Why Stevan Ridley is Playoff Poison for Fantasy Football Owners

November 27, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There are plenty of words that can be used to describe the running back position in fantasy football this year. Of course, most of those words can't be printed here.
In a season where busts and injured studs litter the fantasy landscape at running back, there's one more wrapper by the side of the road as the playoffs draw near.
Simply put, if you were counting on New England Patriots running back Stevan Ridley to be a major contributor during the fantasy postseason, then it's time to start plotting out Plan B—because it's not happening.
Granted, Ridley disappointing fantasy owners in 2013 isn't exactly news.
After topping 1,200 rushing yards, scoring 12 touchdowns and finishing the year as a top-10 running back in non-PPR fantasy football leagues in 2012, Ridley was drafted with the hopes of solid RB2 production in 2013.
So far this season, Ridley hasn't met those expectations. The third-year pro is on a pace that would leave him short of 1,000 yards on t...

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