Daryl Richardson: Updated Fantasy Outlook and Analysis for Rams RB

October 20, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With injuries wreaking havoc on the running-back position this year (just like always), and with six teams on a bye week in Week 7, fantasy owners far and wide are searching for a startable option at running back this week.
The gateway to their fantasy success may lie in the Gateway City.
Rookie Daryl Richardson has been a pleasant surprise for the St. Louis Rams, passing Isaiah Pead on the depth chart to become the primary backup and compliment to veteran Steven Jackson in the Rams backfield.
The former Abilene Christian standout was used in a rotation with Jackson in last week's loss to the Miami Dolphins and had a solid game, gaining 76 yards on 11 carries while pitching in another 23 yards on a pair of receptions.
That production was good for nearly 12 fantasy points in leagues that award a point for receptions, which makes Richardson worthy of flex consideration, even if he's the back-end of a timeshare, as was implied by head coach Jeff Fisher, according to Mi...

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