Fantasy football: Expect second-half breakout by Ray Rice

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The NFL season is now halfway over, and with the NFL trade deadline having come and gone, not much has changed as far as who’s playing for who. But what will change is which running backs get more carries going forward, and there’s one back to watch out for in the second-half of the season.

 

Oct 20, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice (27) rushes the football against the Pittsburgh Steelers during the second quarter at Heinz Field. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Baltimore Ravens RB Ray Rice has been a massive bust up to this point, but it’s because of a lack of effort or what some believe is wear and tear finally catching up to him. While injuries are a big part of why Rice has fallen short of expectations, getting healthy during the team’s bye week should help rejuvenate him and lead to him improving on his numbers, which read like a waiver-wire back at the moment.

 

 WK  OPP

ATT

YDS

TD

1 @Den

12

36

1

2 Cle

13

36

0

3 Hou

0

0

0

4 @Buf

5

17

0

5 @Mia

27

74

2

6 GB

14

34

0

7 @Pit

15

45

0

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  • Haywood Jablome

    Anybody who misuses apostrophes in such a fashion (on multiple occasions, no less) should find a new profession. Of course, you write at a 9th-grade level in general, but this is an embarrassing display. Better ask the English Department at EKU to refund your money.