After going away from him early last week, Andy Reid will make sure to feed Charles early and often against the Eagles. It'll result in his biggest game of the season to date.
Forte put up a huge game last week, racking up 161 yards from scrimmage and 11 receptions. Expect more of the same this week.
Lynch ground out 98 yards and two scores on 28 carries against San Francisco. It'll be a little easier for him this week.
It wasn't all bad for the Bucs' offense against New Orleans, as Martin ran for 144 yards on 29 carries. He'll keep it going against the Patriots.
Morris had a huge day on the ground against the Packers, rushing for 107 yards on just 13 carries. He'll have another big day against an overrated Lions defense.
Week 1, McCoy ran for 184 yards. Last week, he had 114 yards through the air. It's safe to say he enjoys playing for Chip Kelly.
Once again, Foster dominated the touches out of the backfield. He made them count last week, totaling 85 yards and a touchdown.
Johnson didn't run the ball all that well against the Texans, but he picked up 96 yards thanks to getting 25 carries. San Diego should yield his best day of the season.
Spiller ran for 103 yards on 16 carries and caught four passes for 26 yards last week. Even against a Jets defense that has shut down Doug Martin and Stevan Ridley, I think Spiller will have a day.
The Bears made Peterson work for every yard, and though he hit the century mark, it took him 26 carries to get there. It won't be much easier against the Browns.
Miller bounced back after his dreadful opening game, running for 69 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries. Start him with confidence this week.
The Chiefs shut Murray down, but that defense is looking like one of the better units in the league. The Rams haven't been tested on the ground yet, but Murray will give them all they can handle.
Williams had another solid game, running for 85 yards on 22 carries. He's a weekly flex play so long as he's the only real runner in the backfield.
Ridley remains my favorite buy-low candidate in the league. Act now, because you won't be able to get him on the cheap after this week.
Bernard showed of his explosiveness against the Steelers, totaling 65 yards and two touchdowns on just nine touches. Expect that number to increase this week.
Moreno had a huge game against the Giants, running for 93 yards and two scores on 13 carries. He looks like a solid flex play.
Powell had 70 yards and a touchdown on 15 touches against the Patriots. He's a fringe flex option.
With Reggie Bush likely out due to a knee injury, Bell is worth starting this week.
Sproles major involvement in the Saints' offense means he's a guy you should be starting most weeks.
Mendenhall's 66-yard, one-TD performance against the Lions has him safely in the weekly flex range.
Rice is expected to play after suffering a hip injury last week, but it remains to be seen how effective he will be.
Gore is always going to carry value in this offense, but I fear his days as a serious fantasy weapon have passed.
Though he didn't find the end zone, Mathews looked like a much better runner Week 2 than he did Week 1. You can consider him a safe flex most weeks.
Jackson totaled 53 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown last week, and looks like a flex play even though he's second fiddle to C.J. Spiller.
If you want to speculate on a backup running back in Arizona in case Rashard Mendenhall gets hurt, Ellington is your man.
McFadden ran for 129 yards on 19 carries last week, but will be marginalized after Denver gets out to a big lead.
Abridged reaction to the huge Richardson deal: He's better off in Indy, but they've had line troubles and he'll have to share the ball with Reggie Wayne and T.Y. Hilton. Don't expect much this week. He doesn't have a ton of time to learn the playbook and is going up against the 49ers.
Richardson ran for just 35 yards on 10 carries against the Falcons, although he did have a couple of nice runs negated by penalties. I don't trust him as a fantasy starter.
There's a good chance Jones-Drew misses the game this week with an ankle injury. Even if he plays, you'll want to look elsewhere.
It would be interesting to see what Thomas could do on a team more committed to the run. On the Saints, he's a non-factor in fantasy leagues.
So much for Bradshaw as a fantasy starter. After Wednesday's blockbuster that brought Trent Richardson to Indy, Bradshaw's an afterthought.
Ogbonnaya will likely get the first shot at the job with Trent Richardson in Indy, but ultimately Willis McGahee is likely to take over.
With Eddie Lacy out due to a concussion, Starks became the first Packer to run for 100 yards in a game since 2010. It won't be quite so easy this week.
Ivory racked up 52 yards on 12 carries and would be a decent flex player if Bilal Powell got hurt.
Tate looked great yet again, running for 93 yards on just nine carries. Despite his slim role, he's starting to look like a borderline flex play.
Pierce had a really nice showing once Ray Rice left last week's game with a hip injury. With Rice likely to be dealing with its effects this week, Pierce is a sneaky play.
Woodhead caught eight balls on nine targets against the Eagles and is worth rostering for when the big bye weeks hit.
Tolbert got just six carries last week and is nothing more than a change-of-pace back.
Rodgers figures to be the main beneficiary with Steven Jackson out, but chances are the Falcons lean on Matt Ryan and the passing game more than usual.
Unfortunately for Green-Ellis, I believe we saw the beginnings of the Giovani Bernard takeover last week. He'll retain some value all year, but it won't be what it was a season ago.
Hunter had one carry for negative seven yards against the Seahawks. Yeah, you don't want to be starting him under any circumstances.
The Giants had to abandon the run game fairly early last week, and at this point Wilson cannot be counted on as a starter.
Rainey hasn't had a carry yet this season, but that will change with Trent Richardson in Indy. He still isn't a factor in fantasy, though. He's likely running behind Chris Ogbonnaya and the newly signed Willis McGahee.
Ball got 12 carries last week, but picked up just 16 yards and clearly ceded control of the position to Knowshon Moreno.
Scott got only five carries last week, though he did catch two of the four passes thrown his way.
With Shonn Greene out, Battle will serve as the short-yardage back. He's not a guy you want anywhere near your fantasy team.
Brown's a guy who should be owned but cannot be started unless LeSean McCoy gets injured. That possibility of injury is why you own him, though.
Jacobs got seven carries for four yards in his first game back with the Giants. Stay away.
Jones ran for 37 yards on 10 carries against the Bengals. Like taemmates Isaac Redman, he is completely, utterly irrelevant, even if he becomes the Steelers starter.
Snelling will get plenty of snaps with Steven Jackson out, but fantays owners shouldn't be counting on him as a starter.
We're all finally in agreement that the great Mark Ingram Breakout is never happening, right?
Thomas picked up 30 yards on eight carries. He's the clear backup in Miami and should not be counted on in fantasy leagues.
Redman was tested for a possible concussion last week, though he did come back late. He is totally irrelevant in fantasy leagues.
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