Some running backs must start imaginary football options every week, while others come and go based on matchups and other factors. Being a hit on under-the-radar plays is season-long fantasy and big in DFS. We’ve started two running backs this weekend to help you get ahead of Week 11 to help you achieve imaginative success.
Running back start
Duke Johnson, Texans Vs. Patriots
JohnsonDavid Johnson’s first start on the IR wasn’t great, but he was a dubious startup looking at 14 Texans 15 running attempts. He only had one goal, but we can chalk up to the strong winds in Cleveland from last week’s down number. The weather in Houston will be perfect this week and Johnson Will get a good matchup with Patriots, Allowing 6.6 yards per vehicle and six rushing touchdowns in the final four games.
Nheim Hines, Colt Vs. Packers
Playing a Colt Running back comes with many dangers, but Hines The bad side has shown strong enough to start this week Packers Run the defense. Green Bay will also be found Jair Alexander Back this week, wide receivers made it difficult to target while allowing the third-highest receiving yard by the Packers to run on the back. While possibly ending with another many other touchdown games, Hines should be able to give you the right PPR floor.
Running back seats
Darrell Henderson, Malcolm Brown And Why Acres All are watching the same task and now they will face one of the best run defenses in the league. For this matchup, you will need a touchdown of one of these players worthy of starting, as the yards should be hard to come by. Malcolm Brown Possible to get a goal line touchdown. Maybe a player, but overall, I just skip all three.
Young Bernard, Bangles Vs. Washington
Bernard The same Mix has been useful in getting the mix out and for some teams based on use alone it might be right for the game, but I don’t like this matchup for that. BernardThe best fantasy product comes through the air while Washington Washington has been one of the better teams to stop receiving backs this season.
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