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AAF Week 7 Fantasy Football Rankings

A few highlights from this week; Atlanta got spanked by San Antonio, Orlando suffered its first loss due to a 10-second runoff, and Johnny Football has made his way to the AAF. Keith Price (BIR) also started over Luis Perez (BIR) but Perez earned the win after Price fell to injury. Only three more weeks of regular season play before we hit the playoffs, can Salt Lake and Memphis work their way into the conversation?

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 Week 7 AAF Rankings


The big news of this week was obviously the signing of Johnny Manziel. Manziel offers a different play-style from any other quarterback in the league and might make a fantasy splash in the final weeks of the season. Manziel’s chances hinge on his ability to play, learn the playbook, and the health of Zach Mettenberger. Luis Perez also looks to have re-earned his job back after a three-touchdown game against San Diego.

  1. Garrett Gilbert, Orlando Apollos
  2. John Wolford, Arizona Hotshots
  3. Josh Woodrum, Salt Lake Stallions
  4. Zach Mettenberger, Memphis Express***
  5. Luis Perez, Birmingham Irons
  6. Keith Price, Birmingham Irons***
  7. Aaron Murray, Atlanta Legends
  8. Logan Woodside, San Antonio Commanders
  9. Mike Bercovici, San Diego Fleet
  10. Brandon Silvers, Memphis Express
  11. Johnny Manziel, Memphis Express

Running Backs

Running Back is still consistent in places and not in some. Arizona and Orlando appear to use a stable of guys with a new player carrying the load from week to week. If anybody has seen Ja’Quan Gardner’s playing ability from the first few weeks, his owners are looking for it.

  1. Trent Richardson, Birmingham Irons
  2. Kenneth Farrow II, San Antonio Commanders
  3. Zac Stacy, Memphis Express
  4. Jhurrell Pressley, Arizona Hotshots
  5. D’Earnest Johnson, Orlando Apollos
  6. Tarean Folston, Atlanta Legends
  7. Joel Bouagnon, Salt Lake Stallions
  8. De’Veon Smith, Orlando Apollos
  9. Terrell Watson, San Diego Fleet
  10. Brandon Radcliff, Atlanta Legends
  11. Ja’Quan Gardner, San Diego Fleet
  12. Tim Cook, Arizona Hotshots
  13. Trey Williams, San Antonio Commanders
  14. Terron Ward, Salt Lake Stallions
  15. Terell Newby, San Diego Fleet
  16. Akeem Hunt, Orlando Apollos
  17. Justin Stockton, Arizona Hotshots
  18. Denard Robinson, Atlanta Legends
  19. Bishop Sankey, San Diego Fleet
  20. Akrum Wadley, Atlanta Legends

Wide Receivers

The only key developments in the receiving game this past week was the arrival of Jamal Robinson (BIR) who debuted with two receptions for 78 yards and Daniel Williams (MEM) who took off for 70 yards on seven receptions. Other than that the names seem to stay the same at the top.

  1. Rashad Ross, Arizona Hotshots
  2. Charles Johnson, Orlando Apollos
  3. MeKale McKay, San Antonio Commanders
  4. Jalin Marshall, Orlando Apollos
  5. Nelson Spruce, San Diego Fleet
  6. Dontez Ford, San Diego fleet
  7. Seantavius Jones, Atlanta Legends
  8. De’Mornay Pierson-El, Salt Lake Stallions
  9. Reese Horn, Memphis Express
  10. Malachi Jones, Atlanta Legends
  11. L’Damien Washington, Birmingham Irons
  12. Adonis Jennings, Salt Lake Stallions
  13. Quinton Patton, Birmingham Irons
  14. Alonzo Moore, San Antonio Commanders
  15. De’Marcus Ayers, San Antonio Commanders
  16. Greg Ward Jr., San Antonio Commanders
  17. Freddie Martino, Arizona Hot Shots
  18. Rannell Hall, Orlando Apollos
  19. Jamal Robinson, Birmingham Irons
  20. Daniel Williams, Memphis Express
  21. James Quick, Atlanta Legends
  22. Justin Thomas, Atlanta Legends
  23. Brian Brown, San Diego Fleet
  24. Josh Huff, Arizona Hotshots
  25. Tobias Harris, Birmingham Irons
  26. Montay Crockett, Atlanta Legends
  27. Gerrard Sheppard, Memphis Express
  28. Marquis Bundy, Arizona Hotshots
  29. Chris Thompson, Orlando Apollos
  30. Bug Howard, Atlanta Legends
  31. Kenny Bell, Salt Lake Stallions
  32. Pig Howard, Memphis Express

Tight Ends

  1. Nick Truesdell, Salt Lake Stallions
  2. Gavin Escobar, San Diego Fleet
  3. Wes Saxton Jr., Birmingham Irons
  4. Keith Towbridge, Atlanta Legends
  5. Marcus Baugh, San Diego Fleet
  6. Anthony Denham, Salt Lake Stallions
  7. Cam Clear, San Antonio Commanders
  8. Ben Johnson, San Diego Fleet
  9. Sean Price, Orlando Apollos
  10. Evan Rodriguez, San Antonio Commanders

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