Alfred Morris
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The New York Times | Jul 24th
Run-heavy Shanahan is out, pass-happy Gruden is in. Not good news for a two-down back.
Breaking Football | Jul 24th
Morris lacks versatility, which could hurt his overall value in a Jay Gruden system. As long as he scores and keeps his early down role, though, he's golden.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
A new coaching staff in Washington may see less commitment to the run game, but Morris is a top talent and should see the end-zone more frequently in 2014.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 20th
Alfred MorrisÂ’ fantasy arrow is pointing up after he proved at the Pro Bowl that he can in fact catch passes out of the backfield and he should also see the biggest lanes of his career with DeSean Jackson in town forcing opposing defenses to respect the pass rather than stacking the box against the run.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
My big concern with Morris is his ability to thrive in a non-Mike Shanahan scheme. The zone blocking system of Shanahan was tailor made for Morris. He has the talent, but he has to be utilized properly in the running game if he is going to have any fantasy value. He also has no value as a pass catcher.
Fantasy Knuckleheads | Jul 9th
Predicting Alfred Morris’ Stats For 2014 Redskins Running Back Alfred Morris has proven a lot during his two years playing in the National Football League. He has gone from unknown sixth round pick out of Florida Atlantic University to a Pro Bowl caliber gem for Washington. Some say that he was merely a product of the Shanahan offensive system. Whether this is true […] Origi...
Rotoprofessor | Jul 7th
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) We’ve looked at some of the notable running back risers when leagues move to PPR formats (click here to view), but what about those who lose significant value?  Let’s take a look:   Marshawn Lynch – Seattle Seahawks PPR
Rotoprofessor | May 30th
by Ray Kuhn To say that Alfred Morris burst onto the scene two years ago would be an understatement. He was a forgotten sixth round pick taken in the same draft as franchise quarterback Robert Griffin III, and no one really paid any attention to