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1Le'Veon Bell23PIT11111Bell dropped 15-20 pounds before the '14 season and you could tell by the quickness he ran with, he's was the most consistent RB due to his versatility in the passing game. He will be the #1 RB off the boards in both dynasty start-ups and '15 redraft leagues.
2Eddie Lacy24GBP24232.75Lacy is a young 3-down RB in an explosive offense where defenses can't load up against the run with Rodgers at the helm.
3LeSean McCoy26PHI42322.75Had sort of a disappointing '14 season but still finished 12th in total points at RB and finished as a lowend RB1.
4DeMarco Murray27DAL33453.75Murray had one of the greatest seasons ever by a RB, but he also carried the ball a TON which is part of the concern along with his landing spot in free agency.
5Jamaal Charles28KCC55544.75Charles has missed some time this season, but when he was on the field he proved he is still one of the best in the biz and a TD machine. He's getting up there in age, now is the time to sell.
6Jeremy Hill22CIN67776.75Seems as though Hill is the lead dog moving forward with his stretch-run performance in '14, but there are game-to-game consistency concerns as you never know when Gio will be the focus.
7Carlos Hyde23SFO79867.5With Gore being another year older Hyde should be the man starting in '15. Slight concern with Harbaugh leaving with his smash-mouth philosophy.
8Matt Forte29CHI8611108.75Some questions around Forte this off-season with his age and new coaching staff, but he should be good for another 2 seasons. Trade him now if you can though.
9Giovani Bernard23CIN13891411Unlike the Cleveland RB Duo, the two Cincinatti backs can, and will, exist as complementary fantasy contributors.
10Tre Mason21STL161210911.753While Mason has to work on his pass-blocking and receiving he's definitely electric when he has the ball, should be a low-end RB1 moving forward.
11Mark Ingram25NOS1210121512.25He will test FA this off-season and ultimately his landing spot will dictate his value for '15 and beyond. Returning to the Saints wouldn't be bad either.
12Arian Foster28HOU1013131312.25Foster missed 3 games in '14 but still finished as a top-5 back in PPR, should be good for another 2 seasons. If you own or buy him this off-season make sure to grab Alfred Blue a well.
13Adrian Peterson29MIN914151112.25Peterson's value no doubt took a dramatic hit to go along with his dramatic off-field issues. He's also turning 30 so he might have 2 seasons left since he is a freak of nature.
14C.J. Anderson24DEN201861214Hillman and Ball injuries have thrust Anderson into the spotlight and he's a solid workhorse when called upon, with Kubiak as the new OC we should see more of the same in '15.
15Andre Ellington26ARI1111181614-3Started the year off great but ended the season on IR, the draft this off-season will be telling about his future. Odds are they draft a strong RB to form a 50/50 RBBC.
16Lamar Miller23MIA1715141816Miller finished as a top-9 back in '14 in PPR and with Moreno being a FA he could find the backfield all to himself again in '15. Hopefully the coaching staff believes now.
17Marshawn Lynch28SEA1417161716There is not a more talented backfield in the NFL then in Seattle with Lynch and Michael. Lynch will put up top-4 numbers but his future is murky as he has been rumored as a possible cap-casualty
18Alfred Morris26WAS1516211917.75Finished as the RB17 with 8 games under 10 ppg which is not what you want out of your starting RB, would be higher in non-ppr leagues.
19Doug Martin26TBB1821192019.5Another forgetable season, but there were signs of life. Rumors of an off-season trade might spark life to his career, but ultimately he could lose his job to Sims should he stay in Tampa next year.
20Bishop Sankey22TEN1919242321.25He'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.
21Isaiah Crowell22CLE2120222421.75Without West on the team Crowell would be ranked much higher and vice versa.
22Ryan Mathews27SDC2222282925.25A starting RB caliber NFL player but always seems to be dinged. As a free agent after 2014 his value is currently undefined.
23Latavius Murray24OAK3429172225.58Showed big time ability at times in '14, should be the guy in '15. Excited to see what he can do in the starting role for an entire season.
24Devonta Freeman22ATL2727202825.5Hopefully he will get the shot to be the guy in '15 as SJax is old and slow. New coaching staff is always a concern though as they might want to draft their guys.
25Terrance West24CLE2526263026.75Without Crowell on the team West would be ranked much higher and vice versa.
26Shane Vereen25NEP2923292626.75Boom or bust player in PPR and is a FA in this 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.
27Joique Bell28DET2828312127It's clear that the future Lion's RB isn't currently on this roster.
28Jerick McKinnon22MIN3524232927.75-5Jerick was able to showcase his talent, but ended up on IR and ultimately there are concerns that he just isn't durable to be an every down back. He could get another shot if AP is cut in the off-season.
29Christine Michael24SEA2431253127.75May or may not be the man in '15, depends on whether the team cuts ties with Lynch who proved he can still be the center piece of a successful football team. Michael is dynamic when he plays.
30Andre Williams22NYG3230302529.25Had some good games and bad games in relief of Jennings, could get more PT in '15. He's a good buy this off-season.
31C.J. Spiller27BUF2332352729.25-3Another deflating year for Spiller owners, he has proven he's just not a workhorse back as he's only had one good year as a pro, rumors of him going to the Jets would be good for his career though.
32Denard Robinson24JAX2625393731.75Shoelace played well after taking over the feature role in 2014, but he ultimately ended up on IR. Concerns about durability due to his size won't be going anywhere, I expect the Jags to draft a RB.
33Chris Ivory26NYJ3136343333.5Rumors of CJ Spiller to the Jets would crush Ivory's value, he looked solid when the team committed to both him and the running game.
34Jonathan Stewart27CAR3638273433.75He looked great down the stretch and in the playoffs and the rumor is that Deangelo is done with the team. Could be a nice '15 season if he can stay healthy.
35Rashad Jennings29NYG3035413234.5Jennings started off the year hot and eventually broke down off and on for the rest of the season, he'll be back and will share the load with Andre Williams in '15.
36Charles Sims24TBB3834323534.75Missed the first half of the season with an ankle injury but could steal the job from Martin this off-season and could see a nice spike in production in '15
37Montee Ball24DEN3333444238Was hyped as a top-5 RB heading into '14 and ultimately disappointed with poor play and injuries. His future is now murky and he'll have to compete vs CJ Anderson and Hillman for PT in '15.
38Branden Oliver23SDC42373839393Should Matthews leave in FA and if the Bolts don't sign a big time RB he could see a huge spike in value as he proved at times that he could be relied upon.
39Justin Forsett29JAX4542363639.75What a great year from the 29 year old journeyman, if he stays in Baltimore I could see him being the guy again although Kubiak just left with his ZB scheme to coach the Broncos which made him so good.
40Ahmad Bradshaw28IND3940424140.5What a re-emergence from the oft-injured RB, but he ultimately ended up on IR. Could have one more good season left in the tank.
41Reggie Bush29DET3744404942.5-3He's getting older and is getting dinged, can still produce when on the field though.
42Alfred Blue26HOU5047373843A physical specimine and could be a good one should Foster go down.
43Trent Richardson24IND4056454045.25What a bust, he is more than likely going to get cut since he was suspended in the playoffs which voided his guaranteed contract, he will more than likely be looking elsewhere. NE would be his best shot at solid production.
44Ronnie Hillman23DEN4848434445.75Hillman was pretty solid when he had his shot to start before going down with injury opening the door to CJ Anderson. He could be in the mix for some carries in '15.
45Stevan Ridley26NEP4441554345.75Was 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.
46Ben Tate26CLE4155464546.75Released by Cleveland and Minnesota but signed as Le'Veon Bell insurance for playoff time, Tate's fantasy and NFL future is up in the air.
47Lorenzo Taliaferro23BAL4745515649.75Has 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.
48Frank Gore31SFO4343615450.25Dude just keeps going, but......he's definitely slowing down.
49Theo Riddick23DET4939664750.25Riddick has a crowded RB stable but he is a versatile back who also played slot wide receiver at Notre Dame.
50James White23NEP5151475350.5Looked great in the preseason but wasn't 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.
51Darren Sproles31PHI5252505251.5There are rumors that CJ Spiller would be welcomed in Philly which would crush the little value that Sproles has. He should have a similar role in '14 assuming they don't replace him.
52Bryce Brown23BUF6369334652.755There is a rumor that he could be the guy in '15 with FJax another year older and Spiller more than likely leaving in FA, should he start he could be a steal.
53Robert Turbin25SEA5550565153Lynch could be gone next season, does that open a door for Turbin or Michael?
54Pierre Thomas30NOS5649595053.5Has had some nice games this season but has also missed lots of time due to injury. A decent flex guy when healthy and Ingram is a FA.
55Chris Johnson29TEN5458535655.25A 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.
56Knile Davis23KCC5763544855.53The 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.
57Zac Stacy23STL4653695856.5-5Stacy's value is free-falling after the emergence of Mason of late, his future is murky pending an injury to Mason.
58KaDeem Carey22CHI5865485757Forte-esque skill set that could fill in immediately and make the Bears not notice if Forte goes down.
59Steven Jackson31ATL5957605557.75-3Could be the last season for SJax before he rides off into the sunset.
60Bernard Pierce23BAL6446635958Had a golden opportunity due to the departure of Rice but it was Forsett who has capitalized on the golden opportunity. Future value is unknown.
61LeGarrette Blount28PIT7266495059.254Now with the Pats he had some value late in the year and in the playoffs, both Vereen and Ridley are FA's this off-season and Gray is a fumble machine. His value depends on who they sign or draft this off-season.
62Dan Herron25IND6659576060.525 year old backup RB Boom Herron looks the better back than Trent Richardson in Indy, which says a lot more about Richardson than it does Herron.
63Danny Woodhead30SDC6067586261.75Was put on IR earlier this season with an ankle injury, could lose his job as the receiving back due to the emergence of Oliver.
64Storm Johnson22JAX6161646362.25Got 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.
65Joseph Randle23DAL7564526463.75With Murray being a FA there have been reports that the team thinks he could be an everydown back, probably just a ploy to resign Murray on a cheaper deal.
66Knowshon Moreno27MIA5354787264.25-5Lost a ton of value when hitting IR and is a FA this off-season with a murky future.
67Roy Helu26WAS6971686167.25Helu is talented but just hasn't gotten a big chance to be the guy. He is a FA this off-season so he'll probably sign to continue in a similar 3rd down role. He's an injury risk too.
68Darren McFadden27OAK6268756667.75DMC is consistently inconsistent and couldn't do much when MJD went down with an injury. Latavius is now the guy moving forward.
69Ray Rice28BAL7870656669.75Rice was suspended indefinitely because of his domestic violence issue. He may have trouble finding an NFL team willing to take him on.
70Matt Asiata27MIN8260706769.75Has had a few monster weeks this season but just isn't that dynamic other than being able to pound the ball into the endzone inside the 5-yard line.
71Khiry Robinson25NOS7162796870Ingram 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.
72James Starks29GBP7376676570.254Has produced when given the opportunity, must have cuff for Lacy.
73Fred Jackson34BUF6574746970.5Still plugging away as a solid RB2 this season, but can he continue this type of play in '15? Bryce Brown might be the guy moving forward.
74Benny Cunningham24STL7073727071.25The addition of Mason kills any Cunningham hopes
75Toby Gerhart27JAX6875717271.5One of the biggest disappointments this season as many thought he would be a solid RB2. Missed his shot to be the guy, nothing to see here now.
76Lance Dunbar25DAL7678627372.25Some off-season hype from the coaching staff stating Dunbar being a complete back.
77Juwan Thompson22DEN8572737175.25He's a big boy who can score TDs, but he's buried in a talented Denver backfield.
78Donald Brown27SDC6782827476.25Had 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.
79DeAngelo Williams31CAR8077778078.5Rumors are that he won't be back with Panthers in '15, he's an old RB who has lost his explosiveness.
80Stepfan Taylor23ARI8183767979.75Just a backup.
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