Nfl Tickets - Fantasy: Top 10 Re-rank

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Here is how I would rank the Top 10 most valuable players in fantasy football after Week 4:

1. Adrian Peterson, Running Back, Minnesota Vikings: Peterson looks like the best back in the league this season and should only get more running room with the arrival of Randy Moss. Peterson has very little competition for carries and has proven that he can run through just about anything defenses will throw at him. If you've ever seen this guy play, then you know why he sells so many NFL tickets.

2. Chris Johnson, Running Back, Tennessee Titans: Johnson has had two spectacular weeks and two legitimately bad weeks. Still, you can't give up on him by any means. The Titans might work him into the ground this season, but that will have more of an effect on his 2011 value.

3. Maurice Jones-Drew, Running Back, Jacksonville Jaguars: Pocket Hercules saved himself a drop in my rankings with his performance against the Colts. The Colts don't have the best run defense, but that's just the point; if MoJo didn't run through them it would have been a big red flag. Plus Jones-Drew is usually a late-season stud in fantasy, so keep that in mind.

4. Frank Gore, Running Back, San Francisco 49ers: Gore has been a monster despite his team's woes. Even when he struggles to run the ball, he finds a way to make a major impact in the receiving game. He's been a stud and the touchdowns could be on their way.

5. Rashard Mendenhall, Running Back, Pittsburgh Steelers: Mendenhall has been facing eight-man fronts on a regular basis so far this season and should see a significant increase in running room with Ben Roethlisberger back under center. His carries may go down a bit, but he should see his already solid YPC increase.

6. Arian Foster, Running Back, Houston Texans: Foster has been the best player in fantasy football through four weeks of the season. He'll continue to slowly climb into the top half of this list with every convincing performance.

7. Peyton Manning, Quarterback, Indianapolis Colts: Manning has looked phenomenal this season and could be in for his best fantasy campaign since he broke Dan Marino's passing touchdown record. He looks destined to put up monster yardage numbers on a weekly basis and has not made many mistakes in 2010.

8. Aaron Rodgers, Quarterback, Green Bay Packers: Rodgers has been really good, and he could be even better in the coming weeks. He was taken in the Top 5 of some fantasy drafts this season and could potentially live up to that hype.

9. Ray Rice, Running Back, Baltimore Ravens: Rice has struggled mightily this season, but his matchups have been tough and he hurt his knee. The knee seems to be healing up, so he could be in for some bounce-back games, but for now he's worthy of this rank.

10. Reggie Wayne, Wide Receiver, Indianapolis Colts: Wayne is one of the most reliable receivers in the game and 2010 has been a year in which we haven't seen a ton of reliability from the wide receiver position. Austin Collie threatens to take catches away, but for now there have been plenty to go around.
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