Some of the top guys in years past have slid a bit. Younger guys are making a push for top 15 spots. Many teammates will split carries.
The league’s rushing leader of week 13 and the season has a tough week 14 match up. He was able to rush for 108 yards against the same team a few weeks back. So he is a must start at home this week as always.
8 Backs rushed for over 100 yards last week. Including Bryce Brown who busted onto the scene with a 178 yard performance. He will be back for the Eagles again in Dallas.
The bye weeks are over and some top backs are fresh off bye weeks. One of them tops my list this week.
Week 11 could be a lower scoring week for the runningback position. Peterson and Lynch are on byes and there’s some tough matchups for others.
Rookie Doug Martin had a monster fantasy week in Oakland. Find out where he lands on this week top 24.
Lets take a look at the top 24 backs for week 9.
Houston’s Arian Foster is the top overall player on my board. Five other backs, three QB’s and one wide receiver find themselves in my top ten.
Many fantasy leauges have ditched the touchdown heavy scoring. yardage and receptions have boosted the overall scoring. Even kick return points for indiviual returners have caught on. A mostly over looked stat in fantasy. It can make an average player a real asset to your team. Darren Sproles is the king when it comes to this area. Another reason to grab him higher than most would think. Let’s take a look at some of the top all-purpose players since 2009.