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Fantasy Football Running Backs Rankings (Tiers 1-3)- 2023 Best Ball Leagues

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The initial weeks of the offseason are now behind us and player movement that transpired during the process of free agency has provided some running backs with pathways toward favorable roles in their new environments. This includes Miles Sanders, David Montgomery, Samaje Perine, and Jamaal Williams who are positioned to thrive in their new landing spots.

The uncertain status of other backs (Saquon Barkley, Josh Jacobs, and Tony Pollard) has been clarified through the deployment of franchise tags, while the future remains unsettled for several others (Austin Ekeler/Joe Mixon/Alvin Kamara/Ezekiel Elliott). All recent developments have accelerated participation in best ball drafts as fantasy managers embrace the opportunity to assemble rosters following the inevitable rises and declines in these players' ADPs.

These alterations within the fantasy landscape have also been infused into the tiered rankings at RotoBaller, and this article will examine running backs who are contained in tiers 1-3. We will continually update our rankings in every format throughout the offseason and you can find the latest fantasy football rankings here.

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Running Back Best-Ball Rankings

Position Rank  Position   Tier Player Name Overall    Rank Overall    Tier
1 1 Christian McCaffrey 3 1
2 1 Austin Ekeler 4 1
3 1 Jonathan Taylor 10 2
4 1 Saquon Barkley 12 2
5 2 Kenneth Walker III 16 2
6 2 Nick Chubb 17 2
7 2 Bijan Robinson 18 2
8 2 Derrick Henry 20 3
9 2 Josh Jacobs 21 3
10 2 Travis Etienne Jr. 22 3
11 2 Breece Hall 23 3
12 2 Rhamondre Stevenson 24 3
13 3 Tony Pollard 31 4
14 3 Aaron Jones 34 4
15 3 Najee Harris 35 4
16 4 Joe Mixon 38 4
17 4 Dalvin Cook 42 4
18 4 Jahmyr Gibbs 53 5
19 4 D'Andre Swift 56 5
20 4 J.K. Dobbins 61 6
21 4 Miles Sanders 66 6
22 4 David Montgomery 69 6
23 5 Javonte Williams 71 6
24 5 James Conner 72 6
25 5 Cam Akers 74 7
26 5 James Cook 77 7
27 5 Khalil Herbert 86 7
28 5 Tyler Allgeier 87 8
29 5 Dameon Pierce 88 8
30 5 Isiah Pacheco 90 8
31 5 Alvin Kamara 93 8
32 5 Rachaad White 94 8
33 6 Brian Robinson Jr. 96 8
34 6 Zach Charbonnet 98 8
35 6 Rashaad Penny 99 8
36 6 AJ Dillon 101 9
37 6 Jamaal Williams 102 9
38 6 Kenneth Gainwell 108 9
39 6 Antonio Gibson 116 10
40 6 Damien Harris 118 10
41 6 Alexander Mattison 128 10
42 6 Elijah Mitchell 131 10
43 6 Raheem Mostert 135 11
44 6 Jeff Wilson Jr. 137 11
45 7 D'Onta Foreman 142 11
46 7 Jaylen Warren 149 12
47 7 Zach Evans 153 12
48 7 Samaje Perine 154 12
49 7 Ezekiel Elliott 155 12
50 7 Cordarrelle Patterson 160 13
51 7 Devon Achane 161 13
52 7 Devin Singletary 163 13
53 7 Chuba Hubbard 165 13
54 7 Leonard Fournette 166 13
55 7 Kareem Hunt 169 13
56 7 Jerome Ford 174 13
57 7 Kendre Miller 176 13
58 7 Tyjae Spears 177 13
59 8 DeeJay Dallas 182 14
59 8 Jerick McKinnon 183 14
60 8 Zamir White 188 14
61 8 James Robinson 194 14
62 8 Tank Bigsby 198 14
63 8 Israel Abanikanda 199 14
64 8 Roschon Johnson 200 14
65 8 Chris Evans 201 14
66 8 Michael Carter 202 15
67 8 Joshua Kelley 203 15
68 8 Pierre Strong Jr. 204 15
69 8 Gus Edwards 207 15
70 9 Matt Breida 219 15
71 9 D'Ernest Johnson 220 15
72 9 Boston Scott 229 16
73 9 Chase Edmonds 232 16
74 9 Kenny McIntosh 233 16
75 9 Ty Chandler 235 16
76 9 Chase Brown 241 16
77 9 Caleb Huntley 242 16
78 9 Kyren Williams 244 16
79 9 Eric Gray 250 17
80 9 Craig Reynolds 251 17
81 9 JaMycal Hasty 252 17
82 9 Dontrell Hilliard 253 17
83 9 Zonovan Knight 259 17
84 9 Trestan Ebner 260 17
85 9 Hassan Haskins 262 18
86 9 Jordan Mason 264 18
87 10 Deon Jackson 267 18
88 10 DeWayne McBride 270 18
89 10 Clyde Edwards-Helaire 275 18
90 10 Tyrion Davis-Price 281 18
91 10 Evan Hull 284 18
92 10 Isaiah Spiller 285 18
93 10 Deuce Vaughn 287 18
94 10 Rico Dowdle 289 18
95 10 Malik Davis 294 18
96 10 Zack Moss 296 18
97 10 Nyheim Hines 299 18
97 10 J.D. McKissic 301 19
98 10 Keaton Mitchell 310 19
99 10 Avery Williams 313 19
100 10 Raheem Blackshear 316 20

Tier 1

Christian McCaffrey, Austin EkelerJonathan Taylor, Saquon Barkley 

Anyone who secured McCaffrey at the onset of their 2022 drafts despite his recent history of lingering injuries was rewarded for their decision. He vaulted to second with an average of 18.5 points per game, while finishing ninth in rushing attempts (244/14.4 per game), seventh in rushing yardage (1,139/67.0 per game), eighth in yards before contact (683), and 10th in yards after contact (456).

McCaffrey was also 12th in carries (159/14.5.per game), and ninth in yardage (746/67.8 per game after he was traded to San Francisco (Weeks 7-18) while leading all backs in receiving yards (464/42.2 per game) finishing second in receptions (52/4.7 per game), and rising to third in targets (65/5.9 per game). McCaffrey will reclaim his role as the 49ers’ lead back and his ability to elude health issues last season should diminish the injury concerns that existed one year ago. That also cements him as the first back to select during all drafts.

Ekeler averaged a league-best 18.8 points per game average while performing in 17 matchups. The favorable blend of availability, exceptional talent, and an extensive role within the Chargers’ offense also propelled him to career-highs in rushing yardage (915/53.8 per game), and rushing touchdowns (13). Ekeler also eclipsed 200+ rushing attempts for a second consecutive year (204/12 per game), while securing career highs in targets (127/7.5 per game), and receptions (107/6.3 per game), and leading all backs in both categories.

He also paced his position in receiving yards (722/42.5 per game), finished fourth in routes run (351), was targeted on a league-high 36.2% of his routes, and led the league in both yards after catch (843), and total touchdowns (18).

Weeks 1-18 Targets Targ/Gm Rec Rec/Gm
Austin Ekeler 127 7.5 107 6.3
Christian McCaffrey 108 6.4 85 5
Rhamondre Stevenson 89 5.2 69 4.1
Leonard Fournette 83 5.2 73 4.6
Alvin Kamara 77 5.1 57 3.8
Saquon Barkley 76 4.8 57 3.6
Joe Mixon 75 5.4 60 4.3
Aaron Jones 72 4.2 59 3.4
Jerick McKinnon 71 4.2 56 3.3
D'Andre Swift 70 5 48 3.4
Josh Jacobs 64 3.8 53 3.1


Weeks 1-18 Total Touchdowns
Austin Ekeler 18
Jamaal Williams 17
Derrick Henry 13
Christian McCaffrey 13
Nick Chubb 13
Josh Jacobs 12
Tony Pollard 12
Ezekiel Elliott 12
Miles Sanders 11
Jerick McKinnon 10
Dalvin Cook 10

Ekeler’s frustration with his failure to secure a contract extension has fueled his request for a trade. The situation remains unresolved, although Ekeler’s status as the second back to prioritize remains intact.

Anyone who seized Taylor with the first overall selection during 2022 drafts is already aware of the results that transpired during his disappointing season. Taylor stockpiled 175 total yards in Week 1 while generating 161 rushing yards on 31 attempts and accumulating seven targets. However, he only averaged 60.2 yards per game from Weeks 2-9, while contending with a high ankle sprain that sidelined him during three matchups. He remerged to average 21.3 carries and 99.8 yards per game from Weeks 10-13, before sustaining a season-ending injury to his problematic ankle.

His six-game absence led to a decline in his overall numbers when contrasted with 2021 (1,811/861 rushing yards), (18/4 rushing touchdowns), while his yards-per-game average also decreased by 28.2 (106.5/78.3). Despite the discouraging developments that unfolded last season, Taylor’s ability to capitalize on his integral role with the Colts elevates him among the top three backs that should be targeted during your drafts.

Barkley was the 10th back to be selected during the majority of 2022 drafts but ultimately finished fifth with a 16.0 points-per-game average. He evaded health issues while accumulating 352 touches, including his career-high 295 rushing attempts (18.4 per game) – which placed him fourth overall. He also finished fourth in rushing yardage (1,312/82 per game), yards before contact (749), and yards after contact (563), while also generating 10 touchdowns.

Barkley was also fifth among all backs in targets (76/4.8 per game), fifth in routes run (528), and seventh in receptions (57/3.6 per game) while assembling 338 receiving yards (21.1 per game) as a pass-catcher. Barkley currently resides atop a depth chart that only contains Matt Breida and Gary Brightwell, which leaves him without a discernible threat to his role as the Giants’ primary back. That provides your incentive to target him late in Round 1 of your drafts.


Tier 2

Kenneth Walker, Nick Chubb, Bijan Robinson, Derrick Henry, Josh Jacobs, Travis Etienne, Breece Hall, Rhamondre Stevenson

Walker was inactive during Seattle’s season opener and did not exceed 25 snaps until Week 5. However, he soared to fourth in rushing yards from Weeks 5-18 (992/82.7 per game), and tied for the league lead in rushes of 20+ yards (9). Walker was also second in games of 100+ yards (5), fifth in carries (213/17.8 per game), and sixth in touchdowns (9).

Weeks 5-18 Yards Yards/Gm Attempts Att/Gm
Josh Jacobs 1317 101.3 270 20.8
Derrick Henry 1232 102.7 273 22.8
Nick Chubb 1066 82 221 17
Kenneth Walker 992 82.7 213 17.8
Travis Etienne 981 75.5 186 14.3
Miles Sanders 913 70.2 187 14.4
D'Onta Foreman 898 69.1 198 15.2
Tyler Allgeier 896 68.9 184 14.2
Dalvin Cook 894 68.8 201 16.2
Saquon Barkley 849 70.8 211 17.6

His numbers during that span ultimately propelled him to 10th in rushing yards (1,050/70 per game), and attempts (228/15.2 per game), from Weeks 1-18, while he was also second in runs of 20+ (10), fourth in games of 100+ (5), and fifth in broken tackles (47).

Walker is positioned to match or exceed the workload that he attained as Seattle’s lead back in 2022 and he has already established his ability to perform effectively in that role. That places him among your most viable options during Round 2 of upcoming drafts.

Chubb has now averaged 1,336 rushing yards during his last four seasons (90.6 per game), which includes the career-high 1,525 (89.7 per game) that he assembled during 2022. Chubb finished third in yardage, carries (302/17.8 per game), and yards after contact (695), while also leading all backs in Football Outsiders’ DVOA (Defense-Adjusted Value Over Average).

Chubb was fourth with an average of 18.1 points per game while Jacoby Brissett was guiding the’ offense (Weeks 1-12), but dropped to 16th with an average of 11.4 after the insertion of Deshaun Watson under center. However, Watson should perform more efficiently than he did following his protracted absence.

Any rise in Cleveland’s 52.3% pass play percentage during 2022 will not prevent Chubb from operating with a massive workload, which has been cemented after the extraction of Kareem Hunt and D'Ernest Johnson from the depth chart. That provides your motivation to secure him near his ADP (25/RB10).

If you have been preparing for 2023 drafts in any format, you have already examined the immeasurable evidence that Robinson should be commandeered for your rosters. He is entrenched as the most coveted back from this year’s rookie class after he stockpiled 2,707 yards and 29 touchdowns on the ground during his final two seasons at Texas.

Last year’s winner of the Doak Walker Award also forced an FBS-best 104 missed tackles and generated 1,071 yards after contact during 2022 according to PFF, while also collecting 45 receptions and 609 receiving yards in 2021-2022. Robinson also delivered encouraging results at the NFL Combine when he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.46, registered a 10'4" broad jump, and recorded a 37” vertical jump. Robinson should be prioritized near the onset of Round 2 in your drafts and his skyrocketing stock will surge even higher if he surfaces in a favorable environment following the NFL Draft.

Henry’s ADP has dropped out of Round 1 (20/RB8) for the first time since 2019, due to concerns surrounding his age (29), the transformation that is occurring in Tennessee, and the unavoidable impact of the 1,249 carries (22.7 per game) that he has accumulated during the last four seasons – which is 174 more than any other back.

However, Henry’s continued presence among the league’s most productive backs during 2022 should not be dismissed, as his 17.9 points per game average was only exceeded by two backs. Henry also led the league in rushing attempts for the third time since 2019 (349/21.8 per game), accumulated 1,538 yards (96.1 per game), and established new career highs in targets (41/2.6 per game) receptions (33/2.1 per game and receiving yards (398/24.9 per game).

Speculation continues surrounding the possibility that Henry could be traded. However, the prospect of Henry operating as the cornerstone of the Titans’ offense for one more season justifies targeting him in Round 2 of your drafts.

When the Raiders declined to exercise the fifth-year option on Jacobs prior to the 2022 regular season, it ignited speculation that he might operate in a rotation with rookie Zamir White during the year. However, Jacobs not only functioned as the workhorse back throughout 2022, but he also commandeered the league rushing title (1,653 yards (/97.2 per game), and led the league in total yards (2,053/120.8 per game).

Weeks 1-18 Total Yards Yards/Gm
Josh Jacobs 2,053 120.8
Derrick Henry 1,930 120.6
Christian McCaffrey 1,880 110.6
Nick Chubb 1,764 103.8
Saquon Barkley 1,650 103.1
Austin Ekeler 1,637 96.3
Raheem Mostert 1,595 99.7
Isiah Pacheco 1,559 91.7
Aaron Jones 1,516 89.2


Weeks 1-18 Yards Yards/Gm Attempts Att/Gm
Josh Jacobs 1653 97.2 340 20
Derrick Henry 1538 96.1 349 21.8
Nick Chubb 1525 89.7 302 17.7
Saquon Barkley 1312 82 295 18.4
Miles Sanders 1269 74.6 259 15.2
Dalvin Cook 1173 69 264 15.5
Travis Etienne 1125 66.2 220 12.9
Aaron Jones 1121 65.9 213 12.6
Jamaal Williams 1066 62.7 262 15.4
Kenneth Walker 1050 70 228 15.2

Josh McDaniels and general manager Dave Ziegler have been compelled to place the franchise tag on Jacobs following his prolific season which positions him to return for a fifth year with the team. He is still 25 years old and should remain highly productive, which elevates him among the backs to prioritize during Round 2 of your drafts.

Etienne made his NFL debut during Jacksonville’s 2022 season opener while operating in a rotation with James Robinson. However, Etienne eventually seized the Jaguars‘ lead back responsibilities when Robinson failed to register a rushing attempt in Week 7 and was later dispatched to the Jets. Etienne finished 13th with 220 rushing attempts (12.9 per game), was eighth in rushing yardage (1,125/66.2 per game), and finished sixth in yards before contact (738). Those numbers included an 11-game sequence from Weeks 6-17 when he finished third in yardage (893/81.2 per game) while eclipsing 80+ seven times. Etienne also collected 35 of his 45 targets, finished 15th among backs in receiving yards (316/21.1 per game), and tied for the league lead in receptions of 20+ (6),

Etienne can flourish if he is entrusted with an extensive workload, which justifies selecting him at his current ADP (26/RB11). His stock would be altered if the Jaguars add a legitimate competitor for touches during the NFL Draft.

Hall vaulted to fourth with an average of 18.5 points per game from Weeks 4-7 and was in the process of eviscerating the expectations of his Round 4 ADP (45/RB18) before his production was curtailed by a torn ACL. Hall led the Jets in rushing yards (50/7.1 per attempt) in Week 2, then rose to fourth overall in carries (55 /18.3 per game) from Weeks 4-6. Hall was also fifth in rushing yards (279 /93 per game), fifth in yards after contact (162), and assembled three touchdowns during that promising sequence. He also stockpiled 72 yards on four carries in Week 7 before sustaining his season-ending injury.

Weeks 4-6 Yards Yards/Gm Attempts Att/Gm YAC
Nick Chubb 308 102.7 48 16 195
Rhamondre Stevenson 303 101 58 19.3 199
Saquon Barkley 299 99.7 66 22 165
Josh Jacobs 298 149 49 24.5 211
Breece Hall 279 93 55 18.3 162
Austin Ekeler 269 89.7 43 14.3 116
Miles Sanders 263 87.7 60 20 137
Dalvin Cook 247 82.3 51 17 135
Raheem Mostert 231 77 47 15.7 102
Dameon Pierce 230 115 40 20 137

Hall’s encouraging usage and production provide the foundation of his highly favorable outlook as he enters his second season. You should embrace the opportunity to seize Hall at his current ADP (21/RB9), as he will operate as the RB1 for both the Jets and fantasy managers after his recovery is complete.

Stevenson operated with a 34% snap share as a rookie but that percentage virtually doubled in 2022 (66%). He also rose to 13th with an average of 12.6 points per game from Weeks 1-18, while finishing 15th in rushing attempts (210/12.4 per game),  and 11th in rushing yards (1,040/61.2 per game).

He was also 13th in both yards before contact (601), and yards after contact (439), while finishing third among all backs in targets (89/5.2 per game), fourth in receptions (69/4.1 per game), and seventh in both receiving yards (412/24.8 per game) and routes run (315).

The departure of Damien Harris leaves Stevenson with an unobstructed path toward another significant workload, as James Robinson, Pierre Strong Jr., and Kevin Harris will split a limited percentage of touches. It also solidifies Stevenson’s status as a high-end RB2 for fantasy managers.


Tier 3

Tony PollardAaron Jones, Najee Harris 

Pollard entered 2022 with career-highs of 374 snaps, 130 rushing attempts (8.7 per game), 719 rushing yards (47.9 per game), 46 targets (3.1 per game), 39 receptions (2.6 per game), and 337 receiving yards (22.5 per game).

However, he easily eclipsed those numbers during 2022, which included a snap count that rose to 569. Pollard also accumulated 193 carries (12.1 per game), 1,007 rushing yards (62.9 per game), 55 targets (3.4 per game), and 371 receiving yards (23.2 per game), while exceeding his previous career highs in red zone touches (32), yards before contact (504), yards after contact (503), rushing touchdowns (9), and routes run (220).

The Cowboys placed the franchise tag on Pollard who should complete his recovery from a fractured fibula by Week 1. The release of Ezekiel Elliott has cleared the runway for Pollard to seize a favorable workload. However, his outlook would be altered if Dallas secures another back during the NFL Draft. Particularly if the Cowboys seize Bijan Robinson with the 26th pick.

Jones generated a career-high 1,121 rushing yards (65.9 per game) in 2022 which placed him ninth among all backs. It was the third time that he has exceeded 1,000 yards since 2019 while he has also eclipsed 1,100+ twice during his last three seasons.  Jones was also 15th in rushing attempts (213/12.5 per game), ninth in yards before contact (645), eighth in yards after contact (476), and ninth in routes run (301). He also established career bests in targets (72/4.2 per game), and receptions (59/3.5 per game), while generating 395 receiving yards (23.2 per game). and finishing among the top 10 in all three categories.

Jones’s contract was restructured in February (four years, $48 million), which ensured that he will retain his critical role in Green Bay’s offense. He will be deployed in a rotation with A.J. Dillon but is an enticing option at his Round 4 ADP (47/RB18).

Harris was a first-round selection during the 2022 drafts (ADP 10/RB6) after finishing second in rushing attempts (307/18.1 per game), and fourth in rushing yards (1,200/70.6 per game), during his 2021 rookie season. However, Harris only averaged 3.3 yards per attempt from Weeks 1-7 during 2022, including two games in which he failed to reach an average of 2.3. That resulted in an uninspiring average of 47 yards per game, while he was only 28th with 329 yards entering Week 8.

Weeks 10-18 Yards Yards/Gm Attempts Att/Gm YAC
Josh Jacobs 910 101.1 202 22.4 621
Nick Chubb 684 76 153 17 471
Najee Harris 673 74.8 164 18.2 427
Derrick Henry 668 83.5 166 20.8 471
Isiah Pacheco 633 70.3 126 14 341
Cam Akers 632 70.2 132 14.7 329
D'Onta Foreman 618 77.3 143 17.9 385
Christian McCaffrey 614 68.2 133 14.8 360
Miles Sanders 613 68.1 128 14.2 329
Tyler Allgeier 612 76.5 116 14.5 422

Harris vaulted to third overall with 673 yards from Weeks 10-18 (74.8 per game) as he accumulated 80+ during six of his final nine matchups. Harris ultimately finished fifth with 272 rushing attempts (16.0 per game), and 13th in rushing yardage (1,034/60.8 per game) from Weeks 1-18. Jaylen Warren could pilfer a larger percentage of opportunities during his second season but Harris should operate as an RB2 for fantasy managers who secure him in Round 3 of their drafts.

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Sabres Aiming To Lock Up Rasmus Dahlin, Owen Power Long-Term
Connor Hellebuyck3 days ago

Focused On The Jets In 2023-24
Trevor Zegras3 days ago

Jamie Drysdale Absent On First Day Of Camp
Andrew Cogliano3 days ago

Hoping To Be Cleared For Season Opener
Alexander Barabanov3 days ago

Prefers To Remain In San Jose
Mattias Ekholm3 days ago

Roughly A Week Away From Skating
Damian Lillard3 days ago

Suns Considered Dark Horse To Facilitate Damian Lillard Deal
Donovan Mitchell3 days ago

Not Expected To Sign An Extension Next Summer
3 days ago

Amen Thompson Is Ready To Go For Training Camp
Mateusz Gamrot4 days ago

Seeking Victory In Seventh UFC Appearance
Rafael Fiziev4 days ago

Looks To Get Back In Win Column
Michelle Waterson-Gomez4 days ago

In Dire Need Of Victory
AJ Fletcher4 days ago

Set To Showcase On Main Card
Bryan Battle4 days ago

A Favorite At UFC Vegas 79
Evgeny Kuznetsov4 days ago

Sees New Head Coach As "Perfect Match"
Mark Scheifele4 days ago

Open To Staying With Jets
BUF4 days ago

Buffalo Sabres Reportedly Eyeing Patrick Kane
Ricardo Ramos4 days ago

Set For First Fight In Over A Year
Charles Jourdain4 days ago

Hoping To Bring UFC Record Above .500
Marina Rodriguez4 days ago

Gets A Rematch At UFC Vegas 79
Dan Ige4 days ago

Enters UFC Vegas 79 On Two-Fight Win Streak
Bryce Mitchell4 days ago

Looking To Bounce Back After First Career Loss