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Week 2 Top 150s

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Not all leagues are created equal, and not all of them have starting spots designated for Flex players. But for those that do, we offer two versions of our Top 150 rank lists: One for standard formats and one for PPR formats. You might notice some peculiar rankings here, and that's because these are based solely from my weekly projections -- not an average of multiple points of view. So if a tight end is projected to get 20 yards and a touchdown, he'll be equal to a quality running back projected for 80 total yards. Thus, use these rankings as a starting point for your weekly research and use your own judgment to determine who you should consider starting.

Week 2 highlight: Packers running back Brandon Jackson was an afterthought last week. This week he's ranked at No. 22 overall in standard formats and No. 41 overall in PPR scoring systems. Following a season-ending injury to starter Ryan Grant, Jackson is expected to step into the primary running back role for the Packers, whose offense is considered among the most explosive in the league. The versatile Jackson doesn't have much of a track record, but playing with Aaron Rodgers & Co. sure will open the door for him to create a track record. His matchup in Week 2 couldn't be any better: Against the Bills in the first home game of the season at Lambeau Field. Buffalo's front seven is banged up and down several starters already, so Jackson should be considered an appealing choice for this week.

Look out for our Flex rankings every Tuesday throughout the season, with daily updates as necessary.

Top 150 Flex Rankings
Name Pos Opp
1 Steven Jackson RB @OAK
2 Michael Turner RB ARI
3 Ray Rice RB @CIN
4 Maurice Jones-Drew RB @SD
5 Adrian Peterson RB MIA
6 LeSean McCoy RB @DET
7 Chris Johnson RB PIT
8 Roddy White WR ARI
9 DeAngelo Williams RB TB
10 Frank Gore RB NO
11 Jerome Harrison RB KC
12 Ahmad Bradshaw RB @IND
13 Miles Austin WR CHI
14 Darren McFadden RB STL
15 Knowshon Moreno RB SEA
16 Arian Foster RB @WAS
17 Jamaal Charles RB @CLE
18 Ryan Mathews RB JAC
19 Greg Jennings WR BUF
20 Andre Johnson WR @WAS
21 Reggie Wayne WR NYG
22 Brandon Jackson RB BUF
23 Rashard Mendenhall RB @TEN
24 Larry Fitzgerald WR @ATL
25 Steve Smith WR TB
26 Marques Colston WR @SF
27 Antonio Gates TE JAC
28 Marion Barber RB CHI
29 Jahvid Best RB PHI
30 Joseph Addai RB NYG
31 Brandon Jacobs RB @IND
32 Calvin Johnson WR PHI
33 DeSean Jackson WR @DET
34 Santana Moss WR HOU
35 Vernon Davis TE NO
36 Cedric Benson RB BAL
37 Ronnie Brown RB @MIN
38 Shonn Greene RB NE
39 Jermichael Finley TE BUF
40 Visanthe Shiancoe TE MIA
41 Tim Hightower RB @ATL
42 Anquan Boldin WR @CIN
43 Johnny Knox WR @DAL
44 Terrell Owens WR BAL
45 Dez Bryant WR CHI
46 Pierre Garcon WR NYG
47 Brandon Marshall WR @MIN
48 Wes Welker WR @NYJ
49 Hakeem Nicks WR @IND
50 Zach Miller TE STL
51 C.J. Spiller RB @GB
52 Matt Forte RB @DAL
53 Thomas Jones RB @CLE
54 Pierre Thomas RB @SF
55 T.J. Houshmandzadeh WR @CIN
56 Chad Ochocinco WR BAL
57 Jabar Gaffney WR SEA
58 Dwayne Bowe WR @CLE
59 Mark Clayton WR @OAK
60 Dallas Clark TE NYG
61 Brent Celek TE @DET
62 John Carlson TE @DEN
63 Reggie Bush RB @SF
64 Cadillac Williams RB @CAR
65 Clinton Portis RB HOU
66 Steve Breaston WR @ATL
67 Austin Collie WR NYG
68 Randy Moss WR @NYJ
69 Steve Smith WR @IND
70 Hines Ward WR @TEN
71 Malcom Floyd WR JAC
72 Legedu Naanee WR JAC
73 Mike Williams WR @DEN
74 Mike Williams WR @CAR
75 Sammie Stroughter WR @CAR
76 Todd Heap TE @CIN
77 Aaron Hernandez TE @NYJ
78 Jeremy Shockey TE @SF
79 Chris Cooley TE HOU
80 Tony Gonzalez TE ARI
81 Willis McGahee RB @CIN
82 Steve Slaton RB @WAS
83 Kevin Faulk RB @NYJ
84 Eddie Royal WR SEA
85 Donald Driver WR BUF
86 Jeremy Maclin WR @DET
87 Jonathan Stewart RB TB
88 LaDainian Tomlinson RB NE
89 Devin Aromashodu WR @DAL
90 Percy Harvin WR MIA
91 Jerricho Cotchery WR NE
92 Danny Amendola WR @OAK
93 Nate Washington WR PIT
94 Jermaine Gresham TE BAL
95 Jason Witten TE CHI
96 Kellen Winslow TE @CAR
97 Felix Jones RB CHI
98 Justin Forsett RB @DEN
99 Lee Evans WR @GB
100 Mike Thomas WR @SD
101 Chris Chambers WR @CLE
102 Greg Camarillo WR MIA
103 Robert Meachem WR @SF
104 Mike Wallace WR @TEN
105 Tony Scheffler TE PHI
106 Dustin Keller TE NE
107 Bernard Scott RB BAL
108 Ricky Williams RB @MIN
109 Fred Taylor RB @NYJ
110 Darren Sproles RB JAC
111 Derrick Mason WR @CIN
112 Devin Hester WR @DAL
113 Mohamed Massaquoi WR KC
114 Demaryius Thomas WR SEA
115 James Jones WR BUF
116 Kevin Walter WR @WAS
117 Mike Sims-Walker WR @SD
118 Brian Hartline WR @MIN
119 Bernard Berrian WR MIA
120 Mario Manningham WR @IND
121 Louis Murphy WR STL
122 Michael Crabtree WR NO
123 Anthony Armstrong WR HOU
124 Evan Moore TE KC
125 Marcedes Lewis TE @SD
126 LaRod Stephens-Howling RB @ATL
127 Fred Jackson RB @GB
128 Chester Taylor RB @DAL
129 Peyton Hillis RB KC
130 Correll Buckhalter RB SEA
131 Leon Washington RB @DEN
132 Julius Jones RB @DEN
133 Roscoe Parrish WR @GB
134 Jordan Shipley WR BAL
135 Josh Cribbs WR KC
136 Roy E. Williams WR CHI
137 Nate Burleson WR PHI
138 Jacoby Jones WR @WAS
139 Kassim Osgood WR @SD
140 Braylon Edwards WR NE
141 Micheal Spurlock WR @CAR
142 Kenny Britt WR PIT
143 Joey Galloway WR HOU
144 Greg Olsen TE @DAL
145 Owen Daniels TE @WAS
146 Anthony Fasano TE @MIN
147 Travis Beckum TE @IND
148 Heath Miller TE @TEN
149 Bo Scaife TE PIT
150 Marshawn Lynch RB @GB
Top 150 Flex PPR Rankings
Name Pos Opp
1 Roddy White WR ARI
2 Miles Austin WR CHI
3 Steven Jackson RB @OAK
4 Chris Johnson RB PIT
5 Ray Rice RB @CIN
6 LeSean McCoy RB @DET
7 Maurice Jones-Drew RB @SD
8 Adrian Peterson RB MIA
9 Frank Gore RB NO
10 Andre Johnson WR @WAS
11 Reggie Wayne WR NYG
12 Brandon Marshall WR @MIN
13 Jerome Harrison RB KC
14 Darren McFadden RB STL
15 Greg Jennings WR BUF
16 Larry Fitzgerald WR @ATL
17 Steve Smith WR TB
18 Marques Colston WR @SF
19 Wes Welker WR @NYJ
20 DeAngelo Williams RB TB
21 Ahmad Bradshaw RB @IND
22 Ryan Mathews RB JAC
23 Anquan Boldin WR @CIN
24 Antonio Gates TE JAC
25 Dallas Clark TE NYG
26 Michael Turner RB ARI
27 Jamaal Charles RB @CLE
28 Rashard Mendenhall RB @TEN
29 Vernon Davis TE NO
30 Knowshon Moreno RB SEA
31 Arian Foster RB @WAS
32 Joseph Addai RB NYG
33 Ronnie Brown RB @MIN
34 Calvin Johnson WR PHI
35 Santana Moss WR HOU
36 Chad Ochocinco WR BAL
37 Visanthe Shiancoe TE MIA
38 Brandon Jackson RB BUF
39 Jahvid Best RB PHI
40 Matt Forte RB @DAL
41 DeSean Jackson WR @DET
42 Pierre Garcon WR NYG
43 Austin Collie WR NYG
44 Steve Smith WR @IND
45 Hines Ward WR @TEN
46 Jermichael Finley TE BUF
47 Zach Miller TE STL
48 Chris Cooley TE HOU
49 C.J. Spiller RB @GB
50 Reggie Bush RB @SF
51 Terrell Owens WR BAL
52 Dez Bryant WR CHI
53 Hakeem Nicks WR @IND
54 Steve Breaston WR @ATL
55 Mike Williams WR @DEN
56 Mike Williams WR @CAR
57 Tony Gonzalez TE ARI
58 Marion Barber RB CHI
59 Cedric Benson RB BAL
60 Shonn Greene RB NE
61 Johnny Knox WR @DAL
62 Jabar Gaffney WR SEA
63 Mark Clayton WR @OAK
64 Randy Moss WR @NYJ
65 Legedu Naanee WR JAC
66 Eddie Royal WR SEA
67 Brandon Jacobs RB @IND
68 Tim Hightower RB @ATL
69 Pierre Thomas RB @SF
70 T.J. Houshmandzadeh WR @CIN
71 Dwayne Bowe WR @CLE
72 Donald Driver WR BUF
73 Danny Amendola WR @OAK
74 Brent Celek TE @DET
75 John Carlson TE @DEN
76 Thomas Jones RB @CLE
77 Clinton Portis RB HOU
78 Jeremy Maclin WR @DET
79 Devin Aromashodu WR @DAL
80 Aaron Hernandez TE @NYJ
81 Jeremy Shockey TE @SF
82 Jermaine Gresham TE BAL
83 Jason Witten TE CHI
84 Cadillac Williams RB @CAR
85 Steve Slaton RB @WAS
86 Kevin Faulk RB @NYJ
87 LaDainian Tomlinson RB NE
88 Malcom Floyd WR JAC
89 Sammie Stroughter WR @CAR
90 Percy Harvin WR MIA
91 Jerricho Cotchery WR NE
92 Nate Washington WR PIT
93 Todd Heap TE @CIN
94 Kellen Winslow TE @CAR
95 Lee Evans WR @GB
96 Mike Thomas WR @SD
97 Chris Chambers WR @CLE
98 Greg Camarillo WR MIA
99 Mike Wallace WR @TEN
100 Tony Scheffler TE PHI
101 Dustin Keller TE NE
102 Robert Meachem WR @SF
103 Derrick Mason WR @CIN
104 Devin Hester WR @DAL
105 Kevin Walter WR @WAS
106 Mike Sims-Walker WR @SD
107 Brian Hartline WR @MIN
108 Louis Murphy WR STL
109 Evan Moore TE KC
110 Willis McGahee RB @CIN
111 Felix Jones RB CHI
112 Justin Forsett RB @DEN
113 Bernard Scott RB BAL
114 Darren Sproles RB JAC
115 Chester Taylor RB @DAL
116 Mohamed Massaquoi WR KC
117 James Jones WR BUF
118 Bernard Berrian WR MIA
119 Mario Manningham WR @IND
120 Michael Crabtree WR NO
121 Anthony Armstrong WR HOU
122 Jordan Shipley WR BAL
123 Kassim Osgood WR @SD
124 Marcedes Lewis TE @SD
125 Jonathan Stewart RB TB
126 Ricky Williams RB @MIN
127 Fred Taylor RB @NYJ
128 LaRod Stephens-Howling RB @ATL
129 Leon Washington RB @DEN
130 Demaryius Thomas WR SEA
131 Roscoe Parrish WR @GB
132 Roy E. Williams WR CHI
133 Micheal Spurlock WR @CAR
134 Joey Galloway WR HOU
135 Deion Branch WR @DEN
136 Greg Olsen TE @DAL
137 Owen Daniels TE @WAS
138 Anthony Fasano TE @MIN
139 Heath Miller TE @TEN
140 Bo Scaife TE PIT
141 Fred Jackson RB @GB
142 Peyton Hillis RB KC
143 Josh Cribbs WR KC
144 Nate Burleson WR PHI
145 Jacoby Jones WR @WAS
146 Braylon Edwards WR NE
147 Kenny Britt WR PIT
148 Steve Johnson WR @GB
149 Laurent Robinson WR @OAK
150 Travis Beckum TE @IND
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