Charles has gone over 100 total yards and scored at least once every single week this year. The streak will continue against the Browns.
The Rams allow the third most fantasy points per game to running backs. Get ready for a huge day out of Beast Mode.
McCoy was shut down by the Cowboys last week, but the Giants should prove a nice remedy.
Gore ran for 70 yards and two TDs on 24 carries a week ago. Expect the Niners to ride him in Jacksonville.
Moreno has been among the most consistent running backs in the league this year. You should be starting him every single week.
The anemic Miami run game picked up nearly five yards per carry against the Bills last week. Sproles should have a big day.
The Lions continue to feed Bush as a runner, giving him 20 carries last week even though he picked up just 50 yards. That's a great sign for his owners.
Peterson ran for just 28 yards on 13 carries last week. Green Bay has surrendered the fourth least points per game to running backs this year, but owners are obviously starting Peterson.
The Rams held Williams to 40 yards on 15 carries last week, and Tampa Bay allows just 3.5 yards per carry on the season.
McFadden ran well in his first game back from a hamstring injury, and that was two weeks ago. I'd get him in your lineup this week.
Bernard had just 59 yards from scrimmage against the Lions last week. I'm betting the Bengals try to get him more involved against the Jets.
Bell racked up 93 yards on 19 carries against a strong Balitmore run defense. He should be started in all formats this week.
Morris picked up 95 yards on 19 carries last week, though he had all his touchdowns vultured by Roy Helu.
Lacy had 82 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries last week, and should remain a huge part of the offense with all the injuries in the passing game.
It sounds like Murray will suit up after missing last week's game with a sprained knee. If he plays, I'd feel good about starting him. It's hard to imagine the Cowboys starting the famously fragile back if he were at serious risk to get re-injured.
Brandon Jacobs is doubtful, meaning Hillis is in line for the start this week. He ran for 36 yards and a TD on 18 carries last week. Philly has been relatively tough on running backs this season.
Jackson saved his day last week with a short-yardage score and 49 receiving yards. He's an RB3 this week.
Rashard Mendenhall is doubtful, but keep your expectations for Ellington in check. The Cardinals coaching staff has indicated it doesn't want to overload the diminutive back.
Jackson is listed as probable and will almost certainly make his return from a hamstring injury. It's always a risk to start a guy in his first game back, but with six teams on bye this week, you should feel comfortable turning to Jackson in a pinch.
Ridley ran well again last week, picking up 50 yards and a TD on 11 carries. Miami has done well against the run this year, but Ridley shoud be started.
Stacy ran for just 53 yards on 17 carries against the Panthers last week. It won't be any easier against Seattle, but I still have him as an RB3.
Jones-Drew got just nine carries last week, as the Jaguars had to abandon the run once they were in a hole. Get used to it.
Steven Jackson is probable, and will likely get at least half of the touches this week. That makes it awfully hard to start Rodgers.
Spiller carried the ball just six times last week while nursing an ankle injury, and simply cannot be trusted for the time being.
James will start in place of the injured Doug Martin. He should be owned, but cannot be started in this matchup.
Thomas could play a larger role in the offense this week given the Bills struggles against the run last week.
Thomas carved himself out a role in the offense after running for 60 yards on 12 carries last week.
Powell had three carries while Chris Ivory racked up 34 a week ago. I'm not sure what that says, other than, "Don't trust any running back on the Jets."
You can't count on the touchdowns always being there for Helu. As such, he's nearly impossible to trust in fantasy leagues.
Bolden had eight carries and scored a touchdown a week ago. He appears to be the No. 2 behind Stevan Ridley.
With DeMarco Murray likely making his return from a sprained knee this week, you should only play Randle if desperate.
With Ronnie Hillman out, Ball could see a larger role in the offense this week. It won't be large enough, however, to consider starting him.
Green-Ellis typically struggles against stout run defenses. The Jets have allowed 3.1 yards per carry this year. You do the math.
Tolbert had 13 carries and a touchdown last week, but his role isn't consistent enough to consider him in fantasy leagues.
Miller had just nine carries to Daniel Thomas' 12 last week. This is now a full-fledged timeshare.
McGahee has 76 yards on 21 carries the last two weeks. He absolutely cannot be started against the Chiefs unless you're devoid of other options.
Bell had a larger role last week than he had at any point since Reggie Bush's return, but it still wasn't enough to move the needle.
I'm not reading too much into the Ivory-Bilal Powell split from last week. My main takeaway is that I don't want to touch this backfield.
Blount got just one carry last week. His 15 minutes are up.
Mendenhall is doubtful with a toe injury. He should not be anywhere near your starting lineup.
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