The RB Hierarchy: Week 2

Each week we will release “The Hierarchy” for each position. The Hierarchy will release players rank according to where we at NoHuddle believe they will fall for that particular week using a tiered system. The higher the tier, the better off, the lower the tier, the more you want to stay away from those players. All rankings are based on upcoming opponent, past performances, and projections for the current week. Here we go:

The Kings: (Represent the Elite at their position for the week- Top End RBs)

  • C.J. Anderson
  • David Johnson
  • DeAngelo Williams

The Princes: (Represent the RBs that should perform at RB1 levels)

  • Spencer Ware
  • Ezekiel Elliot
  • Latavius Murray
  • Mark Ingram
  • Lamar Miller
  • Adrian Peterson
  • T.J. Yeldon
  • Ryan Mathews

The Dukes: (Represent the RBs that should perform at RB2 levels with a chance to sneak into Prince and King territory)

  • Todd Gurley
  • LeSean McCoy
  • Demarco Murray
  • Rashad Jennings
  • Matt Forte

The Marquess: (Represent RBs that should perform at a solid RB2 level)

  • Danny Woodhead
  • Melvin Gordon
  • Doug Martin
  • Eddie Lacy
  • Thomas Rawls
  • Theo Riddick
  • Arian Foster

The Earls: (Represent RBs that have a chance to perform at The Marquess level but most likely a Flex Play)

  • Jeremy Langford
  • Devonta Freeman
  • Carlos Hyde
  • LeGarrette Blount
  • Ameer Abdullah
  • Jonathan Stewart
  • Isaiah Crowell
  • Matt Jones
  • Jeremy Hill
  • Justin Forsett

The Viscounts: (Represents those best used as Flex plays)

  • Gio Bernard
  • Duke Johnson Jr.
  • Tevin Coleman
  • Terrence West
  • Christine Michael
  • Charles Sims
  • Bilal Powell
  • Derrick Henry

The Barons: (Represents the RBs that are the most desperate of all starts and flex plays)

  • Shane Vareen
  • James White
  • Chris Thompson
  • Jerrick McKinnon
  • Terrence West
  • Shaun Draughn
  • Travaris Cadet

All rankings are based on .5 PPR.

As always for further inquiries as to who to start or sit, contact us on twitter @No_HuddleFFB

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