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fleaflicker leaderboard RB   NOV 2014
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1LeSean McCoy26PHI1111.0Had a slow start to the season, but has picked it up and is 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 Charles27KCC2263.3Charles has missed some time this season, but when he's on the field he is still one of the best in the biz and a TD machine.
3DeMarco Murray26DAL3343.3Murray is having one of the greatest seasons ever by a RB, but he's having to carry the ball a TON to do it which is the concern. The o-line looks great opening up massive running lanes.
4Giovani Bernard22CIN7524.7Even with Hill in the mix Gio has been a true work-horse RB with Jackman as the new OC with more of a focus on a ball-control offense which should give Gio plenty of touches.
5Le'Veon Bell22PIT6635.0Bell has dropped 15-20 pounds this season and you can tell by the quickness he is running with, he's been one of the most consistent RBs this season due to his versatility in the passing game.
6Matt Forte28CHI5475.3Trestman has his version of Charles and McCoy. Forte is less explosive but so versitile and last year he even found the endzone more than normal. PPR super freak although aging.
7Eddie Lacy23GBP4755.3-3Lacy started off slow like McCoy but has really picked it up as of late and is still an elite 3-down RB.
8Andre Ellington25ARI10989.04He doesn't score many rushing TDs, but he does catch his fair share of receiving TDs along with plenty of catches which make him a RB1.
9Marshawn Lynch28SEA1281010.0There is not a more talented backfield in the NFL then in Seattle with Lynch and Michael. Lynch will put up top-8 numbers but this could be his last elite year before Michael takes over in '15
10Arian Foster28HOU9111110.35Foster has been great this season and is a top-5 RB for this year and maybe next.
11Mark Ingram24NOS13101211.724Ingram has looked great this year and some injuries to some of the other RBs have opened the door for more of a feature role in the running game which should continue due to his momentum.
12Carlos Hyde (R)23SFO1416913.05Gore is fading this season like most projected and Hyde keeps getting more work as the season progresses, he should be the man starting in '15.
13Alfred Morris25WAS15121413.7Has struggled at times this season but RG3 is back and has already opened up some running lanes after last weekend's 2-TD performance in week 9.
14Doug Martin25TBB18141315.0-5Many thought this would be a bounce-back season but he's underwelming again and fears of Sims stealing some work are about to come true.
15Lamar Miller23MIA17151515.77The injury to Moreno has given Miller an opportunity to really showcase his skills and he hasn't disappointed this season.
16Adrian Peterson29MIN8192316.73Peterson's value no doubt takes a dramatic hit to go along with his dramatic off-field issues. Not good for anyone.
17Ben Tate26CLE11133018.09See Crowell
18Trent Richardson24IND22181618.7Still not living up to expectations from when he entered the league, but he's definitely playing much better this season than last year. He still has room to grow in this offense if Bradshaw starts to slow.
19Shane Vereen25NEP19201718.7Boom or bust player in PPR and is a FA in the off-season which will determine much of his value moving forward. The NE offense showcases his skills and I don't think he would fair well eslewhere.
20C.J. Spiller27BUF21172521.0-6Spiller has been placed on IR ending another disappointing season and is a FA in the off-season, too soon to tell if they will make it a priority to resign him. Could be a good buy-low if he plays elsewhere in '15.
21Ryan Mathews27SDC23211921.0About to come back from injury and while many were worried about Oliver he's underwelmed the last 2-3 games just in time for Matthews to come back and reclaim his starting gig.
22Jerick McKinnon (R)22MIN16232421.0McKinnon has played well in the absense of AP, but they have recently started scaling back his touches a bit in an effort to keep him fresh. He could be the man in '15 w/no AP.
23Bishop Sankey (R)22TEN28221822.7-3He's been given topportunities to be the man and has really disappointed with ypc and fumbles. Good buy-low player but there is risk that he's just not that good.
24Zac Stacy23STL20312726.0-13Stacy's value is free-falling after the emergence of Mason of late, there is still time for him to win this battle but he needs to get his act together ASAP.
25Tre Mason (R)21STL35252026.719It's clear that they are him to win this as Stacy's workload has been dramatically reduced. While Mason has to work on his pass-blocking and receiving he's definitely electric when he catches the ball.
26Chris Ivory26NYJ24332627.715Ivory has been great this season and is definitely the best RB on the roster.
27Rashad Jennings29NYG30322228.0Jennings was off to a hot start this season before a knee injury put a stop to his season temporarily. He's due back soon and should regain his starting gig as Williams has STRUGGLED.
28Devonta Freeman (R)22ATL26273429.0-4He will get more and more playing time over the course of the season which will determine his value heading into the off-season heading into next season. Buy-low now if you can.
29Joique Bell28DET27303129.3It's clear that the future Lion's RB isn't currently on this roster.
30Christine Michael23SEA31372129.7Michael showed amazing speed, quickness and strength at the 2013 Combine (1st among RBs in both the 3-cone and 20-yard shuttle drills). Coaches are already talking him up as their future at RB.
31Montee Ball23DEN29263530.0-21Struggled early on this season when the Broncos were trying play ground-n-pound, but the minute he got hurt they opened up the offense on first and second downs which has helped Hillman flourish.
32Reggie Bush29DET25284031.0-9He's getting older and is getting dinged, can still produce when on the field though.
33Terrance West (R)23CLE36292931.3-4See Crowell
34Denard Robinson24JAX34243932.345Toby's struggles and the recent dedication from the team to give him a full load have energized the running game for the Jags, is he the future for the team?!? Still hard to tell due to size and sample size.
35Jeremy Hill (R)22CIN33353233.3-4Dominated week 9 while Gio missed time with a hip injury and he sure did dominate with 150 and 2 TDs. His upside is capped by Gio but has a shot to grow his role regardless.
36Andre Williams (R)22NYG32383635.34Boy has he struggled after getting the reigns to this offense after Jennings got hurt a few weeks back. He has owners second-guessing his value moving forward, hopefully it's just a rookie thing.
37Isaiah Crowell (R)21CLE41392836.06Has flasthed at times this season but concerns of ball-security of derailed some of his promise. A lot of uncertainty in this backfield with 3 quality options, it's a guessing game as to how this will play out.
38Frank Gore31SFO37344438.3-4Dude just keeps going, but......he's definitely slowing down.
39Ahmad Bradshaw28IND39403738.713What a re-emergence from the oft-injured RB, he's been a top-10 RB this season in PPR catching tons of passes and TDs.
40Branden Oliver (R)23SDC49364242.366Has been great at times and has disappeared at times since taking over as the lead RB for the Chargers after injuries to Matthews, Brown and Woodhead. Should maintain a role even after Matthews is back.
41Ronnie Hillman23DEN48473342.735Hillman has been electric for the Broncos since hitting the starting lineup, he'll more than likely keep the starting gig once Ball returns. Ball could cap his upside but he's proven he deserves to start.
42Stevan Ridley25NEP42434543.3-6Was showing signs of a bounce-back season but it was cut short due to a season-ending knee injury. Probably won't be back with the team in '15.
43Charles Sims (R)24TBB45464946.714Missed the first half of the season with an ankle injury but is set to return and could take over for a struggling DMart who the team has no loyalty too.
44Chris Johnson29TEN44504646.7-16A shell of his former self, not much left in the tank since his elilte play was based on his speed which is in the rear-view mirror.
45Storm Johnson (R)22JAX46534347.33Got an opportunity to showcase his talent for a few games but wasn't able to do much with it and has now taken a backseat to DRob.
46Bernard Pierce23BAL62414148.0-8Had a golden opportunity due to the departure of Rice but it's been Forsett who has capitalized on the golden opportunity up for grabs.
47Darren Sproles31PHI43565049.7Sproles has been electric at times before a sprained MCL, he's older for a RB but is more of a WR which means he could play for another year or 2 at a high level.
48Justin Forsett29JAX52603850.091Has been one of the biggest surprises at RB this season and has been very consistent in production and is even better in PPR.
49James White (R)22NEP51544750.7Looked great in the preseason but hasn't been able to get on the field in the regular season. Maybe he'll have a shot at PT in '15 with both Vereen and Ridley being FAs.
50Darren McFadden27OAK40427552.3-11DMC is consistently inconsistent and couldn't do much when MJD went down with an injury.
51Pierre Thomas29NOS50485952.3Has had some nice games this season but has also missed lots of time due to injury. A decent flex guy when healthy.
52Steven Jackson31ATL54456053.0-7Could be the last season for SJax before he rides off into the sunset.
53Knowshon Moreno27MIA38447853.3-20Lost a ton of value when hitting IR a few weeks back.
54Lorenzo Taliaferro (R)22BAL47595654.052Has shined at times as a big back with a nose for the end-zone, could grow into more of a role if the team doesn't see Forsett as the long-term solution at RB.
55Alfred Blue (R)25HOU57515554.3A physical specimine and could be a good one should Foster go down.
56Khiry Robinson24NOS55575154.3-6Ingram missed time and Khiry was able to play and had a decent game or two but just didn't produce like Ingram has when healthy. It's clear that Ingram is the man in NO.
57KaDeem Carey (R)22CHI53634854.7-3Forte-esque skill set that could fill in immediately and make the Bears not notice if Forte goes down. Will only be relevant after Forte leaves or gets hurt.
58Knile Davis23KCC56585456.0The physical freak carved out a nice role late in the season and for a short period earlier this year. He's a RB1 whenever Charles misses time.
59Danny Woodhead29SDC60615859.7-22Was put on IR earlier this season with an ankle injury, could lose his job as the receiving back due to the emergence of Oliver.
60Jonathan Stewart27CAR61527362.0-13Has looked ok at times this season when on the field, but doesn't score and doesn't catch passes which means he's just not a valuable commodity for your squad.
61Toby Gerhart27JAX59656362.3-29One of the biggest disappointments this season as many thought he would be a solid RB2. Not even an RB5 at this point with no expectation to regain any value moving forward.
62DeAngelo Williams31CAR69556663.3Age 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
63Bryce Brown23BUF77645264.3-10FJax has missed time and Spiller is on IR but still hasn't been able to get going, maybe as the season goes on he can get more carries showcasing his skills for an opportunity to start in '15
64Joseph Randle22DAL74626165.76What an idiot getting caught stealing at Dilliards, and not even sure he carries much value should Murray go down.
65Juwan Thompson (R)22DEN84665367.741He's a big boy who can score TDs, hard to tell what will happen with his role once Ball comes back.
66Robert Turbin24SEA63707067.7-5Sounds like Lynch could be gone next season, does that open a door for Turnin or Michael?
67Donald Brown27SDC66677168.0-5Had a monster opportunity when Matthews went down and really struggled before going down with a concussion which resulted in many missed weeks and the emergence of Oliver.
68Benny Cunningham24STL64687268.0The addition of Mason kills any Cunningham hopes
69Lance Dunbar24DAL75696268.7-10Some off-season hype from the coaching staff stating Dunbar being a complete back.
70Latavius Murray23OAK82725770.3Deep-sleeper Latavius Murray can do it all, just needs the opportunity
71Fred Jackson33BUF65816971.7Still plugging away as a solid RB2 this season, but can he continue this type of play in '15?
72James Starks28GBP72796772.7-5Has produced when given the opportunity, must have cuff
73Roy Helu25WAS78746873.3-5With a new coaching staff all loyalties to Alf are out the window, could have some value in the future should Alf struggle
74Ray Rice27BAL73826573.3-19Rice is suspended indefinitely because of his domestic violence issue. He may have trouble finding an NFL team willing to take him on.
75Maurice Jones-Drew29OAK68768074.7-33Just doesn't look like he has much left in the tank and has missed time with injuries this season.
76Stepfan Taylor23ARI80806474.7-11Just a backup.
77Theo Riddick23DET794975.74Riddick has a crowded RB stable but he is a versatile back who also played slot wide receiver at Notre Dame
78LeGarrette Blount27PIT71847476.3-5Blount has looked good when he gets PT but he just doesn't hold value barring an injury to Bell.
79C.J. Anderson23DEN58839779.3-19Nothing to see here with the emergence of Hillman and Thompson
80Bobby Rainey27TBB83758179.720Opportunity 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
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