Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Rest of Season Rankings (Week 11-16)

Rest of Season Rankings (ROS) Week 11-16
These rankings should be used in helping you making trades down the line and looking towards the future. These rankings are based on matchups going forward and how the player is performing currently. Enjoy :)

  1. Drew Brees
  2. Peyton Manning
  3. Matthew Stafford
  4. Tony Romo
  5. Cam Newton
  6. Tom Brady
  7. Philip Rivers
  8. Robert Griffin III
  9. Russell Wilson
  10. Andrew Luck
  11. Nick Foles
  12. Matt Ryan
  13. Colin Kaepernick
  14. Aaron Rodgers- Out
  15. Case Keenum
  16. Andy Dalton
  17. Terrelle Pryor
  18. Ben Roethlisberger
  19. Eli Manning
  20. Ryan Tannehill
  • I'm a little higher on Nick Foles than most. I feel he gets to keep the job in Phily and he has shown a lot of promise with it. he could be higher on this list as we go forward. the same goes for Case Keenum. He is playing for a future starting job and has shown the part of a starting QB. He doesn't turn the ball over much and is relying on his most talented player (Andre Johnson). There a re 3 elite QBs this year, and they are named Drew Brees, Peyton Manning, and Matthew Stafford. They have successfully separated themselves from everyone else.
  1. Adrian Peterson
  2. Jamaal Charles
  3. Marshawn Lynch
  4. LeSean McCoy
  5. Matt Forte
  6. Frank Gore
  7. Alfred Morris
  8. Eddie Lacy
  9. Reggie Bush
  10. Zac Stacy
  11. Knowshon Moreno
  12. Chris Johnson
  13. Stevan Ridely
  14. Chris Johnson
  15. Le'Veon Bell
  16. Giovani Bernard
  17. CJ Spiller
  18. Maurice Jones-Drew
  19. Andre Brown
  20. Danny Woodhead
  21. Fred Jackson
  22. Ben Tate
  23. Darren Sproles
  24. Ray Rice
  25. Ryan Mathews
  26. Lamar Miller
  27. Andre Ellington
  28. Steven Jackson
  29. Darren McFadden
  30. Shane Vereen
  • I'm loving what I'm seeing from Alfred Morris lately. He gets the opportunity and has been producing. For all the talk of losing goal line work to Roy Helu and Darrell Young, I say to those people it does not matter! Morris will still produce. Zac Stacy has been the best pickup of the year. St. Louis has found their RB of the future. Stacy reminds me of a Maurice jones-Drew/Ray Rice. He gains yardage, gets goal line touches, and can catch passes out off the backfield. He is here to stay and is the real deal! Andre Brown could quite possibly finish out the season as a top 15 RB. If he can stay healthy the opportunity will be there. Feel free to trust in him.
  1. Calvin Johnson
  2. AJ Green
  3. Dez Bryant
  4. Brandon Marshall
  5. Demaryius Thomas
  6. Andre Johnson
  7. DeSean Jackson
  8. Wes Welker
  9. Pierre Garcon
  10. Vincent Jackson
  11. Jordy Nelson
  12. Victor Cruz
  13. TY Hilton
  14. Antonio Brown
  15. Josh Gordon
  16. Eric Decker
  17. Torrey Smith
  18. Keenan Allen
  19. Alshon Jeffery
  20. Larry Fitzgerald
  21. Cecil Shorts
  22. Terrance Williams
  23. Danny Amendola
  24. Riley Cooper
  25. Roddy White
  26. Steve Smith
  27. Mike Wallace
  28. Percy Harvin
  29. Marques Colston
  30. Hakeem Nicks
  31. Anquan Boldin
  32. James Jones
  33. Harry Douglas
  34. Aaron Dobson
  35. Jarrett Boykin
  36. Stevie Johnson
  37. Rueben Randle
  38. Kendall Wright
  39. Denarius Moore
  40. Brian Hartline
  • This just in, Andre Johnson is now scoring touchdowns! As stated before with Case Keenum, Johnson is playing amazingly. He has a good chance of moving up this list going forward. Jordy Nelson is an interesting name here. Until Aaron Rodgers returns he will be a WR2. Once Rodgers returns he will immediately go back up to a top 6 WR. He was on fire with Rodgers. I am very high on Riley Cooper compared to most. He is connecting with Foles and fantasy owners are loving it. I don't anticipate this type of production to continue (obviously!) but he could easily average around 70 yards a game and a TD in every other contest, which are WR2 numbers.
  1. Jimmy Graham
  2. Rob Gronkowski
  3. Julius Thomas
  4. Vernon Davis
  5. Jordan Cameron
  6. Antonio Gates
  7. Jordan Reed
  8. Coby Fleener
  9. Jason Witten
  10. Tony Gonzalez
  11. Greg Olsen
  12. Martellus Bennett
  13. Heath Miller
  14. Tim Wright
  15. Jared Cook
  • I am higher on Coby Fleener than anyone else I have read. Since Reggie Wayne tore his ACL and wa sput on IR Fleener has put up decent numbers. After TY Hilton, Fleener is the next target than Andrew Luck looks toward. Jordan Reed is the real deal. He is getting the targets and making the most of those targets. Robert Griffin III seems to really like this kid. I am fairly low on Jason Witten due to the fact that he is very inconsistant. He is one of those players that will put up either 2-4 point game or a 15-17 point game. he has only 3 games of over 7 points on the season.

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