A change of scenery hasn't helped Richardson look like the first round pick he was in real life, and likely was in most leagues. He'll search for his first game with 70 or more yards Monday at San Diego.
Richardson averaged 3.38 yards per carry in two games with Cleveland, and 2.96 in two games with Indianapolis. He's a volume runner, and has 38 carries in two contests since Ahmad Bradshaw's neck injury. At this point, owners seem to know what they're getting in Richardson. He's a threat to score, but a huge game doesn't seem likely.
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