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Many of you have been assembling rosters in best-ball leagues since the initial weeks of the offseason, and participation in this format has intensified as we have progressed through the summer. You are also dedicating your efforts toward draft preparation and roster construction as we rapidly approach the regular season.

Enthusiasm for the best ball format remains enormous as it provides the opportunity to instantly complete all forms of roster management at the conclusion of each draft. However, that aspect of the best-ball draft process should be integrated into your decision-making process during each selection, as the absence of a waiver wire elevates the importance of constructing rosters that are designed to minimize the impact of injuries and other challenges that emerge during the season.

The team at RotoBaller has just updated our tiered rankings in the best ball format, which will help you prepare for your upcoming drafts. We are also delivering a detailed analysis of these rankings, and this article will examine running backs that are contained in tiers 1-3. We will continue to update our rankings 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
1 1 Christian McCaffrey 3
2 1 Austin Ekeler 6
3 1 Bijan Robinson 8
4 2 Nick Chubb 13
5 2 Saquon Barkley 14
6 2 Tony Pollard 16
7 2 Jonathan Taylor 18
8 3 Rhamondre Stevenson 20
9 3 Derrick Henry 21
10 3 Josh Jacobs 22
11 3 Breece Hall 28
12 4 Travis Etienne Jr. 31
13 4 Najee Harris 35
14 4 Kenneth Walker III 38
15 4 Jahmyr Gibbs 41
16 4  Joe Mixon 42
17 4 Aaron Jones 44
18 4 Alexander Mattison 47
19 5 J.K. Dobbins 53
20 6 Dameon Pierce 63
21 6 Rachaad White 67
22 6 James Conner 71
23 7 Miles Sanders 72
24 7 Cam Akers 76
25 7 Dalvin Cook 77
26 7 D'Andre Swift 78
27 7 David Montgomery 79
28 7 James Cook 84
29 8 Isiah Pacheco 89
30 8 Javonte Williams 90
31 8 Khalil Herbert 96
32 8 Alvin Kamara 97
33 9 Zach Charbonnet 101
34 9 Brian Robinson Jr. 103
35 9 AJ Dillon 104
36 9 Antonio Gibson 106
37 9 Rashaad Penny 108
38 9 Jamaal Williams 109
39 9 Damien Harris 111
40 10 Samaje Perine 114
41 10 Devon Achane 117
42 10 Kenneth Gainwell 122
43 10 Kendre Miller 134
44 11 Elijah Mitchell 135
45 11 Roschon Johnson 136
46 11 Jeff Wilson Jr. 141
47 11 Tyler Allgeier 142
48 12 Jaylen Warren 148
49 12 Raheem Mostert 153
50 12 D'Onta Foreman 157
51 13 Tyjae Spears 158
52 13 Devin Singletary 159
53 13 Jordan Mason 162
54 13 Tank Bigsby 164
55 13 Jerick McKinnon 167
56 13 Ezekiel Elliott 168
57 13 Jerome Ford 175
58 14 Ty Chandler 179
59 14 Cordarrelle Patterson 180
60 14 Zamir White 184
61 14 Chuba Hubbard 187
62 14 Kareem Hunt 193
63 14 Gus Edwards 199
64 15 Leonard Fournette 204
65 15 Israel Abanikanda 207
66 15 Chase Brown 211
67 15 Boston Scott 215
68 15 Justice Hill 218
69 16 Kevin Harris 221
70 16 Eric Gray 222
71 16 Pierre Strong Jr. 226
72 16 Joshua Kelley 228
73 16 Chase Edmonds 232
74 16 Zach Evans 238
75 16 Michael Carter 239
76 16 Chris Rodriguez Jr. 243
77 16 James Robinson 247

Tier 1

Christian McCaffrey, Austin Ekeler, Bijan Robinson 

McCaffrey led all backs with an average of 21.7 points per game following the trade that sent him to the 49ers last October. His ability to evade lingering injuries during 2022 also helped him re-establish his status as the top back to secure on your rosters. McCaffrey finished second in runs of 20+ (8), 10th in rush yards (746/67.8 per game), and 11th in yards after contact (430). He also vaulted to the league lead in rushing yardage from Weeks 13-17 (460/92 per game) and was second in carries (91/18.2 per game) during that five-game sequence.

Weeks 13-17 Rushing Yards Yards/Gm 20+ 100+ TDs
Christian McCaffrey 460 92 5 3 4
Josh Jacobs 449 89.8 1 1 3
Nick Chubb 409 81.8 2 1 0
Cam Akers 408 81.6 2 2 6
J.K. Dobbins 397 99.3 4 2 1
Derrick Henry 381 95.3 3 3 3
Travis Etienne 380 76 2 2 1
Najee Harris 369 73.8 0 1 2
Tyler Allgeier 348 87 2 1 2
Miles Sanders 336 67.2 2 1 3

 

Weeks 7-18 Targets Targ% Targ/Gm TPRR Rec
Austin Ekeler 78 17.7 7.1 32.6 66
Rhamondre Stevenson 68 19.6 6.2 32.9 52
Christian McCaffrey 65 19.8 5.9 34.4 52
D'Andre Swift 58 16.3 5.3 38.9 40
Jerick McKinnon 57 14.4 5.2 25.8 45
Alvin Kamara 51 17.1 4.6 29.7 40
Saquon Barkley 50 16.7 5 23.5 36
Aaron Jones 49 14.9 4.5 31.4 42
Leonard Fournette 47 10.6 4.7 24.4 41
Josh Jacobs 46 11.9 3.8 20 36

McCaffrey’s proficiency as a pass-catcher also remained intact as he paced his position in target share (19.8%), receiving yards (464/42.2), and air yards (158) from Weeks 7-18. He was also second in both receptions (52/4.7 per game) and targets per route run (34.4%), and was third in targets (65/5.9 per game). McCaffrey should stockpile fantasy points while operating as the primary back in Kyle Shanahan’s potent offense and remains entrenched among the top three players to select in all drafts.

Ekeler’s status for 2023 was unsettled earlier in the offseason, due to his disappointment with the inability to secure a long-term extension. His situation in 2024 and beyond is still unclear, but the Chargers ensured that he would remain with the team this season by infusing incentives into his contract. Ekeler leads all backs in targets (394/6.7 per game), receptions (323/5.5 per game), receiving yards (2,769/46.9 per game), and receiving touchdowns (23) since 2019, while also accumulating 2,913 yards (49.4 per game) and 29 touchdowns on the ground.

Kellen Moore has replaced the departed Joe Lombardi and will concoct the Chargers’ offense after four seasons as the offensive coordinator in Dallas. Ekeler should remain heavily involved in the restructured attack, as he is cemented atop a depth chart that does not contain a discernible threat to impact his extensive role. He has repeatedly proven his ability to stockpile numbers which elevates him among the top three backs that should be selected in your drafts.

Robinson’s voluminous list of attributes has fueled an enormous surge of anticipation surrounding his entrance into the NFL. Robinson’s array of exceptional abilities also propelled him to 2,707 yards and 29 touchdowns on the ground during his final two seasons at Texas, while his 104 broken tackles established a single-season record according to PFF. Robinson also assembled 805 yards and a school-record eight touchdowns during his tenure with the Longhorns.

Last year’s winner of the prestigious Doak Walker Award is fully capable of thriving as a three-down back and appears destined to operate as the foundation of Arthur Smith’s run-oriented attack. The Falcons led the league with an average of 32.9 attempts per game and ranked second in run play percentage (55.3%) last season and Smith should maintain his heavy reliance on his ground game. Robinson’s enticing assortment of skills will be displayed in a highly favorable environment that presents fantasy managers with a viable option in the middle of Round 1.

 

Tier 2

Nick Chubb, Saquon Barkley, Tony Pollard, Jonathan Taylor

Only Derrick Henry has amassed more rushing yards than Chubb since 2019 (5,345/90.6 per game), while Chubb’s average of 5.3 yards per attempt leads all backs. Chubb is also fourth with 1,018 attempts (17.2 per game), while the 1,525 yards (89.7 per game) that Chubb produced during 2022 also placed him third overall. He also finished second in games of 100+ (7), third in attempts (302/17.8 per game), and sixth with an average of 16.6 points per game.

2019-2022 Yards  Yards/Gm Yards/Att Attempts Att/Gm
Derrick Henry 6,042 109.9 4.8 1249 22.7
Nick Chubb 5,345 90.6 5.3 1018 17.3
Dalvin Cook 5,024 86.6 4.7 1075 18.5
Josh Jacobs 4,740 79 4.4 1072 17.9
Ezekiel Elliott 4,214 66.9 4.2 1013 16.1
Aaron Jones 4,108 66.3 5 821 13.2
Jonathan Taylor 3841 89.3 5.1 756 17.6

Chubb’s extensive workload and favorable accumulation of yardage should be sustained this season, as he operates atop a depth chart that now contains Jerome Ford directly below him. The Browns eschewed the opportunity to resign Kareem Hunt and D’Ernest Johnson, and no backs were added to the equation during free agency or the NFL Draft. That leaves Chubb positioned to operate as a highly productive RB1 for Cleveland and for anyone who secures him near his current ADP (16/RB6).

Barkley justified his selection as an RB1 during 2022 drafts by remaining in the lineup for 16 games and capitalizing on his ability to evade lingering health issues. That propelled him to new career highs in multiple categories, as Barkley finished fourth with a career-best 295 attempts (18.4 per game) and vaulted to fourth in rushing yardage with a career-high 1,312 (82 per game).

Barkley also rose to fourth in yards before contact (749), fourth in yards after contact (563), and seventh with 23 carries inside the 10-yard line. Barkley was also fifth among all backs in target share (16.9%), while ascending to fifth in routes run (328), and sixth in receptions (57/3.6 per game). He has not been amenable to signing his franchise tender, and failed to reach an agreement with the Giants on a long-term deal. However, it is unlikely that Barkley will conduct an extensive holdout, and he should eventually reward anyone who selects him near his Round 1 ADP (10/RB4).

Pollard attained a snap share of 28.7% from 2019-2021 and had never exceeded a share of 35% during that three-year span. However, the 53% share that he secured last season easily eclipsed his previous career-best.

Pollard also finished 14th overall with 1,007 rushing yards (62.9 per game) while leading all backs in yards after contact per attempt (2.6) and vaulting to seventh in targets per route run (27.7%). He also finished fourth in receptions (27/3.9 per game), seventh in routes run (123), and eighth in targets per route run (28.5%) from Weeks 10-16. His expanded usage and output also propelled him to an average of 15.6 points per game in PPR leagues, which placed him ninth among all backs.

Year Snaps Snap% Attempts Att/Gm Yards YardsGm YBC YAC
2019 204 19 86 5.7 455 30.3 146 309
2020 363 32 101 6.3 435 27.2 186 249
2021 367 35 130 8.7 719 47.9 398 321
2022 543 53 193 12.1 1007 62.9 504 503

 

Year Targ% Targets Targ/Gm Rec Rec/Gm Yards Yards/Gm
2019 3.8 20 1.3 15 1 107 7.1
2020 6.5 40 2.5 28 1.8 193 12.1
2021 8.1 46 3.1 39 2.6 337 22.5
2022 11 55 3.4 39 2.4 371 23.2

Pollard is currently residing atop a depth chart that does not contain a legitimate threat to siphon a sizable workload (Malik Davis/Ronald Jones/Deuce Vaughn). The Cowboys could still infuse another back into the equation, but Pollard is currently primed to generate numbers that justify targeting him at his ADP (20/RB7).

Taylor's current ADP (15/RB5) places him fifth among all backs due to optimism that he can approach the numbers that he assembled during 2021. Taylor captured the league rushing total during that breakout season (1,811 yards/106,5 per game), while also averaging a league-high 21.9 points per game. Taylor erupted for 175 total yards – including 161 on the ground during the Colts’ 2022 season opener. He also averaged 5.2 per attempt during that season-best performance but only averaged 2.8 per attempt in Weeks 3-4.

Taylor also began his ongoing encounter with a problematic ankle in Week 5 which sidelined him for six contests. That also negated any opportunity for Taylor to fulfill the lofty expectations that had fueled his status as the first overall selection during draft season. It may be difficult for Taylor to replicate the exceptional numbers that he attained during 2021, as Anthony Richardson will also commandeer rushing opportunities whenever the promising rookie emerges under center. However, that should not preclude you from securing Taylor late in Round 1.

 

Tier 3

Rhamondre Stevenson, Derrick Henry, Josh Jacobs, Breece Hall

Stevenson remained available until Round 7 of 2022 drafts (76/RB29), but he exceeded expectations by finishing 11th overall with an average of 14.7 points per game. He also averaged 16.5 touches per game (12.4 carries/4.1 receptions) during his second season, while playing in all 17 of the Patriots’ regular season matchups.

Stevenson also rose to 12th in rushing yardage from Weeks 1-18 (1,040/61.2 per game), while averaging 5.0 yards per attempt, finishing fifth in broken tackles (24), and vaulting to ninth in yards after contact per attempt (2.1). He also established his prowess as a pass-catcher by finishing third among backs in targets (89/5.2 per game), fourth in receptions (69/4.1 per game), and fifth in targets per route run (28.3%).

Damien Harris no longer lurks as a candidate to siphon opportunities, after signing a one-year contract with Buffalo. This has reduced the potential for  Stevenson’s workload to be threatened by the backs that remain on New England’s depth chart (Pierre Strong Jr./James Robinson/Ty Montgomery/Kevin Harris). His ability to accumulate yardage and fantasy points, as both a rusher and receiver, provide justification for seizing him at his current ADP (26/RB11).

Henry has stockpiled a league-best 6,042 rushing yards (109.9 per game) since 2019, while also securing league-highs in rushing attempts (1,249/22.7 per game), and rushing touchdowns (56). That has propelled him to four consecutive finishes among the top four in points per game scoring (19.6/20.8/24.2/18.9), while Henry’s ADP also remained inside the top 10 from 2020-2022.

His draft position is currently located near the conclusion of Round 2 (21/RB8), as the 29-year-old Henry is primed to expand upon his impressive numbers. He will operate with a massive workload once again as he retains his role as the foundation of Tennessee's attack. That delivers the rationale for including Henry among the prospective RB1s during your draft process.

The Raiders declined to exercise the fifth-year option in Jacobs’s contract in 2022, and he responded by eclipsing his previous career highs in a collection of categories as he played out the final year of his deal. He soared to the league lead in both rushing yards (1,653 yards/97.2 per game), and total yards (2,053/120.8 per game), while also pacing his position in yards after contact (821), and finishing third in yards before contact (832). He also secured career bests in rushing attempts (340/20 per game), receiving yards (400/23.5 per game), and routes run (320).

The Raiders placed a franchise tag on Jacobs in March, which he has yet to sign. He has also failed to secure an agreement on a long-term deal with the team. However, he still has an opportunity to operate with another massive workload this season, providing that he eventually signs his franchise tender. Zamir White and Ameer Abdullah form an uninspiring depth chart below Jacobs, which ensures that Jacobs will sustain his integral role in the Las Vegas attack if he ultimately agrees to play under the tag.

Hall’s rookie season ended abruptly due to the torn ACL that he encountered which prevented him from stockpiling touches and maintaining his promisingly level of production. However, his usage and output as the foundation of New York’s ground game provided a glimpse of his ability to function as an RB1 for fantasy managers once his recovery is complete.

The Jets averaged 31.7 attempts per game (29/33/33) from Weeks 4-6, as Hall eclipsed a 66% snap share during all three matchups. He also vaulted to fifth among all backs with 55 carries (18.3 per game) during that span, while rising to fifth in rushing yardage (279/93 per game) and seventh with an average of 21.2 points per game. He also accumulated 72 yards on just four attempts in Week 7 before sustaining the season-ending injury.

There will be conflicting reports surrounding Hall’s prospects of playing during the Jets’ season opener. That should not deter you from targeting him at his current ADP (30/RB11), even though it may require patience before Hall rewards you for your decision.

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PPR Draft Sleepers List for 2024 Fantasy Football (Premium Content)

This premium article is part of our 2024 Fantasy Football Draft Kit and a free sample of the expert analysis loaded up in RotoBaller's Draft Kit. Enjoy this premium article for free for a limited time. All other Premium Tools can be accessed on the premium dashboard. Folks, you might be sick of the S-word... Read More


Chigoziem Okonkwo - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, Waiver Wire Pickups

Late-Round Fliers for 2024 Fantasy Football Drafts (Premium Content)

This premium article is part of our 2024 Fantasy Football Draft Kit and a free sample of the expert analysis loaded up in RotoBaller's Draft Kit. Enjoy this premium article for free for a limited time. All other Premium Tools can be accessed on the premium dashboard. Fantasy football drafters often spend the bulk of... Read More


Will Levis - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, Waiver Wire Pickups

2024 Fantasy Football Draft Sleepers List by Nick Mariano

This premium article is part of our 2024 Fantasy Football Draft Kit and a free sample of the expert analysis loaded up in RotoBaller's Draft Kit. Enjoy this premium article for free for a limited time. All other Premium Tools can be accessed on the premium dashboard. Sleeper remains a mythical word that can mean... Read More


Isiah Pacheco - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Running Backs

Fantasy Football League Winners - Best Ball Draft Targets (2024)

Fantasy football best ball drafts continue to build momentum as an entertaining way to play fantasy football. As the hype around drafting teams grows throughout the preseason, the appetite for more BB contests continues to grow without putting more in-season management on drafters' plates. Best ball is a format where you draft a team and... Read More


James Cook - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

Fantasy Football Fades and Avoids for Best Ball Drafts (2024)

Fantasy football best ball drafts and contests continue to grow and grow each year. The number of tournaments and strategies deployed surrounding the format is exploding, which means we must stay sharp! Social media is filled with best ball builds and screenshots of different approaches. It's everywhere! But before you can win these leagues, you... Read More