Bryce Brown had just five yards rushing on 10 carries in the first half of Sunday's game between the Eagles and the Buccaneers. We break down the fantasy implications.
Bryce Brown had just five yards rushing on 10 carries during the first half of Sunday's game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He also had one reception for two yards, giving him a grand total of seven yards of offense at intermission.
Brown is coming off consecutive stellar outings. He had 178 yards rushing with two touchdowns in Week 12, and followed that performance with 169 yards and two more touchdowns in Week 13.
Fantasy Impact: Brown was arguably the hottest name in fantasy this week. He has hit a buzz saw Sunday against the NFL's top-ranked run defense, however. He is putting up an absolute stinker this week, and could ruin a lot of teams in the midst of their fantasy playoffs. Owners better pray he picks things up in the second half. It didn't help that Nick Foles stole a potential touchdown with a roll-out 10-yard TD run late in the second quarter.