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Fantasy Football 2023: Week 17 RB Rankings

For some, Week 17 means you’re in the championships, and trust me, you’ll need to see these RB rankings if you want to win. For others, this is your semifinal game. So, let’s get you into the championship game.

Last week brought in some top performances from Christian McCaffrey and Breece Hall. Hall has been on a tear as of the last couple of weeks and I expect it to continue this week. Aaron Jones also came into his own this week and looks to be a league winner this week.

Running Back Notes

  • Let’s start with Rachaad White as my RB2. There is no question that you should not be sitting White this week. On the year he is RB3 just behind Raheem Mostert and McCaffrey. White has been consistent all year and is a sure RB2 start this week. He has one touchdown in each of his last four games. He is a league winner this week. Start him no matter what.
  • Someone you might want to bench, but shouldn’t is Tony Pollard. The Cowboys are at home this week against the Lions. The Lion’s rush defense is the best in the league, but the Cowboys have been unstoppable at home. As for Pollard’s last two games on the road, he averaged 5.7 fantasy points. Before that, in his last three games at home, he averaged 16 fantasy points per game. So the trend pulls to starting Pollard at home. He is a sneaky flex option this week.
  • Lastly, I have Breece Hall as my RB25. I know he has gone off in back-to-back games and I do expect him to still have a decent game this week. But, he is facing Brown’s defense this week. Hall has a good chance to go off this week, but I would be hesitant as the Browns are only giving up 16.5 fantasy points per game to RBs this season. Last week the Browns shut down the Texans to 72 total rushing yards and no rushing touchdowns. The week before they kept the Bears down to 88 total rushing yards and no touchdowns. This will be a tough matchup for Hall to overcome.

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Week 17 RB Rankings

These RB rankings are based on half-PPR scoring.

1Christian McCaffreySFat WAS
2Rachaad WhiteTBvs. NO
3Kyren WilliamsLARat NYG
4Jahmyr GibbsDETat DAL
5Travis Etienne Jr.JACvs. CAR
6Bijan RobinsonATLat CHI
7Alvin KamaraNOat TB
8James CookBUFvs. NE
9Kenneth Walker IIISEAvs. PIT
10Raheem MostertMIAat BAL
11D'Andre SwiftPHIvs. ARI
12Derrick HenryTENat HOU
13Saquon BarkleyNYGvs. LAR
14Joe MixonCINat KC
15Jonathan TaylorINDvs. LV
16Ty ChandlerMINvs. GB
17Aaron JonesGBat MIN
18Tony PollardDALvs. DET
19Chuba HubbardCARat JAC
20Josh JacobsLVat IND
21Isiah PachecoKCvs. CIN
22De'Von AchaneMIAat BAL
23Austin EkelerLACat DEN
24Ezekiel ElliottNEat BUF
25Breece HallNYJat CLE
26David MontgomeryDETat DAL
27James ConnerARIat PHI
28Devin SingletaryHOUvs. TEN
29Najee HarrisPITat SEA
30Gus EdwardsBALvs. MIA
31Jerome FordCLEvs. NYJ
32Khalil HerbertCHIvs. ATL
33Javonte WilliamsDENvs. LAC
34Jaylen WarrenPITat SEA
35Tyler AllgeierATLat CHI
36Tyjae SpearsTENat HOU
37Antonio GibsonWASvs. SF
38Chase BrownCINat KC
39Roschon JohnsonCHIvs. ATL
40AJ DillonGBat MIN
41Zach CharbonnetSEAvs. PIT
42Kareem HuntCLEvs. NYJ
43Clyde Edwards-HelaireKCvs. CIN
44Zamir WhiteLVat IND
45Justice HillBALvs. MIA
46Alexander MattisonMINvs. GB
47Chris Rodriguez Jr.WASvs. SF
48Jamaal WilliamsNOat TB
49Brian Robinson Jr.WASvs. SF
50Kenneth GainwellPHIvs. ARI
51Miles SandersCARat JAC
52Jaleel McLaughlinDENvs. LAC
53Samaje PerineDENvs. LAC
54Dameon PierceHOUvs. TEN
55Cordarrelle PattersonATLat CHI
56Emari DemercadoARIat PHI
57D'Ernest JohnsonJACvs. CAR
58Chase EdmondsTBvs. NO
59Joshua KelleyLACat DEN
60Leonard FournetteBUFvs. NE
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