Joesph Randle had 11 carries for 26 yards and one TD against the Saints on Sunday night. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: Joseph Randle had a terrible game in New Orleans versus the Saints, and had only four carries in the second half. Randle did score a TD, but in the most controversial of ways. In the second quarter, Randle stretched out on a spinning one handed goal-line carry and the ball knocked out of his hand. The call was originally ruled a fumble, but after review it was overturned as the ball crossed the goal-line right before being knocked out of Randle's hand. The Dallas coaching staff showed their disapproval by benching Randle the remainder of the second quarter, and limiting his workload in the second half. Randle lost most of his work to McFadden who dominated the carries for the rest of the night. Depending on what you can get for Randle it may be best to trade him while he has value, now that Christine Micheal and McFadden will cut into the workload now that Lance Dunbar left the game after what seemed like a season ending injury. The Dallas Cowboys will play the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots who will be rested and coming off a bye.

Category: Game Recaps

Fantasy Football Maniax | Oct 4th
The Saints are 18th against fantasy running backs, but Randle is fourth among fantasy running backs and is emerging as a weekly RB1.
Breaking Football | Oct 4th
decent enough matchup and he killed last week so obviously worth using
RotoBaller | Oct 3rd
Joseph Randle (at NO) It seems like it would be an injustice to disregard Joseph Randle this week against the New Orleans Saints. The Saints are struggling on the defensive side of the ball right now, and the Cowboys are going to take their traveling "Joseph Randle Touchdown Show" into New Orleans. Last week, Randle... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 2nd
After a lukewarm start to the season, Joseph Randle put up an exciting 28 plus fantasy points in his last outing, doubling his fantasy points from the first two weeks combined. Three weeks into the season and sitting in the top five of fantasy RB scoring, it may be time to take our first look... Read More
RotoBaller | Sep 27th
Anyone who understands the nature of running backs in fantasy football knows that value is all about volume. The more touches a runner has, the better. Without Dez Bryant or Tony Romo for the foreseeable future, an uptick in carries for Joseph Randle is inevitable going forward. Dallas certainly aren’t going to put their trust... Read More
Athlon Sports | Sep 24th
Let's take a quick recap of my RB start/sit fantasy advice from Week 2, shall we? Good Calls: Sit C.J Anderson (2.9 fantasy points)  - He can’t get past the line of scrimmage, not a good sign.  Read the full story on Athlon Sports
RotoBaller | Sep 22nd
One broken right foot. One broken left clavicle. One broken offense for fantasy owners to, by and large, avoid. The injuries suffered in consecutive weeks by wide receiver Dez Bryant and quarterback Tony Romo have all but drained the fantasy productivity expected from Dallas. Two words on Romo's replacement Brandon Weeden: stay away. Do not take a... Read More
Breaking Football | Sep 12th
The Dallas Cowboys have been quite about their running back situation heading into the first week of the 2015 NFL season, as no one seems…
Breaking Football | Sep 11th
The first week of the 2015 fantasy football season is going to be tricky. In some ways it’s super obvious, like when Tom Brady unleashed…
SoCalledFanEx | Sep 7th
I listened to the CBS Fantasy Football Today Podcast a couple of times last week, and this was the first time that I had taken the occasion to do so in about a year. On the show, a debate opened up about Joseph Randle, who seems to have become somewhat of a polarizing figure this preseason. I […] The post Fantasy Football: What Does The Past Suggest For Joseph Randle appeared firs...
Dynasty League Football | Aug 23rd
We turn our attention to Joseph Randle and the NFC East. The post 32 Teams, 32 Questions: The NFC East appeared first on Dynasty League Football.