Isaac Redman picks up fantasy slack for Jonathan Dwyer and Rashard Mendenhall

Jim O'Connor-US PRESSWIRE

Isaac Redman rushed for 147 yards and a touchdown on 26 carries during the Steelers' win over the Giants on Sunday. We break down the fantasy implications.

Isaac Redman rushed for 147 yards and a touchdown on 26 carries during the Pittsburgh Steelers' win over the New York Giants on Sunday. Redman started at running back in place of the injured Rashard Mendenhall (Achilles') and Jonathan Dwyer (hamstring).

The Steelers have now had a running back rack up over 100 total yards of offense in four consecutive game. There has been no official indication yet as to who will handle the rushing load in Week 10 against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Fantasy Impact: The Steelers' running game looked woeful to start the year, but somehow it has become downright formidable recently despite the rampant injuries among the running backs. It's impossible to tell who will start out of the backfield next week, but whoever does has a prime matchup against a reeling Chiefs squad.

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