The PFW staff likes C.J. Spiller's workload to grow, and BenJarvus Green-Ellis and Trent Richardson should stay hot, according to our late-week tips.
Start Shonn Greene despite a tough matchup, don't expect Frank Gore to wear down and look out for a few backups, according to PFW's late-week fantasy RB tips.
RB Shane Vereen has impressed observers in camp and his receiving skills should come into play if the Patriots use more of the screen game.
The Patriots signed RB Joseph Addai but will he make a fantasy impact? Should Stevan Ridley owners be worried? William Del Pilar breaks it down.
New Patriots RB Joseph Addai's experience near the goal line should help New England's rushing attack after the departure of BenJarvus Green-Ellis.
Patriots RB Stevan Ridley had some big runs as a rookie and is expected to carry the load with BenJarvus Green-Ellis now in Cincinnati.
Injuries along the offensive line haven't helped the Patriots' run game, which has fallen to 21st in the NFL.
Patriots RB Danny Woodhead left Sunday's win over the Raiders and did not return. He sprained his ankle and reportedly avoided a major injury.
The offensive line had a huge game against Oakland on Sunday, bringing its stock up after a couple of tough weeks running the football.
The Patriots did not establish a rushing attack and WR Chad Ochocinco failed to make a positive impact in the Week Three loss to the Bills.
Bill Belichick will potentially have five running backs to choose from each week to plug into his offense in 2011.
The league's highest-scoring offense in 2010 shouldn't have a whole lot of focus on that side of the ball in April's draft, but there are a couple holes the Patriots can fill to add depth, specifically in ...
This is the second in a series of position-by-position looks at the Patriots' personnel entering the 2011 offseason. Today, we bring you an analysis of New England's RB situation.
In replacing a pair of veterans, RBs BenJarvus Green-Ellis and Danny Woodhead went from no-names to household names in New England.
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, QB Tom Brady and other players spoke to the media on Wednesday before the team's bye week for the wild-card round of the playoffs. All quotes are from transcripts provided by the Patriots.