Ray Rice Scores Two Touchdowns, Fantasy Value Stays Sky High

CINCINNATI - SEPTEMBER 19: Ray Rice #27 of the Baltimore Ravens carries the ball against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on September 19 2010 in Cincinnati Ohio. The Bengals beat the Ravens 15-10. (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice carried the ball ten times for 68 yards and a pair of touchdown in the team's Monday night win over the Cincinnati Bengals. We break down the fantasy implications.

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice carried the ball ten times for 68 yards and a pair of touchdown in the team's Monday night win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Rice added three catches for 25 yards. The Ravens' passing offense was clicking on Monday night, so Rice wasn't needed as much as usual. Plus, Baltimore pulled its starters at the end of the game with the score out of hand.

Fantasy Impact: Ray Rice figures to be a fantasy stud this season, and he got off to a fantastic start in the season opener. Once Rice gets more carries, he'll begin to rack up yards in bunches. Baltimore's offensive line looked fantastic in run blocking.

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