James Starks, RB, Packers: Fantasy Football Outlook
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James Starks, RB, Packers

Position/Rank NFL Team Status Experience Age Height Weight Twitter
RB - #116 GB Active 5 years 28 6'2 218 @James44Starks

2013 Outlook:  

Last updated on Oct-30-2013 by Jeb Gorham

James Starks is a ghost of fantasy running backs past, but he still has it. Coming off a knee injury, Starks returned to back-up Eddie Lacy last week and rushed seven times for 57 yards and a late second half score. Starks filled in nicely in Week 2 with Lacy out and is definitely Lacy's handcuff. However, if Green Bay can play from the lead, Starks could capitalize fantasy-wise off garbage time. This week I like the odds of Starks cleaning things up against a Chicago team reeling at the loss of Jay Cutler. Chicago will not likely be able to keep pace with Green Bay offensively. Starks will see his 8-10 touches and maybe more given how the game plays out. Starks is a RB4 in most leagues, but in deep leagues his 50-60 yards and scoring potential is appealing.

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