Michael Turner: 17 carries for 39 yards. Terrible game for Turner but it happens. Nothing to worry about here. Don’t even mess with anything here.
Ray Rice: 12 carries for 59 yards along with 3 catches for 43 yards. Rice was all right but nothing great here. All in all that pretty much how his season has went. His draft position thus leads to the view that he has letdown a bit.
Matt Forte: 21 carries for 69 yards along with 1 catch for 9 yards. Again Forte is not for TD heavy leagues and he hasn’t even been great in the PPR setups. Right now he is strictly a matchup guy here.
Adrian Peterson: 17 carries for 51 yards along with 4 catches for 24 yards. Average game for Peterson but don’t bank on him sinking with the rest of his teammates. He is way too good to be held for more than the occasional game.
Cedric Benson: 14 carries for 24 yards with 1 fumble along with 5 catches for 27 yards. It was another poor day running the ball for Benson but he surprised with the catches. Benson is not having a good follow up to his breakout last season and he really should only be started if the matchup is good.
Peyton Hillis: 19 carries for 82 yards with 1 TD and 1 fumble along with 4 catches for 27 yards. Hillis has been tremendous all season and seems to hit paydirt every week. All in all he has been one of the very best fantasy football values of the season.
LaDainian Tomlinson: 18 carries for 57 yards along with 6 catches for 53 yards. Nice game for Tomlinson who will be splitting carries going forward with Shone Greene in order to keep him fresh. So far so good. I still advise you to trade him if you haven’t done so already.
Shone Greene: 20 carries for 72 yards along with 3 catches for 22 ยูฟ่าเบท yards. Greene got more carries than did Tomlinson and he likely will get enough work to be relevant again in fantasy football. Right now however he is nothing more than a matchup play.
Ronnie Brown: 12 carries for 11 yards with 1 TD. Just an awful game for Brown who has been solid the last few weeks. Once again Brown fails to live up to the talent he has in 2010.
Chris Johnson: 17 carries for 117 yards with 1 TD along with 1 catch for 7 yards. Johnson’s numbers are significantly down from last season but he still has been very good. Its impossible to do what he did last season the very next year and so it shouldn’t be a shock he is not at that level. Still Johnson is getting the job done and helping out his owners is a big way like only he can do.
Arian Foster: 15 carries for 56 yards with 1 TD along with 1 catch for 4 yards. Foster hit paydirt in a game where he wasn’t great. That’s the sign of a top notch fantasy football commodity which Foster looks to be for the next few years.