Morris will face the vaunted Kansas City Chiefs defense Sunday. While the Chiefs are middle-of-the-road in terms of rushing yards allowed per game, KC has yielded just six rushing touchdowns in 12 contests.
Morris saw a season-low 11 carries against the Giants, and actually received fewer carries than quarterback Robert Griffin III. The Redskins have not been committed to the run the last two weeks, and it has hurt the production of Morris. Nevertheless, he will cross the 1,000-yard plateau for the second-straight season in Sunday's game, and fantasy owners likely have little choice but to trot him out there. He's not a sexy option, but Morris is still a threat to score double-digit fantasy points.
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