Very Early 2011 Fantasy Football Running Back Ranks 51-65

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51 – Clinton Portis, WAS – Injuries have taken their toll and he is always going to be considered an injury risk. He won’t produce like he used to.

52 – Justin Forsett, SEA – Lynch is the number one in Seattle, but Forsett could see some more work next year if Lynch can’t produce.

53 – Toby Gerhart, MIN – Being Peterson’s back up isn’t much to be excited about, but be sure to handcuff him if you have Peterson.

54 – Willis McGahee, BAL – He is a Goal-Line vulture and not much else, although he may steal the occasional carry.

55 – Darren Sproles, SD – As the third down back and stuck behind Matthews and Tolbert he should only be considered in leagues that award points for return yards.

56 – Anthony Dixon, SF – Played decent while Gore was out, but with Gore returning he should be considered a handcuff.

57 – Mike Goodson, CAR – All of the Running Backs in Carolina have great skill, but the rest of the team isn’t much help. Goodson looked great in the passing game and could see his workload increase if DeAngelo is out of Carolina.

58 – Rashad Jennings, JAC – Jennings proved he could play when Jones-Drew was out, but with a healthy Jones-Dew his workload will be limited.

59 – Chester Taylor, CHI – Stuck behind Forte, Taylor will get the occasional td but not much else.

60 – Javon Ringer, TEN – He looked decent last year so be sure to handcuff him if you got Chris Johnson.

61 – Jerome Harrison, PHI – If McCoy is injured then Harrison will see some playing time, but otherwise I would stay away.

62 – Cadillac Williams, TB – He was great before he was injured and now Lagarrete Blount has taken over in Tampa Bay.

63 – Joe McKnight, NYJ – If LT is out of New York then McKnight could see some playing time.

64 – Maurice Morris, DET – When Best was hurt he filled in and played decent, but with Best at full health he won’t get much work.

65 – Jonathan Dwyer, PIT – He could play a nice complementary role to Mendenhall.  

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