Week 5's Backup RB Bonanza
Turner had an impressive 74-yard touchdown and 147 total yards in the Chargers' 41-3 win over the Broncos to cement his reputation as the best backup running back in the NFL.
Keith looked very impressive in a 128-yard, two-touchdown performance against the Bucs. With Joseph Addai out, Keith helped the Colts dominate the time of possession and was solid in the red zone.
The rookie out of Florida was on his way to a huge night against the Bears before he had to be pulled because of cramps. He came back and finished with 78 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries.
Leonard didn't do much in his first start last week, but the rookie out of Rutgers found his rhythm against the Cardinals. Leonard ran for 102 yards on 18 carries. Leonard should be a big part of St. Louis' offense even after Steven Jackson returns.
Davenport fits nicely into the role of third-down and red-zone back for the Steelers. On Sunday, he ran for 58 yards and two touchdowns and caught four passes for 38 yards.
For the second week in a row, Morris eclipsed 100 yards rushing. Morris is filling in for Laurence Maroney, but don't be surprised if the Pats go to a two-RB system moving forward.
Starter Brandon Jacobs returned for the Giants, but Ward still got 13 carries for 58 yards and a touchdown. Ward is a great complement to the bruising Jacobs and should stay in the Giants' game plan the rest of the season.