(EDIT: Here are the most up to date rankings –>  Auction Values, Tiers and Cheat Sheet for PPR – http://su.pr/A17UuB NonPPR – http://su.pr/9DEgIM)

Here are the PPR Rankings for Running Backs. For some reason the running backs who have more receptions are the ones that score more points here. Weird.

Here are the rankings. Be gentle. Or not. Thankfully I’m hidden behind this computer, which is bullet-proof and has laser guided missiles attached.
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Rank Player Ru TDs Ru Yds Re TDs Re Yds Recpt Fumb Points
1 Arian Foster HOU 11 1400 2 550 60 3 327
2 Adrian L. Peterson MIN 14 1400 2 350 35 3 300
3 Jamaal Charles KC 10 1400 2 450 45 4 294
4 Ray Rice BAL 9 1300 2 500 55 4 293
5 LeSean McCoy PHI 7 1100 2 550 70 2 285
6 Rashard Mendenhall PIT 11 1350 1 300 35 3 266
7 Chris D. Johnson TEN 10 1300 2 325 37 4 263.5
8 Darren McFadden OAK 8 1250 2 450 45 6 263
9 Matt Forte CHI 6 1200 2 500 50 3 262
10 Frank Gore SF 7 1250 2 400 40 4 251
11 Steven Jackson STL 8 1200 2 350 45 3 237
12 Peyton Hillis CLE 8 1100 1 350 45 4 236
13 Jahvid Best
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7 975 1 475 45 4 235
14 Maurice Jones-Drew JAC 8 1200 2 300 30 4 232
15 Michael Turner ATL 12 1300 0 125 20 3 228.5
16 Felix Jones DAL 6 1050 1 400 45 3 226
17 Ahmad Bradshaw NYG 6 1100 1 300 45 3 221
18 Shonn Greene NYJ 9 1300 0 100 15 5 199
19 DeAngelo Williams CAR 6 1050 1 225 30 3 193.5
20 Knowshon Moreno DEN 5 925 1 350 35 3 192.5
21 Mark Ingram NO 9 1150 1 100 15 4 192
22 LeGarrette Blount TB 10 1200 0 75 10 3 191.5
23 Ryan Mathews SD 6 975 1 250 35 5 189.5
24 Ryan Grant GB 7 1050 1 150 20 3 182
25 Joseph Addai IND 4 700 1 375 50 3 181.5
26 Fred Jackson BUF 6 950 1 225 30 5 179.5
27 Beanie Wells ARI 6 1000 0 150 25 3 170
28 Cedric Benson CIN 7 975 0 125 25 4 169
29 Mike Tolbert SD 7 800 1 175 30 4 167.5
30 Marshawn Lynch SEA 6 950 1 200 15 3 166
31 Reggie Bush MIA 3 650 2 350 35 1 163
32 Tim Hightower WAS 4 600 1 275 30 2 143.5
33 Daniel Thomas MIA 6 925 1 50 10 5 139.5
34 C.J. Spiller BUF 2 425 2 375 40 3 138
35 Brandon Jacobs NYG 7 825 0 50 10 4 131.5
36 Willis McGahee DEN 6 625 0 150 20 1 131.5
37 James Starks GB 4 550 1 250 25 2 131
38 Stevan Ridley NE 5 675 0 170 20 2 130.5
39 Jonathan Stewart CAR 6 775 0 100 10 3 127.5
40 Pierre Thomas NO 2 550 1 250 30 2 124
41 LaDainian Tomlinson NYJ 2 400 1 300 35 2 119
42 Leon Washington SEA 2 375 1 325 30 1 116
43 Michael Bush OAK 5 550 0 125 20 2 113.5
44 Rashad Jennings JAC 5 575 0 100 15 2 108.5
45 Roy Helu WAS 4 650 0 100 15 3 108
46 Bernard Scott CIN 1 450 1 225 30 1 107.5
47 BenJarvus Green-Ellis NE 5 650 0 50 7 2 103
48 Jacquizz Rodgers ATL 2 300 2 200 30 1 102
49 Danny Woodhead NE 1 250 1 300 35 1 100
50 Darren Sproles NO 2 275 2 300 20 1 99.5
51 Javon Ringer TEN 3 450 1 125 20 1 99.5
52 Shane Vereen NE 2 450 0 200 25 2 98
53 Delone Carter IND 5 550 0 50 9 1 97
54 Tashard Choice DAL 4 500 0 100 15 1 97
55 Demarco Murray DAL 2 300 1 200 30 1 96
56 LaRod Stephens-Howling ARI 1 225 1 350 25 0 94.5
57 Jason Snelling ATL 3 300 1 150 20 1 87
58 Justin Forsett SEA 2 350 1 175 20 2 86.5
59 Montario Hardesty CLE 2 425 0 150 20 3 83.5
60 Thomas Jones KC 4 450 0 75 10 2 82.5
61 Ronnie Brown MIA 3 250 1 100 15 0 74
62 Kendall Hunter SF 1 150 1 175 25 0 69.5
63 Ryan Torain WAS 2 400 0 50 15 2 68
64 Jerome Harrison PHI 2 225 0 125 20 1 65
65 Marion Barber DAL 4 300 0 50 7 1 64
66 Dexter McCluster KC 1 100 1 150 30 2 63
67 Evan Royster WAS 2 375 0 50 10 1 62.5
68 Ricky Williams BAL 2 200 0 100 20 1 60
69 Mike Goodson CAR 1 150 1 125 20 1 57.5
70 LeíRon McClain KC 2 200 0 75 15 1 52.5
71 Donald Brown IND 2 200 0 75 10 0 49.5
72 Toby Gerhart MIN 3 350 0 0 0 2 49
73 Anthony Dixon SF 2 300 0 25 5 1 47.5
74 Bilal Powell NYJ 1 200 1 50 7 1 42
75 Correll Buckhalter DEN 0 100 1 100 15 1 39
76 Derrick Ward HOU 1 150 0 75 10 1 36.5
77 Isaac Redman PIT 1 150 1 50 7 2 35
78 Chris Ivory NO 2 150 0 25 5 0 34.5
79 Taiwan Jones OAK 0 100 1 100 10 1 34
80 Ben Tate HOU 1 150 0 50 7 1 31
81 Joe McKnight NYJ 1 125 0 150 0 2 29.5
82 Maurice Morris DET 0 100 0 75 12 1 27.5
83 Deji Karim JAC 1 150 0 25 5 1 26.5
84 John Kuhn GB 1 200 0 0 0 1 24
85 Dion Lewis PHI 1 200 0 0 0 1 24
86 Jalen Parmele BAL 0 75 0 0 0 1 5.5
87 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
88 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

  1. Joe says:
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    Why so low on J-Stew? Worried that he’ll get injured? Won’t get enough carries? Or that he’s just not gonna be good?

  2. fred haase says:
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    1) Do you think losing Gallery and Miller hurts Mcfadden’s value due to the overall weakening of the O-line? Him and M.Bush were both very effective last season which makes me wonder…

    2)I am picking # 12 in a 12 team snake draft… PPR for wideouts only. With pix 12 and 13, which 2 do you recommend assuming they are still there…(R. White, Mendenhall, MJD, Vick, Mcfadden, C Johnson, Fitzgerald).

    3) I think I can wait until until round 9-10(#108-109) and pick up 2 QB’s should I choose to forego Vick or Rodgers in round 1&2. I should be able to choose from Bradford, Cutler, Stafford, Cassel or Kolb). Which 2 do you rec.

    Thanks in advance…

  3. sarge says:
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    Are you going to compile a list of the top 100 or so in running order for non-ppr?

  4. sarge says:
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    Are you going to publish a list of the top 100 or so players to draft in running order for non-ppr? I see you have the tiers… but I was wondering if you were going to do something like Grey does for his baseball rankings. He does a top 100, and top 300.
    Cheers

  5. sarge says:
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    Oops, I didn’t think my first post went through… sorry Doc.

  6. ray says:
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    you taking into account SoS?

  7. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @Joe: Without Fox you aren’t going to see quite as many opportunities for both and he doesn’t catch enough passes to be worth much in PPR.

    @fred haase: I think they can withstand the loss. McFadden is elite as long as he stays healthy. I like White and DMC. Stafford/Cutler

    @sarge: I will

    @ray: I try my hardest not to.

  8. herschel says:
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    @Doc: i am a fellow jc worshipper, but the signing of mcclain along with a rather tough late season schedule (pitt, chi, nyj and gb in weeks 12-15) have me questioning whether i should take him at 4 in a ppr league if he is there. please talk me off the ledge.

    thanks.

  9. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @herschel: A lot can happen between now and then. I take the best player no matter. I’m not worried about McClain/Jones. You can’t get much worse than last season and he was still a stud. If that stretch of games still looks horrible by mid season you could always look to trade.

  10. Trevor says:
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    What do you think of this deal in a dynasty league. I am getting Stafford, Chris Johnson (whom I both love), Deion Branch, Ryan Torain and I am giving up Reggie Wayne, Frank Gore, Matt Shaub, and Danario Alexander. I offered the trade with Mercedes Lewis in place of Danario so I would like to do it but idk now

  11. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @Trevor: Very good for you

  12. Trevor says:
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    Yeah i didnt even need to wait for you i wnet ahead and pulled the deal..Im very glad he let me keep Merced Lewis even though I have Jimmy Graham too

  13. @mikefisher81 says:
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    I’m really torn between Rice and Charles at the 4 spot, ppr obviously. I know McGahee is gone in BAL and Mclain is in KC now, but my gut is saying Charles. Talk to me into one of them haha.

  14. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @@mikefisher81: JC is the better talent

  15. Lem says:
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    Thanks for the great ppr list. Wondering why ridley as the first patriots rb? Not that he’s doing anything to disprove the idea, just looking for a reason to trust any NE RB.

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