Crag Index for Week 3 Running Backs

  1. C.J. Spiller – 57.63   (2)
  2. Ray Rice – 48.59   (3)
  3. A. Brown – 44.69   (9)
  4. A. Foster – 29.64   (1)
  5. F. Gore – 28.15   (4)
  6. M. Lynch – 20.98   (6)
  7. M. Turner – 19.62   (24)
  8. M. Jones-Drew – 17.81   (21)
  9. R. Bush – 16.40   (8)
  10. A. Peterson – 16.10   (11)
  11. J. Battle – 14.75   (10)
  12. W. Mchahee – 14.37   (7)
  13. T. Richardson – 13.96   (12)
  14. M. Bush – 11.95   (25)
  15. A. Morris – 10.51   (16)
  16. B. Green-Ellis – 10.24   (17)
  17. K. Smith – 9.33   (5)
  18. M. LeShoure – 9.02   (NR)
  19. B. Tate – 7.78   (14)
  20. J. Rodgers – 7.69   (NR)
  21. D. Murray – 7.34   (NR)
  22. D. Brown – 6.73   (29)
  23. S. Greene- 6.54   (20)
  24. C. Benson – 6.44   (NR)
  25. L. McCoy – 6.32   (18)
  26. D. Martin – 5.84   (22)
  27. A. Bradshaw – 5.76   (23)
  28. S. Ridley – 5.74   (15)
  29. D. McFadden – 5.73   (NR)
  30. J. Charles – 4.95   (NR)
  31. M. Ingram – 4.77   (13)
  32. M. Forte – 4.59   (NR)
  33. D. Sproles – 3.81   (NR)
  34. D. Williams – 3.49   (30)
  35. J. Bell – 3.29   (27)
  36. J. Stewart – 2.95   (26)
  37. L. Miller – 2.92   (19)
  38. M. Redman – 2.4   (33)
  39. D. Woodhead – 1.93   (NR)
  40. S. Draughn – 1.83   (32)
  41. S. Tolbert – .91   (36)
  42. L. Stephens-Howling – .57   (31)
  43. K. Moreno – .30   (34)
  44. V. Leach – .28   (35)

The number in parentheses is last week’s rank.  This week’s big winner was Andre Brown who moved up to the number three spot with a solid game.  The Kevin Smiths of the league can show how one bad game will bring you right back down the list.  The new adds of this week that should rise as the weeks continue are McFadden, Charles, Murray and LeShoure.  Aside from LeShoure, who only played one game, the other three are low on the list as a result of a low touchdown rate.  Similarly Jackie Battle has a higher touchdown rate than most and is higher on the list.  Look for those names to flip flop in the coming weeks.  C.J. Spiller should be dropping as his injured shoulder limits his availability but as of now he is tied with the league lead at four touchdowns and standing tall.  Enjoy it while it last.

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2 thoughts on “Crag Index for Week 3 Running Backs

  1. Whats your take on mccoy this year he ever going to get going or be a mystery like the eagles themselves?

    • There’s two McCoys the one that ran for less than 40 yards 4 times last year and the real deal that shows up for 3 td’s on the Jets in the same season….patience is a virtue and so is playing Cinci and Washington in your fantasy playoffs week 15 and 16.

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