After a rough outing last week, Drew Brees is poised to light up the stat sheet against the Bucs in a Week 14 shootout (AP Photo/Brian Blanco)

The Week 14 rankings are here. If you have to decide between two players at a certain position, take the one that’s ranked higher — obvious, but worth mentioning. If your player doesn’t appear on this list, then he’s probably not reliable enough to start with confidence, at which point you’re simply rolling the dice. So try to stick to the players listed below. (Note, these rankings are based on PPR leagues)

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1. IND Andrew Luck
2. GB Aaron Rodgers
3. NO Drew Brees
4. TB Jameis Winston
5. WAS Kirk Cousins
6. NE Tom Brady
7. DET Matthew Stafford
8. SEA Russell Wilson
9. SF Colin Kaepernick
10. CAR Cam Newton
11. CIN Andy Dalton
12. SD Philip Rivers
13. OAK Derek Carr
14. DAL Dak Prescott
15. ATL Matt Ryan

1. PIT LeVeon Bell
2. ARI David Johnson
3. DAL Ezekiel Elliott
4. SD Melvin Gordon
5. TEN DeMarco Murray
6. OAK Latavius Murray
7. CHI Jordan Howard
8. KC Spencer Ware
9. BUF LeSean McCoy
10. CIN Jeremy Hill
11. MIA Jay Ajayi
12. NYJ Matt Forte
13. ATL Devonta Freeman
14. IND Frank Gore
15. DET Theo Riddick
16. LA Todd Gurley
17. WAS Robert Kelley
18. NE LeGarrette Blount
19. CLE Isaiah Crowell
20. SF Carlos Hyde
21. CAR Jonathan Stewart
22. HOU Lamar Miller
23. NYG Rashad Jennings
24. MIN Matt Asiata
25. NE Dion Lewis

1. TB Mike Evans
2. PIT Antonio Brown
3. IND T.Y. Hilton
4. NYG Odell Beckham Jr.
5. ATL Julio Jones
6. SEA Doug Baldwin
7. GB Jordy Nelson
8. SD Tyrell Williams
9. NE Julian Edelman
10. OAK Amari Cooper
11. DAL Dez Bryant
12. ARI Larry Fitzgerald
13. NO Brandin Cooks
14. GB Davante Adams
15. WAS Jamison Crowder
16. DEN Emmanuel Sanders
17. DEN Demaryius Thomas
18. NO Michael Thomas
19. NE Malcolm Mitchell
20. IND Donte Moncrief
21. OAK Michael Crabtree
22. CLE Terrelle Pryor
23. PHI Jordan Matthews
24. MIA Jarvis Landry
25. DAL Cole Beasley
26. WAS DeSean Jackson
27. HOU DeAndre Hopkins
28. DET Golden Tate
29. LA Kenny Britt
30. BAL Steve Smith Sr.
31. WAS Pierre Garcon
32. JAC Allen Robinson
33. BUF Sammy Watkins
34. NYJ Brandon Marshall
35. MIN Stefon Diggs


1. WAS Jordan Reed (check status)
2. SEA Jimmy Graham
3. KC Travis Kelce
4. CAR Greg Olsen
5. CIN Tyler Eifert
6. WAS Vernon Davis (only if Reed is OUT)
7. NE Martellus Bennett
8. DET Eric Ebron
9. TB Cameron Brate
10. BAL Dennis Pitta
11. MIN Kyle Rudolph
12. HOU C.J. Fiedorowicz
13. TEN Delanie Walker
14. PIT Ladarius Green
15. SF Vance McDonald
16. DAL Jason Witten


1. Minnesota
2. Cincinnati
3. Denver
4. Atlanta
5. Detroit
6. Arizona
7. Miami
8. Washington
9. Indianapolis
10. Kansas City


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