Found July 16, 2013 on Roto Rankings:
  Rank       Player (team/bye) Pos ECR™ ADP Rank        Player (team/bye) Pos ECR™ ADP 1 Adrian Peterson (MIN/5) RB1 1 1 51 Antonio Brown (PIT/5) WR20 61 65 2 Doug Martin (TB/5) RB2 3 3 52 Tom Brady (NE/10) QB6 44 36 3 Jamaal Charles (KC/10) RB3 4 6 53 Eric Decker (DEN/9) WR21 54 57 4 C.J. Spiller (BUF/12) RB4 5 7 54 Danny Amendola (NE/10) WR22 53 52 5 Arian Foster (HOU/8) RB5 2 2 55 Christopher Ivory (NYJ/10) RB23 57 62 6 Marshawn Lynch (SEA/12) RB6 7 4 56 Lamar Miller (MIA/6) RB24 38 42 7 LeSean McCoy (PHI/12) RB7 9 11 57 Russell Wilson (SEA/12) QB7 58 53 8 Trent Richardson (CLE/10) RB8 10 9 58 Matthew Stafford (DET/9) QB8 51 60 9 Ray Rice (BAL/8) RB9 8 8 59 Mike Wallace (MIA/6) WR23 62 51 10 Calvin Johnson (DET/9) WR1 6 5 60 Tony Romo (DAL/11) QB9 69 74 11 Alfred Morris (WAS/5) RB10 11 10 61 Reggie Wayne (IND/8) WR24 45 55 12 Matt Forte (CHI/8) RB11 16 18 62 James Jones (GB/4) WR25 71 69 13 Brandon Marshall (CHI/8) WR2 14 15 63 Andrew Luck (IND/8) QB10 63 66 14 Jimmy Graham (NO/7) TE1 13 23 64 Torrey Smith (BAL/8) WR26 55 63 15 Dez Bryant (DAL/11) WR3 15 14 65 Colin Kaepernick (SF/9) QB11 65 49 16 A.J. Green (CIN/12) WR4 12 12 66 Ty Hilton (IND/8) WR27 80 75 17 Demaryius Thomas (DEN/9) WR5 21 24 67 Dennis Pitta (BAL/8) TE5 73 77 18 Julio Jones (ATL/6) WR6 18 19 68 Vernon Davis (SF/9) TE6 70 72 19 Steven Jackson (ATL/6) RB12 17 17 69 Greg Jennings (MIN/5) WR28 77 68 20 Andre Johnson (HOU/8) WR7 26 28 70 Ryan Mathews (SD/8) RB25 67 56 21 Darren McFadden (OAK/7) RB13 37 38 71 Le'Veon Bell (PIT/5) RB26 50 54 22 DeMarco Murray (DAL/11) RB14 35 33 72 BenJarvus Green-Ellis (CIN/12) RB27 78 70 23 Randall Cobb (GB/4) WR8 33 31 73 Eddie Lacy (GB/4) RB28 76 58 24 Percy Harvin (SEA/12) WR9 30 34 74 Miles Austin (DAL/11) WR29 86 90 25 Stevan Ridley (NE/10) RB15 23 20 75 Anquan Boldin (SF/9) WR30 101 92 26 David Wilson (NYG/9) RB16 41 32 76 Greg Olsen (CAR/4) TE7 91 99 27 Drew Brees (NO/7) QB1 20 16 77 Andre Brown (NYG/9) RB29 79 88 28 Aaron Rodgers (GB/4) QB2 19 13 78 Michael Vick (PHI/12) QB12 125 136 29 Victor Cruz (NYG/9) WR10 29 39 79 Jonathan Stewart (CAR/4) RB30 85 87 30 Roddy White (ATL/6) WR11 27 30 80 Mark Ingram (NO/7) RB31 89 93 31 Maurice Jones-Drew (JAC/9) RB17 25 22 81 Owen Daniels (HOU/8) TE8 99 121 32 Chris Johnson (TEN/8) RB18 22 21 82 Pierre Garcon (WAS/5) WR31 66 64 33 Frank Gore (SF/9) RB19 34 27 83 Eli Manning (NYG/9) QB13 92 95 34 Marques Colston (NO/7) WR12 40 50 84 Knowshon Moreno (DEN/9) RB32 144 162 35 Peyton Manning (DEN/9) QB3 28 26 85 Montee Ball (DEN/9) RB33 56 40 36 Cam Newton (CAR/4) QB4 31 37 86 Steve Johnson (BUF/12) WR32 75 81 37 Larry Fitzgerald (ARI/9) WR13 24 25 87 Rashard Mendenhall (ARI/9) RB34 74 71 38 Dwayne Bowe (KC/10) WR14 43 48 88 Pierre Thomas (NO/7) RB35 111 152 39 Matt Ryan (ATL/6) QB5 47 41 89 DeAngelo Williams (CAR/4) RB36 100 117 40 Vincent Jackson (TB/5) WR15 32 35 90 Cecil Shorts (JAC/9) WR33 72 78 41 Jordy Nelson (GB/4) WR16 39 44 91 Robert Griffin III (WAS/5) QB14 64 59 42 Reggie Bush (DET/9) RB20 36 43 92 Kyle Rudolph (MIN/5) TE9 84 82 43 Darren Sproles (NO/7) RB21 52 46 93 Danario Alexander (SD/8) WR34 82 76 44 Ahmad Bradshaw (IND/8) RB22 68 83 94 Jeremy Maclin (PHI/12) WR35 88 91 45 Jason Witten (DAL/11) TE2 48 61 95 Martellus Bennett (CHI/8) TE10 112 129 46 Tony Gonzalez (ATL/6) TE3 60 67 96 Mikel Leshoure (DET/9) RB37 104 97 47 Rob Gronkowski (NE/10) TE4 42 29 97 Josh Gordon (CLE/10) WR36 94 96 48 Hakeem Nicks (NYG/9) WR17 46 47 98 Shane Vereen (NE/10) RB38 81 84 49 Steve Smith (CAR/4) WR18 59 73 99 Vick Ballard (IND/8) RB39 103 80 50 Wes Welker (DEN/9) WR19 49 45 100 Ben Roethlisberger (PIT/5) QB15 102 118
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