Brown was finally given the keys to the Colts’ backfield in Week 13, and performed solidly. He managed 64 yards and a touchdown, and will look for a repeat performance on Sunday at Cincinnati.
Brown has five touchdowns all season, three of which came in his two meetings with Tennessee, last week’s opponent. Trent Richardson isn’t a real threat to Brown’s workload right now, and as a result, Brown can be trotted out as a low end RB2 against a solid Bengals rush defense which allows just 101.1 yards per game.
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