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Week 14 fantasy football rankings: Be like Mike

Michael Crabtree faces the Chiefs defense without their best corner Marcus Peters. Oakland Raiders/Facebook

Below are my early 1/2 PPR fantasy rankings for Week 14. Most leagues are using points per reception these days, so take that into consideration when looking at the ranks. Six points are awarded for every receiving and rushing TD, and four points for every passing TD. If you are playing in a non-PPR league, pass-catching running backs lose a bit of value and so do possession receivers. Make sure you check the status of players that have been limited or out of practice. The rankings will be updated on Sunday morning.


1 T. Brady

2 C. Wentz

3 P Rivers

4 D. Brees

5 M. Ryan

6 K. Cousins

7 D. Carr

8 J. Goff

9 R. Wilson 

10 C. Newton

11 A. Smith

12 C. Keenum

13 J. Winston

14 A. Dalton

15 M. Stafford *Questionable


1 L. Bell PIT

2 A. Kamara NO

3 T. Gurley LAR

4 M. Gordon LAC

5 M. Ingram NO *Questionable

6 A. Collins BAL

7 J. Williams GB 

8 C. Hyde SF 

9 A. Morris DAL

10 L. McCoy BUF

11 M. Lynch OAK

12 L. Fournette JAC 

13 J. Howard CHI

14 G. Bernard CIN

15 R. Burkhead NE

16 D. Freeman ATL

17 L. Miller HOU

18 C. McCaffrey CAR

19 K. Hunt KC

20 S. Perine WAS

21 D. Lewis NE

22 F. Gore IND

23 B. Powell NYJ

24 M. Davis SEA

25 P. Barber TB

26 K. Drake MIA

27 T. Coleman ATL

28 J. Ajayi PHI

29 M. Forte NYJ

30 L. Murray MIN

31 D. Henry TEN

32 J. McKinnon MIN

33 D. Murray TEN

34 O. Darkwa NYG

35 I. Crowell CLE

36 K. Williams ARI


1 A. Green CIN

2 A. Brown PIT

3 D. Hopkins HOU

4 B. Cooks NE

5 K. Allen LAC

6 J. Jones ATL

7 M. Crabtree OAK

8 T. Hill KC

9 M. Thomas NO

10 A. Thielen MIN

11 M. Evans TB

12 D. Adams GB

13 J. Gordon CLE 

14 D. Bryant DAL

15 L. Fitzgerald ARI

16 R. Anderson NYJ

17 A. Jeffery PHI

18 J. Landry MIA

19 S. Shepard NYG

20 D. Baldwin SEA

21 M. Lee JAC

22 S. Diggs MIN

23 M. Bryant PIT

24 S. Watkins LAR

25 J. Crowder WAS

26 M. Goodwin SF

27 M. Jones DET

28 C. Hogan NE

29  C. Kupp LAR

30 G. Tate DET

31 M. Wallace BAL  

32 D. Thomas DEN

33 N. Agholor PHI

34 K. Stills MIA

35 T. Hilton IND

36 J. Kearse NYJ


1 T. Kelce KC

2 H. Henry LAC

3 J. Graham SEA

4 E. Engram NYG

5 D. Walker TEN

6 C. Brate TB

7 J. Witten DAL

8 A. Seferian-Jenkins NYJ 

9 J. Doyle IND

10 K. Rudolph MIN

11 S. Anderson HOU

12 R. Seals-Jones ARI

13 G. Olsen CAR

14 J. Cook OAK

15 A. Hooper ATL


1 Jaguars

2 Bengals

3 Patriots

4 Chargers

5 Seahawks

6 Steelers

7 Vikings

8 Colts

9 Jets 

10 Packers

11 Buccaneers

12 Cowboys

13 Bills

14 Texans

15 Ravens


1 S. Gostkowski NE

2 G. Zuerlein LAR

3 J. Tucker BAL

4 C. Boswell PIT

5 H. Butker KC

6 D. Bailey DAL  

7 J. Elliott PHI

8 W. Lutz NO

9 M. Bryant ATL

10 T. Coons LAC

11 M. Prater DET

12 R. Succop TEN

13 R. Gould SF

14 S. Hauschka BUF

15 R. Bullock CIN

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