Todman has run for 138 yards and two touchdowns this year. Jones-Drew will test his hamstring Friday.
If there was ever a Morris for him to bounce back, it's Week 15 at Atlanta. The Falcons rank 30th against the run, allowing 133.6 yards per game and 4.6 yards per carry, and have surrendered the sixth-most Fantasy points to running backs. And they're in a rut of their own, averaging 18.4 points over their last seven games, which means they're not a big threat to pull away.
But given the state of the Redskins right now, the matchup may be irrelevant. They just made a change at quarterback, their coach is a sitting duck, and they played without conviction in a blowout loss to the Chiefs last week. Even the Falcons have a shot at eliminating Morris from the game plan.
That said, if you can't rely on him now in Fantasy, when can you? All three of the CBSSports.com Fantasy Football analysts seem willing, with Nathan Zegura ranking him the highest at third among running backs and Dave Richard ranking him the lowest at 17th.
Bell could have flex value even if Bush suits up. Bush has a calf injury that surprisingly kept him out Week 14. Bush said he expects to play Monday night against the Ravens, but we won't get a better idea until Detroit starts practice Thursday.
The Lions need to win to keep pace in the NFC North, thus they might use Bush at less than 100 percent. Bell would rotate in more often, serving as more than a change of pace.
Bell has scored in four of the last six games. In the last two, one with Bush, one without, Bell carried 42 times for 163 yards and two touchdowns while catching seven passes for 92 yards. He did lose two fumbles. Consider Bell a high-end RB2 if Bush doesn't play and a sneaky flex, especially in PPR leagues, even if he does.
Among them are running back C.J. Anderson (illness), wide receiver Trindon Holliday (shoulder), tight end Joel Dreessen (knee) and offensive linemen Chris Kuper (ankle), J.D. Walton (ankle) and Winston Justice (finger).
Among them are premier skill position players such as quarterback Peyton Manning (ankle) running back Knowshon Moreno (shoulder), wide receivers Eric Decker (ribs) and Demaryius Thomas (shoulder) and tight end Julius Thomas (knee).
Rodgers' 10 touches -- seven carries and three catches -- last week were his most in five games, so it's clear the Falcons haven't forgotten about him. With all the turmoil in Washington, the Redskins figure to be susceptible to blowouts from now until the end of the season, and though the Falcons aren't as likely to capitalize as the Chiefs were, the switch from Robert Griffin III to Kirk Cousins at quarterback only helps their cause.
If the game gets out of hand, Rodgers could get more work late against the team that has allowed the second-most Fantasy points to running backs. It's not a likely enough possibility for you to start him in a standard 12-team league, but in a 16-team points-per-reception league, he's worth a longer look this week.