Charles totaled 172 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown last week and looms as a huge threat for the Giants.
Peterson has turned in strong fantasy games every week, but he has been forced to grind out every single yard. He'll finally find consistent room in London this week.
Three weeks, three absolute monster games for McCoy. The trend continues this week.
Forte had 111 yards from scrimmage and a TD last week and has totaled at least 90 yards with a score every week this year.
Murray exploded for 203 total yards -- 175 on the ground -- with a TD last week. He'll keep rolling right along against the Chargers.
I'm betting after a wake-up call from the Colts, the Niners get back to their bread and butter. That means running the football early and often.
Martin is really being undermined by the poor offense in Tampa Bay. He managed another 108 yards from scrimmage on 22 touches, but this team is having serious trouble finding the end zone.
Lynch picked up 69 yards on 17 carries last week, a disappointing performance against the lowly Jaguars. He's a good bet to bounce back this week.
Pierce picked up 65 yards and a TD on 24 carries with Ray Rice on the sideline. He should get the start again this week.
Johnson ran for 90 yards on 19 carries, but it could be a rough day for him on Sunday. The Jets have done well against the run this year.
Look for Richardson to be way more involved in the offense this week, especially with Ahmad Bradshaw out with a neck injury.
With the job virutally all to himself last week, Powell ran for 149 yards on 27 carries. He's a great play ths week.
Morris ran the ball efficiently against Detroit, picking up 73 yards and a TD on 15 carries. He's keeping up his end of the bargain.
The Raiders had to abandon the run game after getting down early to Denver. McFadden should bounce back this week.
Bernard racked up 99 yards from scrimmage and a TD against the Packers. He has my weekly stamp of approval.
Miller didn't get much of a chance last week, but he still managed to run for 62 yards on eight carries. He'll get back in the scoring column this week.
Jones-Drew ended up salvaging his day with a garbage-time TD last week. Frank Gore played well against the Colts last week, and MJD can have a nice day even if the Jags lose handily.
Spiller left last week's game with a thigh injury, though it isn't considered serious. He should start this week.
Bolden did his best Shane Vereen impression last week, totaling 100 yards from scrimmage. He's worth a flex play in deep leagues.
Bush is expected to return after missing last week's game due to a knee injury. Get him back in your lineup.
Rodgers had a nice day splitting the duties with Jason Snelling in place of Steven Jackson, running for 86 yards on 18 carries. He could be started as a flex this week.
The Cardinals had to abandon the run after going way down to the Saints. Mendenhall will play a much bigger role in a game I expect the Cardinals to win.
Moreno actually had the worst day of the three Denver backs against Oakland, but he remains the starter.
Woodhead has become relevant in full PPR leagues, but that's really the only place you'd want to start him.
Mathews didn't really register against the Titans, and it was concerning to see him disappear from the passing game. He'll be a flex play this week.
Foster ran the ball well last week, but the run game was phased out with the Texans trailing big. It may not get much better this week with the Seahawks in town.
Snelling racked up 111 yards from scrimmage and a TD last week and should be started as long as Steven Jackson is out.
Pead was a factor in the passing game last week, and could start garnering himself a larger role in the offense with another solid performance this week.
Jackson had 109 yards from scrimmage last week and appears to have cemented a significant role in the offense, making him flex worthy in certain weeks.
Sproles flashed the bust side of his boom-or-best nature last week, totaling just 56 yards from scrimmage. I'd only consider him in PPR leagues this week.
Ellington remains a decent speculative play in case of a Rashard Mendenhall injury.
Bell is expected to make his NFL debut in London on Sunday after missing the first three games with a knee injury. It will be interesting to see what he does. He has a chance to own this job.
Hillman ran for 66 yards and a TD on nine carries last week. He should be owned, but cannot be started.
After being outperformed by Brandon Bolden and LeGarrette Blount last week, Ridley, it appears, is on the outs in New England.
Given 11 carries last week, Thomas picked up just 28 yards. He cannot be considered a starter in any format.
Ball ran the ball well last week, totaling 61 yards on 11 carries, but he lost another fumble in the fourth quarter. So long as he keeps putting the ball on the ground, he's going to be hard for John Fox to trust.
Bell picked up 132 yards from scrimmage and a TD last week, but with Reggie Bush expected back I wouldn't trust him in my lineup.
Richardson left last week's game after one play because of a foot injury. Even if he suits up, you should look elsewhere unless you're desperate.
Hunter found the end zone on a 13-yard scamper last week. His three other carries went for one yard.
The Browns signed McGahee last week, and he led the team in carries on Sunday. He's the only back on this team worth owning.
Jones is the current starter, but the bet here is that he's a mere caddy while Le'Veon Bell gets his sea legs.
Tate continues to hold onto a secondary role in the Houston offense. He may be flex worthy with the byes starting.
Wilson ran for 39 yards on 11 carries last week and didn't catch a pass. He's the clubhouse leader for biggest bust through three weeks.
Green-Ellis split carries with Giovani Bernard right down the middle and gained 21 fewer yards. His days are numbered.
Jacobs does not have a meaningful role in the offense and should not be owned in fantasy leagues.
Thomas had five carries for 21 yards last week and isn't anything more than a change of pace for Miami.
Brown will be marginalized in this game with the Broncos jumping out to a big lead early.
Battle got just four carries for 12 yards a week ago and really shouldn't be on anyone's fantasy roster.