Ryan Mathews

Ryan Mathews Has a Tough Match Up, But He's Still an RB2

The Chargers will lean heavily on Ryan Mathews Against the Ravens
<p> The Chargers will lean heavily on Ryan Mathews Against the Ravens</p>
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San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews is coming off three straight games of at least 112 yards rushing after four straight games under 112 total yards.

So which Mathews are we going to get Sunday night against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 15?

Well, the Ravens are ranked second in the league in rushing yards allowed per game (85.8). They have allowed just six rushing touchdowns all season and are No. 3 in scoring defense at 15.5 points allowed per game.

Sit San Diego’s Ryan Mathews regardless of if he’s active or not

Ryan Mathews is not a strong play today, even if he suits up
<p> Ryan Mathews is not a strong play today, even if he suits up</p>

Ryan Mathews (groin) is listed as a game-time decision for today’s Week 9 game against visiting Green Bay. He didn’t practice Friday, which is usually a death nil for playing two days later. It completed a week in which he saw no practice time.

Fred Jackson, LeSean McCoy, Matt Forte: Fantasy's Top RBs

Who are the best NFL Fantasy running backs through five weeks of action?
<p> Fred Jackson, LeSean McCoy, Matt Forte: Fantasy's Top RBs</p>

-by Braden Gall (@AthlonBraden on twitter)

That is right, after five weeks of NFL action, Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson is fantasy football's No. 1 running back.

Don't sleep on San Diego Charger Patrick Crayton this week

Injuries to Antonio Gates and Malcom Floyd could mean big day for Crayton
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When the Kansas City Chiefs give up a combined 89 points to Buffalo and Detroit and then have to travel to AFC West rival San Diego for a Week 3 contest, all of us that have Charger fantasy studs are salivating.

Don't sleep on San Diego Charger Patrick Crayton this week

Injuries to Antonio Gates and Malcom Floyd could mean big day for Crayton

When the Kansas City Chiefs give up a combined 89 points to Buffalo and Detroit and then have to travel to AFC West rival San Diego for a Week 3 contest, all of us that have Charger fantasy studs are salivating.

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<p> Enter Patrick Crayton. If you are looking for a super sleeper this week, Crayton may be your guy. Crayton will make his 2011 debut coming off an ankle injury of his own and coach Norv Turner said he will "play a lot."</p>
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San Diego Chargers 2011 NFL Team Preview

An in-depth look at the Chargers' offense, defense and special teams this year.
<p> An in-depth look at the San Diego Chargers' offense, defense and special teams in 2011.</p>

Chargers fans, so accustomed to hearing and reading about how their team has one of the most talented rosters in the NFL, have to be thinking that 2011 can’t be any worse than 2010. The Chargers are eager to bounce back from a mystifying season in which all the brilliant things Philip Rivers did were sullied by bewildering breakdowns on special teams. The shock of being eliminated from the playoff race by a loss at Cincinnati continues to linger for a team whose window of reaching the Super Bowl seems to be slowly closing.

Fantasy Football: Breaking down the San Diego Chargers

Which San Diego Chargers are worth taking or skipping in your draft.

SAN DIEGO
• Inside the Locker Room

With Bernie Wilson of the Associated Press

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