Chat Sports' Fantasy Football Big Board: Top 200

As you get ready for the 2014 fantasy football season, Chat Sports' crack fantasy crew of Al King and Tom Downey will provide updated top-200 rankings from now until the season kicks off. The rankings will be updated bi-weekly throughout July and weekly for the month of August.

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Positional Rankings:

Tom Downey: QB, RB, WR, TE

Al King : QB, RB, WR, TE


Last update: July 19

Players POS Rank Al King Tom Downey Notes
1. Adrian Peterson, RB, MIN RB1 2 1 His nickname is AD, not AP. It stands for All-Day, because Peterson runs all day. Let's get it right. -TD
2. Lesean McCoy, RB, PHI RB2 1 3 Elite running back in elite offense, gets majority of work.
3. Jamaal Charles, RB, KC RB3 3 2 Top fantasy RB last season, gets the ball more than anyone.
4. Matt Forte, RB, CHI RB4 4 4 If he stays healthy, can put together a special season. -AK
5. Eddie Lacy, RB, GB RB5 5 5 Showed workhorse ability during rookie campaign, this year should be same.
6. Calvin Johnson, WR, DET WR1 6 6 Yes, still the No. 1 WR. No questions asked.
7. Peyton Manning, QB, DEN RB6 7 9 He won't have as good a year, but he's still the No. 1 QB. -TD
8. Marshawn Lynch, RB, SEA QB1 10 7 His age and mileage worry me, but there is a dearth of good RBs this year. -TD
9. Dez Bryant, WR, DAL TE1 8 10 With Scott Linehan as OC, I expect a big year from Dez. -TD & AK
10. Jimmy Graham, TE, NO WR2 11 8 He may be a WR in real football, but he's the best fantasy TE. -TD
11. Demaryius Thomas, WR, DEN WR3 9 11 The top receiving option on a team with the best QB in the league. Big things once again.
12. A.J. Green, WR, CIN WR4 12 12 Lot of people down on him this year, I'm not. -AK & TD
13. Brandon Marshall, WR, CHI WR5 13 13 Target and fantasy monster year in and year out.
14. Demarco Murray, RB, DAL RB7 14 14 He has the potential to be a No. 1 RB, but he needs to stay healthy. -TD & AK
15. Julio Jones, WR, ATL WR6 16 17 On track to be ready for Week 1. Falcons offense should be improved.
16. Zac Stacy, RB, STL RB8 17 16 Stacy proved himself mid-way through the season, and I expect more of the same. -TD
17. Le'Veon Bell, RB, PIT RB9 19 15 Maybe Blount takes away some TD's but still a mid-to-low end RB1.
18. Arian Foster, RB, HOU RB10 15 20 Big time bounce back candidate. But is missing practice tie with an undisclosed injury.
19. Doug Martin, RB, TB RB11 21 19 One of the toughest situations to predict. Draft at your own risk. -AK & TD
20. Gio Bernard, RB, CIN RB12 20 22 With Hue Jackson running the offense, I expect a big year from Gio. -TD & AK
21. Jordy Nelson, WR, GB WR7 22 21 Coming off his best year as a pro & possibly playing for a contract, could be big year for Nelson. -AK
22. Montee Ball, RB, DEN RB13 25 18 It seems like Denver is giving Ball a chance this season. -TD
23. Drew Brees, QB, NO QB2 18 27 Brees is the only QB to rank in the top 10 in fantasy points the past five years. -TD & AK
24. Alfred Morris, RB, WAS RB14 23 24 With a new offense, I'm worried Morris won't be as effective. -TD
25. Alshon Jeffery, WR, CHI WR8 26 23 Looks to be the second half of last year's top WR duo once again.
26. Antonio Brown, WR, PIT WR9 24 25 Look at Brown's stats from last season, you may be surprised. -AK
27. Aaron Rodgers, QB, GB QB3 27 24 When healthy, he's one of the best fantasy QB options. -TD & AK
28. Randall Cobb, WR, GB WR10 28 26 Cobb missed time last year with an injury, but he should bounce back this season. -TD
29. Vincent Jackson, WR, TB WR11 29 29 Possible improved QB play and addition of Mike Evans only add intrigue here.
30. Julius Thomas, TE, DEN TE2 30 30 Has potential to be a top-3 TE.
31. Pierre Garcon, WR, WAS WR12 31 33 Even with the addition of DeSean Jackson, Garçon is the Redskins top target. -TD
32. Larry Fitzgerald, WR, ARI WR13 32 32 He seems to be turning into a possession receiver. I still give him one more year. -AK
33. Andre Ellington, RB, ARI RB15 35 31 All aboard the Ellington bandwagon! -TD
34. Victor Cruz, WR, NYG WR14 33 38 If Eli and company can right the ship Cruz should have a promising fantasy season.
35. Roddy White, WR, ATL WR15 34 37 White never seemed 100 percent last season, but he's a quality bounce-back candidate. -TD
36. Andre Johnson, WR, HOU WR16 37 35 Johnson's dispute with the Texans and health hurts his fantasy stock. -TD
37. Keenan Allen, WR, SD WR17 39 34 Allen was solid as a rookie last year and I think he'll improve this year. -TD Worried about sophomore slump. -AK
38. Torrey Smith, WR, BAL WR18 38 36 Have a gut feeling about Smith this season. Playing the 'X' receiver in Kubiak's offense always produces. -AK
39. Ryan Matthews, RB, SD RB16 36 43 Matthews has talent, but he seems to always be hurt. It's hard to trust him. -TD
40. Reggie Bush, RB, DET RB17 40 39 Bush is dynamic, but I don't trust to him to stay healthy for a full year. -TD
41. Andrew Luck, QB, IND QB4 41 40 No one does more for his team than Luck. He's due for a big season. -TD
42. Rob Gronkowski, TE, NE TE3 42 41 Gronk is a second round pick when healthy, but it's nearly impossible to trust him. -TD & AK
43. T.Y. Hilton, WR, IND WR19 44 45 Hilton might have taken No. 1 WR duties from Reggie Wayne. -TD
44. Frank Gore, WR, SF RB18 45 44 Gore is 31 now, so the production falloff is coming. -TD
45.Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, MIN WR20 47 42 Patterson has superior athletic ability and the Vikings are expected to find ways to get him the ball.
46. Matthew Stafford, QB, DET QB5 43 46 Stafford is a better fantasy QB than a real life QB.
47. C.J. Spiller, RB, BUF RB19 48 47 His injury woes and the presence of Fread Jackson and Bryce Brown hurt Spiller's value. -TD
49. Michael Crabtree, WR, SF WR21 46 52 This is the year to draft him. -AK
50. DeSean Jackson, WR, WAS WR22 50 51 Jackson is a very good deep threat and RGIII throws a good deep ball. -AK
51. Ben Tate, RB, CLE RB20 51 50 Holding the slight edge over Terrance West for starting RB.
52. Shane Vereen, RB, NE RB21 52 49 I loved Vereen last year, and I still think he's the perfect Flex player. -TD
53. Percy Harvin, WR, SEA WR23 53 54 Excellent play making ability but may not have enough opportunities in a run-heavy offense.
54. Vernon Davis, TE, SF TE4 49 58 Davis is a freak athlete and is coming off a career year.
55. Rashad Jennings, RB, NYG RB23 56 55 Currently the lead dog in New York but Andre Williams is going to take goal-line work and possibly regular carries. -AK
56. Stevan Ridley, RB, NE RB24 55 57 If Ridley could stay out of the doghouse, he'd be a much higher selection. -TD
57. Bishop Sankey, RB, TEN RB25 60 56 Of all the rookies, I think Sankey will be the most reliable fantasy player. -TD
58. Wes Welker, WR, DEN WR24 57 60 Always a good bet for 90+receptions and if he stays healthy he could do it again. -AK
59. Chris Johnson, RB, NYJ RB26 59 58 You know the risks of drafting Chris Johnson at this point. -TD
60. Jason Witten, TE, DAL  TE5  58  63 Witten has always been Romo's security blanket and this year will be the same. -AK
61. Joique Bell, RB, DET RB27 68 53 Bell is the superior back in Detroit and will get plenty of carries. -TD
62. Cam Newton, QB, CAR QB6 67 62 Newton has an entirely new wide receiver core and a bum ankle. Scary pick. -AK
63. Michael Floyd, WR, ARI WR25  61  66 This could be a breakout season for Floyd. -TD & AK
64. Jeremy Maclin, WR, PHI WR26 64 64 Health a huge concern for Maclin who is now the No. 1 receiver in a top offense. -AK
65. Reggie Wayne, WR, IND WR27 63 65 Wayne is 35 and coming off an ACL-injury. He's proven the doubters wrong before. -AK
66. Toby Gerhart, RB, JAC RB28 62 68 Gerhart is expected to be the workhorse back in Jacksonville.
67. Colin Kaepernick, QB, SF QB8 65 70 ADP is currently 85. Middle of round 9 in ten team league. Good value for now. -AK
68. Marques Colston, WR, NO WR28 66 69 Still in an elite offense, but is in decline.
69. Kendall Wright, WR, TEN WR29 69 71 PPR asset until he improves his route tree and goes downfield more. -AK
70. Robert Griffin III, QB, WSH QB9 83 61 RGIII will look like the 2012 version. Just make sure you get a solid backup too. -TD
71. Pierre Thomas, RB, NO RB29 85 72 Thomas is listed as the third RB on the Saints depth chart but is expected to have plenty of receptions.
72. Eric Decker, WR, NYJ WR30 74 75 Decker won't put up the same numbers going from Peyton Manning to Geno Smith/Mike Vick. -TD & AK
73. Emmanuel Sanders, WR, DEN WR31 70 81 Has not broke a 1,000 yards in any season but has a good shot with Peyton Manning.
74. Matt Ryan, QB, ATL QB10 72 79 Getting Julio Jones and Roddy White back will help Ryan. -TD
75. Sammy Watkins, WR, BUF WR32 73 78 Plenty of good reports already coming out of Bills camp about Watkins. -AK
76. Deandre Hopkins, WR, HOU WR33 75 77 Now that Johnson is back, Hopkins value takes a hit. -AK
77. Julian Edelman, WR, NE WR34 79 74 Don't like him in standard leagues at all. PPR yes.-AK
78. Jordan Cameron, TE, CLE TE6 71 82 Hopefully Cameron plays more like he did in the first half of the season than the second half. -TD
79. Maurice Jones-Drew, RB, OAK RB30 81 69 MJD is looking to have a bounce-back season. Maybe a chance of scenery will help.
80. Lamar Miller, RB, MIA RB31 76 73 Miller could get the starting nod over Moreno. -TD Should. -AK
81. Phillip Rivers, QB, SD QB11 80 80 Rivers has been a top-10 fantasy QB in four of the last five years. -TD
82. Tony Romo, QB, DAL QB12 77 90 The back is obviously scaring Mr. Downey. -AK
83. Cecil Shorts, WR, JAC WR35 95 76 Shorts has missed practice time and has is an injury risk on a sub-par team. -AK
84. Golden Tate, WR, DET WR36 82 89 Lining up opposite of Calvin Johnson could make Tate a solid WR3 with WR2 potential. -AK
85. Ray Rice, RB, BAL RB32 86 86 Two-game suspension and coming off of a bad year. Not much to be desired. -AK
86. Terrance Williams, WR, DAL WR37 87 87 The Cowboys are going to have to throw the ball a ton because their defense is awful. -TD Sleeper. -AK
87. Tom Brady, QB, NE QB13  84  93  Brady needs Gronk to be a top-10 fantasy QB. It's tough to trust Gronk, so it's tough to trust Brady. -TD
88. Kyle Rudolph, TE, MIN TE7 94 83 Norv Turner loves using TEs, so this might be Rudolph's breakout year. -TD Not buying it. -AK
89. Bernard Pierce, RB, BAL RB33 91 88 I wouldn't be shocked if Pierce supplanted Rice this year. Problem is, neither looked very good last year. -TD
90. Greg Olsen, TE, CAR TE8 89 92 Good candidate to lead the Panthers in receiving this year. -AK
91. Steven Jackson, RB, ATL RB34 97 84 Has lots of mileage on his body and is already dealing with hamstring issue. -AK
92. Mark Ingram, RB, NO RB35 78 104 I feel this is the year to own Ingram. Possible good late round value.-AK
93. Dwayne Bowe, WR, KC WR38 88 96 Bowe is the Chiefs best WR, but he's inconsistent and can't be trusted. -TD
94. Nick Foles, WR, PHI QB14 96 91 No way he repeats his 2013 season. Is being drafted far too early. -AK
95. Jordan Reed, TE, WSH TE9 92 97 Huge breakout candidate. -AK
96. Russell Wilson, QB, SEA QB15 98 94 Wilson is coming off of a Super Bowl win and will probably be drafted too early. -TD
97. Riley Cooper, WR, PHI WR39 99 95 Showed chemistry with Foles but is in danger of losing his job to Jordan Matthews. -AK
98. Knowshon Moreno, RB, DEN RB36 108 85 Still recovering from knee scope and has had poor offseason. Miller is the starter. -AK
99. Danny Woodhead, RB, SD RB37 90 101 PPR machine. Excellent value where you can get him. -AK
100. Chris Ivory, RB, NYJ RB38 100 100 The thunder to CJ?K's lightning. -AK
101. Deangelo Williams, RB, CAR RB39  102  99 Listed as the starter but I feel Stewart leads backfield in carries this year. -AK
102. Fred Jackson, RB, BUF RB40 105 98 Oddly enough, this backfield is now 3-headed. Spiller, Jackson, B. Brown. Scary for fantasy.
103. Darren McFadden, RB, OAK RB41 101 102 Has the talent for a higher ranking. The injury risk is just too great, along with MJD also there now. -AK
104. Darren Sproles, RB, PHI RB42 93 111 There is a reason the Eagles got Sproles on the cheap: he's not the player he once was. -TD
105. Danny Amendola, WR, NE WR40 109 105 Talented but obvious injury concerns.
106. Mike Wallace, WR, MIA WR41 108 106 Wallace is overrated and always over-drafted. -TD & AK
107. Dennis Pitta, TE, BAL TE10 103 116 Looks to get back to his old form.
108. Stevie Johnson, WR, SF WR42 111 108 Boldin, Crabtree, Davis and then Stevie? Needs injury to have WR3 value.
109. Tre Mason, RB, STL RB43 112 110 Mason is a good talent but is behind Zac Stacy.
110. Khiry Robinson, RB, NO RB44 113 109 Expected to split early down work with Mark Ingram.
111. Jeremy Hill, RB, CIN RB45 110 112 Hill will replace the Law Firm as the Bengals' power back. -TD & AK
112. Brandin Cooks, WR, NO WR43 104 120 ROTY. -AK
113. Hakeem Nicks, WR, INDI WR44 117 107 Very, very tough to read. Listed ahead of T.Y. Hilton, I don't expect that to continue. -AK
114. Jay Cutler, QB, CHI QB16 106 121 Has the weapons around him to be a top-10 QB. Be weary of injury history. -AK
115. Roy Helu, RB, WSH RB46 114 118 I can see Helu stealing a sizable amount of touches from Morris. -TD
116.Ben Roethlisberger, QB, PIT QB17 119 114 Have to play the match ups with Big Ben. -AK
117. Justin Hunter, WR, TEN WR45 115 119 Has great size and ability. Shaky QB play and immaturity hold him back. -AK
118. Andre Williams, RB, NYG RB47 117 116 Has looked very good thus far and is the goal-line back in New York.
119. Anquan Boldin, WR, SF WR46 121 122 Boldin's season should be much of same, not knowing what week he will blow up.
120. Shonn Greene, RB, TEN RB48 120 113 Don't do it. -AK
121. Greg Jennings, WR, MIN WR47 118 126 Inconsistent QB play and presence of Patterson hurts Jennings's value.
122. John Brown, WR, ARI WR48 136 110 Looks like a legit third receiver in Arizona's offense. -AK
123. Steve Smith, WR, BAL WR49 122 123 I don't expect much from Smith, as he is on the decline. -TD
124. Donald Brown, RB, SD RB49 125 124 Needs a Ryan Mathews injury to be worth anything.
125. Jarrett Boykin, WR, GB WR50 124 125 Looking to fill the James Jones role but has Davante Adams nipping at his heels. -AK
126. Rueben Randle, WR, NYG WR51 123 128 Reports from Giants camp have been positive. Could be good value here. -AK
127. Mike Evans, WR, TB WR52 128 127 Will see plenty of opportunities lining up opposite of V-Jax.
128. Kenny Stills, WR, NO WR52 126 132 WR4 with potential to be a WR3.
129. Tavon Austin, WR, STL WR53 129 130 Rams and fantasy owners still trying to figure out what to do with Austin.
130. James Jones, WR, OAK WR54 130 131 Good hands, but don't expect him to produce in Oakland like he did in Green Bay. -AK
131. Carlos Hyde, RB, SF RB50 127 133 The direct backup to 31-year-old Gore. Solid play could force more playing time. -AK
132. Ronnie Hillman, RB, DEN RB51 119 143 Getting chance to showcase his skills while Ball recovers from emergency appendectomy.
133. Zach Ertz, TE, PHI TE11 132 129 Ertz is a good fit in Chip Kelly's offense. He's a year or so away from being a top-10 TE though. -TD
134. Knile Davis, RB, KC RB52 131 135 Davis proved he's a classic handcuff pick after his Week 17 performance. -TD
135. Andy Dalton, QB, CIN QB17 133 139 There might not be a more inconsistent QB than Dalton. He's just not reliable enough to be trusted as a starter. -TD
136. Jonathan Stewart, RB, CAR RB53 135 137 If healthy, could lead backfield in carries come seasons end.
137. Martellus Bennett, TE, CHI TE12 134 138 Will sit right outside of top-10 TE.
138.LeGarrette Blount, RB, PIT RB54 138 136 Reports saying he may be more than just a red-zone back?
139. James Starks, RB, GB RB55 140 134 Eddle Lacy's handcuff.
140. Aaron Dobson, WR, NE WR55 142 140 Dobson is dealing with health issues but has finally been cleared for practice.
141. C.J. Anderson, RB, DEN RB56 143 142 Currently sitting behind Ronnie Hillman on the depth chart as the No. 3 RB.
142. Markus Wheaton, WR, PIT WR56 137 150 Could surprise many this year, watch him on the waiver wire.
143. Charles Clay, TE, MIA TE13 141 147 Clay has missed a lot of camp and his week 1 status is up in the air.
144. Jordan Todman, RB, JAC RB57 149 141 Toby Gerhart's direct backup.
145. Christine Michael, RB, SEA RB58  147  145 Currently playing as the No. 3 back.
146. Jonathan Dwyer, RB, ARI RB59 150 144 Dwyer is listed behind both Ellington and Taylor in Arizona.
147. Carson Palmer, QB, ARI QB18 146 152 Palmer is in the second year of a Bruce Arians offense, solid QB2.
148. Terrance West, RB, CLE RB60  152  146  In a tight competition with Ben Tate, has look of RBBC. -AK
149. Josh McCown, QB, TB QB19 154 143 Played well with the Bears last season, looks to continue to Tampa Bay.
150. Eli Manning, QB, NYG QB20 145 155 Last year was terrible, the entire team is hoping for bounce back.
151. Joe Flacco, QB, BAL QB21 155 156 Ravens will deploy short-quick passing game. Flacco not a starter. -AK
152. Heath Miller, TE, PIT TE15 153 148 Miller is in the decline of his career.
153. Ladarius Green, TE, SD TE14 151 149 Very athletic tight-end who could overtake Antonio Gates this season.
154. Stefan Taylor, RB, ARI RB61 144 169 Could see him getting more work than expected. -AK
155. Devonta Freeman, RB, ATL RB62  161  153 With the starter Jackson in the decline and dealing with hamstring issues, Freeman could get his chance. -AK
156. Alex Smith, QB, KC QB22 165 159 Doesn't take enough chances to be fantasy worthy. -AK
157. Brandon Lafell, WR, NE WR57 160 158 Don't count on much from Lafell.
158. Ryan Tannehill, QB, MIA QB23 164 157 Only worth drafting in two QB leagues.
159. Andrew Hawkins, WR, CLE WR58 163 160 Depleted receiving core could be good for Hawkins.
160. Marqise Lee, WR, JAC WR59 162 161 Could lead the Jags in targets and possibly all rookies in receiving yards. -AK
161. Doug Baldwin, WR, SEA WR60 157 168 Moving to X receiver but a run-heavy offense limits his potential.
162. Robert Woods, WR, BUF WR61 156 170 Woods to move to slot, should see enough targets to be worth a late-round flier.
163. Odell Beckham, WR, NYG WR62 166 162 See Marqise Lee. -AK
164. Marcel Reece, RB, OAK RB63 167 163 If MJD and McFadden play like they did last season, Reese could get a shot. -TD
165. Lance Dunbar, RB, DAL RB64 182 164 With Murray's injured past, Dunbar could get a shot to be a featured back. -TD
166. Sam Bradford, QB, STL QB24 168 165 May be limited to a 2-QB league. -AK
167. Jerick McKinnon, RB, MIN RB65 181 154 McKinnon will probably be the backup behind Peterson. -TD
168. Mike James, RB, TB RB66 170 166 With the Sims injury his value increases.
169. Robert Turbin, RB, SEA RB67 172 167 Appears to still be ahead of Michael on depth chart.
170. Andre Holmes, WR, OAK WR63 171 169 Might end up being Matt Schaub's go-to WR. -TD
171. Jordan Matthews, WR, PHI WR64 169 171 Matthews should overtake Riley Cooper at some point.
172. Harry Douglas, WR, ATL WR65 158 183 If Jones or White go down again, Douglas will step up again. -TD
173. Ahmad Bradshaw, RB, IND RB69 173 168 Direct backup behind the not so impressive Trent Richardson.
174. Mike Tolbert, RB, Panthers RB70 177 173 Don't do it, don't you dare do it! -AK
175. Kenny Britt, WR, STL WR66 175 175 Can Britt return to old self? Tough sailing in STL. -AK
176. Ka'Deem Carey, RB, CHI RB71 159 151 Still third on the depth chart behind Forte and Draughn.
177. Kelvin Benjamin, WR, CAR WR67 176 177 Benjamin is raw, but with the lack of weapons for Newton, he could play early. -TD
178. Antonio Gates, TE, SD TE16 174 180 Gates could lose a lot of targets to Ladarius Green.
179. Delanie Walker, TE, TEN TE17 180 176 Walker is a reliable TE2.
180. James White, RB, NE RB72 178 178 Is a Ridley/Vereen injury away from any real value.
181. Bryce Brown, RB, BUF RB73 187 179 Stay away. Locked in a full-blown RBBC.
182. Brian Hartline, WR, MIA WR68 179 188 Always seems to find a way to produce. -AK
183. Jacquizz Rodgers, RB, ATL RB74 188 181 Will be true change of pace back behind Jackson and Freeman.
184. E.J. Manuel, QB, BUF QB25 184 186 Wouldn't even draft him in a two QB league. -AK
185. Andre Roberts, WR, WAS WR69 186 185 Too many other mouths to feed in WSH.
186. Jerricho Cotchery, WR, CAR WR70 185 187 Cotchery isn't a great player, but Carolina is low on options. -TD
187. Rod Streater, WR, OAK WR71 183 197 Streater is looking like the starter opposite of Holmes, with James Jones in the slot. -AK
188. Lance Moore, WR, PIT WR72 191 190 Moore is a nice backup in a PPR-league, but not in a standard league. -TD
189. Daniel Thomas, RB, MIA RB75 189 182 Ho hum...- AK
190. Kenbrell Thompkins, WR, NE WR73 192 189 Will struggle to see field if everyone stays healthy.
191. Mike Williams, WR, BUF WR74 190 192 Listed as starter opposite of Sammy Watkins.
192. Miles Austin, WR, CLE WR75 193 191 Always an injury risk, but might be worth a late round flier in big leagues. -TD
193. Mohamed Sanu, WR, CIN WR76 189 198 Sanu is going to start alongside A.J. Green while the injured Marvin Jones is out until at least week 5.
194. Bobby Rainey, RB, TB RB76 197 195 Competing with Mike James for backup role to Doug Martin.
195. Denarius Moore, WR, OAK WR77 198 196 Could be cut by Raiders.
196. Storm Johnson, RB, JAC RB77 200 194 Johnson was the best player on his college team (UCF) and could get a chance sooner rather than later. -TD
197. Lache Seastrunk, RB, WAS RB78 199 195 I'm a big Seastrunk fan, and wouldn't be shocked if he gets a chance if Morris or Helu struggle or get hurt. -TD
198. Coby Fleener, TE, IND TE18  195  193 Colts have expressed their desire to use more two tight-end sets.
199. Dexter McCluster, RB, TEN RB79  201  200 McCluster is looking to carve out a role in Tennessee. -AK
200. Jonathan Grimes, RB, HOU RB80  202 201 Currently the leader for the backup job to Arian Foster.

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