Week 5: Runningbacks

Ronnie Hillman may be the lead back for Denver now.  Doug Martin finally topped 100 yards and Forsett finally helped owners.

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1. Leveon Bell

2. Jamaal Charles

3. Justin Forsett

4. Eddie Lacy

5. Dion Lewis

Bell heads to San Diego Monday night who’s giving up 4.9 yards per carry.  He’s caught  14 passes in 2 games.  Jamaal Charles is back home after two weeks on the road.  Chicago has not been good against the run.  Forsett finally had a good game against Pittsburgh.  The line blocked well and they will need him in the passing game also.  Lacy ran well last week.  He takes on the Rams who haven’t been good against the run.  St. Louis will be without Alec Ogeltree at linebacker who’s very important to the defense.  I expect Lacy to have a big game this week.  Dion Lewis and the Patriots are back off the bye week.  Dallas was run over by Atlanta a couple of weeks ago.  Lewis will catch passes and contribute in the run game.

6. Todd Gurley

7. Matt Forte

8. Arian Foster

9. Ronnie Hillman

10. LeGerrette Blount

Gurley got going in the second half after doing nothing last week.  I expect him to start getting work in early against Green Bay who gives up a ton of rushing yards.  Forte head to KC and he is still a key cog to the offense.  Kansas City is giving up the most points per game.  Foster didn’t do much in his return.  I think Houston comes out and is able to run all over Indy at home.  I expect a big night from Foster.  Hillman broke out last week and has a chance to repeat in Oakland.  Blount and Lewis make a good combo.  If the Patriots get way ahead they will pound the other team with Blount.  He’s a goal line threat and should get carries in general.

11. Mark Ingram

12.Devonta Freeman

13. TJ Yeldon

14. Joseph Randle

15. Jeremy Hill

16. Giovanni Bernard

17. Carlos Hyde

18. Danny Woodhead

19. Duke Johnson

20. Doug Martin

21. Chris Johnson

22. Latavius Murray

23. Marshawn Lynch

24. Alfred Morris


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