May 23, 2018


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Eric Ebron

Detroit Lions

Ebron Could Use Some Luck

Colts signed TE Eric Ebron, formerly of the Lions, to a two-year contract. Coach Frank Reich called Ebron an "elite tight end."

The last time we saw Andrew Luck healthy (2016), the Colts used 2+ TE sets at the 3rd-highest rate in the NFL and had the 6th-highest target share to TEs.

04/01/18, 11:32 AM CDT by Wheeler


Carlos Hyde

San Francisco 49ers

Hyde and Seek

Browns agreed to terms with RB Carlos Hyde, formerly of the 49ers, on a three-year, $15 million contract.

Obtaining Hyde has several trickle-down effects; first it replaces Crowell who signed with the Jets, it probably diminishes Duke Johnson’s value a bit. Hyde is a better all-around back than Crowell was and will certainly take over the goal-line work seeing that he’s got 20+ pounds on Duke. It also reduces the likelihood that Cleveland takes Saquon Barkley with the 4th pick in the draft. They will most likely look to draft a defensive player (Chubb) or trade down again.

04/01/18, 11:28 AM CDT by Wheeler


Jerick McKinnon

Minnesota Vikings

McKinnon Goes West For Gold-Rush

49ers agreed to terms with RB Jerick McKinnon, formerly of the Vikings, on a four-year, $30 million contract.

McKinnon averaged a ho-hum 3.8 yards a carry for the Vikings and scored three rushing touchdowns. By contrast, San Francisco's former lead runner, Carlos Hyde, averaged 3.9 yards an attempt in 2017 and had eight rushing touchdowns.

It appears as though Shanahan is enamored with McKinnon's athletic metrics, but I'm not so sure he was "pounding the table" to get him. This move could push the Niner's to cut Joe Williams.

04/01/18, 11:12 AM CDT by Wheeler


Mike Wallace

Baltimore Ravens

Eagles Keep Improving

Eagles signed WR Mike Wallace to a one-year contract.
Mike Wallace can still move posting a top five max speed among wide receivers last season. He will fill the void left by Torrey Smith as a speed vertical threat.

04/01/18, 11:08 AM CDT by Wheeler


Terrelle Pryor

Washington Redskins

Jets Searching For Weapons

Jets agreed to terms with WR Terrelle Pryor, formerly of Washington and Cleveland.

Second year in a row on a new team doesn’t really help Pryor's cause, but I like the idea of him on the field with Teddy Bridgewater at some point. I would imagine, with some creativity, the Jets could really design some innovative gadget plays.
The Jets receiving corps really looks like a bunch of question marks at this point though, no telling what the week-to-week outcome will be with these guys.
Jermaine Kearse: 65 catches, 810 yards, 5 touchdowns (2017)
Robby Anderson: 63 catches, 941 yards, 7 touchdowns (2017)
Quincy Enunwa: 58 catches, 857 yards, 4 touchdowns (2016)
Terrelle Pryor: 77 catches, 1007 yards, 4 touchdowns (2016)

04/01/18, 11:04 AM CDT by Wheeler


Carlos Henderson

Denver Broncos

Sleeper Watch

Broncos coach Vance Joseph said the team is "counting on" Carlos Henderson making an impact in 2018.

If you are paying attention to Staggs projections there is plenty of opportunity for Henderson to step into a solid number of targets in the slot. Henderson was hindered by injury and awful QB play last year. Being drafted in the 18th round or later in best-ball leagues, Henderson is the late round flyer that should be on your radar.

04/01/18, 11:00 AM CDT by Wheeler


Ben Watson

Baltimore Ravens

Watson Returns To Big Easy

Saints signed TE Ben Watson, formerly of the Ravens, to a one-year contract.

Watson had 74 catches on 110 targets for 825 yards and 6 TD’s when he was with the Saints in 2015. After missing 2016 he had a pretty good year with Baltimore last year despite an anemic offense, with 61 catches on 79 targets for 522 yards and 4 TD’s. He’s not a bad late round flyer TE. He’s basically free right now, but I expect by the time the season starts he’ll be being drafted within the top 20 at the position.

04/01/18, 10:54 AM CDT by Wheeler


Jeff Janis

Green Bay Packers

Janis Truthers Challenged

Browns officially signed former Packers’ WR Jeff Janis.
The combine superstar never amounted to anything in Green Bay, I highly doubt Cleveland is the place for him to finally break-out.

04/01/18, 10:50 AM CDT by Wheeler


Thomas Rawls

Seattle Seahawks

Jets Sign Rawls

Rawls had five RB1 games in 2015, one in 2016, and has been a disappointment since. He’s not worth your time in fantasy, but he could cause enough disruption in the Jets backfield to cut any upside we might have hoped for from Isaiah Crowell.

04/01/18, 10:48 AM CDT by Wheeler


Allen Robinson

Jacksonville Jaguars

Coo coo ca choo Mr. Robinson

Bears signed WR Allen Robinson, formerly of the Jaguars, to a three-year, $42 million contract.

This is a great move for Robinson and Chicago. Nagy’s offense and the young QB, Trubiski, should benefit Robinson at least as much as Bortles did, and Chicago gets the top WR in free agency.
Everyone on the team will be in a new scheme so there will be an adjustment, but as they start to gel we should see a big second half. Robinson’s recovery from a torn ACL doesn’t scare me away from drafting him in the late third/early fourth, his current MFL10 ADP is 43 overall while his Draft app ADP is 59.9. I expect Robinson to be somewhere in the range of 75 receptions, for 1100 yards and 8 TD’s.

03/24/18, 08:25 PM CDT by Wheeler


Sammy Watkins

Los Angeles Rams

KC Building Strong Air Attack

Chiefs signed Sammy Watkins, formerly of the Rams, to a three-year, $48 million contract.

I’m a big Sammy truther so getting him in the 5th or 6th round is a pure power move. His current Draft app ADP of 87.1 is an absolute steal, his MFL10 ADP of 69.5 is still a great value in my opinion. There are quite a few options for high targets in KC so I don’t expect him to see the 128 targets he saw his rookie year, but he should definitely see more than the 70 he saw last year. He’ll have an entire offseason to work with the near-rookie QB, and at age 25 he should have enough burst left to have a 70 catch, 1050 yd, 8TD line. For his career he has 16 receptions on 30 targets for 12 TD’s in the Red Zone, and 9 receptions on 13 targets, for 8 TD’s inside the opponents 10. He should be the exact WR the Chiefs need to get over the hump. As a team the Chiefs were 34/75 for 13 TD’s in the Red-Zone last year and 12/24 for 10 TD inside the 10.

03/24/18, 08:19 PM CDT by Wheeler


Kirk Cousins

Washington Redskins

Vikings Like That

Kirk Cousins plans to sign a three-year, fully-guaranteed contract from the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday. The deal is believed to be for around $86 million, and reports are it will be fully-guaranteed, a landmark for an NFL free agent.

Should be a lateral move for Kirk as far as fantasy, better WR’s, but fewer passes thrown in this offense. A healthy Dalvin Cook should be able to run out the clock if they are up in the second half of games and take the ball out of Cousins hands near the end zone. It should also help the overall efficiency of the offense so all in all it increases his floor, but cuts any garbage-time production we’ve seen with Washington. Kyle Rudolph becomes a big benefactor here, Cousins loves his TE, especially near the end-zone.

03/24/18, 08:16 PM CDT by Wheeler


Case Keenum

Minnesota Vikings

Denver Makes Case

Broncos signed QB Case Keenum, formerly of the Vikings, to a two-year, $36 million contract.

Well, I was hoping for more than a bridge QB for my favorite WR (D. Thomas), but this is a definite upgrade from the three stooges Denver put behind center last year.

03/24/18, 08:13 PM CDT by Wheeler


LeGarrette Blount

Philadelphia Eagles

Detroit Sparks Up Blount

The Lions signed free agent RB LeGarrette Blount to a 1-year deal worth $4.5M. He’s back with Matt Patricia, as the New England ties are strong.

The Lions have needed a true goal-line/power-back for years. I expect Blount to get between 150-200 touches and all the short-yardage carries. Detroit’s offense doesn’t really fit what Blount brings to the table, but I expect Patricia will have some influence over how the offense will operate from here-on-out.

03/24/18, 08:10 PM CDT by Wheeler


Cleveland Browns

Money Ball: The Sequel

Hate to start out the offseason with the Cleveland Browns, but they are makin’ moves!
Browns acquired: Tyrod Taylor, Jarvis Landry, Damarious Randall
Browns gave up: 2018 3rd-round pick (No. 65), 2018 4th-round pick, 2019 7th-round pick, DeShone Kizer

Building with experienced quality performers that have something to prove, by selling inconsequential draft picks is exactly what Sashi Brown was building up for. It’s a shame he won’t be around to reap the rewards, but these are quality moves for a win-now mentality.

03/09/18, 09:37 PM CST by Wheeler


Tyrod Taylor

Buffalo Bills

Hue Looks To TyGoat

Browns left tackle Joe Thomas, who's pondering his future, is a fan of Tyrod Taylor and has said so on the ThomaHawk Show podcast.

Tyrod is just one season removed (2016) from being the QB11 in average fantasy ppg, including seven 20+ point weeks and six 15+ point weeks. Given the current talent on the O-line and skill position weapons he could improve on those numbers. He has the potential to be this year’s Alex Smith, definitely heading my late-round (12+) QB picks now.

03/09/18, 09:32 PM CST by Wheeler


Deshone Kizer

Cleveland Browns

Packers Get In On The Fun

The Packers have traded for QB DeShone Kizer from the Browns to Green Bay.

This is the best possible scenario for Kizer, who was thrown into the fire last season. Getting the chance to develop and learn behind the best in the business is the best chance he has for longevity.

03/09/18, 09:30 PM CST by Wheeler


Torrey Smith

Philadelphia Eagles

On The Move Again

The Eagles trade WR Torrey Smith to the Panthers for CB Daryl Worley. Torrey Smith could fill the old Ted Ginn role which makes this fairly interesting. Stagg Party says it’s more of a boost for Cam than Torrey himself.

This is an absolute perfect fit, someone who isn’t going to demand the ball, but can take the top off a defense while McCaffrey, Olsen, and Cam work underneath. Torrey is looking like a great late-round flyer.

03/09/18, 09:28 PM CST by Wheeler


DeMarco Murray

Tennessee Titans

Henry Hype Train Has Clear Track

DeMarco Murray was released by the Titans.
No surprise here, expect Derick Henry to be a lead back with 250+ touches, but they will bring in someone that will play the third-down, pass-catching role out of the backfield. I wouldn’t be surprised if they sign someone like Jerick McKinnon or Rex Burkhead, or even Darren Sproles or Charles Sims. There are also plenty of options in the NFL draft, Henry won’t be a true “Bell Cow.”

03/09/18, 09:17 PM CST by Wheeler


Marquise Goodwin

San Francisco 49ers

The Name Says It All

Marquise Goodwin and the 49ers have agreed to a 3yr extension worth $20.3M & 10M guaranteed.

Shanahan has found his big-play threat at a reasonable price. Goodwin caught 56 balls for 962 yards last season, but only had two TD’s. None of his six longest plays (33+ yards) were from Garoppollo so it leads me to believe they will still be looking for a top of the line WR, even with Garcon coming back from injury.

03/09/18, 09:15 PM CST by Wheeler


Week 4 - RB Player Rankings

Week 4 - RB Player Rankings

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RB Player Rankings – Week 4




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Running Backs



1.           Matt Forte (vs. Car) – It may seem odd seeing Matt Forte up here in the number one spot over guys like Adrian Peterson, Run DMC, LeSean McCoy and Ray Rice, but when you’re done hearing this, you’ll know why. First of all, Forte is actually seventh in RB fantasy points thus far (standard scoring) and that’s with averaging just under 12 carries a game and scoring just one TD. Second, against these same Panthers last season, Forte rattled off a career-high 166 rushing yards and two TDs on 22 carries. Third, Carolina has only the 25th-ranked rush defense this year. Lastly, the Bears have lost their last two games because they abandoned the run too early, a mistake the coaching staff swears they will not make again this week. I love him in any format this week but in PPR leagues especially, this one is a no-brainer.


2.           Adrian Peterson (@ KC) – It was tough not to put AP28 in the one-hole this week against a Chiefs defense that has allowed the second most fantasy points to running backs this season, but I think Minnesota may have a tougher time than they think this weekend in Kansas City. After making the playoffs last season, KC has had a string of bad breaks that has put their backs against the wall at 0-3, so I think they come out fighting in this one. Their rush D is better than they’ve shown thus far and I’m sure they will be keying in on Purple Jesus all day long, though I still think Peterson finds a couple of long-gainers and the endzone at least once on Sunday.


3.           Darren McFadden (vs. NE) – McFadden is the real deal, folks, and he’ll show it again this weekend. He currently leads the NFL in both rushing yards and RB fantasy points and is tied with Wes Welker for most total yards from scrimmage with 477 (393 rush, 84 rec). The Patriots don’t just give up a ton of yards through the air, but they also allow the eighth most fantasy points to opposing RBs in the league as well. The Raiders will try to run the ball as much as they can to keep the ball away from Tom Brady, but even when they have to turn to the pass (which they will), McFadden is just as lethal in that respect going for over 500 yards receiving last season in only 13 games.


4.           Ray Rice (vs. NYJ) – Rice is one of the top duel-threat running backs in the game today and will need to put his many talents on display this weekend if the Ravens want to win this game. Strangely enough, for as good as the Jets defense is, they actually allow the sixth most fantasy points to opposing RBs this season and are next to last in rushing yards allowed per game (tied for last in rushing TDs allowed with five). Rice didn’t fare too well against New York last season, but not only are the Jets a different team this year, but it’s a far different (and better) Ravens offense as well.


5.           LeSean McCoy (vs. SF) – McCoy has surpassed expectations as a fantasy beast so far this season, showing NFL viewers a style of running maybe unseen since the likes of Barry Sanders. The Eagles may force Mike Vick to take it a bit easy this weekend against the 49ers, a ploy which should give LeSean more of an opportunity to do some serious fantasy damage.  San Fran may have a great rush D, but McCoy can hurt you in so many ways, I’m not sure it even matters. Last year against them, LeSean had 138 total yards (92 rushing) and a TD. I like him for a little better than that this weekend.


6.           Maurice Jones-Drew (vs. NO) – So much for tapering back MJD’s carries this year as Maurice is currently tied for the league lead with 66 rushes after three weeks of action. He’s not scoring the TDs he used to because his team is offensively inept, but he still ranks third in the league with 307 rushing yards and is as dependable as it gets as long as he’s healthy. With rookie Blaine Gabbert likely under center once again, it’s very possible the Jags give him another 27 or so touches like they did last weekend and hope he can run them to victory. I wouldn’t count on it, but he’ll put up some nice fantasy numbers with the chances.


7.           Fred Jackson (@ Cin) – Fred Jackson didn’t come out of nowhere, but his numbers thus far have been unexpected to say the least. He’s not the best RB around, but he works well within the Bills system and has no doubt benefitted statistically from this suddenly explosive Buffalo offense. I don’t expect it to last all year long, but it will continue this weekend against a Cincinnati defense he put up 116 yards rushing against last season with two TDs to boot.


8.           Ahmad Bradshaw (@ Ari) – I can’t say I enjoy putting the undersized half of an RBBC up in my top ten running backs for the week, but Ahmad earned it after last week’s game. The kid can be electric and with Eli Manning and the Giants receivers clicking right now, you know the holes along the front line will be wide open for him to run through. Arizona was bad against the run last year and they’re bad again this year, so I wouldn’t be surprised to see Ahmad go over 100 yards with a TD this Sunday.


9.           Ryan Mathews (vs. Mia) – So it looks like the kid has finally turned the corner and if he stays healthy, he could end up as one of the top ten, if not top five fantasy RBs the rest of the way. All it took was for him to understand the importance of pass protection and learn the playbook. Miami has a pretty good rush defense so Ryan may not go nuts in this one, but he’s real fun to watch with the ball in his hands because you never know when he might make that one move that takes him all the way. Anywhere around 15-20 touches should get him up between 100-130 total yards on Sunday.


10.       LeGarrette Blount (vs. Ind) – This might be the exact type of game the Buccaneers run the hell out of LeGarrette Blount. Against a Colts team they know they can beat if they just keep at them throughout the whole game is exactly what Blount is good for… wearing down an opponent. Indy hasn’t been a very good rush D for a while now and with this game being at home where he’s thoroughly excelled, you know Blount is in for a good 20 carries. Anything less than 100 yards and a TD would be a bit of a disappointment in my book.


11.       Rashard Mendenhall (@ Hou) – The Texans give up a good chunk of yardage to opposing RBs and Mendenhall could be in for a day of heavy lifting. Pittsburgh will want to control the clock and keep the ball away from Houston’s offense, so Rashard will need to carry the ball at least 20-25 times for that to happen. Roethlisberger should be able to pass against this team as well, but it will come a lot easier if Mendy draws the defense in a little closer with some hard running. I expect to see Rashard’s best game of the year so far in this one.


12.       Michael Turner (@ Sea) – The Seahawks have held opposing rushers to just 3.1 yards/carry against them so far this season, but that won’t last. Not against a bruiser like Turner who carried the ball 25 times against them their last meeting in Week 15 of 2010. Turner actually put up most of his best games on the road last season, a trend I can easily see continuing this weekend against a team that will need to use their linebackers to help out in coverage throughout the game.


13.       Peyton Hillis (vs. Ten) – Hillis should be well rested after a week off and ready for a rough-and-tumble game against the Titans, though I’m not so sure he carries the load like he normally does this Sunday. Montario Hardesty looked just fine as a lead back in Week 3 and with Peyton maybe a bit weak from his illness; this could be a split backfield for a game. He’ll still get the goal-line carries and should see a good 20 touches, so from a fantasy perspective, he’ll be just fine.


14.       Tim Hightower (@ StL) – St. Louis has easily allowed the most rushing yards per game this season, so Hightower should be in for a nice day. On the turf indoors, however, I could see the Redskins using the speed and shiftiness of Roy Helu some, so Hightower’s fantasy outlook might be capped. Whatever they decide to do, Tim is running as hard as anybody in the league right now which is something Coach Shanahan loves to see out of his players. If he hits his average of about 23 touches this Sunday, he could end up having an outstanding day.


15.       Felix Jones (vs. Det) – Felix looked awesome against the Redskins this past Monday night and if his shoulder injury heals up before the weekend, he should be able to continue his dominance into the game against the Lions. Detroit may be a much improved defensive team this year and may get even better once DT Nick Fairley gets on the field, but they’ve still given up 5.0 yards a carry this season. Felix is known to bust some long runs, so watch out for a couple of those amongst a nice fantasy performance this Sunday.


16.       Chris Johnson (@ Cle) – CJ2K had an opportunity to show his fantasy owners that he was worth using their first-round pick on this past Sunday against a porous Broncos defense… and he pretty much crapped his pants. I can’t put my finger on exactly why Johnson has been so awful, but if I had to guess, I’d say it has something to do with the offensive line and the loss of All-Pro Center Kevin Mawai before last season. With Kenny Britt done for the year, the Titans will lean on Chris more than ever and expect production. I think he steps up to the plate against a Browns team ranked 29th against the run thus far, but if he doesn’t, I’d officially call him a bust.


17.       James Starks (vs. Den) – If Ryan Grant’s bruised kidney isn’t fully healed by Friday, Starks will be in line for a heavy workload this Sunday against Denver. Even if Grant is able to go, I still believe they lay off him a bit despite his nice performance last weekend because frankly, hurt kidneys are not something you mess around with. The Broncos rush D has been much better this season after ranking next to last in the league in 2010, but Aaron Rodgers has a tendency to open things up and will undoubtedly give Starks quite a few gaping holes to run through. Expect an early Packers lead and a heavy dose of Starks late in this one.


18.       Jahvid Best (@ Dal) – Jahvid is so incredibly quick and shifty in the open field, it’s hard to believe he can’t even manage to average three yards a carry, but he’s not. He still accumulates fantasy points with his topnotch play coming out of the backfield, but he doesn’t generate a lot of confidence running the ball at a 2.9 YPC clip. The Cowboys are great at stopping the run, but one thing they haven’t been so good at is containing the RB coming out of the backfield; Best’s specialty. This could be that type of a game for Jahvid.


19.       Steven Jackson (vs. Was) – Jackson has rested quite enough and is itching to get back out on the field. He should be able to put in a full workload, but the Rams aren’t likely to push him too hard against a relatively stingy Redskins rush D. I expect him to see around 15-20 touches in this one and am cautiously expecting a decent showing.


20.       Frank Gore (@ Phi) – Gore has looked awful this season, but the ‘Niners will need him to turn it on in this game if they have a chance of winning. The Eagles have given up the most fantasy points in the league to opposing RBs this year allowing them to run for 4.9 yards a carry. San Francisco knows this and will feed Gore over and over in order to exploit it. Frank the Tank still has some world class skills in him and I expect at least a couple of long plays this weekend and possibly his second TD of the season.


21.       Mark Ingram (@ Jax) – New Orleans will likely be able to have their way with Jacksonville from the start, which is great news for Mark Ingram owners. Assuming the Saints build a nice lead, they’ll turn to the hard-nosed rookie in the second half in order to control the clock and run out the game. He might just see a career high in touches this weekend, which should be enough to get him some fantasy points against an overachieving Jags defense.


22.       Arian Foster (vs. Pit) – Foster looks like he’ll move back into the starting role this weekend, but don’t expect a full workload just yet. I would bet on more of a two-to-one series split between he and Ben Tate, thus sapping a bunch of fantasy potential from both backs. Foster doesn’t really need a ton of touches to put up fantasy points, but against a Pittsburgh team looking to turn around a sluggish start, I wouldn’t expect too much.


23.       Joseph Addai (@ TB) – Addai looked terrific last weekend for the first time in awhile and should get another chance to prove his worth against a weak Tampa rush defense this Sunday. The Colts might have to start QB Curtis Painter in this one and if so, you can bet we’ll see a heavy dose of Addai. If that’s the case, Addai could start for your fantasy team as a low-end RB2 or flex in Week 4.


24.       Jonathan Stewart (@ Chi) – Here’s the Carolina situation:  DeAngelo Williams gets a big contract; Stewart feels underappreciated and becomes determined to prove his worth; DeAngelo falls flat on his face as Jonathan outperforms him; Carolina is forced to use Stewart more and more each week.  With this being the trend, I like the bigger and more abusive Stewart to rack up the carries against this Bears defense. Chicago has the speed to keep Williams contained but seem to let bigger backs run right through them. Give Stewart a shot as a flex this week.


25.       Mike Tolbert (vs. Mia) – Ryan Mathews seems to have pinned down the lion’s share of the backfield work at this point, but Tolbert will still get his opportunities. As their goal-line back, he’ll always have a chance for a TD or two, which is usually enough in most fantasy leagues. Expect around 10 touches with a chance for a TD in the red-zone.


26.       Darren Sproles (@ Jax) – Besides being a ton of fun to watch, Sproles has actually been crazy-good out of the backfield this season putting up a TD in each of the first three games (punt return in Week One) while totaling 227 yards from scrimmage. The Jaguars won’t have an answer for him when he’s used and it wouldn’t surprise me to see another 75 total yards with some sort of touchdown from him on Sunday.


27.       Beanie Wells (vs. NYG) – Coming back from injury, Beanie doesn’t have the nicest matchup this week as he’ll face a pretty nasty and stifling New York Giants front seven. How much Arizona plans to use him is unknown, but I’m guessing he get no more than his average of 18 touches which might not be enough to make a huge fantasy difference for your team. He can be used as a flex with upside this weekend, but don’t expect too much.


28.       Reggie Bush (@ SD) - With Daniel Thomas' hamstring acting up, Bush will get another chance as the Dolphins RB1 for the week. Reggie lost the job after showing no ability to sustain an inside attack for Miami, a problem that won't miraculously change this week or ever for that matter. Still, San Diego is somewhat depleted on the defensive side of the ball, so Reggie should be able to use his quickness and veteran savvy to gain you some decent fantasy points this weekend.


29.       Marshawn Lynch (vs. Atl) – There are very few games in which I would even consider using Marshawn “Fugly” Lynch on my fantasy team, but this might be one of them. Last year against Atlanta, Lynch put up 77 total yards (60 rushing on 12 carries) with a touchdown, number I can faintly see being repeated against an average Falcons rush defense. Only use him as a flex, though.


30.       BenJarvus Green-Ellis (@ Oak) – I have a sneaky suspicion there could be a changing of the guard in this New England backfield sometime soon, but not quite this weekend. Rookie RB Stevan Ridley is a bigger and more skilled back than the mediocre Law Firm, but I think the Patriots stick with what they know in another tough game away from home on Sunday. He won’t get a ton of touches, but Green-Ellis will at least have a chance to put up a TD or two with Brady leading the team down the field with relative ease.



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


31.       Cedric Benson (vs. Buf)


32.       Brandon Jacobs (@ Ari)


33.       Willis McGahee (@ GB)


34.       LaDainian Tomlinson (@ Bal)


35.       DeAngelo Williams (@ Chi)


36.       Danny Woodhead (@ Oak)


37.       Shonn Greene (@ Bal)


38.       Ben Tate (vs. Pit)


39.       Stevan Ridley (@ Oak)


40.       Michael Bush (vs. NE)


41.       Kendall Hunter (@ Phi)


42.       Roy Helu (@ StL)


43.       Thomas Jones (vs. Min)


44.       Knowshon Moreno (@ GB)


45.       Pierre Thomas (@ Jax)


46.       Earnest Graham (vs. Ind)


47.       Montario Hardesty (vs. Ten)


48.       Alfonso Smith (vs. NYG)


49.       Bernard Scott (vs. Buf)


50.       Marion Barber (vs. Car)



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