Saturday, December 25, 2010

Positions to consider for all Super Bowl participants

Running Backs –
Avoid – Ray Rice/Ravens – Despite the fact that RR has put up some huge Fantasy numbers over the last two weeks this week doesn’t match up well for him as the Browns are a tough out at home (ask New England) and will be looking to salvage something of their season with wins to close out the year while building some mo’ for next year.
Wild Cards - Arian Foster/Houston – who knows how healthy this guy really is? If he can go, and go at even 75% he should tear up a Bronco defense that is 23rd in the league against the rush and has nothing to play for. Look for him to get 20-plus carries and get into the zone at least twice which means he is a solid RB1 or 2 this weekend.
Darren McFadden /Raiders the problem isn’t injuries here as much as it the fact that he has been sharing time and he’s not the guy that’s going to get the rock inside the 5-yard line so he may get the yards for you but the points may not measure up.
Our Pick – Steven Jackson/Rams – the game of the year in the NFC Weak and they’re going to need Jackson to carry the load. The Niners can give up some big Fantasy points to Running Backs so if you have em’ start em’. I know he only had 81 yards and one td the last time the two teams met but he’s going to get 30 carries on Sunday and at 4.0 yards per crack that means 20 points in the bank plus any TD as icing.

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