Week 10 Rankings: Standard | PPR

As the trade deadline looms in Fantasy leagues everywhere, now's the time to make one last move for a running back to cement your roster. But who should you go after, and who should you let go of? Let's make the case for six rushers.

Buy low

Devontae Booker
LV • RB • 23
2016 stats
ATT80
YDS320
TD2
TAR22
REC15
REC YDS107
REC TD0
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You mean to tell me Gary Kubiak is going to switch out running backs after one bad game by EVERYONE in a Broncos uniform? Kubiak has been known to do some strange things with his runners, but when he talked about getting Bibbs more work on Monday, he really threw shade at his O-line -- and said nothing bad about Booker, who played 82 percent of the snaps at Oakland.

"We're gaining confidence in (Bibbs)," Kubiak said. "Booker's not doing anything wrong. We gotta get him some room. He's got 12 carries for 2.2 [yards per carry], so we've got to find somebody some room, whoever's in there. But Kapri came in, made a big play on third and short, made a big run for us, almost busted that out of there. Hey, those are our two guys here down the stretch. They've got to play well and we've got to trust both of them to play."

Fine, we might be a fumble or a two-game skid away from Booker losing significant playing time, but if there's a guy in your league who thinks the sky is falling on Booker, be a pal and take him off your hands. At the end of the day, the Broncos are still a running team and Booker is their best back.

Sell high

Matt Forte
NYJ • RB • 22
2016 stats
ATT169
YDS634
TD7
TAR31
REC21
REC YDS168
REC TD1
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With at least 15 Fantasy points in each of his last three games, Forte has defied the rules when it comes to running backs breaking down. He has been playing great, but he also went on a nightmarish four-game run earlier this season when he maxed out at six Fantasy points. The Jets have some tough games coming up, along with a bye, and if Bryce Petty or anyone else winds up under center besides Ryan Fitzpatrick, you have to think defenses will start ganging up on Forte.

Buy low

Latavius Murray
NO • RB • 28
2016 stats
ATT89
YDS393
TD8
TAR24
REC18
REC YDS103
REC TD0
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Yeah, sure, buy low on a guy who just scored three touchdowns. Some owners of Murray will take this chance to deal him away because he scored three times. Take advantage. The Raiders' remaining schedule isn't soft but Murray has the benefit of being the lead back in an explosive offense complete with a strong offensive line. It doesn't matter who he plays, he's a candidate to score every week. Maybe even twice or three times.

Sell high ... or for whatever you can get

Christine Michael
IND • RB • 38
2016 stats
ATT112
YDS447
TD6
TAR25
REC19
REC YDS92
REC TD1
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It seems like the Seahawks are getting over Michael. Thomas Rawls is expected to return soon, and when he does you should assume he'll get chances to earn back his starting job. Michael's carries have trended south since Week 3, and Monday versus Buffalo really cemented home the idea that he's a touchdown-or-bust running back. The Seahawks play the Patriots this week, then have five straight strong run defenses to face beginning in Week 12. Dump Michael and stash Rawls.

Buy low

Tevin Coleman
NYJ • RB • 26
2016 stats
ATT59
YDS234
TD5
TAR24
REC19
REC YDS330
REC TD1
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He's taking up a spot on someone's bench, go help out a friend and put him on yours. Of course, you're doing this because Devonta Freeman hasn't been a dynamo in the two games Coleman has missed, particularly coming up short in goal-to-go situations. That will be Coleman's gig upon his return, and Coleman should go back to splitting up the rushing work with Freeman too. He's one of my favorite guys to trade for.

Sell high

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Devonta Freeman
RB •
2016 stats
ATT133
YDS620
TD3
TAR36
REC28
REC YDS220
REC TD2

This isn't to say Freeman should get moved no matter what the situation is -- this is to say you should go get yourself a haul if someone will chase Freeman as if he were a No. 1 Fantasy running back. Once Coleman gets healthy, his workload will lighten and his opportunities near the goal line should cease (he has struggled there with Coleman missing). So in terms of getting max value for a player, Freeman is someone to try to move for a lot.

What are the Trade Values? The chart is designed to help guide you in making fair trades in your standard-scoring or PPR leagues. The values assigned to the players below are a long-term measurement of their Fantasy value. By adding two players' values you could determine what one player you should be able to get in return. This list also works as a "Rest of Season" rankings. Also, any player not on the chart should be considered valued at no more than four points.

Running backs

Player Stnd PPR
Ezekiel Elliott, DAL 42 44
David Johnson, ARI 41 43
Le'Veon Bell, PIT 38 41
DeMarco Murray, TEN 37 40
Melvin Gordon, SD 36 39
LeSean McCoy, BUF 28 31
Jay Ajayi, MIA 28 30
Devonta Freeman, ATL 23 25
Lamar Miller, HOU 22 24
Frank Gore, IND 20 22
Carlos Hyde, SF 20 21
LeGarrette Blount, NE 20 20
Latavius Murray, OAK 17 19
Matt Forte, NYJ 17 18
Devontae Booker, DEN 16 18
Todd Gurley, LAR 16 18
Spencer Ware, KC 16 18
Mark Ingram, NO 15 17
Jonathan Stewart, CAR 15 16
Jordan Howard, CHI 14 16
Doug Martin, TB 13 15
Tevin Coleman, ATL 13 15
Isaiah Crowell, CLE 13 13
Jeremy Hill, CIN 13 13
Theo Riddick, DET 10 13
Giovani Bernard, CIN 10 12
Christine Michael, SEA 10 11
Terrance West, BAL 10 11
Dion Lewis, NE 9 11
Rob Kelley, WAS 9 9
James White, NE 8 11
Darren Sproles, PHI 8 10
Mike Gillislee, BUF 8 9
Tim Hightower, NO 8 9
T.J. Yeldon, JAC 8 9
Thomas Rawls, SEA 8 9
Jerick McKinnon, MIN 7 9
Charcandrick West, KC 7 8
Paul Perkins, NYG 7 8
Kapri Bibbs, DEN 7 8
Ryan Mathews, PHI 7 8
Chris Ivory, JAC 6 7
Bilal Powell, NYJ 5 7
Chris Thompson, WAS 5 7
C.J. Prosise, SEA 5 6
DeAngelo Williams, PIT 5 6
Dwayne Washington, DET 5 5
Derrick Henry, TEN 5 5
Damien Williams, MIA 5 5

Wide receivers

Player Stnd PPR
Julio Jones, ATL 42 46
Antonio Brown, PIT 41 45
Mike Evans, TB 40 44
A.J. Green, CIN 39 43
Odell Beckham, NYG 27 30
Jordy Nelson, GB 24 27
T.Y. Hilton, IND 23 26
Dez Bryant, DAL 20 22
Amari Cooper, OAK 19 22
Demaryius Thomas, DEN 18 21
Alshon Jeffery, CHI 18 21
Brandin Cooks, NO 18 20
Randall Cobb, GB 17 20
Michael Crabtree, OAK 17 20
Terrelle Pryor, CLE 17 20
DeAndre Hopkins, HOU 16 19
Allen Robinson, JAC 16 19
Michael Thomas, NO 16 19
Brandon Marshall, NYJ 15 18
Donte Moncrief, IND 15 18
Davante Adams, GB 14 18
Larry Fitzgerald, ARI 13 17
Julian Edelman, NE 13 17
Stefon Diggs, MIN 13 17
Kelvin Benjamin, CAR 13 16
Emmanuel Sanders, DEN 12 15
Doug Baldwin, SEA 12 14
Ty Montgomery, GB 10 13
Tyrell Williams, SD 10 13
Mike Wallace, BAL 10 12
Jamison Crowder, WAS 10 13
Willie Snead, NO 9 12
Golden Tate, DET 9 12
Jarvis Landry, MIA 8 11
John Brown, ARI 8 10
Cole Beasley, DAL 7 10
J.J. Nelson, ARI 7 10
Jordan Matthews, PHI 7 9
Steve Smith, BAL 7 9
Kenny Britt, LA 7 9
Chris Hogan, NE 7 9
Marvin Jones, DET 6 8
Robert Woods, BUF 6 8
Mohamed Sanu, ATL 6 8
Quincy Enunwa, NYJ 6 8
DeSean Jackson, WAS 6 8
Jeremy Maclin, KC 6 8
Rishard Matthews, TEN 6 8

Tight ends

Player Stnd PPR
Rob Gronkowski, NE 35 38
Greg Olsen, CAR 18 20
Jimmy Graham, SEA 18 20
Tyler Eifert, CIN 16 18
Jordan Reed, WAS 15 18
Delanie Walker, TEN 14 16
Kyle Rudolph, MIN 12 14
Travis Kelce, KC 8 10
Antonio Gates, SD 8 10
Zach Miller, CHI 7 9
Eric Ebron, DET 6 9
C.J. Fiedorowicz, HOU 6 8
Martellus Bennett, NE 6 8

Quarterbacks

Player Stnd PPR
Tom Brady, NE 26 26
Matt Ryan, ATL 25 25
Drew Brees, NO 22 22
Aaron Rodgers, GB 20 20
Andrew Luck, IND 19 19
Cam Newton, CAR 15 15
Marcus Mariota, TEN 14 14
Philip Rivers, SD 14 14
Derek Carr, OAK 13 13
Jameis Winston, TB 13 13
Dak Prescott, DAL 12 12
Ben Roethlisberger, PIT 11 11
Matthew Stafford, DET 11 11
Andy Dalton, CIN 10 10
Eli Manning, NYG 9 9
Kirk Cousins, WAS 8 8