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1. Marshawn Lynch, SEA: A really remarkable talent who just runs so hard and has been extra beastly this season. Seattle is going to absolutely trample Jacksonville's weak rush defense.
2. Adrian Peterson, MIN: Don't really care what week it is or who he's playing (it's Cleveland, which is a good thing), Peterson is always a top-three back.
3. Doug Martin, TB: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers really need to set the tempo with their ground game, and Martin is establishing himself as an elite back after a 144-yard performance in Week 2.
4. Jamaal Charles, KC: I think he has a lot of value this week because of the up-tempo game that will be played in Philadelphia. Don't be surprised if he has seven or eight catches and 175 total yards.
5. Matt Forte, CHI: The Bears have been sharp offensively, and Pittsburgh has been surprisingly pretty soft on the defensive end. Forte has extra value in points-per-reception leagues.
6. LeSean McCoy, PHI: I don't think McCoy will have quite as big of a game as everyone is expecting, but he's still going to put up numbers in Chip Kelly's offense.
7. Arian Foster, HOU: Something about Foster just hasn't seemed right recently, and a relatively quiet start of the season hasn't helped things. He's got an always tough Baltimore matchup in Week 3.
8. Alfred Morris, WAS: He has sputtered along with the rest of the Redskins offense so far, but I think he gets relied on more heavily in Week 3 against a Detroit defense that struggles to contain backs.
9. Knowshon Moreno, DEN: I'm all-in on the Moreno bandwagon right now, and I think that as long as Peyton Manning is operating at a high level, the holes will be there for Moreno.
10. Reggie Bush, DET: Although he's currently "50-50" to play this Sunday, his matchup against the Redskins is an incredible one. If he doesn't play, Joique Bell becomes a top-15 fantasy back.
11. C.J. Spiller, BUF: As a Fred Jackson owner, I have been pleasantly surprised by the lack of Spiller's production over the first two games. A matchup against the Ne York Jets' stingy defense doesn't help.
12. DeMarco Murray, DAL: St. Louis has a pretty weak rush defense, and Jason Garrett thinks that they need to run the ball more. Murray is still an elite talent who could shred the St. Louis Rams.
13. Frank Gore, SF: Gore was a nonfactor in Week 2, but the San Francisco 49ers will rely on him more against an Indianapolis defense that gave up 272 yards on the ground so far.
14. DeAngelo Williams, CAR: Sorry for how many times this will show up on this slideshow, but Carolina's offense is going to have a big day against the Giants, who are currently in disarray to put it nicely.
15. Trent Richardson, IND: Well, that was shocking. The trade itself, as reported by Tom Pelissero of USA Today, is a miserable one for Cleveland, but Indianapolis gets a workhorse back who will bring a whole new dimension to the offense. We don't know how much he'll play on Sunday, which is why I ranked him conservatively, but this is a very intriguing situation.
16. Chris Johnson, TEN: CJ2K has been pretty disappointing thus far with just 166 rushing yards, no touchdowns and one catch. But with Shonn Greene out, Johnson should see more touches in Week 3.
17. Daryl Richardson, STL: While the matchup against Dallas isn't great, Richardson continues to be the leading back in St. Louis and has shown flashes of serious promise.
18. Darren Sproles, NO: With 12 catches already, Sproles is really way more valuable in PPR leagues. But he also got six carries and was the primary back in Week 2, which is good news for his owners.
19. Lamar Miller, MIA: After a horrendous debut, Miller righted the ship in Week 2 with 69 yards on 14 carries and a score to go along with two catches. He will try to continue moving in the right direction this Sunday.
20. Bernard Pierce, BAL: Maybe Ray Rice does play and Pierce isn't the feature back. But Rice's health seems to be a serious concern, and he won't be anywhere near 100 percent. Pierce should put up good numbers against Houston even if Rice plays, and great numbers if he doesn't.