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The fantasy championship game is here, and owners who have made it this far will be making their most important lineup decisions of the season. Our Week 16 fantasy PPR RB rankings can help you make those crucial start ’em, sit ’em decisions and identify potential waiver wire streamers and sleepers (Salvon Ahmed, Tony Pollard, Jeff Wilson Jr., Le’Veon Bell) to target if you need some help at the RB2 or flex spot.

Most fantasy owners who have made it this far probably feel pretty good about their starters, but be it because of matchups or injuries, you might have a couple players you rotate. This week, Christian McCaffrey’s status will continue to loom large as he tries to return from a thigh injury. He was doubtful last week, so it seems unlikely he’ll make it back against Washington, especially with the Panthers having nothing to play for.

Aside from McCaffrey, guys like Antonio Gibson (toe), Ezekiel Elliott (calf), Ronald Jones (finger/COVID), Clyde Edwards-Helaire (leg), and Damien Harris (ankle) will have a major impact on fantasy rankings, especially in PPR formats. Gibson would be a true RB1 ahead of a nice matchup against the Panthers. If he can’t go, J.D. McKissic will be a big-time PPR sleeper with RB2 potential. With Jones, Leonard Fournette and LeSean McCoy would form a nice committee, and since both can catch passes, they have good PPR upside against the Lions. Meanwhile, Harris missing time would make Sony Michel and James White nice flex options, with White being a high-end flex because of his receiving ability. Edwards-Helaire’s likely absence means Bell will be a legit RB2.

Other backs who move up in the PPR format include Kareem Hunt (@ Jets), D’Andre Swift (vs. Buccaneers), Nyheim Hines (@ Steelers), Devin Singletary (@ Patriots), Ty Johnson (vs. Browns), and Lynn Bowden (@ Raiders). Players who move down are the more TD-dependent flex options, such as Zack Moss (@ Patriots), Frank Gore (vs. Browns), and Gus Edwards (vs. Giants).

Reminder: As always, we expect to make plenty of changes to these RB PPR rankings throughout the week, so check back for updates.

These rankings are for full-point PPR leagues.

  • 26 Sony Michel, NE vs. BUF
    27 Giovani Bernard, CIN @ HOU
    28 Wayne Gallman, NYG @ BAL
    29 Salvon Ahmed, MIA @ LV
    30 JK Dobbins, BAL vs. NYG
    31 James Conner, PIT vs. IND
    32 Lynn Bowden, MIA @ LV
    33 Devin Singletary, BUF @ NE
    34 James White, NE vs. BUF
    35 Nyheim Hines, IND @ PIT
    36 Jamaal Williams, GB vs. TEN
    37 Leonard Fournette, TB @ DET
    38 Jeff Wilson Jr., SF @ ARI
    39 Zack Moss, BUF @ NE
    40 Ty Johnson, NYJ vs. CLE
    41 Frank Gore, NYJ vs. CLE
    42 Phillip Lindsay, DEN @ LAC
    43 Gus Edwards, BAL vs. NYG
    44 Latavius Murray, NO vs. MIN
    45 Ito Smith, ATL @ KC
    46 Peyton Barber, WAS vs. CAR
    47 Trayveon Wiliams, CIN @ HOU
    48 Duke Johnson, HOU vs. CIN
    49 Chase Edmonds, ARI vs. SF
    50 Kalen Ballage, LAC vs. DEN
    51 Todd Gurley, ATL @ KC
    52 Darrel Williams, KC vs. TB
    53 Samaje Perine, CIN @ HOU
    54 Adrian Peterson, DET vs. TB
    55 Carlos Hyde, SEA vs. LAR
    56 Darrell Henderson, LAR @ SEA
    57 Devontae Booker, LV vs. MIA
    58 Boston Scott, PHI @ DAL
    59 Jalen Richard, LV vs. MIA
    60 Rico Dowdle, DAL vs. PHI
    61 Justin Jackson, LAC vs. DEN
    62 Alexander Mattison, MIN @ NO
    63 LeSean McCoy, TB @ DET
    64 Darrynton Evans, TEN @ GB
    65 Benny Snell, PIT vs. IND
    66 Rodney Smith, CAR @ WAS
    67 Malcolm Brown, LAR @ SEA
    68 Matt Breida, MIA @ LV
    69 Dion Lewis, NYG @ BAL
    70 Brian Hill, ATL @ KC
    71 Kerryon Johnson, DET vs. TB
    72 Royce Freeman, DEN @ LAC

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