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QB | RB | WR | TE | Rookie Top 50 | Rookie QB | Rookie RB | Rookie WR | Rookie TE
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1LeSean McCoy25PHI1121.3Proved to be a true PPR beast in Chip Kelly's up-tempo offense. McCoy is taylor made for this offense and his ellusivness should keep him fresh for a few years
2Jamaal Charles27KCC2211.7Andy Reid left McCoy behind and had Charles pick up where McCoy left off. Knile Davis will get more play next yr as Charles was used a bit much this year.
3Eddie Lacy23GBP4534.0Lacy looks like a poor man's AP or maybe a Lynch 2.0 with more pass catching capabilities. Sky is the limit
4Adrian Peterson29MIN3374.3As long as this guy throws on the shoulder pads on Sunday, he will be a top 5 RB. Don't let the age fool you, if anyone can keep this up its AP
5Doug Martin25TBB6465.3Sophomore slump for Martin has some owners ready to bail. DO NOT, I repeat DO NOT let his injury riddled season shy you away from Martin. He will bounce back in 2014
6Matt Forte28CHI5655.3Trestman has his version of Charles and McCoy. Forte is less explosive but so versitile and this year he even found the endzone more than normal. PPR super freak
7Zac Stacy22STL7988.0DFW Darling Zac Stacy is poised on a young and talented team. Stacy impressed with no passing game and an average oline. STL has the picks and the QB coming back to make him a top 10 guy
8Marshawn Lynch27SEA1181310.7There is not a more talented backfield in the NFL then in Seattle. We need to see Lynch's legal issues sort themselves out. If they do, despite the talent, he is still "the guy"
9Giovani Bernard22CIN1414410.7Gio could be higher if he can prove to hold up to another 5-8 touches/game. I
10Alfred Morris25WAS1671111.3If you are looking for consistency, look no further than Morris. I wouldn't want him as my RB1, but he is the perfect RB2
11Montee Ball23DEN918912.08Montee owners will now need to be patient and see what Denver does with Moreno's option year next year. Its about 50/50 right now.
12Le'Veon Bell22PIT12151012.3Bell produced but looked underwhelming doing it. A lot of that was due to Pitt's poor line play. Put him in the Ray Rice camp for a solid increase in production in 2014
13DeMarco Murray26DAL10161212.7Murray looks elite when given the rock but his injury history is nothing to scoff at
14Arian Foster27HOU8121913.0Foster has plenty in the tank for another season or two of top 10 production. He's a great buy low.
15C.J. Spiller26BUF13131413.3Forever a model of inconsistency, Spiller owners were pulling their hair out all year. Another yr with this new coaching staff will hopefully translate into more production.
16Trent Richardson23IND15111714.3Probably the best buy low back on this list. T-rich will improve in 2014.. But everyone needs to realize right now that this guy is FAR from an elite talent
17Ray Rice27BAL17102116.0OLINE SUCKED. End of storyÉ moving on. Ray Rice is stil elite and will be fine once Baltimore upgrades their line
18Shane Vereen25NEP19171517.0Vereen is matchup proof in PPR leagues but will still occassionally put up a dud game due to his lack of use in the actual run game
19Andre Ellington25ARI18191617.7Has proven to be a best back in AZ, but is unlikely to ever be a true lead back. Upside is Vereen but we will need to see it first.
20Reggie Bush29DET20201819.3Bush looked great in Detroit, but Joique Bell looks to be the more typical starting back with Bush resigned more to a COP back.
21Ryan Mathews26SDC21212221.3Really nice year from Mathews even though he was drastically under used. Injuries are always a concern, but Mathews should and could be a PPR stud
22Ben Tate25CLE23222322.78Tate's value takes a huge leap as he lands the starting job in Cleveland in 2014
23Maurice Jones-Drew29OAK22252524.0MJD lands in Oakland as McFadden's handcuff which generally leads to guaranteed starting time, he's the most valuable handcuff in the league right now
24Chris Johnson28TEN24232724.7Chris Johnson is officially on the downhill ride towards the RB graveyard. Don't be surprised if TENN cuts bait on him
25Knowshon Moreno26MIA27272426.08Joining the Miami Dolphins it'll be interesting to see how that situation shakes out. Moreno should get work, just not sure how much with a young Lamar Miller competing for carries.
26Darren McFadden26OAK26243528.3Dmac is likely to not be back in Oakland. Perhaps a new roll that resembles "Reggie Bush" is in the works. His talent is too high to not have an opportunity.
27Stevan Ridley25NEP30283129.7Don't trust him or BB. Blount has BB's trust now and we all know that's all that matters in NE
28Frank Gore30SFO28313029.7Dude just keeps goingÉ.
29Danny Woodhead29SDO29372931.73We may have finally found the "next Darren Sproles"
30Christine Michael23SEA37382031.7Michael showed amazing speed, quickness and strength at the 2013 Combine (1st among RBs in both the 3-cone and 20-yard shuttle drills)
31Lamar Miller22MIA33263732.0-7Miami didn't ever seem to fully commit to Miller in 2013 and they've continued down that path by signing Knowshon Moreno in 2014. His value takes a definite hit despite being just 22 years old.
32David Wilson22NYG34342832.0Despite being super talented with elite measurables, David Wilson didn't perform as owners had hoped before going down with herniated disk in his neck suffered in week 5 of 2013
33Steven Jackson30ATL25294633.3-4He's got one more year. After thatÉ no thanks
34Marcus Lattimore22SFO36323233.33Lattimore is an investment piece only right now. Gore still looks good, but Lattimore's value will go up substantially this off-season. Look to sell to a believer.
35Joique Bell27DET32422633.33A must have if you are a Bush owner
36Bernard Pierce22BAL38353435.7Struggeled just as much as Rice in 2013. He's a solid handcuff should Rice go down, but don't draft this guy expecting Baltimore to favor him over Rice
37Darren Sproles30PHI42304438.7-11Aging but a pass-catching phenom - Sproles is a perfect fit in the Saints offense (161 catches in two seasons as a Saints), Sproles will be 31 in the 2014 season
38Toby Gerhart27JAX41364139.338Finally breaking out of the handcuff role and joining the Jaguars as their lead back should see his value boom
39Chris Ivory26NYJ40393939.3The undrafted RB (2010) takes his 5.1 YPC average to the N.Y. Jets via trade
40Rashad Jennings29NYG31335941.06Jennings joins the New York Giants and should be their bell-cow back in 2014 unless David Wilson can fully recover from significant neck surgery
41Bryce Brown22PHI35464341.3See Bernard Pierce.
42Mark Ingram24NOS45473341.7Is a FA this year. He showed flashes this year, but has never been able to grab the job from PT or an aging Sproles. Landing spot will be everything
43Jonathan Stewart27CAR39404742.0Stewart has been unable to seize the reigns, now comes off a season where he missed 7 games and remains mired in a RBBC
44Pierre Thomas29NOS44484044.0PT jumped onto the PPR scene and proved to be a nice little asset. With Sproles turning 31, PT should be the focus going forward
45Andre Brown27NYG51414545.7-9Unless NY goes after a back this off season, Brown in the #1 guy even if Wilson comes back healthy
46Donald Brown26SDC46524848.715After out-performing T-Rich in 2013 Brown moves on to join the crowded San Diego backfield where he may just be the odd man out.
47Jacquizz Rodgers24ATL55455451.3Rodgers was ultra-productive in college (1,644 yards per season over three years) but Rodgers is capped at 3rd down work with SJAX on the team
48Johnathan Franklin24GBP47446552.0Franklin gets nabbed in the same draft by Green Bay as Eddie Lacy, brings solid receiving skills out of the backfield
49Benjarvus Green-Ellis28CIN48535552.0Put him in the category of Rashard Mendenhall. BJGE will have 12-18 runs/game even if Gio does get a slightly heavier load
50Knile Davis22KCC65553652.0The physical freak carved out a nice role late in the season. Over use will undoubtedly result in another injury for this kid, however Charles was used too much this yr and Davis will get some carries
51C.J. Anderson23DEN60505354.381
52Robert Turbin24SEA53516155.0-4Will always be a 3rd down back even if Lynch goes down. Christine Michael will take over lead duties should that happen.
53Khiry Robinson24NOS43863855.712Has looked good. Unfortunately NO just cannot be trusted with their RB usage.
54DeAngelo Williams30CAR57635056.7Age and a RBBC attack push down DeAngelo's value, but he plays well when given the chance - will be 31 in the 2014 season but still looks plenty solid
55Roy Helu25WAS70435857.0-4Helu (turf toe, Achilles') 2012 season quickly ended on IR, he could get 3rd down work though and had 49 receptions as a rookie
56Shonn Greene28TEN61644958.0Sneaky back that could replace Johnson if TENN decides to dump his contract. Looked good this year.
57Fred Jackson33BUF50735158.033 next year and will still be FF relevant.
58LeGarrette Blount27PIT62585658.712Blount joins the Steelers in 2014 where he and Le'Veon Bell will provide a nice 1-2 punch. Look for goal line looks to go through Blount.
59Kendall Hunter25SFO58576459.7-4Hunter's role is looking murky with a healthy Lattimore. Need to see how this one shakes out
60Stepfan Taylor22ARI63595759.7It is a crowded backfield in Arizona that has RBBC written all over it
61LaMichael James24SFO54497860.3SF needs to figure out how to use James quick or maybe a change of scenery would be ideal for James
62Ahmad Bradshaw28IND56616661.0-9An injury risk but a productive back when in the game, Bradshaw signed a 1-year deal with the Colts for 2013
63Joseph Randle22DAL64626363.0-3Randle has proven to be a solid replacement for DeMarco. He needs to improve in pass protection though before Dallas will use him regularily.
64Edwin Baker22CLE59657064.7-7This back was pulled off a practice squad late in the yr and did well in Cleveland. Has he shown enough? The draft and FA will tell us a lot.
65Latavius Murray23OAK79784266.3Deep-sleeper Latavius Murray can do it all, should quickly be Oakland's #2 RB
66Daryl Richardson23STL52697966.7-4Now burried behind Stacy and Cunningham, however Drich has the COP capabilities to be the guy who spells Stacy next year
67Mike Tolbert28CAR71547667.0-3Buried behind Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams, although Tolbert scored 5 TDs in the final three games of 2012
68James Starks28GBP67766067.7-5Looks good as a COP back for Lacy. Nothing more.
69Jordan Todman24JAX66707169.063
70Mike James24TBB73726269.0-3Mike James proved productive and a good handcuff for Dmart
71Bilal Powell25NYJ49907370.7-3Powell will be the #2 back moving forward as long as Ivory can stay healthy.
72Benny Cunningham23STL76885272.0A clear backup to rookie phenom Zac Stacy who needs will do what he can on limited carries
73Marcel Reece28OAK68569372.3-4Simply valuable as a handcuff to McFadden/Jennings
74Denard Robinson23JAX72717773.3-3Thought to switch to WR, Jacksonville has announced they will make Robinson a RB - Robinson delivered with a 4.43 time in the forty at the 2013 Combine
75Isaiah Pead24STL81608475.0Talented, but idiotic, Pead is almost a lost cause.
76Mike Gillislee23MIA75668776.0Gillislee will compete primarily with Daniel Thomas for the backup RB job in Miami
77Michael Bush29CHI74688876.7-3Bush is a solid backup/handcuff, although at age 29 and back-to-back sub-4.0 YPC average seasons there isn't the potential upside he once had
78Ronnie Hillman22DEN92677277.0Hillman is undersized (5-10, 190 lbs) but fast with good vision and can stop and start quickly while stringing moves together, may never be more than a #2 RB
79Kenjon Barner24CAR84826878.0Another RB!? - Carolina said they simply couldn't pass on Barner in the 6th
80Daniel Thomas26MIA77758579.0Will be fighting for the #2 or perhaps only the #3 job, averages a dismal 3.5 YPC in his 2-year NFL career
81Mikel Leshoure24DET87836779.0LeShoure finally got his shot last year and scored 9 TDs (but averaged just 3.7 per carry), Reggie Bush has been brought over to be the #1 RB
82Jonathan Dwyer24ARI78818681.7Dwyer joins the Cardinals and could vie for carries behind undersized starter Andre Ellington
83Bobby Rainey26TBB691086982.0Opportunity comes in many shapes and sizes and while it took 2 guys going on IR before this rookie got his shot, he's performed better than many expected
84Vick Ballard23IND91847583.34Ballard was in heated competition for the Colts lead-back duties with Ahmad Bradshaw but tore his right ACL and missed all but the first week of the 2013 season
85Brandon Bolden24NEP96748384.3Brandon went undrafted out of Ole Miss but has good size and should again make the Pats roster in 2013
86Chris Ogbonnaya27CLE83938185.7The veteran running back is just good enough to garner touches in a poor Cleveland backfield and is a replaceable talent
87DuJuan Harris25GBP867910088.3Harris looked good in 2012 but he had late-season fresh legs and it was a small sample size and he is now buried deep on the depth chart
88Fozzy Whittaker25CLE103808288.3A 2012 UDFA, Fozzy has gained some steam and garnered carries in a poor Cleveland backfield so keep an eye on the young playmaker
89Dennis Johnson24HOU82968989.0Played well with some opportunity when Foster went down. He could become the next backup in HOU that people get excited about if Tate moves on
90Peyton Hillis28CLE94859290.3Rejuvinated himself a bit in NY this year.
91Felix Jones26PHI85929691.0Jones averaged 750 yards per year over five bland seasons with the Cowboys, he found a soft market in free agency and signed a 1-year deal with Philadelphia
92Antone Smith28ATL95919192.3The four-year veteran has been mostly a special teams contributor but the team is reportedly looking to get him more involved in the offense
93Lance Dunbar24DAL881108092.73Dunbar wasnÕt drafted but ended up making the Cowboys' 2012 team due to his special teams play and should make the roster again in 2013
94Evan Royster26WAS987710493.0Royster will need to compete with Roy Helu for the Skin' #2 RB job, very productive in college and finished as Penn State's all-time leading rusher
95Willis McGahee32UFA93989093.7A desperate sign for any team at this point.
96Kerwynn Williams22IND978710195.0Despite being a 7th round selection, Williams could be the Colts passing-down RB
97Mike Goodson26NYJ808912096.3-8The Jets signed Goodson to a 3-year, $6.9M deal but he has since been arrested for firearms and marijuana
98Ryan Williams23ARI901019896.3Two serious injuries aren't impossible to overcome at age 23 but he might be capped at being a #2 back, Arizona has added Rashard Mendenhall
99Theo Riddick22DET1161047498.0Riddick has a crowded RB stable but he is a versatile back who also played slot wide receiver at Notre Dame
100Rex Burkhead23CIN1029510299.7Good one-cut runner who plants and runs hard as a north-south runner
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