The Redskins actually haven't been giving up a ton of rushing yards lately, but RBs have been scoring against them and the matchup is still beatable.
Falcons are giving up the 2nd most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks and RBs are getting 30+ carries a game against them, so start him at home.
Cowboys still give up the most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks and we know he's going to get the ball at home, so looking great.
Obviously it's a tougher matchup on the road, but we're not benching Peterson this late in the season.
Has produced against them in their last 4 games straight so while it's a tough matchup, they can be run on if a back gets volume, which is what he'll get.
Looks like there's a greater commitment to him these days and the Bears are giving up 180 RB rushing yards per game so you should probably start him.
Could've had 2-3 TDs last week and he also got 10 carries and the 5 catches so remains very involved in PPR Gold.
Was limited to 1.8 YPC on 9 carries earlier this year which is disconcerting but they're at home and Seattle has not been a brick wall against the run this year.
Returned to practice on Friday and the Eagles are giving up the 10th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks including solid production in the passing game.
Lions are absolutely smothering right now against the run so will have to do it in the passing game and will likely get 5+ catches.
The Chargers got rocked against the run last week and he continues to produce and the Chargers give up the 7th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks, so start him.
Indications are positive and he practiced so should play and Dolphins do present a beatable matchup.
Oddly unproductive last week but the Titans do give up the 6th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks, including 6+ catches to RBs.
There is definitely a very good chance for significant volume at home so pretty solid start this week.
Surprising performance last week and he's all of a sudden getting it done, and GB has been brutal against the run, giving up the 3rd most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks.
Looked really good last week carrying the football with 31 snaps and 15 touches, and this is a very good matchup.
Denver can be decent against the run but they do give up catches to RBs, and he did have 6 catches last week on 7 targets.
Looks like a good bet to get volume at home with Ellington banged up and he's looked good, plus the Rams give up the 4th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks.
Still a bit of a reach but continues to get the ball with 22 touches last week and while we can't expect that going forward, he certainly is viable.
Played a solid 24 snaps last week with 14 touches and the Titans do give up the 6th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks.
Seems like a great bet to get volume at home against an inferior offense, so has a chance to come through if you need him and even some upside.
The Giants are still pretty solid against the run, but they do give up over 5 catches per game to RBs, yet his poor game last week means he should probably be knocked down to a flex starter.
Had 2 TDs last week and has been productive for the most part all year, but Spiller is more in the mix these days, and the Bucs are tough to run on yet versatility does help.
They clearly want to feed him the ball because they literally have no passing attack, so he has a chance at home if you're desperate.
The matchup isn't brutal at this point and the Vikings do give up catches to RBs and he is at least home, but obviously expectations need to be held in check.
Might be leveling off a little bit with Ingram still in the mix and Sproles back but the matchup isn't great, but the Panthers do give up 6+ RB catches per game.
May still have an ankle issue but he did look excellent last week, yet on the road the TB defense does have the speed to contain him.
We know he'll get the ball so he's viable, but the Cards are outstanding against the run and giving up the 2nd fewest FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks.
Surprising 19 touches last week including 5 catches but the matchup is not very good, as the Giants still give up only 66 rushing yards per game to RBs in their last 4,
The solid Chief defense is actually giving up the 5th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks and we know he'll get the ball at home and look at that! He actually caught 3 passes last week.
Certainly a tougher matchup but at least the Panthers give up 6+ catches per game to RBs in their last 5.
Assuming for now that Thomas will be ruled out, he did get a healthy 23 touches last week and the matchup isn't as scary as it once was.
Actually played 17 snaps last week and got 11 carries but probably not a week to reach him.
Played 31 snaps last week with 10 touches so remains a viable long shot if desperate in a PPR.
Continues to get a healthy number of touches with 12 last week and double digit points in a PPR, but this matchup doesn't look that great.
Played 21 snaps last week with 12 touches so not a horrible option if desperate with a beatable matchup.
He was a surprise inactive in Week 11 with Shane Vereen back so you can't consider him.
Packers are giving up the 3rd most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks so a viable reach if desperate but while he had 27 snaps last week, he had just 5 touches.
Suffered a concussion last week and this matchup is absolutely nasty on the road.
Once again we never know how this backfield is going to go, but the arrow is pointing up to Blount and you'd think he has a chance to grind out some production late in the game.
If you're absolutely desperate, teams are running on the Falcons 30+ times a game with RBs and they give up the 2nd most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks.
Played 31 snaps last week with 8 touches including 4 catches and for what it's worth, the Chiefs are giving up the 5th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks.
Actually looked decent last week while playing 19 snaps with 16 touches and the Pats, for what it's worth, have been getting run on.
Running game really struggled for most of the game last week and he barely came through at the end so nothing more than a flex starter with a so-so matchup.
Played only 6 snaps last week with only 1 carry, but at least this matchup is fantastic.
Played 40 snaps last week with 9 touches and at least the Pats have been run on.
This could be a great week to give him volume to close out the hapless Browns, but the guy was inactive last week so we can't expect anything.
Played only 13 snaps last week with 5 touches so needless to say, he's not a good option.
Pretty worthless if Bell is active.
Got a decent 8 carries last week in Seattle but another tough matchup, so very hard to get behind.
Always a major reach but the Jets do tend to give up some catches to RBs.