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'11 ranks: Mendenhall, Colston on the rise

Updated: October 18, 2011, 2:51 PM ET
By Eric Karabell
Time for the latest edition of the end-of-season rankings, as we pretend the season begins today and we use all the information at our disposal to project forward. Yes, Cam Newton is No. 2 overall in standard scoring. Will he finish there, ahead of Tom Brady? Fred Jackson is tops among running backs. Can he finish as the top non-quarterback? And where do Newton and Jackson rank in the overall top 100?

Please note these are not the Week 7 rankings. Those will be published Wednesday and updated as news warrants Friday. Good luck and enjoy!

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