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Fantasy Football: (Injury Update) Week 15 FLEX Rankings

RotoExperts Staff December 13, 2014 9:55AM EDT

Week 15 FLEX Rankings: Weekend Injury Update

Week 15 Ranks: FLEX | QB | RB | WR | TE & D/ST | Start/Sit
Week 15: Picks/Game Previews | RB/WR Injuries & Replacements Ranks
Week 15: Johnny Football | Waivers | RB Adds | WR Adds | W15/16 TE
Fantasy Playoffs: RB Handcuff Ranks | Playoff Ranks & Tips | Best Schedules

Julio Jones, Ryan Mathews, Rashad Jennings, Eddie Lacy, Jeremy Hill and Reggie Wayne all enter Week 15 with injuries or confusing workloads. Here’s how to deal with them, and where the replacements rank if any are out. BOOM!

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Note: Julio Jones is now expected to be a decoy, at best, so I’ve taken him out of the rankings. Will he truly be a decoy, who knows? But this is the best info we have to work with, and I don’t want to take a zero in my semi-final game. It sucks, but them the breaks. I’ve moved Roddy White up to WR18, in between Kelvin Benjamin and Jordan Matthews. Harry Douglas is now WR32. And, Devin Hester is a capable upside FLEX if you’re desperate: WR48.

THE FLEXPERT v14.15 – Week 15 FLEX Rankings

Since we’re into Week 15, I figured I’ll can my usual opening pontification for baseball season (or golf, I write a lot of golf). This way, I can focus on what matters in the Fantasy playoffs – HOT TAKES!!!!! And this bizarre situation that’s had me twisted for a couple days.

Week 15 is going to be swung by either Chris Ivory or Chris Johnson. I actually had a producer suggest I do a segment on this particular decision titled, “CHRISMAS COME EARLY!!!!” Yes, precisely four exclamation marks and no “T” in CHRISMAS. I passed, despite enjoying puns for the most part. Here’s the issue: Which one is the better start? You see, Tennessee is THEE rushing matchup to exploit. However since Geno Picks reclaimed his starting gig, the usage between the two is basically identical:

Snap Count: Week 12/13/14

CJ2K: 36/23/33
Ivory: 28/25/28

Rushing Attempts: Week 12/13/14

CJ2K: 7/17/16
Ivory: 7/16/16

Targets: Week 12/13/14

CJ2K: 4/0/2
Ivory: 3/0/2

COME’ON!!! Thanks for nothing, numbers. While I like to constantly point it out for hilarious narrative purposes, REVENGE GAMES aren’t really an accurate predictor of Fantasy performance. But… this could be the week, right? Desperately searching for more information, a quick text convo with Hollywood Mike Clay revealed Ivory has 11 touches inside the 5-yard line this season, whereas Johnson has one. So, probability favors Ivory being the better play; New York’s play calling trends would suggest he’s more likely to receive an opportunity to score a short touchdown. Not so fast. That’s over the course of the season, the Jets’ offensive game plan has altered dramatically since Week 3. When Geno reclaimed his job two and a half weeks ago, they started using the same playbook as Harvard, in 1894. There’s simply not enough recent data to make a firm judgement. But, don’t you just feel like Rex is the kind of coach to make certain CJ2K scores against his former squad? I do. It’s head versus gut. And I’m famished. Just remember, neither are automatic starts, both are merely serviceable RB2s in a pinch, and whichever one finds pay dirt is going to breach the Top 20 at the position.

CJ REVENGE FTW!!!!!!

#BINGEWATCH

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Oh, what’s this, another new Pat Mayo Hour? Believe it. I jumped into the studio with Garion Thorne for some instant reaction on how Cam Newton’s car crash impacts the Fantasy playoffs. We talked through how Derek Anderson starting for the Panthers doesn’t adversely affect Greg Olsen or Kelvin Benjamin, in fact, it may actually boost their numbers. But, Jonathan Stewart, he’ll get volume, but loses the open running lanes that CAMMMMMM and the read option provided him, so his upside becomes capped. We also dig into the best available QB streaming options for Week 15 and 16 if you lost CAMMMMMM… or just need a pivot in general.

WEEK 15 Top 20 QBs (Most Updated QB RANKS)

  1. Andrew Luck
  2. Aaron Rodgers
  3. Peyton Manning
  4. Smokin’ Jay Cutler
  5. Tom Brady
  6. Drew Brees
  7. Hunky Tony Romo
  8. Ben Roethlisberger
  9. Eli Manning Face
  10. Matt Ryan
  11. Mark Sanchez
  12. Matthew Stafford
  13. Johnny Manziel
  14. Ryan Tannehill
  15. I’m Philip Rivers?
  16. Russell Wilson
  17. Josh McCown
  18. Jake Locker
  19. I borrow my dad’s suits Kyle Orton
  20. HELLO JOE Flacco. Iron helps him play!

EARLY GAME WATCHABILITY INDEX

  1. CIN/CLE
  2. HOU/IND
  3. PIT/ATL
  4. WAS/NYG
  5. GB/BUF
  6. MIA/NE
  7. TB/CAR
  8. OAK/KC
  9. JAX/BAL

WEEK 15 D/ST RANKS

  1. BAL vs JAX
  2. DET vs MIN
  3. NE vs MIA
  4. HOU vs IND
  5. GB at BUF
  6. PHI vs DAL
  7. SEA vs SF
  8. TEN vs NYJ
  9. IND vs HOU
  10. TB at CAR
  11. BUF vs GB
  12. KC vs OAK
  13. NYG vs WAS

THE REVENGE SOCIETY

Chris Johnson at TEN
Justin Forsett vs JAX
Andrew Hawkins vs CIN
Eddie Royal vs DEN

QUICK READS

Shockingly, I’m not Jay Gruden. But if I was, I’d immediately start selling my own line of Chucky Jr. dolls to bank some extra cash for when I’m inevitably fired. Then, I’d formulate a better game plan against the Giants this time around. It wouldn’t be strenuous, I’d just feed Alfred Morris the ball. New York ranks inside the Top 10 in completion percentage against and interceptions, and when Colt McCoy is under center that’s all the more terrifying. And it’s not like Morris is bad, he’s actually just one of five players to crop up in the Top 10 of both elusive rating and breakaway percentage, along with Arian Foster, Jamaal Charles, DeMarco Murray and Eddie Lacy. Elite company. So, presumably, you’d expect Morris to touch the ball, a ton. And, if Tickle me AlfMo’s is gonna get carries, he’s going to score. He’s found pay dirt six times in the seven games when he’s amassed over 19 touches.

QUICK TIP: Before overreacting to a bad week that almost cost you a first round matchup, remember who the guys are that got you there and reinvest your trust in them… in most cases.

Denard Robinson is finished for the year. Expect Toby Gerhart to handle most of the touches, but we’ll get some Jordan Todman spliced in on passing downs and possibly a dash of the NEXT BIG THING, Storm Johnson, too. There’s none I’d feel comfortable starting in a regular week. Against Baltimore? Pass. If you must, Gerhart’s the best option, but I’d rather play Matt Asiata against the Lions. And I don’t want to play Matt Asiata against the Lions.

I hope you listened last week and benched Keenan Allen during his one week all-inclusive trip to Revis Island. He’s back now, though, and ready to produce; Allen’s game is perfectly suited to beating up the Broncos. Denver loves bringing pressure, and against the Chargers pitiful O-Line, Philip Rivers is going to need to get the ball out quickly. And Allen, whose aDOT is 11-percent lower than any other qualified receiver, doesn’t venture too far downfield. Then consider Allen is still Top 10 in targets since Week 7, despite Rivers ranking outside the 15 in drop backs, you have a player that going to post points through volume. Moreover, the Broncos have given up at least one TD to a wideout in seven of eight. They only blanked the Chiefs. A feat everyone accomplishes.

Despite getting 19 carries, Kerwynn Williams played very few snaps when the Cardinals ran a passing play. And in a game where rushing yards are going to be tough to come by, I prefer Stepfan Taylor to Williams and Marion Grice in PPR scoring. None are good starts in the first place, but some owners don’t have the luxury of having quality RBs anymore. Williams is TD or bust.

Yes, I’m playing JOHNNY F***ING FOOTBALL in a bunch of leagues. It’s going to be soooooooo satisfying watching him carry me to a title, or at least a finals berth. I have him ranked at QB13 right now, and I’m feeling better about him with each passing day. I’m now starting him over Ryan Tannehill. Now, there’s a chance I may have lost objectivity on this issue. Don’t care. GO JOHNNNNNNYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh, for all those that have inquired, yes, I do think this helps Josh Gordon.

By now, you should have scouted ahead and stashed a defense for each week of the Fantasy playoffs.  However that takes preparation and people hate that. So now, here you are, scrambling for a defense, with limited options to choose from. But I’ll betcha the Titans are still available, and they play the Jets, likely without Percy Harvin. Whenever you stream a woeful defense like Tennessee’s you run the risk of it blowing up in your face, but it’s the best matchup of all defenses under 15-percent owned. Of course there’s considerable downside, but the Jets do that have turnover sensation Geno Picks under center, and have allowed the opposing D/ST to generate double-digit points in two of the last three weeks. Some people are leaning Tampa Bay now that they’re missing Newton, but I still prefer the Titans, and Jets for that matter, to the Bucs. Although, none are elite starts this week. Oh, and if you’re looking ahead to Week 16, one word: JACKSONVILLE!!!

When you drop into the still-available receiver to plug-and-play range, Marqise Lee’s a leading name. He’s been trending in the right direction, with 52-percent of his catches and 47-percent of his targets coming the last three weeks. He’s making the most of it too, converting 67-percent of those looks into receptions. This makes this matchup against the Ravens especially enticing. Baltimore is allowing the fourth highest completion percentage to opponents and rank in the bottom 10 of yards per attempt against, so those receptions are doing serious damage. Lee’s risky, but if you’re stuck for wide receiver three or a FLEX, he’s your guy.

I loved Zach Mettenberger as a sneaky stream preparing for the Fantasy playoffs, but alas, he’s finished for the year with shoulder injury. Jake Locker, you’re stepping up and in. Yes, Locker’s without Justin Hunter, and potentially Kendall Wright too, I care not. The Jets can be had through the air. And the Titans don’t even attempt to run anymore. As long as Delanie Walker’s active, Locker’s gonna be fine. Gang Green’s allowed multiple passing scores in all but two games this year. If you’re out of options at pivot, Locker’s the guy. He’ll even chip in points with his legs too.

Need a one-week TE? Owen Daniels is a fine stream if Torrey Smith continues to be hobbled, and he’s been dropped en masse. I’ll be going back to the Gresham well in Week 16 with the Bengals taking on the Broncos if I’m in a spot.

Is it risky biz plugging Eli Manning into your starting lineup in a critical playoff matchup? You best believe it. But now’s no time to be weak, the present demands you be fearless. Fantasy championship aren’t won by cowards. And Week 15 presents a terrific opportunity for Brother Eli to pile up points. Everyone does against the Redskins and their awful secondary. Washington’s the most generous unit to QBs overall, and have given up 10 passing scores over its last four games.

I was not a true believer in Latavius Murray. I just never thought he’d ever get the proper workload to be trustworthy. Why? The Raiders never run. Then he suffered a concussion. Then Tony Sparano said he wouldn’t run Murray into the ground. After giving him 25 touches, I’m confident calling him a liar. There are some confidence shattering warning signs, though. 62-percent of Murray’s carries for the season came last week. A game the Raiders won. If they go back to being the regular crappy Raiders and get blown out, Murray may not make it to 15 touches. So there’s risk involved. However KC gives up a league worst 4.9 yards per carry. Granted, that’s somewhat influenced by Murray’s four carries for 112 yards two weeks ago. Gamble on upside and go with Latavius. You’re trying to win a Fantasy championship here, swing for the fences. Next week against Buffalo, stay far far away. Also, I’ve loaded up on Marcel Reece in every deep PPR league I’m in. He’s piled up 13 receptions the past two week, is splitting out as a receiver significantly more and his FB role keeps him on the field. Against the 49ers, Reece played 32 snaps to Darren McFadden and Maurice Jones-Drew’s combined 12.

Sometimes what you see while you’re watching the game clouds your Fantasy vision. At least with my guy Jay Cutler it does. You watch him turn the ball over, mope off the field and light up a delicious cig as soon as he steps on the sidelines, and he makes it seems like he sucks. But he doesn’t. He’s the number eight QB for the season, and has been far more consistent than you think. Smokin’ J’s only dropped below 15 Fantasy points three times in 13 games; he’s scored 21 or more six times. This is going to be seven after Monday night against the Saints, whose defense is imploding, ceding 23.5 Fantasy points to QB in their last four games.

Look, I like Marquess Wilson as much as the next guy, I think he’s a fantastic ceiling start and potential MUST HAVE Daily fantasy play at the price, but the loss of Brandon Marshall equals a points bonanza for Alshon Jeffery. He was already seeing 27-percent of Smokin’ Jay’s passing over the past five game. That number could breach 40-percent Monday night. The Saints have allowed 14 TDs to receivers the 10 games, and that includes blanking the Panthers’ wideouts in Week 9. And in three games against the NFC North, New Orleans is ceding an average of almost 200 yards and a score to wide receivers. AN AVERAGE!!!

Sometimes matchup dictates a player should move up the rankings. Like Jermaine Gresham last week. But, opportunity within an offense always trumps that. And, like Alshon, without Marshall around, Martellus Bennett is about as close to a lock for double-digit targets as you’ll find at tight end. The last two weeks, he’s averaging 13 looks. For the season, he’s only dropped below eight targets five times, never seeing fewer than five in any game. At a time when you’re just looking for a quality floor at the position, Bennett’s the guy.

Basically, if I’m doing a DFS stack, I’m loading up on the Bears offense.

Do you know when the Eagles play this week? Primetime. And as a Darren Sproles owner, I always have those dates circled. It’s really the only time to unleash him. If Deion hadn’t copyrighted the name, Darren would definitely be PRIMETIME SPROLES. It’s been going on for years, and everyone assumed it was just because he was a cog in the Saints offense and New Orleans consistently hit the over after 8:00pm. NOPE. Three of Sproles’ last four TDs have come in a Sunday or Monday night affair and 39-percent of his yardage this season has come in those games, on only 25-percent of his touches. Plus, Dallas has allowed a touchdown to an RB in six straight, and Sproles has lit up the Cowboys in his last two on regular rest: 28 touches, 240 yards and 2 scores.

OK, don’t take this a staunch recommendation or someone you need to actively target, but if you’re truly stuck, in the deepest of leagues, or are just looking for a Daily Fantasy start that no one else is gonna have, then consider Levine Toilolo. This one’s purely matchup based: Toilolo’s barely used and, frankly, not very good. But if you scour the leaderboard at tight end, you’ll notice how touchdowns have a far greater impact on the top guys than at any other position. And the Steelers, they have real issues not allowing TDs to TEs. They’ve given up a score to the position in six straight and in seven of eight. The best move, PROP BETS. Toilolo is paying around 20/1 to score the first TD and around 6/1 for an anytime score. Guaranteed, I’ll be in on both.

PPR WEEK 15 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 15 Ranks: Start/Sit | QB | RB | WR | TE & D/ST
Week 15 Pickups: Waiver Wire | RB Adds | WR Adds | W15/16 TE Streams
Fantasy Playoffs: RB Handcuff Ranks | Playoff Ranks & Tips | Best Schedules
Cam Newton Spin: Impact on Fantasy Playoffs | QB Replacements | Latest News

Probable: Rashad Jennings (Ankle), Dwayne Allen (Ankle), Jimmy Graham (Shoulder)
Questionable: DeSean Jackson (Leg), Sammy Watkins (Groin), Andre Johnson (Dizzies),  Julio Jones (Hip), Jamaal Charles (Knee), Khiry Robinson (Forearm), C.J. Anderson (Ankle), Austin Seferian-Jenkins (Back), Charles Dice Clay (Hammy), Jordan Cameron (Dizzies), Julius Thomas (Ankle), Reggie Wayne (Triceps)
Not Ranked: Julio Jones (Decoy Duty)
Doubtful [Not Ranked]: Kendall Wright (Hand), Percy Harvin (Ankle), Montee Ball (Groin), Ronnie Hillman (Foot), DeAngelo Williams (Hand), Cooper Helfet (Ankle), Jace Amaro (Dizzies), Torrey Smith (Knee), Ryan Mathews (Ankle)
Out: Brandon Marshall (Ribs), Brandin Weber Cooks (Thumb), Justin Hunter (Spleen), Andre Ellington (Hip), He went to Jerick McKinnon (Back), Denard Dog Robinson (Foot), Tyler Eifert (Arm)

***Week 15 Special Guest Ranker – since Mayo refuses to list Mark Ingram or Trent Richardson – Jake Ciely

  1. Le’Veon Bell
  2. Arian Foster
  3. DeMarco Murray, Present
  4. Matt Forte
  5. Antonio Brown
  6. Dez Dispenser Bryant
  7. Calvin Johnson
  8. Demaryius Thomas
  9. Alshon Jeffery
  10. The New ODB, Odell Beckham Jr.
  11. Jamaal Charles
  12. C.J. Anderson
  13. T.Y. “Gene Mean” Hilton
  14. Jordy Nelson
  15. LeSean McCoy
  16. Justin Forsett
  17. A.J. Green
  18. Emmanuel Sanders
  19. #GRONKSMASH!!!!!
  20. DeAndre Hopkins
  21. Money Mike Evans
  22. Marshawn Lynch
  23. Alfred Morris
  24. Keenan Allen
  25. Randall Cobb
  26. Josh Gordon
  27. Golden Tate III
  28. Kelvin BenJAMIN’
  29. Roddy White
  30. Fred Jackson
  31. Isaiah Crowell
  32. Jordan Matthews
  33. Brandon LaFell Sexwell
  34. Jeremy Maclin
  35. Julian Edelman
  36. Greg Olsen
  37. Vincent Jackson
  38. Latavius Murray
  39. LeGarrette Montez Blount
  40. Joique Bell
  41. Jimmy Graham
  42. Sammy Watkins
  43. Jarvis Landry
  44. Kenny Stills to Pay the Billz
  45. Oh, hai Mark Ingram (Special Guest Rank: Jake Ciely)
  46. Dolphins Starting RB
  47. Darren Sproles
  48. Jonathan Stewart
  49. Jeremy Hill
  50. Eddie Lacy
  51. Rashad Jennings
  52. Daniel Herron
  53. Chris Johnson
  54. STEVE SMIFF SEÑOR
  55. Marqise Lee
  56. DeSean Jackson
  57. Martavis Bryant
  58. Martellus Bennett
  59. Delanie Walker
  60. Julius Thomas
  61. Marquess Wilson
  62. Jordan Reed
  63. Harry Douglas
  64. Eric Decker
  65. Mike Wallace
  66. Chris Ivory
  67. Andre Williams
  68. Gio Bernard
  69. Terrance West
  70. Marcel Reece
  71. TRAVIS KELCE!!!!!!!
  72. Antonio Gates
  73. Anquan Boldin
  74. Charles Johnson
  75. Robert Woods
  76. Nasty Nate Washington 666
  77. Mohamed Sanu
  78. Donte Moncrief
  79. Kamar Aiken
  80. Andrew Hawkins
  81. Cole Beasley
  82. Doug Baldwin
  83. Allen Hurns
  84. Steven Jackson
  85. Doug Martin
  86. Donald Brown
  87. Pierre Thomas
  88. Reggie Bush X
  89. Shane Vereen
  90. Coby Fleener
  91. Mychal Rivera
  92. Dwayne Allen
  93. Larry Donnell
  94. Charles Dice Clay
  95. Scott Chandler
  96. Derek Hagan
  97. Marques Colston
  98. Devin Hester
  99. Reggie Wayne
  100. Malcom Floyd
  101. Markus Cream of Wheaton: NOW WITH EXTRA GLUTEN!!!
  102. Hollywood Chris Hogan
  103. Matt Asiata
  104. Bishop Cranky
  105. Toby Gerhart
  106. James Starks
  107. Frank Gore
  108. Cecil Shorts III
  109. Michael CRABPEOPLE!!!
  110. Davante Adams
  111. James Jones
  112. Pierre Garçon
  113. Greg Jennings
  114. Andre Johnson
  115. Owen Daniels
  116. Kyle Rudolph
  117. Jason Witten
  118. Heath Miller
  119. Rueben Randle
  120. Roy Helu Jr.
  121. Branden Oliver
  122. Juwan Thompson
  123. Knile Davis
  124. Charles Sims
  125. Anthony Dixon
  126. Travaris Cadet
  127. Joseph Randle
  128. LOUIS MURPHY!!!!
  129. Andre Roberts
  130. Wesley Welker
  131. Dwayne Bowe
  132. Dr. Jacoby Jones
  133. Philly Brown
  134. Jeremy Kerley
  135. Jermaine Gresham
  136. Levine Trololo
  137. Zach Ertz
  138. Jordan Cameron
  139. Travis All About the Benjamins
  140. Andre Holmes
  141. Riley Cooper
  142. Jermaine Kearse
  143. Hakeem Nicks
  144. Marion Grice
  145. Trent Richardson (Special Guest Rank: Jake Ciely)
  146. Alfred Blue
  147. Benny Cunningham, and his wife, Oprah
  148. Dexter McCluster: Telling you not to LOL and Drive
  149. Mike Tolbert
  150. Chris Polk
  151. Jordan Todman
  152. Carlos Hyde
  153. Ka’Deem Carey
  154. Christine Michael
  155. Devonte Freeman
  156. Lorenzo Taliaferro
  157. Lance Dunbar
  158. Benard Pierce
  159. Fozzy Wozzy Whittaker
  160. Jarius Wright
  161. Tim Wright
  162. Richard Rodgers
  163. Gavin Escobar
  164. Anthony Fasano
  165. Eric Ebron
  166. Brent Celek
  167. Dion Sims
  168. Marcedes Lewis
  169. Tony Moeaki
  170. Brandon Lloyd
  171. Josh Huff
  172. Terrance Williams
  173. Paul Richardson
  174. Brian Hartline
  175. Preston Parker
  176. Taylor “Sledgehammer” Gabriel
  177. The Walls of Jerricho Cotchery
  178. Eddie Royal
  179. Bryce Brown
  180. Theo Riddick
  181. Robert Turbin
  182. Damien Williams
  183. Darren McFadden
  184. Bobby November Rainey
  185. Chris Ogbonnaya
  186. Ben Tate III
  187. Jonas Gray
  188. Joe Banyard
  189. Orleans Darkwa
  190. Rod Streater
  191. Stevie Johnson
  192. Greg Salas
  193. Lance Moore
  194. Brice Butler
  195. Cody Latimer
  196. Andre Caldwell
  197. Ace Sanders
  198. Kenbrell Thompkins
  199. Junior Hemingway
  200. Jason Avant
  201. Frankie Hammond
  202. T.J. Graham
  203. Marlon Brown
  204. Niles Paul
  205. Austin Seferian-Jenkins
  206. Andrew Quarless
  207. Jim Dray
  208. Chase Ford
  209. Brandon Myers
  210. HEY VERN Davis
  211. Jacob Tamme
  212. James Casey
  213. Clay Harbor
  214. Cordarrelle Patterson
  215. Corey Washington
  216. Dane Sanzenbacher
  217. Chris Givens
  218. Corey Fuller
  219. Ricardo Lockette
  220. Jarrett Boykin
  221. Country Music Sensation Griff Whalen
  222. Ryan Broyles
  223. Brian ENOUGH IS ENOUGH AND IT’S TYMS FOR A CHANGE
  224. Danny Amendola
  225. Vincent Brown
  226. Brandon Pettigrew
  227. Crockett Gillmore
  228. Jeff Cumberland
  229. Ben Watson
  230. Ladarius Green
  231. Garrett Graham
  232. Daniel Fells
  233. Dri Archer #DANGERZONE
  234. Jonathan Grimes (Or, Grimey, as he likes to be called)
  235. Jacquizz Rodgers
  236. Mike James
  237. Maurice Jones-Drew
  238. Ronnie Brown
  239. John Khun
  240. Brandon Pettigrew
  241. Brandon Bostick
  242. Chris Gragg
  243. Rhett Ellison
  244. Vance McDonald
  245. Josh Hill
  246. John Carlson
  247. Brandon Tate
  248. Ted Ginn Jr.
  249. Bilal POWWWWell
  250. Super Storm Johnson
  251. Brandon Bolden
  252. Cedric Peerman
  253. DeAnthony Thomas
  254. Leon Washington, The Professional
  255. Daniel Thomas
  256. Shonn Greene
  257. Silas Redd
  258. Zac StacyFilm Credits: “Super Mario Bros.” as Goomba
  259. Denarius Moore
  260. Brandon Gibson
  261. Kyle Juszczyk
  262. Jackie Battle
  263. Michael Bush
  264. James White
  265. Darrel Young
  266. 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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