PPR – RB Auction Values

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

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Last Updated – August 28th

  Running Backs

$

1 Arian Foster

66

2 LeSean McCoy

66

3 Ray Rice

65

4 Darren McFadden

57

5 Jamaal Charles

48

6 DeMarco Murray

39

7 Chris Johnson

36

8 Marshawn Lynch

36

9 Doug Martin

34

10 Darren Sproles

30

11 Ryan Mathews

27

12 Steven Jackson

25

13 Fred Jackson

24

14 Matt Forte

22

15 Willis McGahee

21

16 Peyton Hillis

20

17 Ahmad Bradshaw

19

18 Frank Gore

19

19 Reggie Bush

18

20 BenJarvus Green-Ellis

16

21 Maurice Jones-Drew

15

22 Trent Richardson

15

23 Adrian Peterson

13

24 Michael Turner

12

25 DeAngelo Williams

11

26 Jonathan Stewart

9

27 C.J. Spiller

8

28 Stevan Ridley

7

29 Rashad Jennings

7

30 Cedric Benson

7

31 Kevin Smith

7

32 Donald Brown

7

33 Ryan Williams

5

34 Shonn Greene

5

35 Mark Ingram

5

36 Beanie Wells

5

37 Isaac Redman

4

38 Ben Tate

4

39 Jacquizz Rodgers

3

40 Ronnie Brown

3

41 Michael Bush

3

42 Kendall Hunter

2

43 Bilal Powell

2

44 Roy Helu

2

45 Alfred Morris

2

46 Shane Vereen

1

47 David Wilson

1

48 Robert Turbin

1

49 Jonathan Dwyer

1

50 Toby Gerhart

1

51 Mikel Leshoure

1

52 Rashard Mendenhall

1

53 Pierre Thomas

0

54 Montario Hardesty

0

55 Vick Ballard

0

56 Daniel Thomas

0

57 Taiwan Jones

0

58 LeGarrette Blount

0

59 Alex Green

0

60 Dion Lewis

0

61 Tim Hightower

0

62 Felix Jones

0

63 Bernard Scott

0

64 Lance Ball

0

65 Ronnie Hillman

0

66 Danny Woodhead

0

67 Brandon Jacobs

0

68 Evan Royster

0

69 Mike Goodson

0

70 LaMichael James

0

71 Mike Tolbert

0

72 Leon Washington

0

73 Javon Ringer

0

74 Isaiah Pead

0

75 Lamar Miller

0

76 Bernard Pierce

0

77 LeRon McClain

0

78 Joe McKnight

0

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2011 – PPR Running Back Auction Values

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As the running back position evolves from the old ground and pound way of life, the trend in the NFL has been to go with smaller runners who can make an impact with big plays and are productive pass catchers. Ahmad Bradshaw happens to be a fine example of a slash type of running back that has overtaken a traditional power back in Brandon Jacobs, last season with the Giants.

In standard league scoring, we have a player like Bradshaw ranked just outside the top twenty this year (still a free agent) yet in PPR leagues, his added value in the passing game makes him a top fifteen option and a clear No.2 back for fantasy owners to draft. When it comes to PPR auction values for running backs, those that are productive pass catchers will see a bump in their auction value, when compared to their value in standard scoring leagues.

Not all running backs gain value in these leagues as Michael Turner is hurt because he will only catch the football around ten times in a given season. This takes him from being a clear No.1, to a possible No.2 option. If Turner’s name is put on the board for auction, early on, you will want to think about his deficiency in the passing game, and figure out what you’re willing to pay for him. It’s likely that if you’re only planning on spending more than 30 dollars for one running back on your team, bidding on Turner would mean that you would want to find a receiving back like Felix Jones or Jahvid Best to round out your starting running backs.

In the end, it’s the strategy and ability to get whomever you want, and those are some of the reasons why I love auction drafts and especially PPR auction drafts. The more variables, the more a fantasy owner can be rewarded for the time he puts into his game plan for building a championship caliber squad.

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 57
2 Ray Rice 55
3 Jamaal Charles 55
4 Adrian Peterson 53
5 Arian Foster 51
6 LeSean McCoy 44
7 Rashard Mendenhall 39
8 Darren McFadden 35
9 Steven Jackson 34
10 Jahvid Best 31
11 Frank Gore 30
12 Michael Turner 30
13 Maurice Jones-Drew 26
14 Peyton Hillis 26
15 Matt Forte 25
16 Felix Jones 23
17 LeGarrette Blount 19
18 DeAngelo Williams 19
19 Ahmad Bradshaw 16
20 Knowshon Moreno 15
21 Beanie Wells 13
22 Ryan Mathews 12
23 Mark Ingram 12
24 Shonn Greene 10
25 Tim Hightower 10
26 Joseph Addai 8
27 Reggie Bush 8
28 BenJarvus Green-Ellis 6
29 Fred Jackson 6
30 Marshawn Lynch 4
31 Mike Tolbert 3
32 Brandon Jacobs 3
33 Ryan Grant 2
34 Cedric Benson 2
35 Pierre Thomas 2
36 C.J. Spiller 2
37 Delone Carter 2
38 Jonathan Stewart 1
39 LaDainian Tomlinson 1
40 Michael Bush 1

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