LaRod Stephens-Howling bounces back for fantasy owners in Week 9

Jonathan Daniel

LaRod Stephens-Howling managed to actually score points in Week 9. We break down the fantasy implications.

After a horrible outing last week against the 49ers, LaRod Stephens-Howling came back in Week 9 to rush for 51 yards and a touchdown in Green Bay. He took all but one carry for the Cardinals on Sunday.

Stephens-Howling really worked for his touchdown early in the second quarter, breaking a tackle in the backfield and catching the edge to hit the pylon.

Fantasy Impact: It looked like the Hyphen's Week 7 breakout game was an aberration after he failed to average even one yard per carry against San Francisco. Fortunately he made more of an impact against the Packers, but he still struggled finding room to run.

The Cardinals offense in general isn't exactly a juggernaut, so you can only expect so much out of Stephens-Howling. He'll have a week off before taking on the Falcons in Week 11. Consider him a possible flex play right now.

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