Alfred Morris has strong fantasy performance

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Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris rushed for 122 yards and a touchdown. We break down the fantasy implications.

Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris had another great day as the Redskins beat the Baltimore Ravens 31-28 in overtime. Morris had 23 carries for 122 yards with a touchdown and a lost fumble. Morris scored from one yard out in the first quarter for his seventh touchdown of the season.

This is the third-straight game in which Morris has rushed for over 100 yards. The rookie running back seems to be getting stronger as the season wears on.

Fantasy Impact: Morris has firmly established himself as one of the top running backs in fantasy football. Morris entered the week tied for third in rushing yards in the NFL and will remain near the top after another strong game.

Morris came through against the once vaunted Ravens rush defense and will likely have a strong performance next week against the Cleveland Browns.

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