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Rhamondre Stevenson’s Dominance At Running Back In Fantasy Football Week 6



Rhamondre Stevenson

(CTN News) – Against Cleveland, Rhamondre Stevenson should have a chance to dominate as the RB Start ‘Em of the Week since he plays in a positive matchup.

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We are starting the week off with a bang Rhamondre Stevenson

Earlier this week, Rhamondre Stevenson had a stellar performance against the Lions, rushing for 161 yards and scoring 19.5 fantasy points in a matchup that ended in a win for Stevenson.

It is possible that Damien Harris (hamstring) will not be available for the Patriots against the Browns, making Rhamondre Stevenson even more of an attractive fantasy option.

This season, their defense has conceded the fifth-most points to opposing running backs, making them one of the worst defenses in the league.

There are a few running backs you should start this week

It’s a new week and time for a fresh start

The next game between Rhamondre Stevenson and the Browns will be played at 1 p.m. ET on CBS. Stevenson ran wild a week ago, running for 161 yards and scoring 19.5 fantasy points in a win over the Lions.

Against the Browns, Rhamondre Stevenson will be a better fantasy option as the Patriots may be without Damien Harris (hamstring) this week, which makes him a better fantasy option.

This season, the Blue Jays were able to surrender the fifth-most points in the league to opposing running backs because of their vulnerable defense.

Let’s get ’em started

The New York Giants are set to face the Green Bay Packers on Sunday (1:00 p.m. ET, Fox): In last week’s win over the Dolphins, Breece Hall saw 42.6% of the touches as the lead running back for the Giants.

He has also scored 15-plus fantasy points in three consecutive games, and I think that he will be able to put up another impressive performance against the Packers.

As a result, four running backs have scored 13-plus points, including three who scored more than 15 points, for their team.

There was much disappointment for Devin Singletary last week, but he saw far fewer snaps and touches due to the fact that the Bills were blowing out the Steelers by such a large margin. There is no way that will happen in Kansas City this weekend during what is expected to be an exciting game.

The defense of the Washington Redskins has allowed the fourth-most fantasy points to opposing running backs over the past five weeks, so I’d start Singletary in this huge AFC game as a flex starter.`


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