Alfred Morris Has Solid Day In Week 3: Fantasy Implications

Sept 23, 2012; Landover,MD, USA; Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris (46) runs the ball against the Cincinnati Bengals during the first quarter at FedEx Field. Mandatory Credit: Paul Frederiksen-US PRESSWIRE

Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris had a solid day on the ground in Week 3. We break down the fantasy implications.

Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris had himself a decent day against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 3. After a strong preseason, Morris won the job and has been producing ever since. In his third start, Morris carried the ball 17 times for 78 yards and a touchdown.

Fantasy Analysis: Morris was a solid sleeper pick in fantasy leagues, proving to be a steal for owners who watched the preseason closely. Morris has emerged as the guy in Mike Shanahan's new-look offense. If he remains the starter, Morris could be in for a productive overall season. And now with Robert Griffin III quarterbacking the Redskins, Morris' value will only increase.

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