against this weak Carolina run defense. Just don’t be upset if he scores zero points either, he’s that type of risk.

Latavius Murray is out in St. Louis. I’m leaning Marcel Reece over Darren McFadden, especially in PPR formats. However, like the Minnesota RBs, but even less so, none should be trusted to produce.

Arian Foster appears ready to play against the Texans and I’m ready to play him. Sorry anyone who was relying on Alfred Blue, you’ll always have Week 11. Hold on to Blue, or grab him if he’s dropped, though. If Foster goes down again, Blue vaults back into the Top 15 running backs. I’d rather stash him on my bench than a wildcard like Murray or McKinnon at this point of the season.

Larry Fitzgerald and Roddy White are both likely to be uniform – HUZZAH!!! Not so fast. It’s hard to imagine Fitz being anything more than a decoy while White has explicitly warned Fantasy owners in the past…

White hasn’t practiced this week. If it was me, and my season was hanging in the balance, I’d believe him.

Here are some undervalued names that pop off the screen in the DraftKings Millionaire Maker. Tomorrow, on FST LIVE from 12:00pm ET to kickoff (on FNTSY Sports Network), Garion Thorne and I will release our rosters most likely to turn a profit in Week 13. I’m saving the lineup that’s going to crown a millionaire for MYSELF DAMMIT!!! Doesn’t mean we both can’t win some cash:

QB: Ryan Tannehill ($6,800), Zach Mettenberger ($5,800), Drew Stanton ($5,000)
RB: Andre Ellington ($6,300), Justin Forsett ($6200), Tre Mason ($4,600), Lamar Miller ($4,500), Roy Helu ($3,400), Matt Asiata ($3,300)
WR: DeSean Jackson ($5,900), Kenny Stills ($4,800), Martavis Bryant ($4,700), Mike Wallace ($4,600), Michael Floyd ($3,600), Steadman Bailey ($3,000), Marqise Lee ($3,000)
TE: Greg Olsen ($5,300), Delanie Walker ($4,800), Dion Sims ($3,000)

THE FLEXPERT v14.13 – Week 13 FLEX Rankings & Playoff Tips

Shrink your bench.

Carrying six WRs, if you can only start four, is useless. Those roster spots are better served for immediate team needs and starting lineup maximization. Subterfuge too; Snidely Whiplash levels of dastardly deeds.

If your opponent doesn’t have a tight end and there’s only one decent option in free agency (Charles Clay this week. Whenever a decent TE is playing the Jets/Bears), it’s worth cutting Michael Floyd, and the Michael Floyd types of the world, if they’re not a starter, just to block your opponent. STOP THE PRESSES: TE is a lewd, post-apocalyptic night terror. And if the opposition doesn’t own GRONKKKKK, Jimmy Graham, Julius Thomas, Greg Olsen or Delanie Walker (yes, Delanie Walker), then they’ll be scrambling for one of these guys:

Streaming: Week 14 TE Rankings
  1. Kyle Rudolph
  2. Jason Witten
  3. Scott Chandler
  4. Jermaine Gresham
  5. Zach Ertz
  6. Brent Celek
Streaming: Week 15 TE Rankings
  1. Travis Kelce
  2. Charles Clay
  3. Coby Fleener
  4. Owen Daniels
  5. Kyle Rudolph
  6. Jordan Reed
Streaming: Week 16 TE Rankings
  1. Travis Kelce
  2. Coby Fleener
  3. Jermaine Gresham
  4. Tim Wright
  5. Scott Chandler
  6. Eric Ebron

At this point in the season, if a player contributes nothing to your starting lineup, that place on the roster is more valuable taking points away from the competition. It’s not guaranteed to work, I mean, Josh Hill CAN score a TD, however swinging the probability in your favor, even marginally, is one of the few ways to actually impact your odds. Having an awesome team is more effective, still, these little things all add up.

This mindset applies across the board. Want to roster three defenses to be prepared for Weeks 14-16? Go for it:

Week 14 D/ST Rankings 
  1. HOU at JAX
  2. DET vs TB
  3. PHI vs SEA
  4. GB vs ATL
  5. SF at OAK
  6. DEN vs BUF (*KYLE ORTON REVENGE!!!)
  7. MIN vs NYJ
  8. STL at WAS
  9. WAS vs STL
  10. SEA at PHI
  11. NE at SD
  12. ARZ vs KC
  13. JAX at HOU
  14. TEN vs NYG
Week 15 D/ST Rankings
  1. BAL vs JAX
  2. STL vs ARZ
  3. NE vs MIA
  4. DET vs MIN
  5. ARZ at STL
  6. TEN vs NYJ
  7. GB at BUF
  8. PHI vs DAL
  9. HOU vs IND
  10. TB at CAR
  11. IND vs HOU
  12. BUF vs GB
  13. KC vs OAK
  14. NYG vs WAS
  15. SEA vs SF
Week 16 D/ST Rankings
  1. GB at TB
  2. DET at CHI
  3. NE at NYJ
  4. PHI at WAS
  5. CLE at CAR
  6. BAL at HOU
  7. MIA vs MIN
  8. TEN at JAX
  9. DEN at CIN
  10. CHI vs DET
  11. BUF at OAK
  12. SF vs SD
  13. JAX vs TEN
  14. ARZ vs SEA
  15. STL vs NYG

You should be stashing one, maybe two of these RBs. If the starter in front of any member of this group goes down, they’ll earn must-start status in the following weeks because of skill or volume, and for some, both. Latavius Murray and Daniel Herron are fine adds, yet, if they’re just warming your bench, lose’em for an upside handcuff. Now, if they’re one of three RBs you rotate based on matchup, that’s different. In that situation, Murray/Herron/Fringy starter, possess more value to you than any of these backups:

Upside RB Stash Rankings
  1. Juwan Thompson
  2. Alfred Blue
  3. Knile Davis
  4. Joseph Randle
  5. Ka’Deem Carey
  6. Roy Helu
  7. Andre Williams
  8. Carlos Hyde
  9. James Starks

Always pick up RBs in the Thursday/Saturday/Monday games as a preemptive attack on a catastrophic injury. If Matt Forte or DeMarco Murray’s season meets an untimely end next Thursday night, having Ka’Deem Carey and/or Joseph Randle will prove you truly are an IDEAS MAN!!! If you simply have them on your bench and don’t start them, and nothing happens, waive them for someone else the next day. (NOTE: Check your settings, this does not apply in every league.)

While we’re at it:

Upside WR Rankings
  1. Davante Adams

That is all.

The rankings will obviously change with injuries and shifts in usage during the coming weeks, but not significantly. There’s so much random chance in winning a Fantasy Football championship, the only thing you can truly control is your preparation. Knowledge leads to calculated risks which places you in best position to get lucky. Trust me, you’ll need luck.

JUST THE TIPS!!!!

Adding players off free agency then dropping them the next day to put them on waivers, so no one can use them is not against the rules – it’s merely frowned upon. Like a friend soiling your hotel toilet instead of their own.

Drop “name” players. If it’s not one of your elite guys, consider them expendable.

Capitalize on newfound opportunity. Ladell Betts has won me title in the past. Like Mike Anderson did before him. I even Marc Bulger’d my way to a championship one season, and that was well after Bulger was washed up.

Don’t fret over the weather. Unless there’s a record-breaking windstorm. You may want to avoid that. Rain or snow, don’t worry about it. Except kickers. Use dome kickers. I honestly don’t care if that’s actually a thing or not, it’s peace of mind. Next year, banish kickers from your league. It’s the only way Cody Parkey will never hurt you again.

Most importantly, remember, don’t f*** up.

#BINGEWATCH

White meat. Dark meat. All will be carved. THANKSGIVING.

WEEK 13 Top 20 QBs (Most Updated QB RANKS)

  1. Andrew Luck
  2. Aaron Rodgers
  3. Peyton Manning
  4. Tom Brady
  5. Drew Brees
  6. Ryan Tannehill
  7. Ben Roethlisberger
  8. Zach Mettenberger 
  9. Josh McCown
  10. I’m Philip Rivers?
  11. HELLO JOE Flacco. Iron helps him play!
  12. Alex Smith
  13. Andy “GINGERVITUS” Dalton
  14. Eli Manning Face
  15. Matt Ryan
  16. Drew Stanton
  17. WHOOAAAAA CAMMMMMM
  18. Colt McCoy
  19. Chef Hoyardee
  20. I borrow my dad’s suits Kyle Orton

EARLY GAME WATCHABILITY INDEX

  1. CLE/BUF
  2. SD/BAL
  3. NO/PIT
  4. WAS/IND
  5. CIN/TB
  6. TEN/HOU
  7. CAR/MIN
  8. OAK/STL
  9. NYG/JAX

SUICIDE LAYUP

STL over OAK

WEEK 13 D/ST RANKS

***If anyone drops NE D/ST because of its Week 13 matchup with the Packers, use a waiver bid on them to deploy in Week 16 against the Jets. 

  1. DET
  2. NYG
  3. STL
  4. HOU
  5. ARZ
  6. MIA
  7. BAL
  8. JAX
  9. IND
  10. MIN

THE REVENGE SOCIETY

Lance Moore vs NO
Pierre Garcon at IND

QUICK READS

The Panthers have given up 14 scores to running backs in 11 games. So, you’d think this’d be the week Jerick McKinnon finally gets into the end zone. McKinnon has touched the ball 140 times and has yet to find pay dirt. Even without garnering goal line opportunities, the probability of this occurring is very, very low, especially considering how good he’s been. Only seven RBs have a better YPC than McKinnon (minimum 100 carries), and he’s Lucky Pierre’d between Jamaal Charles and Alfred Morris in elusive rating. Plus, Carolina’s allowed the seventh most 20-plus yard runs and a league high four 40-plus yard scampers. Regression is on the way. The good type of regression.

Let’s say you lost Nick Foles and Carson Palmer in consecutive weeks, and waiver wire whiffed on Mark Sanchez and Josh McCown to replace them. Maybe you just have Matt Ryan or Matthew Stafford and are fed up with either’s inconsistency. I have a solution. His name is Zach Mettenberger, who eerily puts up the same numbers every week. The rook’s tossed two TDs in three of four starts, averaging over 300 yards in those games. And the Texans are far from a difficult matchup. Opposing QBs have scored 15 or more Fantasy points in six straight against ‘em. There’s a bonus too: get Mettenberger now, and ride his soft schedule to a championship, if you need him. After Houston, the Titans close with the Giants, Jets and Jags.

In your mind movies, Ryan Fitzpatrick kills the value of his receivers. Which is somewhat true, unless you’re DeAndre Hopkins, who’s become one of the most consistent options at the position. Likely because the Fitzmagic is a NERRRRDDDDDDDDD and knows his passer rating is 21 points higher tossing it in DeAndre’s direction over Andre Johnson. Hopkins has nine or more targets in five straight, is tied with Jeremy Maclin and Randall Cobb in yards per route run and draws a fairly soft matchup with the Titans. Tennessee’s allowed at least one receiver to score in their past three road games.

Now is no time for bench mistakes, unless you’ve clinched already. Then this is the perfect week to choose poorly. Get it out of your system.

There’s a dirty little secret floating around Fantasy Football circles that owners have been exploiting for years. And you don’t realize it until you’ve rostered the guy. Fred Jackson is really good. And consistent; don’t sleep on his consistency. He’s the prototype RB2… when he’s healthy. Which he appears to be at the moment. Jackson has a touchdown or 100 total yards in four of his last five games with double-digit touches, and he’s been integrated in the Bills’ passing attack more than ever before, hauling in 60-percent more catches per game this season than his career rate. Yes, he’ll lose touches to Anthony Dixon, but Jackson’s always split touches with someone. It’s never mattered. And, facing a Browns squad that’s allowed the fourth most rushing yards in 2014, even 15 touches will produce Top 20 RB numbers.

Some were pensive slotting Delanie Walker into their starting lineup against the Eagles in a touch matchup. However with so few tight ends as heavily involved in their team’s offense as Walker, there’s safety in his usage. In three games with How’s your Mettenberger, Walker’s seen nine targets in two and five in the other. He only played a quarter and a half in that one. He’s the primary look. For the week he’s my fifth ranked tight end, the rest of the season too.

Could you use 20-plus points from your QB? Who couldn’t? That’s why you need to be running Ryan Tannehill through your lineup. Tannehill has posted 20-plus Fantasy points in four of eight games. Expect that stat to become “five of nine” after his gravy matchup against the Jets; the most generous squad to opposing pivots. And the best news, this is a primetime game. If there’s been one consistent bet to make all season, it’s the over in primetime. It’s blown past the number 29 of 37 times in 2014. So expect the ’Phins to be scoring, with Tannehill doing a ton of damage.

Lost in the commotion of Calvin Johnson’s return has been Golden Tate’s general awesomeness. Over the last month, GT3’s produced WR1 PPR totals and high end WR2 standard numbers. And the encouraging part is that he’s not relying on touchdowns to generate Fantasy points. There’s safety in yardage, scores for Tate are bonus points. He’s cracked the 100 yard barrier in six of eight games, and dominates everyone in football in yards after the catch, it’s what’s earned him at least one reception of 28-yards in each of his past five games. Bad News for the Bears, who’ve given up the third most passing plays of 20 yards or longer.

Four and half: the average number of sacks Carolina had given up the four weeks entering its bye. They also turned the ball over 11 times in that stretch, averaging 14 points per game. Outside of Jacksonville, the Panthers have been THEE team to stream against lately. Enter Minnesota, who are already a Top 10 unit limiting Fantasy QBs, but are very capable of generating sacks in bulk as well. Now, they only managed to take down Aaron Rodgers once Sunday, but had averaged four sacks per contest in the five games previous. They’re widely available if you’re stuck, and in Daily formats, make a cheap, contrarian alternative in tournament play.

You gotta give Andre Ellington credit. Despite two brutal matchups with the Lions and Seahawks, he’s remained a viable option because of his involvement in the Cards’ passing game. Ellington’s third in RB receptions, and traveling to Atlanta should only inflate his total. The Falcons are the second softest opponent a running back can draw, but they’re especially terrible in the flats. Atlanta’s given up the fifth most receptions to RBs, the fourth most receiving yards and the second most red zone touches. This plays perfectly into Ellington’s skills.

I unsuccessfully ran Alex Smith through my lineup in Week 2. He threw no touchdowns. It hurt, and confused me. Smith attempted 42 passes against Denver; he’s averaged 28.5 in the other 10 games. You’d think with the increased opportunity, he would have fluked into a score or two. That screams aberration. So, I’m going back to the well. If there’s one thing Smith’s guaranteed to do against the Broncos, it’s run; he’s averaging 47 yards on the ground in the past three with Denver, never falling below 42 in any one game. That’s basically a free TD with his legs.

PPR WEEK 13 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, Benny Cunningham & Darren Sproles (PPR Positive) and the stonehanded Alfred Morris, Frank Gore & Stevan Ridley (PPR Negative).

Week 13 Ranks: FLEX | QB | RB | WR | TE & D/ST
Week 13: Waiver Wire | RB Adds/Timeshares | WR Adds | TE Pickups
Mayo & Lisa Ann: Rest of Season Outlooks | Breaking into Fantasy
Fantasy Playoffs: Playoff Ranks & Strategy | Best Schedules

NOT SHUNNED but still shunned!!!: Ray Rice
RE-RESHUNNED: Adrian Peterson
ProbablePierre Thomas (Rib), Gio Bernard (Hip)
Questionable: Matt Asiata (Concussion), Arian Foster (Groin), Dexter McCluster (Dizzies), Rod Streater (Hip), The Wreck of the Larry Fitzgerald (Knee), Roddy White (Knee), Julius Thomas (Ankle)
Doubtful [Not Ranked]: Montee Ball (Groin), Khiry Robinson (Forearm), Ronnie Hillman (Foot), Latavius Murray (Dizzies), Charles Clay (Hammy), Jace Amaro (Dizzies)
Out: Antone Smith (Leg), Allen Robinson (Foot), Brandin Weber Cooks (Thumb), Jerick McKinnon (Back), Jordan Cameron (Dizzies), Dwayne Allen (Ankle)
CUT [Unlikely to ever be seen again]: Santonio Holmes, Jason Avant, Austin Pettismile
CUT [but now back]: Ben Tate, LeGarrette Montez Blount
BACK!!!!!!!!: Josh Gordon (Reefer Madness)

  1. Le’Veon Bell
  2. Demaryius Thomas
  3. Antonio Brown
  4. A.J. Green
  5. Josh Gordon
  6. #GRONKSMASH!!!!!
  7. T.Y. “Gene Mean” Hilton
  8. Jimmy Graham
  9. Andre Ellington
  10. Eddie Lacy
  11. Jamaal Charles
  12. C.J. Anderson
  13. Jordy Nelson
  14. The New ODB, Odell Beckham Jr.
  15. Money Mike Evans
  16. Emmanuel Sanders
  17. Randall Cobb
  18. Julio Jones
  19. Justin Forsett
  20. Arian Foster
  21. Rashad Jennings
  22. Denard Dog Robinson
  23. Kelvin BenJAMIN’
  24. Mike Wallace
  25. Brandon LaFell Sexwell
  26. Julius Thomas
  27. Greg Olsen
  28. Mohamed Sanu
  29. Kenny Stills to Pay the Billz
  30. Julian Edelman
  31. DeAndre Hopkins
  32. DeSean Jackson
  33. Martavis Bryant
  34. Delanie Walker
  35. Keenan Allen
  36. Jarvis Landry
  37. STEVE SMIFF SEÑOR
  38. Oh, hai Mark Ingram (Special Guest Rank: Fantasy Pros Consensus)
  39. Fred Jackson
  40. Shane Vereen
  41. Alfred Morris
  42. Isaiah Crowell
  43. Tre Mason
  44. Sammy Watkins
  45. Percy Harvin a Time
  46. Vincent Jackson
  47. Gio Bernard
  48. Jeremy Hill
  49. Dolphins Starting RB
  50. Ryan Mathews
  51. Daniel Herron
  52. Trent Richardson (Special Guest Rank:Fantasy Pros Consensus )
  53. Pierre Thomas
  54. Charles Johnson
  55. Reggie Wayne
  56. Andrew Hawkins
  57. Justin Hunter
  58. Antonio Gates
  59. TRAVIS KELCE!!!!!!!
  60. Coby Fleener
  61. Eric Decker
  62. Andre Johnson
  63. Cecil Shorts III
  64. Rueben Randle
  65. John Brown
  66. Pierre Garçon
  67. Charles Sims
  68. Marques Colston
  69. Dwayne Bowe
  70. Michael Floyd
  71. Kendall Wright
  72. Kenny Britt
  73. Torrey Smith
  74. James Jones
  75. Malcom Floyd
  76. Stedman Bailey
  77. LeGarrette Montez Blount
  78. Steven Jackson
  79. Matt Asiata
  80. Marcel Reece
  81. Jordan Reed
  82. Mychal Rivera
  83. Larry Donnell
  84. Owen Daniels
  85. Kyle Rudolph
  86. Heath Miller
  87. Jermaine Gresham
  88. DeAngelo Williams
  89. Bishop Cranky
  90. Anthony Dixon
  91. Andre Williams
  92. Terrance West
  93. Roddy White
  94. Allen Hurns
  95. Andre Holmes
  96. The Wreck of the Larry Fitzgerald
  97. Hollywood Chris Hogan
  98. Markus Cream of Wheaton: NOW WITH EXTRA GLUTEN!!!
  99. Miles Austin 316
  100. Benny Cunningham, and his wife, Oprah
  101. Darren McFadden
  102. Jonathan Stewart
  103. Chris Ivory
  104. Roy Helu Jr.
  105. Joe Banyard
  106. Alfred Blue
  107. Toby Gerhart
  108. Nasty Nate Washington 666
  109. Wesley Welker
  110. Marqise Lee
  111. Greg Jennings
  112. Dr. Jacoby Jones
  113. Davante Adams
  114. Devin Hester
  115. Robert Woods
  116. Bobby November Rainey
  117. Brian Hartline
  118. Preston Parker
  119. The Walls of Jerricho Cotchery
  120. LOUIS MURPHY!!!!
  121. Tavon Austin
  122. Cordarrelle Patterson
  123. Scott Chandler
  124. Garrett Graham
  125. Tim Wright
  126. Niles Paul
  127. Austin Seferian-Jenkins
  128. Jacob Tamme
  129. Shonn Greene
  130. Juwan Thompson
  131. Travaris Cadet
  132. Jonas Gray
  133. Knile Davis
  134. Branden Oliver
  135. Doug Martin
  136. Eddie Royal
  137. Rod Streater
  138. Lance Moore
  139. Harry Douglas
  140. Donte Moncrief
  141. Brice Butler
  142. Fake John Brown
  143. Travis All About the Benjamins
  144. Hakeem Nicks
  145. Chris Johnson
  146. Devonte Freeman
  147. Ben Tate
  148. Lorenzo Taliaferro
  149. Bryce Brown
  150. Benard Pierce
  151. Dri Archer #DANGERZONE
  152. Damien Williams
  153. Maurice Jones-Drew
  154. Taylor “Sledgehammer” Gabriel
  155. Jarius Wright
  156. Andre Roberts
  157. Cody Latimer
  158. Andre Caldwell
  159. Ace Sanders
  160. Cole Beasley
  161. Kenbrell Thompkins
  162. Junior Hemingway
  163. Frankie Hammond
  164. Jeremy Kerley
  165. T.J. Graham
  166. Marlon Brown
  167. Corey Washington
  168. Dane Sanzenbacher
  169. Chris Givens
  170. Jarrett Boykin
  171. Jonathan Grimes (Or, Grimey, as he likes to be called)
  172. James Starks
  173. Jacquizz Rodgers
  174. Michael Bush
  175. Andrew Quarless
  176. Anthony Fasano
  177. Clay Harbor
  178. Levine Trololo
  179. Jim Dray
  180. Chase Ford
  181. Brandon Myers
  182. Marcedes Lewis
  183. Crockett Gillmore
  184. Jeff Cumberland
  185. Richard Rodgers
  186. Donald Brown
  187. Mike James
  188. Dexter McCluster: Telling you not to LOL and Drive
  189. Ronnie Brown
  190. John Khun
  191. Bilal POWWWWell
  192. Jordan Todman
  193. Super Storm Johnson
  194. Country Music Sensation Griff Whalen
  195. Ryan Broyles
  196. Brian ENOUGH IS ENOUGH AND IT’S TYMS FOR A CHANGE
  197. Danny Amendola
  198. Ladarius Green
  199. Daniel Fells
  200. Brandon Bostick
  201. Chris Gragg
  202. Rhett Ellison
  203. Vance McDonald
  204. Josh Hill
  205. John Carlson
  206. Ben Watson
  207. Vincent Brown
  208. Brandon Tate
  209. Ted Ginn Jr.
  210. Mike Tolbert
  211. Brandon Bolden
  212. Cedric Peerman
  213. DeAnthony Thomas
  214. Leon Washington, The Professional
  215. Fozzy Wozzy Whittaker
  216. Daniel Thomas
  217. Silas Redd
  218. Marion Brice
  219. Stepfan Taylor
  220. Zac StacyFilm Credits: “Super Mario Bros.” as Goomba
  221. Kyle Juszczyk
  222. Chris Ogbonnaya
  223. Jackie Battle
  224. Denarius Moore
  225. Brandon Gibson
  226. James White
  227. Darrel Young
  228. Jalen Parmele

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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