Huge game last week, so keep starting him while you can as the Giants are giving up 22.9 FPG to RBs.
Put up a healthy 15.5 FPG against them last year and the Packers are giving up 31.7 FPG to RBs.
Titan D got shredded last week and give up 125 yards rushing per game to RBs.
Great game last week with 33 touches and the Titans are giving up 125 rushing per game to RBs so keep starting him.
Still played 72% of the snaps last week despite the huge game from Sproles and he did average 28.5 FPG against them last year.
He has been an absolute beast and the Rams can get run on, so keep starting him.
Just missed a TD last week with 12 touches and the Bills do give up 6.5/62 per game receiving to RBs.
He did get 23 touches last week and the Browns are giving up a whopping 34 FPG to RBs.
He did run for 138 yards on 34 carries against them last year and the Eagles made Trent Richardson look like a solid back last week.
Tough matchup as the Jets are giving up only 36 rushing yards per game to RBs so far, but we know he can make up for it in the passing game.
Huge game last week, with 18 touches and 2 TDs, and the Jags are getting destroyed by RBs giving up 41.4 FPG.
Played 37% of the snaps last week and went off, so while the Skins have been tough against RBs, he is a good start.
This game sets up perfectly for him once again as the Raiders give up 34/181/1 rushing per game to RBs so far.
Another 22 touches last week with 4 more catches, so keep using him as he owns this backfield.
The Bear run D is still quite shaky and they give up 25 FPG to RBs so he could come through if you need him.
Played only 19 snaps last week which is ridiculous, but the matchup is terrific as the Raiders are giving up 32 FPG to RBs.
The foot is still bothering him and the matchup looks pretty tough, but he did catch 8 balls against them last year and he scored.
He killed them last year with 36.7 points on 32 touches, so obviously on the radar and looking very good if Martin is out.
Practiced early in the week with his ankle injury, so if he is fine by week's end he is a must-start in this run friendly offense.
He crushed them last year as a runner and receiver, averaging 20 FPG, and the Packers are giving up 31.7 FPG to RBs.
Continues to produce big totals when he is the guy with 28.5 points last week in a PPR and it's not looking good for Charles.
Cowboy defense hasn't been awful, but they wised up and gave him 66% of the snaps last week and he delivered, so a solid start.
Dealing with a back issue this week and the matchup isn't great, but in your lineup if he goes.
Lions really held him in check last year as he only put up 8.3 FPG, but while the Lions have a good rushing defense they are giving up rushing TDs.
Panthers are quite nasty against the run giving up only 68.5 rushing yards to RBs, but they do give up 6.5 catches per game.
Got another 12 touches last week and while the Browns are talented they are giving up 6 RB catches per game and 34 FPG to the position.
Ran hard last week, so has a chance this week as the Jags are giving up 148/2 on the ground to RBs 7/46 in the air.
Played 68% of the snaps last week and the Saints are giving up 29.4 FPG to RBs.
Looked a lot better last week and while Seattle is a touch matchup they are giving up 7 catches per game to RBs thus far.
Averaged only 3 YPC on 28 carries last week and the Cards are again very stiff against the run, but he does look great.
Played 23 snaps last week which is a number that will rise, so viable as their lead runner with Mathews out.
Another 21 touches last week with 47 snaps, but the Ravens are giving up only 67 rushing yards per game to RBs.
Chargers are tough to run on but give up 8.5/62/1.5 to RBs in the passing game, and he does look pretty good.
Played 19 snaps last week, with 11 carries, and the Rams can be run on for sure if desperate.
Has actually run pretty well this year, but a poor YPC last week, yet the Steelers are giving up 163 rushing to RBs so far per game so worth a shot if DeAngelo is out.
Played 69% of the snaps last week and he did score so viable if MJD is ruled out again.
Played only 37% of the snaps last week, but that number should be increasing with Ingram out and the Vikings give up a decent 4/49/.5 per game to receiving RBs.
Poor game last week, but 14 touches and the Chargers are giving up 8.5/62/1.5 receiving to RBs.
Will have to step up for the injured Ingram and play more and while the Vikings have been pretty good against the run, this is hardly a shutdown defense.
Had 12 touches last week and didn't exactly produce and did little against them last year as they can be tough against the run.
A very poor game last week, but the Bears can definitely be run on and give up 25 FPG to RBs.
Only 9 touches last week and he looks worthless, but if he can practice late in the week it is certainly a good matchup as the Colts give up 35 FPG to RBs.
Played a healthy 28 snaps last week with 13 touches, but the matchup isn't great as Ravens give up only 67 rushing yards per game to RBs.
The Niners are only giving up 69.5 running back rushing yards thus far, so not a great week to use him but he's the #2 for now.
Played only 4 snaps last week and the Lion run D is quite nasty giving up only 43 rushing yards per game to RBs.
Banged up this week and the Bengals are stingy against the run, so look for another option.
Played a decent 32% of the snaps last week and the Saints do give up 29.4 FPG if desperate.
He did play 20 snaps last week, but only 5 touches and the Cards are giving up only 17 PPG to RBs.
Lynch has a back issue this week and Turbin played 30% of the snaps but Michael could return.
Still played 30% of the snaps last week, but only 7 touches yet this matchup is beatable.
He is a major reach, especially on the road in Seattle, but he did get 12 snaps and 5 carries last week.