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Fantasy Football: (Sunday Injury Update) Week 9 FLEX Rankings

RotoExperts Staff November 2, 2014 9:25AM EDT

Week 9 FLEX Rankings – Weekend Injury Adjustment

UPDATE: Tony Romo is inactive with his back injury against Arizona. Fortunately, there are enough capable QB replacements for Romo (Hello, Alex Smith) and, no, I don’t think Brandon Weeden has a detrimental affect on any of the Cowboys’ skill players. Dez Bryant, Terrance Williams, DeMarco Murray and Jason Witten remain unchanged in the Week 9 FLEX rankings.

A.J. Green looks like a go against the Jags. I own a lot of shares of Green, from both the draft and buying low over the past few weeks, and I’ll be starting him in every league… unless something dramatically changes during the pre-game. Tune into FNSTY Sports Network for our live coverage up until kickoff for the latest on all injuries and start/sit questions.

Gio Beranrd is out. Jeremy Hill is in. Start him. Cedric Peerman will snake away carries, but mainly in a change-of-pace role. I have Hill ranked as RB11.

Week 9: Game Picks | FAAB Bids | WR Adds | RB Adds
Week 9 Rankings: FLEX | QB | RB | WR | TE & D/ST 
Week 9: Injuries | Starts/Sits | Buy Low/Sell High

Doug Martin didn’t practice Friday – the most telling day – and is listed as doubtful; treat the Bucs’ backfield like Martin doesn’t exist. And, for as mental as people are going over Charles Sims, this is setting up to be Bobby Rainey’s backfield in Week 9. Sims is expected to be activated from the IR/DTR Saturday afternoon and be uniform, but his workload is a complete wildcard. Sims’ range of outcomes go as high as 20 touches to as low as seeing fewer touches than Mike James. Sims has a terrific opportunity to be the most valuable Tampa RB the remainder of the season, I’d definitely want him on my roster for upside purposes; for Week 9, though, start Rainey in a soft matchup against the Browns.

Beware of Brandon Oliver’s workload. With Donald Brown expected to return from his concussion, Oliver’s more likely to play in 60-70-percent of snaps than the near 80-percent he’s be getting while Brown’s been out. I’ve dropped him down from low-end RB1 to a mid-tier RB2. He’s still a solid start, but Oliver’s ceiling may be capped because of an exodus of opportunity. Next on the forecast: Ryan Mathews’ return, which looks like it’s happening next week. Be prepared for six straight days of speculation on the Chargers’ RB touch distribution from people that don’t really have any idea how it will shake out – LIKE ME!!!

Rashad Jennings is officially out Monday night. This means Andre Williams gets another week of value if you need a starting RB. However Williams isn’t a lock to generate points; if the Giants fall behind, expect Peyton Hillis to be on the field A LOT. In New York’s past two games, both losses, Hillis played 46-percent of the Giants’ offensive snaps. If you’re really stuck for an RB or PPR FLEX, Hillis makes a respectable gamble for 5-10 Fantasy points.

Tony Romo is a game-time decision. I’d stay away from Romo, even if he’s active, as you’d have to think the potential for re-injury is a higher probability than most other QBs. Tough to pass on an excellent matchup, but I don’t want to risk Romo getting hit on the first play and leaving the game. And with the bounty of equal upside, higher floor QB streaming options available in Week 9 (Carson Palmer, Alex Smith, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Brian Hoyer), I don’t feel too bad sitting Romo down. Ditto for Robert Griffin III. If I didn’t HAVE to play RG3 this week, I wouldn’t. Although, I do like Alfred Morris and Pierre Garcon a lot more with Griffin back under center.

Dion Sims is out for the Dolphins. Boohoo.

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THE FLEXPERT v14.9 – Week 9 FLEX Rankings

I love bye weeks. They’re the perfect time to rip someone off.

Now, not everyone is going to succumb to bye week pressure, strong willed individuals do still exist, but most people? Please. They FREAK, and turn into Henny Penny… or, justifiably, the poor souls of Clock Town. It’s understandable. When you’re spending three days struggling between LaGarrette Blount, Matt Asiata and Jordan Todman as a RB2, just praying somebody else grabs one first so you don’t actually have to make a decision, a bad offer can really look quite good, especially if you’re forced to make a choice on dropping a player from your roster that you covet.

It’s Disaster Capitalism in Fantasy Football form. Naomi Klein wrote about disaster capitalism in The Shock Doctrine, which basically outlined how certain polices (OK, Milton Friedman’s style of economic liberalism) have allowed international conglomerates and heads of state to exploit citizens during times of crisis for their own financial gain. The issue with the book is that it highlights very convenient examples of this behavior to attack the free market, when in reality, her real problem should be with the leaders using laws in ways that they weren’t designed – like with the Falkland Islands in 1982. The proper implementation of Friedman’s policies will pull burgeoning countries out of financial turmoil. However, that debate is not for the Week 9 FLEX Rankings. What’s important is that you learn from these examples to swindle your beleaguered rivals in the Fantasy free market. You’re the manager of a Fantasy Football team, not Pinochet. It’s pretty low stakes on the grand scope. The worst thing that can spawn from you putting Fantasy Disaster Capitalism into practice is that Barry from accounting moronically blows up his overachieving team in order to field a full roster for one week. And really, is that so bad? In the context of your league, you’ve made your team better and another worse long-term. Plus, everyone hates Barry anyway; it takes him forever to get your expenses processed. So, screw him. It’s WIN/WIN… WIN!!! Except for Barry, he’s a loser.

Executing the – let’s call it the CRM 114 maneuver – properly, you must assess a few circumstantial factors. If you’re 8-0, 7-1 or 6-2 you can probably afford to lose this week and still make the playoffs. While not playing the most competitive lineup possible is generally discouraged, when you’ve established a sizable gap between you and the final playoff spot in the standings, it’s time to commence construction on a team capable of winning a championship. If you’re 4-4 and lacking a solid point total, tanking a week makes very little sense. Although, if you can trade your depth and not adversely affect your lineup this week (and next, with another six teams on bye), exploring a deal is a must.

You just need to identify the perfect the mark.

I’d start by figuring out which teams in the playoff hunt are currently crippled, the ones with temporary gaping holes throughout their roster. Then, I need to see if I have the necessary pieces for a deal to make sense. Don’t start sprinkling trade proposals everywhere like you’re the Johnny Appleseed of scumbag offers. Most Fantasy players can identify transparency, and a rip off deal can disenfranchise certain owners from ever talking trades with you again. So, your offer must at least look like it makes sense.

Let’s use me as a test case, since I put this move into practice Wednesday morning. It’s a 12-team league, I’m 5-3 with the third highest point total, and, through good luck, my team isn’t ravaged by league-mandated vacations this week. Of course, I sit fifth in the standings and a loss likely moves me into seventh, maybe worse; so there is risk involved. Still, I have depth at my disposal and I took a shot. I found a 3-5 team that not only needs a win to keep pace, but is playing the team in sixth at 4-4. Problem is, they have Jordy Nelson, Julio Jones and Bishop Sankey on bye, with very few bench alternatives. MAYO TO THE RESCUE!!! I had Larry Fitzgerald pegged as my Week 9 WR3 with Darren McFadden wasting away on my bench behind Ahmad Bradshaw and Arian Foster, so I bundled them together for Nelson – BOOM, BABY BOOM!!! With no viable options available to nab off the waiver wire, he almost HAD to take it. Did I make my team markedly worse this week? Maybe. Allen Robinson’s my WR3 now. There’s no reason Robinson can’t be better than Fitz this week, though – no big deal. But circumstances gave me the leverage to flip a pretty mediocre package for a stud WR. It’s a deal that simply wouldn’t be accepted next week. But, I’ve exploited that owner’s specific moment of crisis and turned it into my personal gain. Fitz and DMC aren’t scrubs, it’s just they had more value to me on another team than my own. In the Fantasy playoffs, I now get to run out a receiving corps of A.J. Green, Kelvin Benjamin and Jordy Nelson (with Josh Gordon as a FLEX!!!), which I like far better than what I had on Monday. Essentially, I turned my failed fourth round pick and a Week 3 waiver wire pickup into a Top 5 WR. Frankly, I probably could have gotten Nelson and given up less, but I didn’t want negotiations to sour.

Find out which teams Nelson, Jones, Calvin Johnson, Matt Forte, Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffery, Randall Cobb, Eddie Lacy, Sammy Watkins and Aaron Rodgers (elite guys) are on, see if that owner is trapped in Week 9 bye hell, then figure out a deal and work on a pitch like you’re Don Draper – it’s all in the timbre of your voice.

Also, this is a perfect spot to snag Bishop Sankey for next to nothing. I’ve been abusively anti-Sankey all season, but this moment presents a very low-risk investment for a potential giant reward. Sankey owners are too focused on their roster problems and his general lack of results to notice his opportunity expanding each week. Sankey has played on more than 50-percent of the Titans’ offensive snaps the last three games – being on the field for an almost equal number of run and pass plays – clearly establishing himself as the primary back in Tennessee. It may not be the holidays yet, but it’s never too soon to be thankful for Sankey’s disappointing start. Right now, you can probably acquire his services for a bench player you were never going use anyway.

#BINGEWATCH

Unlike most shows, You’re The Worst doesn’t take long to establish its voice; impressive, considering most shows never really find a distinct voice. I love You’re The Worst, it’s hilarious, far and away my favorite new show of 2014. However, be warned: cruel, depressing characters and truly mean humor lie within. Although, it’s sweeter than you may anticipate. Fortunately, it only takes about five minutes to figure out if You’re the Worst is a show you’re down with. And when it inevitably turns out to be, it’s a light binge, just ten, 22-minute episodes. It’ll only take one hungover Saturday afternoon to knock it out.

WEEK 9 Top 20 QBs (Most Updated QB RANKS)

  1. Andrew Luck
  2. Peyton Manning
  3. Gonzo Kaepernick
  4. Russell Wilson
  5. Tom Brady
  6. Nick Foles
  7. I’m Philip Rivers?
  8. Carson Palmer
  9. Ryan Tannehill
  10. Alex Smith
  11. Andy “GINGERVITUS” Dalton
  12. Ryan FITZMAGIC
  13. Chef Hoyardee
  14. Ben Roethlisberger
  15. Eli Manning Face
  16. HELLO JOE Flacco. Iron helps him play!
  17. Michael Vick
  18. Teddy Throwsevelt
  19. NOT GREAT BOB Griffin III
  20. Blake Bortles

EARLY GAME WATCHABILITY INDEX

  1. ARZ/DAL
  2. SD/MIA
  3. PHI/HOU
  4. NYJ/KC
  5. JAX/CIN
  6. WAS/MIN
  7. TB/CLE

SUICIDE LAYUP

SEA over OAK

WEEK 9 D/ST RANKS

  1. KC
  2. SF
  3. CIN
  4. PHI
  5. SEA
  6. CLE
  7. MIN
  8. WAS
  9. BAL
  10. IND

SUPERLOCK

IND -3

THE REVENGE SOCIETY

Wes Welker at NE
Ahmad Bradshaw at NYG
Hakeem Nicks at NYG

QUICK READS

Mark Ingram: Good sell high or greatest sell high ever? Serious question.

Unless the Giants made some drastic adjustments during their bye, Eugene Marquis (T.Y.???) Hilton is gonna go off. New York’s secondary has been gashed for at least four pass plays of 20-plus yards in three of their four losses. Good news, when you consider 24.5-percent of Hilton’s receptions this year have resulted in at least a 20 yard gain… and that the Colts are the betting favorites. Moreover, Hilton has produced a 40 yard reception in three straight games. ANNNDDDDD… the one perpetual knock against him, his crippling inconsistency, is no longer a worry. Hilton has been targeted nine or more times in all but one game this season.

Need a replacement for Delanie WalkerMartellus Bennett, or Jordan Cameron? I got two names to consider at tight end. The biggest thing holding Travis Kelce back this season has been opportunity. It’s not that the Chiefs don’t use him; he’s just not on the field as much as you’d like to take advantage of his immense talent. So, week-to-week, he’s been rather inconsistent – Kelce is a matchup play. The Jets qualify as an awesome matchup. TEs have scored eight TDs against New York the last six weeks, including similar, non-every down players like Eric Ebron and Scott Chandler. With Kelce’s snap count trending up, there’s a reasonable chance he breaches the goal line. The other? The man on the other side of the field, Jace Amaro. Rookie tight ends never really pan out in their inaugural season, generally because of a lack of opportunities. It takes time to become acclimated with the all subtleties of a new offense. Amaro has been no exception. Although, that’s changing slowly, and no one’s noticed. The Jets’ big man played a season high 55 snaps against the Bills, 19 more than in any other game. Was it a product of game flow? Probably, but do you really see anything different than the Jets falling behind early against KC? Didn’t think so. Amaro is averaging over seven targets per game in his last three and, while the Chiefs’ defense has been around league average, they’ve struggled in the red zone against tight ends. Seven games, seven TDs to the position.

Sometimes it’s just best to look at the matchup and cover your eyes on the player’s name in that great matchup, because it’s pretty clear Ryan FitzpatrickFITZMAGIC meter could use a green potion. However, don’t underestimate what a matchup with the Eagles can do for one’s Fantasy numbers. Philly has allowed two or more passing scores in every game this season except one, and much like the Jets, the Eagles can be difficult to run on. We know the Texans will try to keep the ball grounded as much as possible, it’s their strength, but if they fall behind, they’ll be forced to the air. Expect a lot of Arian Foster dump offs and a handful of big plays from DeAndre Hopkins. You better believe Philly loves giving up deep TDs.

My disdain for Alfred Morris has been well documented. Well, maybe not well, but it’s certainly been documented. Yet, in a week with a dearth of backs expected to receive a full workload, Morris must be considered a high end RB2. And surprisingly, playing in the Monday nighter seems to benefit him. Morris has at least 100 rushing yards or a TD in four of last five games on a short rest. A trend that should continue in Minnesota, for two reasons: The Vikings are Top 10 in Fantasy points allowed to running backs, and the ‘Skins have finally realized they need to get ALF the ball… YO!!! Washington is 3-1 when Morris rushes at least 15 times; that translated against Dallas, Morris’ 37 snaps played were his most since Week 3.

Much like Morris, I’m usually pretty anti-Frank Gore, but, these are desperate times. And the matchup favors Gore, at least historically. Gore’s earned at least 100 total yards the last four years following a bye. Two of those games have come against the Rams in which Gore’s dropped 269 yards and two scores. Plus, the primary rusher has killed St. Louis the past two weeks, piling up 223 yards and three scores. It’s not going to be fun looking at Gore in your starting lineup, it never is, but treat him like bungie jumping or [CENSORED]… just close your eyes and do it.

Chances are, if you own Chris Ivory or Justin Forsett, they may be your RB3. If that’s the case, you can shop them this week and potentially get a high end RB2 value in exchange. Don’t merely sell for the sake of it, but overshooting for return on their services may lead to a bountiful haul if another owner has a roster jammed with less than stellar options.

Strangely enough, Colin Kaepernick has been dropped in a lot of leagues. I get he’s inconsistent, but if he’s lingering on your bench or waiver wire, pick him up and start him against the Rams. Think back to Week 6, when Kaep torched’em in St. Louis. I’d expect similar results. The Rams have allowed multiple scores to QBs in five of seven games, and their propensity to turn the ball over is going to lead to a few short fields. Kaep simply needs to capitalize, which, shouldn’t be an issue. St Louis has ceded at least 26 points in every game but one this season. How excited am I for Kaepernick’s prospects this week? Feel these nipples!

Many enjoyed a hearty giggle at my expense when I recommended Kyle Orton as a quality option in Week 8. I got it, it’s Kyle Orton, he’s not the best. Ability doesn’t seem to be matter against the Jets however; they’re the most generous defense to opposing Fantasy QBs. So, a quick skim through the Week 9 waiver wire reveals Alex Smith has hit the one-game lottery. And have you too, if you need a filler QB. The Jets 22 passing TDs against are five more than the next closest team. While KC prefers to run, that’s been difficult to accomplish against Gang Green. Yet, with Dwayne Bowe returning to form, Travis Kelce running more routes, Jamaal Charles’ receiving ability fused with Smith’s propensity to take off downfield, things are setting up for, I don’t wanna say a HUGE week, but a very respectable one.

Daily gamers, open up your notebook app and jot this down. Unless you’re reading this on your phone, then just commit it to memory – DON’T STOP READING… I begs ya. Play DeAndre Hopkins against the Eagles. Philly seems to relish giving up long passing plays and there’s no one on the Texans’ roster that produces chunk yardage like Hopkins. He’s actually among the league leaders, only Hilton has a higher aDOT and catch percentage. And, like Hilton, Hopkins’ consistency shouldn’t be a strike against him. He’s seen 20 targets the last two weeks, and produced five or more receptions in five of six games. His vertical game makes him a better play than Andre Johnson this week, and the rest of the season.

Many Fantasy owners have been frustrated with Marshawn Lynch’s production lately. I don’t blame ya, but it’s no reason to be deterred. Lynch is gonna go full beast mode on the Raiders. Since 2012, the Seahawks have lost six games when scoring at least 20 points. In the following home game, Lynch has averaged over 23 touches for 140 yards and two touchdowns. Averaged. Plus, Oakland’s allowed opposing RB1s to score in four straight, with three of those backs posting over 20 Fantasy points. In daily formats, Lynch is being avoided based on his recent results and hefty price tag, making him an excellent GPP contrarian play.

Bless your heart Allen Robinson. You keep producing and still, no one wants a Jags receiver. I got your back, though, since you’ve had mine. The rook’s averaged 8.5 targets a game since Week 2, and absorbed 26-percent of the team’s targets AND receptions since Blake Bortles became Jacksonville’s starter. Put it this way, Robinson has 38 catches since Week 2, only one other Jag has 38 TARGETS over that period, the also underrated Cecil Shorts. It’s become clear Robinson is the primary threat in the receiving game, which sets up perfectly for his matchup with Cincy. The Bengals have allowed a TD or 100 yards to the opponent’s lead receiver in 5 of 7 games. Robinson has already scored in two straight. I’ll wager he makes it three in Week 9.

The Niners D/ST was waived in a reasonable amount of leagues because of its Week 8 bye. But they’ll be an effective unit against the Rams, whose offense has looked significantly weaker away from St. Louis. In two of three road games this season, Austin Davis, and his crew of flunkies, have donated 18-plus Fantasy points to the opposing D/ST. However, SF D/ST isn’t the only available alternative. Kansas City is a solid play at home against the Jets. Plus, KC has the third rated special teams, a part of a Fantasy defense that many overlook. And come on, you really sweatin’ Michael Vick?

PPR WEEK 9 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).

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Week 9: Injuries | Starts/Sits | Buy Low/Sell High

Pat Mayo Hour – Week 9 FLEX Rankings Debate w/ Jake Ciely

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SHUNNED!!!: Ray Rice
RESHUNNED!!!: Adrian Peterson
ProbableToby Gerhart (Foot), Donald Brown (Concussion), Ronnie Hillman (Shoulder)
Questionable: Darren Sproles (Knee), Trent Richardson (Hammy), Justin Forsett (Leg), Eddie Royal (Rib), Reggie Wayne (Elbow), A.J. Green (Toe), Torrey Smith (Dizzies), Jordan Cameron (Dizzies), Charles Sims (Ankle)
Doubtful [Not Ranked]: Gio Bernard (Hip), Doug Martin (Ankle), Rashad Jennings (Knee), Ryan Mathews (Knee), Donnie Avery (Hip), Eric Ebron (Hammy), Joseph Fauria (Ankle), Owen Daniels (Knee)
Out: Montee Ball (Knee), Brian Quick (Shoulder), Tyler Eifert (Arm), Dion Sims (Toe) 

  1. DeMarco Murray, Present
  2. Le’Veon Bell
  3. Arian Foster
  4. Dez Dispenser Bryant
  5. Antonio Brown
  6. Jeremy Maclin
  7. T.Y. “Gene Mean” Hilton
  8. LeSean McCoy
  9. Ronnie Hillman
  10. Jamaal Charles
  11. Marshawn Lynch
  12. Demaryius Thomas
  13. Andre Ellington
  14. Julius Thomas
  15. #GRONKSMASH!!!!!
  16. Dolphins Starting RB
  17. Emmanuel Sanders
  18. Mike Wallace
  19. A.J. Green
  20. STEVE SMIFF SEÑOR
  21. Rueben Randle
  22. DeAndre Hopkins
  23. Ahmad Bradshaw
  24. Jeremy Hill
  25. Justin Forsett
  26. DeSean Jackson
  27. Andre Johnson
  28. Ben Tate
  29. He went to Jerick McKinnon
  30. Shane Vereen
  31. Alfred Morris
  32. Branden Oliver
  33. Chris Ivory
  34. Pierre Garçon
  35. The Wreck of the Larry Fitzgerald
  36. Doug Baldwin
  37. Keenan Allen
  38. Andrew Hawkins
  39. Malcom Floyd
  40. Allen Robinson
  41. Eric Decker
  42. Mohamed Sanu
  43. Denard Dog Robinson
  44. Bobby Blame it on the Rainey
  45. Vincent Jackson
  46. Michael Floyd
  47. Darren McFadden
  48. Jordan Reed
  49. Antonio Gates
  50. Mike Evans
  51. Cecil Shorts III
  52. Dwayne Bowe
  53. Brandon LaFell Sexwell
  54. Wesley Welker
  55. Trent Richardson (Special Guest Rank: Evan Tarracciano)
  56. Frank Gore
  57. Darren Sproles
  58. Andre Williams
  59. Julian Edelman
  60. Michael CRABPEOPLE!!!
  61. Reggie Wayne
  62. The New ODB, Odell Beckham Jr.
  63. Andre Holmes
  64. Cordarrelle Patterson
  65. Martavis Bryant
  66. James Jones
  67. Jonas Gray
  68. Tre Mason
  69. Greg Jennings
  70. Terrance Williams
  71. HEY VERN Davis
  72. Zach Ertz
  73. TRAVIS KELCE!!!!!!!
  74. Dwayne Allen
  75. John Brown
  76. Heath Miller
  77. Jace Amaro
  78. High Speed” Kenny Britt
  79. Taylor “Sledgehammer” Gabriel
  80. Roy Helu Jr.
  81. Lorenzo Taliaferro
  82. Donte Moncrief
  83. Jarvis Landry
  84. Percy Harvin
  85. Anquan Boldin
  86. Jermaine Kearse
  87. Riley Cooper
  88. Miles Austin 316
  89. Clay Harbor
  90. Torrey Smith
  91. Stedman Bailey
  92. Eddie Royal
  93. Stevie Johnson
  94. Allen Hurns
  95. Jordan Matthews
  96. Doug Martin
  97. Benny Cunningham, and his wife, Oprah
  98. Isaiah Crowell
  99. Charles Sims
  100. Donald Brown
  101. Charles Dice Clay
  102. Jermaine Gresham
  103. Jordan Cameron
  104. Austin Seferian-Jenkins
  105. Cooper Helfet
  106. Larry Donnell
  107. Chase Ford
  108. Juwan Thompson
  109. Robert Turbin
  110. Peyton Hillis
  111. Anthony Fasano
  112. Ladarius Green
  113. Coby Fleener
  114. Crockett Gillmore
  115. Jason Witten
  116. Tim Wright
  117. Daniel Fells
  118. Alfred Blue
  119. LOUIS MURPHY!!!!
  120. Dr. Jacoby Jones
  121. Lance Moore
  122. Jarius Wright
  123. Markus Cream of Wheaton: NOW WITH EXTRA GLUTEN!!!
  124. Tavon Austin
  125. Kenbrell Thompkins
  126. Andre Roberts
  127. Matt Asiata
  128. Maurice Jones-Drew
  129. Knile Davis
  130. Joseph Randle
  131. Carlos Hyde
  132. Stepfan Taylor
  133. Chris Johnson
  134. Christine Michael
  135. Terrence West
  136. Daniel Thomas
  137. LeGarrette Blount
  138. Zac StacyFilm Credits: “Super Mario Bros.” as Goomba
  139. Toby Gerhart
  140. Jeremy Kerley
  141. Mike James
  142. Brian ENOUGH IS ENOUGH AND IT’S TYMS FOR A CHANGE
  143. Danny Amendola
  144. Travis All About the Benjamins
  145. Marlon Brown
  146. Paul Richardson
  147. Brandon Tate
  148. Marqise Lee
  149. Brian Hartline
  150. Brice Butler
  151. Dane Sanzenbacher
  152. Country Music Sensation Griff Whalen
  153. Brandon Lloyd
  154. Brandon Bolden
  155. Kyle Juszczyk
  156. Jordan Todman
  157. Super Storm Johnson
  158. Daniel Herron
  159. Bernard Pierce
  160. Chris Polk
  161. Marcel Reece
  162. DeAnthony Thomas
  163. Rishard Matthews
  164. Chris Givens
  165. Frankie Hammond
  166. Ted Ginn Jr.
  167. Jeff Cumberland
  168. Brent Celek
  169. Niles Paul
  170. James Casey
  171. Vance McDonald
  172. Josh Hill
  173. Gavin Escobar
  174. Brandon Myers
  175. Garrett Graham
  176. Luke Willson
  177. Mychal Rivera
  178. John Carlson
  179. Ben Watson
  180. Zach Miller (SEA)
  181. Rhett Ellison
  182. Cody Latimer
  183. Andre Caldwell
  184. Ace Sanders
  185. Ricardo Lockette
  186. Denarius Moore
  187. Brandon Gibson
  188. Greg Little
  189. Preston Parker
  190. Cole Beasley
  191. Junior Hemingway
  192. Lance Dunbar
  193. Leon Washington, The Professional
  194. Jonathan Grimes (Or, Grimey, as he likes to be called)
  195. Dri Archer #DANGERZONE
  196. Darrin Reaves
  197. James White
  198. Darrel Young
  199. Ronnie Brown
  200. C.J. Anderson
  201. Fozzy Wozzy Whittaker
  202. Jalen Parmele
  203. Tauren Poole
  204. Bilal POWWWWell
  205. Silas Redd
  206. Latavius Murray

WORST PLACE!!!

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

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