Let’s be honest, our running back pics didn’t go so well last week.
Matt Forte fell flat on his face, as did Ronnie Hillman while DeMarco Murray had a good game and LeSean McCoy got in the end zone.
This week we’re focusing on middle tier running backs. You know who all the big names are, and they should do well. But here are some middle-of-the-road guys that will provide you value and points. Check it out:
Though is officially listed as questionable Ingram will likely play on Sunday barring a setback in practice during the week. This beast has posted hundred and 72 100 and 120 yards in his last three games, not to mention five receptions for 32 yards. Cincinnati is reeling, New Orleans should win big, Ingram will benefit and you will profit.
Morris scored three touchdowns in the last two weeks. He hasn’t topped 100 yards yet this year but look for in the break that streak this week against the lowly Tampa Bay Buccaneers at home. Plus he has a starting quarterback back, so the Bucs defense will be kept honest.
New England isn’t bad against the run, but Bradshaw’s multifaceted and catches the ball out of the backfield. He is one of Luck’s favorite targets in the red zone and in this high-scoring affair you can expect Bradshaw to get his share.
Same game, same concept, different team— though Vereen is more of a pass catcher and runner he gets the snaps because of his versatility and his ability to block, which gains him a lot of yards on screen passes. Look for high-scoring game and Vereen to be in the end zone.
Also listed as questionable so watch his status as game time approaches. Gore will need plenty of oxygen this week because I’m sure he will be tired from running up and down the field all over the Giants defense or lack thereof. And he is cheap! Don’t miss out on this value pick.
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Check back tomorrow for our recommendations on wide receivers and tight ends.