Stevan Ridley Puts In Another Big Fantasy Performance

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Stevan Ridley came up big on the ground against the Broncos. We break down the fantasy implications.

Stevan Ridley continued to impress in Week 5, carrying the ball 28 times for a whopping 151 yards and touchdown. He did lose a fumble towards the end of the game, though, which could have implications for his workload going forward.

Fantasy Impact: New England's offensive line looks like they can create holes for any runner, but Ridley is still the main man in the backfield at this point. However, it should be noted that Brandon Bolden came in after Ridley's fumble. It was the end of the game, but we'll have to see how Bill Beilichick feels about Ridley going forward. Still, he can't deny how good his No. 1 back looked on the ground against the Broncos. Even if he doesn't get all of the Patriots red zone carries, he still finds his way to big points eventually.

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