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Week 14 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 14 highlight: Things happen fast in the NFL: One week a running back is laying on waivers with minimal attention, the next he's a must-add. That's how it goes for the likes of Tashard Choice and James Starks, both of whom had good performances in Week 13 and stand to build on them in Week 14. Choice is expected to continue splitting reps with Felix Jones in Dallas, and this week they'll take on a Philadelphia defense that has allowed 281 rush yards and two total touchdowns to opposing rushers over its last two games. Starks will also share with Brandon Jackson and John Kuhn on Sunday against a Lions run defense that's yielded four touchdowns on the ground over their last two outings. It's crunch time in the Fantasy world, but these young and hungry running backs are poised to help owners now.

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

Top 150 Flex Rankings
Name Pos Opp
1 Peyton Hillis CLE RB @BUF
2 Maurice Jones-Drew JAC RB OAK
3 Michael Turner ATL RB @CAR
4 Knowshon Moreno DEN RB @ARI
5 Arian Foster HOU RB BAL
6 Greg Jennings GB WR @DET
7 Adrian Peterson MIN RB NYG
8 Steven Jackson STL RB @NO
9 Rashard Mendenhall PIT RB CIN
10 Ray Rice BAL RB @HOU
11 LeSean McCoy PHI RB @DAL
12 Andre Johnson HOU WR BAL
13 Jeremy Maclin PHI WR @DAL
14 Marques Colston NO WR STL
15 Chris Johnson TEN RB IND
16 LeGarrette Blount TB RB @WAS
17 Jamaal Charles KC RB @SD
18 Mike Tolbert SD RB KC
19 Chris Ivory NO RB STL
20 Matt Forte CHI RB NE
21 Brandon Lloyd DEN WR @ARI
22 Wes Welker NE WR @CHI
23 Roddy White ATL WR @CAR
24 Jacob Tamme IND TE @TEN
25 BenJarvus Green-Ellis NE RB @CHI
26 Darren McFadden OAK RB @JAC
27 Fred Jackson BUF RB CLE
28 Brandon Jacobs NYG RB @MIN
29 Calvin Johnson DET WR GB
30 Antonio Gates SD TE KC
31 Tashard Choice DAL RB PHI
32 Reggie Wayne IND WR @TEN
33 Anquan Boldin BAL WR @HOU
34 Donald Driver GB WR @DET
35 Hakeem Nicks NYG WR @MIN
36 Santonio Holmes NYJ WR MIA
37 Michael Crabtree SF WR SEA
38 Terrell Owens CIN WR @PIT
39 Mike Wallace PIT WR CIN
40 Jason Witten DAL TE PHI
41 Tim Hightower ARI RB DEN
42 Mike Williams TB WR @WAS
43 Miles Austin DAL WR PHI
44 Dwayne Bowe KC WR @SD
45 Santana Moss WAS WR TB
46 Ahmad Bradshaw NYG RB @MIN
47 Thomas Jones KC RB @SD
48 Anthony Dixon SF RB SEA
49 DeSean Jackson PHI WR @DAL
50 Ben Obomanu SEA WR @SF
51 Blair White IND WR @TEN
52 Robert Meachem NO WR STL
53 Sidney Rice MIN WR NYG
54 Earl Bennett CHI WR NE
55 Steve Johnson BUF WR CLE
56 LaDainian Tomlinson NYJ RB MIA
57 Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR DEN
58 Pierre Garcon IND WR @TEN
59 Mario Manningham NYG WR @MIN
60 Jacoby Ford OAK WR @JAC
61 Lance Moore NO WR STL
62 Vernon Davis SF TE SEA
63 Jonathan Stewart CAR RB ATL
64 Felix Jones DAL RB PHI
65 Cedric Benson CIN RB @PIT
66 James Starks GB RB @DET
67 Javarris James IND RB @TEN
68 Ryan Torain WAS RB TB
69 Ronnie Brown MIA RB @NYJ
70 Shonn Greene NYJ RB MIA
71 Brian Westbrook SF RB SEA
72 Malcom Floyd SD WR KC
73 Steve Smith NYG WR @MIN
74 Braylon Edwards NYJ WR MIA
75 Davone Bess MIA WR @NYJ
76 Johnny Knox CHI WR NE
77 T.J. Houshmandzadeh BAL WR @HOU
78 Nate Washington TEN WR IND
79 Chris Cooley WAS TE TB
80 Brandon Pettigrew DET TE GB
81 Marcedes Lewis JAC TE OAK
82 Greg Olsen CHI TE NE
83 Benjamin Watson CLE TE @BUF
84 Rob Gronkowski NE TE @CHI
85 Danny Woodhead NE RB @CHI
86 Donald Brown IND RB @TEN
87 Marshawn Lynch SEA RB @SF
88 John Kuhn GB RB @DET
89 Vincent Jackson SD WR KC
90 Deion Branch NE WR @CHI
91 Roy E. Williams DAL WR PHI
92 Hines Ward PIT WR CIN
93 Chad Ochocinco CIN WR @PIT
94 Danny Amendola STL WR @NO
95 Owen Daniels HOU TE BAL
96 Aaron Hernandez NE TE @CHI
97 Jimmy Graham NO TE STL
98 Tony Gonzalez ATL TE @CAR
99 Daniel Fells STL TE @NO
100 Anthony Fasano MIA TE @NYJ
101 Maurice Morris DET RB GB
102 Rashad Jennings JAC RB OAK
103 Ricky Williams MIA RB @NYJ
104 Jahvid Best DET RB GB
105 Darren Sproles SD RB KC
106 Derrick Mason BAL WR @HOU
107 Steve Breaston ARI WR DEN
108 Brandon Marshall MIA WR @NYJ
109 Kenny Britt TEN WR IND
110 Mohamed Massaquoi CLE WR @BUF
111 Nate Burleson DET WR GB
112 Jabar Gaffney DEN WR @ARI
113 David Nelson BUF WR CLE
114 Brent Celek PHI TE @DAL
115 Kellen Winslow TB TE @WAS
116 Brandon Jackson GB RB @DET
117 Reggie Bush NO RB STL
118 Beanie Wells ARI RB DEN
119 Michael Bush OAK RB @JAC
120 Mike Thomas JAC WR OAK
121 Steve Smith CAR WR ATL
122 Brandon Gibson STL WR @NO
123 Donte' Stallworth BAL WR @HOU
124 Louis Murphy OAK WR @JAC
125 Jason Avant PHI WR @DAL
126 Brandon Stokley SEA WR @SF
127 Anthony Armstrong WAS WR TB
128 Eddie Royal DEN WR @ARI
129 Emmanuel Sanders PIT WR CIN
130 Kevin Walter HOU WR BAL
131 Jordan Shipley CIN WR @PIT
132 Tony Moeaki KC TE @SD
133 Jared Cook TEN TE IND
134 Cadillac Williams TB RB @WAS
135 James Davis WAS RB TB
136 C.J. Spiller BUF RB CLE
137 Isaac Redman PIT RB CIN
138 Devin Hester CHI WR NE
139 Michael Jenkins ATL WR @CAR
140 Lee Evans BUF WR CLE
141 Brandon LaFell CAR WR ATL
142 Brian Robiskie CLE WR @BUF
143 Sam Hurd DAL WR PHI
144 Jerricho Cotchery NYJ WR MIA
145 Josh Morgan SF WR SEA
146 Danario Alexander STL WR @NO
147 Jacoby Jones HOU WR BAL
148 Kevin Boss NYG TE @MIN
149 Ed Dickson BAL TE @HOU
150 Zach Miller JAC TE OAK
Top 150 Flex PPR Rankings
Name Pos Opp
1 Peyton Hillis CLE RB @BUF
2 Maurice Jones-Drew JAC RB OAK
3 Greg Jennings GB WR @DET
4 Knowshon Moreno DEN RB @ARI
5 Arian Foster HOU RB BAL
6 Michael Turner ATL RB @CAR
7 Jeremy Maclin PHI WR @DAL
8 Andre Johnson HOU WR BAL
9 Marques Colston NO WR STL
10 Wes Welker NE WR @CHI
11 LeSean McCoy PHI RB @DAL
12 Brandon Lloyd DEN WR @ARI
13 Reggie Wayne IND WR @TEN
14 Jacob Tamme IND TE @TEN
15 Adrian Peterson MIN RB NYG
16 Ray Rice BAL RB @HOU
17 Fred Jackson BUF RB CLE
18 Roddy White ATL WR @CAR
19 Steven Jackson STL RB @NO
20 Miles Austin DAL WR PHI
21 Antonio Gates SD TE KC
22 Jason Witten DAL TE PHI
23 Rashard Mendenhall PIT RB CIN
24 Mike Tolbert SD RB KC
25 Matt Forte CHI RB NE
26 Darren McFadden OAK RB @JAC
27 Calvin Johnson DET WR GB
28 Donald Driver GB WR @DET
29 Terrell Owens CIN WR @PIT
30 Chris Johnson TEN RB IND
31 Jamaal Charles KC RB @SD
32 Anquan Boldin BAL WR @HOU
33 Hakeem Nicks NYG WR @MIN
34 Santonio Holmes NYJ WR MIA
35 Michael Crabtree SF WR SEA
36 Mike Wallace PIT WR CIN
37 LeGarrette Blount TB RB @WAS
38 Brandon Jacobs NYG RB @MIN
39 Mike Williams TB WR @WAS
40 Santana Moss WAS WR TB
41 DeSean Jackson PHI WR @DAL
42 Sidney Rice MIN WR NYG
43 Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR DEN
44 Pierre Garcon IND WR @TEN
45 Chris Ivory NO RB STL
46 BenJarvus Green-Ellis NE RB @CHI
47 Ahmad Bradshaw NYG RB @MIN
48 Dwayne Bowe KC WR @SD
49 Earl Bennett CHI WR NE
50 Steve Smith NYG WR @MIN
51 Davone Bess MIA WR @NYJ
52 Vernon Davis SF TE SEA
53 Brandon Pettigrew DET TE GB
54 Benjamin Watson CLE TE @BUF
55 Tim Hightower ARI RB DEN
56 Ben Obomanu SEA WR @SF
57 Blair White IND WR @TEN
58 Robert Meachem NO WR STL
59 Steve Johnson BUF WR CLE
60 Braylon Edwards NYJ WR MIA
61 Johnny Knox CHI WR NE
62 Deion Branch NE WR @CHI
63 Danny Amendola STL WR @NO
64 Chris Cooley WAS TE TB
65 Marcedes Lewis JAC TE OAK
66 Tashard Choice DAL RB PHI
67 LaDainian Tomlinson NYJ RB MIA
68 Mario Manningham NYG WR @MIN
69 Lance Moore NO WR STL
70 Malcom Floyd SD WR KC
71 Nate Washington TEN WR IND
72 Roy E. Williams DAL WR PHI
73 Hines Ward PIT WR CIN
74 Chad Ochocinco CIN WR @PIT
75 Tony Gonzalez ATL TE @CAR
76 Thomas Jones KC RB @SD
77 Felix Jones DAL RB PHI
78 Cedric Benson CIN RB @PIT
79 Ryan Torain WAS RB TB
80 Brian Westbrook SF RB SEA
81 Danny Woodhead NE RB @CHI
82 Jacoby Ford OAK WR @JAC
83 Vincent Jackson SD WR KC
84 Steve Breaston ARI WR DEN
85 Aaron Hernandez NE TE @CHI
86 Jimmy Graham NO TE STL
87 Anthony Dixon SF RB SEA
88 Ronnie Brown MIA RB @NYJ
89 Maurice Morris DET RB GB
90 T.J. Houshmandzadeh BAL WR @HOU
91 Derrick Mason BAL WR @HOU
92 Brandon Marshall MIA WR @NYJ
93 Nate Burleson DET WR GB
94 Jabar Gaffney DEN WR @ARI
95 David Nelson BUF WR CLE
96 Mike Thomas JAC WR OAK
97 Brandon Gibson STL WR @NO
98 Greg Olsen CHI TE NE
99 Brent Celek PHI TE @DAL
100 Kellen Winslow TB TE @WAS
101 Donald Brown IND RB @TEN
102 Marshawn Lynch SEA RB @SF
103 Jahvid Best DET RB GB
104 Kenny Britt TEN WR IND
105 Mohamed Massaquoi CLE WR @BUF
106 Jason Avant PHI WR @DAL
107 Brandon Stokley SEA WR @SF
108 Eddie Royal DEN WR @ARI
109 Jordan Shipley CIN WR @PIT
110 Rob Gronkowski NE TE @CHI
111 Owen Daniels HOU TE BAL
112 Daniel Fells STL TE @NO
113 Anthony Fasano MIA TE @NYJ
114 Jared Cook TEN TE IND
115 Jonathan Stewart CAR RB ATL
116 James Starks GB RB @DET
117 Javarris James IND RB @TEN
118 Shonn Greene NYJ RB MIA
119 John Kuhn GB RB @DET
120 Rashad Jennings JAC RB OAK
121 Ricky Williams MIA RB @NYJ
122 Darren Sproles SD RB KC
123 Reggie Bush NO RB STL
124 Steve Smith CAR WR ATL
125 Louis Murphy OAK WR @JAC
126 Anthony Armstrong WAS WR TB
127 Emmanuel Sanders PIT WR CIN
128 Kevin Walter HOU WR BAL
129 Tony Moeaki KC TE @SD
130 Brandon Jackson GB RB @DET
131 Michael Bush OAK RB @JAC
132 Donte' Stallworth BAL WR @HOU
133 Devin Hester CHI WR NE
134 Michael Jenkins ATL WR @CAR
135 Lee Evans BUF WR CLE
136 Brandon LaFell CAR WR ATL
137 Brian Robiskie CLE WR @BUF
138 Sam Hurd DAL WR PHI
139 Jerricho Cotchery NYJ WR MIA
140 Josh Morgan SF WR SEA
141 Danario Alexander STL WR @NO
142 Jacoby Jones HOU WR BAL
143 Ed Dickson BAL TE @HOU
144 Jeremy Shockey NO TE STL
145 Dustin Keller NYJ TE MIA
146 Cameron Morrah SEA TE @SF
147 Billy Bajema STL TE @NO
148 Cadillac Williams TB RB @WAS
149 C.J. Spiller BUF RB CLE
150 Isaac Redman PIT RB CIN

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