For PPR rankings, not much changes. You could bump up James White a couple slots, for example, but it's hard to think of anyone else who makes a significant move.
For postseason rankings for the upcoming week, check out Jeff Erickson's Weekly Rankings.
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I ranked the Patriots players as having the most projected games because the AFC is the weaker conference, i.e., while the Panthers, Cardinals and Seahawks might be the league's three best teams, they have to contend with one another. I ranked the Seahawks No. 2 because they have a chance to play four games, and though they have to travel, they're dangerous to the NFC's bye-week teams. The Steelers are the other Wild Card week team with Super Bowl upside, but their defense makes them vulnerable at Cincinnati in the first round, especially if Andy Dalton plays.
But my Pats preference is by a small margin, and if you preferred to bankroll the Seahawks, Panthers, Cardinals, Broncos or even Steelers, I wouldn't try to talk you out of it.
The running backs were the hardest to rank, especially with DeAngelo Williams' injury and Marshawn Lynch's and Jonathan Stewart's uncertain statuses. If Williams is out, bump up Fitzgerald Toussaint and Jordan Todman significantly.