As long as you keep playing fantasy football, we’ll keep releasing composite rankings lists. For those of you who are new to the site, the composite rankings list is created using the fantasy rankings of experts Michael Fabiano/Adam Rank of NFL.com and Dave Richard/Jamey Eisenberg of CBSSports.com.

We then combine these rankings into five idiot-proof charts. We know that they’re idiot-proof because even I understand how to read them.

Quarterbacks

Player Fabiano Richard Eisenberg Rank Average
1. Matt Ryan (@WAS) 2 2 2 1 1.75
2. Aaron Rodgers (@IND) 1 3 1 3 2
3. Drew Brees (vs. SD) 4 1 4 2 2.75
4. Tom Brady (vs. DEN) 3 4 3 5 3.75
5. Robert Griffin III (vs. ATL) 5 5 8 4 5.5
6. Eli Manning (vs. CLE) 6 6 5 7 6
7. Peyton Manning (@NE) 8 10 7 6 7.75
8. Cam Newton (vs. SEA) 7 7 10 8 8
9. Joe Flacco (@KC) 9 12 6 9 9
10. Andy Dalton (vs. MIA) 12 9 9 10 10
11. Philip Rivers (@NO) 10 8 11 13 10.5
12. Michael Vick (@PIT) 11 13 13 11 12
13. Ben Roethlisberger (vs. PHI) 13 11 12 14 12.5
14. Ryan Fitzpatrick (@SF) 14 14 14 17 14.75
15. Andrew Luck (vs. GB) 16 17 18 12 15.7

For the second straight week, Matt Ryan reigns supreme. The Falcons’ pivot continued his dominant season with a 369-yard, 3 touchdown performance against the Panthers on Sunday.

Cincinnati’s Andy Dalton makes his composite rankings debut, after putting up solid numbers (244-yards, 2 TDs) while leading the surprising Bengals to their third straight win. Dalton and the Bengals take on the Miami Dolphins this week (the third worst passing defense in the NFL), so don’t be surprised if he has another strong game tossing the pigskin deep to the number one ranked WR, A.J. Green.

Running Backs

Player Fabiano Richard Eisenberg Rank Average
1. Arian Foster (@NYJ) 1 1 4 1 1.75
T-2. Ray Rice (@KC) 2 3 1 5 2.75
T-2. Marshawn Lynch (@CAR) 3 4 2 2 2.75
4. Adrian Peterson (vs. TEN) 4 2 3 4 3.25
5. LeSean McCoy (@PIT) 5 5 7 3 5
T-6. Frank Gore (vs. BUF) 10 6 6 10 8
T-6. Jamaal Charles (vs. BAL) 11 7 5 9 8
8. Trent Richardson (@NYG) 7 8 14 7 9
9. Matt Forte (@JAC) 6 14 10 8 9.5
10. Ryan Mathews (@NO) 8 18 9 6 10.25
11. Maurice Jones-Drew 9 12 11 11 10.75
12. Alfred Morris (vs. ATL) 12 9 13 14 12
13. Cedric Benson (@IND) 13 16 12 12 13.25
14. Reggie Bush (@CIN) 14 11 19 13 14.25
15. Michael Turner (@WAS) 15 20 8 15 14.5
16. Stevan Ridley (vs. DEN) 18 10 16 19 15.75
17. Willis McGahee (@NE) 16 17 18 17 17
18. Ahmad Bradshaw (vs. CLE) 20 13 15 21 17.25
19. Darren Sproles (vs. SD) 19 15 20 18 18
20. Chris Johnson (@MIN) 17 19 24 20 2

Tennessee’s Chris Johnson made a miraculous turnaround last week, rushing for 141-yards on 25 carries. Unfortunately, most Johnson owners had already banished him to the bench or abandoned him on the waiver wire and therefore could not enjoy the spoils of his breakout game.

Can we trust a man that has broken our hearts so many times? Was his last game a dread-locked mirage? Can I borrow a feeling?

Wide Receivers

Player Fabiano Richard Eisenberg Rank Average
1. A.J. Green (vs. MIA) 1 2 1 2 1.5
2. Roddy White (@WAS) 2 3 2 1 2
3. Julio Jones (@WAS) 3 4 7 3 4.25
4. Victor Cruz (vs. CLE) 4 1 8 7 5
5. Percy Harvin (vs. TEN) 5 8 11 4 7
6. Andre Johnson (@NYJ) 12 5 3 11 7.75
7. Torrey Smith (@KC) 9 11 6 8 8.5
8. Brandon Marshall (@JAC) 10 6 9 10 8.75
9. Wes Welker (vs. DEN) 8 9 15 6 9.5
10. Dwayne Bowe (vs. BAL) 6 17 14 5 10.5
11. Larry Fitzgerald (@STL) 14 13 4 13 11
T-12. Reggie Wayne (vs. GB) 15 7 12 15 12.25
T-12. Jordy Nelson (@IND) 17 10 5 17 12.25
14. Mike Wallace (vs. PHI) 7 15 19 9 12.5
15. Demaryius Thomas (@NE) 13 12 10 21 14
16. Marques Colston (vs. SD) 16 14 16 18 16
17. Eric Decker (@NE) 24 19 13 12 17
18. Brandon Lloyd (vs. DEN) 22 18 18 22 20
19. DeSean Jackson (@PIT) 25 16 17 27 21.25
20. Antonio Brown (vs. PHI) 19 24 23 20 21.5

He hasn’t made the composite rankings list yet, but fantasy football owners should be keeping an eye on Dolphins’ wide receiver Brian Hartline. Hartline had 12 catches for 253-yards and a touchdown(!!!) in a loss against the Cardinals last week.

I wouldn’t expect another 200-plus yard game from Hartline, but he’s definitely capable of having another productive outing, especially against Cincinnati’s mediocre pass defense (17th in the NFL).

Tight Ends

Player Fabiano Richard Eisenberg Rank Average
1. Rob Gronkowski (vs. Den) 1 1 1 2 1.25
2. Jimmy Graham (vs. SD) 2 2 2 1 1.75
3. Vernon Davis (vs. BUF) 3 5 3 5 4
4. Tony Gonzalez (@WAS) 4 3 4 6 4.25
5. Jermichael Finley (@IND) 5 8 11 4 7
6. Kyle Rudolph (vs. TEN) 7 14 6 3 7.5
7. Martellus Bennett (vs. CLE) 8 4 13 7 8
8. Antonio Gates (@NO) 10 6 10 9 8.75
T-9. Owen Daniels (@NYJ) 9 15 5 11 10
T-9. Dennis Pitta (@KC) 13 7 7 13 10
11. Scott Chandler (@SF) 12 10 9 10 10.25
12. Heath Miller (vs. PHI) 6 13 16 8 10.75
13. Greg Olsen (vs. SEA) 11 9 15 12 11.75
14. Brent Celek (@PIT) 15 11 12 16 13.5
15. Fred Davis (vs. ATL) 17 12 8 18 13.75

Scott Chandler continues to be a good option for fantasy owners looking for a productive tight end. Chandler is averaging almost 44-yards receiving and a touchdown per game, and is widely available in most ESPN (64.3%) and Yahoo (59%) leagues.

Defense/Special Teams

Team Fabiano Richard Eisenberg Rank Average
1. Houston Texans (@NYJ) 1 1 1 2 1.25
2. Chicago Bears (@JAC) 2 2 3 5 3
3. San Francisco 49ers (vs. BUF) 5 3 4 3 3.75
4. Arizona Cardinals (@STL) 4 4 7 1 4
5. Baltimore Ravens (@KC)  3  5  5  4  4.25
6. New York Giants (vs. CLE)  8  6  2  6  5.5
7. Minnesota Vikings (vs. TEN)  6  8  10  7  7.75
8. Green Bay Packers (@IND)  10  7  6  11  8.5
9. Seattle Seahawks (@CAR)  7  10  9  9  8.75
10. Cincinnati Bengals (vs. MIA)  12  9  8  13  10.5

The Houston Texans have only allowed 56 points in four games this year. The New York Jets have only scored 81 points in four games this year (with 48 of those points coming in week one). Jets fans…be very afraid.

You know the drill, come back next week for a new set of rankings.