Coming into the week, there were a lot of questions about which running back in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers backfield would emerge as the more valuable fantasy commodity.
It took Bobby Rainey less than a half to announce in no uncertain terms that he was the man to own.
Rainey exploded for a 43-yard touchdown run in the second quarter that by itself would have made him a viable fantasy starter in Week 11. It's the second week in a row he registered a run of 30 yards or longer, giving him the type of big-play potential that fantasy owners crave.
The running back finished with 30 carries for 163 yards and two touchdowns. Rainey also registered another score through the air.
Still, Rainey can't be trusted as a RB2 just yet. The Bucs have struggled offensively for much of the year, and Brian Leonard will still be utilized in their backfield.
But with long runs and a touchdown in consecutive weeks, Rainey is very clearly a weekly flex consideration moving forward.
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