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Jim Hackett and Rotobahn.com's Pete Davidson get you set for Week 3 in Fantasy Football. They get to key starts and sits, injuries and more. The guys receive a ton of texts with different scenarios and hit on much as they can. They also discuss the best daily fantasy plays.
you looked on Sunday, leaving fantasy GMs scratching their heads and searching for answers. Based on the numbers, Jamaal Charles and his fantasy owners were better off with him sitting out — avoiding the carnage that was Week 2 . The same might be said for Rob Gronkowski and
Seattle’s Marshawn Lynch : 10 games, 191 carries, 19.1 carries per game (306) • Kansas City’s Jamaal Charles : 9 games, 170 carries, 18.9 carries per game (302) Two guys who might have had a shot at reaching the plateau in 2013 -- Houston
out to feature-back status. Meanwhile, there are also faster guys like Reggie Bush , Arian Foster, Matt Forte, Jamaal Charles and LeSean McCoy who might have been classified that way in years past because of their speed, but have made the game work on their terms
AFC West title. Cassel also had the benefit of playing in an extremely weak AFC West and a Pro Bowl running back in Jamaal Charles . Cassel had the benefit of a weak schedule in 2008, playing both the AFC and NFC West when both were down. @PatriotBomber RT @Trags
you, Mr. Harlan. We already knew that). My best guess is that the Chiefs won't abandon running the ball with Jamaal Charles , or the Steelers with Mendenhall or the Ravens with old pal Ray Rice. Something to keep an eye on. -- LINEBACKERS
INDIANAPOLIS (-8) over Kansas City Look, here's how the Chiefs keep this close: Lots and lots of Thomas Jones and Jamaal Charles against a Colts defense that has allowed 150 rushing yards per game this season. Keep Peyton Manning off the field
of the league’s tougher pass defenses. They can slow down his big weapons, and the Chiefs already are without Jamaal Charles , who is a role player at best this week and more likely to sit entirely. RUNNING BACKS Start C.J. Anderson, Broncos vs. Colts, $6,800 This one is obvious and it
the backfield. Spencer Ware caught seven balls for 129 yards while rushing for another 70 in place of the injured Jamaal Charles . 10. (11) Texans (1-0) — Brock Osweiler bounced back from an early interception to find success all over the field. First-round pick Will Fuller (Notre Dame) made an impact early, catching five balls for
Spencer Ware, Chiefs vs. Chargers ($4,400) Ware may be the chalk play of Week 1, because he was priced when Jamaal Charles was still on track to start the opener. As we now know, Charles will be limited if he even plays, which is unlikely. So now we have Ware at backup prices in a sweet home
in yards per game and touchdowns per game, despite the emergence of a legitimate wide receiver in Jeremy Maclin. Jamaal Charles has had a great career, but even when he was healthy the team was 1-4 to start the season, before losing him to a torn ACL. 10. (7) Jets (10-6) — After a contentious offseason, Jets fans now can breathe easy as their hero
would be at the top of this tier. Instead, he leads off the next one. Tier 2 (6-7) Le’Veon Bell, Steelers Jamaal Charles , Chiefs Suspensions and injuries are the story here. Both Bell and Charles are elite talents who belong in upper portion