I was a little surprised when the dust settled and Marhawn Lynch was king of the hill. He’ll take a seat to Antonio Brown in PPR, but only Brown. He has some impressive totals this week against a weak Oakland defense who should let him run and receive his way to one of the best [...]
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We have a lot to cover in the running back ranks this week. Mark Ingram has a juicy matchup and Pierre Thomas and Khiry Robinson will likely be out again so the workload is all his.
Well, the PPR projctions are in and done. They seem a little top-heavy. But the Giants, Colts, Dolphins and Falcons are all excellent matchups for pass-catching backs going up against four of this season’s most productive running backs, DeMarco Murray, Giovani Bernard, Matt Forte and Justin Forsett.
Our new Las Vegas factor vaulted Le’Veon Bell near the top of our rankings this week. Houston hasn’t been great against the run, but they have moved into the bottom 10 for receiving running backs, so Bell’s reception numbers may need to be dialed down a bit.
The boom-or-bust PPR flex projections are probably one of my favorite things each week. I love to see how the players from the three main flex positions (running back, wide receiver and tight end) line up with each other.
As usual there’s some upheaval at the top of the running back rankings when we go from standard to PPR. Guys like Fred Jackson and Darren Sproles jump up while Andre Williams and Marshawn Lynch tumble.