Sunday, December 5

Fantasy RB rankings for week 10



Things looked bleak at certain points last week, but then Christian McCaffrey and David Montgomery came back from the IR and we managed to get through the week with just a couple of notable new injuries. Sure, it’s a bummer to be without Derrick Henry (foot), but our Week 10 fantasy RB rankings still look pretty solid.

The four teams in goodbye – Bears, Texans, Giants, Bengals – do not have the strongest group of running backs. Joe Mixon will be missed, but fantasy owners are used to being without Saquon Barkley (ankle) and Montgomery. Khalil Herbert and Devontae Booker have certainly had their moments, but you can’t be too upset when players who were waived less than a month ago take the week off. And you can’t get angry when David Johnson and Phillip Lindsay say goodbye, either. If anything, be thankful that you don’t have to force one into your flex.

WEEK 10 PPR RANKINGS:
Field marshal | Running backwards | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

Even though the byes aren’t too harsh for idle RBs, they do eliminate some great matchups. The Texans, Giants and Bears were the top 10 in terms of fantasy points per game (FPPG) allowed to RBs heading into Week 9. That means fewer potential sleepers and / or high-level studs, which means a more likely to have to. take risks with your RB2 spot or use a WR on your flex.

WEEK 10 STANDARD RATINGS:
Field marshal | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

The consequences of that can be seen in all the top backs who have tough matches this week. James Robinson (@ Colts), D’Andre Swift (@ Steelers), Damien Harris (vs. Browns), Darrell Henderson (@ 49ers) and Michael Carter (vs. Bills) are all difficult to bench because of their talents and roles. . but the sled will be more difficult for everyone. Carter is likely still in the early bubble, feel it, but his recent surge in volume and production, particularly in the passing game, should keep him in the lineups as at least a flex.

Not only does Antonio Gibson (vs. Bucs) have a brutal showdown, but questions remain about his health and use. Maybe after a goodbye, your shin will be better and you can handle a full series of taps, but considering Jaret Patterson beat him in Week 8 and JD McKissic has been more valuable overall the last two games, Gibson is, in the best, a push-up this week. The Titans ‘team, Adrian Peterson and Jeremy McNichols (against the Saints), and the Cardinals’ team, James Conner and Chase Edmonds (against the Panthers) are also in difficult situations. Peterson and Conner have more standard value thanks to their respective upside TD.

Very favorable matchups await the Bills duo of Zack Moss and Devin Singletary (@ Jets), the Broncos duo Javonte Williams and Melvin Gordon (against Eagles), and a packed Ravens backfield led by Latavius ​​Murray. and Devonta Freeman (@ Dolphins). when everyone is healthy. Boston Scott and Jordan Howard (@ Broncos), Kenyan Drake (vs. Chiefs), Nyheim Hines (vs. Jaguars), and AJ Dillon (vs. Seahawks) are also in good places if you want to go a little deeper, but Drake and Hines are a better fit. to the PPR leagues.

There are still several hit backs that we will see this week. Clyde Edwards-Helaire (knee), Chris Carson (neck) and Kareem Hunt (calf) are eligible to exit the IR, but it is unclear if any have a real chance of being activated. Continue trading as if you didn’t have any available, and if they come back, you can adjust from there.

Overall, there are still plenty of good options despite some of the typical hurdles this week. Most importantly, at least a couple of injured stars are making a comeback. In some ways that makes navigating the position more difficult, but having multiple viable options is better than having a mediocre option.

Note: We will update these RB rankings throughout the week, so check back for the analysis and the latest player movement.

Fantasy RB Rankings Week 10: who to start with as a runner

Ratings are based on standard, not PPR punctuation

  • 26 Zack Moss, BUF @ NYJ
    27 Devin Singletary, BUF @ NYJ
    28 Latavius ​​Murray, BAL @ MIA
    29 Javonte Williams, DEN vs. FLY
    30 Antonio Gibson, WAS vs. TB
    31 Chase Edmonds, ARI v. CAR
    32 Mike Davis, ATL @ DAL
    33 Drake of Kenya, LV vs. KC
    34 Adrian Peterson, TEN vs. NO
    35 Boston Scott, PHI @ DEN
    36 Devonta Freeman, BAL @ MIA
    37 Tony Pollard, DAL vs. ATL
    38 Ronald Jones II, TB @ ERA
    39 Jamaal Williams, DET PIT
    40 JD McKissic, WAS vs. TB
    41 Mark Ingram, NO @ TEN
    42 Jeremy McNichols, TEN vs. NO
    43 Nyheim Hines, IND vs. JAX
    44 Salvon Ahmed, MIA vs. BAL
    45 Derrick Gore, KC @ LV
    46 Ty Johnson, New York vs. BUF
    47 Rhamondre Stevenson, NE vs. CLE
    48 D’Ernest Johnson, CLE @ NE
    49 Brandon Bolden, NE vs. CLE
    50 Le’Veon Bell, BAL @ MIA
    51 Rashaad Penny, SEA @ GB
    52 Alexander Mattison, MIN @ LAC
    53 JaMycal Hasty, SF vs. LAR
    54 Chuba Hubbard, CAR @ ARI
    55 Carlos Hyde, JAX @ IND
    56 Young Bernard, TB @ WAS
    57 Sony Michel, LAR @ SF
    58 Jaret Patterson, WAS vs. TB
    59 Jerick McKinnon, KC @ LV
    60 Larry Rountree III, LAC v. MIN
    61 Kenneth Gainwell, PHI @ DEN




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