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Rest of the Season Player Rankings - Running Backs: Week 4
John Tuvey
September 23, 2013
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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 Adrian Peterson MIN 5
  2 LeSean McCoy PHI 12
  3 Doug Martin TBB 5
  4 Jamaal Charles KCC 10
  5 Marshawn Lynch SEA 12
  6 Matt Forte CHI 8
  7 Arian Foster HOU 8
  8 Alfred Morris WAS 5
  9 C.J. Spiller BUF 12
  10 Trent Richardson IND 10
Moving Up 11 DeMarco Murray DAL 11
  12 Reggie Bush DET 9
  13 Darren McFadden OAK 7
  14 Steven Jackson ATL 6
  15 Ray Rice BAL 8
  16 Chris Johnson TEN 8
  17 Darren Sproles NOS 7
  18 DeAngelo Williams CAR 4
  19 Frank Gore SFO 9
  20 Knowshon Moreno DEN 9
  21 Stevan Ridley NEP 10
Moving Up 22 Bilal Powell NYJ 10
Moving Up 23 Giovani Bernard CIN 12
  24 Ryan Mathews SDC 8
Moving Up 25 Joique Bell DET 9
  26 Eddie Lacy GBP 4
  27 Lamar Miller MIA 6
  28 David Wilson NYG 9
  29 BenJarvus Green-Ellis CIN 12
  30 Fred Jackson BUF 12
  31 Maurice Jones-Drew JAC 9
Moving Down 32 Daryl Richardson STL 11
  33 Ben Tate HOU 8
  34 Bernard Pierce BAL 8
Moving Down 35 Ahmad Bradshaw IND 8
  36 Rashard Mendenhall ARI 9
Moving Up 37 Brandon Bolden NEP 10
  38 Jason Snelling ATL 6
  39 Montee Ball DEN 9
  40 Pierre Thomas NOS 7
  41 Kendall Hunter SFO 9
  42 Le'Veon Bell PIT 5
  43 Jonathan Franklin GBP 4
  44 Andre Ellington ARI 9
  45 Bryce Brown PHI 12
  46 Danny Woodhead SDC 8
  47 Brandon Jacobs NYG 9
Moving Down 48 Chris Ivory NYJ 10
  49 Shane Vereen NEP 10
  50 Isaiah Pead STL 11

DeMarco Murray, CowboysMoving Up
Running as well as he ever has, and being used like the passing game weapon we thought he was coming out of college. Just... please stay healthy.

Bilal Powell, JetsMoving Up
He's taken over as the volume back in New York, a role Shonn Greene turned into consistent fantasy productivity last year. It ain't pretty, but it works.

Giovani Bernard, BengalsMoving Up
The opposite of "it ain't pretty", Bernard continues to carve out a larger role in the Cincy offense. He's reached a 50/50 split; is there more in store?

Joique Bell, LionsMoving Up
Bell looked comfortable stepping into Reggie Bush's role in Week 3. He'll return to the job share for now, but given Reggie's track record it won't be long until Joique is the feature guy once again.

Daryl Richardson, RamsMoving Down
This foot injury isn't going away, and it's not like Richardson did anything to convince the Rams they should hold his spot for him while he's out.

Ahmad Bradshaw, ColtsMoving Down
Still has a role in Indy, but now it's at best as a junior partner in a Trent Richardson-led committee. And there's still the injury risk.

Brandon Bolden, PatriotsMoving Up
Showed some versatility in Week 3, plus he doesn't have a reputation for fumbling like Stevan Ridley does. Looks like Bill Belichick will extend that string of not having a back-to-back 1,000-yard rusher.

Chris Ivory, JetsMoving Down
Can't seem to get out of his own way. Now this hamstring injury is threatening to linger all year, while Bilal Powell threatens to take Ivory's sleeper gig and run with it.

 



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