Rest of Season Cheat Sheet: Week 8

Rest of Season Cheat Sheet: Week 8

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Rest of Season Cheat Sheet: Week 8

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NOTE: These player rankings track a player’s value for the remainder of the season.

QUARTERBACKS

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Peyton Manning DEN 4
  3 Aaron Rodgers GBP 9
  3 Andrew Luck IND 10
  4 Drew Brees NOS 6
  5 Philip Rivers SDC 10
  6 Matthew Stafford DET 9
  7 Tony Romo DAL 11
  8 Russell Wilson SEA 4
Up 9 Tom Brady NEP 10
Down 10 Jay Cutler CHI 9
  11 Nick Foles PHI 7
  12 Cam Newton CAR 12
  13 Matt Ryan ATL 9
  14 Colin Kaepernick SFO 8
  15 Eli Manning NYG 8
  16 Carson Palmer ARI 4
  17 Joe Flacco BAL 11
Down 18 Andy Dalton CIN 4
Up 19 Ryan Tannehill MIA 5
  20 Ben Roethlisberger PIT 12
  21 Alex Smith KCC 6
  22 Mike Glennon TBB 7
  23 Austin Davis STL 4
  24 Kyle Orton BUF 9
  25 Derek Carr OAK 5
  26 Geno Smith NYJ 11
  27 Teddy Bridgewater MIN 10
  28 Blake Bortles JAC 11
  29 Colt McCoy WAS 10
  30 Brian Hoyer CLE 4
  31 Ryan Fitzpatrick HOU 10
  32 Robert Griffin III WAS 10
  33 Jake Locker TEN 9
  34 Ryan Mallett HOU 10
  35 Charlie Whitehurst TEN 9

TIGHT ENDS

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Julius Thomas DEN 4
  2 Rob Gronkowski NEP 10
  3 Greg Olsen CAR 12
  4 Jimmy Graham NOS 6
  5 Vernon Davis SFO 8
  6 Antonio Gates SDC 10
  7 Zach Ertz PHI 7
  8 Travis Kelce KCC 6
  9 Jordan Reed WAS 10
Up 10 Owen Daniels BAL 11
  11 Delanie Walker TEN 9
Down 12 Jordan Cameron CLE 4
  13 Jason Witten DAL 11
  14 Jace Amaro NYJ 11
  15 Martellus Bennett CHI 9
  16 Larry Donnell NYG 8
  17 Dwayne Allen IND 10
  18 Clay Harbor JAC 11
  19 Jared Cook STL 4
Down 20 Eric Ebron DET 9
  21 Andrew Quarless GBP 9
  22 Heath Miller PIT 12
  23 Scott Chandler BUF 9
  24 Coby Fleener IND 10
  25 Tim Wright NEP 10
  26 Austin Seferian-Jenkins TBB 7
Up 27 Gavin Escobar DAL 11
  28 Charles Clay MIA 5
  29 Niles Paul WAS 10
  30 Tyler Eifert CIN 4

KICKERS

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Adam Vinatieri IND 10
  2 Stephen Gostkowski NEP 10
  3 Steven Hauschka SEA 4
  4 Mason Crosby GBP 9
Up 5 Nick Novak SDC 10
  6 Justin Tucker BAL 11
  7 Dan Bailey DAL 11
  8 Chandler Catanzaro ARI 4
  9 Phil Dawson SFO 8
  10 Brandon McManus DEN 4
  11 Shayne Graham NOS 6
  12 Cody Parkey PHI 7
Down 13 Matt Bryant ATL 9
  14 Mike Nugent CIN 4
  15 Robbie Gould CHI 9
  16 Graham Gano CAR 12
  17 Shaun Suisham PIT 12
  18 Matt Prater DET 9
  19 Nick Folk NYJ 11
  20 Billy Cundiff CLE 4
  21 Kai Forbath WAS 10
  22 Blair Walsh MIN 10
  23 Cairo Santos KCC 6
  24 Caleb Sturgis MIA 5
  25 Greg Zuerlein STL 4

RUNNING BACKS

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 DeMarco Murray DAL 11
  2 Matt Forte CHI 9
  3 Jamaal Charles KCC 6
  4 Arian Foster HOU 10
  5 Le’Veon Bell PIT 12
  6 Giovani Bernard CIN 4
  7 Eddie Lacy GBP 9
  8 LeSean McCoy PHI 7
Up 9 Lamar Miller MIA 5
  10 Marshawn Lynch SEA 4
  11 Ahmad Bradshaw IND 10
  12 Andre Ellington ARI 4
Up 13 Shane Vereen NEP 10
  14 Joique Bell DET 9
  15 Alfred Morris WAS 10
  16 Trent Richardson IND 10
  17 Justin Forsett BAL 11
  18 Frank Gore SFO 8
  19 Reggie Bush DET 9
  20 Branden Oliver SDC 10
  21 Ben Tate CLE 4
Up 22 Ronnie Hillman DEN 4
  23 Chris Ivory NYJ 11
  24 Doug Martin TBB 7
  25 Pierre Thomas NOS 6
  26 Rashad Jennings NYG 8
  27 Steven Jackson ATL 9
Up 28 Anthony Dixon BUF 9
  29 Jeremy Hill CIN 4
Up 30 Bernard Pierce BAL 11
  31 Bishop Sankey TEN 9
  32 Jerick McKinnon MIN 10
  33 Denard Robinson JAC 11
  34 Antone Smith ATL 9
Down 35 Fred Jackson BUF 9
  36 Montee Ball DEN 4
  37 Darren McFadden OAK 5
  38 Andre Williams NYG 8
  39 Stepfan Taylor ARI 4
  40 Tre Mason STL 4
  41 Jonathan Stewart CAR 12
  42 Roy Helu WAS 10
  43 Knile Davis KCC 6
Down 44 Mark Ingram NOS 6
  45 Darren Sproles PHI 7
  46 Isaiah Crowell CLE 4
  47 Bobby Rainey TBB 7
  48 Carlos Hyde SFO 8
  49 Chris Johnson NYJ 11
  50 Matt Asiata MIN 10
  51 Benny Cunningham STL 4
  52 Daniel Thomas MIA 5
  53 Theo Riddick DET 9
  54 James Starks GBP 9
Down 55 Zac Stacy STL 4
  56 Toby Gerhart JAC 11
  57 Juwon Thompson DEN 4
  58 Devonta Freeman ATL 9
  59 Storm Johnson JAC 11
  60 Lorenzo Taliaferro BAL 11
  61 Ryan Mathews SDC 10
  62 DeAngelo Williams CAR 12
  63 Dexter McCluster TEN 9
  64 Khiry Robinson NOS 6
  65 Shonn Greene TEN 9

DEFENSE

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Denver Broncos DEN 4
  2 Arizona Cardinals ARI 4
  3 Baltimore Ravens BAL 11
  4 Seattle Seahawks SEA 4
  5 Cincinnati Bengals CIN 4
  6 San Francisco 49ers SFO 8
  7 Buffalo Bills BUF 9
  8 Detroit Lions DET 9
  9 Philadelphia Eagles PHI 7
  10 New England Patriots NEP 10
  11 Houston Texans HOU 10
  12 St. Louis Rams STL 4
Down 13 Chicago Bears CHI 9
  14 Green Bay Packers GBP 9
Up 15 Indianapolis Colts IND 10
  16 Kansas City Chiefs KCC 6
  17 Cleveland Browns CLE 4
  18 Minnesota Vikings MIN 10
  19 Miami Dolphins MIA 5
  20 Tennessee Titans TEN 9
  20 Washington Redskins WAS 10
  22 Pittsburgh Steelers PIT 12
  23 Dallas Cowboys DAL 11
  24 San Diego Chargers SDC 10
  25 Carolina Panthers CAR 12
  26 New York Giants NYG 8
  27 Atlanta Falcons ATL 9
  28 Jacksonville Jaguars JAC 11
  29 New Orleans Saints NOS 6
  30 New York Jets NYJ 11
  31 Oakland Raiders OAK 5
  32 Tampa Bay Buccaneers TBB 7

WIDE RECEIVERS

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Demaryius Thomas DEN 4
  2 Dez Bryant DAL 11
  3 Jordy Nelson GBP 9
  4 Antonio Brown PIT 12
  5 Randall Cobb GBP 9
  6 Brandon Marshall CHI 9
  7 Julio Jones ATL 9
  8 Alshon Jeffery CHI 9
  9 Mike Wallace MIA 5
  10 T.Y. Hilton IND 10
  11 Steve Smith Sr. BAL 11
  12 Emmanuel Sanders DEN 4
  13 Kelvin Benjamin CAR 12
  14 Jeremy Maclin PHI 7
  15 A.J. Green CIN 4
  16 Calvin Johnson DET 9
  17 Pierre Garcon WAS 10
  18 Michael Floyd ARI 4
  19 DeSean Jackson WAS 10
  20 Roddy White ATL 9
Up 21 Odell Beckham Jr. NYG 8
  22 Vincent Jackson TBB 7
  23 Andre Johnson HOU 10
Up 24 Golden Tate DET 9
  25 Michael Crabtree SFO 8
  26 Brandin Cooks NOS 6
  27 Julian Edelman NEP 10
  28 DeAndre Hopkins HOU 10
  29 Marques Colston NOS 6
  30 Eric Decker NYJ 11
  31 Keenan Allen SDC 10
Up 32 Sammy Watkins BUF 9
  33 Kendall Wright TEN 9
  34 Terrance Williams DAL 11
  35 Larry Fitzgerald ARI 4
  36 Reggie Wayne IND 10
  37 Mike Evans TBB 7
  38 Rueben Randle NYG 8
  39 Torrey Smith BAL 11
  40 Cordarrelle Patterson MIN 10
Up 41 Malcom Floyd SDC 10
  42 Mohamed Sanu CIN 4
  43 Davonte Adams GBP 9
Down 44 Percy Harvin SEA 4
  45 Andrew Hawkins CLE 4
  46 Markus Wheaton PIT 12
  47 Dwayne Bowe KCC 6
  48 Brandon LaFell NEP 10
  49 Anquan Boldin SFO 8
Up 50 Doug Baldwin SEA 4
  51 Wes Welker DEN 4
  52 Josh Gordon CLE 4
  53 Jermaine Kearse SEA 4
  54 Andre Holmes OAK 5
  55 Justin Hunter TEN 9
  56 Jordan Matthews PHI 7
  57 James Jones OAK 5
  58 Stevie Johnson SFO 8
  59 Jarvis Landry MIA 5
  60 Allen Robinson JAC 11
  61 Danny Amendola NEP 10
  62 Brice Butler OAK 5
  63 Brian Quick STL 4
  64 Riley Cooper PHI 7
  65 Hakeem Nicks IND 10
  66 Cecil Shorts JAC 11
  67 Eddie Royal SDC 10
  68 Andre Roberts WAS 10
  69 Kenny Stills NOS 6
  70 Kenny Britt STL 4
  71 Brian Tyms NEP 10
  72 John Brown ARI 4
  73 Greg Jennings MIN 10
  74 Louis Murphy TBB 7
  75 Brandon Lloyd SFO 8
  76 Jarius Wright MIN 10
  77 Ricardo Lockette SEA 4
  78 Travis Benjamin CLE 4
  79 Brian Hartline MIA 5
  80 Robert Woods BUF 9
  81 Brandon Tate CIN 4
  82 Devin Hester ATL 9
  83 Tavon Austin STL 4
  84 Miles Austin CLE 4
  85 Mike Williams BUF 9


Quarterback Movement

Tom Brady, PatriotsUp
Losing Stevan Ridley might actually be a boon to Brady’s stat line, as he’ll have to throw now more than ever–even if it’s dumping off to Shane Vereen, which so far is working out quite nicely.

Jay Cutler, BearsDown
Things are going south, the locker room is in chaos… and Jay’s never really been a “calm during the storm” type of guy.

Andy Dalton, BengalsDown
Throwing less, with several key pass-catchers out, and the Colts just provided a blueprint on how to shut the Cincy offense down.

Ryan Tannehill, Dolphins Up
Amazing what happens when you take an athletic quarterback and let him run around a little bit.

Running Back Movement

Lamar Miller, DolphinsUp
No Knowshon means plenty of Miller time in Miami, and thus far he’s been everything everyone thought he would be last preseason.

Shane Vereen, PatriotsUp
The Patriots didn’t so much replace Stevan Ridley as they did completely revamp their offense to play to its strengths–namely Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski, and Vereen’s pass-catching ability.

Ronnie Hillman, BroncosUp
At this point Montee Ball may not have much of a gig to hurry back to.

Anthony Dixon, BillsUp
Jumps from third on the depth chart to first for at least the next month. Plus, his nickname is “Boobie”.

Bernard Pierce, RavensUp
Often times coaches get it wrong and we just have to live with it: Thomas Jones over Jamaal Charles, BenJarvus Green-Ellis over Giovani Bernard, and now Pierce getting touches over the more talented Lorenzo Taliaferro. Eventually they figure it out, but right now all you can do is capitalize on the Ravens’ mistake.

Fred Jackson, BillsDown
Anytime the phrase “groin muscle separates from the bone” is used, it doesn’t bode well for their immediate fantasy future.









Mark Ingram, SaintsDown
Didn’t exactly walk back into his old role post-injury; looks like this backfield will remain a fantasy clusterboink.

Zac Stacy, RamsDown
Jeff Fisher is employing a three-headed committee, and in game one of that approach both of the other two backs scored.

Wide Reciever Movement

Odell Beckham Jr., GiantsUp
Has already taken over as Eli Manning’s favorite target. This offense will keep finding ways to get the ball into his hands.

Golden Tate, LionsUp
Already the best wingman Megatron has ever had, Tate has stepped up his game in Johnson’s absence.

Sammy Watkins, BillsUp
It’s all starting to come together for the rookie; who knew Kyle Orton was the key?

Malcom Floyd, ChargersUp
Just like last year, eventually Eddie Royal will come back to Earth. But Floyd has at least equaled Keenan Allen in Philip Rivers’ eyes, and that doesn’t appear to be changing any time soon.

Percy Harvin, JetsDown
Goes from one team that doesn’t throw to another team that doesn’t throw–and loses the option to self-medicate those migraines in the process.

Doug Baldwin, SeahawksUp
If and when the Seahawks do need to throw, Baldwin appears to be the WR1 by default.

Tight End Movement

Owen Daniels, RavensUp
Guess we shouldn’t be surprised he’s taking so well to an offense he’s intimately familiar with.

Jordan Cameron, BrownsDown
Every week in which he doesn’t post big numbers is just one more week until Josh Gordon returns to house all of the passing game attention.

Eric Ebron, LionsDown
Had an opportunity to step up as a red zone monster in Calvin Johnson’s absence; instead, he’s been hurt himself and that window is closing quickly.

Gavin Escobar, CowboysUp
Not exactly the guy opposing defenses are preparing to stop, but he’s fast becoming a Tony Romo favorite–and maybe Jason Witten’s heir.

Kicker Movement

Nick Novak, ChargersUp
This offense will continue to put up points, or at least get Novak close. And he’s on quite a roll himself..

Matt Bryant, FalconsDown
Apparently Atlanta can’t play all of its games at home. Against Tampa.

Team Defense Movement

Chicago BearsDown
Injuries and in-house squabbling stunt what was a bit of a bounceback for the Bears.

Indianapolis ColtsUp
They’re not the household names Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney were, but they’re getting to the quarterback just the same. Shutting out the Bengals certainly serves notice of their arrival.

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