Fantasy football running back rankings for Week 14

For some, this is the first week of fantasy playoffs, for others, a last chance to clinch a playoff spot. Either way, Week 14 is typically one of the most stressful and important weeks for fantasy owners.

In an attempt to help you out, here are my personal Week 14 RB rankings from a fantasy standpoint. Want to debate the order or have a start-sit question? I’d love to hear your comments below or on our interactive forums.

  1. Peyton Hillis at BUF
  2. Michael Turner at CAR
  3. Ray Rice at HOU
  4. Knowshon Moreno at ARI
  5. Maurice Jones-Drew vs. OAK
  6. Arian Foster vs. BAL
  7. Adrian Peterson vs. NYG
  8. LeSean McCoy at DAL
  9. Rashard Mendenhall vs. CIN
  10. Steven Jackson at NO
  11. Darren McFadden at JAX
  12. James Starks at DET
  13. Jamaal Charles at SD
  14. Matt Forte vs. NE
  15. Mike Tolbert vs. KC
  16. Ahmad Bradshaw at MIN
  17. Fred Jackson vs. CLE
  18. Pierre Thomas vs. STL
  19. LeGarrette Blount at WAS
  20. Jonathan Stewart vs. ATL
  21. BenJarvus Green-Ellis at CHI
  22. Felix Jones vs. PHI
  23. Marshawn Lynch at SF
  24. Brandon Jacobs at MIN
  25. Tashard Choice vs. PHI
  26. Shonn Green vs. MIA
  27. Brian Westbrook vs. SEA
  28. Danny Woodhead at CHI
  29. Cedric Benson at PIT
  30. Tim Hightower vs. DEN
  31. Chris Ivory vs. STL
  32. Brandon Jackson at DET
  33. Michael Bush at JAX
  34. LaDanian Tomlinson vs. MIA
  35. Thomas Jones at SD
  36. Ronnie Brown at NYJ

* Players from the Colts-Titans Thursday night game were not included in this list.

2 Responses to “Fantasy football running back rankings for Week 14”


  1. Christian Schwarz

    Do you think Jamal Charles will have another dminating performance at SD? Also how do you think ahamad bradshaw will finish out the season, i think after his huge performance against washington (nearly 100 yards and 2 tds) with brandon jacobs having a dominant performance as well (100+ Yards and 2 tds) he will continue to progress
    back into his starting role. I think brandon jacobs is to much of a 3rd down back hes got the size, but we can see that jacobs is capable of dominating defenses and making plays of a starting runningback’s capabilitites

  2. Josh

    Im not sure i agree with Flex being ahead of Choice. Especially after the big game last week and them playing a poor eagles run D.