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Week 10 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 10 highlight: It's been a while since we've seen a tight end rocket up rankings like Jacob Tamme has this season. But it makes sense when you consider his role and the team he's on. Tamme, who is replacing Dallas Clark for the balance of the season, has gone from a guy no one considered for Fantasy use to a guy who's a must-start in all leagues. Peyton Manning found him to be a reliable target pretty quickly, and the two have established chemistry through two games as Tamme accounted for 17 catches for 172 yards and two scores. Now if that's not impressive enough, consider this: Tamme has cracked the Top 35 in our flex rankings and Top 25 in our flex PPR rankings -- and that might not even be high enough. It's tough to believe that a guy who three weeks ago wasn't on anyone's roster is now a prominent Fantasy tight end, but when you're a Colt and Manning is your quarterback, it's not exactly a shock.

Look out for our Flex rankings every Tuesday with an update every Friday throughout the season.

Top 150 Flex Rankings
Name Pos Opp
1 Roddy White WR BAL
2 Adrian Peterson RB @CHI
3 Arian Foster RB @JAC
4 Ahmad Bradshaw RB DAL
5 Chris Johnson RB @MIA
6 Frank Gore RB STL
7 Jamaal Charles RB @DEN
8 Brandon Lloyd WR KC
9 Andre Johnson WR @JAC
10 Michael Turner RB BAL
11 Maurice Jones-Drew RB HOU
12 Calvin Johnson WR @BUF
13 Hakeem Nicks WR DAL
14 Anquan Boldin WR @ATL
15 Rashard Mendenhall RB NE
16 Cedric Benson RB @IND
17 Ray Rice RB @ATL
18 LeGarrette Blount RB CAR
19 DeSean Jackson WR @WAS
20 Terrell Owens WR @IND
21 Reggie Wayne WR CIN
22 Larry Fitzgerald WR SEA
23 Mike Sims-Walker WR HOU
24 Jason Witten TE @NYG
25 Peyton Hillis RB NYJ
26 Fred Jackson RB DET
27 Steve Johnson WR DET
28 Dez Bryant WR @NYG
29 Brandon Marshall WR TEN
30 Percy Harvin WR @CHI
31 Jacob Tamme TE CIN
32 Vernon Davis TE STL
33 Dustin Keller TE @CLE
34 Aaron Hernandez TE @PIT
35 Steven Jackson RB @SF
36 Jahvid Best RB @BUF
37 Knowshon Moreno RB KC
38 Mike Williams WR CAR
39 Randy Moss WR @MIA
40 Nate Burleson WR @BUF
41 Jeremy Maclin WR @WAS
42 Mike Wallace WR NE
43 Mario Manningham WR DAL
44 LeSean McCoy RB @WAS
45 Brandon Jacobs RB DAL
46 Tim Hightower RB SEA
47 Braylon Edwards WR @CLE
48 Nate Washington WR @MIA
49 Derrick Mason WR @ATL
50 Johnny Knox WR MIN
51 Mike Williams WR @ARI
52 Marcedes Lewis TE HOU
53 Visanthe Shiancoe TE @CHI
54 LaDainian Tomlinson RB @CLE
55 Marshawn Lynch RB @ARI
56 Willis McGahee RB @ATL
57 Ryan Torain RB PHI
58 Donald Brown RB CIN
59 Lee Evans WR DET
60 Chris Cooley TE PHI
61 Kellen Winslow TE CAR
62 Matt Forte RB MIN
63 Ronnie Brown RB TEN
64 Dwayne Bowe WR @DEN
65 Miles Austin WR @NYG
66 Michael Crabtree WR STL
67 Pierre Garcon WR CIN
68 Wes Welker WR @PIT
69 Danny Amendola WR @SF
70 Tony Gonzalez TE BAL
71 Heath Miller TE NE
72 Thomas Jones RB @DEN
73 Mike Goodson RB @TB
74 Danny Woodhead RB @PIT
75 Kevin Smith RB @BUF
76 Javarris James RB CIN
77 Davone Bess WR TEN
78 Hines Ward WR NE
79 Santana Moss WR PHI
80 Brandon Pettigrew TE @BUF
81 Joel Dreessen TE @JAC
82 Cadillac Williams RB CAR
83 Steve Breaston WR SEA
84 Jabar Gaffney WR KC
85 Anthony Armstrong WR PHI
86 Justin Forsett RB @ARI
87 Chad Ochocinco WR @IND
88 Eddie Royal WR KC
89 Santonio Holmes WR @CLE
90 Bernard Berrian WR @CHI
91 Jordan Shipley WR @IND
92 Earl Bennett WR MIN
93 Mike Thomas WR HOU
94 Arrelious Benn WR CAR
95 Deion Branch WR @PIT
96 Kevin Walter WR @JAC
97 LaRod Stephens-Howling RB SEA
98 Chester Taylor RB MIN
99 Felix Jones RB @NYG
100 Ricky Williams RB TEN
101 Michael Jenkins WR BAL
102 Steve Smith WR @TB
103 Demaryius Thomas WR KC
104 Jerricho Cotchery WR @CLE
105 Deon Butler WR @ARI
106 Brandon Gibson WR @SF
107 Ramses Barden WR DAL
108 Todd Heap TE @ATL
109 Benjamin Watson TE NYJ
110 BenJarvus Green-Ellis RB @PIT
111 Jason Snelling RB BAL
112 Shonn Greene RB @CLE
113 Keiland Williams RB PHI
114 C.J. Spiller RB DET
115 David Nelson WR DET
116 Devin Hester WR MIN
117 Chansi Stuckey WR NYJ
118 Jacoby Jones WR @JAC
119 Greg Olsen TE MIN
120 Tony Moeaki TE @DEN
121 Kevin Boss TE DAL
122 Anthony Fasano TE TEN
123 Jermaine Gresham TE @IND
124 John Carlson TE @ARI
125 Daniel Fells TE @SF
126 Beanie Wells RB SEA
127 Bernard Scott RB @IND
128 Brandon James WR CIN
129 T.J. Houshmandzadeh WR @ATL
130 David Gettis WR @TB
131 Mohamed Massaquoi WR NYJ
132 Roy E. Williams WR @NYG
133 Chris Chambers WR @DEN
134 Brandon Tate WR @PIT
135 Jason Avant WR @WAS
136 Brandon Stokley WR @ARI
137 Laurent Robinson WR @SF
138 Justin Gage WR @MIA
139 Jeff King TE @TB
140 Dante Rosario TE @TB
141 Brent Celek TE @WAS
142 Bo Scaife TE @MIA
143 Rob Gronkowski TE @PIT
144 Brian Leonard RB @IND
145 Marion Barber RB @NYG
146 Tashard Choice RB @NYG
147 Correll Buckhalter RB KC
148 Deji Karim RB HOU
149 Toby Gerhart RB @CHI
150 Mewelde Moore RB NE
Top 150 Flex PPR Rankings
Name Pos Opp
1 Roddy White WR BAL
2 Arian Foster RB @JAC
3 Adrian Peterson RB @CHI
4 Brandon Lloyd WR KC
5 Frank Gore RB STL
6 Andre Johnson WR @JAC
7 Hakeem Nicks WR DAL
8 Jamaal Charles RB @DEN
9 Calvin Johnson WR @BUF
10 Ahmad Bradshaw RB DAL
11 Chris Johnson RB @MIA
12 Ray Rice RB @ATL
13 Anquan Boldin WR @ATL
14 Reggie Wayne WR CIN
15 Steve Johnson WR DET
16 Jason Witten TE @NYG
17 Terrell Owens WR @IND
18 Larry Fitzgerald WR SEA
19 Mike Sims-Walker WR HOU
20 Brandon Marshall WR TEN
21 Jacob Tamme TE CIN
22 Maurice Jones-Drew RB HOU
23 Dez Bryant WR @NYG
24 Percy Harvin WR @CHI
25 Vernon Davis TE STL
26 Dustin Keller TE @CLE
27 Aaron Hernandez TE @PIT
28 Rashard Mendenhall RB NE
29 Peyton Hillis RB NYJ
30 Jahvid Best RB @BUF
31 DeSean Jackson WR @WAS
32 Nate Burleson WR @BUF
33 Michael Turner RB BAL
34 Fred Jackson RB DET
35 Knowshon Moreno RB KC
36 LeSean McCoy RB @WAS
37 Mike Williams WR CAR
38 Randy Moss WR @MIA
39 Jeremy Maclin WR @WAS
40 Mike Wallace WR NE
41 Mario Manningham WR DAL
42 Mike Williams WR @ARI
43 LeGarrette Blount RB CAR
44 Steven Jackson RB @SF
45 LaDainian Tomlinson RB @CLE
46 Nate Washington WR @MIA
47 Derrick Mason WR @ATL
48 Johnny Knox WR MIN
49 Lee Evans WR DET
50 Dwayne Bowe WR @DEN
51 Miles Austin WR @NYG
52 Michael Crabtree WR STL
53 Davone Bess WR TEN
54 Visanthe Shiancoe TE @CHI
55 Tony Gonzalez TE BAL
56 Cedric Benson RB @IND
57 Danny Woodhead RB @PIT
58 Braylon Edwards WR @CLE
59 Pierre Garcon WR CIN
60 Marcedes Lewis TE HOU
61 Chris Cooley TE PHI
62 Brandon Pettigrew TE @BUF
63 Ryan Torain RB PHI
64 Donald Brown RB CIN
65 Matt Forte RB MIN
66 Ronnie Brown RB TEN
67 Mike Goodson RB @TB
68 Hines Ward WR NE
69 Kellen Winslow TE CAR
70 Wes Welker WR @PIT
71 Danny Amendola WR @SF
72 Santana Moss WR PHI
73 Mike Thomas WR HOU
74 Heath Miller TE NE
75 Brandon Jacobs RB DAL
76 Tim Hightower RB SEA
77 Willis McGahee RB @ATL
78 Steve Breaston WR SEA
79 Jabar Gaffney WR KC
80 Eddie Royal WR KC
81 Bernard Berrian WR @CHI
82 Earl Bennett WR MIN
83 Deion Branch WR @PIT
84 Marshawn Lynch RB @ARI
85 Thomas Jones RB @DEN
86 Justin Forsett RB @ARI
87 Anthony Armstrong WR PHI
88 Chad Ochocinco WR @IND
89 Jordan Shipley WR @IND
90 Kevin Walter WR @JAC
91 Joel Dreessen TE @JAC
92 Kevin Smith RB @BUF
93 Cadillac Williams RB CAR
94 Santonio Holmes WR @CLE
95 Arrelious Benn WR CAR
96 Michael Jenkins WR BAL
97 Jerricho Cotchery WR @CLE
98 Brandon Gibson WR @SF
99 Javarris James RB CIN
100 Chester Taylor RB MIN
101 Felix Jones RB @NYG
102 Steve Smith WR @TB
103 Deon Butler WR @ARI
104 Ramses Barden WR DAL
105 Chansi Stuckey WR NYJ
106 Todd Heap TE @ATL
107 Benjamin Watson TE NYJ
108 Kevin Boss TE DAL
109 Jermaine Gresham TE @IND
110 Daniel Fells TE @SF
111 LaRod Stephens-Howling RB SEA
112 Ricky Williams RB TEN
113 Keiland Williams RB PHI
114 Demaryius Thomas WR KC
115 David Nelson WR DET
116 Devin Hester WR MIN
117 Jacoby Jones WR @JAC
118 Tony Moeaki TE @DEN
119 Anthony Fasano TE TEN
120 John Carlson TE @ARI
121 Jason Snelling RB BAL
122 C.J. Spiller RB DET
123 David Gettis WR @TB
124 Greg Olsen TE MIN
125 Jeff King TE @TB
126 BenJarvus Green-Ellis RB @PIT
127 Shonn Greene RB @CLE
128 Bernard Scott RB @IND
129 Brian Leonard RB @IND
130 Brandon James WR CIN
131 T.J. Houshmandzadeh WR @ATL
132 Mohamed Massaquoi WR NYJ
133 Roy E. Williams WR @NYG
134 Chris Chambers WR @DEN
135 Brandon Tate WR @PIT
136 Jason Avant WR @WAS
137 Brandon Stokley WR @ARI
138 Laurent Robinson WR @SF
139 Justin Gage WR @MIA
140 Dante Rosario TE @TB
141 Brent Celek TE @WAS
142 Bo Scaife TE @MIA
143 Rob Gronkowski TE @PIT
144 Shawn Nelson TE DET
145 Mewelde Moore RB NE
146 Early Doucet WR SEA
147 Brian Robiskie WR NYJ
148 Josh Cribbs WR NYJ
149 Antwaan Randle El WR NE
150 Beanie Wells RB SEA
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