Well, here we are. The last Rest of Season rankings of 2023.
It's amazing how different things have turned out since September. And by free agency time in March it will radically change again.
Hope you have enjoyed these rankings. I haven't seen any bad comments this year, so I guess they were satisfactory!
Good luck for your fantasy playoffs and hope to see you next season.
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I hope you find these rankings useful throughout the 2023 season. Updated every Thursday with new commentary.
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Changes Near the Top this Week in Brief
QBs: Josh Allen (QB1↔) remains at numero uno and the rest of the top five are about the same.
RBs: Christian McCaffrey (RB1↔) remains in the top spot. Kyren Williams (RB2C) moves to second. Williams is on fire.
WRs: Tyreek Hill (WR1↔) maintains the top spot despite a recent ankle injury. Deebo Samuel (WR3↔) cannot be stopped.
TEs: T.J. Hockenson (TE1↔) moves to number one ahead of Sam LaPorta (TE2↔) and George Kittle (TE3↔). Travis Kelce (TE4↔) is still in a great spot, but thas shown some sluggishness this season.
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Riser and Faller of the Week
Riser: Rashee Rice (WR22↑), Kansas City Chiefs
Rice is the receiver Patrick Mahomes (QB9↓) has waited for ever since Tyreek Hill (WR1) went to Miami. Rice is beginning to gain fantasy interest and in 2024 will certainly enter the conversation. He's not quite a solid WR2 yet, but by next season his upside could begin to rise with the elites. That's perhaps an excessive take, but either way, the evidence continues to grow that 2023 is definitely a transition year for Rice.
Faller: Bijan Robinson (RB15↓), Atlanta Falcons
For some odd reason Robinson isn't getting proper involvement in the Atlanta offense. He is far too often out-touched by Tyler Allgeier (RB49↔), such as last week against the Panthers. This is always the risk with hyped running backs. You need to always look at the offense they are on. These Falcons are nowhere near as cohesive as in the Matt Ryan days. If you need Robinson to show up for your playoffs, there are few hopes left. One thing is clear, Robinson isn't even close to being an RB1.
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