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FANTASY FOOTBALL: Dalvin Cook, Zeke Elliott, Nick Chubb headline the Top 60 PPR tailbacks for Week 12


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In his last five games, dating back to Week 2, Browns tailback Nick Chubb has tallied four 100-yard rushing outings and five touchdowns.


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  1. Dalvin Cook, Vikings
  2. Nick Chubb, Browns
  3. Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys
  4. Alvin Kamara, Saints
  5. Derrick Henry, Titans
  6. Duke Johnson, Texans
  7. Miles Sanders, Eagles
  8. Todd Gurley, Falcons
  9. Mike Davis, Panthers
  10. Antonio Gibson, Washington Football Team
  11. Salvon Ahmed, Dolphins
  12. Kenyan Drake, Cardinals
  13. Josh Jacobs, Raiders
  14. J.D. McKissic, Washington Football Team
  15. James Robinson, Jaguars
  16. Aaron Jones, Packers
  17. James Conner, Steelers
  18. Kalen Ballage, Chargers
  19. David Montgomery, Bears
  20. Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Chiefs
  21. Nyheim Hines, Colts
  22. Giovani Bernard, Bengals
  23. Chris Carson, Seahawks
  24. Melvin Gordon, Broncos
  25. Raheem Mostert, 49ers
  26. Ronald Jones, Buccaneers
  27. Adrian Peterson, Lions
  28. James White, Patriots
  29. Zack Moss, Bills
  30. Malcolm Brown, Rams
  31. Kareem Hunt, Browns
  32. Frank Gore, Jets
  33. Chase Edmonds, Cardinals
  34. Latavius Murray, Saints
  35. Jonathan Taylor, Colts
  36. Gus Edwards, Ravens (ranking may change based on Dobbins/Ingram)
  37. Jamaal Williams, Packers
  38. Wayne Gallman, Giants
  39. Darrell Henderson, Rams
  40. Damien Harris, Patriots
  41. Le’Veon Bell, Chiefs
  42. Brian Hill, Falcons
  43. Leonard Fournette, Buccaneers
  44. Tony Pollard, Cowboys
  45. Alexander Mattison, Vikings
  46. Philip Lindsay, Broncos
  47. Jerick McKinnon, 49ers
  48. Devontae Booker, Raiders
  49. Kerryon Johnson, Lions
  50. Jeff Wilson Jr., 49ers
  51. Carlos Hyde, Seahawks
  52. Ty Johnson, Jets
  53. Myles Gaskin, Dolphins
  54. Jordan Wilkins, Colts
  55. Devin Singletary, Bills
  56. Travis Homer, Seahawks
  57. Joshua Kelley, Chargers
  58. Boston Scott, Eagles
  59. Cordarrelle Patterson, Bears
  60. Benny Snell Jr., Steelers
  61. Samaje Perine, Bengals
  62. DeeJay Dallas, Seahawks
  63. Dion Lewis, Giants
  64. Mike Boone, Vikings
  65. Ryan Nall, Bears

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Jay Clemons remains the only sports writer on the planet to capture Cynposis Media’s national award for Sports Blog Of The Year (beating out,,, The Players’ Tribune in 2015), along with the Fantasy Sports Writers Association’s pre-eminent award for Best Writer (2008). Through the years, Mr. Clemons has been a key figure with numerous blue-chip sports/media brands, namely the Detroit Lions, Sports Illustrated, FOX Sports, Bleacher Report and the NBC/Universal family. With Sports Illustrated (2006-11), Clemons served a triple role with‘s heralded football coverage—editing Peter King’s famed ‘Monday Morning Quarterback’ column, penning award-winning pieces for NFL and then writing/narrating scripted videos within the NFL and baseball realms. In 2013, Clemons’ first year with the company, FOX Sports South enjoyed a monumental increase of approximately 34 million Web hits in a 12-month cycle—merely posting 11 million hits the previous year. 

Then, over a two-month span in 2014, FOX Sports South amassed 19.5 million Web hits—a 60-day record for any FOX affiliate. And in 2015, Clemons claimed the aforementioned Cynopsis Media award on FOX Sports’ behalf, the company’s only national writing award during that period. Clemons, a graduate of Michigan State University  and Wayne State University, has been an on-camera Web-TV host for Sports Illustrated, Bleacher Report and FOX Sports. In 2015, he also became the first-ever sports journalism professor at Kennesaw State University in suburban Atlanta.

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