Ray Rice scores to salvage quiet fantasy day

Patrick Smith

Ray Rice ran for only 35 yards, but got a TD as the Ravens routed the Raiders. We break down the fantasy implications.

Baltimore Ravens RB Ray Rice was relatively quiet in Week 10. Against the Oakland Raiders, Rice had 13 carries for only 35 yards, and added four receptions for 33 yards. He did get a TD to salvage his game, a seven-yard scamper in the second quarter.

The Ravens poured it on late, routing the Raiders 55-20 as Rice was rested in the second half.

Fantasy Impact: With the offense firing on all cylinders and the Raiders having no answer whatsoever, Bernard Pierce took over for Rice and saw 10 carries. Rice didn't light up the stat sheet, but fantasy owners will be happy with the score.

Rice remains an elite fantasy back and a must-start as the Ravens take on the Steelers next week.

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