Charles continued his MVP-caliber season, running for 151 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries last week.
McCoy carved up the Lions for 217 yards and two touchdowns last week. The Vikings have allowed the sixth-most fantasy points to running backs.
Forte had 175 total yards and a score against the Cowboys last week. He's an RB1 every single week.
Murray torched the Bears for 146 yards on 18 carries last week. He's an RB1 against a Green Bay defense that allows the 10th-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Lynch picked up 72 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries against the Niners last week. He's an RB1, as usual, this week.
Washington allows the second-most fantasy points per game to running backs, making Jackson a great play this week.
Morris surpassed the 1,000-yard mark last week. Start him with confidence against an Atlanta defense that has allowed the seventh-most fantasy points to running backs.
Mathews is a high-end RB2 against a Denver defense that has allowed the ninth-most fantasy points to running backs.
The Cowboys allow the most fantasy points per game to running backs, making Lacy a great play if his ankle isn't a problem.
Gore had a huge day against the Seahawks, running for 110 yards on 17 carries, though one of those did go for 51 yards. However, the Bucs have been better than you think against the run, allowing the seventh-fewest points to backs this year.
Ellington impressed after missing one game with a knee injury, running for 46 yards and a score on 11 carries. Get him in there against a Titans defense that allows the fourth-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Spiller had just 22 yards on 11 carries last week. Consider him a mid-tier RB2 this week.
With Willis McGahee out because of a concussion, Ogbonnaya could be a very sneaky play this week. The Bears allow the third-most fantasy points per game to running backs, and have allowed a 100-yard rusher in each their last six game, including the one and only Benny Cunningham.
Bush was a last-minute scratch after aggravating his calf injury during warmups. He's expected to play this week.
Tate followed up his huge performance by running for just 53 yards on 14 carries against the Jaguars. Consider him a mid-tier RB2 this week.
Thomas is a great play against a Rams defense that has allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to running backs this year.
Stacy ran for just 25 yards on 14 carries in a tough matchup with Arizona, though he did find the end zone. The Saints are softer against the run, but St. Louis could be forced to pass a lot on Sunday.
Moreno had 109 total yards and a score last week. Get him in your lineup with confidence against the Chargers.
Vereen had a monster game last week, catching 12 passes for 153 yards. His role could increase further with Rob Gronkowski done for the year.
Miller suffered a concussion last week, but the Dolphins are confident he'll play on Sunday.
Todman is likely to start this week with Maurice Jones-Drew dobutful because of a hamstring injury. Consider him a high-end RB3.
Ball ran for 77 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries last week, and appears to have a solid role in the offense. Consider him an RB3 this week.
Peterson is a good bet to sit after suffering a foot injury last week.
Brown got just four carries against the Bengals, though a lot of that was because of game situation. It's hard to trust him as more than an RB3 this week.
Brown ran for 81 yards on 15 carries last week, but Seattle presents a very tough matchup.
Ridley emerged from Bill Belichick's doghouse last week, running for 35 yards on eight carries. I'm cautiously callling him a low-end RB2 against a Miami defense that has allowed the eighth-most fantasy points to running backs.
Denver has struggled against running backs this year, making Woodhead a low-end RB2 this week.
Though Andre Ellington is back, Mendenhall is a solid play against Tennessee. Just don't count on the officials giving him another gift touchdown.
Bell has been a solid dual threat in his rookie season, but the Bengals allow the fifth-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
Rainey ran for 127 yards and a touchdown last week, though most of his damage came on his 80-yard TD scamper. He's no better than an RB3 against San Francisco.
Jackson had just five carries for 12 yards last week. Consider him a low-end RB2 this week.
Johnson had 46 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries against the Broncos. The Cardinals allow the fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
Bernard had 148 yards from scrimmage against the Colts last week. Despite the projection, he is an RB2 this week.
Rice racked up 109 total yards against the Vikings last week, but he will likely struggle against Detroit's tough front four.
Jennings is likely to return this week after missing last week's game with a concussion. He'll be a low-end RB should he go.
Sproles had 61 yards from scrimmage last week, but could be in for a nice day against a St. Louis defense that has allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to running backs.
Williams is not an advisable play this week, as the Jets have allowed the second-fewest fantasy points to running backs.
If you're in a very deep league, Rodgers could be a decent play given that Washington allows the second-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Reece had a huge game against the Jets, running for 123 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries. His stock will take a huge hit with Rashad Jennings returning. Congrats if you used him last week, but it's time to move on.
Green-Ellis ran for 48 yards and two scores last week. Consider him an RB3 against the Steelers.
Ivory ran for 76 yards and a score on 18 carries last week, but he is not an advisable play against the Panthers, who allow the third-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
Gerhart would be a high-end RB3 if he starts in place of Adrian Peterson.
The Patriots have allowed the 12th-most fantasy points to running backs this year. Still, I wouldn't rely on Thomas if better options are available.
Bell ran for 63 yards and a touchdown starting in place of Reggie Bush, but the lattter is expected back this week.
Powell got just eight carries last week and cannot be played against a Carolina defense that allows the third-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
The Dolphins have allowed the eighth-most fantasy points to running backs, but it's nearly impossible to trust any back on the Patriots, other than Shane Vereen.
Stewart should not be started in fantasy leagues going up against a Jets defense that allows the second-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
Tolbert is not a fantasy option.
The Saints could run more than usual given that the Rams feature one of the league's softest run defenses, but you still shouldn't be considering Ingram.
Richardson had six carries for 20 yards last week. That seems to be his line every week.
Pierce got just seven carries last week and has too small a role to be relevant in fantasy leagues.
McGahee is out this week because of a concussion.
Johnson again had a bit part in the offense last week. He is not relevant in fantasy leagues.
Jones-Drew is listed as doubtful for Sunday because of a hamstring injury. Even if he plays, you cannot trust him.
McFadden's status for Week 15 is still up in the air, but you won't want to play him if he does go.
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