Week 10 Running Back Rankings

Week 10 Running Back Rankings
Week 10 Running Back Rankings. Photo courtesy of USAToday

Running Backs are some of the most important Fantasy Football assets. That’s why it is necessary to check the ranking each and every week to see how your Running Backs are sliding down and up in the rankings.

1 Le’Veon Bell The Colts are the 27th ranked rushing defense
2 Doug Martin The Jets have the fourth-worst run defense
 3 Ezekiel Elliott  Suspension. Should be replaced by a trio of running backs including Alfred Morris.
 4 Melvin Gordon  Jaguars excellent pass defense forces teams to run often.
 5 Kareem Hunt  Bye week- Consider Elijah McGuire with Forte injured
 6 Lesean McCoy An MVP candidate, can he do enough to equal Brees’ offense’s scoring
 7 Chris Thompson  Vikings second-best rushing defense is well-rested after a bye
 8 Devonta Freeman  Scored three touchdowns last time he ran against the Cowboys
 9 Joe Mixon  The Titans defense has been stout after a rough start.
 10 Carlos Hyde The Giants are plagued by injuries on defense.
 11 Jordan Howard Has games of 90,22, and 53 yards against the Packers.
 12 Mark Ingram  The Bills have the eighth best run defense but are weak against the pass.
 13 Lamar Miller Miller must get it going against the 23 ranked Rams defense. He’s yet to rush for 80 yards in a game this year. Could be Foreman time soon.
 14 Alvin Kamara  The Bills weak pass defense could be in Kamara’s favor.
 15 LeGarrette Blount Bye week- Should remain goalline back despite Ayaji’s presence
 16 Frank Gore  The Steelers allow one of the highest ypc at 4.5.
 17 Christian McCaffrey  The Dolphins are an overlooked stout defense but the Panthers have to find a way to use their playmaker.
 18 Jalen Richard  Bye week- “Sit on” D’onta Foreman for a week, see what happens.
 19 C.J Anderson  The Pats are a defensive welcome mat but don’t forget who their coach is.
 20 Mike Gillislee The Broncos will not shutdown Brady and company.
 21 Duke Johnson With Slay shutting down the only Browns receiving threat, Duke could be a PPR surprise.
 22 Jerick Mckinnon He’s not a star, no matter how many times the Vikings act like he is.
 23 Latavius Murray Murray gets plenty of carries for a supposed second fiddle
 24 DeMarco Murray  The Bengals allow 116 yards per game rushing.
 25 Derrick Henry  He will take over the rushing duties once the Titans get a considerable lead.

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