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AAF Week 8 Fantasy Football Rankings

Arizona and Atlanta are back at it again in the most opposite ways possible and Johnny Manziel made his debut. Week 7 in the AAF did give us a few observations here and there that I’ll address by position. But until then, please enjoy my Week 8 Player Rankings and all it has to offer.

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Week 8 AAF Rankings


Manziel didn’t light the world on fire, but he did average close to 10 yards per completion and would have had it not been for an unfortunate drop by Reese Horn. Brandon Silvers looked incredible for a player that began the season as a third-string quarterback. Logan Woodside and Marquis Williams are likely back in competition for the starting job after a strong showing from Williams in relief of an injured Woodside.

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

Running Backs

There wasn’t much to gain from this weekend as far as running backs. Ja’Quan Gardner is officially droppable, he’s done, he’s not getting any better. Trey Williams and Kenneth Farrow II are a dynamic stable of backs and Trent Richardson is still the man.

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

Wide Receivers

Nelson Spruce and Reese Horn lit it up this weekend with more than 100 yards a piece. Daniel Williams continues to carve out a role in the Memphis offense behind Horn as the #2 target.

  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. Reese Horn, Memphis Express
  7. De’Mornay Pierson-El, Salt Lake Stallions
  8. Quinton Patton, Birmingham Irons
  9. Malachi Jones, Atlanta Legends
  10. Seantavius Jones, Atlanta Legends
  11. Dontez Ford, San Diego Fleet
  12. Rannell Hall, Orlando Apollos
  13. Daniel Williams, Memphis Express
  14. L’Damien Washington, Birmingham Irons
  15. Alonzo Moore, San Antonio Commanders
  16. De’Marcus Ayers, San Antonio Commanders
  17. Adonis Jennings, Salt Lake Stallions
  18. Greg Ward Jr., San Antonio Commanders
  19. Pig Howard, Memphis Express
  20. Freddie Martino, Arizona Hotshots
  21. Richard Mullaney, Arizona Hotshots
  22. Jamal Robinson, Birmingham Irons
  23. Montay Crockett, Atlanta Legends
  24. Brian Brown, San Diego Fleet
  25. Donteea Dye Jr., Orlando Apollos
  26. Bug Howard, Atlanta Legends
  27. Devin Lucien, Memphis Express
  28. Josh Huff, Arizona Hotshots
  29. Marquis Bundy, Arizona Hotshots
  30. Tobias Harris, Birmingham Irons

Tight Ends

  1. Nick Truesdell, Salt Lake Stallions
  2. Wes Saxton Jr., Birmingham Irons
  3. Gavin Escobar, San Diego Fleet
  4. Keith Towbridge, Atlanta Legends
  5. Marcus Baugh, San Diego Fleet
  6. Evan Rodriguez, San Antonio Commanders
  7. Anthony Denham, Salt Lake Stallions
  8. Scott Orndoff, Orlando Apollos
  9. Brandon Barnes, Memphis Express
  10. Gerald Christian, Arizona Hotshots

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