Found November 28, 2012 on Juan Elway:
Turner fading again Juan… RB PPR Rankings Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 1 Trent Richardson (CLE at OAK) 2 +1   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 2 Arian Foster (HOU at TEN) 1 -1   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 3 Ray Rice (BAL vs PIT) 3 0   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 4 Adrian Peterson (MIN at GB) 4 0   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 5 C.J. Spiller (BUF vs JAC) 6 +1   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 6 Doug Martin (TB at DEN) 5 -1   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 7 Frank Gore (SF at STL) 9 +2   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 8 Chris Johnson (TEN vs HOU) 7 -1   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 9 Jamaal Charles (KC vs CAR) 8 -1   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 10 Marcel Reece (OAK vs CLE) 10 0   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 11 Darren Sproles (NO at ATL) 11 0   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 12 Marshawn Lynch (SEA at CHI) 12 0   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 13 Ryan Mathews (SD vs CIN) 13 0   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 14 Ahmad Bradshaw (NYG at WAS) 15 +1   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 15 Bryce Brown (PHI at DAL) 19 +4   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 16 Alfred Morris (WAS vs NYG) 14 -2   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 17 Steven Jackson (STL vs SF) 21 +4   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 18 Mikel Leshoure (DET vs IND) 16 -2   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 19 Knowshon Moreno (DEN vs TB) 18 -1   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 20 Michael Bush (CHI vs SEA) 31 +11   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 21 Stevan Ridley (NE at MIA) 17 -4   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 22 Chris “Beanie” Wells (ARI at NYJ) 30 +8   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 23 Reggie Bush (MIA vs NE) 20 -3   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 24 Felix Jones (DAL vs PHI) 22 -2   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 25 Jacquizz Rodgers (ATL vs NO) 25 0   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 26 Mike Tolbert (CAR at KC) 48 +22   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 27 BenJarvus Green-Ellis (CIN at SD) 23 -4   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 28 Fred Jackson (BUF vs JAC) 26 -2   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 29 Jonathan Dwyer (PIT at BAL) 35 +6   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 30 Vick Ballard (IND at DET) 27 -3   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 31 Michael Turner (ATL vs NO) 28 -3   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 32 DeAngelo Williams (CAR at KC) 41 +9   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 33 Daniel Thomas (MIA vs NE) 36 +3   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 34 Bilal Powell (NYJ vs ARI) 43 +9   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 35 Rashad Jennings (JAC at BUF) 33 -2   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 36 Shonn Greene (NYJ vs ARI) 29 -7   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 37 Ronnie Brown (SD vs CIN) 38 +1   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 38 Donald Brown (IND at DET) 47 +9   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 39 James Starks (GB vs MIN) 42 +3   Rank Player (matchup) ECR™ vs ECR 40 Joique Bell (DET vs IND) 50 +10   Wide Receivers Tight Ends
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