Alfred Morris to continue dominant rookie campaign in Week 16

David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

As the league's third leading rusher, Washington Redskins RB Alfred Morris will continue to make his case for steal of the draft in Week 16. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris was an incredible pickup in this year's draft, as a sixth round pick from a small school in Florida. He won the starting job outright this offseason, and has put together a campaign that would be reflective of a strong career in this league.

Morris is the league's third leading rusher with 1,322 yards and still has two more games left this season. In Week 16, the 'Skins will take on their battered division rival in the Philadelphia Eagles.

Fantasy Analysis: Yes, start Alfred Morris...the kid is a stud. In what was probable a waiver wire pickup for most, Morris has paid huge dividends for fantasy owners this year.

Continue to roll with him in Week 16 when the Redskins face the Eagles.

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