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20. DeAngelo Williams (at Tampa Bay)
Jonathan Stewart is hurting. Williams looked pretty good in the preseason. There you have it.
19. Willis McGahee (vs. Pittsburgh)
McGahee had a resurgent season in a run-heavy offense. He will not get as many looks this year, and he didn't exactly light up the Pittsburgh defense in the playoffs.
18. Frank Gore (at Green Bay)
Kendall Hunter, LaMichael James and Brandon Jacobs are lurking to steal playing time and goal-line carries from Gore, who is 29-going-on-47.
17. Trent Richardson (vs. Philadelphia)
Richardson looks like a go this weekend, and he is a much better back than his cohorts in Cleveland. It could be tough sledding against the Eagles, though.
16. Darren Sproles (vs. Washington)
As usual, Sproles is a better PPR option than standard, but he still should have a nice day.
15. Fred Jackson (at New York Jets)
Jackson was having a great season before injury halted his 2011 campaign, but he had a pedestrian 82-yard, zero-touchdown performance against the Jets.
14. Marshawn Lynch/Robert Turbin (at Arizona)
If Lynch is a full go, this is a good spot for him. The same goes if Turbin starts. If Lynch is limited, though, neither is a great fantasy start.
13. Stevan Ridley (at Tennessee)
Shane Vereen is out, which means that Danny Woodhead is going to come out of the woodwork and score 25 fantasy points. Really, though, Ridley is a must-start in the short term.
12. Kevin Smith (at St. Louis)
When healthy, Smith scores fantasy points in spades. He heads into St. Louis relatively healthy, until he trips over his dog or something.
11. Reggie Bush (at Houston)
Bush is the Dolphins' best weapon, and they will use him in a variety of ways.