What running back should I start Week 14?

What running back should I start Week 14?


  • Derrick Henry, TEN (at JAC)
  • James Robinson, JAC (vs. TEN)
  • Aaron Jones, GB (at DET)
  • Dalvin Cook, MIN (at TB)
  • Austin Ekeler, LAC (vs. ATL)
  • Chris Carson, SEA (vs. NYJ)
  • David Montgomery, CHI (vs.
  • Nick Chubb, CLE (vs.

Who is the number one fantasy running back?

1. Christian McCaffrey, Carolina Panthers (Bye Week: 13) The excitement of drafting fantasy football superstar Christian McCaffrey with the first overall pick didn’t last long in 2020. The dual-threat running back played in only three games due to nagging injuries.

Who is the best running back right now 2020?

Top 32 running backs for the 2021 NFL season | 1-10

  1. Derrick Henry, Tennessee Titans.
  2. Christian McCaffrey, Carolina Panthers.
  3. Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints.
  4. Dalvin Cook, Minnesota Vikings.
  5. Nick Chubb, Cleveland Browns.
  6. Aaron Jones, Green Bay Packers.
  7. Saquon Barkley, New York Giants.
  8. Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys.

What is PPR rankings in fantasy football?

Fantasy football rankings for Week 8 are based on the point-per-reception (PPR) scoring used in most seasonal and daily fantasy football formats. One point is awarded for every 10 rushing and receiving yards and one point for every 20 passing yards.

Who has a bye in Week 14?

Week 14: Philadelphia Eagles, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, Indianapolis Colts.

Who is the best running back for fantasy 2021?

Top Running Backs – Weeks 1 to 8 (2021)

Rank Player Points
1 Derrick Henry 175.3
2 Jonathan Taylor 131.4
3 Austin Ekeler 120.2
4 Joe Mixon 114.0

Who is the best running back for Fantasy Football 2021?

Ranking Player Name Team
Ranking Player Name Team
1 Austin Ekeler LAC
2 Najee Harris PIT
3 Darrell Henderson LAR

Who is currently the best running back in the NFL?

Top 50 Running Backs

1 Saquon Barkley NYG
2 Christian McCaffrey CAR
3 Ezekiel Elliott DAL
4 Alvin Kamara NO

Who has the most rushing yards in 2020?


Rk Player Yds
1 Derrick Henry *+ 2027
2 Dalvin Cook* 1557
3 Josh Jacobs* 1065

How does PPR work in fantasy football?

In PPR leagues, each player in your starting lineup receives points per every reception. Each reception is worth 1 point in ESPN Standard leagues and can be customized in custom leagues. Note For League Manager Leagues: With PPR, points are awarded to the player (RB/WR/TE) catching the pass.

What is PPR and non PPR in fantasy football?

Some leagues also give bonus points for big games (100 yards rushing or receiving = 3 points; 300 yards passing = 3 bonus points). Other leagues give a point per reception (PPR). Those that don’t are often called non-PPR leagues.