Found November 13, 2012 on Fox Sports:
Welcome to the Week 11 edition of our weekly look at fantasy running back committees. In this space, we'll look at recent performances and attempt to read the backfield tea leaves to help you with lineup decisions. We'll post this article each Tuesday, and offer updates in our fantasy coverage throughout the week, including in the Friday morning edition of the FOX Sports Fantasy Buzz Blog! As usual, this series will focus mainly on the more volatile and/or 50-50 situations, but there are a few non-committee and injury notes as well. If you have any questions, the FOXSports.com fantasy staff is always happy to help. The best ways to reach me are via Facebook or Twitter . Week 11 Byes: Vikings, Giants, Seahawks, Titans. Three of fantasy's top-eight running backs are out this week. Atlanta Falcons If you spend too much time on Twitter during NFL games, you get caught up in plenty of knee-jerk hysteria. One of this week's themes was, "Michael Turner is the wors...
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