After being a non-factor against the Broncos last week, Charles should have a monster game on Sunday.
Bush struggled against the Steelers, running for just 31 yards on 12 carries and catching two of his five targets. You're starting him every week, but the Buccaneers have been decent against opposing running backs, allowing the 12th-fewest fantasy points per game to the position.
Forte ran for 83 yards on 18 carries against the Lions and should have a big game against a St. Louis defense that has allowed the third-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
The Bears have allowed the seventh-most fantasy points per game this year, and just got torched by the struggling Ray Rice. Stacy should be started with the utmost confidence.
Gore picked up just 48 yards on 13 carries against the Saints, but he should have a huge day against a Washington defense allowing the second-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
The stink in Minnesota is starting to rub off on Peterson just a bit. He has rushed for 75 yards or fewer in five of his last six games as he battles a tender groin.
Jennings will likely start again this week and is a great play against a Tennessee defense allowing the fifth-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Brown had a bit of a down game in his second game back, but is a great play against a Dallas defense allowing the most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Tate ran well again last week, picking up 88 yards on 19 carries. He should be started against a Jacksonville defense that allows the eighth-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Lacy appears to be the biggest loser in the wake of Aaron Rodgers' injury, as he had just 27 yards on 14 caries last week. He should still be considered a weekly starter, though. The ceiling is just too high.
Bell had a rough day against the strong Detroit front four, but he was able to soften the blow by catching four passes for 52 yards. He should be started against a Cleveland team that is in the middle of the pack in terms of fantasy points allowed to running backs.
Vereen caught eight passes for 65 yards in his first game since Week 1. He's an RB2 for the rest of the season.
Rainey has a tough matchup with the Lions, but he should be started in light of his 163-yard, three-touchdown game last week.
Moreno slogged for 79 yards on 27 carries against the Chiefs last week. He could be in line for a big day against a New England defense that has struggled against the run without Vince Wilfork.
The Giants have allowed the 10th-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs, but that shouldn't stop you from starting Murray.
For some reason, Ellington got just eight carries last week. Without an increase in his workload, he can't be considered more than an RB3.
Johnson had a monster first quarter against the Colts last week, finishing the night with 86 yards and two touchdowns. The Raiders present a neutral matchup, making him an RB2.
Brown likely wrested control of the running back job from Trent Richardson, running for 80 yards and two touchdowns last week. Consider him an RB3 against an Arizona defense that has allowed the fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
Sproles had another down game last week, but is a strong play this week given the matchup.
Rice finally had a big day, picking up 131 yards and a touchdown against the Bears. The Jets present a much tougher matchup, as they've allowed the second-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
Thomas could be in line for a big game against an Atlanta defense that has allowed the 10th-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Mathews ran for 127 yards on 19 carries last week, but the Chiefs allow the fifth-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
Morris is having the best season you hear nothing about, as he has 918 yards and is averaging 5.1 yards per carry.
Jackson has had an underwhelming first season in Atlanta, and don't look for him to turn it around this week, even against a New Orleans defense that allows 4.9 yards per carry.
The Dolphins allow the fourth-most fantasy points per game to running backs, but the timeshare in Carolina really hurts Williams' prospects.
Ivory had a great day against the Bills, running for 98 yards and a score on 17 carries. The Ravens are a completely different beast, though, allowing the third-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
Ogbonnaya totaled 99 yards from scrimmage last week and could be an interesting player if the coaches let him overtake Willis McGahee on the depth chart.
Jones-Drew scored again last week, but picked up just 23 yards on 14 carries. He's an RB3 this week.
Ball had his best game as a pro, running for 25 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries. He could be a factor in fantasy leagues down the stretch.
Miller got just four carries for 17 yards last week. Meanwhile, Daniel Thomas had 10 carries for 57 yards and a score.
Rodgers got six carries and two targets last week. His role remains too small to consider him in fantasy leagues, and he could see it further marginalized by Antone Smith.
Woodhead should not be considered against a Kansas City defense that allows the fifth-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs and generally does a good job against receiving options out of the backfield.
Ridley was running well last week until he fumbled deep in Carolina territory, earning a temporary benching from Bill Belichick.
Bell outperformed Reggie Bush by a wide margin last week, but that doesn't mean he'll be in for more touches this week.
Mendenhall had a whopping 14 yards on 13 carries last week. Keep him planted on your bench.
McGahee ran for 13 yards on six carries and should only be owned out of obligation.
While the Dolphins have been terrible against the run, it's hard to trust Stewart in a timeshare like the one in which he finds himself.
Bobby Rainey is clearly in control of the backfield. Leonard is no more than a weak handcuff.
Powell got just five carries last week. At this point, it'll take an injury to Chris Ivory to make him fantasy-relevant again.
Ingram was back to his old self against San Francisco, lending even more credence to the notion that his huge game against Dallas was an anomaly.
Tolbert got six carries last week, but there are too many mouths to feed in this backfield to consider him in fantasy leagues.
Pierce carried the ball 10 times for 18 yards last week and remains nothing more than a handcuff.
Thomas had 10 carries for 57 yards and a score last week, but he should not be considered against a Carolina defense allowing the seventh-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
Richardson ran for just 22 yards on eight carries last week and appears to have been passed by Donald Brown on the depth chart. He's the Bust of the Season for 2013.
Blount got 10 carries after Stevan Ridley temporarily fumbled away his role in the offense last week.
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