Obviously, you have to start Forte. I think Buffalo makes your 2nd decision for you:) They've given up 10 TD's to RBs last 5 games.
Even though TB's run D has been good, I'd go with Ryan. Here's some information from my league's website concerning Green-Elllis ------
"BenJarvus Green-Ellis had 11 Fantasy points in Week 9 and it was his first trip north of 10 points since Week 2. He got to 11 points thanks to a 2-yard touchdown run against the Broncos, but if you strip that away it was another ugly performance from the Law Firm. He touched the ball 19 times against the Broncos and produced a whopping 52 total yards of offense, which is just 2.7 yards per touch. Since Week 2, BJGE is averaging just 55 yards rushing per game on 2.9 yards per carry, which is hardly impressive. Can you run against the New York Giants? Yes you can, but for whatever reason they are much tougher on the road. In their four road games, only one runner -- LeSean McCoy -- has run for more than 50 yards against this defense or produced 10 Fantasy points. In their other three road games, they have held the running back groups of San Francisco, Dallas and Carolina to a grand total of 135 yards rushing. That's just 45 rushing yards per game in those contests and even if you factor in McCoy's big game, they are allowing just 69.5 yards per game on the road. Clearly I am not a big fan of the Law Firm and this week I think a deeper dive into the numbers was needed to see why I expect another long day, who is staying on my bench."
(Also, in games against TB where RBs get 15+ touches, they are averaging about 90 yds per game. Ryan usually gets that many touches.)
Thanks for help on mine:)
RB S. Jackson
WR R. White
Flx R. Mathews
DP D. Ware
WR Sidney Rice
WR E. Sanders
RB Andre Brown