As promised, this week we’ve included Rudy’s Week 16 Rankings as part of the consensus as a special holiday treat from Razzball to you. Honestly, this has been a big year in terms of Rudy’s “Bot”, which has single-handily put this site on the forefront of the industry in terms of data projection and turning that into tangible and successful rankings for mass consumption. Mmmm, consumption. But seriously, if you haven’t had a chance to use any of these great subscription options, here’s the chance to use them in your ever so important match-ups this week for free!

Congrats to Rudy for a great year, and a special thank you to those out there in the Razzball community. Follow us after the jump for your Official 2017 Razzball Staff Rankings for Week 16! (Rudy might even stop by to say hello!)

  1. Rick says:
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    Thanks Jay and Rudy for another great year. Playing for 3rd this week, unfortunately and lost AB…

    No further questions your honor!

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      Tough one on Brown. At least you weren’t the only one? Doesn’t really make me feel better, but I guess misery loves company, so they say.

      Thanks for hanging out Rick!

  2. kingforaday151 says:
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    Rudy, still liking Flacco that much with rain expected? I’m on the fence about rolling with Rivers this week in the championship after two duds in a row, but can’t convince myself to go with Flacco/Dalton/Cutler/Jimmy G/Eli. I also have Keenan Allen on my team to factor in to it.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      For what it’s worth, I’m pretty content with Rivers over Flacco, even with the weather concerns. But keep in mind, Rudy has really nailed a lot of these picks throughout the year.

    • @kingforaday151: Double-checked and made a correction to make sure the Rain forecast was accounted for. Still have Flacco at #6 and Rivers at #12 with about 1.7 points separating the two and most of that driven by TD projection (Baltimore projected to score 2.5 more points based on implied Vegas team totals).

      Rivers has been creeping up my rankings all week – must be the Vegas line movement going more in LAC’s favor.

      I wouldn’t consider any of the other QBs and don’t think ownership of Keenan Allen Wayans matters much. So consider me a ‘mild recommend’ on Flacco with Rivers my 2nd choice.

      • kingforaday151 says:
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        @Rudy Gamble: thank you sir…nice work this year.

  3. LG Football says:
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    Hey Jay!

    Couple of close calls this week and playing for the championship. PPR league

    QB pick 2: Brees, Ryan, Goff
    WR pick 2: Dede, Robert Woods, Maravius Bryant, Demaryius Thomas
    RB pick 2: Kamara, Melvin Gordon, Zeke Eliott
    TE pick 2: Ebron, Witten, Clay, Jesse James

    Thanks for your great work all year!

    LG

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      Hey LG! I’d go Breese and Goff, DT and Woods, Elliot and Kamara (really tough on ehere) and Clay with Ebron.

      And thanks for hanging out, good luck!

      • LG Football says:
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        @Jay: thanks Jay!

  4. Dave says:
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    1/4 point ppr. Having trouble deciding between Collins and McCaffrey for my RB2

    • MB

      Unbreakable_mb says:
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      @Dave: McCaffery for me

  5. Cram It says:
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    Struggling with my flex: J-Stew, Jamaal Williams or Mike Davis.

    I’m leaning J-Stew because I could see him at least getting in the endzone. J-Will has a tough matchup and no Rodgers. Davis looks good from what I’ve seen on the TV, but hasn’t done much in the boxscore. I’m currently leaning J-Stew. Anything anyone sees that I’m not, would be appreciated.

    • MB

      Unbreakable_mb says:
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      @Cram It: Williams has been really solid when Rodgers isn’t playing. I get that it’s a tough matchup but I’d still play him

  6. Mike in Busan says:
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    Going for the title in two leagues. One of them I gotta choose between Graham and Ebron (Jimmy nearly derailed me in the semis); the other I’m picking between some choice defensive options: roll with chicago, KC, or the Steelers?
    Fun fact: in one league I’m the Zeke owner taking on the Gurley owner, and in the other it’s just the opposite.

    • Mike in Busan says:
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      @Mike in Busan: both leagues standard, shoulda mentioned.

    • MB

      Unbreakable_mb says:
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      @Mike in Busan: I’m comfortable with Ebron, all great matchups but I think the browns are the most turnover prone so I guess I’d say the bears

  7. Nightpandas says:
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    16 team std

    Still rolling with Perine at flex?

    My other options are Bibbs, Barber, Gallman

    Thanks for all the help this year…in finals of 2 of 3 leagues

    • MB

      Unbreakable_mb says:
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      @Nightpandas: I think I’d rather play Barber

  8. Aubrey Plaza's Pillow says:
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    how has nobody (and i don’t just mean youse guys but FP too) ranked hopkins WAS who was back last week?

      • Aubrey Plaza's Pillow says:
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        @Unbreakable_mb: only explanation appears to be that THE ENTIRE INDUSTRY faded that hopkins played last week, isn’t listed as hurt this week, even IF he was rose was cut by WAS. meanwhile rose and novak both ranked for LAC, which clearly can’t be right. i’m not picking on the razzballians here as that’s only a few guys, meanwhile somehow FP’s (who has what like numerous dozens each week) entire ranks (or at least when i index them by the top 30 for kickers, i’ll try later to maybe ONLY index by the shittier kicker rankers) miss this.

  9. I Need a Hail Mary says:
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    Best 2 of these 3 in ppr league: Keelan Cole, Mike Davis or Paul Richardson? AB and Davante Adams owner and small miracle I’m playing in championship and these are my options. Thanks.

  10. Ron Weasley says:
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    1/2 point ppr

    Would you start e. Engrams, Wallace, Goodwin, or lynch in my flex ?

    Thanks

    • MB

      Unbreakable_mb says:
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      @Ron Weasley: Engram probably. Goodwin if you have balls of steel

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