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1LeSean McCoy26PHI1111Proved 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 Charles27KCC2232Andy 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 Lacy23GBP4524Lacy looks like a poor man's AP or maybe a Lynch 2.0 with more pass catching capabilities. Sky is the limit
4Adrian Peterson29MIN33105As 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 Martin25TBB8487Sophomore slump for Martin, the addition of Sims in the draft and the coaching staff stating more of a rotation gives plenty of cause for concern. Could be a great value if he can overcome all of this.
6Matt Forte28CHI5697Trestman 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.
7Montee Ball23DEN61649Now that Moreno's off to Miami with his bum knee it's Ball's gig which is top-5 potential with Peyton keeping defenses honest.
8DeMarco Murray26DAL713793Murray looks elite when given the rock but his injury history is nothing to scoff at
9Le'Veon Bell22PIT1211610Bell 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
10Giovani Bernard22CIN1510510The drafting of Hill is scary to some but with Jackman as the new OC there will be more of a focus on a ball-control offense which should give Gio plenty of touches.
11Zac Stacy23STL991210-4DFW Darling Zac Stacy is entering year 2 as the starter with young Tre Mason breathing down his neck. Not much room for error once Tre gets up to speed.
12Arian Foster27HOU1071511Foster has plenty in the tank for another season or two of top 10 production. He's a great buy low for win-now teams
13Marshawn Lynch28SEA1182013There 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
14Andre Ellington25ARI13191114The coaching staff has given him a vote of confidence heading into year #2 as the unquestioned lead back, I expect a poor-man's '12 Spiller production
15C.J. Spiller27BUF14171315Forever 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 Richardson24IND16141415Probably 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
17Alfred Morris25WAS17122317If you are looking for consistency, look no further than Morris. I wouldn't want him as my RB1, but he is the perfect RB2
18Shane Vereen25NEP19181618Vereen 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
19Ray Rice27BAL18152218OLINE SUCKED. End of storyÉ moving on. Ray Rice is stil elite and will be fine once Baltimore upgrades their line
20Ryan Mathews27SDC22201920Really 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
21Bishop Sankey (R)21TEN21261822Should see more action that Freeman but lacks the north/south running style that is effective in an everydown back role. Will need to be McCoy 2.0 to not be just another scat back
22Devonta Freeman (R)22ATL20272424Will see action right away with his awesome pass catching skills and an aging Sjax. Dude is a 5'7" bowling ball and can handle the lead role. Watch out
23Reggie Bush29DET23222724Bush looked great in Detroit, but Joique Bell looks to be the more typical starting back with Bush resigned more to a COP back.
24Lamar Miller23MIA24242524Miami didn't ever seem to fully commit to Miller in 2013 but he's having a solid off-season after the signing of Moreno who has a bad knee
25Carlos Hyde (R)22SFO332517253Weird spot but almost ensures that Lattimore isn't where they want him to be. Hyde doesn't have (pre) injury Lattimore upside, but he is solid across the board
26Chris Johnson28TEN26232826Chris Johnson is officially on the downhill ride towards the RB graveyard, but he could have 1 or 2 solid years with the Jets
27Ben Tate26CLE28212926Tate's value takes a huge leap as he lands the starting job in Cleveland in 2014
28Toby Gerhart27JAX27282627Finally breaking out of the handcuff role and joining the Jaguars as their lead back should see his value boom
29Joique Bell28DET25293229A must have if you are a Bush owner
30Rashad Jennings29NYG36303032Jennings joins the New York Giants and should be their bell-cow back in 2014 unless David Wilson can fully recover from significant neck surgery. Watch out for Andre Williams too
31Christine Michael23SEA43332132Michael 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.
32Terrance West (R)23CLE35323133The most dependable back in a crowded backfield, he's one Tate injury away before his stock jumps up in a big way
33Jeremy Hill (R)21CIN313933344Very much like Hyde. This pick up should concern Gio owners as it all but assures that his role is locked into what it was last year. Hill is better than BJGE in every way
34Maurice Jones-Drew29OAK30373835MJD 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
35Knowshon Moreno27MIA29364035Joining the Miami Dolphins it'll be interesting to see how that situation shakes out, especially with Miller having a great off-season and Moreno having knee surgery
36Bernard Pierce23BAL40353436Struggeled just as much as Rice in 2013 due to bad o-line play, but with Shannahan in town and an early season suspension for Rice he has a chance to showcase his skills
37Frank Gore31SFO34314436Dude just keeps goingÉ.
38Darren McFadden27OAK39343737-5DMC is consistently inconsistent and with the MJD signing this could be the beggining of the end for him. Don't forget about L.Murray as well
39Danny Woodhead29SDC32404238We may have finally found the "next Darren Sproles", but the signing of Donald Brown definitely puts a bit of a damper on his future production
40Stevan Ridley25NEP42443540Still hard to trust, but great value now that Blount is gone to Pitt. Could return to a 1,000 yard season and 10 TDs
41Tre Mason (R)21STL44463642Should be the Stacy/Mason show but it is clearly Stacy's job to lose at this point. Mason will offer a level of explosiveness that Stacy can't offer as a COP back with upside.
42Steven Jackson31ATL37385343He's got one more year. After that it's Freeman time.
43James White (R)22NEP41474143One of my sneaky pickups this year. Both Ridley and Vereen are FA's after the '14 season and he could fill a huge void in '15 if one of them isn't resigned
44Andre Williams (R)22NYG534139443Strong north/south runner who has pass catching issues. In terms of a true RB he cold be the best on roster starting week 1, but will be limited.
45Jonathan Stewart27CAR47434645Stewart is having a good off-season and is as healthy as he has been in awhile, but.....we've heard and see that before he fizzles
46Chris Ivory26NYJ48454546Was handed the keys to the starting RB gig for the Jets and fumbled it away, now enter Chris Johnson and he may be the backseat driver from here on out
47Mark Ingram24NOS504247463Is a FA after this year. He showed flashes, but has never been able to grab the job from PT. Landing spot will be everything
48Pierre Thomas29NOS51484347PT jumped onto the PPR scene and proved to be a nice little asset. With Sproles being traded to Philly PT should be the focus going forward
49Storm Johnson (R)22JAX38495648-4What a phenominal late round pick up by JAX. Not only do they get a talented multi-demensional back but they get Bortles his nookie blankey for their days at UCF
50Darren Sproles31PHI46505049Aging but a pass-catching phenom - Sproles is a perfect fit in the Philly offense behind McCoy, Sproles will be 31 in the 2014 season
51Bryce Brown23BUF45525250Now in Buffalo he needs an injury to FJax to gain any '14 value, could be a nice spike in PT starting in '15 as he will move into the FJax role
52Khiry Robinson24NOS52515151Has looked good. Unfortunately NO just cannot be trusted with their RB usage.
53KaDeem Carey (R)21CHI57554853Forte-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.
54C.J. Anderson23DEN56565556Should win the #2 job behind Ball and is always hyped by local media in Denver, good size/speed combo
55Marcus Lattimore22SFO49615856Lattimore is an investment piece only right now. Gore still looks good, and the signing of Hyde isn't good for Lattimore owners.
56Lance Dunbar24DAL55536257Some off-season hype from the coaching staff stating Dunbar being a complete back.
57Andre Brown27UFA61546058Now in Houston as Foster's cuff, only an injury gives him value at this point
58Charles Sims (R)23TBB59704959Dmart will need to prove he can bounce back, and Sims is the best pass catcher in the class (maybe Freeman). Sims could find a nice role if Dmart flounders
59Robert Turbin24SEA54577060Will always be a 3rd down back even if Lynch goes down. Christine Michael will take over lead duties should that happen.
60Knile Davis22KCC735954623The 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
61Isaiah Crowell (R)21CLE676059623Off the field issues abound so much so that this talented back ended up signing as an undrafted free agent. Look for him to push for playing time if he keeps his head on straight.
62Ahmad Bradshaw28IND626365634Coming back from an injury-filled '14 he could have a shot at some PT with the departure of Donald Brown
63DeAngelo Williams31CAR66586663Age 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
64Stepfan Taylor23ARI65696466It is a crowded backfield in Arizona that has RBBC written all over it
65Donald Brown27SDC63647166-3After 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.
66Shonn Greene29TEN64667368Should share time with Sankey after CJ2K left for the Jets
67James Starks28GBP706867684Has produced when given the opportunity, must have cuff
68Roy Helu25WAS75626868With a new coaching staff all loyalties to Alf are out the window, could have some value in the future should Alf struggle
69Benny Cunningham24STL607372688The addition of Mason kills any Cunningham hopes
70Joseph Randle22DAL727561695He needs to improve in pass protection though before Dallas will use him regularily.
71Lache Seastrunk (R)23UFA58767670-14It's Morris' job to lose but Seastrunk can give him a good run for his money
72Latavius Murray23OAK78775771-3Deep-sleeper Latavius Murray can do it all, just needs the opportunity
73Fred Jackson33BUF7172697133 next year and will still be FF relevant.
74LeGarrette Blount27PIT69747472Blount 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.
75Jacquizz Rodgers24ATL68659476-7Huge hit with the addition of Freeman
76Ronnie Hillman22DEN74797576Hillman 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
77Ryan Williams24UFA80876377-3Now in Dallas he has supposedly looked good this off-season and has an injury-prone Murray in front of him
78Mike Gillislee23MIA787780A decent hit to his value with the Moreno signing
79Jordan Todman24JAX76818882
80Dennis Johnson24HOU79858483Played 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
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