Rhamondre Stevenson rushed 24 times for 78 yards in the Patriots' victory versus the Bills.
On an incredibly gusty night where the Patriots called 46 run plays and three pass plays, Rhamondre Stevenson was fed a career-high 24 carries. While he wasn't very efficient with 3.3 yards per attempt and failed to score a touchdown, he got the job done with 78 yards to keep the Patriots in first place in the AFC. A strong majority of his carries occurred after Damien Harris was forced out with a hamstring injury, who ultimately recorded just one touch in the second half. Stevenson and the Patriots will be on bye next week, and then travel to Indianapolis in Week 15. He'll continue to serve as a FLEX option in deeper leagues for that matchup, but immediately vaults to RB1 status if Harris cannot make it back in time.