D’Onta Foreman, RB, Tennessee Titans

Foreman didn’t get as much attention as the Titans’ other running back addition after Derrick Henry’s injury. But on only one more snap than Adrian Peterson (who had eight carries), and five more snaps than Jeremy McNichols), he outproduced both Sunday against the New Orleans Saints (11 carries for 30 yards, two catches for 48 yards). Foreman has simply been better than Peterson over the last two games.

The Titans might like to use one back as a workhorse the way they did Henry. That’s not going to happen, but Foreman has made a case for more work as they continue not to throw the ball heavily.

In Week 11 a revenge game is in play for Foreman in a good matchup against the Houston Texans, the team that drafted him in 2017. After that, only the New England Patriots (Week 12) and Pittsburgh Steelers (Week 15) look like tough matchups.

Foreman is really only shaping up to be a possible flex option in leagues with 12 or more teams. But the “running back with a pulse and a path to a bigger role” narrative fits here.

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