Alfred Morris puts up his highest rushing total of 2013 for fantasy owners

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The Redskins and Alfred Morris are tough to stop on the ground these days. We break down the fantasy implications.

For the second week in a row, Alfred Morris eclipsed the 100-yard mark for the Washington Redskins. The second-year running back rushed for a season-high 139 yards on 26 carries against the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday night.

Morris is averaging well over 5.0 yards per carry this season. While he didn't find the end zone in Week 10, he ran effectively throughout the game and proved once again to be a dominant force for the Redskins to rely on.

Fantasy impact: Alf owners will continue to complain about the missing touchdowns, but it's difficult to argue with how effective he's been lately. Back-to-back 100-yard games with over 20 touches should be a good sign, regardless of what league you're in.

The Philadelphia Eagles are up next for Morris. He scored a touchdown against them back in Week 1, and he hasn't gone multiple weeks without scoring in 2013. Expect RB1 production again from Morris.

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