I'm running out of things to say about Charles, and it's just Week 7. Houston is allowing 4.2 yards per carry this year, making Charles a solid bet to top 100 yards.
The Giants allow 19.1 fantasy points per game to running backs. Peterson will increase that average on Monday night.
McCoy totaled 171 yards from scrimmage last week, while the Cowboys allowed the Redskins to run for more than 200 yards. He should have a huge day.
Gore powered for 101 yards on 25 workmanlike carries against the Cardinals last week. The people who continue to bet on his downfall continue to lose.
Morris converted 16 carries into 81 yards and a touchdown, and continues to chug right along despite the sputtering Washington offense.
With Forte's huge presence in the passing game, it's nearly impossible for him to go for fewer than 100 total yards. He's in for a monster day in Washington.
Jones-Drew picked up just 71 yards on 21 carries last week, but he did hit paydirt. The newfound competence is great news for him. The longer the Jags stay in games, the more effective he will be.
Bush continues to impress as a runner, racking up 78 yards on 17 carries against a strong Cleveland defense last week. It's not much easier with the Bengals in town.
Martin churned out 91 yards on 20 touches last week. Atlanta has done well against opposing runners, but it looked terrible in its last game against the Jets.
Williams racked up 117 total yards last week, and this week gets a Rams defense that has allowed 4.6 yards per carry on the season.
Mathews had his best game of the season last week, running for 102 yards on 22 carries. He's in for another big day against a Jacksonville defense that surrenders 4.8 yards per carry.
Moreno had a huge game against the Jaguars, racking up 104 total yards and three scores. The Colts have allowed the third most fantasy points per game to running backs this year.
Lacy is officially an RB2 after racking up 120 yards on 23 carries against a Baltimore defense that had allowed the fewest rushing yards per game heading into the contest.
Powell is a clear winner in the fallout from Mike Goodson's injury. That will be on display against the Patriots.
Bernard was shut down as a runner last week, but caught six passes for 72 yards and a TD. It's that ability that has him ahead of BenJarvus Green-Ellis in the pecking order.
Miller was a total dud in his last game, and the Bills have been surprisingly tough against the run this season. It could be a tough day for him, but I'm predicting he saves it with a TD.
Lynch scored twice last week, but will have his work cut out for him on Thursday night. The Cardinals have allowed just 3.5 yards per carry this year.
Foster racked up 141 rushing yards and caught four passes for 57 yards last week. He'll have a much tougher time with the Chiefs.
Rodgers is too risky this week. He's already sharing time with Jason Snelling, and could be a total afterthought if Steven Jackson returns.
Jacobs ran roughshod over the Bears, picking up 106 yards and two TDs on 22 carries. That is the exeception, not the rule.
Green-Ellis remained a big part of last week's gameplan, racking up 86 yards on 18 carries. Detroit allows 20.2 fantasy points per game to running backs, making BJGE a potential flex this week.
Richardson ran for just 40 yards on 10 carries last week, and has been one of the biggest fantasy busts this year. Denver has given up just 3.2 yards per carry through six weeks.
Rice ran for just 34 yards on 14 carries against the Packers. You're only benching him if you have a wealth of options, but the Steelers have allowed the third least fantasy points per game to running backs.
Ellington won't force Rashard Mendenhall out of the picture completely, but he has made this a true timeshare. Start him if you have to, but temper your expectatons this week.
Spiller and Fred Jackson each carried the ball 10 times last week, with Spiller picking up 55 yards to Jackson's 35. I don't like either this week, as I expect Miami to lead comfortably throughout.
Woodhead caught all five of his targets for 47 yards last week. If he can push up toward 10 carries, he could be in for a big day.
Stacy ran for 79 yards on 18 carries last week. I hate this matchup for him, but I've got him as a backend RB3 for the rest of the season.
I'd stay away from both Snelling and Jacquizz Rodgers if Steven Jackson returns this week. It's just too muddy a situation.
McGahee ran for just 37 yards on 10 carries against the Lions. He's nothing but a matchup play or a guy you'd use if you need a bye-week replacement.
Ridley may have saved his season against the Saints, running for 96 yards and two scores on 20 carries. He draws a very tough assignment this week.
Check in with Bell's owner after this week. Assuming he struggles, you might be able to buy him very low.
Johnson had 54 yards from scrimmage last week and won't find it any easier against the 49ers, who allow just 3.8 yards per carry.
Ogbonnaya earned himself some deep-league consideration by catching seven of his 12 targets for a 61 yards and a TD.
Jackson and C.J. Spiller split the carries right down the middle again, with Spiller picking up 55 yards to Jackson's 35. The Miami defense has allowed the third most points to running backs this year, but I think the Bills will be chasing too many points to run the ball effectively.
DeMarco Murray will likely miss Sunday's game because of a knee sprain, making Randle the starter for the Cowboys. Expect them to lean heavily on Tony Romo and the pass game.
Bolden was targeted just three times last week. Given that he's really only a weapon in the passing game, he'll need a whole lot more than that to be a factor.
Mendenhall now shares the backfield with Andre Ellington. Given that and his lack of explosion, he's no more than a guy you consider as a flex from week to week. Hopefully not this week.
Tate punched in a 1-yard touchdown with last week's game out of hand. He remains nothing more than a Foster handcuff.
Bell remains a change of pace back for the Lions. You can't drop him, but you can't start him with Reggie Bush healthy.
Ivory could be in for more touches now that Mike Goodson is out for the year, but not enough to make him relevant to fantasy owners.
Blount ran for nine yards on seven carries last week, taking a backseat to Stevan Ridley. His fantasy usefulness may prove short-lived.
Ball has just four carries the last two weeks combined. You should feel comfortable cutting bait.
Hillman had just six touches last week, and he won't be a guy you can start unless Knowshon Moreno gets hurt.
Richardson got just three carries last week. He is no longer relevant in fantasy leagues.
Pierce is nothing more than a change of pace out of the backfield.