Ray Rice has been limited on primetime: Fantasy Implications

Patrick Smith

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has been limited on primetime. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has been contained by the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday Night Football. So far in this Week 11 match-up, the Ravens back has only 13 yard on ten carries. This fast, physical defensive front of the Steelers has done a good job of locking up him.

It's halftime on Sunday Night Football. Stay tuned for the conclusions of Ravens-Steelers, where Ray Rice could finally breakout.

Fantasy Analysis: This is not a good start for Ray Rice. But this is no need for owners to panic. Rice is on pace to get 20 carries this game and he could build momentum in the second half. Hopefully the team begins to use him as an all-purpose threat, and throw to him out of the backfield.

The Ravens offense has been stuttering here, largely in part to the neutralization of Ray Rice. Ravens fans, fantasy owners and eager onlookers want to see No. 27 break one in the second half.

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