Was contained on the ground actually early this year but did score 2 TDs plus 5/50 in the passing game.
Huge game last week yet again and while the Browns are solid against the run, they do give up 6.8 catches per game to RBs the last 5 weeks.
Giants have been strong against the run in the second half of the season but they are starting to slip a little bit and he's a must start in what should be a game they're in control of.
An amazing 17 targets last week and 12/153 and will clearly get the ball a lot with a beatable matchup.
Obviously last week was incredible and with no weather concerns and a beatable matchup on the table, he's a must start.
Clearly getting the ball these days, with another 20 touches last week, and the Packers are giving up the 4th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks so he's basically a must-start.
Has looked fantastic the last 2 weeks and he popped off 2 plays for TDs against them earlier this year.
Good matchup and Redskins should have a much better chance to sustain offense and run off more play/runs with RGIII on the bench.
This looks like a Thomas game, after a couple of bad matchups, as the Rams are giving up the 5th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks including 8 catches a game to RBs in their last 5.
He'll be a slam dunk starter if Lacy is ruled out as the Cowboys are awful, but no matter what, there's more potential than usual this week.
If he plays with ankle injury, he's very hard to sit, as the Cowboys continue to give up the most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks.
This is a big test for him and we'd have to guess he'll fail, as the Cards give up the fewest FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks, yet the guy continues to find a way to get something done.
Looked good last week and a very solid flex if you need him as the Titans give up the 3rd most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks including 7+ RB receptions per game.
Only 9 touches last week on 37 snaps, but he has been getting catches lately and this matchup is certainly solid enough to keep using him if you need him.
A little disappointing last week but he still averaged 4.7 YPC and the Redskins have been giving up rushing TDs lately, so still viable at home.
Did not play against them earlier this year and while the matchup is below average, the Bengals do give up a whopping 9 RB catches per game, and he had 9 targets and 5 catches last week.
Obviously the matchup is tougher but at least he's at home and the Seahawks do give up 7+ catches per game to RBs, so he has a chance in the passing game.
Looked really good last week and the Pats can be vulnerable to the run but the status of Miller will likely be the decider on Thomas' value this week.
Has been getting the ball and looks pretty solid and he did have 22/75 against them earlier this year so not a horrendous option.
Feeling better from the concussion and it looks like McFadden will be out again.
MJD not sounding optimistic, so Todman could be a sneaky reach, as the Bills continue to give up numbers to RBs and the 8th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks.
Bush's status may not be clear until Monday but obviously he is in the mix and probably a must-start if Bush is ruled out in a PPR.
Surprisingly contained as a runner last week but he did get 17 carries and the Titans have been very shaky against the run all year and are giving up the 3rd most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks.
Reports suggest he'll play butg use extreme caution as you may not have the luxury of waiting until Monday night.
Did have 22/81 rushing against them earlier this year and the Colts do give up the 9th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks but he's not exactly a lock to come through even with volume
Jags have improved against the run, but we won't have a weather problem here and the matchup is still beatable here if you need some upside.
At least they're home and he'll get volume and could always score, but the Saints are pretty stingy against the run and fly to the ball well, so also some downside if they get blown out.
Looked a bit better last week and the Rams do give up the 5th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks including 8 catches a game.
Their commitment to the run helped him pop off a long one last week which is what he'll likely need this week, as TB is giving up the 2nd fewest FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks yet the Niners should be in control in this one.
Dealing with a hammy injury, but has a better chance to play than Peterson and always produces when he has volume.
Got the volume last week with 18 carries and 76/1 so he remains viable, but this is a tough spot for him and the offense so don't expect much.
Looks like he'll be cleared, but Thomas in the mix is a significant Monkey Wrench, so more of a desperation play.
Jets giving up the 4th fewest FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks still and not many rushing TDs so probably not a week to consider him.
He may not even get to 30 yards rushing based on his body of work and this matchup, so you're going to have to hope he gets lucky and/or catches a lot of passes.
Played 15 snaps last week but with only 3 carries, yet if you're desperate, this is the type of game where he could do something late, as the Saints should kill them.
A major reach off the bench against a good defense, but he's the No. 2 with Jacobs on the IR.
Did play a healthy 28 snaps last week and the Panthers do give up 6 RB catches per game but a pretty shaky play to say the least.
Played a decent 22 snaps last week with 10 touches so not a horrendous option if you're desperate at home against a beatable defense.
Played a decent 22 snaps last week with 9 touches but obviously Ridley is in the mix and looked a bit better last week.
Had 14 touches last week on 32 snaps and will get touches again with Stewart out, but matchup is as tough as it gets.
Had 2 TDs last week but the Cards give up the fewest FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks so not a week to trot him out there.
McGahee has a concussion so he's definitely on the radar as a reach against this horrendous run defense.
Played 16 snaps last week and looked good on his TD run and also had 13 touches but still a major reach.
Ran a little more confidently last week but still only played 16 snaps with 9 touches, which isn't the stuff of fantasy legend.
You'd think that Cousins would be inclined to check it down more often to him, and the Falcons do give up the 2nd most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks, including 5 RB receptions per game.
McGahee dealing with a concussion so he's on the radar against this horrendous defense.
Looked a bit better last week and caught 5 of his 6 targets for 68 yards, and the Texans actually do give up the 6th most FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks.
Dealing with a concussion, but if he is cleared to play and is active, you could do worse for a reach against this terrible run defense.
He actually looked fairly decent on a couple plays last week and he did score but a major reach against a good run defense.
Came through last week with a good matchup and while we know he'll get the ball and it helps he's home, the Niners are giving up the 5th fewest FPPG to RBs the last 5 weeks.
Did next to nothing with his 8 touches last week with Richardson a bit more involved, and only 6/49 against them earlier this year rushing.