Alfred Morris is an anomaly.
He's a Mike Shanahan running back, no Redskin has topped even 800 yards rushing since 2008 and rookie running backs are typically a mixed bag (especially ones chosen as late as the sixth round). Nobody saw him coming, which is exactly the type of play that savvy fantasy owners pick up on.
Morris was only started in 39 percent of ESPN leagues, but he's one of the guys that you would be crazy not to have in your starting lineup this week.
Need a replacement for an injured star or a bye week player? Call me the Fantasy Doctor, although (probably) not in the same way as Fabio.
I'm only here to prescribe the medicine for your ailing fantasy teams, and the pill you should take is the website of which I am lead writer: numberFire.com, a sports analytics website that puts together weekly projections for all possible NFL fantasy players.
This week, we have some players that have flown under the radar just a bit too long. All of these players were started in less than half of ESPN leagues last week, but should not be on anybody's bench in Week 4.