5 years ago6 Comments

BenJarvus Green-Ellis was held to 58 yards on 17 carries, but scored a two-yard touchdown and caught two passes for a net loss of three yards in the Bengals' Week 9 loss to the Broncos.

Green-Ellis' inability to threaten defenses on the ground is holding back the Bengals' offense, but OC Jay Gruden keeps giving him the rock. Green-Ellis maintains fantasy value based only on the fact that he generally gets volume and offers week-to-week goal-line touchdown potential. On the season, Green-Ellis is averaging 3.44 yards per carry and is on pace for 978 rushing yards, six TDs, and 20 receptions. Try to trade him if you can this week.


Frank_Price 5 years ago

At last! The law firm scored! +6 in Fantasy! Now they need to give him the ball on more scores.

Snake_bitten 5 years ago

Yes, you gave me a reason to keep you around. You might even start this week. lol

Boudie 5 years ago

some of us have no choice *sigh*

chadstreet 5 years ago

you are not alone there...

Boudie 5 years ago

i spent a 2nd round draft pick on this dud - was so high on him ffs, cant wait to cut him

Snake_bitten 5 years ago

I can't cut him either. He's the only every down back I have. Been trying to work with Indy backs and Ryan Mathews has been hit or miss, mostly miss. I grabbed MJD hoping he will return for the playoffs, but I hear you.