Packers RB James Starks had 85 yards on just nine carries, thanks to a 40-yard run, while Ryan Grant carried six times for 25 yards. Both players also had three receptions, with Starks gaining 30 more yards and Grant gaining 14.
For the second straight week, there was a large disparity in snaps – unofficially, Starks played 37 while Grant played 16 – so as long as he stays healthy, it appears Starks will see more playing time.
Starks seems like the guy to own in this duo, which is something we've been preaching here at 4for4.com since training camp. Starks certainly hasn't done anything to change that in the first two weeks of the season and is a borderline RB2-flex player.