Top Tier: Chris Johnson, Arian Foster, Maurice Jones-Drew, Peyton Hillis, LeSean McCoy, Adrian Peterson*, Michael Turner, Steven Jackson, Ronnie Brown, Matt Forte, Ronnie Brown.

Middle: Jamaal Charles, Mike Tolbert, Cedric Benson, BenJarvus Green-Ellis, Danny Woodhead, Thomas Jones, Fred Jackson, Brandon Jacobs, Ahmad Bradshaw, Ray Rice, Darren McFadden, Darren Sproles, Tim Hightower, LaDainian Tomlinson, Rashard Mendenhall, Ricky Williams, Brian Westbrook, Felix Jones, Mike Goodson, LeGarrette Blount, Reggie Bush.

Bottom: Shonn GrenneKeiland Williams, Beanie Wells, Justin Forsett, Toby Gerhart*, Jonathan Stewart, Brandon Jackson, Chris Ivory, Maurice Morris, Dexter McCluster, Marshawn Lynch, Aaron Brown, Donald Brown, Carnell Williams, Ryan Mathews, Jason Snelling, C.J. Spiller, LaRod Stephens-Howling.

  1. mason says:

    is jahvid best worth keeping? theres only 3 weeks left in my fantasy leauge (countig the playoffs) is he gonna do any good to my team?

    • It depends on how much depth you have at RB. It could be worth keeping him around. Then again, he hasn’t done much of anything since Week 2. Unless you are paper thin at RB, drop him.

      • mason says:

        but like if i drop him, then i would have to pick a defense up, because its not like if a need him that much, and there arent any players left in the waivers which could be usefull to me…i picked him because he was on the waivers, so yeah idk…what do u guys think? keep him?

        • Well if there is no one else to pick up, then keep him.

          What about Maurice Morris, Brian Westbrook, Mike Goodson, Jonathan Stewart, Chris Ivory, Donald Brown, or Felix Jones? Are any of them available? All of them would be better alternatives.

          • mason says:

            johathan stewart and chris ivory are available! which one should i get?

          • This is a tough decision.

            Stewart is sharing reps with Goodson, but Stewart has reputation of being one of the better RBs in the league.

            It looks like Ivory has the starting job in New Orleans right now, but that could change with Bush back and Pierre Thomas returning soon.

            If you are picking up someone for this week. Grab Ivory. If you are looking long-term, pick up Stewart.

  2. hanginon says:

    pick 3, Ward, Johnson, Jennings and Lloyd. Also M. Floyd is available, would it be worth it dropping the likes of Ward and picking him up

    • Assuming Johnson, is Calvin Johnson…

      Go with Jennings, Lloyd, and Johnson. It’s hard to know what to expect from Pittsburgh’s passing game with Roethlisberger injured.

      Malcom Floyd is expected to return this week. Considering San Diego’s injuries at WR, Floyd could be a great pick up, but he is always a risk with his health. With your depth at WR, it may be a good risk to take.

  3. Sean says:

    Mike Tolbert was dropped for some strange reason in my league should I drop my back up RB Thomas Jones to pick him up?

    • Sean says:

      I could also drop BenJarvus Green-Ellis…

      • FFR Squad says:

        Yes, we would go with Tolbert over Thomas Jones the rest of the way. Do you have any backup receivers or TE’s you can drop?

        • Sean says:

          The only other guy I could drop would be Malcom Floyd… That leaves me kinda thin at the wr backups, but I suppose it being so late in the season I don’t really need more then one backup… What do you think?

          • Hang on to Malcom Floyd. Drop TJones for Tolbert. As the Chiefs figure out what the rest of the world already knows, Charles is the best rb in the NFL, they’ve been giving Jones less and less carries.

  4. Phillip says:

    Jamaal Charles or Ronnie Brown?

  5. anderson says:

    who should i start? brandon jacobs or brandon jackson

    • Go with Jacobs. Jackson doesn’t seem to get much done with the Packers offense. The only time he has any fantasy value is when the Packers are on the goal line, where Jackson gets an occasional carry.

      Jacobs should see some room to run vs. Washington.