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Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings (Tiers 4-9) - July 2023 Best Ball Leagues

Travis Etienne Jr. fantasy football rankings draft sleepers running backs

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 throughout 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. 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 4-9. We will continue to update our rankings throughout the offseason and you can find a full breakdown of tiers 1-3 here.

Be sure to also check our other Week 14 fantasy football waiver wire pickups articles:


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 Aaron Jones 38
15 4 Kenneth Walker III 39
16 4 Joe Mixon 42
17 4 Jahmyr Gibbs 43
18 4 Alexander Mattison 47
19 5 J.K. Dobbins 49
20 6 Rachaad White 65
21 6 Dameon Pierce 66
22 6 Miles Sanders 63
23 7 James Conner  71
24 7 Cam Akers 74
25 7 D'Andre Swift 75
26 7 Dalvin Cook 77
27 7 David Montgomery 78
28 8 Javonte Williams 82
29 8 James Cook 83
30 8 Isiah Pacheco 93
31 8 Khalil Herbert 94
32 8 Alvin Kamara 97
33 9 Zach Charbonnet 101
34 9 AJ Dillon 103
35 9 Brian Robinson Jr. 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 4 

Travis Etienne Jr., Najee Harris, Aaron Jones,  Kenneth Walker III, Joe Mixon, Jahmyr Gibbs,  Alexander Mattison

Travis Etienne is primed to operate as Jacksonville’s lead back, even though it may be difficult for him to replicate last year’s touch totals in the Jaguars’ reconstructed backfield. Etienne catapulted James Robinson to seize the role of Jacksonville’s primary back in 2022. The decline in Robinson’s involvement transpired when he was relegated to healthy scratch status in Week 7 before being dispatched to the Jets in late October.

This fueled a significant rise in Etienne’s usage and output. He attained a 70.2% snap share from Weeks 7-16 while finishing fourth in rushing yardage (699/77.7 per game), seventh in attempts (150/16.7 per game), and third in broken tackles (30).

Doug Pederson should be inclined to distribute touches to Tank Bigsby, who the Jaguars selected in Round 3 of April’s NFL Draft (88th overall). However, Etienne retains the ability to capitalize on his opportunities, and will still function as the team’s RB1. That makes him a viable option at his current ADP (41/RB16).

Fantasy managers who invested a first-round selection on Najee Harris during 2022 drafts (ADP 10/RB6) were forced to adjust their expectations when he was 16th in attempts (108/13.5 per game), but just 29th with 361 yards (45.1 per game) from Weeks 1-9.

He also averaged just 2.2 yards after contact per attempt during those contests. However, Harris soared to third with an average of 14.2 points per game from Weeks 10-18. He also finished third in both rushing yards (673/74.8 per game) and rushing attempts (164/18.2 per game) from Weeks 10-18.

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 18.3 385
Christian McCaffrey 614 68.2 133 14.8 360
Miles Sanders 613 68.1 128 14.2 329

Harris was also third in broken tackles (28) and fourth in yards after contact (427) while tying for fourth in rushing touchdowns (six). Harris will commandeer another mammoth workload, even though touches will also be dispersed to Jaylen Warren, He should also benefit from the Steelers’ offseason efforts to bolster their offensive line. That supplies the rationale for targeting Harris near his current ADP (32/RB12).

Aaron Jones’ snap shares have ranged from 58% to 62% since 2019, which has paced the Packers’ backfield during each of those four seasons. He has also eclipsed 1,000 rushing yards three times while accumulating 4,108 yards (66.3 per game) -- which is the sixth-highest total during that span.

That includes the career-high 1,121 rushing yards that Jones assembled last season (65.9 per game), which placed him ninth overall. He was also ninth in yards before contact (645), eighth in yards after contact (476), and also finished fourth in Football Outsiders’ DVOA (Defense-Adjusted Value Over Average).

Jones is also eighth in both rushing attempts (821/13.2 per game) and rushing touchdowns (31) since 2019 while finishing fifth in targets (268/4.3 per game), receptions (207/3.3 per game), and receiving yards (1,615/26 per game).

Green Bay has restructured Jones’ contract, which has positioned him to function as the Packers’ lead back once again. A.J. Dillon will also remain involved in the team’s backfield rotation. However, Dillon’s presence will not impede Jones from operating as an RB2, which elevates him among your most enticing options in Round 4 of upcoming drafts.

Kenneth Walker III appeared perfectly placed to operate as Seattle’s unquestioned workhorse back earlier in the offseason after Rashaad Penny signed a one-year contract with Philadelphia. However, the Seahawks were compelled to secure Zach Charbonnet in Round 2 of April’s NFL draft, which is not a favorable development for Walker.

The second-year back had commandeered RB1 duties in Week 5 last season. He also rose to fourth among all backs in rushing yards through Week 18 (992/82.7 per game) and tied for the league lead with nine rushes of 20+ yards. Walker also vaulted to second in games of 100+ yards (five) and ninth in yards after contact (515).

Walker’s accomplishments during 2022 and his favorable blend of vision, patience, and burst should keep him atop Seattle’s depth chart. However, Charbonnet possesses three-down capabilities, including his prowess as a receiver and pass-blocker. The likelihood that both backs will share opportunities prevents Walker from operating with the massive workload that appeared imminent prior to the selection of Charbonnet. That should preclude you from selecting Walker before Round 4 of your upcoming drafts.

It appeared that Joe Mixon’s tenure with Cincinnati was approaching a conclusion after he was charged with aggravated menace in February. Uncertainty surrounding Mixon’s future surged again when the charge was re-filed in April. However, the unsettled situation has been resolved after Mixon signed a restructured contract, which included a reduction in pay.

Mixon finished eighth with an average of 16.0 points per game during 2022, while establishing career highs in targets (60/4.3 per game), receptions (75/5.4 per game), and receiving yards (441/31.5). He finished among the top seven at his position in each category. Mixon was also 10th among all backs in routes run (277) and ninth in targets per route run (27.1%). His numbers as a rusher were more problematic, as his 58.1 yards per game average was the lowest since his 2017 rookie season.

Chase Brown, Trayveon Williams, and Chris Evans are the only other backs on Cincinnati’s depth chart. That positions Mixon to operate with a substantial workload and generate low-end RB1 output in the Bengals’ potent attack.

Prior to the NFL Draft, Jahmyr Gibbs was already an intriguing prospect whose versatility and explosiveness could launch him into a sizable workload, provided that he landed in a favorable environment.

Enthusiasm for Gibbs surged even further after Detroit selected him with the 12th overall pick during the aforementioned draft, which presented him with a navigable path toward securing an integral role in the Lions’ backfield. The timeline for that to occur also accelerated significantly when Detroit traded D'Andre Swift to Philadelphia.

Gibbs demonstrated his capabilities as both a rusher and a receiving weapon while generating 1,974 total yards during two seasons at Georgia Tech (2020-2021). He transferred to Alabama for his final season and paced the Crimson Tide in rushing attempts (151), rushing yards (926), and rushing touchdowns (seven).

Gibbs also collected 56 targets and finished fifth among all backs with 44 receptions in 2022, while eclipsing 440 receiving yards for a second consecutive season. The convergence of Gibbs’ attributes and the likelihood that he will seize a massive role in Ben Johnson’s attack should propel him to RB2 output this season.

The inevitable departure of Dalvin Cook has opened a cavernous path for Alexander Mattison to confiscate lead back duties in Minnesota’s reconstructed backfield. Mattison enters this season with career highs of 134 attempts (8.4 per game), 491 rushing yards (30.7 per game), 39 targets (2.4 per game), and 228 receiving yards (14.3 per game), although he should have an opportunity to eviscerate those numbers while operating in his expanded role.

The Vikings selected DeWayne McBride during Round 7 of April’s NFL Draft. The newcomer will compete with former fifth-round pick Ty Chandler (2022) and 2021 fourth-round selection Kene Nwangwu for touches as a complement to Mattison -- whose ADP has ascended from Round 11 (128/RB42) to Round 5 (57/RB20) since Cook's departure became imminent.

The prospect of Mattison functioning with an extensive workload supplies managers with a viable RB2 candidate, as he could easily outperform the current expectations of his draft position (62/RB21).


Tier 5

J.K. Dobbins

Dobbins’ status should be monitored following his placement on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list. However, he will function as Baltimore’s primary back whenever he is available. Dobbins will also enter the final year of his contract with an opportunity to build upon the statistical surge that he delivered late in the 2022 regular season.

Dobbins made his season debut in Week 3 following a protracted recovery from the torn ACL that he suffered in August of 2021. However, he only averaged 3.5 yards per attempt, while being limited to 8.8 carries and 30.8 rushing yards per game from Weeks 3-6.

He was sidelined from Weeks 7-13 following surgery on the troublesome knee but erupted for a league-high 397 yards (99.3 per game) with his 57 attempts (14.3 per game) from Weeks 14-17. Dobbins also finished sixth with 212 yards after contact during that sequence while averaging 11.8 points per game.

Weeks 3-6 Yards Yards/Gm Attempts  Att/Gm  YAC
J.K. Dobbins 123 30.8 35 8.8 77


Weeks 14-17 Yards Yards/Gm Attempts Att/Gm YAC
J.K. Dobbins 397 99.3 57 14.3 212

Baltimore’s offense finished third in run play percentage during 2022  (50.2%) but is transitioning from Greg Roman’s run-oriented approach to a restructured attack under new coordinator Todd Monken. That should not prevent you from securing Dobbins near his current ADP (52/RB18), providing that details surrounding his placement on the PUP list remain encouraging.


Tier 6

Rachaad White, Dameon Pierce, Miles Sanders

Rachaad White’s ability to operate effectively on all three downs was on display during his rookie season, although his potential to fully capitalize on his versatility was restricted by his role in a rotation with Leonard Fournette. Last season’s production-inhibiting timeshare limited White to a 28.6% snap share from Weeks 1-9, while he was also targeted on 24% of his routes. He also averaged 4.8 carries, 14.6 rushing yards, 2.8 targets, and 16.9 receiving yards during that span.

Fournette was seventh among all backs with a 71.8% share during that sequence, while averaging 13.4 attempts/45 rushing yards and residing inside the top five in targets (49/5.4 per game), receptions (42/4.7 per game), and receiving yards (314/34.9 per game). However, White secured a higher snap share than Fournette from Weeks 10-17 (52.5%/50.4%), while averaging more rushing yards (49.9/43.8) and tying Fournette in targets (33) and receptions (30) during that sequence.

The release of Fournette ensured that White will not contend with significant competition for touches. That elevates him among your backs to prioritize in Round 6, as he is capable of operating as your RB2.

Dameon Pierce never exceeded 106 carries during his four collegiate seasons, which restricted him to a career-high of 574 rushing yards (44.2 per game). However, he outperformed the modest expectations of his draft position (Round 4/107th overall) by ascending atop Houston’s depth chart and finishing among the top five in rushing attempts (154/19.3 per game) and rushing yardage (739/92.4 per game) from Weeks 2-10.

Weeks 2-10 Attempts  Att/Gm Yards  Yards/Gm BT YAC
Derrick Henry 181 22.7 841 105.1 30 579
Saquon Barkley 180 22.5 767 95.9 30 470
Dameon Pierce 154 19.3 739 92.4 26 391
Josh Jacobs 149 18.7 764 95.5 42 484
Nick Chubb 138 17.3 763 95.4 29 512
Jamaal Williams 131 16.4 576 72 12 344
Miles Sanders 130 16.3  614 76.8 20 286
Travis Etienne 127 14.1 678 75.3 27 319
Aaron Jones 126 14 689 76.6 35 419
Dalvin Cook 125 15.6 637 79.6 23 322

Pierce also rose to third in runs of 20+ and seventh in both broken tackles (26) and yards after contact (391) during those matchups. He sustained an ankle injury in Week 14, which abruptly ended his rookie season. However, he still tied for second among all first-year backs in attempts (220/16.9 per game) and was also fourth in both rushing yardage (939/72.2 per game) and yards after contact (534) despite the truncated season.

The Texans signed Devin Singletary to a one-year contract but the former Bill should predominantly be deployed as a receiving weapon. Pierce will operate as Houston’s lead back, which should incentivize you to target him during Round 6 of your drafts.

Miles Sanders generated career-high numbers in multiple rushing categories during his final season with Philadelphia. He rose to fifth among all backs in rushing yards (1,269/74.6 per game), vaulted to second in yards before contact (837), finished fourth in red zone attempts (49), and seventh in rushing touchdowns (11).

The four-year contract that Sanders signed with Carolina has positioned him to operate as the Panthers' lead back. Chuba Hubbard will retain a role in the team's backfield rotation, which could restrict Sanders' numbers as a pass-catcher.

That could also relegate him to results that are similar to his numbers as a receiver in 2022 (26 targets (1.5 per game), 20 receptions (1.2 per game), and 78 receiving yards (4.6 per game). However, Sanders can take advantage of his sizable workload as a rusher to warrant consideration as a low-end RB2 during your drafts.


Tier 7

James Conner, Cam Akers, D'Andre Swift, Dalvin Cook, David Montgomery, James Cook

The list of reasons for you to be ambivalent about investing in members of Arizona’s depleted offense begins with a lack of clarity regarding a timeline for Kyler Murray’s recovery from a torn ACL. The Cardinals' decision to release DeAndre Hopkins decreased their shallow list of offensive playmakers even further. However, James Conner remains firmly intact as Arizona’s RB1 and is destined to function with an extensive workload -- albeit in an offense that will contend with imposing obstacles during the season.

Conner encountered multiple injuries during 2022 (ribs/ankle/shin), which forced his absence during four matchups. He was only 28th in attempts (183 and 30th in rushing yards (782), but his per-game averages in both categories (14.1 carries/60.2 yards) were the highest since 2018 -- as was his average of 2.4 yards before contact per attempt.

With only Keaontay Ingram below him on the depth chart, Conner will operate with sizable weekly touch totals. However, the Cardinals could struggle to sustain drives while operating with a dearth of talent. It is recommended that you avoid drafting Conner before his Round 6 ADP (68/RB25).

The unpredictable trajectory of Cam Akers' numbers throughout the season eventually led to an unexpected career resurrection for the three-year veteran. Akers operated with a 39.5% snap share from Weeks 2-5 while averaging 12 attempts/37.8 rushing yards per game. He only accumulated 21 snaps, 11 carries, and 25 yards on the ground from Weeks 6-10 before a statistical eruption during the Rams’ final six matchups.

Akers rose to fifth among all backs with a 73.4% snap share from Weeks 13-18, while soaring into the league lead in rushing yards (512/85.3 per game) and rushing touchdowns (six) and vaulting to fifth in point-per-game scoring (17.7). The Rams eschewed the opportunity to add formidable competition during free agency and did not select a running back until Round 6 of April’s NFL Draft (Zach Evans). This has cemented Akers’ position atop the depth chart, and he can be targeted as a low-end RB2 in Round 6 of your drafts.

Detroit’s Round 1 selection of Jahmyr Gibbs immediately fueled a descent in D'Andre Swift’s value. However, his stock was resuscitated two days later when the Lions traded Swift to Philadelphia. Now, he will re-emerge as a pass-catching weapon within the Eagles’ reshaped backfield.

Swift failed to match the expectations of fantasy managers who had selected him as an RB1 during the 2022 draft season (ADP14/RB8). He finished with a career-low 42% snap share, despite playing in a career-best 14 games. Swift also registered career lows in attempts per game (7.1), rushing yards per game (38.7), and yards after contact (173).

Swift’s per-game averages as a receiving weapon also dwelled below the career highs that he secured during 2021 in targets (6.0/5.0), receptions (4.8/3,4), and receiving yards (34.8/27.8). However, he should commandeer a weekly role as Philadelphia’s primary pass-catching presence from the backfield. That could propel Swift to low-end RB2 production, which makes him worthy of consideration at his Round 6 ADP (67/RB24).

Dalvin Cook's status has remained unresolved throughout the offseason, although he should resurface in a new environment during the upcoming weeks. He enters his seventh year following a 2022 regular season that contained a divergent blend of encouraging numbers that were blended with more troubling results.

Cook eluded health issues sufficiently to remain in the Vikings' lineup during a career-high 17 games while finishing sixth in rushing yards (1,173) and 11th in rushing touchdowns (eight). However, his average of 69 yards per game was the lowest since 2018, while his averages of 4.4 yards per attempt and 1.8 yards after contact per attempt established career lows.

Cook will turn 28 next month but remains capable of delivering RB2 output if he ultimately emerges in a desirable situation. However, his nebulous future builds risk into the selection of Cook at his current ADP (69/RB26).

David Montgomery has migrated to Detroit after pacing NFC North rival Chicago in rushing attempts and rushing yardage during each of his four seasons with the Bears. He also averaged 229 attempts (15.3 per game) and 902 yards (60.2 per game) during that span, although last season’s averages were the lowest of his career (12.6 carries/50.1 yards).

It is logical to envision Montgomery operating with a similar workload as former Lion Jamaal Williams, who soared to career-best numbers in multiple categories last season (262 carries/1,066 rushing yards/17 rushing touchdowns). However, it is also conceivable that exciting newcomer Jahmyr Gibbs will procure more touches on a weekly basis than D'Andre Swift garnered during 2022 (7.1 carries/5.0 targets/3.4 receptions per game). This should not discourage you from selecting Montgomery, although the arrival of Gibbs should limit Montgomery to RB3/flex production.

James Cook's Round 8 ADP underscores the prevailing optimism that his workload will expand during his second season, despite the looming likelihood that he will share touches with former Patriot Damien Harris. Buffalo signed Harris to a one-year contract during the offseason, and he should be entrusted with the majority of rushing attempts. However, Cook appears primed to function as the Bills' primary pass-catching weapon from the backfield.

The pathway for this to transpire emerged when Devin Singletary signed a one-year contract with Houston. Cook trailed Singletary in targets (52/32), receptions (38-21), and receiving yards (280/180) during 2022. However, Cook’s average of just 1.3 targets per game (3.9% share) from Weeks 1-11 improved significantly to 3.4 (10.5% share) from Weeks 12-17.

He was also averaging just 4.6 carries/25.9 rushing yards per game from Weeks 1-12 before those averages expanded to 8.6 attempts/49.6 yards per game from Weeks 13-18. Even though Cook and Harris will both remain involved in a rotation, Cook should garner enough opportunities to minimally provide fantasy managers with high-end RB3 production.


Tiers 8-9

Javonte Williams, Isiah Pacheco, Khalil Herbert, Alvin Kamara, Zach Charbonnet, A.J. Dillon, Brian Robinson Jr., Antonio Gibson, Rashaad Penny, Jamaal Williams, Damien Harris

The value for backs that are contained in Tiers 8 and 9 could easily be altered by various factors that might emerge during the remaining weeks of the draft season.

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The Week 13 schedule closes out with the Joe Burrow-less Cincinnati Bengals visiting the Trevor Lawrence-led Jacksonville Jaguars. Below you can read our Monday Night Football matchups analysis article for the Bengals vs. Jaguars game to help make any fantasy lineup decisions for both season-long and DFS. This is a matchup of two teams headed in... Read More

David Njoku - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, Waiver Wire Pickups

Biggest Fantasy Football Busts of the Week - Fantasy Outlooks for Justin Herbert, Austin Ekeler, Jahmyr Gibbs, David Njoku

The 13th Sunday of the 2023 NFL season has come and gone. Hopefully, you woke up on Monday morning feeling very good about how your matchup went. However, this week's slate of games was certainly stress-inducing for many fantasy football managers. Part of that stress was caused by a group of players who drastically underachieved... Read More

Dameon Pierce - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

Unexpected Boom Performances: Fantasy Football Risers Include Alec Pierce, Ezekiel Elliott, Dameon Pierce, and more

The carousel of injuries continues during this 2023 season. This is said every year, but it feels like there have been more injuries than normal this season. I’m not going to list every nick and bruise suffered by star players this week, but just know there were more than enough. Outside of the injuries though,... Read More

Trevor Lawrence - Fantasy Football Rankings, NFL Injury News, DFS Lineup Picks

NFL DFS Lineup Picks for FanDuel, DraftKings - Bengals vs. Jaguars MNF Showdown

Happy Monday, RotoBallers! We're back with another Monday Night Football showdown article! We have an AFC showdown tonight as the Joe Burrow-less Cincinnati Bengals (5-6) head down to Duval to take on Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars (8-3). We have been pretty successful so far with these showdown slates and hopefully, that trend continues from... Read More

Evan Engram - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, Waiver Wire Pickups

PrizePicks NFL DFS Prop Picks - Monday Night Football Props for Week 13

Welcome back RotoBallers to our PrizePicks NFL DFS prop picks for the Week 13 Monday Night Football slate – Bengals vs. Jaguars! The 2023 NFL season is well underway, and that means our friends over at PrizePicks have a TON of great DFS plays we can look to take advantage of. Our partners at PrizePicks... Read More

Ezekiel Elliott - Fantasy Football Rankings, Waiver Wire Pickups, NFL Injury News

Week 14 Waiver Wire Rankings - Fantasy Football Pickups Include Ezekiel Elliott, Tyjae Spears, Antonio Gibson, Zay Jones, more

RotoBallers! The NFL season continues to fly by. Week 14 has arrived, and for most fantasy managers, it's the last week of the regular fantasy football season. With it being a vital part of the 2023 season, it's time to scour the waiver wire and add players for that final playoff push. Only two teams... Read More

Tyjae Spears - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, Waiver Wire Pickups

Waiver Wire Express - Week 14 Lightning Round Including Ezekiel Elliott, Keaton Mitchell, Noah Brown, Tyjae Spears

Week 13 was a tough grind for many of you, what with a six-team bye and then several injuries to key players on Sunday. We're heading into our final bye week, with only Arizona and Washington taking off. Set yourself up for playoff success with the waiver wire lightning round heading into Week 14. We're... Read More

Noah Brown - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, Waiver Wire Pickups

Top Fantasy Football Week 14 Waiver Wire Pickups - Antonio Gibson, Ezekiel Elliott, Noah Brown, Joshua Dobbs, Jonathan Mingo, more

Welcome everyone to the fantasy football Week 14 waiver wire! I’m here as always to help you make the best fantasy waiver pickups for Week 14. There are a lot of other quality players to look at adding this week on the waiver wire. This article is challenging to make relevant to all the different... Read More

DeVon Achane - Fantasy Football Rankings, NFL DFS Picks, Injury News

What You Need To Know - Top 10 Running Back Rankings Including Alvin Kamara, Derrick Henry, Christian McCaffrey, and more

Week 13 was easily the most brutal of them all as we were faced with the Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears, Las Vegas Raiders, Minnesota Vikings, and New York Giants all on a bye. A lot of fantasy managers were in a bind this week feeling like they were setting incomplete, patchwork lineups with... Read More

Derrick Henry - Fantasy Football Rankings, NFL Injury News, DFS Lineup Picks

Top Fantasy Football Injuries From Sunday: Tank Dell, Derrick Henry, Rhamondre Stevenson, Amari Cooper, and more

The fantasy football playoffs are right around the corner, making key fantasy injuries a big concern heading into next week. Our fantasy football injuries report highlights the banged-up players with fantasy significance and their early status heading into Week 14 as of Monday, December 4, 2023. This article focuses on players who suffered injuries on... Read More

Darren Waller - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

Tight Ends Fantasy Football Waiver Wire - Week 14 TE Pickups Include Darren Waller, Isaiah Likely, Tyler Higbee, and More

As we inch closer to the end in fantasy football leagues, getting your roster ready for the final playoff push is paramount. Arizona’s Trey McBride and Washington’s Logan Thomas are the only starting tight ends on bye this week, so most fantasy managers will not be scouring the waiver wire this week for help at... Read More

Tyjae Spears - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, Waiver Wire Pickups

Running Back Waiver Wire Pickups for Week 14: Top Free Agent Adds Include Tyjae Spears, Ezekiel Elliott, Roschon Johnson

We have now progressed into reconstructing rosters and planning lineups for Week 14. The numbers that have been assembled by running backs during the first 13 weeks of the season have fueled a variety of emotions for all fantasy managers. Unfortunately, some of you have been contending with underwhelming results due to injuries, inefficient performances,... Read More

Baker Mayfield - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, Waiver Wire Pickups

Top Week 14 Quarterback Pickups - Best Fantasy QB Adds, Streamers Include Baker Mayfield, Gardner Minshew, and Aidan O'Connell

Week 13 was another average week for quarterback production thanks to several big names being on bye week. We got excellent fantasy performances from Brock Purdy (314 yards and four touchdowns), Geno Smith (334 yards and three touchdowns), and Dak Prescott (299 yards and three touchdowns) with little else. For many, Week 14 represents the... Read More