Eddie Lacy
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A banged up Eddie Lacy combined for only 78 yards and a TD over the past four weeks, but on Sunday he broke out with his first 100-yard rushing game and his first since the opening playoff game a year ago against Dallas.

Fantasy Impact: Lacy ran the ball a season-high 22 times for 100 yards while reeling in one pass for six yards. Against a Bears defense that just allowed 170 combined yards between Denver backs Ronnie Hillman and C.J. Anderson, you have to start Lacy for Thursday night.

Category: Game Recaps

WalterFootball | Nov 25th
Lacy looks to have finally taken the job back from James Starks. Hopefully that scare has put him back on track and running with the same fervor he's had in the past. He had a nice game against the Bears in Week 1 and they are now allowing 4.49 yards per carry and 142 total yards to running backs.
Athlon Sports | Nov 25th
While there are plenty of things to be thankful for, one of them for football (and fantasy) fans is three games on Thanksgiving Day! And speaking of these three, oh-so-tasty matchups, what is a fantasy owner to do?  Read the full story on Athlon Sports
Fantasy Football Maniax | Nov 25th
The good game against Minnesota was encouraging, I am not ready to elevate Lacy back to RB1 status, but he is a good option against the Bears D on Thanksgiving Night.
RotoBaller | Nov 25th
How in the world is Week 12 here already? Thanksgiving is coming up with three games to satiate that football appetite, and if that doesn't do it then you can house a turducken in honor of John Madden. While we'd all like to think we have a grasp on player and team trends, each week... Read More
Yahoo! Sports | Nov 24th
On today's thankful program, Brad Evans and Dalton Del Don share their wisdom on Matt Forte and what owners should realistically expect in his first game back. We also discussed takeaways from Monday night's referee fumble in Foxboro, how gamers should prioritize hot waiver commodities Buck Allen, Thomas Rawls and Spencer Ware and declared whether owners should believe or make believe in the Eddi...
Breaking Football | Nov 23rd
Tough to say if Lacy is fully back but he looked great last week and had success against Bears in the season opener
Breaking Football | Nov 23rd
Again, it seemed like another underwhelming performance in fantasy football. Aside from Doug Martin going off on the Eagles, and Jameis Winston carving them up…
RotoBaller | Nov 23rd
Fans of the Green Bay Packers were starting to get worried over their beloved team's performance over the course of the past few weeks, and for good reason. Last week's loss against the Detroit Lions marked the first time the team had lost three consecutive games in the Aaron Rodgers era, which dates back to 2008.... Read More
RotoBaller | Nov 20th
Chicago Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery have made his fantasy football owners a nervous wreck thus far this season. He missed time earlier in the season with an injury and now he is constantly missing practice and being listed as questionable on the team’s injury report. Jeffery missed practice on Friday with a shoulder and... Read More
SoCalledFanEx | Nov 17th
If you’re new to my column, then welcome to the Week 11 Players to Drop, or as some like to call it, the Reaper Report. This is where we give suggestions on which players you can safely drop in order to stay a step ahead of your competition. I’ve listed 44 players to drop thus far […] The post Week 11 Players To Drop: Eddie Lacy, Golden Tate & More appeared first on So-...
Athlon Sports | Nov 15th
While there are a lot of running backs on the fantasy injury report for Week 10, many were able to put in a full practice and are listed as probable. Guys you don't have to worry about (at least for injury purposes) include: DeMarco Murray, DeAngelo Williams, Jonathan Stewart, Ryan Mathews, C.J. Read the full story on Athlon Sports
RotoBaller | Nov 12th
As we draw nearer to the fantasy football playoffs season, it's becoming increasingly more important to make sure that your rosters are as solid as possible.  Owners need to consider exploring trade options to ensure that their playoff rosters are at full strength. This year has been a frustrating year for many fantasy owners.  Several... Read More
Breaking Football | Nov 10th
It’s Tuesday and it keeps saying the Colts beat the Broncos last Sunday. Ronnie Hillman had ZERO points? Against the Colts? Thanks for the big goose-egg…
RotoBaller | Nov 9th
After starting 6-0, the Packers have lost two games in a row and their season is now very much in question. Since the preseason, Green Bay was going to have to overcome adversity as their star wideout Jordy Nelson went down with an ACL injury. Despite this, fans and analysts alike were confident that Aaron... Read More
RotoBaller | Nov 7th
Below you will find our Week 9 running back rankings, to help determine your RB starts/sits for this week, brought to you by Edward Gorelik (@EdwardGorelik) and Zach Wilkens (@LopsidedTrades). Featured fantasy football writer Zach Wilkens also highlights some RB rankings and matchups analysis for Week 2, and draws some matchup conclusions. He tells you who he likes,... Read More
RotoBaller | Nov 5th
Giovani Bernard – RB, CIN It would appear that the Bengals have finally made good on their promise to refocus their rushing attack on Jeremy Hill. The team had publicly addressed a desire to utilize Hill as their primary workhorse with Giovani Bernard coming in as a change of pace back, specifically whenever the team... Read More
Yahoo! Sports | Nov 5th
We’ve reached the halfway point of the NFL’s regular season, and the postseason picture is only beginning to take form. But in the world of Fantasy Football, most owners have an inkling of whether they’ll still be adjusting their lineups while they’re home for the holidays. But what some people don’t realize is that one’s postseason fate is decided long before ...
Beast Dome | Oct 31st
FANTASY FOOTBALL BEAST or TREAT (EDDIE LACY)   By Muntradamus BEAST DOME NATION. Eddie Lacy has eaten all the candy […]
RotoBaller | Oct 28th
New York Jets running back Chris Ivory was not seen practicing on Wednesday due to a quad injury. His fantasy owners should keep a close eye on his status for week 8 against the Oakland Raiders. As of right now we believe he should be able to play. After all, he did play through the... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 22nd
Randall Cobb - WR, Green Bay Packers Randall Cobb's first three weeks were great for his owners, capped by a three touchdown performance Week 3. Since Week 4 it has been a different story. "Randall Cobb with cable" type of stuff is going on. In the past three weeks Cobb has seen 19 targets and reeled in... Read More
Athlon Sports | Oct 22nd
Here we are getting ready for Week 7 of the NFL season and certain trends are starting to emerge when it comes to fantasy running back rankings. By now you should know not to play duds like C.J. Anderson or Eddie Lacy, who thankfully are both on a bye this week.  Read the full story on Athlon Sports
Athlon Sports | Oct 21st
Last week’s Patience or Panic post had some bigger and surprising names. Many of these names continued to flounder in Week 6. Read the full story on Athlon Sports
RotoBaller | Oct 20th
BALLER MOVE: Add in 10- and 12-Team Leagues OWNED IN: 21% Fleaflicker ANALYSIS: James Starks was an own-able commodity as Eddie Lacy's handcuff, but no one saw Starks as a threat to steal playing time without a major injury to Lacy. Starks just went off for 117 total yards and two touchdowns in Week 6, and... Read More