Rest of the Season Player Rankings - Running Backs: Week 9
John Tuvey
October 28, 2013
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These player rankings track a player's value for the remainder of the season.

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Jamaal Charles KCC 10
  2 Matt Forte CHI 8
  3 Adrian Peterson MIN 5
Moving Down 4 LeSean McCoy PHI 12
  5 Marshawn Lynch SEA 12
  6 Reggie Bush DET 9
  7 Frank Gore SFO 9
  8 Eddie Lacy GBP 4
  9 Ray Rice BAL 8
  10 Alfred Morris WAS 5
  11 Knowshon Moreno DEN 9
  12 Arian Foster HOU 8
  13 Darren Sproles NOS 7
  14 Ryan Mathews SDC 8
  15 Stevan Ridley NEP 10
  16 Danny Woodhead SDC 8
  17 Le'Veon Bell PIT 5
  18 Fred Jackson BUF 12
Moving Up 19 Darren McFadden OAK 7
  20 Chris Johnson TEN 8
  21 Giovani Bernard CIN 12
  22 Trent Richardson IND 10
  23 DeMarco Murray DAL 11
  24 Steven Jackson ATL 6
Moving Down 25 Chris Ivory NYJ 10
Moving Up 26 Andre Ellington ARI 9
  27 Lamar Miller MIA 6
  28 Zac Stacy STL 11
  29 DeAngelo Williams CAR 4
  30 Jacquizz Rodgers ATL 6
  31 C.J. Spiller BUF 12
  32 Mike Tolbert CAR 4
Moving Down 33 Ben Tate HOU 8
  34 Donald Brown IND 10
Moving Up 35 Shane Vereen NEP 10
  36 Pierre Thomas NOS 7
  37 Maurice Jones-Drew JAC 9
Moving Down 38 Willis McGahee CLE 10
  39 Roy Helu WAS 5
Moving Up 40 Montee Ball DEN 9
  41 BenJarvus Green-Ellis CIN 12
Moving Down 42 Mike James TBB 5
  43 Kendall Hunter SFO 9
  44 Brandon Bolden NEP 10
  45 Andre Brown NYG 9
  46 Joique Bell DET 9
  47 Rashard Mendenhall ARI 9
  48 Jonathan Stewart CAR 4
  49 Peyton Hillis NYG 9
  50 Bilal Powell NYJ 10

LeSean McCoy, EaglesMoving Down
The Philly offense sputters without Michael Vick at the helm, with McCoy's numbers taking a particularly nasty hit under Foles/Barkley.

Darren McFadden, RaidersMoving Up
The annual injury is behind him (knock on wood)--plus, like Alfred Morris with RG3 and LeSean McCoy with Vick he can benefit from a running quarterback.

Chris Ivory, JetsMoving Down
Roses are red/violets are blue/the Jets' offense is schizophrenic/and so are Ivory's carries.

Andre Ellington, CardinalsMoving Up
Bruce Arians has resisted giving him a big workload, but he's simply too talented to be kept down. And even in a job share he'll do plenty with half the touches.

Ben Tate, TexansMoving Down
Says he's going to play through four broken ribs. Not optimistic that's going to work out so well for him.

Shane Vereen, PatriotsMoving Up
Bill Belichick says he's day to day, and it's still a couple weeks before he can actually return. Grab him now, he's going to hit the ground running--literally.

Willis McGahee, BrownsMoving Down
Now he's losing touches to something called Fozzy, plus he wasn't particularly effective with the ones he was getting.

Montee Ball, BroncosMoving Up
The Broncos have kicked Ronnie Hillman out of the mix; so long as Ball can hang onto the... uh, ball, he can hang on to the junior share of this RBBC.

Mike James, BuccaneersMoving Down
Just because you get the carries doesn't mean you have fantasy value.

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