Fantasy Football Rankings Week 15: Running


Week 15 is the time when all interested Saquon Barkley owners can finally find some joy. It is near the top of our RB fantasy ranking thanks to a clash against Miami. The choice by consensus No. 1 in the fantasy leagues has been a relative disappointment, but for those of you in your fantasy playoff semifinals, it's Barkley's time.

Beyond the obvious moves, there are many injuries to watch. Derrius Guice injured his knee on Sunday, while Jordan Howard is still dealing with his shoulder injury. There is also the matter of James Conner (shoulder), whose absence has continually turned Benny Snell Jr. into a good fantasy work, but his potential return in Week 15 could ruin that.

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Earlier in the week, reports emerged that Josh Jacobs had been playing with a fractured shoulder since week 7, and after he was expected to play in week 14, he was retained and scheduled to have an MRI. His absence means that DeAndre Washington is a rebound in the standard leagues and Jalen Richard an option in the PPR leagues.

Stay tuned during the week on the status of Le & # 39; Veon Bell, who was away on Sunday due to illness. Bilal Powell would be a decent play on Thursday night against the Ravens, especially in the PPR leagues, if Bell remains on the shelf.

Our final possible recommendation comes from the backfield of Tampa Bay, except that we cannot say with confidence what back. The Bucs face the Lions in Week 15, one of the best runners clashes. Both Ronald Jones and Peyton Barber led 11 times in week 14, for 36 and 34 yards, respectively. We would lean towards Jones as a usable FLEX option, but we know there is the usual risk when it comes to using a Tampa Bay RB this season.

Reminder: As always, we expect to make many changes to these rankings during the week, so check for updates.

  • 26 James White, NE @ CIN
    27 Devonta Freeman, ATL @ SF
    28 Jordan Howard, PHI @ WAS
    29 Drake from Kenya, ARZ vs. CLE
    30 Ronald Jones, TB @ DET
    31 miles Sanders, PHI @ WAS
    32 Peyton Barber, TB @ DET
    33 Sony Michel, NE @ CIN
    34 Derrius Guice, WAS vs. PHI
    35 Patrick Laird, MIA @ NYG
    36 Damien Williams, KC vs. DEN
    37 Bo Scarbrough, DET vs. TB
    38 Latavius ​​Murray, NO vs. IND
    39 Adrian Peterson, WAS vs. PHI
    40 Royce Freeman, DEN @ KC
    41 Jamaal Williams, GB vs. CHI
    42 Matt Breida, SF vs. ATL
    43 Tarik Cohen, CHI @ GB
    44 David Johnson, ARZ vs. CLE
    45 LeSean McCoy, KC vs. DEN
    46 Duke Johnson Jr., HOU @ TEN
    47 Nyheim Hines, IND @ NO
    48 Bilal Powell, NYJ @ BAL
    49 Dare Ogunbowale, TB @ DET
    50 Jaylen Samuels, PIT vs. BUF
    51 C.J. Prosise, SEA @ CAR
    52 Rex Burkhead, NE @ CIN
    53 Gus Edwards, BAL vs. NYJ
    54 Frank Gore, BUF @ PIT
    55 Tevin Coleman, SF vs. ATL
    56 Brian Hill, ATL @ SF
    57 Malcolm Brown, LAR @ DAL
    58 Alexander Mattison, MIN @ LAC
    59 Darwin Thompson, KC vs. DEN
    60 J.D. McKissic, DET vs. TB
    61 Dion Lewis, TEN vs. HOU
    62 Tony Pollard, DAL vs. LAR
    63 Myles Gaskin, MIA @ NYG
    64 Giovani Bernard, CIN vs. NE
    65 Wayne Gallman, NYG vs. MINE