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1Le'Veon Bell23PIT1211.3Coming back from suspension he picked up where he left off last season, despite a season ending injury he's the clear #1 dynasty RB.
2Todd Gurley (R)21STL2121.7Week 3 was his coming out party, welcome to the league stud.
3Devonta Freeman23ATL3433.3Exploded with 3 TDs in back-to-back games and hasn't looked back. Coleman owners will have to wait for injury because Freeman is the real deal and the #1 RB in ATL.
4LeSean McCoy27BUF9345.3McCoy is stlll a dynamic player but has Karlos Williams sniffing at his heels. A RB1 for the forseeable future despite that.
5Carlos Hyde24SFO6586.3Looked great week 1, but offensive limitations and bad QB play have allowed defenses to stack the box against the run making it tough to find much running room. Injury woes don't help.
6Eddie Lacy25GBP5956.3-3Lacy is a young 3-down RB in an explosive offense but has struggled recently with staying on the field.
7Jeremy Hill23CIN8867.3Has had an up and down 2015 with game-flow dictating usage between he and GIo, he's still a solid RB1.
8David Johnson (R)24ARI46148.05Has looked amazing, will be a monster in '16 with some good games for the rest of the season with Ellington dinged and CJ?K out for the year.
9Adrian Peterson30MIN710109.0Looks like he's still got that dominant physical ability, should have a top-5 RB season with another 1-2 solid years left after that.
10Mark Ingram26NOS111179.7Ingram looks solid so far this season and is making plays in the passing game too. High floor but will lack the huge monster games.
11Lamar Miller24MIA10131211.7A change in coaching staff has revived his value but still a bit up and down. He's one of the Dolphin's most explosive play-makers and always a threat to put up RB1 numbers.
12Jamaal Charles29KCC1372113.7Charles was lost for the year, 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.
13DeMarco Murray27PHI12121713.7-4Has been solid, yet unspectacular in the Philadelphia offense. Of course, that entire offense has been anemic in 2015.
14Doug Martin26TBB14171314.7Has looked solid this season, not the same Doug Martin from his rookie season, but not the same Doug Martin from the last 2 seasons.
15Melvin Gordon (R)22SDC1719915.0Needs to be more decisive but looks like he'll be a solid NFL RB.
16TJ Yeldon (R)22JAX22141115.7Getting lots of work, the production will come.
17Matt Forte30CHI15151816.0Getting up there in age but still productive, rumors of the team maybe shopping him in an effort to rebuild.
18Latavius Murray24OAK18201517.7Has been solid as the lead back for OAK, some monster games should be on the horizon.
19Chris Ivory27NYJ16162418.7If he can manage to stay healthy and on the field he will push to be a top-5 RB this season, has looked great.
20Ameer Abdullah (R)22DET21221619.7Bell is almost out of the picture which should allow Ameer to get more touches and more production.
21Giovani Bernard24CIN25182322.0Has surprised many this season with some solid outings and out-touching Hill in most games.
22Duke Johnson (R)22CLE20272223.0Has looked great catching the ball so far and should get more and more PT as the season progresses.
23Jeremy Langford (R)24CHI19282524.08Rumors of Chicago trading or letting Forte walk would do wonders for Langford's value.
24Dion Lewis25NEP23213024.7Broke out week 1 with Blount suspended and was highly productive before going on IR. Still has a bright future after extending his contract with the Pats.
25Marshawn Lynch29SEA27252726.3Missing time with nagging injuries this season, could be the beginning of the end for Lynch. Rawls looks ready to take over.
26Tevin Coleman (R)22ATL26233126.7Missing time with broken ribs has opened the door for Freeman to explode and secure the starting role. One of the best backups in the league.
27Jonathan Stewart28CAR24243226.7Not showing much of a ceiling as the lead back for Carolina, I'd recommend selling the minute he has a great game.
28Thomas Rawls22SEA33301927.3Looks like the heir apparent in Seattle and runs with a little beast mode himself.
29Matt Jones (R)22WAS35262629.0Slowly taking over and will be the guy by the end of the season with Alf being a FA in the off-season.
30Javorius Allen (R)24BAL29352931.0Won't get much love this year unless the Ravens are eliminated from the playoffs at some point in the season, if that happens they might want to see what they have in the young rook.
31Karlos Williams (R)22BUF31362831.75They cut FJax once they realized what they had in Karlos who looks like a beast, helps that McCoy has missed time with a nagging hamstring injury.
32Arian Foster29HOU30313632.3Coming back from an early season groin injury, should start to ramp up with touches and production.
33C.J. Anderson24DEN48322033.3Not looking good this season while the Broncos have struggled to run the ball, Hillman has shown that he's not going anywhere as part of a full blown RBBC.
34Andre Ellington26ARI36333434.3Didn't take long for Ellington to get injured and miss time which many were predicting, you might want to sell the minute he's back and has a solid outing. David Johnson will take that starting job by the end of the season.
35Ryan Mathews28PHI32373835.7-6Hard to predict how touches will be divided week-to-week, but showed he can be productive in Philly when given a full workload.
36Alfred Morris27WAS28424036.7Slowly losing his job to the more explosive Matt Jones, the time to sell has probably passed and gone. He is also a FA in the off-season and likely won't resign with Jones in the mix.
37Justin Forsett30BAL42383538.316Finally broke out week 3 and should have a solid year before losing his grip on the starting job in '16.
38Shane Vereen26NYG44393338.7A flex guy in PPR leagues, but will be highly inconsistent.
39Isaiah Crowell23CLE46294841.04Solid but replaceable back. Duke is breathing down his neck and will eventually take over as the starter.
40David Cobb (R)22TEN34346042.7Missing time with an injury, hard to tell how much PT he'll get if any when he's healthy.
41Ronnie Hillman24DEN41494143.7Has been the better back or Denver so far this season, but he won't be givent he keys full-time due to injury concerns due to his size.
42Charcandrick West24KCC39415545.0
43Frank Gore32SFO37455345.0WIth Luck struggling early in the season it's holding back Gore's short-term production. He still looks solid but needs to hold onto the ball and get into the endzone more.
44Charles Sims25TBB47464245.0-4Martin is looking decent but Sims has made some plays with his limited touches. Could get a chance down the road should Martin struggle or get hurt.
45Danny Woodhead30SDC43474545.0-4He's back and producing at a high level in PPR leagues.
46Chris Johnson30ARI50483745.0-9Unexpected opportunity to be the lead guy early on this season and has looked decent. The RB situation could get ugly with Ellington coming back and David Johnson beasting w/limited touches.
47LeGarrette Blount29NEP40504645.3Deon Lewis has emerged in the Vereen role but Blount should still carry low-end RB2/Flex value all season, long-term value is shaky though.
48Jerick McKinnon23MIN45445146.7Jerrick looks to be AP's COP back.
49Jay Ajayi (R)22MIA49435448.7No real news for him, but Miller is struggling opening the door for a chance later on in the season.
50Joseph Randle24DAL52614352.0Had an amazing week 3 with 3 TDs, but many are nervous about Christine Michael looming in the background ready to get some PT. Randle should be solid this year, long-term value is the question.
51Theo Riddick24DET38407952.33Riddick has a crowded RB stable but he is a versatile back who also played slot wide receiver at Notre Dame.
52Darren McFadden28DAL53564952.7He's a JAG at this point in his career.
53Joique Bell29DET60525054.03Lingering injuries have sapped any explosiveness he had and Ameer is looking like the real deal, his days as an RB2 are all but over.
54C.J. Spiller28NOS66573954.0-6Hasn't played much and when he hasn't gottent he ball much, better days are coming.
55Tre Mason22STL57545254.3-3Strictly a high-end handcuff, hope for a trade once Gurley proves his knee is good to go after a few games.
56Cameron Artis-Payne (R)25CAR58515655.0CAP finds himself one broken ankle away from a full time 3-down role in Carolina. Awesome sleeper pick. CAP is very talented.
57Josh Robinson (R)23IND51784758.7Guy has massive upside. Gore is old. It's Indy
58Rashad Jennings30NYG59595959.0Full blown RBBC in NY, and could lose his job to Andre Williams eventually. Not much upside here.
59Andre Williams23NYG56556759.3He's on the verge of taking the starting gig from Rashaad Jennings, but will he do anything with it even if he does? That's the real question, he'd be a low-end RB2 if that happens.
60Alfred Blue26HOU55606359.3Had one solid game with Foster out, but he's strictly a backup with Foster back.
61Bishop Sankey23TEN64585759.7Had a great week 1, but nothing since. Could be a long season with a few decent games here and there while he's on most benches.
62Denard Robinson25JAX61626261.7Shoelace finds himself in the COP back role with Yeldon in the lead spot. He still has value
63Knile Davis24KCC65814463.3Could be the top handcuff int he league and could be a top-5 RB if given a full workload.
64James White23NEP54726864.78Lost out to Deon Lewis for the Vereen role, he's a JAG at this point.
65Mike Davis (R)22SFO69705865.7Has looked good with limited touches, the problem is that Hyde is a young stud who isn't going anywhere.
66Reggie Bush30SFO62716666.3Strictly a backup at this point in his career.
67James Starks29GBP67647568.7-4Has produced when given the opportunity, must have cuff for Lacy.
68KaDeem Carey23CHI73637269.33
69Darren Sproles32PHI63826469.7Still holds some flex appeal in PPR leagues.
70Lorenzo Taliaferro24BAL70687370.3Watch out for him later in the year if the Ravens are eliminated from the playoff picture, he's a big strong fast RB who could be a good NFL starter if given the chance.
71Robert Turbin26SEA68766971.0-4Now in Cleveland as the 3rd guy in the pecking order, not much to see here.
72DeAngelo Williams32PIT82736172.0Had value for the first 2 weeks with Bell suspended, has value to the Bell owners as he's proven he can still play if given a full load.
73Christine Michael25SEA75677773.0-4Could eventually get a chance at significant touches at some point in '15 to see what they have in him as he's a physical specimine who could do damage behind that OL.
74Stevan Ridley26NYJ72747674.0Still recovering from an ACL and Ivory looking great, could land a late season role once healthy if Ivory misses time.
75Bryce Brown24BUF79757074.73Bryce Brown has all the natural talent in the world but looks lost on the Buff depth chart.
76Roy Helu27OAK78856576.0The backup to a possible injury risk and the passing down specialist, holds some value.
77Branden Oliver24SDC80807177.0-3Melvin Gordon killed any hope Oliver owners had. It came as no surprise. Oliver is an average back and is perfect in a support role behind the vastly more talented Gordon
78Zac Stacy24NYJ81698377.7Stacy asked for a trade and he got one. And a good one. Bad news is, the backfield is crowed in NY.
79Montee Ball25DEN76778178.0An NFL FA at this point, he should get a shot to be a backup for someone down the road.
80Dan Herron26IND83877481.34
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