Bradshaw and Jackson and Addai
Bradshaw - theres one thing you can do vs Indy. Run. And it looks like that Bradshaw has become the primary RB in NY. He had 20 carries while Jacobs had only 12, and 20 carries is plenty enough vs the Colts.
Jackson - will face the Bills D that is bad against the run and will miss their best runstopper ILB Posluszny. Im not sure how the Pack will use him but that team can put points on the board, so there is a good chance that he'll produce, and he might end up with 90- 100 yds but no TDs, as Rodgers is a known TD hawk.
Addai - over Thomas
they are very similar.
both are playing in pass happy offenses, facing a good run defense this week.
The G-men stopped Carolina on the ground last week, (or the Panthers just decided to throw and self-destruct?), while Singletary has a good Defense despite last weeks epic meltdown.
both are getting less than 20 carries a game
the difference is that Addai has a role in the passing game, while the PT cruiser has Bush to take care of that..
They are not as good IMO as people think.
Last week the Bengals struggled initially, but still put up 24 points on the scoreboard. They
Its the offense that makes them look good at times. But this week the offense will struggle if the Jets can put pressure on Brady, unlike last week, when the only one who hit Brady was a minivan driver.
If the Jets want to keep the Patriots offense on the sidelines they have to controll the clock. That means run-run-run. All day. Which is actually not hard to predict with Sanchez at the helm. If LT and Greene can take care of the ball, there'll be not much turnovers to boost fantasy point totals. No pick six this week.
And do not expect Tate to score every week on a return.
this unit is a turnover forcing machine
49ers will find it hard to run on the Saints. The Viking great running game was mediocre, so I dont expect any better from the 49ers. And Alex Smith will have to air it out in this one. I predict 3 INTs and a fumble, while keeping the Frisco boys under 14 points.