Alfred Morris gets it done for 'Skins, proving to be a fantasy steal

Matt Stamey-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris ran amuck on Sunday in a Week 4 victory. We break down the fantasy implications.

Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris had himself another nice game in 2012, after his team defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 4. Morris finished with 113 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries, asserting himself as the team's primary back.

Fantasy Analysis: Morris was a free agent pickup and last-round pick by a lot of fantasy players this year. For those that saw him in the preseason, Morris' performance was encouraging. He won the role in the preseason and does not look to be relinquishing it anytime soon. Morris has done everything he's been asked to do for the Redskins. He has earned the right to be a starter in fantasy football leagues this year. With Roy Helu and Evan Royster non-factors now, this is Morris' ground game to anchor.

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