BenJarvus Green-Ellis/Fred Taylor (New England Patriots vs. San Diego Chargers): Some tough sledding, but low-end RB1/high-end RB2.
Ryan Mathews (San Diego vs New England): Could be a better day for him. RB1.
Jeff Forsett/Marshawn Lynch (Seattle vs. Arizona): RB2s, but have low-end RB1 potential for both of them. If Matt Hasselback can continue his redemption, it might be another game however.
Ryan Torain (Washington Redskins vs. Chicago Bears): Good luck, buddy on this one. RB2 at best, RB3 realistically.
Matt Forte (Chicago vs. Washington): RB3. He’s a lot of gamble, with as few touches as he gets. You either get hit out of the ballpark or none at all.
Brandon Jackson/John Kuhn (Green Bay vs Minnesota): RB 3 or flex, at best. Very tough.
Michael Bush (Oakland Raiders vs. Denver Broncos): Easy rider RB1.
Keyshawn Moreno (Denver vs. Oakland): Potential RB1 status, but realistically RB3 or flex, with how much Denver loves to pass.
Ahmad Bradshaw/Brandon Jacobs (New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys): Bradshaw and Jacobs are low-end RB2s.
Fred Jackson (Buffalo Bills vs. Baltimore Ravens): RB3.
Ray Rice (Baltimore vs. Buffalo): High-end RB1 in this matchup.
Cedric Benson (Cincinatti Bengals vs. Atlanta Falcons): Rumbling man is going to have some tough sledding, but the Falcons can break. Still RB3.
Michael Turner (Atlanta Falcons vs. Cincinatti Bengals): Not quite as tough as the Eagles, but solid RB2.
Chris Johnson (Tennessee vs. Philadelphia): RB1 against this erratic defense.
Maurice Jones-Drew (Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Kansas City Chiefs): RB2. Slowly dropping into RB3 status.
Jamaal Charles/Thomas Jones (Kansas City vs. Jacksonville): Both are RB1s.