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Rest Of Season Player Rankings - Running Backs: Week 6
John Tuvey
October 11, 2011

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These player rankings track a player's value for the remainder of the season.

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Ray Rice BAL 5
  2 Darren McFadden OAK 8
  3 Adrian Peterson MIN 9
  4 LeSean McCoy PHI 7
  5 Matt Forte CHI 8
  6 Fred Jackson BUF 7
  7 Arian Foster HOU 11
  8 Ryan Mathews SDC 6
  9 Michael Turner ATL 8
  10 Maurice Jones-Drew JAC 9
  11 Chris Johnson TEN 6
  12 Jahvid Best DET 9
  13 Ahmad Bradshaw NYG 7
  14 Daniel Thomas MIA 5
Moving Up 15 Chris Wells ARI 6
  16 Frank Gore SFO 7
  17 Darren Sproles NOS 11
  18 Peyton Hillis CLE 5
  19 Steven Jackson STL 5
  20 Rashard Mendenhall PIT 11
  21 Felix Jones DAL 5
Moving Down 22 LeGarrette Blount TBB 8
  23 Shonn Greene NYJ 8
  24 Cedric Benson CIN 7
Moving Up 25 BenJarvus Green-Ellis NEP 7
  26 Mark Ingram NOS 11
  27 Willis McGahee DEN 6
  28 Ryan Torain WAS 5
  29 Tim Hightower WAS 5
  30 Mike Tolbert SDC 6
  31 Marshawn Lynch SEA 6
  32 James Starks GBP 8
Moving Down 33 Brandon Jacobs NYG 7
  34 Michael Bush OAK 8
Moving Down 35 Joseph Addai IND 11
Moving Up 36 DeAngelo Williams CAR 9
  37 LaDainian Tomlinson NYJ 8
  38 Jonathan Stewart CAR 9
  39 Earnest Graham TBB 8
Moving Up 40 Jackie Battle KCC 6
  41 Steven Ridley NEP 7
  42 Ryan Grant GBP 8
  43 Kendall Hunter SFO 7
  44 Pierre Thomas NOS 11
  45 Bernard Scott CIN 7
  46 Reggie Bush MIA 5
  47 Delone Carter IND 11
  48 C.J. Spiller BUF 7
  49 Ben Tate HOU 11
  50 Isaac Redman PIT 11
  51 Dexter McCluster KCC 6
  52 Danny Woodhead NEP 7
  53 Jonathan Dwyer PIT 11
  54 Thomas Jones KCC 6
Moving Down 55 Knowshon Moreno DEN 6
  56 Montario Hardesty CLE 5
  57 Carnell Williams STL 5
  58 Roy Helu WAS 5
  59 Keiland Williams DET 9
  60 Jacquizz Rodgers ATL 9

Chris Wells, Cardinals Moving Up
The schedule gets tougher, but Wells keeps finding the end zone and has put up fantasy helpers against two straight good run defenses.

LeGarrette Blount, BuccaneersMoving Down
Blount left the Bucs' blowout loss to San Francisco with a knee injury and is in jeopardy of missing this week's game.

BenJarvus Green-Ellis, PatriotsMoving Up
Just when everyone was ready to anoint Stevan Ridley as the second coming of Sam "Bam" Cunningham, Law Firm answers with a career-best 136 yards and his fifth touchdown in as many games.

Brandon Jacobs, GiantsMoving Down
While Jacobs recovers from a mild knee sprain, the Giants are morphing into a passing team; that's going to cost him snaps.

Joseph Addai, ColtsMoving Down
The good news is, Addai said he didn't feel his hamstring tear in the loss to Kansas City. The bad news is just about everything else--specifically, the continuing struggles of the Indy offense and the lingering presence of Delone Carter and Donald Brown.

DeAngelo Williams, PanthersMoving Up
As long as he keeps breaking off long touchdown runs, Williams will be a fantasy helper. And his yards-per-carry average suggests he should keep getting opportunities to do so.

Jackie Battle, ChiefsMoving Up
Thomas Jones looked competent against the soft Colts' run D, but that didn't stop Todd Haley from going to the bullpen for Battle. The matchups won't be quite as fantasy friendly going forward, but it looks as though Battle will be getting touches.

Knowshon Moreno, BroncosMoving Down
Yes, he scored last week; if you can sell high based on that you shoudl do so. Moreno didn't get a single carry in the game (his TD came on a screen pass), and with Tim Tebow taking snaps his chances of meaningful carries takes a hit as well. 


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