2013 Fantasy Football Rankings: Running Backs 21-40




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2013 Fantasy Football Rankings - Running Backs (Sept. 4):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-40 | 41-60 | 61-75


  1. Darren McFadden, RB, Raiders. Bye: 7.
    AUG. 17 UPDATE: Darren McFadden rushed for 17 yards on five carries at New Orleans. He was stuffed on a 4th-and-1 on the opening drive. As I wrote last week, it's impossible to tell if McFadden has explosion or not because his offensive line can't open up any holes for him. He's just going to suffer an injury anyway, so do yourself a favor and stay away from him.

    AUG. 14 UPDATE: The Raiders just lost left tackle Jared Veldheer for the year (or at least most of it) because of torn triceps. It's a huge blow for the Raiders' entire offense, as Veldheer was the team's top pass-protector and run-blocker. Darren McFadden will obviously be affected by Veldheer's absence.

    It's not a matter of if Darren McFadden will get injured; it's a matter of when. He's missed at least three games in each of his five NFL seasons and has been banged up for many others. McFadden will be in a blocking scheme better suited for his skill set in 2013, but he looked done last year. He's still young enough to rebound, but you can't trust him.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 870 rushing yards. 39 catches. 300 receiving yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 157.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 196.

  2. Ryan Mathews, RB, Chargers. Bye: 8.
    AUG. 25 UPDATE: Ryan Mathews continued to have a strong exhibition campaign. He rushed for 57 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries, though he did fumble while trying to leap into the end zone at the end of the first half. Mathews has been running very hard all summer. If he can stay healthy - a big if - he'll be a strong RB2.

    AUG. 16 UPDATE: I can't believe I'm saying this, but Ryan Mathews looked good in his second exhibition contest. He ran hard and tallied 45 yards on just nine carries. Mathews will eventually miss time with an injury, but if, by miracle, he can manage to stay healthy, he can definitely be a top-15 fantasy running back.

    AUG. 9 UPDATE: Ryan Mathews actually looked pretty good in his preseason debut. With the offensive line blowing open quality holes, Mathews gained 19 yards on three carries. His most eventful attempt was a 9-yard burst on a 4th-and-1 in which he leapt over the pile and had the awareness to get up because he knew he wasn't touched. Mathews still should be avoided because he's terribly fragile, but he'll get a stock-up arrow because of how well the front line blocked.

    AUG. 3 UPDATE: The Chargers seem to be preparing to use a committee approach that isn't very reliant on Ryan Mathews, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune. This isn't much of a surprise because Mathews stinks.

    Stud guard Louis Vasquez is gone. So is Jared Gaither, but the Chargers drafted D.J. Fluker, who should be a monstrous blocker on the right side. Of course, that's all largely irrelevant for Ryan Mathews, who needs to concentrate on staying healthy. He hasn't been able to do that whatsoever.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 890 rushing yards. 31 catches. 210 receiving yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 157.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 188.

  3. Ahmad Bradshaw, RB, Colts. Bye: 8.
    JUNE 19 UPDATE: Multiple sources expect Ahmad Bradshaw to be Indianapolis' starting running back. Given the glaring lack of talent at running back this season, Bradshaw is an RB2.

    Ahmad Bradshaw signed a 1-year deal with Indianapolis to be its third-down and goal-line back. Bradshaw will be a decent RB3 option in PPR and touchdown formats.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 910 rushing yards. 28 catches. 230 receiving yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 156.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 184.



  4. DeMarco Murray, RB, Cowboys. Bye: 11.
    MAY 22 UPDATE: DeMarco Murray suffered an injury as well. It wasn't as bad as Michael Crabtree's; it was just a hamstring tweak. However, soft-tissue injuries tend to linger, and this is yet another reminder of how fragile Dallas' starting running back is.

    DeMarco Murray's yards-per-carry average dropped from 5.5 (2011) to 4.1 (2012) because Jerry Jones did a great job of downgrading the offensive line the previous offseason. The only upgrade Dallas made up front this spring was drafting Travis Frederick, but he's not even that good. Murray will continue to find holes to run through, and he'll most likely suffer another injury. Murray has missed nine games in the past two seasons.

    Follow @walterfootball for updates.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 900 rushing yards. 38 catches. 290 receiving yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 155.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 193.

  5. Giovani Bernard, RB, Bengals. Bye: 12.
    AUG. 30 UPDATE: BenJarvus Green-Ellis was given the first two carries in the preseason finale, and then he gave way to Giovani Bernard, who looked great. Bernard gained 12 yards and a touchdown on four carries to go along with a 16-yard reception. The one thing of note is that Bernard successfully converted a goal-line opportunity.

    AUG. 26 UPDATE: Giovani Bernard, who was on the field on the first drive at Dallas, was much more impressive than his plodding teammate. He registered 39 yards on six carries to go along with two catches for 17 receiving yards. Bernard, who made an unbelievable juke to dodge J.J. Wilcox in the third quarter, is second on the depth chart, but that won't be the case for very long.

    AUG. 19 UPDATE: BenJarvus Green-Ellis sat out the second preseason game, giving Giovani Bernard the start. Bernard was very impressive, gaining 37 yards on just seven carries. He also converted at the goal line with a 1-yard touchdown plunge. His best play came when he showed nice hands on a high pass and then used his great speed to sprint 22 yards down the sideline. Bernard is very talented, so the Bengals won't be able to keep him on their bench for long. He's an RB3/flex with definite RB2 potential, especially in PPR leagues.

    AUG. 9 UPDATE: Giovani Bernard had a mixed preseason debut. He gained 28 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries, as he wasn't too impressive running in between the tackles. However, he converted the score in short yardage and looked good running outside. He also caught three balls for 16 yards. He slipped on his long reception (16 yards), falling four yards short of the first-down marker on third-and-long. It's worth noting that all of Bernard's touches came when BenJarvus Green-Ellis exited the game for good. It appears as though the Law Firm is entrenched as the team's starter, so Bernard's playing time will have to increase as the season progresses.

    The Bengals drafted Giovani Bernard before any other running back because they like his ability to catch the ball out of the backfield and play on third down. Bernard has Doug Martin potential for this reason, but the problem is that BenJarvus Green-Ellis will be around to take carries, especially those near the goal line.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 720 rushing yards. 36 catches. 310 receiving yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 148.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 184.

  6. Lamar Miller, RB, Dolphins. Bye: 6.
    AUG. 26 UPDATE: Lamar Miller started the fourth preseason game, but he and Daniel Thomas shared about the same amount of carries. However, Miller outplayed Thomas by a wide margin. Whereas Thomas gained just three yards on seven carries, Miller totaled 35 yards on eight attempts. What's even more important is that Miller did a great job of picking up the blitz. I'm not sure what Miami's obsession with Thomas is all about, but there's no doubt that Miller is the better player.

    AUG. 21 UPDATE: Daniel Thomas had more first-team reps than Lamar Miller in Monday's practice. Offensive coordinator Mike Sherman called the competition "neck and neck." Miller has done nothing to separate himself from Thomas.

    Reggie Bush is gone, so Miami's running back job is completely Lamar Miller's. There's no one to really challenge him; Mike Gillislee is just a rookie, while Daniel Thomas is hated by the coaching staff. Miller could hit the 1,000-yard rushing mark this season.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 970 rushing yards. 25 catches. 210 receiving yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 148.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 173.



  7. Ben Tate, RB, Texans. Bye: 8.
    AUG. 26 UPDATE: Arian Foster was out again, allowing Ben Tate to shine against the Saints. Tate showed some nifty moves and broke numerous tackles, gaining 74 yards and a touchdown on just 11 carries. With Foster due for a decline in touches, Tate is poised to break out. Tate struggled with injuries last year, but now looks completely healthy. He's worth drafting in the eighth round or so.

    AUG. 19 UPDATE: Arian Foster continues to miss action with multiple injuries, allowing Ben Tate to start the second preseason game. Tate gained 12 yards on four carries. What's important though is that Matt Schaub targeted him twice on three drives. He hauled in both passes for nine yards.

    MAY 29 UPDATE: Arian Foster is out until training camp with a calf injury. This will give Ben Tate a chance to shine in OTAs. Tate didn't do much last year because he was hurt, so this means that he could be a value pick later in your fantasy draft.

    Ben Tate didn't do much last year because of nagging injuries, so that could give him some value this season. Remember, Arian Foster led the NFL in carries last year, so Houston will have to give Tate more work.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 790 rushing yards. 20 catches. 160 receiving yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 147.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 167.

  8. Shane Vereen, RB, Patriots. Bye: 10.
    AUG. 6 UPDATE: Peter King is the latest NFL analyst to suggest that Shane Vereen will be heavily involved in New England's offense. Vereen has been lining up at multiple positions, and Bill Belichick is going to do everything possible to get Vereen in mismatches. Make sure you get this guy on to your team.

    JULY 22 UPDATE: Rob Gronkowski will eventually return to the lineup, but Aaron Hernandez is gone for good. Someone will have to take his targets. Fantasy owners believe that someone will be Aaron Dobson or Jake Ballard, but it's likely to be Shane Vereen. The Patriots have been lining up Vereen at wideout during OTAs and clearly have big plans for him. He could be used sort of like Randall Cobb in Green Bay. If Vereen is available in the late fifth or sixth round of your fantasy draft, make sure you grab him.

    I expect Stevan Ridley to be the Patriots' primary back, but who knows with Bill Belichick? Shane Vereen will definitely have a larger role in the offense this year with Danny Woodhead gone.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 650 rushing yards. 48 catches. 410 receiving yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 146.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 194.

  9. Montee Ball, RB, Broncos. Bye: 9.
    AUG. 25 UPDATE: Montee Ball saw most of the action once Ronnie Hillman was benched for fumbling against the Rams. He had some nice runs, mustering 43 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries. However, he dropped a ball in the red zone, and it's clear that John Fox still doesn't trust him in pass protection because Knowshon Moreno played on third downs. Ball will be in some sort of time share.

    AUG. 18 UPDATE: Montee Ball may have officially passed Ronnie Hillman, though it didn't have anything to do with how they ran against the Seahawks. Hillman (13 carries, 34 yards) fumbled twice. Ball then took over exclusively, mustering 28 yards on just six attempts. He screwed up as well, failing to pick up a blitzer and was consequently responsible for Manning getting drilled. But with Hillman in the doghouse and Knowshon Moreno nursing a knee injury, Ball appears to be the favorite for the starting job now. I'm still not sold on him, however, because he's not very good and is being overdrafted.

    AUG. 9 UPDATE: I'm giving Montee Ball a down arrow. It's not his fault that he had a terrible stat line against the 49ers (5 carries, 9 yards), but he did nothing to separate himself from Ronnie Hillman.

    JULY 20 UPDATE: DenverBroncos.com says that the team will likely feature a running back by committee, pointing out that John Fox has always enjoyed utilizing a platoon. This makes a ton of sense, as Fox isn't going to completely trust Montee Ball, who is being completely overdrafted right now.

    Montee Ball deserves an obvious stock up in the wake of Willis McGahee's release, but this all but ensures that he will be overdrafted in most leagues. John Fox won't give the majority of the touches to a rookie - at least not right away - and Ball isn't that talented to begin with. Let someone else reach for him.

    Follow @walterfootball for updates.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 760 rushing yards. 8 catches. 50 receiving yards. 8 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 144.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 152.

  10. Darren Sproles, RB, Saints. Bye: 7.
    Darren Sproles is a PPR monster. He amazingly had nearly as many receptions (86) as carries (87) in 2011. His reception total in 2012 (75) was way more than his rushing attempts (48). There's no reason to think that will change, especially with Devery Henderson gone. It's also worth noting that Sproles has missed only four games since 2007, so he's durable despite his small frame.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 280 rushing yards. 79 catches. 730 receiving yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 143.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 222.



  11. Mark Ingram, RB, Saints. Bye: 7.
    AUG. 30 UPDATE: Mark Ingram was the first running back to see the field in the preseason finale, and he ran well, gaining 49 yards and a touchdown on nine carries. The encouraging thing is that he played ahead of Pierre Thomas, who had just four yards on two attempts.

    AUG. 17 UPDATE: Mark Ingram rushed for 30 yards and a touchdown on nine carries to go along with an 11-yard reception against the Raiders. Ingram looks a lot quicker than he was last year. He's finally healthy, though that can change very quickly.

    Mark Ingram has been a complete waste of two draft picks thus far. He can't be on the field on passing downs, and he's not even good at running the ball, as evidenced by his lackluster 3.9 YPC. Perhaps he'll finally develop in his third season, but I wouldn't bet on it.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 750 rushing yards. 9 catches. 50 receiving yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 127.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 136.

  12. Knowshon Moreno, RB, Broncos. Bye: 9.
    AUG. 29 UPDATE: More good news for those who were wise enough to grab Knowshon Moreno toward the end of their drafts. ESPN reported Wednesday that Moreno has been receiving "premium snaps with the starters of late." Moreno is the most reliable of all the Denver running backs, so he'll get all of the important touches.

    AUG. 26 UPDATE: The Denver Post suggested today that Knowshon Moreno will move up the depth chart soon. Rotoworld, meanwhile suggested that Moreno is worth a late-round flier. Moreno has been on the fantasy football sleepers list on this Web site since May, so I'd obviously still recommend taking him in Rounds 11-13.

    AUG. 25 UPDATE: Knowshon Moreno didn't see the field in the preseason dress rehearsal until the middle of the second quarter. He played on third downs after Ronnie Hillman was benched for fumbling. He fared well in pass protection, as usual, and he gained 33 yards on five carries. He ran with fire, as he looked like he wanted to prove that he deserves to be the starting running back. Moreno is the most reliable back on Denver's roster, so he'll get his touches.

    AUG. 20 UPDATE: Knowshon Moreno returned to practice Monday. This is notable because the two players ahead of him on the depth chart struggled in the second preseason game. I'd draft "Slowshon" in Rounds 12-14 just in case. If healthy, he's the most reliable running back on the roster, and it's not even close.

    AUG. 18 UPDATE: Knowshon Moreno missed practice all week with a knee bruise. With both Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman messing up against the Seahawks, Moreno missed a golden opportunity to seize the starting job. Injuries have always been a problem for him, however, so this is obviously not a surprise.

    Willis McGahee being released means there's a better chance that Knowshon Moreno will make the roster. If that happens, he'll be the favorite to receive most of the touches, given John Fox's infatuation with using veteran running backs.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 620 rushing yards. 25 catches. 190 receiving yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 126.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 151.



  13. Danny Woodhead, RB, Chargers. Bye: 8.
    AUG. 3 UPDATE: Danny Woodhead is "already showing signs in camp of being a go-to guy for [Philip] Rivers," according to the San Diego Union-Tribune. Ryan Mathews, conversely, is being phased out.

    Danny Woodhead is just PPR depth, thanks to his 40 receptions in 2012. He scored seven touchdowns last season, but that was a major fluke. He may not even get half of that in 2013.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 480 rushing yards. 55 catches. 480 receiving yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 125.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 180.

  14. Fred Jackson, RB, Bills. Bye: 12.
    Fred Jackson fractured his fibula in 2011. He sprained his LCL and MCL in 2012. He's now 32, and C.J. Spiller is there to take the majority of the touches. Oh, and to make matters worse, E.J. Manuel will steal rushing touchdowns.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 650 rushing yards. 30 catches. 250 receiving yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 124.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 154.

  15. BenJarvus Green-Ellis, RB, Bengals. Bye: 12.
    BenJarvus Green-Ellis served as a quality RB2 last year, rushing for 1,094 yards and six touchdowns. The Bengals drafted Giovani Bernard in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft, so the Law Firm will see his reception total decrease (22). However, Green-Ellis will operate as the primary back until the coaching staff has confidence in Bernard.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 800 rushing yards. 14 catches. 70 receiving yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 123.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 137.

  16. Bernard Pierce, RB, Ravens. Bye: 8.
    AUG. 9 UPDATE: Bernard Pierce received a bunch of touches when Ray Rice exited the preseason opener following three carries (seven yards) and an 11-yard reception. Pierce looked good; he gained 21 yards and a touchdown on three attempts, but he clutched his knee in pain and limped off the field following the score. He did not return after that. If there's some bad news, I'll have an update for you later.

    Bernard Pierce is a very valuable backup fantasy running back to own. Not only is he a borderline RB1 upon a Ray Rice injury; he can also be used as a flex if you're in a bind as long as the Ravens are playing a weak opponent. Baltimore gave Pierce an increased role at the end of last season to preserve Rice.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 620 rushing yards. 14 catches. 100 receiving yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 121.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 135.

  17. DeAngelo Williams, RB, Panthers. Bye: 4.
    DeAngelo Williams came out of nowhere to rush for 210 yards and two touchdowns in the season finale against the Saints. Don't expect that to continue. Williams is part of a committee. He's injury-prone. He doesn't catch many passes. Oh, and he loses goal-line touches to Cam Newton and Mike Tolbert.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 750 rushing yards. 12 catches. 100 receiving yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 121.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 133.

  18. Le'Veon Bell, RB, Steelers. Bye: 5.
    SEPT. 3 UPDATE: Le'Veon Bell expects himself to be back in Week 2. This might be typical player arrogance, but it's enough to bump him up my fantasy rankings.

    AUG. 21 UPDATE: Yet more injury news for Le'Veon Bell, who now has a Lisfranc injury. There's no official timetable for his recovery, but it's looking like the best-case scenario would have him return after Pittsburgh's Week 5 bye. And even then, the coaching staff may not trust Bell at all. Stay away from him in your fantasy drafts.

    AUG. 20 UPDATE: Le'Veon Bell made his debut against Washington. Bell started off well with a 4-yard gain. He was given the ball four times on the first four plays, though he was able to muster just nine yards on those carries. He played on third down, but suffered a foot injury and had to leave the game. Bell, who looked like a typical Big Ten plodder, is starting to really worry me with these constant injuries.

    JULY 29 UPDATE: Le'Veon Bell was used in most of the first-team reps in Monday's practice. He's being drafted after Montee Ball for some reason despite being the clear-cut No. 1 rookie running back.

    Le'Veon Bell wasn't the first running back taken, and he's not as famous as Eddie Lacy or Montee Ball, but he's my No. 1 fantasy rookie. Bell is in the best situation. The Steelers have mediocre, fumble-prone running backs. If Bell takes care of the ball, he'll secure the starting job, thanks to his ability to play on third down. He also figures to get the goal-line work.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 630 rushing yards. 18 catches. 140 receiving yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 117.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 135.

  19. Pierre Thomas, RB, Saints. Bye: 7.
    Pierre Thomas isn't a bad PPR depth player, but he won't be much of a fantasy factor unless Mark Ingram and Darren Sproles miss time.

    Follow @walterfootball for updates.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 500 rushing yards. 44 catches. 360 receiving yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 115.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 159.

  20. Rashard Mendenhall, RB, Cardinals. Bye: 9.
    AUG. 27 UPDATE: Rashard Mendenhall appears to be good to go for Week 1, so why the stock down? Mendenhall reportedly has some "looseness" in his knee, whatever the hell that means. Mendenhall is a very poor bet to last 16 games, so avoid him in your draft.

    AUG. 25 UPDATE: Rashard Mendenhall sustained some sort of knee injury against the Chargers. A group of shady Cardinal personnel were surrounding him on the sideline, preventing the Chargers' cameraman from getting a good look. Mendenhall couldn't reenter the game, though he was walking on the sideline afterward. Still, this is a reminder that Mendenhall is extremely injury-prone and should be avoided in fantasy drafts. It's a shame because Mendenhall had been running well beforehand, gaining 47 yards on six carries.

    AUG. 4 UPDATE: Rashard Mendenhall will miss several days of practice because of tendinitis in his surgically repaired knee. Shocker! Mendenhall is highly injury-prone and crappy, so he shouldn't be anywhere near your fantasy team.

    Rashard Mendenhall could emerge as Arizona's starting running back this year, but don't bother drafting him because he sucks.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 640 rushing yards. 5 catches. 40 receiving yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 109.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 114.


2013 Fantasy Football Rankings - Running Backs (Sept. 4):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-40 | 41-60 | 61-75





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