Fantasy Football: Final Sunday/Monday Rankings for QB/RB/WR/TE

Jay ClemonsFantasy Sports Lead WriterDecember 2, 2012

Bills tailback C.J. Spiller (1,162 total yards, 5 TD) has notched 100-plus total yards in each of his last six games.
Bills tailback C.J. Spiller (1,162 total yards, 5 TD) has notched 100-plus total yards in each of his last six games.Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images

Here are four revised Sunday/Monday countdowns for fantasy Week 13 involving quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends (standard-scoring leagues).

Some of the rankings have been modified to support new developments from the NFL's official injury list.

But as stated many times in this blog, I am not one to overreact to a star player listed as "questionable" prior to kickoff.

My rationale: If a guy practiced twice over the three-day period of Wednesday through Friday, I assume he'll play and garner roughly 70 percent of his standard touches, targets or pass attempts.

One last thing: Please consult the NFL Weather Map before settling any lineup dilemmas. 

Top 30 Quarterbacks For Sunday/Monday

1. Peyton Manning vs. Tampa Bay
2. Tom Brady at Miami
3. Robert Griffin III vs. N.Y. Giants
4. Aaron Rodgers vs. Minnesota
5. Tony Romo vs. Philadelphia
6. Cam Newton at Kansas City
7. Matthew Stafford vs. Indianapolis
8. Andy Dalton at San Diego
9. Eli Manning at Washington
10. Matt Schaub at Tennessee
11. Jake Locker vs. Houston
12. Andrew Luck at Detroit
13. Carson Palmer vs. Cleveland
14. Chad Henne at Buffalo
15. Colin Kaepernick at St. Louis
16. Ryan Fitzpatrick vs. Jacksonville
17. Philip Rivers vs. Cincinnati
18. Ryan Tannehill vs. New England
19. Josh Freeman at Denver
20. Joe Flacco vs. Pittsburgh
21. Jay Cutler vs. Seattle
22. Brandon Weeden at Oakland
23. Russell Wilson at Chicago
24. Mark Sanchez vs. Arizona
25. Sam Bradford vs. San Francisco
26. Ryan Lindley at N.Y. Jets
27. Nick Foles at Dallas
28. Christian Ponder at Green Bay
29. Brady Quinn vs. Carolina|
30. Charlie Batch at Baltimore 

Top 40 Running Backs For Sunday/Monday

1. Arian Foster at Tennessee
2. Adrian Peterson at Green Bay
3. C.J. Spiller vs. Jacksonville
4. Jamaal Charles vs. Carolina
5. Ray Rice vs. Pittsburgh
6. Doug Martin at Denver
7. Chris Johnson vs. Houston
8. Trent Richardson at Oakland
9. Mikel Leshoure vs. Indianapolis
10. Frank Gore at St. Louis
11. Stevan Ridley at Miami
12. Alfred Morris vs. N.Y. Giants
13. Bryce Brown at Dallas
14. Marshawn Lynch at Chicago
15. Steven Jackson vs. San Francisco
16. BenJarvus Green-Ellis at San Diego
17. Marcel Reece vs. Cleveland
18. Ahmad Bradshaw at Washington
19. Beanie Wells at N.Y. Jets
20. Matt Forte vs. Seattle
21. Rashad Jennings at Buffalo
22. Reggie Bush vs. New England
23. Ryan Mathews vs. Cincinnati
24. Jonathan Dwyer at Baltimore
25. Knowshon Moreno vs. Tampa Bay
26. DeAngelo Williams at Kansas City
27. DeMarco Murray vs. Philadelphia
28. Shonn Greene vs. Arizona
29. Vick Ballard at Detroit
30. Shane Vereen at Miami
31. Ronnie Hillman vs. Tampa Bay
32. Michael Bush vs. Seattle
33. James Starks vs. Minnesota
34. Daniel Thomas vs. New England
35. Fred Jackson vs. Jacksonville
36. Darren McFadden vs. Clevelan
37. Felix Jones vs. Philadelphia
38. LaRod Stephens-Howling at N.Y. Jets
39. LaMichael James at St. Louis
40. Isaac Redman/Rashard Mendenhall at Baltimore 

Top 50 Receivers For Sunday/Monday

On the injury front, Danny Amendola (foot) shall remain off the board for now.

1. Calvin Johnson vs. Indianapolis
2. Andre Johnson at Tennessee
3. Demaryius Thomas vs. Tampa Bay
4. A.J. Green at San Diego
5. Dez Bryant vs. Philadelphia
6. Wes Welker at Miami
7. Reggie Wayne at Detroit
8. Victor Cruz at Washington
9. Brandon Marshall vs. Seattle
10. Jordy Nelson vs. Minnesota
11. Steve Johnson vs. Jacksonville
12. Eric Decker vs. Tampa Bay
13. Hakeem Nicks at Washington
14. Randall Cobb vs. Minnesota
15. Kenny Britt vs. Houston
16. Cecil Shorts at Buffalo
17. Steve Smith at Kansas City
18. Malcom Floyd vs. Cincinnati
19. Larry Fitzgerald at N.Y. Jets
20. Pierre Garcon vs. N.Y. Giants
20a. Miles Austin vs. Philadelphia
21. T.Y. Hilton at Detroit
22. Vincent Jackson at Denver
23. Torrey Smith vs. Pittsburgh
24. Denarius Moore vs. Cleveland
25. Chris Givens vs. San Francisco
26. Dwayne Bowe vs. Carolina
27. Jeremy Maclin at Dallas
28. Mike Wallace at Baltimore
29. Justin Blackmon at Buffalo
30. Nate Washington vs. Houston
31. Sidney Rice at Chicago
32. Michael Crabtree at St. Louis
33. Danario Alexander vs. Cincinnati
34. Josh Gordon at Oakland
35. Antonio Brown at Baltimore
36. Greg Jennings vs. Minnesota
37. Brandon Lloyd at Miami
37a. Brandon LaFell at Kansas City
38. Jerome Simpson at Green Bay
39. Jeremy Kerley vs. Arizona
40. Anquan Boldin vs. Pittsburgh
41. Mike Williams at Denver
42. Ryan Broyles vs. Indianapolis
43. Davone Bess vs. New England
44. James Jones vs. Minnesota
45. Darrius Heyward-Bey vs. Cleveland
46. Santana Moss vs. N.Y. Giants
47. Brian Hartline vs. New England
48. Jarius Wright at Green Bay
49. Devin Aromashodu at Green Bay
50. Damaris Johnson at Dallas
50a. Brandon Stokley vs. Tampa Bay
50b. Michael Floyd at N.Y. Jets 

Top 30 Tight Ends For Sunday/Monday

1. Jason Witten vs. Philadelphia
2. Aaron Hernandez at Miami
3. Owen Daniels at Tennessee
4. Antonio Gates vs. Cincinnati
5. Greg Olsen at Kansas City
6. Brandon Myers vs. Cleveland
7. Dustin Keller vs. Arizona
8. Vernon Davis at St. Louis
9. Jermaine Gresham at San Diego
10. Jermichael Finley vs. Minnesota
11. Dallas Clark at Denver
12. Heath Miller at Baltimore
13. Kyle Rudolph at Green Bay
14. Brandon Pettigrew vs. Indianapolis
15. Benjamin Watson at Oakland
16. Marcedes Lewis at Buffalo
17. Jacob Tamme vs. Tampa Bay
18. Scott Chandler vs. Jacksonville
19. Dwayne Allen at Detroit
20. Garrett Graham at Tennessee
21. Jared Cook vs. Houston
22. Brent Celek at Dallas
23. Martellus Bennett at Washington
24. Charles Clay vs. New England
25. Dennis Pitta vs. Pittsburgh
26. Joel Dreessen vs. Tampa Bay
27. Logan Paulsen vs. N.Y. Giants
28. Tony Moeaki vs. Carolina
29. Zach Miller at Chicago
30. Delanie Walker at St. Louis 

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