Fantasy RB PPR Rankings Week 15: Who to start, sit at running back in fantasy football

If you’re still paying attention in your fantasy football league, then either you made the playoffs or you’re just too competitive. Either way, this is a must-win week, and no position is more important to hit than running back. Our Week 15 Fantasy PPR RB Ratings Can Help You Get Over Injuries (D’Andre Swift, Elijah Mitchell, Tevin Coleman, Austin Ekeler) And Illnesses (Myles Gaskin, Darrell Henderson, Jamaal Williams) And Make The Right Start , sit ’em making.

Thankfully the byes are over, but we still have some intrigue with a couple of teams coming out of byes. Both the Patriots (Damien Harris) and the Eagles (Miles Sanders, Jordan Howard) had injury issues prior to Week 14, so we’ll have to watch injury reports throughout the week. It doesn’t help that the Patriots (@ Colts) and Eagles (vs. Washington) have tough matchups, putting all their backs on the starting position bubble.

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There are plenty of other running backs with bad matchups, but plenty – like Jonathan Taylor (vs. Patriots), Leonard Fournette (vs. Saints), Najee Harris (vs. Titans), and Aaron Jones (@ Ravens) – remain must-haves. starts. Whoever starts the Lions (vs. Cardinals) is much more questionable, although Swift (shoulder) is always a must-play in PPR leagues when healthy and Williams is in play if he’s active and Swift is out. If they both date again, then Craig Reynolds, yeah, the Craig Reynolds: It has a certain flexible value.

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There are a lot of favorable matchups for some sick RBs. Myles Gaskin (vs. Jets), Darrell Henderson (vs. Seahawks) and Chase Edmonds (@ Lions) have three of the first five matchups, so if they’re active, they should start. Clyde Edwards-Helaire (@ Chargers) and James Robinson (vs. Texans) are also in good places, as are several of these teams’ backups. Although Sony Michel (vs. Seahawks), Phillip Lindsay (vs. Jets) and Darrel Williams (@ Chargers) aren’t necessarily known for catching passes, they still have flexible value in the PPR leagues due to their elevated floors this week.

If you’re looking for more edge plays in good situations this week, Tennessee’s D’Onta Foreman (@ Steelers) and the Houston duo of David Johnson and Rex Burkhead (vs. Jaguars) should pay off as push-ups. Assuming Ekeler (ankle) is out, both Justin Jackson and Joshua Kelley have an advantage against the Chiefs. Jackson is a better pass receiver, so he gets the nod in the PPR leagues, but it wouldn’t be a surprise if either one of them, or even rookie Larry Rountree III, led this backfield in fantasy points.

In general, list decisions cannot be finalized until later in the week as undoubtedly more men than expected will end up on the injury report and / or reserve / COVID list. Have your pivots ready so they don’t get caught off guard.

We will update these RB PPR rankings throughout the week, so check back for the analysis and the latest player movement.

Fantasy RB PPR Rankings Week 15: who to start with as a runner

Ratings are based on score

Rank Player
one Ezekiel Elliott, DAL @ NYG
two Jonathan Taylor, IND vs. NE
3 Dalvin Cook, MIN @ CHI
4 Joe Mixon, CIN @ DEN
5 Nick Chubb, CLE vs. LV
6 David Montgomery, CHI vs. MIN
7 Najee Harris, PIT vs. TEN
8 Alvin Kamara, NO @ TB
9 Myles Gaskin, MIA vs. NYJ
10 Cordarrelle Patterson, ATL @ SF
eleven Clyde Edwards-Helaire, KC @ LAC
12 James Robinson, JAX vs. HOU
13 Antonio Gibson, WAS @ PHI
14 Elijah Mitchell, SF vs. ATL
fifteen Aaron Jones, GB @ BAL
sixteen Javonte Williams, DEN vs. CIN
17 Saquon Barkley, NYG vs. DAL
18 James Conner, ARI @ DET
19 Josh Jacobs, LV @ CLE
twenty Devonta Freeman, BAL vs. GB
twenty-one Chase Edmonds, ARI @ DET
22 Leonard Fournette, TB vs. NO
23 Darrell Henderson, LAR v. SEA
24 D’Onta Foreman, TEN @ PIT
25 Justin Jackson, LAC vs. KC
26 Chuba Hubbard, CAR @ BUF
27 Melvin Gordon, DEN vs. CIN
28 Michael Carter, New York @ MIA
29 Rashaad Penny, SEA @ LAR
30 Jamaal Williams, DET vs. ARI
31 Miles Sanders, PHI vs. WAS
32 Damien Harris, NE @ IND
33 David Johnson, HOU @ JAX
3. 4 Rex Burkhead, HOU @ JAX
35 JD McKissic, WAS @ PHI
36 Joshua Kelley, LAC vs. KC
37 Jordan Howard, PHI v. WAS
38 Tony Pollard, DAL @ NYG
39 Devin Singletary, BUF vs. CAR
40 Sony Michel, LAR v. SEA
41 Darrel Williams, KC @ LAC
42 AJ Dillon, GB @ BAL
43 Rhamondre Stevenson, NE @ IND
44 Phillip Lindsay, MIA vs. NYJ
Four. Five Ty Johnson, New York @ MIA
46 Dontrell Hilliard, TEN @ PIT
47 Jeremy McNichols, TEN @ PIT
48 Mark Ingram, NO @ TB
49 Alexander Mattison, MIN @ CHI
fifty Latavius ​​Murray, BAL vs. GB
51 Matt Breida, BUF vs. CAR
52 Boston Scott, PHI v. WAS
53 Tevin Coleman, New York @ MIA
54 D’Ernest Johnson, CLE vs. LV
55 Nyheim Hines, IND v. NE
56 Ameer Abdullah, CAR @ BUF
57 Devontae Booker, NYG vs. DAL
58 Samaje Perine, CIN @ DEN
59 Mike Davis, ATL @ SF
60 Peyton Barber, LV @ CLE
61 Carlos Hyde, JAX vs. HOU
62 Craig Reynolds, DET vs. ARI
63 Alex Collins, SEA @ LAR
64 Jeff Wilson Jr., SF vs. ATL
Sixty-five Godwin Igwebuike, DET vs. ARI
66 Royce Freeman, HOU @ JAX
67 Brandon Bolden, NE @ IND
68 Ronald Jones II, TB vs. NO
69 Jaret Patterson, WAS v. PHI
70 Khalil Herbert, CHI vs. MIN