The fact that we can safely call a game in which McCoy had 94 yards from scrimmage subpar shows how great he has been this year. He'll rebound against the Giants.
Charles kept on rolling last week, totaling 127 yards from scrimmage with a touchdown. He's every bit as good as advertised.
Forte ran for 95 yards and a TD on just 14 carries and caught another four passes for 22 yards. He's a top-five running back.
Bush cut a swath through the Bears defense, racking up 173 total yards and a TD. I love this matchup for him.
After the offense struggled mightily for two games, the Niners fed Gore early and often, and he finished the night with 153 yards and a TD on 20 carries. I'd be shocked if he finishes the season outside the top 15 at the position.
Murray was quieted against the Chargers last week, but he'll be a big factor on Sunday.
Lynch had a big day against the Texans, running for 98 yards and a TD on 17 carries. He's in line for another great game.
Jennings is expected to get the majority of the work with both Darren McFadden and Marcel Reece limited.
Miller continues to impress, rushing for 62 yards and a TD on just 11 carries. I'd feel good about starting him every single week.
Foster pushed north of 30 touches last week, totaling 171 yards and a TD. He's a must-start even in tough matchups.
Sproles was a beast as a receiver and not too shabby as a runner against the Dolphins. He should be able to replicate his success this week.
Bernard had a rough day running the ball, but did catch six of his seven targets. I'd get him right back in your lineup this week.
Even with the run game phased out because of a huge deficit, Powell had a useful game for his fantasy owners. He's a nice flex option this week.
Moreno picked up 78 yards and a TD on 12 carries last week. He should be started every week.
Rice was a non-factor in his return a week ago, running for 17 yards on five carries. He should be healthier this week, but the Dolphins will give him a test.
Richardson churned out 60 yards and a TD on 20 carries. He'll get most of the carries with Ahmad Bradshaw likely out again.
Pead was inactive last week and shouldn't be trusted until we see him take on a larger role in the offense. That could be coming this week, with Daryl Richardson telling fans on Twitter that he isn't starting on Sunday. That shouldn't be treated as gospel, but it bears watching.
Mendenhall had just 21 yards on 12 carries and could start ceding more touches to Andre Ellington.
Lost amid another blowout defeat last week was the fact that Wilson ran for 55 yards on 13 carries. You might want to see if you can buy him at a super-low price before Sunday gets here.
Williams has quietly had a nice season, and he should be started every single week in most formats.
Mathews underwhelmed on the ground last week, running for 62 yards on 19 carries, but he did catch four passes for 41 yards. His struggles finding the end zone are maddening.
Ellington had just four carries a week ago, but he picked up 29 rushing yards. He also caught three of his six targets and could be in for a bigger role in the offense.
Spiller picked up just 77 yards on 23 carries against the Ravens a week ago, and was outperformed by Fred Jackson yet again. I hate this week's matchup -- and quick turnaround -- for him. He's looking like a game-time decision.
Jones-Drew picked up just 23 yards on 13 carries and continues to be undermined by the ineptitude all around him.
McGahee ran for 46 yards on 15 carries last week. I could see using him as a flex this week.
Johnson had a terrible day against the Jets, running for just 21 yards on 15 carries. This week's matchup isn't a whole lot easier.
Blount busted a huge 47-yard TD run last week, but gained just 14 yards on his other eight carries. He should get the bulk of the carries with Stevan Ridley sidelined.
Woodhead caught two TDs last week and is bordering on must-start status in PPR leagues.
Hunter carried the ball 11 times last week, but that was dictated by game situation. Don't count on it against Houston.
Franklin should play a role in Green Bay's offense this week after going for 103 yards two weeks ago, but it's hard to trust him as a starter on your fantasy team with Eddie Lacy expected back.
The Ravens ran the ball just nine times last week, and Pierce had four of those carries for seven yards. With Ray Rice presumably a week stronger, you can't trust Pierce.
Snelling also could be considered as a flex, depending on the makeup of your roster.
Steven Jackson is likely to sit again, and that makes Rodgers a decent flex play depending on your other options.
Bolden played on obvious passing downs a week ago, and with Stevan Ridley out this week, he could have a big game.
Hillman makes an impact for the Broncos in real life, but he shouldn't be considered in fanatsy leagues.
Richardson had just 16 yards on 12 carries against the 49ers, and now he's potentially breaking news on Twitter, telling fans that he isn't starting this week. We can't take that at face value, but keep it in mind. You do not want to start him.
Jackson once again did more damage with fewer touches than C.J. Spiller. This is not a very good matchup, though.
Lacy is expected to return after suffering a concussion Week 2. Monitor his practice participation before starting him this week.
Everyone wanted to push Arian Foster out this summer, but he continues to relegate Tate to the sidelines.
Brown had eight carries for 19 yards and caught two passes for 41 yards last week. He's not yet a fantasy option.
Green-Ellis had just six carries for 13 yards against the Browns. I believe his days of fantasy relevance have passed.
With Reggie Bush back, Bell had just 11 touches for 42 total yards. He is not a fantasy starter with Bush healthy.
Tolbert gets plenty of playing time, but he isn't a fantasy factor.
Ball had 24 yards on eight carries last week and has clearly taken a back seat to Knowshon Moreno.
Thomas got just four carries last week and didn't do much with them. He could be on the outs in New Orleans.