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Fantasy Football 2023: Week 9 RB Rankings

Now is the time when each loss from here on out could determine if you make the playoffs or not. So as we roll into Week 9 these RB rankings will be your cheat sheet toward a win.

Also, Week 9 brings the Christian McCaffrey bye week. So, if you have McCaffrey and don’t want to lose this week, then pay attention to the rankings below.

Running Back Notes

  • Alvin Kamara is my RB1 for Week 9. If you were one of the ones to draft Kamara and have him sit on your bench for those three weeks, well it turned out that you got the steal of the draft. On the season Kamara’s lowest fantasy RB finish is 12. He has a great matchup against the Bears this week and is an RB1 for the rest of the season.
  • Gus Edwards jumps up to my RB17. It has been tough to figure out who the fantasy RB would be on the Ravens. But, now it is clear that it is Edwards. He has had back-to-back 20-plus fantasy performances and has a decent matchup against the Seahawks. The Seahawks are giving up around 17 to 18 fantasy points per game to running backs. Edwards is an RB2 starter this week.
  • Alexander Mattison falls to my RB25 against the Falcons. It seems like Cam Akers is finally starting to gain more opportunities in this backfield. Last week Mattison only outcarried Akers 16 to nine. The Falcons are the second-best fantasy defense against running backs only giving up 13.8 fantasy points per game. The Vikings will also be with Joshua Dobbs for the first time this week with Kirk Cousins out for the season.
  • Lastly, I have Rachaad White as my RB15 going against the Texans. After a slowish start, White has been active in the passing game which has got him having back-to-back double-digit fantasy finishes. This week he has the Texans who are giving up 19.9 fantasy points per game. White is an exceptional pass catcher and is on the field just about 80% of the snaps. He is a sneaky RB2 start.

More Week 9 Fantasy Football Rankings: Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | Half-PPR by Position | Flex Rankings | Positional Ranks w/ K & DST | Dynasty | Superflex Dynasty

Week 9 RB Rankings

*These RB rankings are based on half-PPR scoring

1Alvin KamaraNOvs. CHI
2Saquon BarkleyNYGat LV
3Austin EkelerLACat NYJ
4Bijan RobinsonATLvs. MIN
5Breece HallNYJvs. LAC
6Jonathan TaylorINDat CAR
7D'Andre SwiftPHIvs. DAL
8Isiah PachecoKCvs. MIA
9Josh JacobsLVvs. NYG
10Raheem MostertMIAat KC
11Kenneth Walker IIISEAat BAL
12Tony PollardDALat PHI
13Derrick HenryTENat PIT
14Joe MixonCINvs. BUF
15Rachaad WhiteTBat HOU
16James CookBUFat CIN
17Gus EdwardsBALvs. SEA
18Chuba HubbardCARvs. IND
19Aaron JonesGBvs. LAR
20Rhamondre StevensonNEvs. WAS
21Zack MossINDat CAR
22Brian Robinson Jr.WASat NE
23Darrell Henderson Jr.LARat GB
24Kareem HuntCLEvs. ARI
25Alexander MattisonMINat ATL
26Jerome FordCLEvs. ARI
27Emari DemercadoARIat CLE
28D'Onta ForemanCHIat NO
29Najee HarrisPITvs. TEN
30Dameon PierceHOUvs. TB
31Royce FreemanLARat GB
32Jaylen WarrenPITvs. TEN
33AJ DillonGBvs. LAR
34Roschon JohnsonCHIat NO
35Cam AkersMINat ATL
36Devin SingletaryHOUvs. TB
37Tyler AllgeierATLvs. MIN
38Justice HillBALvs. SEA
39Tyjae SpearsTENat PIT
40Ezekiel ElliottNEvs. WAS
41Pierre Strong Jr.CLEvs. ARI
42Latavius MurrayBUFat CIN
43Jeff Wilson Jr.MIAat KC
44Miles SandersCARvs. IND
45Zach CharbonnetSEAat BAL
46Jamaal WilliamsNOvs. CHI
47Jerick McKinnonKCvs. MIA
48Antonio GibsonWASat NE
49Kenneth GainwellPHIvs. DAL
50Joshua KelleyLACat NYJ
51Rico DowdleDALat PHI
52Salvon AhmedMIAat KC
53Dalvin CookNYJvs. LAC
54Michael CarterNYJvs. LAC
55Cordarrelle PattersonATLvs. MIN
56Clyde Edwards-HelaireKCvs. MIA
57Keaontay IngramARIat CLE
58Ke'Shawn VaughnTBat HOU
59Matt BreidaNYGat LV
60Kendre MillerNOvs. CHI
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