Charles will be counted on to have a big day against a Denver defense that has allowed the 10th-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Washington allows the fifth-most fantasy points per game to running backs. Expect a monster day from McCoy.
Morris keeps on cranking out monster games. He ran for 139 yards on 26 carries last week and should be trusted as an RB1 every week.
Gore ran well in a tough matchup last week, picking up 82 yards on 16 carries against the Panthers. The Saints allow five yards per carry to opposing running backs.
We saw the headwind created by Aaron Rodgers' injury on Lacy last week -- he had just 73 yards on 24 carries. But he should improve against the Giants defense.
Ellington again outplayed Rashard Mendenhall and got 11 carries, a season-high for him in a game that Mendenhall also played. Consider him an RB2 this week.
There's reason to be optimistic about Peterson in this matchup, beyond the fact that he's Peterson. Zac Stacy and Mike James both had huge games on the ground against the Seahawks recently.
Bush totaled 113 yards from scrimmage last week and could be in for a big day against a Pittsburgh defense that allows the ninth-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Forte struggled against the strong front four of the Lions last week and now goes up against a Ravens defense allowing the second-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
The Dolphins allow the second-most points per game to running backs, making Mathews an RB1 this week.
Lynch is on a tear of late and should keep that going against a Minnesota defense that allows the eighth-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Tate got just 56 yards on 15 carries last week, but the important thing is that his ribs held up. He should be universally started this week.
Kansas City is vulnerable against the run, allowing five yards per carry. Look for the Broncos to lean on Moreno a bit more than usual.
Brown had a huge 2013 debut last week, running for 115 yards and a touchdown on 30 carries. He's an RB2 for the rest of the season.
Bell didn't have a great day in terms of yards per carry, but he did score and added three receptions for 39 yards. Start him this week, even against that strong front four of Detroit.
Bernard had another big day as a dual-threat running back, and can be trusted in every matchup.
Miller had a whopping two yards on seven carries last week. The Chargers have been decent against opposing running backs this season, making him no better than an RB3/4.
Rainey ran for 45 yards and a score on eight carries last week, and looks like the Buccaneer running back to own after Mike James broke his ankle. He's an RB3/flex this week.
Johnson fell flat in a great matchup last week, running for just 30 yards on 12 carries against the Jaguars. The Colts allow the seventh-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs, making Johnson a RB3 this week.
Sproles got himself back in the offense last week, reclaiming the role as pass-catching back from Pierre Thomas. He's a solid play this week.
Jennings will start in place of Darren McFadden again, but isn't a great play against the Texans. Consider him a flex option.
Jackson picked up 55 yards on 12 carries last week and again outperformed C.J. Spiller. Neither is a great play against the Jets, though.
The Panthers allow the sixth-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs, making this a tough matchup for Ridley.
Stewart again outperformed DeAngelo Williams. While both have a role in the offense, Stewart should start to see a few more touches per game.
The Steelers shut down Spiller, who appeared to be back to his old self two weeks ago. He's hard to trust against a Jets team that allows the third-fewest points per game to running backs.
Rice had just 30 yards on 18 carries against the Bengals last week, but the Bears could be a cure to what ails him. Consider him a flex this week.
Woodhead should carve up the Miami linebackers, who are not the best in coverage. Consider him a strong RB3/flex play this week.
Brown has seen his role increase in recent weeks. He caught five passes for 64 yards and a touchdown last week and I honestly feel better about him than I do Trent Richardson.
Jackson ran for just 11 yards on nine carries against the Seahawks. For all their struggles this season, the Bucs have allowed the 10th-fewest fantasy points to running backs. Jackson cannot be trusted.
Williams ran for fewer yards on more carries than Jonathan Stewart, though he got the touchdown last week. He's a low-end RB3 for Week 11.
The Bills have actually been tough against opposing running backs this year, allowing the ninth-fewest fantasy points per game. Ivory is a flex at best.
Thomas is still the No. 1 runner in New Orleans, despite Mark Ingram's huge game last week. He's a low-end RB2 this week.
Jones-Drew scored last week, but otherwise struggled to get anything going. He can't be considered anything more than a flex play against Arizona.
We simply cannot be sure if he'll overtake Chris Ivory again, and that makes him too unreliable to start this week.
Rodgers played more of a role in the offense last week, but he doesn't get enough touches to be considered in fantasy leagues with Steven Jackson around.
Bell ran well against the Bears, picking up 41 yards on 10 carries, but his role remains too small to consider him in fantasy leagues.
With bye weeks wrapping up, Greene's short window of fantasy usefulness is closing.
Pierce ran for 31 yards on eight carries last week, numbers of which Ray Rice would be extremely jealous.
With Shane Vereen's return looming, Bolden's role could be all but gone in the coming weeks, but when has Bill Belichick been predictable.
Tolbert is an excellent player for the Panthers, but with Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams healthy, he just doesn't see enough touches to be relevant in fantasy leagues.
Leonard will see an uptick in touches this week, but I'm betting Bobby Rainey is the Bucaneer running back you want to own.
McGahee hasn't shown a thing since the Browns signed him and absoultely should not be started going up against the Bengals.
Mendenhall returned from a toe injury to run for 42 yards on 13 carries last week. Given his timeshare with Ellington, Mendenhall is a flex play against the dreadful Jaguars.
Green-Ellis got just nine carries for 36 yards last week. His role in the offense is simply too erratic to trust him.
Ogbonnaya is a decent receiver out of the backfield for the Browns, but he isn't a fantasy option for anyone.
Snelling could see a larger role this week if Steven Jackson continues to struggle, but fantasy owners cannot count on that.
Reece came through for fantasy owners when Darren McFadden was injured last year, but he no longer holds onto that role.
Richardson was a comical no-show against the Rams, running for two yards on five carries. Plain and simple, he is not a fantasy option.
Ingram had 145 yards and a score on 14 carries, but that was largely dictated by game situation. I do not expect a repeat against San Francisco.
Ball appears to have supplanted Ronnie Hillman as the No. 2, but his role still isn't significant enough to warrant fantasy consideration.
Blount is no longer a fantasy option with Stevan Ridley firmly in place as the No. 1 and the bye weeks all but passed.
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