Montario Hardesty

Sit Colt McCoy, Greg Little, Peyton Hillis, Montario Hardesty and any other Browns in Week 14

No Browns are worth starting against the Steelers. Sit all of them.
<p> No Browns are worth starting against the Steelers. Sit all of them.</p>

The fantasy football playoffs begin Thursday night, and if you expect to advance don’t start any Cleveland Browns players against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Don’t Put Cleveland’s Montario Hardesty in your Week 11 starting lineup

The Browns running back is a game-time decision against the Jags. Sit him anyway
<p> The Browns running back is a game-time decision against the Jags. Sit him anyway</p>

So Cleveland Browns running back Montatrio Hardesty is a game-time decision today against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Take nothing from it, however, in regards to your fantasy lineups for Week 11.

The second-year player, whose rookie season was lost last year after an ACL injury, has missed the last two games with a calf injury. Cleveland coach Pat Shurmur called him a game-time decision after Hardesty returned to practice for the first time on Friday. But it was a limited practice, one in which he did only individual work and no team drills.

Peyton Hillis is Out; Here's Why Chris Ogbonnaya Is A Good Start in PPR leagues

THe Browns running back situation isn't ideal, but you could do worse on a bye week
<p> THe Browns running back situation isn't ideal, but you could do worse on a bye week</p>

If you are in a pinch at running back in Week 9, you could do worse than Chris Ogbonnaya.

Jackie Battle, Montario Hardesty and 4 Other Running Backs to Avoid in Week 8

Just because a running back gets playing time doesn't mean you should start him
<p> Just because a running back gets playing time doesn't mean you should start him.</p>

Due to injuries and due to byes this week there are a number of fantasy owners scrambling to find a one-week waiver wire replacement in their lineups for Week 8. Nowhere does this seem as prevalent as at the running back position.

And just because they are out there, just because they are perhaps going to get the bulk of the work, there are plenty of running backs whose match ups this week just aren’t worth the headache.

Here’s a look at the names I left off of the Week 8 Waiver Wire story and why you should avoid them, too.