Ryan Mathews
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#103#37RB #36- 
The NY Times | Aug 31st
Expected to steal some early down work from the injury prone Murray. Would be a strong RB2 start if Murray goes down.
RotoBaller | Aug 30th
There's a lot of upside for Mathews to perform if he's able to fully recover in a scheme and situation like the Eagles.
Breaking Football | Aug 30th
Mathews struggled with injuries again in 2014 and no one should have been shocked. The Bolts could keep him on the right deal and if so, he'll retain quality RB2 upside.
Fantasy Football Empire | Aug 30th
Ryan Matthews will serve primarily as a 3rd down back and have some value in PPR leagues, but has DeMarco Murray and Darrin Sproles to contend with. There are better options out there for you, unless you are handcuffing with Murray. His fantasy playoff schedule includes a neutral matchup versus Buffalo in week 14, a tough matchup versus Arizona in week 15, and a tough matchup versus Washington in week 16.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 29th
The Eagles are doubling down their efforts to replace LeSean McCoy by adding Murray and Ryan Mathews. Obviously Murray is the one to own but this situation is not fantasy friendly. At least until we know how the offense will operate. I'm downgrading Murray, Mathews and Sproles.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
I am not high on Ryan Mathews this year and think the only way he plays a lot is if Murray is injured. I don't recommend drafting him at this point, but keep an eye on his situation.
WalterFootball | Aug 28th
Much of Mathews' value is based on the fact the Eagles run more plays than any other team in the league. DeMarco Murray is coming off an extreme workload last season and will now be running a track meet while also getting tackled by large men over and over again. Mathews will get his work and should be put in good situations to succeed and if Murray gets injured, boom, you have a top-10 back.
RotoBaller | Aug 14th
BALLER MOVE: Target in Rounds 9-10 as RB4 Current ADP: 108 STD, 103 PPR ANALYSIS: Ryan Mathews is probably the best handcuff in all of fantasy football this year, given how Chip Kelly uses his running backs. DeMarco Murray will handle most of the work, while Darren Sproles should handle a majority of third down and two-minute... Read More
Razzball | Jul 29th
And thus, we now close down the rankings portion of the preseason. (But don't worried, the rankings will be updated every week until the beginning of the season.) It's been a long and enduring process, but one that didn't involve any Ryan Mathews drama, so I proclaim this a resounding success. Unfortunately, the format in which we're used to consuming these rankings as pretty little embeded tables...