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    PSD Power Rankings: RB's

    Results from QB Voting:

    1. Aaron Rodgers: 1.286
    2. Peyton Manning: 1.929
    3. Tom Brady: 3.000
    4. Drew Brees: 4.000
    5. Philip Rivers: 5.286
    6. Andrew Luck: 7.000 (3 Top 5 Votes)
    7. Ben Roethlisberger: 7.000 (2 Top 5 Votes)
    8. Tony Romo: 9.071
    9. Matt Ryan: 9.357
    10. Matthew Stafford: 11.000
    11. Cam Newton: 11.167
    12. Nick Foles: 12.077
    13. Russell Wilson: 12.167
    14. Eli Manning: 12.308
    15. Jay Cutler: 13.417
    16. COlin Kaepernick: 15.750
    17. Joe Flacco: 16.900
    18. Robert Griffin III: 18.400
    19. Alex Smith: 19.600
    20. Sam Bradford: 20.200
    21. Carson Palmer: 21.100
    22. Andy Dalton: 21.300
    23. Ryan Tannehill: 24.500
    24. Josh McCown: 24.500
    25. Jake Locker: 24.900
    26. Michael Vick: 26.600
    27. Matt Schaub: 27.300
    28. Brian Hoyer: 28.900
    29. Matt Cassel: 29.300
    30. Mike Glennon: 29.800
    31. E.J. Manuel: 29.900
    32. Ryan Fitzpatrick: 30.000

    My RB Rankings:

    1. Adrian Peterson - MIN
    2. LeSean McCoy - PHI
    3. Jamaal Charles - KC
    4. Matt Forte - CHI
    5. Marshawn Lynch - SEA
    6. Eddie Lacy - GB
    7. Doug Martin - TB
    8. Arian Foster - HOU
    9. Le'Veon Bell - PIT
    10. DeMarco Murray - DAL
    11. C.J. Spiller - BUF
    12. Zac Stacy - STL
    13. Alfred Morris - WAS
    14. Giovani Bernard - CIN
    15. Andre Ellington - ARI
    16. Ryan Mathews - SD
    17. Ray Rice - BAL
    18. Montee Ball - DEN
    19. Reggie Bush - DET
    20. Chris Johnson - NYJ
    21. Frank Gore - SF
    22. Chris Ivory - NYJ
    23. Trent Richardson - IND
    24. Joique Bell - DET
    25. Shane Vereen - NE
    26. Toby Gerhart - JAC
    27. Lamar Miller - MIA
    28. Pierre Thomas - NO
    29. Rashad Jennings - NYG
    30. Steven Jackson - ATL
    31. Stevan Ridley - NE
    32. DeAngelo Williams - CAR

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    Geno didn't make the list of QBs? Which backup beat him out? Not willing to dig through the list and figure it out.


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    comeing from a lions fan bell is better then bush.. and stafford is way to high on the qb list

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullseyed View Post
    Geno didn't make the list of QBs? Which backup beat him out? Not willing to dig through the list and figure it out.
    Vick at 26.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullseyed View Post
    Geno didn't make the list of QBs? Which backup beat him out? Not willing to dig through the list and figure it out.
    Mike Glennon

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    I think Peterson deserves to be #1 until he's dethroned, but I also believe he's in for a slight regression and that McCoy passes him this year.

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    Jesus DeAngelo Williams at 32, thats just awful
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    Quote Originally Posted by .Sean. View Post
    Jesus DeAngelo Williams at 32, thats just awful
    I was really grasping at straws ranking-wise towards the end of my list. 25th onwards is fairly interchangeable.

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    Just wanna say, it still has some errors but that cumulative QB ranking is the most accurate list I've seen(especially the top 10), love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Long Shot View Post
    I was really grasping at straws ranking-wise towards the end of my list. 25th onwards is fairly interchangeable.
    Him at 25 is still pathetic.
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    No oakland running back intresting. You have NE and NYJ twice interesting. Hummmmmm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by curtcocaine View Post
    No oakland running back intresting. You have NE and NYJ twice interesting. Hummmmmm.
    Yeah, and he's got toby ****ing gerhart on there lol. MJD belongs on that list somewhere, as does knowshon moreno.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoodedSB View Post
    Yeah, and he's got toby ****ing gerhart on there lol. MJD belongs on that list somewhere, as does knowshon moreno.
    Lol, I never said this was a perfect list. It's far from it. Jones-Drew I'll give you, but not Moreno. Almost the entirety of his production was thanks to that Denver offense. He's a very middling RB at best.

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    Could be, but you have monte ball on there and he is as unproven as can be.

    At some point I'll make my own rankings so you can give me **** for it too.

    edit:
    1. AP
    2. Charles
    3. Shady
    4. Forte
    5. Foster
    6. Lynch
    7. Doug Martin
    8. Lacy
    9. Zac Stacy
    10. Frank Gore
    11. C.J. Spiller
    12. Demarco Murray
    13. Alfred Morris
    14. Reggie Bush
    15. Ryan Mathews
    16. Gio Bernard
    17. Deangelo Williams
    18. Chris Ivory
    19. Pierre Thomas
    20. Chris Johnson
    21. Ray Rice
    22. MJD
    23. LeVeon Bell
    24. Shane Vereen
    25. Knowshon Moreno
    26. Rashad Jennings
    27. Andre Ellington
    28. Lamar Miller
    29. Ben Tate
    30. Shonn Greene
    31. Steven Jackson
    32. Trent Richardson
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    1. Adrian Peterson
    2. LeSean McCoy
    3. Jamaal Charles
    4. Matt Forte
    5. Marshawn Lynch
    6. Doug Martin
    7. DeAngelo Williams
    8. Frank Gore
    9. Eddie Lacy
    10.DeMarco Murray
    11. LeVeon Bell
    12. Giovanni Bernard
    13. Jonathan Stewart
    14. Ryan Matthews
    15. Arian Foster
    16. Ray Rice
    17. CJ Spiller
    18. Alfred Morris
    19. Chris Ivory
    20. Rashad Jennings
    21. Andre Ellington
    22. Stevan Ridley
    23. Reggie Bush
    24. Legarette Blount
    25. Maurice Jones Drew
    26. Ben Tate
    27. Zac Stacy
    28. Chris Johnson
    29. Joique Bell
    30. Pierre Thomas
    31. Fred Jackson
    32. Steven Jackson

    A lot of guys I like a lot but didn't put on the list because either they need more production than they've flashed thus far or I consider them valuable weapons, but not capable of being the top guy in a mostly split workload backfield. Darren Sproles, Stevan Ridley, Danny Woodhead, Bernard Pierce, Mark Ingram, Toby Gerhart, David Wilson, Bryce Brown, Knile Davis, etc.

    This will likely be the single hardest position to rank IMO. Such an expansive and versatile position. Running, catching, blocking. Speed, power. Ball security, health. Vision between the tackles, vision in space. Ability to run through arm tackles. Pad level, burst. Workload or dual backfield. Production. Supporting cast. Short career peak.

    Not an easy one.
    X's and O's Breakdown of each of Eli Manning's 27 Interceptions

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