BenJarvus Green-Ellis has solid fantasy outing

Jamie Squire

Cincinnati Bengals BenJarvus Green-Ellis rushed for over 100 yards in the Bengals 28-6 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. We discuss the fantasy implications.

Cincinnati Bengals running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis had his best game of the season in the Bengals 28-6 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Green-Ellis carried the ball 25 times for 101 yards and a touchdown, he also caught one pass for seven yards.

This was the first 100 yard performance of the season for Green-Ellis and his 25 carries were the second most he's had all season.

Fantasy Impact: Green-Ellis benefited from a heavy workload as the Bengals held a big lead throughout the second half against the Chiefs. His 108 total yards is the most he had all season and he scored just his fourth touchdown of the year.

Green-Ellis put up points, but was more a beneficiary of playing against the Chiefs than anything else. However, with the Oakland Raiders up next week, there is no reason he can't have an encore performance.

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