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Rest of the Season Player Rankings - Running Backs: Week 5
John Tuvey
October 1, 2012
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These player rankings track a player's value for the remainder of the season.

RUNNING BACKS
Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Arian Foster HOU 8
  2 Ray Rice BAL 8
  3 LeSean McCoy PHI 7
  4 Adrian Peterson MIN 11
  5 Marshawn Lynch SEA 11
  6 Maurice Jones-Drew JAC 6
Moving Up 7 Trent Richardson CLE 10
  8 DeMarco Murray DAL 5
  9 Frank Gore SFO 9
Moving Down 10 Darren McFadden OAK 5
  11 Jamaal Charles KCC 7
  12 BenJarvus Green-Ellis CIN 8
  13 Alfred Morris WAS 10
  14 Stevan Ridley NEP 9
  15 Reggie Bush MIA 7
Moving Down 16 Ryan Mathews SDC 7
  17 Darren Sproles NOS 6
  18 Willis McGahee DEN 7
  19 Michael Turner ATL 7
Moving Down 20 Doug Martin TBB 5
  21 Steven Jackson STL 9
  22 C.J. Spiller BUF 8
  23 Matt Forte CHI 6
  24 Fred Jackson BUF 8
  25 Chris Johnson TEN 11
  26 Ahmad Bradshaw NYG 11
  27 Cedric Benson GBP 10
  28 DeAngelo Williams CAR 6
  29 Michael Bush CHI 6
  30 Jacquizz Rodgers ATL 7
  31 Mikel Leshoure DET 5
  32 Jonathan Stewart CAR 6
  33 Ben Tate HOU 8
  34 Andre Brown NYG 11
  35 Ryan Williams ARI 10
  36 Kendall Hunter SFO 9
  37 Rashard Mendenhall PIT 4
  38 Donald Brown IND 4
  39 Bilal Powell NYJ 9
Moving Up 40 Brandon Bolden NEP 9
  41 Shonn Greene NYJ 9
  42 Pierre Thomas NOS 6
  43 Danny Woodhead NEP 9
  44 Joique Bell DET 5
Moving Up 45 Bryce Brown PHI 7
  46 Jackie Battle SDC 7
  47 Daryl Richardson STL 9
  48 Jonathan Dwyer PIT 4
  49 Shaun Draught KCC 7
  50 Daniel Thomas MIA 7
  51 Mike Goodson OAK 5
  52 LeGarrette Blount TBB 5
  53 Isaac Redman PIT 4
  54 Ronnie Hillman DEN 7
  55 Marcel Reese OAK 5
  56 Evan Royster WAS 10
  57 Toby Gerhart MIN 11
  58 Peyton Hillis KCC 7
  59 Jovorski Lane MIA 7
  60 Mark Ingram NOS 6

Trent Richardson, BrownsMoving Up
The rookie demonstrated traits of matchup-proofness with a touchdown against the Ravens. He's all the Browns have offensively, so touches will not be a concern.

Darren McFadden, RaidersMoving Down
The good news is, thus far McFadden has managed to stay healthy. The bad news is, aside from one breakaway run he's been shockingly pedestrian.

Ryan Mathews, ChargersMoving Down
Not being all the way back from his busted collarbone, that's understandable. Heck, we even get losing touches due to lack of ball security. But... Jackie Battle? Really?

Doug Martin, BuccaneersMoving Down
Martin was slated to be the focal point of the Bucs' revamped offense. Instead, he's been largely ordinary and lost goal line carries to LeGarrette Blount last week.

Brandon Bolden, PatriotsMoving Up
Belichicking is the new Shanahanning. As in, "Man, Stevan Ridley was running great--and then I got Belichicked by Brandon Bolden!" On the bright side, you can safely cut Shane Vereen.

Bryce Brown, EaglesMoving Up
Brown is getting about half of Philly's goal line carries. If it were any coach other than Andy Reid we'd wonder, but he does inexplicable strange stuff all the time.

 



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