Week 16 Start Em Sit Em: Ricky Williams and Longshots You Have to Start
If you play in a deep fantasy football league then you’ve made some risky moves to make it this deep in your playoffs. It’s why playing someone like Baltimore Ravens’ running back, Ricky Williams, is something you have to do.
Baltimore Ravens Rickey Williams
The Ravens have a great matchup this week against the Cleveland Browns. In their last meeting, three weeks ago, the Ravens rushed for 290 yards. While Ray Rice had 204 yards, Williams had a productive day with a touchdown on 16 carries and 76 yards.
The Ravens will get up early in this game, and should sit Rice the entire fourth quarter. This will give Williams a great chance to score another touchdown while racking up 50 yards in the fourth quarter.
You should expect another productive day again for Williams this week.
Carolina Panthers Jonathan Stewart
Stewart could be an excellent pick up this week if you’re in a 10-12 team league. He hasn’t had a productive year, but against Tampa Bay this year he did go off for 80 yards and a touchdown.
This week, Stewart will have another productive game against a Buccaneers rushing defense that ranks 30th in the NFL.
You can expect Stewart to have 15 carries with 80-100 yards and two scores this week.
San Diego Chargers Mike Tolbert
Tolbert is second in rushing yards on the Chargers, but does lead the team in touchdowns. He has seven scores, with three of those touchdowns coming in the last three weeks.
This week, the Chargers travel to Detroit to take on the 27th rushing defense. Tolbert will have a productive day that has him gaining 60-75 yards with two scores.
He will not get the majority of touches in this game, however, he will get the goal-line caries and will see a lot of time in the fourth quarter.
These three running backs may not be the starters on their teams, however they should be inserted in your starting lineup. They will have solid games that will help you either advance in the playoffs, or win your championship.
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