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Week 10 Fantasy RB Rankings: Devin Singletary, Ronald Jones moving up fast

first_imgWEEK 10 NON-PPR RANKINGSQuarterback | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerThe story of Jones’ season has been more frustrating. Almost every game, he was more effective than Peyton Barber but rarely saw more work. Sunday, though, Jones outcarried Barber 18 to four and gained 67 yards with a touchdown on the ground. He also remained on the field in many late-game passing situations that normally fall to Dare Ogunbowale. Because of how frustrating Bruce Arians’ backfield split has been, we can’t say for certain that Jones will remain the man. But he’s still unowned in a lot of leagues, and if he can get 15 carries a game, he’s also in the RB2 range.One of the more intriguing battles to watch as the week goes on is in Arizona, where Kenyan Drake played better than expected in his Cardinals debut against the tough 49ers’ defense. David Johnson (back, ankle) and/or Chase Edmonds (hamstring) should have a chance to make it back from injury after last Thursday’s game. Kliff Kingsbury has said it will be a committee, although you’d have to imagine that Johnson, if fully healthy, will get the bulk of the work there. Any back in that fast-paced offense has fantasy value with enough workload, though.WEEK 10 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight endWe’d be concerned more about Chris Carson’s matchup (@ 49ers) this week if not for how successful Drake was against San Francisco. Carson did fumble twice Sunday, losing one, so that return of an early-season narrative is worth keeping an eye on. We’ll also continue to watch the backfield split with the Niners, where Matt Breida and Tevin Coleman continue to share carries, and with the Chargers, where Melvin Gordon finally looked a bit like his old self in Week 9.WEEK 10 DFS LINEUPS:Y! cash | Y! GPP | DK cash | DK GPP | FD cash | FD GPPBye weeks knock off a number of committee backfields this week: Royce Freeman/Phillip Lindsay, Sony Michel/James White, Jordan Howard/Miles Sanders, Carlos Hyde/Duke Johnson and Adrian Peterson are all off. The most notable player on bye at RB is Leonard Fournette.MORE WEEK 10:Waiver pickups | FAAB planner | Snap counts | Trade values | Fantasy playoff SOS Reminder: These rankings will be adjusted throughout week, so check back often for the latest updates and analysis!MORE WEEK 10 DFS: Stacks | Values | Lineup BuilderWeek 10 Fantasy RB RankingsThese rankings are for standard, non-PPR leagues.RankPlayer1Christian McCaffrey, CAR @ GB2Saquon Barkley, NYG @ NYJ3Alvin Kamara, NO vs. ATL. We’ll have to see how Kamara (ankle) is doing health-wise out of the Saints’ bye, but he should be in line for a big week as long as he’s healthy.4Dalvin Cook, MIN @ DAL5Ezekiel Elliott, DAL vs. MIN6Derrick Henry, TEN vs. KC. Henry continues to be one of the highest-volume running backs in football, and the Chiefs allow the third-most fantasy points per game (FPPG) to backs. Expect a big week.7Josh Jacobs, OAK vs. LAC8Nick Chubb, CLE vs. BUF9Marlon Mack, IND vs. MIA. No matter whether Jacoby Brissett or Brian Hoyer is starting, you can rely on Mack against the Dolphins porous run defense.10Mark Ingram, BAL @ CIN. The Bengals allow the second-most FPPG to RBs, so while Ingram might not normally rank quite this high, it’s deserved for Week 10. 11Le’Veon Bell, NYJ vs. NYG12David Montgomery, CHI vs. DET. The Lions allow the most FPPG to running backs this year. Montgomery almost always sees double-digit carries and a little passing-game involvement, so as long as he gets his usual workload, he should have Week 10 success.13Todd Gurley, LAR @ PIT14David Johnson, ARZ @ TB. Johnson (ankle, back), Kenyan Drake and Chase Edmonds (hamstring) all would have value if the other two were out, but if more than one is active, you have to defer to DJ, who has the most upside and should be heavily involved in the passing game, even with Drake in town.15Chris Carson, SEA @ SF. The Niners run defense is less scary after Kenyan Drake had success against it, but Carson’s two Week 9 fumbles (one lost) have us a little concerned about his job security, at least enough to bump him down this far. 16Aaron Jones, GB vs. CAR17Devonta Freeman, ATL @ NO18Tevin Coleman, SF vs. SEA. Matt Breida remains too heavily involved to count on any more four-TD games in the near future, but Coleman is still an important player in a run-first offense and should start in fantasy leagues because of that. 19Jaylen Samuels, PIT vs. LAR. Most of Samuels’ value seems likely to come from his catches — he had 13 in Week 9 — while James Conner (shoulder) is out. If Conner is back, you can forget about Samuels, who at least has the potential to do more in the run game.20Devin Singletary, BUF @ CLE. He finally outdid Frank Gore in carries, rushing 20 times in Week 9. The Singletary takeover of this backfield looks about complete, and so you can start him as an RB2 with confidence. 21Ronald Jones, TB vs. ARZ. Jones outcarried Peyton Barber 18-4 in Week 9, and we want to think that will continue. Because of how Bruce Arians seems to continuously fool us, it may not, but you’ve got to be on Jones at least in Week 10 against an Arizona defense allowing 4.4 yards per carry to running backs. 22Joe Mixon, CIN vs. BAL23Melvin Gordon, LAC @ OAK. Finally, Gordon looked like a solid NFL running back again with 20 carries for 80 yards and two touchdowns in Week 9. It appears he’s the lead dog again in this backfield and works as an RB2 most weeks going forward. 24Damien Williams, KC @ TEN. Williams and McCoy keep swapping back and forth, but after 125 rushing yards (including a 91-yard touchdown run), it’s Williams that gets the edge in our rankings this week.25Austin Ekeler, LAC @ OAK26Jamaal Williams, GB vs. CAR27Matt Breida, SF vs. SEA28Ty Johnson, DET @ CHI. Johnson will probably lead the Lions in carries but struggle to create much momentum on the ground. The medium volume makes him playable as an unexciting FLEX option. 29Kenyan Drake, ARZ @ TB. If Johnson and Edmonds remain out, slide Drake up the rankings, as he’ll be looking at a heavy workload after running well in his first game with the Cardinals.30Trey Edmunds, PIT vs. LAR. Edmunds had 12 carries for 73 yards with James Conner out Sunday, so if that injury status repeats itself, maybe Edmunds can repeat his ground production, too. 31Latavius Murray, NO vs. ATL. If Alvin Kamara remains out after the bye, Murray becomes a rock solid RB2 for Week 10.32Gus Edwards, BAL @ CIN33Kalen Ballage, MIA @ IND.34Peyton Barber, TB vs. ARZ35Frank Gore, BUF @ CLE. It looks like he’s been surpassed by Devin Singletary. He might get 10 carries against Cleveland but not do a ton with them. Another week of heavy Singletary usage can probably make Gore expendable in fantasy.36LeSean McCoy, KC @ TEN37Nyheim Hines, IND vs. MIA. Hines continues to see very limited involvement in the passing game, and if Indy handles business against Miami, gameflow will be working against him, too. 38Tarik Cohen, CHI vs. DET. The Lions allow the most FPPG to RBs, including being vulnerable against receiving backs. Cohen is a decent FLEX play this week, and his value is obviously higher in PPR.39J.D. McKissic, DET @ CHI. McKissic looks like a PPR option going forward, but if Detroit struggles to move the ball at times against Chicago, Week 10 might not be the week to deploy McKissic in your lineup.40Alexander Mattison, MIN @ DAL41Kareem Hunt, CLE vs. BUF. Hunt is back from suspension for Week 10, although he’s been away from the team and Nick Chubb has a stranglehold on the starting job. If Hunt is ever going to take a decent chunk of work away from Chubb, it shouldn’t be for a few weeks. 42Jordan Wilkins, IND vs. MIA43Rashaad Penny, SEA @ SF44Dare Ogunbowale, TB vs. ARZ45Darrel Williams, KC @ TEN46Dion Lewis, TEN vs. KC47Raheem Mostert, SF vs. SEA48Darrell Henderson, LAR @ PIT49Tony Pollard, DAL vs. MIN50Giovani Bernard, CIN vs. BAL51C.J. Prosise, SEA vs. BAL52Dontrell Hilliard, CLE vs. BUF53Wayne Gallman, NYG @ NYJ Devin Singletary and Ronald Jones were both well overdue for breakouts. We’ve touted them both, but for various reasons — injuries for Singletary and curious usage for Jones — neither had really had a top-tier NFL game prior to Sunday. After last week, we can’t say that any longer. Both had shining moments, and both, if their usage continues, will justify their elevated spots in our Week 10 fantasy RB rankings. And don’t forget — Kareem Hunt is back for the Browns this week, although it will probably be a few weeks until he affects Nick Chubb at all.For the first time this season, Singletary received more carries than Frank Gore (20 to 11). He was efficient, too, averaging 4.8 yards per carry for 95 yards total on the heavy workload. He added three catches on four targets for 45 yards. Buffalo had already been playing Singletary many more snaps than Gore, so it seemed like only a matter of time before his carries reflected that. A Week 10 game in Cleveland shouldn’t slow Singletary down, and he’s now firmly in the RB2 tier.last_img

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