The rough and tumble NFL North divisions are home to some of the toughest RBs in the league.  They rush in the snow, wind and the rain; and do it all with style and grace. And when style and grace don't work, they run you over.

 

If you can play RB here you can play RB anywhere...but can you be named to the Ultimate NFL RUSH Fantasy Football Team?

 

AFC and NFC North Running Backs

 

Le'Veon Bell – Pittsburgh Steelers

Can L'Veon improve upon his very impressive rookie season? 

2013 Stats: 860 Rushing Yards – 8 TDs – 179 RUSH Fantasy Points

 

Reggie Bush – Detroit Lions

Freakishly fast and has dizzying moves, Reggie can score fantasy points from anywhere on the field.

2013 Stats: 1,006 Rushing Yards – 7 TDs – 185 RUSH Fantasy Points

 

Matt Forte – Chicago Bears

Forte might be the best running back in the league that nobody talks about.  All he does is produce big numbers! 

2013 Stats: 1,339 Rushing Yards – 12 TDs – 263 RUSH Fantasy Points

 

BenJarvus Green-Ellis - Cincinnati Bengals 

Green-Ellis forms a powerful dual with rookie Giovani Bernard but is that enough to be the ultimate fantasy football RB? 

2013 Stats: 756 Rushing Yards – 7 TDs – 115 RUSH Fantasy Points

 

Eddie Lacy – Green Bay Packers

Another AWESOME rookie...should we pick him for his upside?

2013 Stats: 1,178 Rushing Yards – 11 TDs – 207 RUSH Fantasy Points

 

Adrian Peterson – Minnesota Vikings

A fantasy football all-star.  Can Adrian regain the form from his 2,000+ yard season in 2012?

2013 Stats: 1,178 Rushing Yards – 11 TDs – 203 RUSH Fantasy Points

 

Ray Rice – Baltimore Ravens

Another fantasy football great that you have to consider.

2013 Stats: 660 Rushing Yards – 4 TDs – 120 RUSH Fantasy Points

 

Ben Tate – Cleveland Browns *

The Browns signed Tate to be their feature back next season.  

2013 Stats: 771 Rushing Yards – 4 TDs – 111 RUSH Fantasy Points

 

* Played for the Houston Texans in 2013. 

 

Who is the best fantasy RB in the NFL North?