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Fantasy Football: (Sunday Update) Week 4 FLEX Rankings, Starts & Sits

RotoExperts Staff September 28, 2014 8:15AM EDT

Week 4 FLEX Rankings – Sunday Injury Update & Ranks Adjustment

Jamaal Charles has now practiced three straight days with his “high ankle sprain” (ANDY PLEASE) and looks primed to handle a hefty workload Monday night against the Pats. Use him. See if you can configure your roster to put Charles into your FLEX spot however, just in case he’s a last minute inactive. Knile Davis falls big in the rankings and now comes in at RB 30. He should see 7-12 touches with Charles active, plus there’s a chance Charles re-aggravates his ankle and Davis gets an even larger percentage of the touches. That possibility alone makes him almost as valuable as Frank Gore this week.

Week 4 Rankings: FLEX | QB | RB | WR | TE & D/ST | Ranks Debate
More Week 4 From Mayo: Spread Pick & Betting Preview | Injury Report
Week 4: Bye Week Help | Points Allowed | FAAB Bids | Buy/Sell Lacy & Ball

Arian Foster, Brandon Marshall, Calvin Johnson and Eric Decker are all game-time decisions. Luckily, every member of this wounded quartet play in the early games so we’ll know their status about, ohhhhhhhh, an hour before kickoff. If Foster, Marshall and Johnson are in uniform (which I anticipate they’ll be), I’m starting them without hesitation. Decker appears like he’ll be active too, but only playing a limited number of snaps. So, you may want to consider a better alternative if that option is available. If they are inactive, though, here’s the Fantasy chain reaction…

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Cliff Notes Version

If Foster is out: Alfred Blue moves up to RB 15.

If Marshall is out: Alshon Jeffery and Martellus Bennett get bumped up even higher as they’ll likely see more redzone targets (the ones usually reserved for Marshall). Santonio Holmes gets a slight boost too, but you’d really have to be in a pinch to start him.

If Johnson is out: God I hope this doesn’t happen. Should it become a reality, Golden Tate III becomes a fringe Top 20 WR in Week 4. Jeremy Ross would probably get the starting nod on the outside, but, honestly, do you really want to be relying on Jeremy Ross? Didn’t think so. Ross is a Hail Mary play, at best. Rookie Eric Ebron may actually be the big winner in usage. Joseph Fauria won’t be on the field because of an ankle problem, and without Megatron, the Lions simply don’t have any better receiving options. Ebron’s World can’t be trusted, but he’d be worth a gander at a scrub price in DFS formats.

If Decker is out: The Jets passing game will still suck, but Jeremy Kerley will see a lot of targets. That’s worth enough to make him a low-end FLEX/WR4.

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The assumption is that Vernon Davis (Ankle) will play. Even if there’s no veridic on his status before the early set of games, I’d hold out for him anyway. But, you must have a backup plan in place – Safety first!

Ladarius Green tweaked his hammy in practice this week and I’m playing under the premise he will NOT be available to use in a sweet matchup against the Jags. Buzzkill. Great news for Antonio Gates owners, though. 

THE FLEXPERT v. 14.4 – Week 4 FLEX Rankings

A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky, dangerous animals.
Agent K, MIB

That’s actually from Thomas Hobbes’ Leviathan, but this is what happens when Men In Black is released during your formative years. The source, doesn’t matter, I believe it and, even if you don’t want to admit it, you know it to be true.

And nowhere is this statement intensified greater than in Fantasy Football. More than in politics, even. Mainly it’s because dumb people tend not to vote. Which is unfortunate, since stupid babies need the most attention. I feel like they deserve better representation. However, during Fantasy Football season, the stupids are increasingly active. And I’ll guarantee you have at least one in your league… probably more.

You know exactly who those people are. If you can’t immediately identify them, then I’m sorry to tell you, it’s you.

Trading is a critical part of winning a Fantasy championship. DUHHHH, I know. Yet the masses are pretty awful at it. I see it all the time. Fantasy gamers play a very reactionary game. Reactionary decision-making = bad idea. If we were to sketch a graph of players’ value it shouldn’t resemble a sine curve. The only time that mentality is acceptable is when a played is either A) Injured B) Experiences a drastic shift in opportunity. No, Matt Forte doesn’t suck. No, you shouldn’t trade Forte for Kirk Cousins because he had a bad game. (Real trade btw).

I feel a simple concept like buying low and selling high shouldn’t be this difficult to grasp. It’s like telling someone to read the league rules before the draft. It’s something that should merely be embedded in your super-ego.

If you own Eddie Lacy, LeSean McCoy, Jamaal Charles, Arian Foster or Montee Ball, chances are you’re 0-3, or 1-2 on a two game losing streak. Remember: DO NOT PANIC. Even 0-4 isn’t an inescapable hole. I’d wager there are six loss teams that make the playoffs in your league every year. I’m not saying trading isn’t a way to solve the situation, it most assuredly can be, but not if you’re simply giving your players away. You want to be on the other side of that deal, regardless of record. Be a Fantasy Clay Davis.

If you truly want to sell Trent Eddie Lacy, what’s the harm in waiting a week to see if he can recoup value in a favorable matchup against the Bears? You run the risk of Lacy churning out another stinker and losing more value, true, but Lacy will gain a lot more trade value through a middling performance (something like 71 total yards and a TD) than would be affected negatively should he take another dump on your team’s 2014 championship quest. Unless he has a heart attack or something – that would cripple his value. Seriously, what’s the point of trading Lacy for Reggie Wayne or that incredibly enticing package of Steven Jackson and Owen Daniels.  (Shockingly, that’s another real trade). You just sold a starting running back with upside, at his lowest possible price, for players that only start on bad Fantasy teams. Terrific work. I hope you enjoy 0-7 as much as 0-3.

Now, there’s always a chance that Lacy isn’t good. We saw it last year with Trent Richardson. Sometimes selling low is the proper plan. It actually two-fold: 1) You rid yourself of a bad player who was blocking the path of a good bench player in your starting lineup. 2) You sabotage an opponent’s squad by getting them to play said terrible player – although, I don’t feel like that’s the case with Lacy. While I’ve never been as high on him as others, I did, and still do, feel like he’s a low end RB1. It’s just, when you’re tasked with toppling the Seahawks (IN SEATTLE), Jets and Lions the first three weeks, chances are you’re going to fail. All three stingy defenses rank inside the Top Six for least Fantasy points allowed to running backs through three weeks. Maybe those numbers allow us to make excuses for Lacy’s poor play, but, logically, they make more sense as the reason for the struggles than comfortably writing him off as a bust. Put it this way, if someone offered me Lacy for Rashad Jennings right now, I’d take it.

Montee Ball is a unique case. We, at least, had visual evidence of Lacy having success in the NFL. The same can’t be said for Ball. He showed a few flashes during garbage time at different points of last season, but the jury remained out on his talent. Entering drafts this year, many chose to ignore what they’d witnessed and put faith in his situation instead: Standing next to Peyton Manning makes you a Top 10 RB. LOCK IT IN…or not. It’s strange; I avoided Ball because of his lofty ADP, yet I’m going to be ALL IN on him in about a month. Coming out of its bye week, Denver gets the Cardinals, Jets and Niners: The fifth, first and fourth ranked run defenses against Fantasy running backs. Ball’s value has already dipped, just wait for chatter that C.J. Anderson and Ronnie Hillman are going to take his job, it’ll make Ball a penny stock.

I’d like to give you a list of buy lows and sell highs, but that’s nary impossible. I don’t know how your league operates, but you do. It’s like my suggested FAAB bids: That’s what I would pay for each player. You have a better grasp on how your leaguemates like to flaunt their FAAB bucks. So, just because I consider Keenan Allen, Alshon Jeffery, Randall Cobb, Andre Ellington and Aaron Rodgers as prime candidates to be bought at a discount, your competition may not. Talk to them. Fire off some deals slanted in your favor and test the market.

Honestly, with the way that people overreact moment-to-moment, the best way to figure out buy lows is to look at last week’s rankings and pick the top five rated players that produced a dud.

Take this week. If Le’Veon Bell or DeMarco Murray finish Week 4 with 39 yards and no scores, you’ll probably be able pry them away from their owners with little resistance. That sounds insane, because it is, but it’s appallingly realistic.

It really can be that easy. Just, when the opportunity presents itself make certain you introduce your foot to the their throat, and don’t let up.

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CURRENT EVENTS!!!

Bill Simmons has been suspended three weeks by ESPN for his anti-Roger Goodell tirade on Monday’s BS Report. It’s kind of ridiculous, but I think I have some insight into what really went down. Here’s the skinny: A host (Simmons) directs inflammatory remarks towards his company’s (ESPN) biggest advertiser/property/God (The NFL). He dares his company to take action, despite any reason to do so, on the premise that the “suits” at his company actually do make a public stink and make a much larger deal out of the comments than they actually warranted. In doing so, it dominates the news cycle, draws attention towards the host and company, including extra exposure for Simmons’ Grantland  – which I assume is the true motive – without any lasting consequences.

Simmons is a smart guy, and most smart people are very calculated. Anyone that hatches even the most hair-brianed of schemes knows it’s not out of the realm of possibility. When you’re a part of the media, you only truly exist when you’re active. Having an instant HOT TAKE or fresh take is more important today than ever. This is especially true for Simmons since he appears on so many digital platforms and is basically the face of ESPN’s NBA coverage. It’s nearly impossible to take an extended break without losing relevance, regardless of clout.

Now, why do I think I have the real scoop? Well, it’s because I have this exact scenario scribbled down in the “future ideas” section of my notebook. No joke. It’s how I was going justify taking a month off without doing anything before the rigors of the football season begins one of these years. When I return from exile, there will be more anticipation (a.k.a. eyes on my work) than ever before, AND I’d have an entire month to craft an excellent first piece. My problem is that I don’t have a fraction of the juice it requires to pull a stunt like this off. Simmons does, however.

When does the NBA start again?

#BINGEWATCH

Do you believe that The Simpsons, seasons 1-10 are the best thing television’s ever produced? Do you love Archer? Do you appreciate cartoons for their ability to tell a better story because there truly are no limits on what can be done? If so, you’ll want to start watching The Venture Bros. NOW!!!

While the subject matter makes it unwelcoming to a lot of viewers – it’s dark; the attention to detail should be considered a triumph to any obsessive. The Venture Bros’ pop culture integration makes Family Guy look like it’s penned for dimwits (oh, wait), its world creation is so expansive, Game of Thrones resembles Buford, Wyoming in comparison. Think of it as the perfect fusion of South Park and Scooby Doo, with a Coen Brothers’ sense of black humor.

The Venture Bros. is only five seasons, containing a total of 63, 22-minute episodes. The first few episodes have squiggly animation and look a lot like one of my favorite mid-90s Saturday morning cartoons, The Tick, but the funny is always present. The drawings get exponentially better mid-way through season one, and only improve with each subsequent episode.

WEEK 4 QB RANKS (Get Most Recent Updates Here)

EARLY GAME WATCHABILITY INDEX

  1. GB/CHI
  2. CAR/BAL
  3. BUF/HOU
  4. DET/NYJ
  5. TEN/IND
  6. TB/PIT
  7. MIA/OAK

SUICIDE LAYUP

SD over JAX

WEEK 4 D/ST RANKS

  1. CAR
  2. SD
  3. DET
  4. HOU
  5. BUF
  6. MIA
  7. BAL
  8. PIT
  9. IND
  10. NE

SUPERLOCK

MIN +3.5

THE REVENGE SOCIETY

Ryan FITZMAGIC vs BUF
Steve Smiff Señor vs CAR

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Bye weeks present a great buying window. Again, with so many Fantasy players so freaked by their current situations, they’re more than willing to mortgage long-term value for an immediate Band-Aid. This is especially true of recent pickups like Brian Quick and Andrew Hawkins, or underperformers like Andre Ellington, who can be had for next to nothing if their owner is staring at Mike Williams or Marcel Reece on their starting roster. Toss out some low-ball offers towards anyone suffering through bye week issues.

Remember, the Ravens are excellent at stopping the run. The pass? Not so much. Through three weeks, they’ve given up the seventh most fantasy points to opposing wide outs, which is terrific news for Kelvin Benjamin, since he’s the only receiver the Panthers really use, as evidenced by his weekly targets: 8, 8, 11. The chemistry’s already there with Cam Netwon, and neither Lardarius Webb nor Jimmy Smith will be able to handle Benji’s size. From this point forward, consider Benji a Top 20 WR for the season. I like jammin’, and I hope you like Ben Jamin’ too.

If you were relying on Arian Foster in Week 3, and didn’t have the foresight to pickup Alfred Blue, you probably lost. And Week 4 is setting up for a similar situation. Foster’s questionable again with his hamstring problem and, while he’s practicing, his status likely won’t be determined until Sunday morning, much like last week. Here’s what you do: If Foster is active, then you play him. He’s too good to bench. If he’s out, I’m bumping Blue into my Top 15 at running back. However, if Foster’s active, I’d wager Blue will be fairly useless; the Texans like to feed the ball to a single back. If you’re counting on Foster in Week 4, make certain to have a plan B so you’re not caught off guard just before kickoff. And if you’re thinking of dropping Blue to fill a bye week, wait until Sunday, so a competitor can’t pick him up and use him against you if Foster is out. Got it? Peachy.

The Cowboys are THE team to stream against if you’re playing tight end roulette, but the Bills are a close second. Martellus Bennett had his way with them in Week 1, then THE DICEMAN, Charles Clay was a PPR savior in his Week 2 matchup. In Week 3, we all thought it was going to be Antonio Gates that would go off, but it was Ladarius Green that Buffalo couldn’t have been bothered to cover. Now, Garrett Graham gets his turn. Finally back to full strength after some early season injuries, Graham posted a useable 5-41 on six targets against the Giants. Expect those numbers to rise. This is really a two-for-one deal, though. If you’re sans tight end for at least the next two weeks, GG’s who you want. Bills this week, Dallas in Week 5.

I still prefer Lucky Pierre Thomas to Khiry Robinson in PPR leagues, but for standard formats, go with Robinson. Expect the Saints to stick to a same game plan as Week 3: Khiry runs it between the tackles, Thomas is in on passing downs. While Thomas was still used on considerably more snaps, Robinson was actually given the ball while he was on the field, and ended up out touching PT 18-to-11 against the Vikings. I figure those numbers are closer to even this week, but against Dallas, Khiry’s Dream Land only needs 15 rushes to be a viable RB2.

Some of the discussion floating around post-Falcons beat down of the Bucs – is Matt Ryan a Top Three Fantasy QB? No, he’s not. However, I will say, I’d be open to that debate if Ryan played every game at home. Now, I’m no scheduleologist, but I’m fairly certain the Falcons must travel away from Hotlanta for, oh, lets say, half those games. Like this week. When they’re outdoors in Minny. Ryan historically plays better at home. In his past seven road games: 13 TDs, 17 INTs. And this Vikings defense has been covertly stingy to opposing pivots. Even Drew Brees didn’t light them up last week… and that was in New Orleans. There’s going to be a huge groundswell to have Matty Ice atop the ranks. As usual, fade the public.

Now, on the other side of the ball, if you need a bye week replacement, using Teddy Bridgewater in his first career start… not the worst idea ever. Bridgewater was already better at using his weapons than Matt Cassel, and he did something that surprised me. Instead of forcing bad passes, he just took off with the ball, finishing with six carries for 27 yards against the Saints. That elevates Teddy Football’s floor as a Fantasy option and opens up the potential for rushing scores when the Vikings get inside the red zone. Sorry, if they get inside the red zone. I don’t think he’ll be an every week starter, but he’s a capable option in Week 4.

You’d be better off just staying away from the Ravens backfield. Save yourself the headache, and the roster space. Some people own all three of Bernard PierceJustin Forsett and the lost Tenor, Lorenzo Taliaferro. That’s a tad extreme for very little reward.

Cecil Shorts III finally made his season debut in Week 3 and instantly returned to doing all his usual, productive things: Absorbing double targets, piling up catches and scoring garbage time TDs. The switch from Chad Henne to Blake Bortles only increases Sideshow Cecil’s bottom line, which makes him solid PPR WR3, for every week he’s healthy, at least. Guy gets banged up. Also of note, Shorts has scored in each of his last three games.

So far, Toby Gerhart’s been a colossal bust. Imagine that? To make it worse, Jacksonville’s been so badly blown out every week, they’ve started pulling Tobinbo Gunnar Gerhart fairly early. Cause, you know, he can’t watch four quarters of football, let alone play them without tweaking a hammy. But I’m giving Gerhart one more chance, out of desperation. After you get escape the Top 20 RBs, touches become inconsistent. Gerhart’s one of the few that will see the ball upwards of twenty times. That’s a scarce commodity this week.

You drafted Keenan Allen in the third round, and now you want to drop him after his slow start. But there is evidence to explain his poor play. He’s been dealing with both rib and groin issues and has already squared off with two the league’s top corners. I’m not ready to abandon ship… yet. But if he doesn’t destroy the Jags this week, I’m going to have serious concerns.

Choosing a defense is actually pretty simple this week. In fact, there are a slew of good streaming options. Great news for all us Seahawks, Broncos, Bengals, Browns, Cards and Rams owners. While I like the Lions a lot, it’s hard to bet against the Chargers. They get Jacksonville… at home. So, not only do they get a rookie QB making his first career start, they get him after a cross-country flight. Bortles is better than Henne, I’m not gonna to debate that with you, but playing against the Jags has been a Fantasy bonanza thus far. Philly, Washington and Indy’s Ds all finished as Top 5 defensive units the week they played the Jags. I’ll bet on San Diego making that four in a row.

Beyond his hilariously spelled name, Mychal Rivera is a super sleeper at tight end against the Dolphins. Play him, then be surprised late in the night when you see he’s posted 10 points. I know you won’t be watching, no one ever watches the London game. It’s awful.

PPR WEEK 4 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 4 Rankings: FLEX | QB | RB | WR | TE & D/ST | Ranks Debate
More Week 4 From Mayo: Spread Pick & Betting Preview | Injury Report
Week 4: Bye Week Help | Points Allowed | FAAB Bids | Buy/Sell Lacy & Ball

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SHUNNED!!!: Ray Rice
RESHUNNED!!!: Adrian Peterson
ProbableToby Gerhart (Ankle), Lamar Miller (Leg), Alshon Jeffery (Hammy), Deangelo Williams (Thigh), Maurice Jones-Drew (Hand), Doug Martin (Knee), Cecil Shorts (Hammy)
QuestionableBrandon Marshall (Ankle), Calvin Johnson (Ankle), Arian Foster (Hammy), Jamaal Charles (Ankle), Eric Decker (Hammy), Allen Hurns (Ankle), Vernon Davis (Ankle), Vance McDonald (knee), Delanie Walker (Shoulder)
Doubtful [Not Ranked]Rod Streater (Foot), Ladarius Green (Hammy)
Out Mark Ingram (hand), Knowshon Moreno (Elbow), Ryan Mathews (Knee), Jonathan Stewart (Leg), Mike Tolbert (Leg), Marqise Lee (Ankle), Joseph Fauria (Ankle)
Keep Stashing: Josh Gordon (Suspension)

Byes: Seattle, Denver, Cleveland, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Arizona

  1. Calvin Johnson
  2. Dez Bryant
  3. Jimmy Graham
  4. Jordy Nelson
  5. Antonio Brown
  6. Julio Jones
  7. Matt Forte
  8. DeMarco Murray
  9. Le’Veon Bell
  10. LeSean McCoy
  11. Brandon Marshall
  12. Randall Cobb
  13. Alshon Jeffery
  14. Jamaal Charles
  15. Donald Brown
  16. GRONKSMASH!!!!!!!
  17. Greg Olsen
  18. Keenan Allen
  19. Julian Edelman
  20. Michael CRABPEOPLE!!!
  21. STEVE SMIFF SEÑOR
  22. Jeremy Maclin
  23. Kelvin Benjamin (ft. Biggy, The Lox & Lil’ Kim)
  24. Eddie Lacy
  25. Arian Foster
  26. Darren Sproles
  27. Andre Johnson
  28. Brandin Weber Cooks
  29. Roddy White
  30. Vincent Jackson
  31. Pierre Thomas
  32. Ahmad Bradshaw
  33. C.J. Spiller
  34. Cordarrelle Patterson
  35. Kendall Wright
  36. Marques Colston
  37. DeAndre Hopkins
  38. Reggie Bush
  39. Matt Asiata
  40. Chris Ivory
  41. Fred Jackson
  42. Khiry Robinson
  43. Lamar THRILLER (Off WORST PLACE list because of byes)
  44. Cecil Shorts
  45. Terrance Williams
  46. Golden Tate III
  47. Mike Wallace
  48. Victor Cruz
  49. T.Y. Hilton
  50. Reggie Wayne
  51. Sammy Watkins
  52. Markus Wheaton
  53. Allen Robinson
  54. Malcom Floyd
  55. James Jones
  56. Greg Jennings
  57. HEY VERN Davis
  58. Zach Ertz
  59. Martellus Bennett
  60. Shane Vereen
  61. Joique Bell
  62. Doug Martin
  63. DeAngelo Williams
  64. Toby Gerhart
  65. Chris Johnson
  66. Stevan Ridley
  67. Carlos Hyde
  68. Eric Decker
  69. Jordan Matthews
  70. Dwayne Bowe
  71. Justin Hunter
  72. Robert Woods
  73. Anquan Boldin
  74. Bobby Chocolate Rainey
  75. Steven Jackson
  76. Frank Gore
  77. Knile Davis
  78. Delanie Walker
  79. Jason Witten
  80. Antonio Gates
  81. Garrett Graham
  82. Justin Forsett
  83. Shonn Greene
  84. Owen Daniels
  85. TRAVIS KELCE!!!!!!!
  86. Charles Dice Clay
  87. Torrey Smith
  88. Jeremy Kerley
  89. Darren McFadden
  90. Bernard Pierce
  91. LeGarrette Blount
  92. Fozzy Wozzy Whittaker
  93. Maurice Jones-Drew
  94. Mike Evans
  95. Eddie Royal
  96. Harry Douglas
  97. Riley Cooper
  98. Brian Hartline
  99. Hakeem Nicks
  100. Davante Adams
  101. Nasty Nate Washington
  102. Lorenzo Taliaferro
  103. Jacquizz Rodgers
  104. James Starks
  105. Dexter McCluster: Telling you not to LOL and Drive
  106. Coby Fleener
  107. Levine Trololo
  108. Brandon Myers
  109. Heath Miller
  110. Mychal Rivera
  111. Eric Ebron
  112. Josh Hill
  113. Jeff Cumberland
  114. Jerick McKinnon
  115. Alfred Blue
  116. Marcel Reece
  117. Bishop Sankey
  118. Jason Avant
  119. Jarrett Boykin
  120. Allen Hurns
  121. Andre Holmes
  122. Stevie Johnson
  123. Lance Moore
  124. Donte Moncrief
  125. Donnie Avery
  126. Denarius Moore
  127. Devin Hester
  128. Aaron Dobson
  129. Kenny Stills to Pay the Billz
  130. Danny Amendola
  131. The Walls of Jerricho Cotchery
  132. Brandon Gibson
  133. Santonio Holmes
  134. Kenbrell Thompkins
  135. Country Music Sensation Griff Whalen
  136. Anthony Fasano
  137. Derek Carrier
  138. Scott Chandler
  139. Dwayne Allen
  140. Andrew Quarless
  141. Jonathan Grimes (Or, Grimey, as he likes to be called)
  142. Lance Dunbar
  143. Branden Oliver
  144. Darrin Reaves
  145. Joseph Randle
  146. Bilal POWWWWell
  147. Kyle Juszczyk
  148. Devonta Freeman
  149. Leon Washington
  150. Damaris Johnson
  151. Mike Williams
  152. Tim Wright
  153. Brent Celek
  154. Brandon Bostick
  155. Jace Amaro
  156. Chris Gragg
  157. Brandon Pettigrew
  158. James Casey
  159. Brandon LaFell
  160. Frankie Hammond
  161. Brandon Lloyd
  162. Ryan Broyles
  163. Marquise Goodwin
  164. David Nelson
  165. Silas Redd
  166. Chris Polk
  167. Mike James
  168. Daniel Thomas
  169. Damien Williams
  170. Latavius Murray
  171. Antone Smith
  172. Jordan Todman
  173. Denard Dog Robinson
  174. Brandon Bolden
  175. Cole Beasley
  176. LOUIS MURPHY!!!!!
  177. Da’Rick Rogers
  178. Kris Durham
  179. Daniel Herron
  180. De’Anthony Thomas
  181. Theo Riddick
  182. Ronnie Hillman
  183. Storm Johnson
  184. Cyrus Gray
  185. Ka’Deem Carey
  186. Anthony Dixon
  187. Darrel Young
  188. James White
  189. Bryce Brown
  190. Travaris Cadet
  191. Greg Salas
  192. Junior Hemingway

WORST PLACE!!!

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  2. Trent Richardson

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