Fantasy Football: Week 13 PPR Rankings


Updated Friday, November 29th


1. Tom Brady- offense is clicking at an elite level again

3. Cam Newton

4. Peyton Manning- only 12 points last week, should bounce back

5. Russell Wilson

6. Drew Brees- match-up proof, but temper expectations in Seattle

8. Nick Foles- tough matchup, but just too good lately to sit

9. Andrew Luck

10. Phillip Rivers

12. Colin Kaepernick

13. Ryan Fitzpatrick- he’s got the “Fitz-Magic” in him

14. Andy Dalton

15. Matt Ryan

16. Eli Manning

17. Robert Griffin III- just can’t trust him these days with a team in disarray.

18. Carson Palmer- could be a sneaky good start, been rolling of late

19. Josh McCown

20. Mike Glennon- probably deserves better, but the Panthers defense is legit

21. Case Keenum

22. Alex Smith

24. Ryan Tannehill

25. Brandon Weeden

26. Christian Ponder

28. Kellen Clemons

29. E.J. Manuel

30. Chad Henne

31. Geno Smith


Running Backs

1. Jamaal Charles- just catches so many passes

2. Lesean McCoy

3. Marshawn Lynch- over 100 yards and a TD seems like an every week occurrence

4. Adrian Peterson

5. Matt Forte

6. Shane Vereen- his floor is 14 points in a PPR. 8 receptions in back to back games

8. Andre Brown- averaging over 25 touches per game since his return

9. Giovanni Bernard

10. Danny Woodhead- as consistent as they come in PPR

11. Pierre Thomas- remember when we couldn’t trust him?

13. Frank Gore- seems like he’s always banged up this time of year

14. Alfred Morris- poor guy can’t do everything

15. Maurice Jones-Drew- relevant again

16. Chris Johnson

20. Steven Jackson

22. C.J. Spiller

23. Lamar Miller- with Daniel Thomas out, could this be the week?

24. Fred Jackson

25. Ben Tate

26. Montee Ball- fumbling away opportunity after opportunity

27. Benny Cunningham- assuming Zac Stacy doesn’t play

28. Chris Ogbonnaya

29. Stevan Ridley- stuck in Bill’s doghouse, good luck guessing how often he’s used

30. Bobby Rainey

31. Darren Sproles

32. Donald Brown- went off against the Colts two weeks ago

33. Andre Ellington

34. Bilal Powell- could catch a few passes if Ivory sits with an ankle injury

35. Deangelo Williams

36. Mark Ingram

37. Dennis Johnson

38. Brandon Jacobs

39. C.J. Anderson

40. Rashard Mendenhall

41. Fozzy Whittaker- he should start each game with five points with that first name

42. Brandon Bolden

43. Roy Helu Jr.

45. Brian Leonard

46. Willis McGahee

47. Mark Ingram

49. Bernard Pierce


Wide Receivers

2. A.J. Green

3. Josh Gordon- doesn’t matter whose throwing him the ball

4. Demaryius Thomas

5. Brandon Marshall- he’ll be even better when Cutler returns

6. Victor Cruz- should get deep for a couple against a terrible WAS secondary

9. Andre Johnson- garbage time anyone?

10. Pierre Garcon- his floor is 5-6 catches

11. Larry Fitzgerald

12. Desean Jackson- tough matchup with Patrick Peterson

14. Wes Welker

15. Vincent Jackson

16. T.Y. Hilton

17. Kendall Wright- value shoots up in a PPR

18. Harry Douglas- same for this guy

19. Keenan Allen

21. Alshon Jeffery

23. Percy Harvin- going to get stronger every week

24. Danny Amendola- should be more involved this week

25. Steve Smith- still reliable

26. Eric Decker

27. Michael Floyd- He and Carson have been making sweet music together lately

28. Mike Wallace- definition of boom or bust

29. Riley Cooper

30. Marques Colston

31. Anquan Boldin- had a big game against the Rams earlier this year

34. Cecil Shorts- been disappointing since Blackmon’s suspension

35. Dwayne Bowe

36. Stevie Johnson

37. Tavon Austin

38. Hakeem Nicks- never feel comfortable starting this guy, but if he plays the match-up is right

39. Roddy White- a lost season….

40. Cordelle Patterson- usage is up lately

41. Tiquan Underwood

42. Justin Hunter- physical specimen who is just going to get better

43. Deandre Hopkins

46. Golden Tate

47. Tavon Austin

48. Brian Hartline

50. Aaron Dobson- a lottery ticket at best


Tight Ends

1. Rob Gronkowski- he’ll be here every game he’s healthy the rest of the season

2. Jimmy Graham- same goes for this guy

3. Vernon Davis- already has eight scores this year

5. Julius Thomas- if he plays

6. Coby Fleener- getting a ton of targets

7. Tony Gonzalez

8. Greg Olsen

9. Delanie Walker

10. Jordan Reed

11. Antonio Gates- slowing down considerably

12. Tim Wright

13. Martellus Bennett

14. Charles Clay

15. Jordan Cameron- hope you sold high…

16. Garrett Graham

18. Ledarius Green- a star in the making

19. Ron Housler

20. Jared Cook

21. Jermaine Gresham

22. John Carlson

23. Scott Chandler

24. Brandon Myers

25. Jeff Cumberland


Defense/Special Teams

1. Carolina Panthers

2. San Francisco 49ers

3. New England Patriots

4. Buffalo Bills- Falcons are giving up 13 PPG to fantasy defense since Julio went on IR

5. Denver Broncos

6. Miami Dolphins- Geno Smith is the best thing since Mark Sanchez

7. Cincinnati Bengals

9. Seattle Seahawks

10. Cleveland Browns

11. Arizona Cardinals- better than you think

12. New York Giants- been much better of later

14. St. Louis Rams

16. Chicago Bears- great matchup, but just too many injuries

17. Indianapolis Colts

18. New York Jets

19. Atlanta Falcons

20. San Diego Chargers- you never know with Andy Dalton

21. Kansas City Chiefs

22. New Orleans Saints

23. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

24. Philadelphia Eagles

28. Tennessee Titans

29. Washington Redskins

30. Jacksonville Jaguars

31. Minnesota Vikings

32. Houston Texans



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