Morris found the end zone twice on Sunday, and should be a sell high candidate
1.) Alfred Morris RB, Washington Redskins
Let’s face it you never can trust a Mike Shannahan RB. After listing Evan Royster as the No.1 RB all week, it was announced on Sunday that rookie Alfred Morris would be the Redskins starter in Week 1. Morris delivered in a big way, carrying the ball 28 times for 98 yards and 2 TD’s. It was an excellent performance by Morris, and those that started him are handsomely rewarded. The problem is the Redskins RB carousel changes every other week, so while Morris is listed as the starter for Week 2, it could be Roy Helu who steps up in a big way. The time is now to trade Morris when the value is high, because you won’t get much for him down the road.
2.) Kevin Smith RB, Detroit Lions
What a great week it was for Kevin Smith fantasy owners. Jahvid Best has been injured and Mikel Leshoure is serving a suspension, leaving Smith as the only reliable back in Detroi...