2016 Rankings: Top-200 (Standard) | Top-200 (Half-PPR) | Top-200 (PPR) | QBRB (Standard) | RB (Half-PPR)RB (PPR) | WR (Standard) | WR (Half-PPR)WR (PPR) | TE (Standard) | TE (Half-PPR)TE (PPR) | K | DST

Dynasty Rankings: Top-150 | QB | RB | WR | TE | Top-50 Rookies

Year Accuracy Rank High Low Percentile
2015 57.5% 22 out of 123 59.9% 51.6% Top 20%
2014 58.1% 31 out of 125 60.7% 50.6% Top 25%

As stated yesterday, I’m happy to introduce position by position Half-PPR Rankings this year, the first time Razzball has ever done this. I can’t quite comment on why we never did this before, seeing as how it’s my own personal choice in terms of playing Fantasy Football, and of course, is our go-to format for the Razzball Commenter Leagues (which will be coming soon). Then again, my memory is probably one of my weaker points, most likely due to copious amounts of alcohol consumption. And other stuff. What were we talking about again? Regardless, here are your Running Backs ranked in order of preference in Half-PPR leagues…

Rank Name Team
1 Todd Gurley LA
2 David Johnson ARI
3 Ezekiel Elliott DAL
4 Adrian Peterson MIN
5 Devonta Freeman ATL
6 Lamar Miller HOU
7 Jamaal Charles KC
8 Mark Ingram NO
9 Le’Veon Bell PIT
10 LeSean McCoy BUF
11 Doug Martin TB
12 C.J. Anderson DEN
13 Eddie Lacy GB
14 Matt Forte NYJ
15 Dion Lewis NE
16 Carlos Hyde SF
17 Latavius Murray OAK
18 Thomas Rawls SEA
19 Ryan Mathews PHI
20 Jonathan Stewart CAR
21 Danny Woodhead SD
22 Giovani Bernard CIN
23 Jeremy Hill CIN
24 DeMarco Murray TEN
25 Matt Jones WAS
26 Duke Johnson CLE
27 Frank Gore IND
28 Jeremy Langford CHI
29 Ameer Abdullah DET
30 Charles Sims TB
31 Melvin Gordon SD
32 Chris Ivory JAC
33 Arian Foster MIA
34 Rashad Jennings NYG
35 DeAngelo Williams PIT
36 T.J. Yeldon JAC
37 Jay Ajayi MIA
38 Justin Forsett BAL
39 Isaiah Crowell CLE
40 Derrick Henry TEN
41 Tevin Coleman ATL
42 Shane Vereen NYG
43 Theo Riddick DET
44 Bilal Powell NYJ
45 LeGarrette Blount NE
46 C.J. Prosise SEA
47 Jordan Howard CHI
48 Javorius Allen BAL
49 Jerick McKinnon MIN
50 DeAndre Washington OAK
51 Kenneth Dixon BAL
52 James Starks GB
53 Darren Sproles PHI
54 Paul Perkins NYG
55 Karlos Williams BUF
56 Wendell Smallwood PHI
57 Chris Thompson WAS
58 Devontae Booker DEN
59 Chris Johnson ARI
60 Shaun Draughn SF
61 Tyler Ervin HOU
62 Darren McFadden DAL
63 Tim Hightower NO
64 Charcandrick West KC
65 C.J. Spiller NO
66 Alfred Morris DAL
67 Kenyan Drake MIA
68 Spencer Ware KC
69 Josh Ferguson IND
70 James White NE
71 Ronnie Hillman DEN
72 Christine Michael SEA
73 Cameron Artis-Payne CAR
74 Andre Ellington ARI
75 Zach Zenner DET
76 Keith Marshall WAS
77 Khiry Robinson NYJ
78 Ka’Deem Carey CHI
79 Lance Dunbar DAL
80 Mike Gillislee BUF
81 Jonathan Williams BUF
82 Mike Tolbert CAR
83 Benny Cunningham LA
84 Stevan Ridley DET
85 Alfred Blue HOU
86 Antonio Andrews TEN
87 Robert Turbin IND
88 Deon Anderson MIA
89 DeShawn Wynn NO
90 Damien Williams MIA
91 Terrance West BAL
92 Tre Mason LA
93 Denard Robinson JAC
94 Knile Davis KC
95 Terrell Watson CLE
96 Branden Oliver SD
97 Dexter McCluster TEN
98 David Cobb TEN
99 Orleans Darkwa NYG
100 Alex Collins SEA
101 Joique Bell FA
102 Kelvin Taylor SF
103 Jonathan Grimes HOU
104 Andre Williams NYG
105 Roy Helu OAK
106 Daniel Lasco NO
107 Bishop Sankey TEN
108 Brandon Bolden NE
109 Matt Asiata MIN
110 Trent Richardson BAL
111 Rex Burkhead CIN
112 Mike Davis SF
113 Jordan Todman IND
114 Lorenzo Taliaferro BAL
115 Marcel Reece OAK
116 Donald Brown NE
117 Travaris Cadet NO
118 Kenjon Barner PHI
119 Reggie Bush FA
120 Juwan Thompson DEN
121 Taiwan Jones OAK
122 Terron Ward ATL
123 Fitzgerald Toussaint PIT
124 Fozzy Whittaker CAR
125 Jonas Gray JAC
126 Dwayne Washington DET
127 Jacquizz Rodgers CHI
128 Mike James TB
129 John Crockett GB
130 Daryl Richardson PIT

  1. Matt says:
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    Are you doing auction values again, and if so, when should we expect them? Thanks!

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Matt: I am and I think next week is when I’ll take care of that. Thanks for the heads up, I actually hadn’t thought that far ahead.

      • Matt says:
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        @Jay:

      • Matt says:
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        @Jay: That would be awesome. Thanks again.

  2. Dorian S. says:
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    Hey Jay! Thanks for these half-PPR rankings. They are great.

    Though, I must ask. In the previous column you answered that Paul Perkins would be a better option than Tevin Coleman. However, in the rankings here, you have Tevin over Perkins. Is that because you think Perkins has a better chance of getting starts over Tevin?

    Thanks so much!

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Dorian S.: Yeah, I see what I did wrong, I had a brainfart when answering you. I actually meant I had Coleman ahead by a little of Perkins. I like both, but like you sorta alluded to here, I think Coleman actually might get some more volume. Sorry about that!

      • Dorian S. says:
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        @Jay: No worries! I’m just glad to have that straightened out. Kind of figured once I saw it that you may have meant that, so I figured to double check. I tried jumping people to get Tevin, but it didn’t happen. Surprisingly someone took Perkins. I’m just hoping that the guy in front of me doesn’t nab him.

        Also, I’m glad I backed out of my decision to draft Geno, instead picking up WR Michael Thomas. With Fitz money all guaranteed, there’s no chance he plays unless Fitz gets hurt.

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @Dorian S.: Yeah, I don’t think Geno’s that strong of a backup either.

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