Ray Rice broke the century mark Sunday, providing explosiveness for fantasy owners

Rob Carr

Baltimore Ravens RB Ray Rice broke the century mark in Week 14. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice had a big game for his team on Sunday. In Week 14, the Ravens faced off against the Washington Redskins.

Rice finished the day with 20 attempts for 121 yards and a touchdown. Unfortunately for the Ravens, some last minute heroics by the 'Skins cost Baltimore the game in OT.

Fantasy Analysis: Ray Rice had a very nice day for fantasy owners on Sunday. Not only did he break the century mark, but he added a TD to go with it.

Rice is one of the more explosive and dominant offensive players in the league right now. He should continue to be a viable RB1 in all fantasy formats. Continue to start Rice in the fantasy postseason.

For more fantasy info, head over to the SB Nation Fantasy War Room 4-8:30 p.m. ET Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday. Check out SB Nation's own Fantasy Football game, Pick 6!

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