Fantasy football player rankings by position

08/24/2013 11:34 AM

08/24/2013 11:34 AM

Rankings are based on each player’s projected position by the end of the 2013 season. This is a value ranking, not a recommended draft order. Players may be drafted significantly higher or lower based upon their perceived value to other owners. Stats listed are from 2012. Visit the Fantasy Fools blog

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Quarterbacks
Rank Player Team Bye Yards TDs INTs Fool’s take
1 Peyton Manning Den 9 4,659 37 11 With Wes Welker now in the fold, Manning has the best 3-WR corps in the business. And no lingering health issues.
2 Drew Brees NO 7 5,177 43 19 He keeps firing TDs through season’s end, whereas Rodgers can afford to slack off.
3 Aaron Rodgers GB 4 4,295 39 8 Still at the top of his game; will be interesting to see how much Greg Jennings’ loss affects him.
4 Matt Ryan Atl 6 4,719 32 14 With Julio, Roddy and Gonzo back together, Ryan has an electrifying trio to work with.
5 Tom Brady NE 10 4,827 34 8 Welker, gone. Hernandez, gone. Gronk, possibly headed to PUP. Somehow, Brady will manage. But if he remains an elite fantasy passer, it will be his most impressive achievement to date.
6 Robert Griffin III Was 5 3,200 20 5 It’s all about his health. If he starts Week 1, and stays intact, he’ll be elite. High risk/high return.
7 Cam Newton Car 4 3,869 19 12 A major disappointment through Week 11 last season, he managed to pull it together and finished in the top ranks. Having been burned last year, I may be holding a bit of a grudge.
8 Tony Romo Dal 11 4,903 28 19 He’s coming off a career year in terms of yardage, but the 19 INTs killed him. With Dez, Miles and Witten available he could significantly out-perform his ADP.
9 Andrew Luck Ind 8 4,374 23 18 His production trailed off in the second half of the season, which is worrisome. He will also face a tougher schedule. But I still like his chances to take the next step.
10 Matthew Stafford Det 9 4,967 20 17 If he could just find another reliable receiver to take the heat off Megatron, Stafford could be one of the best. As it is, he’s hit-or-miss on a weekly basis.
11 Matt Schaub Hou 8 4,008 22 12 He’s thrown for more than 4,000 yards in 3 of the last 4 seasons, and now he’s armed with talented rookie WR DeAndre Hopkins opposite AJ. No reason he can’t crack the Top 10 ranks again. Love him as my QB2.
12 Russell Wilson Sea 12 3,118 26 10 He’s a quick learner and proved in the playoffs that he’s more than a one-dimensional “mobile” QB. Still, his running prowess and short stature make him a constant injury concern. That, and the fact that his team is best served by feeding Beast Mode.
13 Colin Kaepernick SF 9 1,814 10 3 His ADP is ridiculously high for last year’s 26th-ranked QB. I respect his upside, but his only 300-yard passing game came in the Super Bowl, and 4 of his 10 regular season passing TDs came in one game. Simply too rich for my blood.
14 Eli Manning NYG 9 3,948 26 15 Eli is Eli. He’s had elite seasons, and so-so seasons. A borderline fantasy starter, I’d much rather have him as my backup.
15 Ben Roethlisberger Pit 5 3,265 26 8 He loses Mike Wallace this year, and it’s not clear that another WR is ready to step into that role. Heath Miller will also be sidelined for some games. Keep Big Ben in a backup role.
16 Andy Dalton Cin 12 3,669 27 16 Another solid backup that I wouldn’t trust as my weekly starter.
17 Joe Flacco Bal 8 3,817 22 10 He showed last postseason that he can be a bona fide fantasy stud. But the loss of Boldin and Pitta will hurt, and he’s never ranked higher than 12th among fantasy QBs in the regular season.
18 Ryan Tannehill Mia 6 3,294 12 13 Could take a step forward this season with Wallace and TE Keller added to his receiving corps. But he could go the other way, too.
19 Michael Vick Phi 12 2,362 12 10 Even if we assume he’ll keep his starting job, the turnovers have to stop. Chip Kelly’s offensive scheme is great, but Vick has to execute. The loss of Jeremy Maclin won’t help, either.
20 Philip Rivers SD 8 3,606 26 15 Antonio Gates is aging, Malcom Floyd is hurting and Vincent Brown is raw. Rivers’ glory days seem a distant memory.
21 Jay Cutler Chi 8 3,033 19 14 He had one outstanding season — 2008 in Denver. Since then, he’s mostly been a fantasy liability.
22 Sam Bradford StL 11 3,702 21 13 He’s starting fresh with an overhauled WR corps and no Steven Jackson to handoff to. Scary.
23 Carson Palmer Ari 9 4,018 22 14 Is this the mid-2000s in Cincinnati? Why nono it’s not.
24 Josh Freeman TB 5 4,065 27 17 I like his WRs; just wish he’d be more consistent. But Freeman is a viable backup with upside.
25 Alex Smith KC 10 1,737 13 5 Not as bad as most people think, but still not starter-worthy. He has fewer weapons to deploy in KC than he did in San Fran.
26 Christian Ponder Min 5 2,935 18 12 It’s time to step up, but I just don’t see it happening.
27 Jake Locker Ten 8 2,176 10 11 If he can just stay healthy, Locker should beaverage at best.
28 EJ Manuel Buf 12 Maybe next year, buddy.
29 Brandon Weeden Cle 10 3,385 14 17 This was supposed to be “next year.”
30 Matt Flynn Oak 7 68 0 0 Weak-armed QB keeps getting passing along to worse teams. That’s not terribly encouraging.
Running backs
Rank Player Team Bye Yards TDs Fool’s take
1 C.J. Spiller Buf 12 1,244 6 Now that he has relegated Fred Jackson firmly into a backup, role Spiller has his chance to explode. You’ll think I’m a freaking genius when he finishes the season at the top of the rankings at year’s end.
2 Marshawn Lynch Sea 12 1,590 11 Beast Mode is a powerhouse that can anchor any fantasy team.
3 Arian Foster Hou 8 1,424 15 The best, 2nd best and 4th best RB over the last 3 years is still my go-to guy. However, now that he’s getting injections for back soreness, I’ve bumped him down a couple of notches. But this far out, I’m not overly concerned.
4 Adrian Peterson Min 5 2,097 12 I know you think I’m nuts. But, when you look at the toll taken on all the previous 2,000-yard rushers, I’m actually being very optimistic about the great AD. Here’s the NEXT SEASON’S rushing yardage for each of the 6 RBs that have previously crossed the 2K threshold: OJ Simpson (1,125); Terrell Davis (211), Eric Dickerson (1,234), Barry Sanders (1,491), Jamal Lewis (1,006), Chris Johnson (1,353). The #4 spot would be a great accomplishment.
5 Ray Rice Bal 8 1,143 9 Still the Ravens’ workhorse who will be counted upon even more with Boldin and Pitta gone. 61 receptions is pretty impressive. Bernard Pierce doesn’t concern me.
6 Chris Johnson Ten 8 1,243 6 Don’t be surprised if CJ1K has a nice bounceback season. The Titans have invested in their OL, and they know they’ll live or die with their workhorse.
7 LeSean McCoy Phi 12 840 2 I like Shady’s chances to get his mojo back in Chip Kelly’s offense. His value is highest in PPR leagues.
8 Doug Martin TB 5 1,454 11 I don’t want to take anything away from his terrific rookie season, but 251-yard, 4-TD performances come few and far between. Take that game away, and you wouldn’t consider him a Top 3 draft pick. Preseason head “injury” doesn’t appear to be serious.
9 Stevan Ridley NE 10 1,263 12 Still hard to believe he was a Top 10 RB in 2012. Logic suggests the Pats will lean on him even more this year, with all the trouble in their receiving corps.
10 Alfred Morris Was 5 1,613 13 Yet another newly minted workhorse that needs to prove his rookie campaign wasn’t an aberration. I wouldn’t bet against him.
11 Jamaal Charles KC 10 1,509 5 I have not changed his ranking due to his sprained foot because it doesn’t appear it will limit him come regular season. His biggest problem is that he plays in a moribund offense.
12 Matt Forte Chi 8 1,094 5 If only he scored more TDs, he’d be an elite RB.
13 Le’Veon Bell Pit 5 Every year at least 1 rookie soars up the rankings. Bell has Rookie of the Year written all over him. The Steelers love big, workhorse RBs more than anyone. He’s ready for the challenge.
14 Maurice Jones-Drew Jax 9 414 1 Returning from a devastating Lisfranc injury. Appears to be well, and he’s still the only viable scorer in Jacksonville.
15 Trent Richardson Cle 10 950 11 SorryI just don’t trust him. Too many knicks and dings, and his offense shoots too many blanks.
16 Steven Jackson Atl 6 1,042 4 He finally gets to play for a contender after taking a beating year after year in St. Louis. Plenty of upside here, but lots of wear and tear on those tires.
17 DeMarco Murray Dal 11 663 4 The Cowboys still have OL woes, and Murray has yet to survive a complete season.
18 Frank Gore SF 9 1,214 8 He spent the early part of his career as an overrated fantasy RB. Now he’s underrated. He provides excellent value at his ADP.
19 Reggie Bush Det 9 986 6 There’s a chance he soars in Detroit; but more likely, he continues to wear down over the course of the season. The common perception is that he’s a PPR king, but his receiving #s haven’t been that special in years.
20 Chris Ivory NYJ 10 217 2 Ivory has impressed in limited action as a Saint, so he has plenty of upside. How far he can go in the Jets offense is the big question.
21 Darren McFadden Oak 7 707 2 I trusted him last year, thinking he would finally put together that breakout season. Won’t get fooled again.
22 Darren Sproles NO 7 244 1 Would only draft him in PPR leagues. Will likely have his workload drawn down in favor of Mark Ingram, who needs to step up.
23 David Wilson NYG 9 358 4 If he seizes and holds onto the starting job, he’ll significantly out-perform this ranking. I think it’s more likely he and Andre Brown divide the load 60/40-ish.
24 Rashard Mendenhall Ari 9 182 0 Is he the solution to Arizona’s perennial rushing woes? I wouldn’t bank on it.
25 Lamar Miller Mia 6 250 1 His next big fantasy performance will be his first. Keep that in mind before you invest too much in him.
26 Ahmad Bradshaw Ind 8 1,015 6 Starts his Indy career with yet another foot injury. Should have little trouble holding off Ballard but has to stay intact.
27 Daryl Richardson StL 11 475 0 The starting job is his to lose. He very well might, but he’s shown flashes in the past. Rookie Zac Stacy is dealing with a sore leg and appears to be relegated to 3rd string behind Isaiah Pead.
28 Ryan Mathews SD 8 707 1 Such a disappointment, he may be relegated to a RBBC with Danny Woodhead and Ronnie Brown.
29 Montee Ball Den 9 Many thought he would walk in and claim the starting job. Alas, he’s struggling in pass protection (critical when Peyton is your QB), while Ronnie Hillman and Knowshon Moreno refuse to go away.
30 DeAngelo Williams Car 4 737 5 If only we knew whether he or J-Stew were going to get the lion’s share of the carries. They’ll likely continue to share, ruining both of their values.
31 BenJarvus Green-Ellis Cin 12 1,094 6 Will probably lose his job to a rookie. Draft at your own risk.
32 Eddie Lacy GB 4 The Packers haven’t had a reliable fantasy RB since Ryan Grant in 2009. Lacy could produce, but this is still a pass-first team.
33 Mark Ingram NO 7 602 5 It’s time for him to step up. If he ever does, he’ll be a steal. Butwe’ve been waiting a long time. May never happen.
34 Jonathan Stewart Car 4 336 1 Probably best just to avoid Carolina’s backfield altogether. J-Stew still hasn’t practiced this offseason.
35 Andre Brown NYG 9 385 8 Will likely be RB1b in New York’s RBBC.
36 Fred Jackson Buf 12 437 3 Essential handcuff to CJ Spiller. Jackson is, arguably, the best backup RB in the league.
37 Mikel Leshoure Det 9 798 9 Has he torn anything lately? Just give him a minute. He will
38 Ronnie Hillman Den 9 330 1 Will be Denver’s change-of-pace back. Could even start.
39 Vick Ballard Ind 8 814 2 On my Do Not Draft list, because of Bradshaw and, well, I just don’t think he has much.
40 Danny Woodhead SD 8 301 4 Expected to get plenty of reps in San Diego.
41 Giovani Bernard Cin 12 It may take a while, but he’s destined to be the Bengals’ starter at some point this season.
42 Bernard Pierce Bal 8 532 1 Ray Rice’s proxy is expected to get more work this year.
43 Bryce Brown Phi 12 564 4 Exploded, then imploded, while Shady was down. A decent handcuff nevertheless.
44 Shane Vereen NE 10 251 3 Meh.
45 Daniel Thomas Mia 6 325 4 Hasn’t relinquished the starting job to Miller just yet.
46 Marcel Reece Oak 7 271 0 He’s a FB, but he could again get the call when (not if) Run DMC goes down.
47 Knowshon Moreno Den 9 525 4 We thought he was toast last year, and then he returned with a vengeance. It could happen again.
48 Jonathan Dwyer Pit 5 623 2 Had his chance. Blew it.
49 Jacquizz Rodgers Atl 6 362 1 They just won’t let him carry the load, will they?
50 Michael Bush Chi 8 411 5 Forte’s backup.
Wide receivers
Rank Player Team Bye Yards TDs Fool’s take
1 Dez Bryant Dal 11 1,382 12 It’s time to crown a new king among Fantasy WRs. Who’s in a better position than Dez?
2 Calvin Johnson Det 9 1,964 5 I’d love to have Megatron, but I won’t be spending a 1st round pick on him.
3 A.J. Green Cin 12 1,350 11 He slipped significantly in the season’s second half, but still finished among the Top 5.
4 Randall Cobb GB 4 954 8 With Greg Jennings gone and Jordy banged up, Cobb should be A-Rod’s most productive weapon.
5 Brandon Marshall Chi 8 1,508 11 He and Cutler tore it up last season. They should keep the good times rolling.
6 Julio Jones Atl 6 1,198 10 What’s not to love about Julio? Well, I guess he has to share.
7 Vincent Jackson TB 5 1,384 8 Quietly finished as the #6 fantasy WR in his first season as a Buc. With a year under his belt with Freeman, V-Jax should remain an elite option.
8 Victor Cruz NYG 9 1,092 10 Big play receiver has separated himself from Hakeem. Hopefully his bruised heel won’t turn into something worse.
9 Roddy White Atl 6 1,351 7 Still among the best, most reliable wideouts in the biz.
10 Wes Welker Den 9 1,354 6 Peyton knows what Welker brings to the party, and he’ll use him just like Brady did. Yes, I’d rather own him than either of his counterparts. A preseason ankle sprain does not appear worrisome at this time.
11 Andre Johnson Hou 8 1,598 4 Not the All-World receiver he once was, but still a salty WR1.
12 Larry Fitzgerald Ari 9 798 4 How he must long for the Kurt Warner days. Palmer should help, but not enough.
13 Demaryius Thomas Den 9 1,434 10 He’s Peyton’s long-ball threat, but Welker will cut deeply into his targets.
14 Marques Colston NO 7 1,154 10 It pays to be Brees’ go-to guy.
15 T.Y. Hilton Ind 8 861 7 One of my favorite young wideouts, he and Luck will build on their outstanding rookie seasons together. Yes, he’ll out-perform Reggie Wayne.
16 Antonio Brown Pit 5 787 5 With Wallace gone, Brown has Big Ben all to himself.
17 Hakeem Nicks NYG 9 692 3 Offseason injuries are hurting his draft stock.
18 Mike Wallace Mia 6 836 8 He slipped quite a bit last year, and hasn’t gotten off to a good start with Tannehill.
19 Danny Amendola NE 10 666 3 Talk about upside. If he can only stay healthy, Brady can make him a superstar.
20 Torrey Smith Bal 8 855 8 With Boldin on the left coast, Flacco will be relying on his playmaker more than ever.
21 Jordy Nelson GB 4 745 7 If he’s fully healthy, he can easily out-perform this position.
22 DeSean Jackson Phi 12 700 2 Will be WR1, 2 and 3 in Philly this year. So can he handle the pressure, and the double teams?
23 Stevie Johnson Buf 12 1,046 6 Will he build a solid rapport with his new QB(s)?
24 Dwayne Bowe KC 10 801 3 Should be in for a good bounceback season, with a decent QB under center.
25 Eric Decker Den 9 1,064 13 Nobody will be hurt more by Welker’s arrival.
26 Reggie Wayne Ind 8 1,355 5 Getting a bit long in the tooth, could take a backseat to Hilton.
27 Cecil Shorts Jac 9 979 7 Surprisingly emerged in 2012. Was it a fluke? At the right price, it’s worth finding out.
28 Greg Jennings Min 5 366 4 Leaves Green Bay and pfftttthere goes his elite status.
29 Steve Smith Car 4 1,174 4 Has found a Fountain of Youth (named Cam Newton), but at 34 years old, the clock is ticking louder.
30 Anquan Boldin SF 9 921 4 Still a reliable possession receiver, must get in sync with Kaepernick quickly, especially with Crabtree gone and Mario Manningham headed to the PUP list.
31 Pierre Garcon Was 5 633 4 If he and his QB can stay healthy, they could celebrate a lot of TDs this season.
32 Miles Austin Dal 11 943 6 Perhaps his last season in Dallas, he should benefit from all the attention paid to Dez.
33 DeAndre Hopkins Hou 8 Talented, game-breaking rookie gets to enjoy single coverage while opponents focus on AJ. Has time to heal from preseason concussion.
34 Mike Williams TB 5 996 9 Signed a big offseason contract; needs to play up to it.
35 Tavon Austin StL 11 The Rams didn’t spend the 8th overall draft pick on this multidimensional rookie to groom him for the future. Sam Bradford will look his way early and often.
36 Josh Gordon Cle 10 805 5 Must serve a 2-game suspension to open the season. After that, he’ll have a chance to prove he’s matured enough to be a professional. Your guess is as good as mine.
37 James Jones GB 4 784 14 Has a great nose for the end zone, but can he catch lightning in a bottle again? Not consistently.
38 Kenny Britt Ten 8 589 4 Ultra-talented, yet completely unreliable. Draft at your own risk.
39 Sidney Rice Sea 12 748 7 Now that Percy Harvin is out, Rice will have an opening to prosper. But the targets are limited in Seattle.
40 Vincent Brown SD 8 Will be the #2 WR in San Diego at the very worst, due to attrition in the ranks. Has great upside, but hasn’t done anything yet to earn your trust.
41 Lance Moore NO 7 1,041 6 Predicting when he’ll have his good games is a constant challenge.
42 Justin Blackmon Jac 9 865 5 A four-game suspension hurts, but he has the talent to make up for it later.
43 Brian Hartline Mia 6 1,083 1 The No. 2 WR in Miami will presumably work against single coverage thanks to Mike Wallace. Hartline could surprise.
44 Denarius Moore Oak 7 741 7 Too injury-prone and unreliable. Also saddled with a mediocre QB.
45 Emmanuel Sanders Pit 5 626 1 Will produce as the #2 WR in Pittsburgh.
46 Malcom Floyd SD 8 814 5 Possibly the least tantalizing WR1 in the league. A knee injury has him out till at least Week 1.
47 Santonio Holmes NYJ 10 272 1 A foot injury could cost him the beginning of the season. His age and QB situation will cost him his fantasy relevance.
48 Brandon LaFell Car 4 677 4 Still playing second fiddle to Steve Smith.
49 Kendall Wright Ten 8 626 4 If Britt implodes again, and/or Locker steps up, Wright could have a solid year. He tweaked his knee in Week 2 of the preseason, but he should be fine come Week 1.
50 Chris Givens StL 11 698 3 Only veteran WR in St. Louis to speak of. Could out-perform their prized rookie in the early going.
51 Jacoby Jones Bal 8 406 1 He’s teased before, but more often than not, he disappears.
52 Rueben Randle NYG 9 298 3 The third WR in New York is just an injury away from roster-worthiness.
53 Michael Floyd Ari 9 814 5 Working opposite Fitz should produce a few decent outings, at least. Michael Floyd
54 Ryan Broyles Det 9 310 2 Could be an outstanding complementary receiver to Megatron.
55 Golden Tate Sea 12 688 7 He’s shown flashes in the past, and knows how to find the end zone. But can he stay healthy?
56 Santana Moss Was 5 573 8 Yeah, I’m as surprised as you that he’s still in the league.
57 Alshon Jeffery Chi 8 367 3 Will be asked to step it up this season opposite Marshall.
58 Cordarrelle Patterson Min 5 Considered the best WR in the 2013 Draft, but will his talents be squandered in Minnesota?
59 Greg Little Cle 10 647 4 Just hold your nose and take him late. Who knows?
60 Robert Woods Buf 12 Another talented rookie that just needs a chance, and a QB.
Tight ends
Rank Player Team Bye Yards TDs Fool’s take
1 Jimmy Graham NO 7 982 9 With Gronk on the mend, Jimmy stands alone.
2 Jason Witten Dal 11 1,039 3 In PPR leagues, he’s a beast. In normal leagues, he’s just awesome.
3 Rob Gronkowski NE 10 790 11 If he avoids the PUP list, I’ll put him back in the #2 spot. Even if he misses a game or two, he’ll make up for it when he returns to the field.
4 Tony Gonzalez Atl 6 930 8 Father Time has no hold on Gonzo.
5 Vernon Davis SF 9 548 5 Frustratingly inconsistent, Davis has slipped each year since his top-ranked 2009 season.
6 Greg Olsen Car 4 843 5 He’s coming off his best year to date and obviously has a nice rapport with Cam. He’s, in essence, the #2 receiver on his team. No reason to think he won’t keep it up.
7 Antonio Gates SD 8 538 7 Took a major step backwards last season and is having trouble staying healthy. Still better than the average TE.
8 Jared Cook StL 11 523 4 He is reportedly tearing it up with Sam Bradford. Cook has always had the natural ability. Perhaps a change of scenery is what he needed. Big upside here.
9 Jermichael Finley GB 4 667 2 With Greg Jennings gone, Finley has another chance to gain A-Rod’s favor. But he still must compete with that WR corps.
10 Jordan Cameron Cle 10 226 1 He’s having an excellent preseason and clearly has the confidence of his quarterback. This sleeper candidate has a chance to make you believe in the Browns’ passing game again.
11 Martellus Bennett Chi 8 626 5 Finally emerged as a Giant. Cutler will likely lean on him like Eli did.
12 Owen Daniels Hou 8 716 6 He’s serviceable, but won’t win any games for you by himself.
13 Jermaine Gresham Cin 12 737 5 Loaded with talent but now must compete for targets with another first-round draft pick.
14 Kyle Rudolph Min 5 493 9 Solid, unspectacular, boring pick that will carry his own weight.
15 Brent Celek Phi 12 684 1 With Maclin out, Celek’s role will be more significant.
16 Brandon Pettigrew Det 9 567 3 He’s been an underachiever since he was drafted with such fanfare in 2009.
17 Fred Davis Was 5 325 0 He’s coming off a ruptured Achilles, but he had a nice thing going with RG3 before he went down.
18 Scott Chandler Buf 12 571 6 He has gotten off to monster starts in the first few games of the last 2 seasons. Then he slides back into mediocrity. So if you draft him, be sure to start him right away.
19 Brandon Myers NYG 9 806 4 Will have more hands to compete with for targets in NY.
20 Anthony Fasano KC 10 332 5 Hard to say whether he’ll be a key part of the Chiefs’ limited passing attack.
21 Heath Miller Pit 5 816 8 If he avoids the PUP list to start the season, he’ll shoot up these rankings.
22 Dwayne Allen Ind 8 521 3 One of two young TEs competing for Luck’s attention. Has looked a lot better than Coby Fleener (knee) this preseason.
23 Ed Dickson Bal 8 225 0 Steps into Pitta’s productive spot.
24 Delanie Walker Ten 8 344 3 Now out of Vernon Davis’ shadow, will he blossom? Needs to shake off knee injury first.
25 Jacob Tamme Den 9 555 2 Even with Peyton as your QB, it’s sometimes tough to get balls thrown your way.
Defense/special teams
Rank Team Bye Sacks INT TDs PPG
1 Seahawks 12 36 18 3 15.3
2 49ers 9 38 14 3 17.1
3 Bears 8 41 24 9 17.3
4 Broncos 9 52 16 6 18.1
5 Packers 4 47 18 2 21
6 Texans 8 44 15 3 20.7
7 Cardinals 9 38 22 3 22.3
8 Bengals 12 51 14 3 20
9 Patriots 10 37 20 5 20.7
10 Steelers 5 37 10 1 19.6
11 Ravens 8 37 13 2 21.5
12 Rams 11 52 17 5 21.8
13 Cowboys 11 34 7 3 25
14 Giants 9 33 21 2 21.5
15 Falcons 6 29 20 2 18.7
16 Vikings 5 44 10 3 21.8
17 Buccaneers 5 27 18 3 24.6
18 Browns 10 38 17 2 23
19 Lions 9 34 11 0 27.3
20 Dolphins 6 42 10 0 19.8
21 Washington 5 32 21 4 24.3
22 Eagles 12 30 8 0 27.8
23 Chargers 8 38 14 7 21.9
24 Saints 7 30 15 4 28.4
25 Jets 10 30 11 3 23.4
Kickers
Rank Player Team Bye FGs XPs Pts.
1 Matt Prater Den 9 26 55 133
2 Garrett Hartley NO 7 18 57 111
3 Stephen Gostkowski NE 10 29 66 153
4 Matt Bryant Atl 6 33 44 143
5 Dan Bailey Dal 11 29 37 124
6 Phil Dawson SF 9 29 29 116
7 David Akers Det 9 29 44 131
8 Steven Hauschka Sea 12 24 46 118
9 Randy Bullock Hou 8
10 Josh Brown NYG 9 11 8 41
11 Mason Crosby GB 4 21 50 113
12 Blair Walsh Min 5 35 36 141
13 Justin Tucker Bal 8 30 42 132
14 Greg Zuerlein StL 11 23 26 95
15 Alex Henery Phi 12 27 25 106
16 Adam Vinatieri Ind 8 26 37 115
17 Mike Nugent Cin 12 19 35 92
18 Robbie Gould Chi 8 21 33 96
19 Sebastian Janikowski Oak 7 31 25 118
20 Lawrence Tynes TB 5 33 46 145
21 Nick Novak SD 8 18 33 87
22 Kai Forbath Was 5 17 33 84
23 Shaun Suisham Pit 5 28 34 118
24 Graham Gano Car 4 9 20 47
25 Rob Bironas Ten 8 25 35 110

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