2014 Fantasy Football Rankings: Running Backs 41-75


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2014 Fantasy Football Rankings - Running Backs (Sept. 3):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-40 | 41-75


  1. Carlos Hyde, RB, 49ers. Bye: 8.
    AUG. 8: Carlos Hyde was the most impressive running back on the field in the 49ers-Ravens matchup. Starting for Frank Gore, who was dressed but didn’t take the field, Hyde gained 39 yards on just five carries. Granted, he had excellent blocking from both his offensive line and fullback, but Hyde showed off some great vision on his rushes. He also displayed solid pass-protection abilities. With Gore slowing down, Marcus Lattimore not yet recovered, and Kendall Hunter injured, Hyde is a recommended fantasy option this year.

    Carlos Hyde may get some goal-line plunges this year, but he won’t see much action unless Frank Gore gets injured. His outlook is much better for the future, given that Marcus Lattimore admitted that he’s struggling to come back from his brutal knee injury.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 500 rushing yards. 6 catches. 40 receiving yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 104.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 110.

  2. Mark Ingram, RB, Saints. Bye: 6.
    AUG. 24: Mark Ingram continues to impress. He rushed for 46 yards on eight carries at Indianapolis. His best attempt, a 17-yarder, featured an awesome cut. He also made an excellent blitz pick-up to allow Drew Brees to connect with Jimmy Graham for a 38-yard pass. Sean Payton will see this on film and perhaps reward Ingram with more playing time.

    AUG. 9: Mark Ingram and Khiry Robinson spent time rotating series in the first half during the preseason opener. Robinson looked good (5 carries, 23 yards, touchdown), but Ingram was far more impressive. It doesn’t feel right to say this, but Ingram put on a show. He tallied 83 yards and a touchdown on just eight attempts, thanks to some nice cuts and stiff-arms. The fact that Ingram is in his contract year must be brought up. With money on the line, perhaps he’ll finally live up to expectations.

    Mark Ingram had some solid performances late in the year, but he took a back seat to Khiry Robinson in the playoffs. Ingram is unlikely to do all that much in 2014.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 680 rushing yards. 9 catches. 60 receiving yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 104.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 113.

  3. Pierre Thomas, RB, Saints. Bye: 6.
    AUG. 24: Pierre Thomas is worth noting for what he did against the Colts. He saw four targets from Brees and came up with just as many receptions for 66 yards. He’s going to be a big factor in the passing game, so he’ll be effective in PPR formats.

    Pierre Thomas saw his carry totals drop late in the year, thanks to the emergence of Khiry Robinson. He was still a factor in the passing game, but he doesn’t offer much in terms of non-PPR fantasy value. His 77 catches won’t be repeated, but he’s still worth owning in PPR formats.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 380 rushing yards. 59 catches. 420 receiving yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 104.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 163.

  4. Khiry Robinson, RB, Saints. Bye: 6.
    It’s not wise to count on any Saint running back, but Khiry Robinson has the most potential. He saw most of the workload in the divisional round of the playoffs after Bill Parcells told Sean Payton that Robinson reminded him of Curtis Martin.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 570 rushing yards. 10 catches. 60 receiving yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 103.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 113.



  5. Jonathan Stewart, RB, Panthers. Bye: 12.
    AUG. 18: I didn’t expect Jonathan Stewart to play against the Chiefs, let alone run very effectively. He looked great on his first attempt, tallying 17 yards. He also had a powerful touchdown run later and added a second score. I got a bit excited about drafting Stewart in the late rounds, but then I remembered how injury-prone he is. Still, it’s a stock up.

    JULY 25: Jonathan Stewart will be out for a couple of weeks with a hamstring injury. Surprise, surprise. Stewart is not worth drafting in the first 12-13 rounds.

    There’s no point in owning Jonathan Stewart. He’s always hurt and doesn’t meet expectations when he’s actually on the field anyway. He’s a waste of a roster spot.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 580 rushing yards. 14 catches. 90 receiving yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 103.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 117.

  6. Lance Dunbar, RB, Cowboys. Bye: 11.
    AUG. 11: Jason Garrett told the media that he didn’t use Lance Dunbar in the preseason opener because they have big plans for him during the regular season. With DeMarco Murray being injury-prone, Dunbar should be a late-round target.

    JULY 14: Lance Dunbar’s role won’t increase much if/when DeMarco Murray goes down, per ESPN Dallas. Instead, Joseph Randle and Ryan Williams would compete for the early-down work.

    JUNE 11 UPDATE: The Cowboys are “creating stuff” for backup running back Lance Dunbar at OTAs, according to Bryan Broaddus. DeMarco Murray is extremely injury-prone, so Dunbar is shaping up to be a nice, late-round selection.

    The speedy Lance Dunbar is expected to have a greater role in Scott Linehan’s offense. He’s worth a roster spot in deeper leagues, as DeMarco Murray is bound to get hurt at some point.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 450 rushing yards. 31 catches. 240 receiving yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 102.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 133.

  7. Roy Helu, RB, Redskins. Bye: 10.
    Roy Helu is the handcuff to own for Alfred Morris, if you’re into that sort of thing. Helu’s definitely worth a spot in PPR leagues.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 410 rushing yards. 40 catches. 320 receiving yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 102.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 142.



  8. Robert Turbin, RB, Seahawks. Bye: 4.
    AUG. 17: Robert Turbin ran very well versus San Diego, accumulating 81 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries, most of which came on a 47-yard burst.

    Robert Turbin isn’t a very good handcuff because Christine Michael could just as easily handle a ton of touches.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 440 rushing yards. 12 catches. 80 receiving yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 101.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 113.

  9. Terrance West, RB, Browns. Bye: 4.
    SEPT, 1: People may want to look at other rookie running backs. Terrance West, according to Tom Reed of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer, has been slow to adjust to the offense. Sure, Ben Tate is injury-prone, but there’s no guarantee West would get the workload in the event of an injury.

    AUG. 29: Ben Tate started the preseason finale and rushed for eight yards on three carries. He also scored. Terrance West came in afterward and managed just 13 yards on six attempts. West also fumbled at the end of the first quarter, and that could hurt his playing time.

    JUNE 11 UPDATE: With Ben Tate limited with injuries, Terrance West has been getting most of the first-team reps. The expectation is that he’ll have a major role in the offense.

    The Browns like Terrance West a lot, and he may have a chance to start this year. Ben Tate has an extensive injury history, so he could easily go down again. If that happens, West may take over and never look back.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 480 rushing yards. 16 catches. 120 receiving yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 99.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 115.

  10. Darren Sproles, RB, Eagles. Bye: 7.
    MARCH 28: Darren Sproles was traded to the Eagles. He’ll be a big part of their passing offense.

    Darren Sproles disappointed his 2013 fantasy owners, scoring just four touchdowns after tallying nine in 2011 and eight in 2012. Touchdowns are fluky, so Sproles could return to his previous figures. Then again, he’ll be 31 in June, so his skills could continue to erode.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 150 rushing yards. 63 catches. 520 receiving yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 97.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 160.



  11. Donald Brown, RB, Chargers. Bye: 10.
    Donald Brown had been a first-round bust until this season. He outplayed Trent Richardson, but is now the third-stringer in San Diego. He’ll need Ryan Mathews to get hurt in order to produce.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 520 rushing yards. 22 catches. 150 receiving yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 97.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 119.

  12. Jonathan Dwyer, RB, Cardinals. Bye: 4.
    Jonathan Dwyer is Arizona’s new No. 2 running back. He’ll handle the goal-line carries while Andre Ellington does mostly everything else.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 500 rushing yards. 15 catches. 120 receiving yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 97.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 112.

  13. Jonathan Grimes, RB, Texans. Bye: 10.
    Jonathan Grimes started and actually looked pretty good. He rushed for 42 yards on nine carries and caught three balls for 25 receiving yards. One of his runs was very impressive, as he broke three tackles on a scamper versus Atlanta’s No. 1 defense. Grimes is worth a late-round selection, given Foster’s durability issues.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 460 rushing yards. 22 catches. 160 receiving yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 96.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 118.



  14. Chris Ivory, RB, Jets. Bye: 0.
    JULY 5: Jets’ offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg called Chris Johnson a “first-ballot Hall of Famer,” which is an indication that he’ll ride Johnson early and often this season. Mornhinweg is insane if he honestly thinks that, but regardless, it’s not a good sign for Chris Ivory, who was a better runner than Johnson has been in recent seasons. Johnson stinks, but it’ll take some time for the Jets to realize that.

    The Jets signed Chris Johnson, but Chris Ivory will still be heavily involved on offense. However, he offers nothing in the passing game and becomes completely irrelevant if the Jets fall behind.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 620 rushing yards. 5 catches. 30 receiving yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 95.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 100.

  15. Devonta Freeman, RB, Falcons. Bye: 9.
    AUG. 6: Devonta Freeman is listed as the fourth running back on the depth chart. It’s a reminder that rookies are great in theory, but often tend to disappoint. I wouldn’t mind taking a chance on Freeman late in the draft, but he’s going a bit too early for my liking at 10.03.

    JUNE 16 UPDATE: Some publications are already fawning over Devonta Freeman, but the rookie may not have a big impact in 2014 if he doesn’t improve his pass protection. Head coach Mike Smith actually criticized that part of his game a couple of days ago. The Falcons simply may not trust Freeman enough to play him much during this upcoming season.

    Devonta Freeman has a legitimate shot to become Atlanta’s feature back in the near future. He’ll be given an opportunity to hold the job once Steven Jackson moves on. Just keep in mind that there’s a reason he fell to the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 380 rushing yards. 18 catches. 130 receiving yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 95.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 113.

  16. James Starks, RB, Packers. Bye: 9.
    James Starks can serve as a low-end RB2 if Eddie Lacy goes down; he went for 20-132-1 in one of the two starts he made in 2013.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 380 rushing yards. 10 catches. 80 receiving yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 94.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 104.

  17. C.J. Anderson, RB, Broncos. Bye: 4.
    C.J. Anderson was activated over the fumble-prone Ronnie Hillman late last season. Anderson has some talent and should be looked at as a late-round sleeper with some upside. Moreno didn’t re-sign, so all that’s standing in Anderson’s way of starting is a Montee Ball injury.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 350 rushing yards. 10 catches. 70 receiving yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 92.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 102.

  18. Shonn Greene, RB, Titans. Bye: 9.
    Shonn Greene underwent knee surgery in early May. He’ll miss all of Tennessee’s OTAs. Considering that a new coaching staff is in place, Greene is at an extreme disadvantage.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 450 rushing yards. 10 catches. 70 receiving yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 88.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 98.

  19. Mike Tolbert, RB, Panthers. Bye: 12.
    Mike Tolbert’s only value is in touchdown-only leagues, as he specializes in end-zone plunges from the 1-yard line.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 250 rushing yards. 24 catches. 190 receiving yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 86.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 110.

  20. Ahmad Bradshaw, RB, Colts. Bye: 10.
    Ahmad Bradshaw was retained. If healthy, he could take away a chunk of Trent Richardson’s touches. That’s a huge “if” though because he’s always hurt.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 300 rushing yards. 20 catches. 150 receiving yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 84.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 104.

  21. Dri Archer, RB, Steelers. Bye: 12.
    Dri Archer has a chance to be Pittsburgh’s version of Darren Sproles. Bump him up if you’re in a PPR format.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 80 rushing yards. 45 catches. 360 receiving yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 82.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 127.

  22. Andre Williams, RB, Giants. Bye: 8.
    Andre Williams can’t catch or do anything except run hard, so maybe he can be the next Brandon Jacobs. He’ll have to fight for playing time this year with Rashad Jennings and in the future with David Wilson.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 400 rushing yards. 0 catches. 0 receiving yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 80.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 80.

  23. Jacquizz Rodgers, RB, Falcons. Bye: 6.
    Jacquizz Rodgers has a spot in PPR formats, as he caught 53 and 52 passes in the past two seasons. Some of his potential is gone with Devonta Freeman on the roster.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 320 rushing yards. 40 catches. 290 receiving yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 79.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 119.

  24. Jerick McKinnon, RB, Vikings. Bye: 10.
    Jerick McKinnon is Adrian Peterson’s new handcuff. Treat him as if he were Toby Gerhart.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 250 rushing yards. 20 catches. 140 receiving yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 77.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 97.

  25. Jordan Todman, RB, Jaguars. Bye: 11.
    Jordan Todman rushed for 109 yards on 25 carries in Maurice Jones-Drew’s absence in Week 15 this past season. That’s might have been promising, but Jacksonville signed Toby Gerhart to be the new starter.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 370 rushing yards. 24 catches. 150 receiving yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 76.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 100.

  26. LeGarrette Blount, RB, Steelers. Bye: 12.
    AUG. 21: LeGarrette Blount was arrested for possession of marijuana Wednesday. Blount has a troubled past and could be suspended at some point. Considering how long the NFL drags its feel with things like this, Blount could be penalized after he retires.

    LeGarrette Blount’s decision to leave his starting job an take a backup role this offseason was bizarre. He’s only a handcuff right now.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 450 rushing yards. 4 catches. 30 receiving yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 72.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 76.

  27. Mike James, RB, Buccaneers. Bye: 7.
    The highlight of Mike James’ 2013 campaign was a 158-yard effort at Seattle in Week 9. Unfortunately, he broke his ankle the following week and was lost for the season. James can be used as an RB2 if Doug Martin goes down, but he’s useless until then.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 390 rushing yards. 18 catches. 130 receiving yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 70.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 88.

  28. Bilal Powell, RB, Jets. Bye: 11.
    Bilal Powell’s fantasy potential was derailed when the team signed Chris Johnson.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 320 rushing yards. 25 catches. 170 receiving yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 67.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 92.

  29. Marcus Lattimore, RB, 49ers. Bye: 8.
    Marcus Lattimore said that he hasn’t been recovering well, which prompted the 49ers to draft Carlos Hyde.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 200 rushing yards. 10 catches. 70 receiving yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 65.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 75.

  30. Ka’Deem Carey, RB, Bears. Bye: 9.
    AUG. 19: Ka’Deem Carey appears to have lost the No. 2 running back job to Shaun Draughn, according to Michael C. Wright of ESPN Chicago.

    Matt Forte’s new handcuff. Ka’Deem Carey has great pass-catching ability, so he’ll be more useful in PPR formats.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 300 rushing yards. 22 catches. 170 receiving yards. 2 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 59.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 81.

  31. Tre Mason, RB, Rams. Bye: 4.
    AUG. 19: Jeff Fisher noted that Tre Mason struggled in pass protection thus far during the preseason. Mason won’t see much action until he improves this aspect of his game. He’s not worth a draft pick.

    Tre Mason will be stuck behind Zac Stacy for the long term. He may not even beat out Benny Cunningham this year, so there’s no reason to draft him.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 250 rushing yards. 18 catches. 140 receiving yards. 2 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 51.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 69.

  32. Lorenzo Taliaferro, RB, Ravens. Bye: 11.
    Considering Ray Rice’s legal issues and Bernard Pierce’s struggles last year, Lorenzo Taliaferro will have a (slim) shot to start at some point this season.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 200 rushing yards. 10 catches. 70 receiving yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 45.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 55.

  33. Bryce Brown, RB, Bills. Bye: 9.
    Bryce Brown could start in the future for Buffalo, but he’s well behind C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson for now.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 250 rushing yards. 6 catches. 50 receiving yards. 2 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 42.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 48.

  34. Knile Davis, RB, Chiefs. Bye: 6.
    Knile Davis is coming off a serious injury and could be prone to getting hurt again as a consequence.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 150 rushing yards. 6 catches. 40 receiving yards. 2 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 31.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 37.

  35. David Wilson, RB, Giants. Bye: 8.
    AUG. 1: David Wilson is likely out for the year with a neck injury. He may not play for the Giants ever again.

    JULY 30: David Wilson suffered a neck burner Tuesday and will undergo tests. The Giants reportedly will be cautious with Wilson. This is just a reminder of how fragile he is. It’s highly unlikely Wilson will play all 16 games.

    JULY 24: David Wilson has reportedly looked “dynamic as ever” during practices since being cleared. He’s still expected to open as the No. 2 running back, but he may take more and more carries away from Rashad Jennings as the season progresses.

    David Wilson is reportedly going to be medically cleared soon. He’s not going to receive much of a workload, but he’ll take some carries away from Rashad Jennings.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 0 rushing yards. 0 catches. 0 receiving yards. 0 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 0.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 0.

  36. Vick Ballard, RB, Colts. Bye: 10.
    Vick Ballard is out for the year with a torn Achilles.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 0 rushing yards. 0 catches. 0 receiving yards. 0 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 0.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 0.

  37. BenJarvus Green-Ellis, RB, Bengals. Bye: 4.
    AUG. 29: The Bengals released BenJarvus Green-Ellis.

    It’s being speculated that BenJarvus Green-Ellis could be released before the season. The new offensive coaching staff has no allegiance to the Law Firm, and rookie Jeremy Hill is already running with the twos.

    Projected 2014 Fantasy Stats: 0 rushing yards. 0 catches. 0 receiving yards. 0 total TDs.
    Projected 2014 Fantasy Points: 0.
    Projected 2014 PPR Fantasy Points: 0.


2014 Fantasy Football Rankings - Running Backs (Sept. 3):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-40 | 41-75







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