Week Four Analysis: While I believe Trent Richardson will get more work than Bradshaw, there's plenty of fantasy points to be had in any game against the NFL's most backwards franchise, Jacksonville. Bradshaw was the vastly better of the two backs last week, turning 22 touches into a very solid 111 yards with a score. Richardson wasn't nearly as effective, with just 2.7 yards per carry. The Jaguars have allowed the third most rushing yards, and the fourth-most points, so Bradshaw has a ton of upside. And, who knows, Bradshaw may just out carry Richardson by a wide margin again this week.
Week One Analysis: Ahmad Bradshaw still hasn't taken a single game snap in a Colts uniform, and his workload for the opener is still very much in question. Over the past four seasons, Bradshaw has averaged 83 combo yards per game, and nine touchdowns per 16-game slate. Those numbers have made him a high-end No. 2 fantasy back, and an underrated fantasy commodity. He'll get his first action as a Colt against an Oakland run defense that's been comically bad for over a decade. Dating back to 2002, opposing backs have scored 217 touchdowns in 176 games against the Raiders. Even in a limited role, Bradshaw is worthy of consideration.