Richardson could be the lead running back for the Rams this week against Tennessee as Zac Stacy is currently dealing with a sprained ankle. While he's far from being a strong option, the Titans do give up an average of 117.1 rushing yards per game and have given up eight rushing touchdowns this season.
Richardson was given the opportunity to start the season as the primary ball-carrier, but failed miserably during the first two games and then injured his ankle, missing Week 3. The Rams never went back to him for the lead role but continued to use him as a complementary back. Should he get the start this week, he'll have a golden opportunity to prove himself, but it's also likely that he'll lose carries to Benny Cunningham and/or Isaiah Pead.
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