Found September 25, 2013 on Fox Sports South:
Here are my top 50 running backs for Week 4 (standard-scoring leagues). This countdown doesn't lean on a particular stat. Its merely an educated best guess of which rushers will tally the best combination of total yards and touchdowns for the NFL's fourth weekend. For now, Ravens tailback Ray Rice (hip) shall remain off the board. Week 4 Byes: Green Bay, Carolina 1-25 1. Jamaal Charles vs. N.Y. Giants 2. Adrian Peterson vs. Pittsburgh (London) 3. Alfred Morris @ Oakland 4. Trent Richardson @ Jacksonville 5. LeSean McCoy @ Denver 6. Matt Forte @ Detroit 7. Doug Martin vs. Arizona 8. Marshawn Lynch @ Houston 9. Chris Johnson vs. N.Y. Jets 10. Darren McFadden vs. Washington 11. Reggie Bush vs. Chicago 12. Bernard Pierce @ Buffalo 13. DeMarco Murray @ San Diego 14. Arian Foster vs. Seattle 15. Maurice Jones-Drew vs. Indianapolis 16. Lamar Miller @ New Orleans 17. Stevan Ridley @ Atlanta 18. Frank Gore @ St. Louis 19. C.J. Spiller vs. Baltimore 20. Jason Snelling vs. New England 21. Bilal Powell @ Tennessee 22. Knowshon Moreno vs. Philadelphia 23. David Wilson @ Kansas City 24. Darren Sproles vs. Miami 25. Giovani Bernard @ Cleveland 26-50 26. Ryan Mathews vs. Dallas 27. Isaiah Pead vs. San Francisco 28. Joique Bell vs. Chicago 29. Fred Jackson vs. Baltimore 30. Felix Jones vs. Minnesota (London) 31. Ahmad Bradshaw @ Jacksonville 32. Rashard Mendenhall @ Tampa Bay 33. BenJarvus Green-Ellis @ Cleveland 34. Montee Ball vs. Philadelphia 35. Ben Tate vs. Seattle 36. Willis McGahee vs. Cincinnati 37. Bryce Brown @ Denver 38. Brandon Bolden @ Atlanta 39. Da'Rel Scott @ Kansas City 40. Robert Turbin @ Houston 41. Daniel Thomas @ New Orleans 42. Michael Bush @ Detroit 43. Ronnie Hillman vs. Philadelphia 44. Danny Woodhead vs. Dallas 45. Pierre Thomas @ Tampa Bay 46. Isaac Redman vs. Minnesota (London) 47. Chris OgbonnayaBobby Rainey vs. Cincinnati 48. Vonta Leach @ Buffalo 49. Jacquizz Rodgers vs. New England 50. Alfonso Smith @ Tampa Bay 50b. Knile Davis vs. N.Y. Giants Sign up today for your free fantasy football season at FOXSports.com, and test your draft preparation by entering our mock draft lobby. Keep up with all the news and notes from the fantasy football world at FOXSports.comfantasyfootball. Jay Clemons can be reached, day or night, via Twitter at @FOX_JayClemons.
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