2. Dameon Pierce, RB, Houston Texans at Dallas Cowboys

Pierce rebounded with a solid game against the Browns, with plenty of volume and 73 yards rushing. Pierce has not scored though in five straight games and it’s unlikely he’ll be able to snap that streak against the Cowboys. They held Jonathan Taylor to 103 total yards but most importantly held him out of the end zone. Only seven backs have been able to reach double-digits, five have scored and just three have reached 99 yards. Their pass rush is relentless and they pursue the ball carrier or quarterback.