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Minnesota Vikings

FanDuel Triple Play


Davonte Adams vsNO - $6,900 – Adams was peppered with 10 targets and caught a TD from Brett Hundley in week 6. The peppering will continue to be hot against the Saints defense which is giving up the 6th most points to WRs.

Jimmy Graham @NYG - $5,800 - The Giants are giving up the most points to TE’s this season. Sitting at the top of list in allowing 14.2 FF to the position that has the best basketball players. Graham is a slam dunk this week.

Minnesota Vikings vsBAL - $4,700 – The Vikings are at home hosting the Baltimore Ravens. Let me break this one down a bit further. The Baltimore Ravens are playing at the Minnesota Vikings this week and the Vikings DST only cost $4,700. PLAY THE VIKINGS DST!


10/17/17, 08:38 PM CDT by Pete Z

Source: www.pyromaniac.com


Davante Adams

Green Bay Packers

FanDuel Triple Play


Davonte Adams vsNO - $6,900 – Adams was peppered with 10 targets and caught a TD from Brett Hundley in week 6. The peppering will continue to be hot against the Saints defense which is giving up the 6th most points to WRs.

Jimmy Graham @NYG - $5,800 - The Giants are giving up the most points to TE’s this season. Sitting at the top of list in allowing 14.2 FF to the position that has the best basketball players. Graham is a slam dunk this week.

Minnesota Vikings vsBAL - $4,700 – The Vikings are at home hosting the Baltimore Ravens. Let me break this one down a bit further. The Baltimore Ravens are playing at the Minnesota Vikings this week and the Vikings DST only cost $4,700. PLAY THE VIKINGS DST!


10/17/17, 08:37 PM CDT by Pete Z

Source: www.pyromaniac.com


Jimmy Graham

Seattle Seahawks

FanDuel Triple Play


Davonte Adams vsNO - $6,900 – Adams was peppered with 10 targets and caught a TD from Brett Hundley in week 6. The peppering will continue to be hot against the Saints defense which is giving up the 6th most points to WRs.

Jimmy Graham @NYG - $5,800 - The Giants are giving up the most points to TE’s this season. Sitting at the top of list in allowing 14.2 FF to the position that has the best basketball players. Graham is a slam dunk this week.

Minnesota Vikings vsBAL - $4,700 – The Vikings are at home hosting the Baltimore Ravens. Let me break this one down a bit further. The Baltimore Ravens are playing at the Minnesota Vikings this week and the Vikings DST only cost $4,700. PLAY THE VIKINGS DST!


10/17/17, 08:34 PM CDT by Pete Z

Source: www.pyromaniac.com


Derrick Henry

Tennessee Titans

Titans in the Backfield


Mike Mularkey said the run game split on MNF (near 50-50 for DeMarco Murray-Derrick Henry) was a good model. He also added that Henry is the go-to RB in the 4th quarter.

Fantasy Goo: I believe this is the target, but we will see this vary from week-to-week. If Murray is healthy or fired-up, like he may be after his coaches’ comments, he will be the guy to start. As the season whines down so will Murray, buy Henry for your playoff run, he’s more than just a handcuff.


10/17/17, 08:03 PM CDT by Wheeler

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DeMarco Murray

Tennessee Titans

Titans in the Backfield


Mike Mularkey said the run game split on MNF (near 50-50 for DeMarco Murray-Derrick Henry) was a good model. He also added that Henry is the go-to RB in the 4th quarter.

Fantasy Goo: I believe this is the target, but we will see this vary from week-to-week. If Murray is healthy or fired-up, like he may be after his coaches’ comments, he will be the guy to start. As the season whines down so will Murray, buy Henry for your playoff run, he’s more than just a handcuff.


10/17/17, 08:03 PM CDT by Wheeler

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Marlon Mack

Indianapolis Colts

Turbin Done for Season


Colts HC Chuck Pagano expects RB Robert Turbin to miss rest of season with arm injury he suffered Monday night. Turbin has averaged 6+ touches per game over the past four weeks.

Fantasy Goo: This might seem insignificant, but I expect Marlon Mack will pick-up all of those touches. An extra 6 touches from Mack could mean a major boost in production. Grab him if you can, he’ll be explosive when Luck comes back.


10/17/17, 07:49 PM CDT by Wheeler

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Ezekiel Elliott

Dallas Cowboys

Two More Weeks of Zeke


Ezekiel Elliott has been granted another temporary restraining order by the Southern District of New York, and will be allowed to play Week 7. The restraining order, is for 14 days. So it appears Elliott will also be good for Week 8.

Fantasy Goo: Hold off on all the Morris/McFadden love for a couple more weeks. If you have them you’re probably holding if you’re a contender, but I’d sell high to the Zeke owner if you can. This is gearing up for Zeke to be out during the fantasy playoffs.


10/17/17, 07:47 PM CDT by Wheeler

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Kenny Golladay

Detroit Lions

Golladay. Celebrate


If we picked up Golladay
Take some time to celebrate
Just one day out of life
It would be, it would be so nice
Everybody spread the word
We’re gonna have a celebration

Every season there is that player that propels a team to the fantasy promise land. Kenny Golladay possesses that high upside potential down the stretch that can be invaluable. Golladay last played in week 3 before suffering a hamstring injury, and Matthew Stafford has missed his 213lb 6’4 receiver. After throwing for 7TDs in the first 3 weeks; Stafford has only thrown for 2TDs before exploding in week 6 against the Saints with 3 tosses. This was a result of the game being out of hand and being forced to throw 52 times. Golden Tate was injured in this game and word is he will be out a few weeks. The Lions are on a bye in week 7, which gives Tate a free week to rest, but more importantly gives Golladay a free week to get ready to explode on the scene once again at home in week 8 against the Steelers. Tate and Marvin Jones Jr are what they are at this point. Golladay gives Stafford the kind of big threat target that he has lacked since the Decepticon leader himself MEGATRON retired. You can’t teach height and talent, and that is a gunslingers favorite type of weapon to use.


10/17/17, 07:24 PM CDT by Pete Z

Source: www.pyromaniac.com


George Kittle

San Francisco 49ers

Waiver Wire Target


Kittle had a very average game this week catching four passes for 46 yards, but there could be some good news that came out of this game for him. C.J. Beathard has been named the starter for the rest of the season, and that was Kittle’s college quarterback, so you know there is immediate chemistry there that could pay nice dividends in the coming weeks


10/16/17, 05:36 PM CDT by Houdini

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Alex Collins

Baltimore Ravens

Waiver Wire Target


Collins got the majority of the carries for the Ravens this week with 15 of them for 74 yards. He looks like he will be in a time share with Javorious Allen, but this was the first time we saw him take the majority of the carries, making him more interesting going forward.


10/16/17, 05:35 PM CDT by Houdini

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Austin Hooper

Atlanta Falcons

Waiver Wire Target


Without Sanu the Falcons leaned a lot more on Hooper, who finished with seven receptions for 48 yards. He is becoming a bigger part of the Falcons offense, and he has big play potential that makes him a worthy add.


10/16/17, 05:34 PM CDT by Houdini

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Ted Ginn Jr

New Orleans Saints

Waiver Wire Target


Ginn is the deep threat receiver for Drew Brees and they connected on a 20-yard score this week. Ginn finished with four receptions for 66 yards including that score. The Saints offense is lacking the big play and Ginn can provide the pop in the passing game.


10/16/17, 05:26 PM CDT by Houdini

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Samaje Perine

Washington Redskins

Waiver Wire Target


Perine finally found the endzone this week, but his final stat line was not that pretty with nine carries for just 23 yards and three receptions for 24 yards and a touchdown. Samaje has lacked the big play, which has limited him in fantasy.


10/16/17, 05:25 PM CDT by Houdini

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D'Onta Foreman

Houston Texans

Waiver Wire Target


Foreman got his customary 12 carries and this week gained 59 yards, but was once again held without a touchdown. He is getting a consistent workload, but he is not busting the big play to make him a worthy fantasy start.


10/16/17, 05:23 PM CDT by Houdini

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Mike Wallace

Baltimore Ravens

Waiver Wire Target


After a stellar week Wallace came back down to earth, catching three passes for 30 yards. Wallace is a boom or bust.


10/16/17, 05:23 PM CDT by Houdini

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Kendall Wright

Chicago Bears

Waiver Wire Target


Wright was basically invisible this game with two catches for 36 yards, and did not make a catch until the third quarter. There is too much inconsistency in the Bears passing offense.


10/16/17, 05:22 PM CDT by Houdini

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Adam Humphries

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Waiver Wire Target


Humphries continued to be a decent part of the passing game, catching six passes for 51 yards this week. He was able to do this with Ryan Fitzpatrick having to come in for Winston, so it shows that Humphries is a regular part of their offense.


10/16/17, 05:21 PM CDT by Houdini

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C.J. Beathard

San Francisco 49ers

Waiver Wire Target


Beathard came in relief of Brian Hoyer, who was horrible, and finished with 245 passing yards with one touchdown and one interception. Kyle Shanahan has named Beathard the starting quarterback the rest of the season. He is only worth adding in deeper leagues, but he should also give you some yards on the ground.


10/16/17, 05:20 PM CDT by Houdini

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Nelson Agholor

Philadelphia Eagles

Waiver Wire Target


Agholor was scooped up in a lot of leagues last week, and he stayed hot this week catching four passes for 55 yards with another touchdown. Nelson has become a favorite target of Carson Wentz, and he is getting favorable matchups with Jeffery and Ertz drawing most of the defensive attention.


10/16/17, 05:19 PM CDT by Houdini

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Darren McFadden

Dallas Cowboys

Waiver Wire Target


Morris may already be taken in your league, but he will be sharing time with McFadden while Zeke sits on the sidelines. If you are in a deep league and need a flier, here he is.


10/16/17, 05:18 PM CDT by Houdini

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Orleans Darkwa

New York Giants

Waiver Wire Target


Darkwa is the Giant running back that has emerged as the lead back for the team. He torched the Broncos defense for 117 yards on 21 carries and caught one pass for 13 yards. He showed some nice burst and that will likely get him another big workload in their next game.


10/16/17, 05:14 PM CDT by Houdini

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Week 3 - RB Player Rankings

Week 3 - RB Player Rankings

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1.           Adrian Peterson (vs Det) – Good lord!  In eight career games versus the Lions (tied for his most against any team), Purple Jesus has put up seven TDs while averaging 101.8 yards per game on 5.4 yards/carry.  For PPR leaguers, he also has the most receptions versus in his career against them with 20.  Seeing that he already dominates at home putting up 30 TDs in 31 games along with 106.7 yards/game on 5.1 yards/carry, AP28 is pretty much a no-brainer here.  Besides that, I expect the Vikings to run quite a bit anyway in order to keep the ball out of Matty Stafford’s hands.

 

2.           Maurice Jones-Drew (@ Car) – With Coach Jack Del Rio opting to go with rookie QB Blaine Gabbert this week, you can almost guarantee the Jaguars will have at least 35 carries by the end of the game, with MJD snagging around 25 of them.  If that is the case, then I expect a decimated Carolina front seven who already allow a 4.8 YPC on the year to give up at least 125 yards and likely a TD or so to the Wrecking Ball this Sunday.  Book it.

 

3.           Ray Rice (@ StL) – The Rams have allowed the most rushing yards in the league thus far in 2011, though the numbers are slightly inflated due to a Week One matchup with Michael Vick and the Eagles.  Rice has been a beast for fantasy owners through the first couple weeks of the year and seeing that he plays really well indoors (averages 148 total yards and one TD in games he has started), there’s no reason to believe the onslaught won’t continue.

 

4.           LeSean McCoy (vs NYG) – This isn’t the greatest matchup for McCoy due to the Giants (sometimes) stifling front seven, but there still are positives for McCoy fantasy owners to take into the week.  First of all, in two games against New York last season, McCoy averaged 87.5 yards rushing (108.5 total yards) on 7.3 yards per carry.  Second, LeSean seems to be in a nice groove so far this season putting up the most fantasy points for running backs through two weeks of action.  If Vick is slowed at all by that (very) minor concussion he suffered last week, the Eagles may lean on McCoy just a little bit more in this one.

 

5.           Rashard Mendenhall (@ Ind) – The Colts rush D has been pretty bad thus far allowing the most rushing TDs (4) and the fourth-most rushing yards per game (136.5).  Pittsburgh will certainly take advantage of this and get the ball in Mendenhall’s hands at least 20-25 times this Sunday.  If you’re hoping for a cherry on top, look no further as Mendenhall has scored a touchdown in every indoor game he’s ever played in, so I expect at least one of those as well.

 

6.           Michael Turner (@ TB) – Michael “Not so much a burner anymore” Turner started off the season with two straight 100-yard games and should be able to continue the streak this Sunday.  Tampa was the fifth-worst defense last season allowing 131.7 yards/game (on a second-worst 4.7 YPC) and hasn’t gotten any better allowing the second-most yards/game (156.0) so far in 2011.  The Centaur put up 97.5 rushing yards/game and three TDs in the two games he faced the Bucs last season, so I feel confident some RB1 numbers will be coming against this weekend.

 

7.           Matt Forte (vs GB) – Matt Forte is currently second in the league in total yards from scrimmage with 324 yards (Steve Smith, Car – 334) and if he keeps up this pace, he’ll break Chris Johnson’s record of 2,509 by 83 yards.  Pretty outstanding stuff.  Actually, Matt is also ninth in the league in receiving yards at this point with 207.  Also pretty amazing.  The Packers had bottled Matty up pretty well over his career up until the last game of the 2010 season and then in the playoffs where Forte averaged 155.5 total yards during those two games.  The Bears will look to Forte once again this Sunday in an effort to keep the ball away from the Packers offense, so I expect some good total yardage once again from him.

 

8.           Chris Johnson (vs Den) – CJ2K has been an extreme disappointment for fantasy owners so far this season, but I believe that changes this Sunday.  Denver’s rush D hasn’t been able to stop anybody since 2006, and with the Titans passing offense suddenly becoming a formidable force, the Broncos can’t just put eight in the box against him.  If Johnson is going to bust out at all this year, this Sunday will be the day he’ll do it.

 

9.           Darren McFadden (vs NYJ) – The Jets are once again pretty stingy against the run this season, but McFadden won’t care.  He’s on a mission to show the world he’s one of the top three RBs in the league and nobody is going to stop him.  Right now he’s second in the NFL in rushing yards with 222 and third in fantasy points with 21.0 per game.  If the Jets try to stop the run, he’ll do it through the air and vice versa.  Don’t worry about Run DMC this weekend.

 

10.       Ryan Mathews (vs KC) – Being just a sophomore, Mathews doesn’t have an extensive sample set of games to look at just yet, but he has faced Kansas City twice and done well against them both times.  San Diego should be able to go up early in this one and win the game with ease, so the likely scenario will be for the coaching staff to get the youngster a little more game-experience on Sunday while they have a chance and let him show them what he can do.  Expect high-end RB2 numbers with nice upside.

 

11.       Beanie Wells (@ Sea) – The Seahawks defense isn’t as bad as it looks, but that shouldn’t stop Beanie from getting another opportunity to shine.  Seattle has allowed just a 3.1 YPC through two weeks of the season but they’ve also allowed three rushing TDs as well.  The youngster looks determined to put last year’s debacle behind him, and I’m thinking the Cardinals give him at least the first half of the game to do it.

 

12.       Peyton Hillis (vs Mia) – Hillis hasn’t been overwhelmingly awesome by any means yet, but he still carries a load and is still in the top-10 in fantasy points thus far.  Miami held the big guy down pretty well last year, but that game was toward the end of the season when Peyton was tiring out.  That’s not the case this year.  I expect Hillis to get another 25-30 touches in this one which will mean solid fantasy production yet again.

 

13.       Ben Tate (@ NO) – It looks as if the Texans are going to play it safe and hold Arian Foster out again this week, so those of you with Ben Tate on your squad, get him in there as a RB2 this Sunday.  The Saints have been good against the run so far, but it looks as if Tate isn’t just a workhorse back – he can actually catch the ball out of the backfield as well.  I mention this because it will serve as a nice plus on Sunday considering that New Orleans has given up the third-most receiving yards to running backs this season.  High scoring games mean high scoring in fantasy.  That’s what I expect in this one.

 

14.       LeGarrette Blount (vs Atl) – Blount finally got his game going in the second half of last game after fantasy owners were beginning to crap their pants through the Bucs first six quarters.  He’s definitely a beast once you get him rolling, and I expect Tampa to do just that again this Sunday against the Falcons.  In the game at home against them last year, Blount had 103 yards on 20 carries with a TD, numbers that wouldn’t shock me to see again this weekend.

 

15.       Frank Gore (@ Cin) – Cincinnati is in the middle of the pack against the run yet again this year, so Gore should be able to get his game going this weekend.  With Braylon Edwards likely out, Frank the Tank might see an increased workload both in carries and catches out of the backfield, so he’ll at least have a shot to improve on his mediocre numbers.  That said, Cinci has no reason not to stack the box against him, so temper your expectations to somewhere in the mid-RB2 range.

 

16.       Jahvid Best (@ Min) – Best is finding way to make a difference in this offense while Stafford is lighting up the fantasy world, so keep playing him until he shows differently.  It’s tough to judge anything on last year’s games seeing that Best was fighting turf toe all season and Stafford wasn’t even playing, so I’ll have to go on what I know.  What I know is that Jahvid has jaw-dropping speed and quickness and that those traits can go a long way playing indoors.  I’m betting on the Vikings over-pursuing the QB once or twice this game and Matty dropping it off to Best for a couple of long gainers.  Watch for it.

 

17.       Ahmad Bradshaw (@ Phi) – The Eagles can be beat on the ground as they’ve surrenders the third most rushing yards per game this season (146.0) on a whopping 5.3 YPC.  Last year Bradshaw was the one the Giants gave the ball to against Philly after trying Jacobs a bit with no success.  They’ll need Bradshaw’s speed out there again this Sunday, though I’m tempering my expectations a bit with the possibility the game turns into a slugfest.

 

18.       James Starks (@ Chi) – Starks is the man in this offense, and everyone knows it.  I guarantee you even Ryan Grant knows it.  The question is, how soon will it be before the Packers give him the ball 20 times and let him do his stuff?  Probably not this weekend, but he DID get 22 carries against the Bears last year in the playoffs which he turned into 74 yards and a TD.  Grant has simply gotten too slow to be effective against this speedy Chicago D, so I can see Starks taking on a larger role this weekend and possibly put up some nice fantasy points with the well-earned time.

 

19.       BenJarvus Green-Ellis (@ Buf) – It’s not often the Law Firm sees more than just his normal goal-line/short-yardage work in a game, especially with the Patriots passing offense running so smoothly.  However, last season Green-Ellis got 35 carries in the two games against the Bills with which he rattled off 202 yards and a touchdown.  You never know what Emperor Belichick has up his sleeve, and with the Bills seeing what Brady is doing to teams this year, they’ll likely play the pass a bit more than normal which could pay into BJGE’s hands.  Even if New England does end up passing all over the place, I can still almost guarantee a touchdown out of BenJarvus this Sunday.

 

20.       Mike Tolbert (vs KC) – Tolbert is a fine back in this offense, that’s for sure, but the Chargers may not need him so much in this one.  Ryan Mathews seems to be turning the corner in his play as of late and with Tolbert still nursing a bit of a knee injury (along with a slight case of fumble-itis), he may not get much of a workload.  That said, he’s the goal-line/short-yardage back, so against a Chiefs defense that has surrendered three rushing TDs and 126 yards a game thus far, he still has low-end RB2 value.

 

21.       Shonn Greene (@ Oak) – Alright, this is the last straw for Mr. Greene.  Either he puts up a real nice game against a Raiders rush defense that has allowed an unfathomable 6.7 YPC this season, or I’m officially calling the kid a bust.  Take your chances with him as your RB2 one last time and hope for the best.

 

22.       Fred Jackson (vs NE) – Freddy has been outstanding this season, much better than anyone outside of Buffalo had anticipated.  He’s currently fifth in the league in fantasy points (standard scoring) and has the most rushing yards in the entire league with 229.  Still, I’m not expecting much against the Patriots as his touches will likely be limited due to situational playing time.  If Buffalo goes into passing mode, which they will likely have to, C.J. Spiller will see a fair amount of time in the backfield.

 

23.       Tim Hightower (@ Dal) – Dallas has been crushing opponents trying to run against them, holding teams to just 59.5 yards and one rushing TD on the ground through the first two weeks of action.  Hightower has been a horse so far carrying the ball 45 times in two games (second most in the league – Ben Tate, 47), but I can’t see him getting much more than 15 totes in this one after the coaching staff sees him get stuffed every other time he touches the ball.

 

24.       Willis McGahee (@ Ten) – It seems that even if Knowshon Moreno comes back to play this weekend (it’s looking like he will), McGahee will still handle the bulk of the workload against the Titans.  Not that I see him doing too much with it, seeing how his YPC continues to drop each year and how the Titans have held ball-carriers to just 3.3 yards per carry and one rushing TD on the season.

 

25.       DeAngelo Williams (vs Jax) – DeAngelo has been a major disappointment for both fantasy owners and Panthers fans alike this season, but he’s got to come alive at some point, right?  He still has the talent to be a top back in the league, so my guess is that it’s just a matter of time.  It doesn’t help, of course, that teams are putting eight in the box against rookie QB Cam Newton, but that should soften up soon enough.  The Jaguars front seven have actually been really tight so far this year after ending up in the bottom third of the league in 2010, so it might not happen this week.

 

26.       Cedric Benson (vs SF) – I’ll say this until the cows come home… I can’t stand Cedric Benson.  Being from Chicago, I’m sure you understand, but I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one who feels this way about him right now.  After going off for 121 yards and a TD against the Browns in Week One, Benson pulled off a real stinker against one of the worst rush D’s in the league last week in Denver.  Basically, the guy can’t be trusted, both in real life and in fantasy.  Regardless, Ceddy is going up against the top rush D in the league this weekend, a 49ers squad that has allowed just 2.5 YPC, 54.5 yards/game, a long run of only 13 yards and zero touchdowns.  Now watch, CedBen will go off again and screw us all over.

 

27.       Brandon Jacobs (@ Phi) – I like the way Jacobs was running last Monday night against the Rams and I think the Giants are about to get him more involved in the offense going forward.  Maybe not so much this weekend against the Eagles as they’ll need Bradshaw’s speed and versatility out of the backfield more than Jacobs’ power, but soon.  However, if things go the Giants way from the get-go, they may try to stuff the Juggernaut down their throat.

 

28.       Mark Ingram (vs Hou) – Ingram will eventually get more carries and a few touchdowns in this offense, but it might not be this week with another shootout possibly at hand.  If the Saints go up early, Ingram will certainly be used to eat the clock and drive the team down the field, but I’m seeing more of a three-way split between him, Pierre Thomas and Darren Sproles again this weekend.

 

29.       Daniel Thomas (@ Cle) – So there is the big-time rookie RB Miami was looking for all preseason long.  Granted, Thomas got some extra carries against the Texans due to Reggie Bush coming up lame with a slight groin injury (shocker, another Bush injury!), but he definitely looked real good with the gift.  If Bush is ready to go this Sunday, which it looks like he will be, then the Dolphins will throw out a 50-50 timeshare, thus limiting the fantasy potential of both backs.

 

30.       Felix Jones (vs Was) – Felix is banged up and was thought to probably miss some time with a dislocated shoulder, but it looks like he’ll suit up this weekend against the Redskins.  I don’t expect more than maybe 15 touches for him, though; as he’ll share time with both DeMarco Murray and Tashard Choice, so play him only if you absolutely have to.

 

 

Rounding out the rest of the Top-50 RBs...

 

31.       Steven Jackson (vs Bal) – If Healthy, he should jump up a few slots

 

32.       Jonathan Stewart (vs Jax)

 

33.       Reggie Bush (@ Cle)

 

34.       Danny Woodhead (@ Buf)

 

35.       Darren Sproles (vs Hou)

 

36.       Thomas Jones (@ SD)

 

37.       Marshawn Lynch (vs Ari)

 

38.       Joseph Addai (vs Pit)

 

39.       Knowshon Moreno (@ Ten)

 

40.       Ryan Grant (@ Chi)

 

41.       Michael Bush (vs NYJ)

 

42.       Pierre Thomas (vs Hou)

 

43.       C.J. Spiller (vs NE)

 

44.       Delone Carter (vs Pit)

 

45.       LaDainian Tomlinson (@ Oak)

 

46.       DeMarco Murray (vs Was)

 

47.       Earnest Graham (vs Atl)

 

48.       Roy Helu (@ Dal)

 

49.       Javon Ringer (vs Den)

 

50.       Deji Karim (@ Car)

 

 

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