The NFL just finished Week 2 and already fantasy owners face some trouble at the running back position, just as they did last year. It's not like this is a huge surprise. The RB1s are definitive and easy to spot. But it's when you're looking to fill that second running back spot that things get dicey, and it'll only get harder as the year goes on. To illustrate just how tough things are, let's rank each team by their fantasy football running back situations. 1. Pittsburgh Steelers Zero touchdowns for Le'Veon Bell, but he's the clear-cut three-down No. 1 back in an exceptional offense … as long as he's healthy (the same can be said everywhere, frankly). 2. Dallas Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott appears
Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer Close ESPN staff writer Previously a college football reporter for CBSSports.com University of Florida graduate Follow on Twitter PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Steelers' plan in the passing game on both sides of the ball is coming into focus. Four wide receivers are logging consistent playing time in the Steelers' offensive attack, while a version of the dime defense with four cornerbacks has made its way onto the field at times during the last two weeks. Here's a look at that rotation from the receiver and cornerback standpoint: JuJu Smith-Schuster factor: The Steelers increased Smith-Schuster's workload in practice to "see what I can do" as an inside and outside
Vikings coach Mike Zimmer assured the world that quarterback Sam Bradford is “fine” after Sunday’s loss to the Steelers, which likely came as a surprise to those who watched Case Keenum start the game while Bradford was on the inactive list. Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that Bradford is believed to have a bone bruise and that he will have an injection in his knee this week. The response to that injection will determine next steps and provide a better idea of when Bradford might be able to return to full action.