Fantasy PPR, Standard RB Leaderboard Week 18: Whoever starts, sit on the run back in fantasy football

If you’re still playing fantastic football in the last week of the NFL season, you’re braver than we are. Between the injuries, COVID and teams of potentially seated key players, you never know who will come in handy just before the kick-off. However, we do everything in our power to keep you in deciding how to start, deciding on them with our 18th fantasy RB rankings for standard and PPR leagues.

Ronald Jones (ankle), Michael Carter (concussion), Damien Harris (hamstring), Miles Sanders (hand), James Conner (heel) and Clyde Edwards-Helaire (shoulder) are very worried about injuries at the beginning of the week, but it is likely that more will appear on the weekend. Aaron Jones and probably AJ Dillon (@Lions) also expect to play modestly, if at all, preparing Patrick Taylor for the big 18th week – exactly as we all predicted in the 1st week.

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Currently, the best matches are well established. Injuries to offensive players or key defensive players can improve or worsen the situation, but we know Jets (@ Bills), Chargers (@ Raiders), Seahawks (@ Cardinals), Texans (vs. Titans), Steelers (@ Ravens), Lions (vs. Packers), Giants (vs. Washington), Raiders (vs. Chargers), Bills (vs. Jets) and Vikings (vs. Bears) were the top 10 teams in terms of the number of fantasy points allowed to enter week 17. Falcons ( vs. Saints) and Jaguars (vs. Colts) were not left behind and both were roasting on the ground last week.

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This creates great opportunities for frontier beginners, such as the aforementioned Taylor (@ Lions), Devin Singletary and possibly Zack Moss (vs. Jets), both Cardinals backing up if Conner (vs. Seahawks), D’Onta Foreman ( @Texans), Devonta Freeman and maybe Latavius ​​Murray (vs. Steelers) and whoever starts behind the Jets if Carter is out, probably Austin Walter or Tevin Coleman (@Bills). They all have varying degrees of upside, but they should all have decent floors, with Edmonds and Freeman being more valuable in PPR leagues.

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On the other hand, Saints (@ Falcons), Buccaneers (vs. Panthers), Titans (@ Texans), Cardinals (vs. Seahawks), 49ers (@ Rams) and Colts (@ Jaguars) were particularly demanding RBs in fantasy. You won’t have a slightly sunken Cordarrelle Patterson (vs. Saints), a rising Rashaad Penny (@ Cardinals) or a safe Sony Michel (vs. 49ers), but you’ll have to think twice about Dare Ogunbowale (vs. Colts), Rex Burkhead (vs. Titans) ) and Chuba Hubbard (@ Buccaneers). Ogunbowale and Burkhead have higher floors in PPR leagues – and both could produce well in waste time, as Ogunbowale did last week – but with both there are obvious risks.

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Speaking of PPR floors, Seahawks (@ Cardinals), Eagles (vs. Cowboys), Buccaneers (vs. Panthers), Bengals (@ Browns), Chiefs (@ Broncos), Jets (@ Bills) and Raiders (vs. Chargers) ) all entered week 17, which allows at least six RB receptions per game. We’ve already mentioned how good Edmonds is this week, but it obviously looks even better now. The same goes for Kareem Hunt (vs. Bengals) if he plays. Both Broncos backs also have slightly raised PPR floors.

A lot will change during the week, as some starters will be preventively eliminated (Saquon Barkley? Antonio Gibson?) And others will be claimed by the COVID reserve / list. We always see unlikely heroes late in the season, so grab the handcuffs and be prepared to pounce.

Note: We will update this RB leaderboard during the week, so return to the latest player moves.

Fantasy RB Rankings Week 18: With whom to start with a running back

The ranking is based on standard, non-PPR Scoring

Fantasy RB PPR Ranking Week 18: With whom to start running back

Rank Player
1 Jonathan Taylor, IND @ JAX
2 Dalvin Cook, MIN vs. CHI
3 Austin Ekeler, LAC @ LV
4 Alvin Kamara, NO @ ATL
5 David Montgomery, CHI @ MIN
6 Antonio Gibson, BYL @ NYG
7 Josh Jacobs, LV vs. LAC
8 Devin Singletary, BUF NYJ
9 James Conner, ARI SEA
10 Najee Harris, PIT @ BAL
11 Ezekiel Elliott, DAL @ PHI
12 Nick Chubb, CLE TIN
13 Rashaad Penny, SEA @ ARI
14 Chase Edmonds, ARI SEA
15 Barkley Saquon, NYG WAS
16 Patterson, ATL vs. Cordarrelle NO
17 Damien Harris, NE @ MIA
18 Sony Michel, LAR vs. SF
19 Darrel Williams, KC @ DEN
20 D’Onta Foreman, TEN @ HOU
21 Elijah Mitchell, SF @ LAR
22 Javonte Williams, DEN vs. KC
23 Patrick Taylor, GB @ DET
24 Kareem Hunt, CLE TIN
25 Melvin Gordon, DEN KC
26 Samaje Perine, CIN @ CLE
27 Jamaal Williams, DET vs. GB
28 Boston Scott, PHI GAVE
29 Devonta Freeman, BAL vs. DRINK
30 Murray Latavius, BAL vs. DRINK
31 Rhamondre Stevenson, NE @ MIA
32 Vaughn Ke’Shawn, TBC SCRAP
33 D’Andre Swift, DET vs. GB
34 Dare Ogunbowale, JAX INDIAN
35 Jordan Howard, PHI GAVE
36 Rex Burkhead, HOU THE
37 Tevin Coleman, NYJ @ BUF
38 Zack Moss, BUF NYJ
39 Mark Ingram, NO @ ATL
40 Tony Pollard, DAL @ PHI
41 Le’Veon Bell, TB vs. SCRAP
42 Chuba Hubbard, CAR @ TB
43 Dontrell Hillard, TEN @ HOU
44 Duke Johnson, MIA NO
45 Jeremy McNichols, TEN @ HOU
46 Ty Johnson, NYJ @ BUF
47 Justin Jackson, LAC @ LV
48 Nyheim Hines, IND @ JAX
49 DeeJay Dallas, SEA @ ARI
50 Royce Freeman, HOU THE
51 Derrick Gore, KC @ DEN
52 Alexander Mattison, MIN vs. CHI
53 Matt Breida, BUF NYJ
54 Chris Evans, CIN @ CLE
55 Myles Gaskin, MIA NO
56 Booker, NYG vs. Devontae WAS
57 Jaret Patterson, WAS @ NYG
58 Khalil Herbert, CHI @ MIN
59 Jeff Wilson Jr., SF @ LAR
60 Brandon Bolden, NE @ MIA
61 Phillip Lindsay, MIA NO
62 Peyton Barber, LV vs. LAC
63 Mike Davis, ATL vs. NO
64 Cam Akers, LAR vs SF
65 D’Ernest Johnson, CLE TIN
66 Craig Reynolds, DET vs. GB
67 Joshua Kelley, LAC @ LV
68 Ameer Abdullah, CAR @ TB
69 Kenneth Gainwell, PHI GAVE
70 Jonathan Williams, BYL @ NYG

The ranking is based on full point PPR Scoring

Rank Player
1 Jonathan Taylor, IND @ JAX
2 Dalvin Cook, MIN vs. CHI
3 Austin Ekeler, LAC @ LV
4 Alvin Kamara, NO @ ATL
5 David Montgomery, CHI @ MIN
6 Antonio Gibson, BYL @ NYG
7 Josh Jacobs, LV vs. LAC
8 Devin Singletary, BUF NYJ
9 Najee Harris, PIT @ BAL
10 Ezekiel Elliott, DAL @ PHI
11 James Conner, ARI SEA
12 Chase Edmonds, ARI SEA
13 Nick Chubb, CLE TIN
14 Patterson, ATL vs. Cordarrelle NO
15 Rashaad Penny, SEA @ ARI
16 Barkley Saquon, NYG WAS
17 Sony Michel, LAR vs. SF
18 Darrel Williams, KC @ DEN
19 Elijah Mitchell, SF @ LAR
20 Damien Harris, NE @ MIA
21 D’Onta Foreman, TEN @ HOU
22 Javonte Williams, DEN vs. KC
23 Patrick Taylor, GB @ DET
24 Kareem Hunt, CLE TIN
25 Samaje Perine, CIN @ CLE
26 Melvin Gordon, DEN KC
27 Boston Scott, PHI GAVE
28 Jamaal Williams, DET vs. GB
29 Devonta Freeman, BAL vs. DRINK
30 D’Andre Swift, DET vs. GB
31 Vaughn Ke’Shawn, TBC SCRAP
32 Murray Latavius, BAL vs. DRINK
33 Rhamondre Stevenson, NE @ MIA
34 Dare Ogunbowale, JAX INDIAN
35 Rex Burkhead, HOU THE
36 Jordan Howard, PHI GAVE
37 Tevin Coleman, NYJ @ BUF
38 Tony Pollard, DAL @ PHI
39 Le’Veon Bell, TB vs. SCRAP
40 Zack Moss, BUF NYJ
41 Dontrell Hillard, TEN @ HOU
42 Chuba Hubbard, CAR @ TB
43 Duke Johnson, MIA NO
44 Jeremy McNichols, TEN @ HOU
45 Ty Johnson, NYJ @ BUF
46 Mark Ingram, NO @ ATL
47 Justin Jackson, LAC @ LV
48 Nyheim Hines, IND @ JAX
49 Matt Breida, BUF NYJ
50 DeeJay Dallas, SEA @ ARI
51 Royce Freeman, HOU THE
52 Derrick Gore, KC @ DEN
53 Alexander Mattison, MIN vs. CHI
54 Chris Evans, CIN @ CLE
55 Myles Gaskin, MIA NO
56 Booker, NYG vs. Devontae WAS
57 Jaret Patterson, WAS @ NYG
58 Jeff Wilson Jr., SF @ LAR
59 Brandon Bolden, NE @ MIA
60 Phillip Lindsay, MIA NO
61 Mike Davis, ATL vs. NO
62 Ameer Abdullah, CAR @ TB
63 Khalil Herbert, CHI @ MIN
64 Cam Akers, LAR vs SF
65 Peyton Barber, LV vs. LAC
66 D’Ernest Johnson, CLE TIN
67 Craig Reynolds, DET vs. GB
68 Kenneth Gainwell, PHI GAVE
69 Joshua Kelley, LAC @ LV
70 Jonathan Williams, BYL @ NYG

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