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Week 9 Fantasy Football Rankings


Quarterbacks

  1. Ben Roethlisberger
  2. Tom Brady
  3. Drew Brees
  4. Phillip Rivers
  5. Andy Dalton
  6. Aaron Rodgers
  7. Jay Cutler
  8. Ei Manning
  9. Cam Newton
  10. Tyrod Taylor
  11. Matt Ryan
  12. Derek Carr
  13. Jameis Winston
  14. Ryan Tannehill
  15. Peyton Manning
  16. Blake Bortles
  17. Sam Bradford
  18. Kirk Cousins
  19. Andrew Luck
  20. Marcus Mariota
  21. Teddy Bridgewater
  22. Nick Foles
  23. Johnny Manziel
  24. Matt Cassel
  25. Blaine Gabbart

Sleeper: Jameis Winston

As bad as the Buccaneers may be, Jameis Winston is providing steady fantasy production so far this year. Winston hasn’t posted less than 17 fantasy points per game this year, which makes him a solid QB2 this year. Against a bad Giants pass defense that just got torched by the Saints, I think Winston is a solid sleeper play this week.

Don’t Trust: Blake Bortles

Although Blake Bortles has been a QB1 so far this season, the Jets have a great secondary. This will be tough matchup for Bortles, who might not even chase points because of the injuries to the Jets’ quarterbacks. I have Bortles as a QB2 this week due to the matchup, so you may want to find a replacement.

Running Backs

  1. Devonta Freeman
  2. Todd Gurley
  3. Chris Ivory
  4. Mark Ingram
  5. Doug Martin
  6. Dion Lewis
  7. Lamar Miller
  8. Jonathan Stewart
  9. Deangelo Williams
  10. Adrian Peterson
  11. Latavius Murray
  12. Demarco Murray
  13. Lesean McCoy
  14. Darren McFadden
  15. Jeremy Hill
  16. Eddie Lacy
  17. Giovanni Bernard
  18. Ronnie Hilman
  19. Danny Woodhead
  20. Jeremy Langford
  21. Frank Gore
  22. Duke Johnson
  23. C.J. Anderson
  24. T.J. Yeldon
  25. C.J. Spiller
  26. Matt Jones
  27. Ryan Matthews
  28. Charles Sims
  29. LeGarrette Blount
  30. Rashard Jennings
  31. Shane Vereen
  32. Isaiah Crowell
  33. James Starks
  34. Antonio Andrews
  35. Karlos Williams
  36. Denard Robinson
  37. Melvin Gordon
  38. Branden Oliver
  39. Alfred Morris
  40. Dexter McCluster
  41. Christine Michael
  42. Chris Thompson
  43. Toby Gerhart
  44. Jerrick McKinnon
  45. Ahmad Bradshaw
  46. Tevin Coleman
  47. Roy Helu
  48. Dri Archer
  49. Zac Stacy
  50. Taiwan Jones

Sleeper: Ronnie Hillman

After great performances from both Ronnie Hillman and C.J. Anderson, the Broncos seem to re-discovered their run game that has been so productive in the past. Hillman is the number one option in denver, so he should defintely be trusted as a RB2 against an overrated Colts defense. Hillman will be a red zone option for Denver and should be started in most leagues.

Don’t Trust: T.J. Yeldon

As much of a T.J. Yeldon fan as I am, I just don’t love the situation that he is currently in. For starters, Yeldon will be going up against a great run defense in the Jets. Also, it seems that Toby Gerhart is getting some of the goal line touches for some unknown reason. Yeldon will be a RB2 for most of the season, but this week he shouldn’t be talked up.

Wide Receivers 

  1. Julio Jones
  2. Antonio Brown
  3. Odell Beckham Jr.
  4. A.J. Green
  5. Alshon Jeffrey
  6. Brandon Marshall
  7. Dez Bryant
  8. Demaryius Thomas
  9. Julian Edelman
  10. Amari Cooper
  11. Martavis Bryant
  12. Eric Decker
  13. Emmanuel Sanders
  14. Jarvis Landry
  15. Mike Evans
  16. Allen Robinson
  17. Michael Crabtree
  18. Randall Cobb
  19. Stevie Johnson
  20. Stefon Diggs
  21. Willie Snead
  22. Donte Moncrief
  23. T.Y. Hilton
  24. Brandin Cooks
  25. Allen Hurns
  26. Pierre Garcon
  27. James Jones
  28. Travis Benjamin
  29. Rishard Matthews
  30. Kendall Wright
  31. Marquess Wilson
  32. Marvin Jones
  33. Tavon Austin
  34. Brandon LaFell
  35. Jordan Matthews
  36. Robert Woods
  37. Davante Adams
  38. Malcolm Floyd
  39. Corey Brown
  40. Ted Ginn Jr.
  41. Anquan Boldin
  42. Mike Wallace
  43. Torrey Smith
  44. Terrance Williams
  45. Jamison Crowder
  46. Dwayne Harris
  47. Roddy White
  48. Marques Colston
  49. Rueben Randle
  50. Dorial Green-Beckham

Sleeper: Stevie Johnson

Being a Keenan Allen fanboy, I am extremly disappointed with his season ending injury. But, there’s always room for someone to step up, and I believe it’s Stevie Johnson’s time now. Johnson is avergaing 6 targets a game this year, but with Allen’s injury that number should rise. I have Johnson as a WR2 for this week, but it’s deffintely a risky play. One of the more boom or bust guys for this week.

Don’t Trust: T.Y. Hilton

Is it me, or does T.Y. Hilton feel like a complete bust this year? Hilton is currently ranked 18th in wide receivers this season, and this week it doesn’t get much better. Hilton and the Colts will be going up one of the best deffenses in the league in the Denver Broncos. I wouldn’t trust Hilton this week in daily leagues while also being avoided in week to week leagues if possible.

Tight Ends

  1. Rob Gronkowski
  2. Greg Olsen
  3. Tyler Eifert
  4. Jordan Reed
  5. Gary Barnidge
  6. Charles Clay
  7. Julius Thomas
  8. Martellus Bennett
  9. Delanie Walker
  10. Antonio Gates
  11. Ben Watson
  12. Heath Miller
  13. Austin Sefarian-Jenkins
  14. Vernon Davis
  15. Jordan Cameron
  16. Jason Witten
  17. Zach Ertz
  18. Kyle Rudolph
  19. Richard Rodgers
  20. Jacob Tamme
  21. Coby Fleener
  22. Brent Celek
  23. Dwayne Allen
  24. Ladarius Green
  25. Clive Walford

Sleeper: Austin Sefarian-Jenkins

If he can get healthy, Sefarian-Jenkins is a great option in most leagues. Sefarian-Jenkins would fill a huge hole that was caused by Vincent Jackson’s recent injury. With Winston starting to perform better week in and week out, Sefarian-Jenkins is approaching the TE1 category.

Don’t Trust: Jason Witten

The Dallas Cowboys are getting worse, but the return of Dez Bryant will hurt others in the Dallas offense for fantasy. Witten will be a huge benefactor of this, even possibly becoming droppable. Matt Cassel is having problems at quarterback, and Bryant taking those targets just add to it. Witten is defintely bust material until Tony Romo is back.

 

Andrew Scherer

Andrew Scherer

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