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43 Bobby Rainey RB

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Fantasy Stats
Own%Start%
59%8%
Key Stats
GPAttYdsAvgTDsFum
4411994.903

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Fantasy Analysis | 1412200035
FFT Blog: Looking at the most-dropped list
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

At the Fantasy Football Today blog, we took a look at the most-dropped players in CBSSports.com leagues.

The five most-dropped players are Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins and tight end Niles Paul, Chargers running back Donald Brown, Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams and Buccaneers running back Bobby Rainey

You probably won't regret dropping Williams or Paul given their injuries, and Cousins' next few matchups will probably bring out more bad habits. However, if Brown is available in your league (as he is in 19 percent of leagues), you might want to snatch him. He has a tough matchup in Week 5, but we think he can run all over the Raiders in Week 6. 

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Fantasy Analysis | 1411950630
Doug Martin doesn't give Bobby Rainey a chance
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

In his return from a knee injury Week 4 at Pittsburgh, Buccaneers running back Doug Martin led the way with 14 carries. The second-most went to the player who thrived in his absence, Bobby Rainey. He got only four.

That's mostly good news in Fantasy, but for the Rainey owners, perhaps it isn't. Certainly, you'd rather see one of the two backs carry the load rather than another timeshare, but maybe Martin isn't the one to do it. He scored a touchdown, sure, but he gained only 40 yards on those 14 carries, giving him 2.1 yards per carry on the year.

Rainey, by comparison, is averaging 4.9 yards per carry. True, he owes much of that to the 144 yards he had on 22 carries against the Rams in Week 2, but despite the two early fumbles Week 3 at Atlanta, he still finished with 105 total yards in that game, 64 on the receiving end.

Ideally, if you own Martin, you own Rainey and vice versa. Whichever gets the carries looks like he'll get the vast majority of them. But I still have some doubts as to which running back will emerge in the long run.

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Several chip in to help Tampa Bay beat Steelers
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Several Buccaneers receivers and running backs made small contributions in a Week 4 upset of Pittsburgh.

The most significant were tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins and wideout Russell Shepard. The former caught three passes for 44 yards while the latter snagged two for 30 yards.

Fellow wideout Solomon Patton made the most of his opportunity, racing 19 yards on an end-around. Jorvorskie Lane added one carry for two yards while Bobby Rainey managed the same yardage on four attempts while catching one pass for 16 yards. 

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Fantasy Analysis | 1411581748
Buccaneers backs heading for solid matchup
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

With Doug Martin returning to practice ahead of Week 4 against the Steelers, the Buccaneers running back picture if a bit more cloudy than it was a week ago at this time. With a promising matchup on the way against the Steelers, can you trust either Martin or backup Bobby Rainey Sunday?

If Martin is able to overcome his knee injury, he is the guy you want in your lineup, obviously. Both Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard have him as a top-20 running back option for Week 4, and that might even be underselling his upside a bit. There is risk in relying on Martin, obviously, but the Steelers have provided little resistance against the run this season, allowing opposing running backs to rack up 5.5 yards per carry so far.

If Martin is unable to play unexpectedly, as was the case a week ago, Rainey should slide up the running back ranks. He made up for a pretty disastrous Week 3 performance in garbage time, but was better than his two fumbles might indicate. Rainey racked up over 100 all-purpose yards, coming off his massive 144-yard performance the week before.

At the very least, both Rainey and Martin should be owned ahead of this matchup. If Martin is good to go, he will be worth starting, while Rainey makes for a nice handcuff option if he suffers a setback. 

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Bobby Rainey takes out the garbage Thursday
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

Buccaneers running back Bobby Rainey managed to get some action in garbage time after an awful start.

Rainey was terrible early on, fumbling on his fourth touch of the contest. He was benched for two series before returning to the game. On the first drive of the third quarter, Rainey fumbled again. With the team trailing 56-0, Rainey actually managed to pick up some yardage in the final quarter. He was primarily used in the passing game, but also picked up a few rushing yards.

Rainey finished with 41 rushing yards on 11 attempts, and 64 receiving yards on six catches. He actually led all Bucs receivers in yardage and catches. 

Rainey will take on the Steelers Week 4. 

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Schedule
WeekDateOpp.AttYdsLgTD
19/7/14CAR41260
29/14/14STL22144310
39/18/14ATL114180
49/28/14PIT4230
WeekDateOpponentTime/Result
510/5/14@ NO1:00 pm
610/12/14BAL1:00 pm
Bye: Week 7
810/26/14MIN1:00 pm
911/2/14@ CLE1:00 pm
1011/9/14ATL1:00 pm
1111/16/14@ WAS1:00 pm
1211/23/14@ CHI1:00 pm
1311/30/14CIN1:00 pm
1412/7/14@ DET1:00 pm
1512/14/14@ CAR1:00 pm
1612/21/14GB1:00 pm
1712/28/14NO1:00 pm
Rushing
YearTeamGGSAttYdsAvgLgTD20+1st
2012Baltimore Ravens0000---0000
2013Cleveland Browns6013342.67000
2013Tampa Bay Buccaneers961375323.9805323
2014Tampa Bay Buccaneers42411994.9310211
TOTAL1981917654.0805534
Receiving
YearTeamGGSRecYdsAvgLgTD20+40+1st
2012Baltimore Ravens0000---00000
2013Cleveland Browns604194.8150000
2013Tampa Bay Buccaneers9611272.5111003
2014Tampa Bay Buccaneers42131189.1191004
TOTAL198281645.9192007
Passing
YearTeamGGSAttCompPctYdsYPALgTDIntTkld20+40+Rate
2012Baltimore Ravens0000---0---0000/000---
2013Cleveland Browns6000---0---0000/000---
2013Tampa Bay Buccaneers96100.000.000000/00039.6
2014Tampa Bay Buccaneers42100.000.000000/00039.6
TOTAL198200.000.000000/00039.6
Kick Returns
YearTeamGNoYdsAvgLgTD40+
2012Baltimore Ravens000---000
2013Cleveland Browns6614724.53300
2013Tampa Bay Buccaneers911515.01500
2014Tampa Bay Buccaneers400---000
TOTAL19716223.13300
Defensive Stats
YearTeamGTotalTklAstSacksIntYdsAvgLgTDPass Def
2012Baltimore Ravens000.000000.0000
2013Cleveland Browns600.000000.0000
2013Tampa Bay Buccaneers911.000000.0000
2014Tampa Bay Buccaneers411.000000.0000
TOTAL1922.000000.0000
Fumbles
YearTeamGFumLostFum ForcedOwn RecOpp RecYdsTot RecTD
2012Baltimore Ravens000000000
2013Cleveland Browns600010010
2013Tampa Bay Buccaneers911000000
2014Tampa Bay Buccaneers433000000
TOTAL1944010010
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Player Info

Height/Weight:
5-8/212
Birthdate:
10/16/1987
Age:
26
Hometown:
Griffin, GA, USA
School:
Western Kentucky
NFL Experience:
3
Awards:
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