DD top back over the past six games???

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  1. Texans Pride

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    I saw this in an article on my fantasy football league (NFL.com) I know he's been better the last couple of games, but I think this writer is stretching it a bit to far.

    Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans

    It has been an up and down year for Texans running back Domanick Davis. An ankle sprain in Week 3 and a bruised thigh in Week 6 really hampered Davis' production for over a month. However, he has been fully healthy since Week 9 and arguably the top Fantasy back in the NFL over that stretch. Figuring in his 128 rushing and 73 receiving yards against the Colts, Davis has now amassed 786 total yards and eight touchdowns over his past six games. He is obviously a must-start in all leagues and has joined the ranks of the No. 1 Fantasy backs.

    http://0109393654412532.football.nfl.com/news/7995693

    Your thoughts on this?
     
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    have to agree with him. and open up all the doors for the D.D haters, i mean yes lets hate him considering we wouldnt of even had a chance against the colts if it werent for him :hmmm:
     
  3. ArlingtonTexan

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    DD is a stud FANTASY RB because the Texans force him 30 touches a game. Also, the Texans pass very little in the Red Zone so he gets a ton of chances to score TDs.

    He is not STUD RB because you can't line him up in the 3rd or 4th quarter when everyone in the park knows the Texans are going to run the ball and have him make a play by running through, around or by someone.
     

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