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Week 14 Half PPR Rankings

Austin Ekeler Note
Austin Ekeler photo 1. Austin Ekeler LAC (vs . MIA)
Ekeler is the RB1 in fantasy, ranking first in weighted opportunity, 11th in opportunity share, and second in red zone touches. He is seventh in yards per route run, 19th in evaded tackles, and 18th in breakaway run rate. Ekeler has averaged 18.6 touches and 96.1 total yards. He is second in target share (21.5%), first in receptions, and first in receiving yards among running backs. Since Week 10, Miami is 12th in rushing success rate, sixth in rushing yards per game, and sixth in explosive run rate allowed. While none of that is good news, there is a silver lining. Miami is also 22nd in DVOA against receiving backs giving up the eighth-most receiving yards and sixth-highest yards per reception. Ekeler is a top-three running back.
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Josh Jacobs Note
Josh Jacobs photo 2. Josh Jacobs LV (at LAR)
Jacobs has been incredible. Over the last three weeks, he's averaging 31.1 touches and 204.4 total yards. Yes, those numbers are insane. Jacobs is also fifth in yards after contact per attempt, second in runs of ten-plus yards, and second in PFF's elusive rating behind only Nick Chubb (minimum 50 rushing attempts). Jacobs is top-five in opportunity share, weighted opportunities, and expected fantasy points per game. The Rams have been a tough draw for running backs. Despite their injuries, they held DeeJay Dallas and Tony Jones to 3.0 yards per carry (17 carries) last week. They also rank 20th in rushing success rate allowed for the week, so there's some hope for Jacobs to enjoy a surprising day on the ground. Since Week 10, Los Angeles is seventh in rushing yards per game, 14th in EPA per rush and third in explosive run rate allowed. Whatever Jacobs lacks in the rushing department, he can make up in the passing game. Los Angeles has allowed the tenth-highest receiving yards per game and fourth-highest yards per reception to running backs. Jacobs is 11th in target share (12.9%), sixth in routes run, and 14th in yards per route run among running backs. Jacobs is a top-five running back weekly.
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Derrick Henry Note
Derrick Henry photo 3. Derrick Henry TEN (vs . JAC)
The Jaguars arrive on Henry's schedule in the nick of time to cure Henry of his woeful fantasy streak. Henry hasn't cracked 100 rushing yards since Week 9. He has only once rushed for more than 60 yards over his last four games. Since Week 10, the big fella's efficiency numbers have been quite poor. Among 51 running backs with at least 15 carries since Week 10, Henry is 31st in yards after contact per attempt and PFF's elusive rating. He's 11th in missed tackles forced, but he hasn't managed one breakaway run in his last four games. Since Week 10, Jacksonville has been 19th in rushing success rate, 23rd in rushing yards per game, and 26th in explosive run rate allowed. Henry's last month is extremely concerning, but he remains an RB1 this week.
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Christian McCaffrey Note
Christian McCaffrey photo 4. Christian McCaffrey SF (vs . TB)
With Elijah Mitchell out, McCaffrey returned to his bell-cow role. He played 82% of the snaps last week with 25 touches and 146 total yards as the RB1 for the week. McCaffrey is 27th in yards after contact per attempt, 20th in breakaway rate, and 30th in PFF's elusive rating. With issues under center and Mitchell out, McCaffrey will continue as the bellcow for as long as his body can hold up to the workload. Whatever shortcomings McCaffrey has in the rushing department, he can more than makeup for it in the passing game if Purdy will feed him a 25% target share as he did in Week 13. The Buccaneers' run defense has returned to its former glory since Week 10. They are fourth in rushing success rate, 11th in EPA per rush, and 12th in explosive run rate allowed. McCaffrey is a high-end, matchup-proof RB1.
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Rhamondre Stevenson Note
Rhamondre Stevenson photo 5. Rhamondre Stevenson NE (at ARI)
Since Week 7, Stevenson has played at least 63% of the snaps weekly, averaging 18.9 touches and 97.2 total yards. In those six games, Stevenson has a 24.9% target share while averaging 49.5 receiving yards per game with 2.08 yards per route run. Mondre is unstoppable and matchup-proof. The Patriots are deploying him like their own personal version of Alvin Kamara. Stevenson is the RB8 in fantasy, ranking fifth in weighted opportunities, 13th in opportunity share, and 17th in red zone touches. He is top ten in juke rate, evaded tackles, yards per route run, and yards created per touch. Since Week 10, Arizona has been 22nd in rushing success rate, 30th in EPA per rush, and tenth in explosive run rate allowed. The Cardinals are also 30th in DVOA against receiving backs giving up the ninth-most receptions and receiving yards. Stevenson is an RB1.
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Dalvin Cook Note
Dalvin Cook photo 6. Dalvin Cook MIN (at DET)
Cook is the RB13 in fantasy averaging 18.8 touches and 90.4 total yards. Despite having a solid year, he only has two 100 yards rushing outings and surpassed 25 touches in a game only twice. Cook is fifth in snap and opportunity share, ninth in weighted opportunity, and fourth in red zone touches. Cook is 17th in yards after contact per attempt, 26th in breakaway rate, and 24th in PFF's elusive rating (minimum 25 carries). The Lions remain a team that you can run on effectively. Since Week 10, they are 27th in rushing yards per game, 19th in explosive run rate, and 29th in rushing success rate allowed. Cook is an RB1.
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Nick Chubb Note
Nick Chubb photo 7. Nick Chubb CLE (at CIN)
Chubb is the RB7 in fantasy averaging 19.5 touches and 106 total yards. He is top-five in juke rate, evaded tackles, and breakaway run rate. Chubb is 14th in weighted opportunities and seventh in red zone touches. Chubb only drew one target last week, but he still had a 41.7% route run rate. With D.J. Reader back, the Bengals are 22nd in rushing success rate, 21st in yards per carry, and 17th in explosive run rate allowed. Cincinnati loaded up to stop Derrick Henry and held him to 2.2 yards per carry. Against Najee Harris, Isaiah Pacheco, and Jerick McKinnon, the Bengals yielded 4.9 yards per carry. Chubb could get the stack-the-box treatment if Watson doesn't make them respect the pass. If the Bengals are forced to focus more assets on the passing attack, Chubb could be in for a big day. Chubb is an RB1.
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Saquon Barkley Note
Saquon Barkley photo 8. Saquon Barkley NYG (vs . PHI)
Last week's outing against the Commanders didn't help my worries about Barkley. He could only drum up 2.17 yards after contact per attempt and force two missed tackles on 18 carries. Since Week 8 among 49 running backs with at least 25 carries, Barkley ranks 47th in yards after contact per attempt, 26th in breakaway rate, and 47th in PFF's elusive rating immediately ahead of Chuba Hubbard. These are scary numbers. Barkley is first in opportunity share, second in weighted opportunities, and tenth in red zone touches. Volume and touchdown equity are helping him weather this storm. Last week Jordan Davis returned to the lineup playing 11% of the snaps. That number could climb this week which would be great because the Eagles need the help against the run. Since Week 10, they are 16th in rushing success rate, 14th in rushing yards per game, and 16th in EPA per rush. Barkley is a low-end RB1.
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Tony Pollard Note
Tony Pollard photo 9. Tony Pollard DAL (vs . HOU)
Pollard remains explosive, working in tandem with Elliott. Since Week 12, he's averaged 17 touches and 83.5 total yards. Since Elliott's return in Week 11, Pollard has finished as the RB1, RB40, and RB2 in fantasy. Pollard is an elite running back, ranking second in yards per touch, 15th in evaded tackles, ninth in yards created per touch, and third in breakaway run rate. Houston has made some small improvements as a run defense. Since Week 10, they are fifth in rushing success rate, but they are also 25th in rushing yards per game and 27th in explosive run rate allowed. Pollard is an RB1.
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Joe Mixon Note
Joe Mixon photo 10. Joe Mixon CIN (vs . CLE)
Mixon hasn't played since Week 11 as he recovers from a concussion. He was limited in practice all week and unable to gain final clearance. I'll update his status on Friday once we have more clarity on his practice reports this week.
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Travis Etienne Jr. Note
Travis Etienne Jr. photo 11. Travis Etienne Jr. JAC (at TEN)
Etienne returned last week, playing 88% of the snaps with 15 touches and 66 total yards. After seeing that type of snap count in Week 13, we should consider Etienne good to go unless we get more news or some missed practices. Etienne is 26th in yards after contact per attempt, eighth in breakaway rate, and 14th in PFF's elusive rating, immediately behind Tony Pollard (minimum 50 carries). The Titans' run defense eats running backs for breakfast. Since Week 10, they are eighth in rushing success rate, third in rushing yards per game, and fifth in explosive run rate allowed. Etienne is an RB2.
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Ezekiel Elliott Note
Ezekiel Elliott photo 12. Ezekiel Elliott DAL (vs . HOU)
It might be gross, but Elliott is a touchdown machine. Over his last five games, he's scored seven times with RB12, RB12, RB10, RB15, and RB9 finishes. It helps when your offense is eighth in red zone scoring attempts per game over the last three games. In Elliott's defense, he's ranked 17th in yards after contact per attempt and 11th in breakaway rate since his Week 11 return (minimum 15 carries). Over his last three games, he's averaged 16 rushing attempts and 70.3 rushing yards. Elliott's pass-game role is non-existent. Last week's three targets were the most he's seen in a game this season and his first game with at least two targets since Week 4. Elliott is an RB2.
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Miles Sanders Note
Miles Sanders photo 13. Miles Sanders PHI (at NYG)
Sanders is the RB17 averaging 17 touches and 83.2 rushing yards per game. Sanders is 17th in yards after contact per attempt, tenth in missed tackles forced, and 22nd in PFF's elusive rating (minimum 50 carries). Sanders is tenth in red zone touches and seventh in total touchdowns. His value relies on his rushing output, with only a 5.9% target share to help him out. Since Week 10, New York has been 18th in rushing success rate, 26th in rushing yards per game, and 31st in explosive run rate allowed. The Eagles have leaned heavily on specific weekly offensive philosophies, i.e., leaning the run against a soft matchup. Sanders could get fed this week in a cake matchup. Sanders is an RB1.
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D'Andre Swift Note
D'Andre Swift photo 14. D'Andre Swift DET (vs . MIN)
Well, Swift's usage last week was a happy surprise. He saw his highest snap percentage since Week 8 (51%) with 18 touches and 111 total yards. Swift led the running back room in red zone work and with a 51.2% route run rate. His per-carry efficiency last week still wasn't great, as he failed to force any missed tackles with his 14 rushing attempts and finished with 1.79 yards after contact per attempt, but the bump in usage is great to see. Since Week 10, Minnesota has been 11th in rushing success rate, ninth in EPA per rush, and 16th in explosive run rate allowed. On the ground, they have been an above-average defense. The area they have been eaten up by is with running backs in the passing game. Minnesota is 24th in DVOA, giving up the sixth-most receptions, fifth-most receiving yards and eighth-highest yards per reception. Swift is an RB2 with RB1 potential this week.
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James Conner Note
James Conner photo 15. James Conner ARI (vs . NE)
Conner has returned to his bell-cow workload. Since Week 10, he has played at least 77% of the snaps in each game, with two outings of 96% or more. Since then, in fantasy, Conner has averaged 22.7 touches and 93.3 total yards as the RB3, RB16, and RB4. Conner is 24th in juke rate, 19th in target share, 26th in yards created per touch, and 26th in evaded tackles. New England is a tough test. Since Week 10, they are second in rushing success rate, fourth in rushing yards per game, and first in explosive run rate allowed. Conner is a volume-based low-end RB1/high-end RB2.
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Dameon Pierce Note
Dameon Pierce photo 16. Dameon Pierce HOU (at DAL)
After back-to-back down games, Pierce responded with a small bounce-back effort last week with 72% of the snaps played with 21 touches and 95 total yards. Stuck in the Texans' pitiful offensive environment, Pierce hasn't scored a touchdown since Week 8. Pierce remains one of the most explosive rushers in the NFL. He's 18th in yards after contact per attempt, third in missed tackles forced, 21st in breakaway rate, and seventh in PFF's elusive rating (minimum 25 carries). Dallas has shown improvement against the run in recent weeks. Since Week 10, they are seventh in rushing success rate, 18th in rushing yards per game, and 18th in explosive run rate allowed. Pierce is an RB2.
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Isiah Pacheco Note
Isiah Pacheco photo 17. Isiah Pacheco KC (at DEN)
Since Week 10, Pacheco has been averaging 17.6 touches and 89.3 total yards. Over that four-game period, he has finished as the RB36, RB23, RB16, and RB15 in weekly fantasy scoring. In the same stretch, he's 22nd in yards after contact per attempt, 28th in breakaway rate, and 27th in PFF's elusive rating. In this small snippet of games, he's averaging 4.2 red zone carries per game. Pacheco has not seen more than two targets in any game this season, so he better make his rushing attempts count. Since Week 10, Denver is tenth in rushing success rate, 15th in rushing yards per game, and 15th in explosive run rate allowed. Pacheco is an RB2.
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Najee Harris Note
Najee Harris photo 18. Najee Harris PIT (vs . BAL)
Harris opened the week with a DNP as he's dealing with an oblique injury. I'll update his status on Friday.
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Jamaal Williams Note
Jamaal Williams photo 19. Jamaal Williams DET (vs . MIN)
Williams is the early down banger complement to Swift. He's averaged 15.7 carries and 64.1 rushing yards as the RB15 in fantasy. Williams has fueled fantasy lineups with the most red zone touches and total touchdowns among running backs. His star does dim if the Week 13 trend of Swift getting the bulk of the red zone usage continues. Williams has not been efficient or explosive, with his work ranking 35th in evaded tackles, 40th in breakaway run rate, and 53rd in yards created per touch. With the Vikings' strength coming against the run, Williams is a low-end RB2/RB3. If he flops in the endzone, he'll finish inside the top 24 backs despite an otherwise lackluster stat line.
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D'Onta Foreman Note
D'Onta Foreman photo 20. D'Onta Foreman CAR (at SEA)
Foreman was a DNP on Wednesday, as he's dealing with multiple injuries. I'll discuss him and Hubbard on Friday, depending on how practice reports shake out this week.
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Latavius Murray Note
Latavius Murray photo 21. Latavius Murray DEN (vs . KC)
Murray retained his lead role even with Mike Boone returning to the fold. Murray played 68% of the snaps with 21 touches and 61 total yards. Since Week 12, Murray has averaged 17.5 touches and 79.5 total yards. Murray is operating below replacement level from an efficiency standpoint. Among 53 running backs with at least 50 rushing attempts, he's 53rd in yards after contact per attempt, 45th in breakaway rate, and 49th in PFF's elusive rating. Since Week 10, Kansas City has been 15th in rushing yards per game, 15th in EPA per rush, and 14th in rushing success rate. Murray receives an RB1 level workload weekly, but with his 32-year-old slow-motion movements, he levels out as a weekly RB3.
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Jeff Wilson Jr. Note
Jeff Wilson Jr. photo 22. Jeff Wilson Jr. MIA (at LAC)
There isn't much to take away from last week's game against the 49ers. Yes, Wilson only ran the ball once, but the Dolphins had only eight rushing attempts. They went with a pass-heavy approach to avoid one of the league's best run defenses. For clarity, let's revisit Weeks 9-10 when both backs were active. Wilson led the duo in rushing attempts, targets, routes, and red zone chances. He was the clear first back up in the rotation. Wilson averaged 15.5 touches and 107.5 total yards. Wilson is 30th in evaded tackles, fifth in breakaway run rate, and ninth in yards per touch. He should destroy the Bolts' run defense. Since Week 10, Los Angeles is 31st in rushing success rate, 29th in rushing yards per game, and 20th in explosive run rate allowed. Los Angeles allows the fourth-highest fantasy points per game to running backs and the highest yards per carry in the NFL. Wilson is an RB2.
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Raheem Mostert Note
Raheem Mostert photo 23. Raheem Mostert MIA (at LAC)
In Weeks 9-10, Mostert averaged 10.5 touches and 56.5 total yards. He was the RB25 and RB10 in fantasy. Mostert is 24th in yards per touch, 19th in breakaway run rate, and 40th in evaded tackles. With 10-15 touch upside, Mostert is an RB2/3.
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Zonovan Knight Note
Zonovan Knight photo 24. Zonovan Knight NYJ (at BUF)
Despite rumors of a three-headed committee monster last week, Knight was the clear leader of this backfield. He played 55% of the snaps with 20 touches and turned into 118 total yards. Knight also received all of the red zone work. He's been a tackle-breaking machine from the word go. Knight is ranked eighth in yards after contact per attempt, ninth in breakaway rate, and first in PFF's elusive rating (minimum 25 carries). Knight is an RB2 against an average Bills run defense. Since Week 10, they are 17th in rushing success rate, 17th in explosive run rate, and 13th in yards per carry allowed.
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Rachaad White Note
Rachaad White photo 25. Rachaad White TB (at SF)
White played 41% of the snaps last week with 15 touches and 69 total yards. He handled the 1B role alongside Fournette. Fournette still held the upper hand in high-value areas. White is 51st in yards after contact per attempt, 26th in breakaway rate, and 50th in PFF's elusive rating (minimum 50 carries). In a tougher matchup and with Fournette active, it's difficult to project much upside for White this week. White is an RB3.
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Leonard Fournette Note
Leonard Fournette photo 26. Leonard Fournette TB (at SF)
Fournette returned to the lineup and rolled right back into his lead role. He played 60% of the snaps with 16 touches and 81 total yards. Fournette ran more routes than White and handled the bulk of the work inside the 20-yard line. Fournette has been tragically incapable of breaking tackles this season. Among 53 running backs with at least 50 rushing attempts, he is 52nd in yards after contact per attempt, 43rd in missed tackles forced, and 49th in breakaway rate. He is the RB12 in fantasy thanks to his six touchdowns (14th), 12.2% target share (12th), 347 receiving yards (fifth-most), and 49 receptions (fifth-most). The 49ers have been a coffin nail for running backs. Since Week 10, they are third in rushing success rate, first in rushing yards per game, and second in explosive run rate allowed. Fournette is a low-end RB2.
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Devin Singletary Note
Devin Singletary photo 27. Devin Singletary BUF (vs . NYJ)
Last week, Singletary saw his lowest snap mark (44%) of the season. He finished with 13 rushing attempts (51 yards) and two targets. Singletary enjoyed some high usage weeks in the passing game, but that has dried up as he hasn't garnered more than two targets in a game since Week 9. Singletary has varied from average to below average in most efficiency metrics this season. He's 30th in yards after contact per attempt, 26th in breakaway run rate, and 33rd in PFF's elusive rating. Singletary is also ranked 30th in yards per route run and 33rd in yards created per touch. If the declining usage from last week sticks, he'll be a low-end RB3 moving forward. With the looming threat of that being the new normal, it's impossible to consider him as anything more.
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Cam Akers Note
Cam Akers photo 28. Cam Akers LAR (vs . LV)
Well, last week was unexpected. After Williams had seemingly taken over the backfield the week before, Akers looked like an overrated early down banger. Then Week 13 happened. Akers played 72% of the snaps, easily his highest snap count of the season, with 18 touches and 60 total yards (two rushing touchdowns). He ran more routes than Williams and gobbled up all of the red zone work. Something I highlighted last week in the Primer and have to revisit this week. Since Week 10, Akers has shown some life, ranking 16th in yards after contact per attempt, 16th in missed tackles forced, and tenth in PFF's elusive rating (minimum 15 carries). Since Week 10, the Raiders are 21st in rushing success rate, 17th in EPA per rush, and 25th in fantasy points per game allowed to running backs. A large portion of that has come through the air, as they are 29th in receiving yards per game and yards per reception allowed to backs. Akers hasn't earned a decent share of the passing game all year, so I'd be surprised if that flips this week. Akers is a high-end RB3.
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James Cook Note
James Cook photo 29. James Cook BUF (vs . NYJ)
This could be a usage mirage or the beginning of a breakout for Cook. Last week he managed his highest snap count of the season (43%) while piling up 20 touches and 105 total yards. He also led the backfield in routes and red zone opportunities. Cook's talent is real, as he's been one of the most elusive backs in the NFL. He's 13th in yards after contact per attempt, third in breakaway rate, and 11th in PFF's elusive rating (minimum 50 carries). Among running backs with at least 15 targets, he's third in yards per route run and target per route run rate. The Jets have not been kind to running backs, but they have softened some over the last few games. Since Week 10, they are sixth in rushing success rate, but New York over that stretch is also 17th in rushing yards per game, 18th in EPA per rush, and 21st in explosive run rate allowed. Cook is an RB3 with RB2 upside.
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Samaje Perine Note
Samaje Perine photo 30. Samaje Perine CIN (vs . CLE)
Perine has been outstanding in filling in for Mixon. Over the last two weeks, he's averaged 24 touches and 124 total yards as the RB10 and RB3 in fantasy. Perine is 23rd in yards after contact per attempt and 22nd in PFF's elusive rating (minimum 25 carries). Check back on Friday to see if he gets another week in the starter's chair.
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Kareem Hunt Note
Kareem Hunt photo 31. Kareem Hunt CLE (at CIN)
Last week, Hunt played 38% of the snaps with 11 touches and 74 total yards. That was his lowest snap count since Week 10. Hunt saw a 14.3% target share (four targets). Since Week 10, Hunt has rediscovered some pep in his step, ranking eighth in yards after contact per attempt and 11th in PFF elusive rating (51 RBs, minimum 15 carries). Since Week 8, Hunt still only has two opportunities inside the 20 yards line (Chubb, nine). Hunt is an RB3 facing a Bengals' defense that is fifth in DVOA against receiving backs ranking 15th in yards per reception and 16th in receiving yards per game allowed.
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Jerick McKinnon Note
Jerick McKinnon photo 32. Jerick McKinnon KC (at DEN)
Since Week 10, McKinnon has been averaging 6.8 touches and 42.1 total yards with a 13.6% target share (40.3% route run rate). In that timeframe, he's been a top-24 running back twice (RB20, RB17). McKinnon has been efficient with his touches all year, ranking first in yards created per touch, eighth in yards per touch, and 23rd in yards per route run. Denver is second in DVOA against receiving backs, limiting them to 15th in receiving yards per game and the fourth-lowest yards per reception. McKinnon is an RB3/4.
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Gus Edwards Note
Gus Edwards photo 33. Gus Edwards BAL (at PIT)
Over the last two weeks, Edwards has averaged 37% of the snaps played with 11 rushing attempts and 32 rushing yards while seeing the bulk of the red zone work. Edwards is 21st in yards per contact per attempt and 16th in PFF's elusive rating. With all his fantasy value tied to his rushing, Edwards is a low-end RB3 this week. Since Week 10, the Steelers are ninth in rushing success rate, fifth in rushing yards per game, and eighth in explosive run rate allowed.
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Kyren Williams Note
Kyren Williams photo 34. Kyren Williams LAR (vs . LV)
Williams is stash worthy, but after last week's changing of the guard, he's unplayable. Williams played 28% of the snaps with only four opportunities and nine total yards.
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Chuba Hubbard Note
Chuba Hubbard photo 35. Chuba Hubbard CAR (at SEA)
Hubbard's outlook could vary widely depending on Foreman's health and availability. Check back Friday.
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Dontrell Hilliard Note
Dontrell Hilliard photo 36. Dontrell Hilliard TEN (vs . JAC)
Kenneth Gainwell Note
Kenneth Gainwell photo 37. Kenneth Gainwell PHI (at NYG)
Kenyan Drake Note
Kenyan Drake photo 38. Kenyan Drake BAL (at PIT)
Last week, Drake received more work, with 47% of the snaps played with nine touches and 46 total yards. Drake is unplayable, though, because he only managed three opportunities, and 25% of the snaps played the week prior. This backfield is in flux, and that could easily happen this week.
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Jaylen Warren Note
Jaylen Warren photo 39. Jaylen Warren PIT (vs . BAL)
DeeJay Dallas Note
DeeJay Dallas photo 40. DeeJay Dallas SEA (vs . CAR)
Ty Johnson Note
Ty Johnson photo 41. Ty Johnson NYJ (at BUF)
Johnson ate into Knight's pass-game routes, surpassing him by one route. Johnson handled a 12.7% target share. His value resides in the passing game, as he didn't get any chances near the goal line and only one carry. Johnson is a low-end PPR flex that's 54th in PFF receiving grade and 41st in yards per route run (minimum ten targets). The Bills have been stingy with running backs in the passing game. Buffalo is 17th in DVOA, ranking eighth in yards per reception and 12th in receiving yards per game allowed.
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Michael Carter Note
Michael Carter photo 42. Michael Carter NYJ (at BUF)
Jordan Mason Note
Jordan Mason photo 43. Jordan Mason SF (vs . TB)
Alexander Mattison Note
Alexander Mattison photo 44. Alexander Mattison MIN (at DET)
Travis Homer Note
Travis Homer photo 45. Travis Homer SEA (vs . CAR)
Joshua Kelley Note
Joshua Kelley photo 46. Joshua Kelley LAC (vs . MIA)
Ameer Abdullah Note
Ameer Abdullah photo 47. Ameer Abdullah LV (at LAR)
Mike Boone Note
Mike Boone photo 48. Mike Boone DEN (vs . KC)
Boone is a stash only. He only played 23% of the snaps with seven touches and 19 total yards last week. Boone has flashed talent when healthy this season. The fact that Murray is working ahead of him is laughable.
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Boston Scott Note
Boston Scott photo 49. Boston Scott PHI (at NYG)
Justin Jackson Note
Justin Jackson photo 50. Justin Jackson DET (vs . MIN)
Matt Breida Note
Matt Breida photo 51. Matt Breida NYG (vs . PHI)
JaMycal Hasty Note
JaMycal Hasty photo 52. JaMycal Hasty JAC (at TEN)
Nyheim Hines Note
Nyheim Hines photo 53. Nyheim Hines BUF (vs . NYJ)
Hines only managed three touches, 18 total yards, and 31% of the snaps played last week. Yes, two of his opportunities came in the red zone, but that's impossible to bank on as a reason to consider him in your fantasy lineup. Hines can be cut to the waiver wire if you need the space on your roster.
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Tony Jones Jr. Note
Tony Jones Jr. photo 54. Tony Jones Jr. SEA (vs . CAR)
Dare Ogunbowale Note
Dare Ogunbowale photo 55. Dare Ogunbowale HOU (at DAL)
Benny Snell Jr. Note
Benny Snell Jr. photo 56. Benny Snell Jr. PIT (vs . BAL)
James Robinson Note
James Robinson photo 57. James Robinson NYJ (at BUF)
Robinson is droppable. He played 11% of the snaps with four carries and zero pass game role. He's clearly the last back up in this rotation.
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Keaontay Ingram Note
Keaontay Ingram photo 58. Keaontay Ingram ARI (vs . NE)
Damien Harris Note
Damien Harris photo 59. Damien Harris NE (at ARI)
Isaiah Spiller Note
Isaiah Spiller photo 60. Isaiah Spiller LAC (vs . MIA)
Kenneth Walker III Note
Kenneth Walker III photo 61. Kenneth Walker III SEA (vs . CAR)
Walker (ankle) and DeeJay Dallas (ankle) were DNPs on Wednesday. Travis Homer practiced on a limited basis (knee). This situation is a mess. I'll revisit it on Friday.
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Marlon Mack Note
Marlon Mack photo 62. Marlon Mack DEN (vs . KC)
Zamir White Note
Zamir White photo 63. Zamir White LV (at LAR)
Malik Davis Note
Malik Davis photo 64. Malik Davis DAL (vs . HOU)
Kyle Juszczyk Note
Kyle Juszczyk photo 65. Kyle Juszczyk SF (vs . TB)
Justice Hill Note
Justice Hill photo 66. Justice Hill BAL (at PIT)
J.K. Dobbins Note
J.K. Dobbins photo 67. J.K. Dobbins BAL (at PIT)
Ronald Jones II Note
Ronald Jones II photo 68. Ronald Jones II KC (at DEN)
Tyrion Davis-Price Note
Tyrion Davis-Price photo 69. Tyrion Davis-Price SF (vs . TB)
Alec Ingold Note
Alec Ingold photo 70. Alec Ingold MIA (at LAC)
Rex Burkhead Note
Rex Burkhead photo 71. Rex Burkhead HOU (at DAL)
Eno Benjamin Note
Eno Benjamin photo 72. Eno Benjamin HOU (at DAL)
Gary Brightwell Note
Gary Brightwell photo 73. Gary Brightwell NYG (vs . PHI)
Chris Evans Note
Chris Evans photo 74. Chris Evans CIN (vs . CLE)
Snoop Conner Note
Snoop Conner photo 75. Snoop Conner JAC (at TEN)
Trayveon Williams Note
Trayveon Williams photo 76. Trayveon Williams CIN (vs . CLE)
Raheem Blackshear Note
Raheem Blackshear photo 77. Raheem Blackshear CAR (at SEA)
Patrick Ricard Note
Patrick Ricard photo 78. Patrick Ricard BAL (at PIT)
Kevin Harris Note
Kevin Harris photo 79. Kevin Harris NE (at ARI)
Reggie Gilliam Note
Reggie Gilliam photo 80. Reggie Gilliam BUF (vs . NYJ)
Ke'Shawn Vaughn Note
Ke'Shawn Vaughn photo 81. Ke'Shawn Vaughn TB (at SF)
C.J. Ham Note
C.J. Ham photo 82. C.J. Ham MIN (at DET)
Brandon Bolden Note
Brandon Bolden photo 83. Brandon Bolden LV (at LAR)
Darrell Henderson Jr. Note
Darrell Henderson Jr. photo 84. Darrell Henderson Jr. JAC (at TEN)
Zander Horvath Note
Zander Horvath photo 85. Zander Horvath LAC (vs . MIA)
Jakob Johnson Note
Jakob Johnson photo 86. Jakob Johnson LV (at LAR)
Derek Watt Note
Derek Watt photo 87. Derek Watt PIT (vs . BAL)
Hassan Haskins Note
Hassan Haskins photo 88. Hassan Haskins TEN (vs . JAC)
Pierre Strong Jr. Note
Pierre Strong Jr. photo 89. Pierre Strong Jr. NE (at ARI)
Jerome Ford Note
Jerome Ford photo 90. Jerome Ford CLE (at CIN)
Demetric Felton Jr. Note
Demetric Felton Jr. photo 91. Demetric Felton Jr. CLE (at CIN)
Tevin Coleman Note
Tevin Coleman photo 92. Tevin Coleman SF (vs . TB)
Melvin Gordon III Note
Melvin Gordon III photo 93. Melvin Gordon III KC (at DEN)
D'Ernest Johnson Note
D'Ernest Johnson photo 94. D'Ernest Johnson CLE (at CIN)
Anthony McFarland Jr. Note
Anthony McFarland Jr. photo 95. Anthony McFarland Jr. PIT (vs . BAL)
Julius Chestnut Note
Julius Chestnut photo 96. Julius Chestnut TEN (vs . JAC)
Salvon Ahmed Note
Salvon Ahmed photo 97. Salvon Ahmed MIA (at LAC)
Giovani Bernard Note
Giovani Bernard photo 98. Giovani Bernard TB (at SF)
Myles Gaskin Note
Myles Gaskin photo 99. Myles Gaskin MIA (at LAC)
Malcolm Brown Note
Malcolm Brown photo 100. Malcolm Brown LAR (vs . LV)
Michael Burton Note
Michael Burton photo 101. Michael Burton KC (at DEN)
Corey Clement Note
Corey Clement photo 102. Corey Clement ARI (vs . NE)
Kene Nwangwu Note
Kene Nwangwu photo 103. Kene Nwangwu MIN (at DET)
Sony Michel Note
Sony Michel photo 104. Sony Michel LAC (vs . MIA)
Duke Johnson Jr. Note
Duke Johnson Jr. photo 105. Duke Johnson Jr. BUF (vs . NYJ)
Wayne Gallman Jr. Note
Wayne Gallman Jr. photo 106. Wayne Gallman Jr. SEA (vs . CAR)
Brittain Brown Note
Brittain Brown photo 107. Brittain Brown LV (at LAR)
Craig Reynolds Note
Craig Reynolds photo 108. Craig Reynolds DET (vs . MIN)
Darrel Williams Note
Darrel Williams photo 109. Darrel Williams ARI (vs . NE)
Tory Carter Note
Tory Carter photo 110. Tory Carter FA (BYE)
Rico Dowdle Note
Rico Dowdle photo 111. Rico Dowdle DAL (vs . HOU)
Troy Hairston II Note
Troy Hairston II photo 112. Troy Hairston II HOU (at DAL)
Nick Bellore Note
Nick Bellore photo 113. Nick Bellore SEA (vs . CAR)
Ty Chandler Note
Ty Chandler photo 114. Ty Chandler MIN (at DET)
Taiwan Jones Note
Taiwan Jones photo 115. Taiwan Jones BUF (vs . NYJ)
Mike Davis Note
Mike Davis photo 116. Mike Davis BAL (at PIT)
Devine Ozigbo Note
Devine Ozigbo photo 117. Devine Ozigbo DEN (vs . KC)