Theo Riddick may not be involved in the running attack for the Detroit Lions, but his performance the past two weeks in PPR formats is tough to ignore. Coming off of games with five and nine receptions, respectively, Riddick has quietly found value as a Flex player with the right matchup, and he’s lined up for another good one this week against the Patriots. In what should be a game that sees the Lions trailing, you will likely see Riddick play plenty of snaps, especially in the second half. In a PPR format, he could have some appeal as a low-end RB2 this week, but will surely be a valuable Flex play. Look for him to bring in another seven catches for 55 yards and potentially find the end zone in Week Three.
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