Peterson had his first AD game in weeks against Dallas, running for 140 yards a touchdown. He should feast on Washington.
Johnson finally had a big day, running for 150 yards and two scores against the Rams. He should be able to keep it going against a Jacksonville defense that has allowed the most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Bush torched the Bears the last time these teams met. Expect more of the same on Sunday.
Forte had a huge night against the Packers, totaling 179 yards and a touchdown. The Lions are in the middle of the pack in terms of points allowed to running backs this year.
Morris keeps on rolling, running for 121 yards and a touchdown against the Chargers. He is quietly having a great season.
Lacy is every bit the dominant back the Packers thought he was when they drafted him. While the Packers will lean on him even more with Aaron Rodgers out, the fact remains this offense will be much less effective.
McCoy was largely held in check on the ground last week, but that had a lot to do with Nick Foles' production through the air. Matt Forte gashed the Packers a week ago, and McCoy can do the same.
Carolina has been strong against the run this year, but San Francisco has been running at will on its current win streak. It should be a good test for Gore.
Lynch ran for 125 yards on 21 carries against the Buccaneers. Get him in there with confidence on Sunday.
Murray got just four carries in his first game back from a knee injury. Expect that number to be back up to normal this week.
Ellington ran for 154 yards and a touchdown in his first career start, likely earning himself a bigger role in the Arizona offense. He's an RB3 in a tough matchup this week.
Stacy broke out in style last week, running for 127 yards and two scores. That gives him 261 yards the last two weeks.
James had a huge day against the vaunted Seattle defense last week, running for 158 yards. Miami allows the second most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Mathews is the sort of dual-threat running back who can give the Broncos fits. Start him with confidence.
Spiller's ankle looked pretty strong last week when he ripped off two big runs en route to a 116-yard day against the Chiefs. Get him in your lineup on Sunday.
Thomas could get a ton of work if Darren Sproles has to sit after possibly suffering a concussion. He had seven catches for 66 yards with Sproles out most of last week's game.
Miller has played very well the last two weeks, but the Dolphins are missing the entire left side of their line after the Richie Incognito situation.
Bernard had potentially the run of the week against the Dolphins on his 35-yard TD scamper. This is a tough matchup, but he's still worth a play.
Jackson ran the ball effectively last week, picking up 57 yards on 13 carries against a strong Carolina defense. He's a potential deep RB2 this week.
Jennings will likely start in place of the injured Darren McFadden. He ran for 105 yards last week after the starter left with a hamstring injury.
Moreno missed practice early in the week, but is good to go for Sunday's game against the Chargers. Be sure to start him, just as you always would.
The Broncos allow the fourth-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks, good news for anyone who is an important part of the San Diego passing game, such as Woodhead.
Jackson ran well against the Chiefs, picking up 77 yards on 16 carries, but teammate C.J. Spiller ran for 116 yards. The latter could start to see his share of the carries increase as his ankle gets healthier.
Brown is set to make his season debut after breaking his leg in training camp. I'm already calling him an RB3.
Greene scored a touchdown and totaled 66 yards last week. He could be a sneaky play again against the porous Jaguars.
Bell continues to run well and should be started on Sunday, even though the Bills have allowed the sixth-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
The Titans allow the eighth-most fantasy points per game to running backs. Despite all the ineptitude around him, Jones-Drew is worth starting this week.
Tate will likely get the start as Arian Foster is dealing with multiple maladies. He ran well last week, picking up 81 yards on 22 carries, but Arizona's front seven is strong.
Rice is having the worst year of his career, averaging 2.7 yards per carry and 5.0 yards per reception.
Brown outperformed Trent Richardson last week, though I would not feel comfortable starting either of them.
Jonathan Stewart outgained DeAngelo Williams by one yard on four fewer carries last week. Williams' days of fantasy relevance could be numbered.
Rodgers continues to be phased out of the offense with Steven Jackson back.
Richardson ran for just 20 yards on eight carries last week and quite simply cannot be started in fantasy leagues right now.
Starks should see an uptick in activity with Aaron Rodgers out. The Packers will likely lean on the run game more than ever.
Green-Ellis ran for 72 yards last week, but that's only because he got 21 carries. Stay away from him in this tough matchup with the Ravens.
Stewart ran for 43 yards on nine carries in his 2013 debut. He shouldn't be trusted against San Francisco, but he could be the lead back in Carolina before it's all said and done.
You'd have to be awfully desperate to consider Bell this week, even in a decent matchup.
Mendenhall will likely be able to make his return from a toe injury this week, but he should not be trusted against the Texans.
We'll see if it was just a one-week stay in the doghouse for Hillman. But there won't be enough clarity before gametime to start him with confidence.
Ball's role in the offense may continue to grow, but you can't bet on that this week.
Hillis' role will diminish now that Andre Brown is back.
Thomas had 12 carries last week. He retains a role in the offense, but not one that makes him relevant in fantasy leagues.
You're in a lot of trouble if you're considering Helu this week.
The Baltimore run game has been dreadful most of the season, making Pierce a total non-factor in fantasy leagues.
Reece could see a bit more time if Darren McFadden sits, but not enough to make him relevant in fantasy leagues.
Tolbert cashed in again in short-yardage last week. Even with Jonathan Stewart back, he'll retain goal-line duties.
Jacobs' role will shrink significantly now that Andre Brown is back in the fold.
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