Matt Forte (Chicago vs. Seattle): Even though he should be easily considered a RB1 in this situation, he has been too erratic as a fantasy football running back. He is realistically a RB3 or flex. High-risk gamble, high-risk reward should be his motto this season so far.
Brandon Jackson/John Kuhn (Green Bay vs. Miami): Same here. They should be considered RB3s, not enough carries and touchdowns to be starters.
Steven Jackson (St. Louis vs. San Diego): Tough sledding. Low-end RB1 at best, but realistically, a high-end RB2.
Ahmad Bradshaw/Brandon Jacobs (New York vs. Detroit): Both should be conisdered high-end RB2s, but Bradshaw can be considered a low-end RB1.
Chris Ivory/Ladell Betts/Etc. (New Orleans Saints vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers): This one is like picking the lottery, but both of them are playing injured. Low-end RB2s.
Cadillac Williams (Tampa Bay vs. New Orleans): He’s still on the waiver wire, right?
BenJarvus Green-Ellis/Fred Taylor (New England vs. Baltimore): Solid RB2s so far, in my opinion.
Frank Gore (San Francisco vs. Oakland): RB1 in this matchup. He’s one of the few consistent players in this offense.
Rashard Mendenhall (Pittsburgh vs. Cleveland): Low-end RB1/solid RB2.
Jamaal Charles (Kansas City vs. Houston): RB2. Potential to be a low-end RB1.
LaDanian Tomlinson (New York Jets vs. Denver Broncos): Always start him, even against this defense.
Keyshawn Moreno (Denver vs. New York): RB3 or flex…heck, just leave him on the wire since Kyle Orton is on the helm.
Felix Jones/Marion Barber (Dallas Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings): Both solid RB2s.
Adrian Peterson (Minnesota vs. Dallas): A must-start, after the Brett Favre tendonitis and Jenn Sterger debacles. AP should hope that Brett Favre is limited. It would give him more touches.
Joseph Addai/Mike Hart (Indianapolis Colts vs. Washington Redskins): Low-end RB2s/high-end RB3s.
Clinton Portis/Ryan Torain (Washington vs. Indianapolis): Solid RB2s.
Maurice Jones-Drew (Jacksonville vs. Tennessee): Solid RB2.