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Rest Of Season Player Rankings - Running Backs: Week 10
John Tuvey
November 8, 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 LeSean McCoy PHI 7
  2 Matt Forte CHI 8
  3 Adrian Peterson MIN 9
  4 Arian Foster HOU 11
  5 Ray Rice BAL 5
  6 Michael Turner ATL 8
  7 Fred Jackson BUF 7
  8 Frank Gore SFO 7
  9 Steven Jackson STL 5
  10 Maurice Jones-Drew JAC 9
  11 Ahmad Bradshaw NYG 7
  12 Ryan Mathews SDC 6
  13 DeMarco Murray DAL 5
  14 Darren Sproles NOS 11
  15 LeGarrette Blount TBB 8
  16 Michael Bush OAK 8
Moving Up 17 Chris Johnson TEN 6
Moving Down 18 Darren McFadden OAK 8
  19 Rashard Mendenhall PIT 11
  20 Shonn Greene NYJ 8
  21 Cedric Benson CIN 7
  22 Chris Wells ARI 6
  23 Marshawn Lynch SEA 6
  24 Mike Tolbert SDC 6
  25 Jackie Battle KCC 6
  26 Reggie Bush MIA 5
  27 Jonathan Stewart CAR 9
  28 James Starks GBP 8
  29 BenJarvus Green-Ellis NEP 7
Moving Up 30 Willis McGahee DEN 6
  31 Brandon Jacobs NYG 7
Moving Up 32 Ben Tate HOU 11
  33 Pierre Thomas NOS 11
  34 Marion Barber CHI 8
Moving Up 35 Roy Helu WAS 5
  36 LaDainian Tomlinson NYJ 8
  37 Mark Ingram NOS 11
  38 Jahvid Best DET 9
Moving Down 39 Daniel Thomas MIA 5
  40 Maurice Morris DET 9
  41 Donald Brown IND 11
  42 DeAngelo Williams CAR 9
  43 Dexter McCluster KCC 6
  44 Chris Ogbonnaya CLE 5
  45 Javon Ringer TEN 6
Moving Down 46 Peyton Hillis CLE 5
  47 Delone Carter IND 11
Moving Up 48 Jaquizz Rodgers ATL 9
  49 Joseph Addai IND 11
  50 Felix Jones DAL 5
  51 Kevin Faulk NEP 7
  52 Bernard Scott CIN 7
  53 Knowshon Moreno DEN 6
  54 Ryan Grant GBP 8
  55 Carnell Williams STL 5
  56 Ryan Torain WAS 5
  57 Taiwan Jones OAK 8
  58 Keiland Williams DET 9
  59 Curtis Brinkley SDC 6
  60 Alfonso Smith ARI 6

Chris Johnson, TitansMoving Up
He's ba-ack! Well, kind of; at least he looked adequate against the Bengals. Tennessee's schedule is quite running-back friendly the rest of the way, so if you've suffered with CJ this long maybe there's at least a pot of skittles at the end of the rainbow.

Darren McFadden, RaidersMoving Down
This will make two games missed, and no word on when he'll return to the field. Meanwhile, Michael Bush looks pretty doggone good.

Willis McGahee, BroncosMoving Up
A surprise beneficiary of Tim Tebow's rushing prowess, McGahee has found new fantasy life in Denver's read option--at least until some defensive end ruins Tebow.

Ben Tate, TexansMoving Up
More than just a handcuff or hamstring insurance, Tate has become a viable fantasy 1B to Arian Foster's 1A.

Roy Helu, RedskinsMoving Up
Did you have Helu in the Shanahanigans RB Lotto? If so, your PPR multiplier made you a very rich individual. There's no reason he shouldn't keep the job the rest of the way--except, of course, Mike Freakin' Shanahan.

Daniel Thomas, Dolphins Moving Down
By the time he finally made it back from his hamstring injury, Reggie Bush had learned to run between the tackles and taken his job. Of course, his stock will U-turn when Bush suffers the inevitable injury.

Peyton Hillis, BrownsMoving Down
Has anything gone right this year? About the only good news is that job vulture Montario Hardesty couldn't stay healthy himself and Chris Ogbonnaya hasn't exactly carped the diem. Then again, he gets the Rams this week...

Jacquizz Rodgers, FalconsMoving Up
Those weren't garbage-time carries, folks; Rodgers very nearly scored Atlanta's first touchdown and with Jason Snelling playing fullback is getting some change of pace work. Worth a look in deeper leagues..

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