Fantasy Football Week 2 Running Back Rankings

Fantasy Football Week 2 Running Back Rankings

September 16, 2021 Comments Off on Fantasy Football Week 2 Running Back Rankings By Benjamin Alexander

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The 2021-22 NFL season began last week which means so did fantasy football. After getting a taste of the NFL season last week, it is important not to overreact some and make risky moves when setting lineups for this week. For the first few weeks, fantasy managers should pay attention to trends that they see from teams that could shape the rest of the season. Here are fantasy football week 1 running back rankings.

*Ratings are subject to change due to injury reports or possible move to reserve/COVID-19 list*

(Check out the section below for details on players already rumored to possibly miss this week and how their replacement options rank for the week)

Must Start- a player who is in your lineup regardless of the matchup or most circumstances. They Will likely finish near the top of the league in points that week and in most weeks.
Starting RB1- a player who makes fantasy owners comfortable starting week after week. Regardless of the matchup, this player has a high floor.
High-End RB2- a player who may isn’t likely to carry a lineup that week, but has the ability to have a breakout game and is teetering between RB1 and RB2 category.
Starting RB2- a player who should be started in most lineups and should reach their point projection. This player is started is because of their consistency and moderately high floor
Low RB2- a player who may not be a lock to start for a team every week, but will start more times than not. Their production may not be pretty or win a person their lineup but the production is consistent enough to make a fantasy owner comfortable starting them.
Flex- a player who could float around the territory of being benched, but is started due to the potential to play better than their point projection. However, this player has the potential to flop and causes a fantasy team to lose if he has a bad game.
Deep League Flex- a player who is more of a Hail Mary throw at the position. There are enough reasons to leave this player on the bench, but their upside makes them an attractive option. Desperate times may call for a player like this to be inserted into starting lineups.
Leave on the Bench- a player who should be avoided in all lineups that week. Many times this player could even be left on waivers.
Category Name Opponent Ranking
Must Start Christian McCaffrey vs New Orleans Saints RB1
Must Start Dalvin Cook vs Arizona Cardinals RB2
Must Start Alvin Kamara vs Carolina Panthers RB3
Must Start Derrick Henry vs Seattle Seahawks RB4
Starting RB1 Nick Chubb vs Houston Texans RB5
Starting RB1 Aaron Jones vs Detriot Lions RB6
Starting RB1 Austin Ekeler vs Dallas Cowboys RB7
Starting RB1 Jonathan Taylor vs Los Angeles Rams RB8
Starting RB1 Najee Harris vs Las Vegas Raiders RB9
Starting RB1 David Montgomery vs Cincinnati Bengals RB10
High-End RB2 Antonio Gibson vs New York Giants RB11
High-End RB2 Ezekiel Elliott vs Los Angeles Chargers RB12
Starting RB2 D’Andre Swift vs Green Bay Packers RB13
Starting RB2 Chris Carson vs Tennessee Titans RB14
Starting RB2 Myles Gaskin vs Buffalo Bills RB15
Starting RB2 Ty’Son Williams vs Kansas City Chiefs RB16
Low RB2 Elijah Mitchell vs Philadelphia Eagles RB17
Low RB2 Joe Mixon vs Chicago Bears RB18
Low RB2 Miles Sanders vs San Francisco 49ers RB19
Low RB2 Saquon Barkley* vs Washington Football Team RB20
Low RB2 Clyde Edwards-Helaire vs Baltimore Ravens RB21
Flex Melvin Gordon vs Jacksonville Jaguars RB22
Flex Darrell Henderson vs Indianapolis Colts RB23
Flex Kareem Hunt vs Houston Texans RB24
Flex Chase Edmonds vs Minnesota Vikings RB25
Flex Damien Harris vs New York Jets RB26
Flex Leonard Fournette Atlanta Falcons RB27
Flex Nyheim Hines vs Los Angeles Rams RB28
Deep League Flex James Robinson vs Denver Broncos RB29
Deep League Flex James White vs New York Jets RB30
Deep League Flex Javonte Williams vs Jacksonville Jaguars RB31
Deep League Flex Jamaal Williams vs Green Bay Packers RB32
Deep League Flex James Conner vs Minnesota Vikings RB33
Deep League Flex Devin Singletary vs Miami Dolphins RB34
Deep League Flex Mike Davis vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB35
Deep League Flex Josh Jacobs* vs Pittsburgh Steelers RB36
Deep League Flex Latavius Murray vs Kansas City Chiefs RB37
Leave on the Bench A.J. Dillon vs Detriot Lions RB38
Leave on the Bench Kenneth Gainwell vs San Fransisco 49ers RB39
Leave on the Bench Ronald Jones II vs Atlanta Falcons RB40
Leave on the Bench Kenyan Drake vs Pittsburgh Steelers RB41
Leave on the Bench JaMycal Hasty vs Philadelphia Eagles RB42
Leave on the Bench Mark Ingram vs Cleveland Browns RB43
Leave on the Bench Tony Jones Jr. vs Carolina Panthers RB44
Leave on the Bench Carlos Hyde vs Denver Broncos RB45
Leave on the Bench Tevin Coleman vs New England Patriots RB46
Leave on the Bench David Johnson vs Cleveland Browns RB47
Leave on the Bench Cordarrelle Patterson vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB48
Leave on the Bench Phillip Lindsay vs Cleveland Browns RB49
Leave on the Bench Damien Williams vs Cincinnati Bengals RB50
Leave on the Bench Tony Pollard vs Los Angeles Chargers RB51
Leave on the Bench Giovanni Bernard vs Atlanta Falcons RB52
Leave on the Bench Larry Rountree III vs Dallas Cowboys RB53
Leave on the Bench Samaje Perine vs Chicago Bears RB54
Leave on the Bench Rhamondre Stevenson vs New York Jets RB55
Leave on the Bench Sony Michel vs Indianapolis Colts RB56
Leave on the Bench Devontae Booker vs Washington Football Team RB57
Leave on the Bench Trey Sermon vs Philadelphia Eagles RB58
Leave on the Bench Salvon Ahmed vs Buffalo Bills RB59
Leave on the Bench J.J. Taylor vs New York Jets RB60
Leave on the Bench Darrel Williams vs Baltimore Ravens RB61
Leave on the Bench Jeremy McNichols vs Seattle Seahawks RB62
Leave on the Bench Ty Johnson vs New England Patriots RB63
Leave on the Bench J.D. McKissic vs New York Giants RB64
Leave on the Bench Matt Breida vs Miami Dolphins RB65
Leave on the Bench Alex Collins vs Tennessee Titans RB66
Leave on the Bench Malcolm Brown vs Buffalo Bills RB67
Leave on the Bench Alexander Mattison vs Arizona Cardinals RB68
Leave on the Bench Michael Carter vs New England Patriots RB69
Leave on the Bench Kyle Juszczyk vs Philadelphia Eagles RB70
Leave on the Bench Deejay Dallas vs Tennessee Titans RB71
Leave on the Bench Chuba Hubbard vs New Orleans Saints RB72
Leave on the Bench Justin Jackson vs Dallas Cowboys RB73
Leave on the Bench Zack Moss vs Miami Dolphins RB74

Possible Changes that can occur before Sunday

RB20 Saquon Barkley, New York Giants

Last week Giants running back Saquon Barkley played his first game since tearing is ACL last year. Barkley did not have an outstanding performance, but it was a step forward for him to get to the player he was two years ago. The Giants could take a safe approach with Barkley and could sit him out on a short week. New York is playing Washington Thursday night and that may not be long enough of a break from game action for Barkley who is not 100%. If the Giants decide to rest Barkley Devontae Booker moves up to RB40 betwen Ronald Jones and Kenyan Drake.

RB36 Josh Jacobs, Las Vegas Raiders

If it wasn’t for Josh Jacobs’ two touchdowns his performance Mondady versus the Ravens would have been alarming. It was impressive that he played out the entire game dealing with an illness and a toe issue. That toe issue appeared to affect Jacobs a lot during that game. He is still on the injury report with that toe issue. If it gets worse or the Raiders decide to let him heal up Kenyan Drake moves up to RB33 between James Conner and Devin Singletary.

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