Jones-Drew has suddenly scored in three straight games. He's coming off a season-high 84 yards at Houston but faces a stingy run defense at Cleveland in Week 13.
The Browns allow just 97.7 yards per game, good for the sixth lowest total in the league. Prior to last week's six yards per carry, MJD averaged a mere 1.82 per carry in the previous two weeks. A trip to the end zone is still very possible, but even with Jones-Drew's new-found passing game involvement (20 catches in the last four weeks,) he's unlikely to put up enough yardage to make him more than a back-end RB2 this Sunday.
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