Raheem Mostert (RB, San Francisco 49ers)
ESPN ownership: 24.1%
Week 14 stats: 10 carries, 69 rushing yards, 1 touchdown; 2 receptions, 40 receiving yards, 1 touch
Raheem Mostert makes the list for the 2nd straight week. After rushing for 146 yards and a touchdown against the Ravens, he had another strong performance with 119 scrimmage yards and 2 touchdowns. Mostert has been fantastic lately, but there was some uncertainty with his role moving forward. Starter Matt Breida returned to the lineup this week, and Mostert still led the backfield in touches. He is definitely looking like the best option in San Francisco and should be considered a flex option moving forward.
Isaiah Ford (WR, Miami Dolphins)
ESPN ownership: 0%
Week 14 stats: 6 receptions, 92 yards
Isaiah Ford only had 9 yards this season entering Sunday's game. However, he suddenly became the number 1 option due to DeVante Parker and Albert Wilson exiting the game with concussions. Ford looked good on Sunday, and Ryan Fitzpatrick clearly trusts him. Ford is only 23 years old, and the Dolphins are in the midst of a rebuild. So, it makes sense for the Dolphins to continue to give Ford opportunities. If Parker misses further games, Ford becomes an interesting starting option with the Giants and the Bengals next up on the schedule.
Bilal Powell (RB, New York Jets)
ESPN ownership: 0.6%
Week 14 stats: 19 carries, 74 rushing yards; 2 receptions, 14 receiving yards
Adding Bilal Powell is fully contingent on Le'Veon Bell's status next Thursday against the Ravens. Bell missed his Week 14 matchup against the Dolphins with an illness. As a result, Powell became the workhorse back with 21 touches. He should slide back into that role if Bell is out.