2015 Fantasy Football Power Rankings 2.0: Top 20 Running Backs

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Green Bay Packers. Eddie Lacy. 4. player. 49. Coming in at No. 4 is the RB who was previously No. 1 on our countdown, <strong><a href=. RB

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3. player. 55. <strong><a href=. RB. Pittsburgh Steelers. Le'Veon Bell

Kansas City Chiefs. Jamaal Charles. 2. player. 124. A good majority of fellow fantasy football critics have <strong><a href=. RB

60. My oh my, how things can change in just a month and a half. Six weeks ago, I had Peterson at No. 4. Now as we’re just days into August, I have him at No. 1. So what changed? Peterson made good with the Minnesota Vikings. As I stated weeks ago, if the conflict between Peterson and the Vikings resolved, I’d have no qualms at placing atop out countdown. Well, it happened and here he sits. Whatever you think of Peterson off the field, he remains a gifted featured runner. He is coming off a full season of rest and is ready to get back to football. Baring injury, he’ll never fail to reach double-digit touchdowns and is very likely to top 1,200 yards this season. In AP’s least efficient year as a pro he still managed 4.4 YPC and still broke the lane 18 times. If I end up with the No. 1 overall pick in any of my upcoming drafts, I know who I’ll be taking.. RB. Minnesota Vikings. Adrian Peterson. 1. player

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