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It's the time of year to get an upside RB flier or two on the back of your bench. Lead backs get hurt, new situations emerge and at some point, every owner in your league will be scrambling to grab the guy from this list who suddenly becomes very relevant.

In one competitive 12 team ppr league, these guys are free agents.

How would you rank them?

David Cobb TEN Will come off Injured Reserve, can he take a bellcow role in a struggling offense by pushing aside underwhelming Sankey, Andrews and McCluster?

Ahmad Bradshaw IND Figures to get more involved as he gets back in the swing of things. Could be flex worthy, even sharing the load with Gore

Andre Ellington ARI Quick, pass threat in a top offense. Held back simply by coach's decision. Many owners kicked him to the curb. If 32yr old CJK gets banged up, Ellington rockets to relevance.

Thomas Rawls SEA Straight handcuff add. Has shown he can give stud points if Lynch can't go.

Marcel Reece OAK Has shown in the past that he can provide starting numbers, a good pass catcher out of the backfield

Tevin Coleman ATL Not much to see here-- unless Freeman gets hurt

Chris Polk HOU PPR bonus, as Texans play from behind

Khiry Robinson NO Part of the regular rotation for the Saints. Sees redzone and goalline carries.

Orleans Darkwa NYG Option #4 for the Giants. Looked good vs Cowboys on Sunday.

CJ Anderson DEN Can the bust of the year rise from the ashes?

Buck Allen BAL Backing up Forsett, a handcuff in a decent offense.

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