Week 7 Position Rankings

Got a few sleepers on this list, but that post is yet to come.

Again, we have a ton of injuries to think about. San Diego’s Antonio Gates will probably play, but there is no way he will be 100%. Malcom Floyd looks like he might not be playing either. And Naanee is questionable. This greatly increases Patrick Crayton and Ryan Mathews, but brings Philip Rivers down a bit.

Vince Young’s status is still uncertain, but don’t expect a ton out of Britt or Washington if Young is out. Scaife’s production will increase though with Kerry Collins as QB.

So, as always, this is just a rough look at the league this week. Tons of great matchups for all the big names. Pray that you arent matched up against the owner of Steven Jackson or Ray Rice, or really anyone that plays for the Cowboys or Giants. Remember to check on injury status before throwing any of these guys in, because we are definitely to the point where 50% of the NFL is injured.

Lets do this…

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QB

  1. Drew Brees
  2. Kyle Orton
  3. Aaron Rodgers
  4. Tony Romo
  5. Tom Brady
  6. Eli Manning
  7. Ben Roethlisberger
  8. Philip Rivers
  9. Jay Cutler
  10. Matt Cassel
  11. Kevin Kolb
  12. Joe Flacco
  13. Alex Smith
  14. Matt Hasselbeck
  15. Matt Ryan
  16. Carson Palmer
  17. Josh Freeman
  18. Donovan McNabb
  19. Sam Bradford
  20. Vince Young*

 

RB

  1. Ray Rice
  2. Chris Johnson
  3. Steven Jackson
  4. Frank Gore
  5. Adrian Peterson
  6. Rashard Mendenhall
  7. Cedric Benson
  8. Jamaal Charles
  9. Maurice Jones Drew
  10. LeSean McCoy
  11. Ryan Torain
  12. Michael Turner
  13. Peyton Hillis
  14. Marshawn Lynch
  15. Matt Forte
  16. Ahmad Bradshaw
  17. Chris Ivory
  18. Felix Jones
  19. Knowshon Moreno*
  20. DeAngelo Williams
  21. Darren McFadden
  22. Beanie Wells
  23. Ryan Mathews
  24. Carnell Williams
  25. Michael Bush
  26. Brandon Jacobs
  27. Ronnie Brown
  28. Justin Forsett
  29. Tim Hightower
  30. Willis McGahee
  31. BenJarvis Green-Ellis
  32. Tim Hightower
  33. Jonathan Stewart
  34. Fred Jackson
  35. Brandon Jackson
  36. Danny Woodhead
  37. Marion Barber
  38. Mike Tolbert
  39. Ricky Williams
  40. CJ Spiller

 

WR

  1. Miles Austin
  2. Anquan Boldin
  3. Roddy White
  4. Hakeem Nicks
  5. Jeremy Maclin
  6. Dwayne Bowe
  7. Greg Jennings
  8. Randy Moss
  9. Brandon Lloyd
  10. Wes Welker
  11. Johnny Knox
  12. Brandon Marshall
  13. Larry Fitzgerald
  14. Marques Colston
  15. Mike Williams (TB)
  16. Percy Harvin
  17. Terrell Owens
  18. Steve Smith (NYG)
  19. Michael Crabtree
  20. Hines Ward
  21. Mike Wallace
  22. Chad Ochocinco
  23. Malcom Floyd*
  24. Santana Moss
  25. Roy Williams
  26. Jason Avant
  27. Mike Williams (SEA)
  28. Jabar Gaffney
  29. Deion Branch
  30. Dez Bryant
  31. Donald Driver
  32. Steve Smith (CAR)
  33. Kenny Britt
  34. Patrick Crayton* (Higher is Floyd is out)
  35. Lance Moore
  36. Louis Murphy
  37. Robert Meachem
  38. Danny Amendola
  39. Derrick Mason
  40. Danario Alexander
  41. Davone Bess
  42. Steve Johnson
  43. Mike Thomas
  44. Michael Jenkins
  45. Lee Evans
  46. Deon Butler
  47. Devery Henderson
  48. Mario Manningham
  49. Steve Breaston
  50. Damaryius Thomas

 

TE

  1. Vernon Davis
  2. Jason Witten
  3. Tony Gonzalez
  4. Brent Celek
  5. Kellen Winslow
  6. Benjamin Watson
  7. Heath Miller
  8. Antonio Gates*
  9. Zach Miller
  10. Aaron Hernandez
  11. Tony Moeaki
  12. Marcedes Lewis
  13. John Carlson
  14. Donald Lee
  15. Bo Scaife

 

K

  1. Robbie Gould
  2. David Akers
  3. Ryan Longwell
  4. Sebastian Janikowski
  5. Matt Bryant
  6. Mason Crosby
  7. Rob Bironas
  8. Stephen Gostkowski
  9. Josh Scobee
  10. Mike Nugent

 

D

  1. Pittsburgh Steelers
  2. Baltimore Ravens
  3. Seattle Seahawks
  4. San Francisco 49ers
  5. Washington Redskins
  6. Kansas City Chiefs
  7. New York Giants
  8. New Orleans Saints
  9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  10. Minnesota Vikings
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9 Comments

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9 responses to “Week 7 Position Rankings

  1. jonathan

    what do you think about Danny Woodhead?
    can this player continue like he did in is previous matchup?
    what do you think about Eddie Royal? does the harmstring injury can manage less point in the futures week? if i pick woodhead I must drop Royal!
    hightower or brandon jackson for the rest of the season?
    thk!!!

    • Kevin

      Quick answer from me to help you out. Disclaimer is that I’m not Andrew but I had Hightower earlier in the season.

      The fact is that as long as Beanie Wells is healthy Hightower is going to come out on the short end of a 60-40 timeshare. Couple that with the fact that Arizona is arguably the worst team in the NFL and it makes for a very bad run for Hightower. Just look at his production since Wells returned from injury. IMHO Jackson is better going forward assuming Wells stays healthy. It’s a gamble for you on the pick up either way but unless your league is very deep Hightower will be left alone until such a time as Wells is picked up.

    • woodhead could be alright this year. he’ll see about half the carries and get a handful of receptions out of the backfield. I’m not positive about the RB injuries situation in NE, but i think woodhead has proved that he is good enough to play every week. his production will fluctuate, but he is there if you need him.
      Royal is a #1 receiver. He will likely not play this week, but i think he’ll only be affected by the injury for a week or 2. its a tough call to drop him, because he has been productive. Royal will see the endzone more, but yardage wise, (with rushing and receiving combined) they are about even.

      BJax is much better for the rest of the year than hightower.

      -andrew

  2. Jeff

    I see Marshawn Lynch much higher than Felix Jones on this list…I have to choose between the 2 of them…Cardinals D kinda sucks…but felix tends to see a lot of action…anyone have a scale-tipping suggestion on this one?

    • Jeff

      I’m goin with lynch vs the shitty D.

    • Arizona give up 27 points and 140 rushing yards per game. Lynch is primed for a breakout week and this is the best team in the NFL to do it against. Felix jones always has potential, but with the Cowboys being my team, I know that they are having trouble on the ground, and since they are always tied up at the end of games due to massive penalties and mistakes, they are much more of a passing team. Even if for some reason they do get way ahead in this game and run the ball, I have to imagine that Marion Barber will get the majority of late carries.

      Lynch will rack it up this week, count on it.
      Jones always has potential to break one, but he hasnt done much this year at all.

      -andrew

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