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By Steven Miller, Chargers Correspondent, Mon, Sep 29th 11:54pm EDT

RB Ronald Brown was stuck in neutral most of the day this past Sunday against Jacksonville. Brown had 10 carries for 19 yards for a less than stellar 1.9 yard per carry average.

Fantasy Impact: San Diego had to rely solely on QB Philip Rivers arm and the rushing attack was basically non-existent. With both Danny Woodhead and Ryan Mathews not suited up, Brown did not make most of his situation. Back up RB Brandon Oliver did not fare much better, but could steal carries next week when the Jets come to town.

By Steven Miller, Chargers Correspondent, Thu, Sep 25th 12:15am EDT

RB Donald Brown will see the bulk of the carries this Sunday when the Chargers host the winless Jacksonville Jaguars. (Source: Chargers.com)

Fantasy Impact: The offense will have to find a way to get the running game going. Brown had 31 carries for 62 yards last week after Danny Woodhead went down with a season-ending injury. This week's match-up will provide a litmus test on how Brown will handle the responsibilities of the lead-back after a full week of practice as the go-to guy.

By Eric Zakrevsky, Chargers Correspondent, Mon, Sep 15th 8:49am EDT

Donald Brown had 5 of his 10 touches after Ryan Mathews went down with a knee injury. Early reports suggest that Mathews has a sprained MCL and could miss at least 4 weeks. (Source: UT San Diego)

Fantasy Impact: Going forward Brown and Woodhead should split the touches. Mathews owners should be picking up Brown especially with Woodhead already being owned in most leagues.

By Matthew O'Connor, Chargers Correspondent, Tue, Aug 5th 2:32pm EDT

Newly acquired running back Donald Brown spoke to the media Tuesday and said that "The hot hand will play" when asked about playing time. (Source: Charges.com)

Fantasy Impact: If true it looks like San Diego will be a running back by committee situation. This will prove particularly frustrating for fantasy owners as there will be a lot of uncertainty as to who will get enough touches to be relevant. It may be likely that everything will be split evenly between the three, Brown, Ryan Mathews and Danny Woodhead, leaving none of the running backs particularly useful.

Yahoo! Sports | Oct 1st
No RB has done so little w/ so much past 2 weeks (50 touches, 143 YFS, 0 TD) - faces run stiffling Jets -- even worse yards (54 YFS, saves his owners w/ a GL TD)
FFLockerRoom | Sep 30th
Donald Brown has not looked good in his two games since Ryan Mathews went down but he's the GUY and should see plenty of touches.
The Fantasy Fix | Sep 24th
Week three of the National Football League is officially in the books. And with that, fantasy football fans are looking towards the waiver wire to see if their team can be improved in any way. Some fantasy footballers will react — or, overreact — to their players performances unjustly during this period. Plenty of buzz […]
ESPN | Sep 23rd
Matthew Berry's top 200 rankings for fantasy football Week 4, where bye weeks and injuries raise the likes of Donald Brown to top-10 running back status.
ESPN | Sep 23rd
Matthew Berry's top 200 rankings for fantasy football Week 4, where bye weeks and injuries to raise the likes of Donald Brown to top-10 running back status.
Razzball | Sep 23rd
As if the injuries weren’t bad enough, now we get to add in bye weeks to the train wreck known as Fantasy Football in 2014. This week, you’re missing Arizona, St. Louis, Seattle, Denver, Cleveland and Cincinnati to pile on with the problems. Let’s dive in and see who can help your team out on a bumpy Week 4.
The Fake Football | Sep 22nd
  Yes, Dammit! Many would consider Donald Brown’s Shonn Greene-esque Week 3 performance (62 yards on 31 carries) an indictment of his fantasy value. I consider it a reason to  Full Article » The post Running Backs In The News appeared first on Fantasy Football Rankings & more, The Fake Football.
Breaking Football | Sep 16th
What was the main reason that fantasy players didn’t draft San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Matthews last year? Oh yeah, because he was always hurt. Last season Matthews put up a highly successful campaign, without injury. This immediately made fantasy-ites forget about that. Then Sunday, came and we were all reminded of why Matthews was such a risky pick. Matthews suffered a sprained MC...
RotoBaller | Sep 16th
BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues Owned in 14% of Fleaflicker Leagues ANALYSIS: Well, another week of NFL action, and another week of injuries. It’s the name of the game that we play as fantasy football owners. For those of you (us) that are the unfortunate owners of Ryan Mathews, it was not very enjoyable to see him leave […]