2013 RB Auction Values

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Take a look at our running back auction values for standard leagues, 200 dollar cap.

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Running Backs

$

1

Adrian Peterson, MIN

64

2

Doug Martin, TB

64

3

Arian Foster, HOU

55

4

Ray Rice, BAL

53

5

LeSean McCoy, PHI

53

6

Jamaal Charles, KC

53

7

Trent Richardson, CLE

47

8

C.J. Spiller, BUF

41

9

Marshawn Lynch, SEA

40

10

Alfred Morris, WAS

38

11

Steven Jackson, ATL

31

12

Matt Forte, CHI

30

13

Stevan Ridley, NE

27

14

Frank Gore, SF

24

15

Chris Johnson, TEN

23

16

Reggie Bush, DET

20

17

Maurice Jones-Drew, JAX (I)

17

18

Darren McFadden, OAK

16

19

David Wilson, NYG

16

20

DeMarco Murray, DAL

15

21

Lamar Miller, MIA

15

22

Chris Ivory, NYJ

13

23

Ryan Mathews, SD

11

24

Le’Veon Bell, PIT

10

25

Ahmad Bradshaw, IND

9

26

Darren Sproles, NO

9

27

Montee Ball, DEN

8

28

BenJarvus Green-Ellis, CIN

6

29

Rashard Mendenhall, ARZ

5

30

Zac Stacy, STL

5

31

Jonathan Stewart, CAR (I)

4

32

Pierre Thomas, NO

4

33

Ronnie Hillman, DEN

4

34

Eddie Lacy, GB (I)

3

35

Daryl Richardson, STL

3

36

DeAngelo Williams, CAR

3

37

Andre Brown, NYG

3

38

Johnathan Franklin, GB

2

39

Ben Tate, HOU

2

40

Shane Vereen, NE

2

41

Bryce Brown, PHI

2

42

Mark Ingram, NO

1

43

Giovani Bernard, CIN

1

44

Robert Turbin, SEA

1

45

Fred Jackson, BUF

1

46

Christine Michael, SEA

1

47

Joique Bell, DET

0

48

Bernard Pierce, BAL

0

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2012 -  RB Auction Values

Last Updated – August 28th

Running Backs $ Value
1 Arian Foster

64

2 LeSean McCoy

63

3 Ray Rice

58

4 Darren McFadden

49

5 Jamaal Charles

45

6 Chris Johnson

38

7 DeMarco Murray

35

8 Marshawn Lynch

32

9 Doug Martin

30

10 Ryan Mathews

29

11 Steven Jackson

25

12 Fred Jackson

25

13 Matt Forte

24

14 Willis McGahee

23

15 Ahmad Bradshaw

23

16 Peyton Hillis

19

17 Frank Gore

19

18 BenJarvus Green-Ellis

17

19 Michael Turner

16

20 Darren Sproles

15

21 Maurice Jones-Drew

15

22 Trent Richardson

13

23 Adrian Peterson

13

24 DeAngelo Williams

10

25 Reggie Bush

10

26 Stevan Ridley

9

27 Rashad Jennings

8

28 Cedric Benson

7

29 Donald Brown

7

30 Shonn Greene

7

31 Mark Ingram

6

32 Ryan Williams

6

33 Beanie Wells

5

34 Kevin Smith

5

35 Jonathan Stewart

5

36 Robert Turbin

5

37 Isaac Redman

5

38 Ben Tate

5

39 Jacquizz Rodgers

3

40 Michael Bush

3

41 David Wilson

3

42 Kendall Hunter

3

43 Shane Vereen

3

44 Bilal Powell

2

45 C.J. Spiller

2

46 Alfred Morris

2

47 Roy Helu

1

48 Mikel Leshoure

1

49 Ronnie Brown

1

50 Toby Gerhart

1

51 LeGarrette Blount

1

52 Jonathan Dwyer

1

53 Vick Ballard

0

54 Montario Hardesty

0

55 Rashard Mendenhall

0

56 Taiwan Jones

0

57 Daniel Thomas

0

58 Pierre Thomas

0

59 Alex Green

0

60 Lance Ball

0

61 Tim Hightower

0

62 Mike Goodson

0

63 Felix Jones

0

64 Ronnie Hillman

0

65 Evan Royster

0

66 Bernard Scott

0

67 Mike Tolbert

0

68 Leon Washington

0

69 Javon Ringer

0

70 Lamar Miller

0

71 Isaiah Pead

0

72 Dion Lewis

0

73 Brandon Jacobs

0

74 Bernard Pierce

0

75 LeRon McClain

0

2011 -  RB Auction Values

Rankings Last Updated – September 2nd

While I have Arian Foster valued as the top running back to draft in all leagues this year, I do recognize that Adrian Peterson will go for top dollar in many fantasy football leagues. For all the success Foster had a year ago, he’s only had one notable season, and Peterson hasn’t failed to produce in his first four years in the league.

No matter which one of these electric runners you prefer as number one, it’s going to cost you big money to land one of them at your auction draft this summer. Both are likely to go for over 60 dollars as they will probably be some of the first runners on the board to bid on and the excitement of a new season, makes it hard for aggressive owners to not over bid.

Chris Johnson is worthy of a bid this high but his offense is in a rebuilding mode, and if he does holdout this season, I will probably drop him farther than his 47 dollar value, as he currently stands right now. If the Titans can strike a deal (or he fails to holdout) before we get deep into the month of August, I will probably raise his auction value back into the mid 50′s.

As for Jamaal Charles, we have a running back that I believe is ready to possible be the MVP of fantasy football for the 2011 season. In our projected stats for Charles, we actually have his stats ahead of Peterson’s. The main reason for Peterson getting the nod over Charles is mainly because while I speculate that Charles can score ten or more touchdowns, he hasn’t done it yet. Speculation is nice but actual proven results is what makes a running back a true elite and a dependable source for production, when on the field.

If your new to auction fantasy football drafting, give some thought to how you want to budget your draft at various positions. Somewhere on your squad you will have to sacrifice top dollar for cheep value. My strategy of choice, tends to be that I draft one of the top five running backs and receivers off my cheat sheet and then find options I like at reasonable prices, throughout the draft. At the end of the day, you need value sleepers to help you win, but you also need a few difference makers who can win you a few weeks with dominant performances. Running backs like Peterson, Charles, Foster and Johnson can do that, and that’s why they are ranked as the top four running backs to draft across the web.

The dollar values below are based on a 200 dollar cap, so make sure you keep that in mind when going over the players listed below. We will have updates for this page and all our various rankings on the website throughout the summer.

Expect changes to this page towards the end of July as free agency is likely to start on July 15th and players are sure to move around the league, thus creating change in our values below. We will also update our rankings around the third week of the preseason as that time of the summer when the bulk of drafts start to take place around the web.

 

1

Chris Johnson

56

2

Adrian Peterson

53

3

Jamaal Charles

51

4

Ray Rice

49

5

Arian Foster

47

6

LeSean McCoy

40

7

Rashard Mendenhall

36

8

Darren McFadden

31

9

Steven Jackson

31

10

Jahvid Best

31

11

Michael Turner

28

12

Frank Gore

28

13

Maurice Jones-Drew

26

14

Peyton Hillis

21

15

LeGarrette Blount

18

16

DeAngelo Williams

17

17

Matt Forte

16

18

Felix Jones

15

19

Beanie Wells

13

20

Ahmad Bradshaw

13

21

Mark Ingram

12

22

Shonn Greene

12

23

Ryan Mathews

11

24

BenJarvus Green-Ellis

11

25

Tim Hightower

7

26

Knowshon Moreno

5

27

Joseph Addai

5

28

Reggie Bush

4

29

Fred Jackson

3

30

Marshawn Lynch

3

31

Brandon Jacobs

2

32

Mike Tolbert

2

33

Ryan Grant

1

34

Cedric Benson

1

35

Jonathan Stewart

1

36

Pierre Thomas

1

37

Derrick Ward

1

38

Delone Carter

0

39

C.J. Spiller

0

40

Michael Bush

0

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