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Clyde Edwards-Helaire is correctly valued at his ADP of 56 as the consensus #76 overall player. At a projected workload of 13.3 touches per game (10.9 carries and 2.4 receptions), Edwards-Helaire will see the ball enough to be relevant in most leagues. He leads Ronald Jones II and Derrick Gore on the Chiefs' depth chart. The Chiefs have the 14th-best running back schedule.

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If you're able to draft Ken Walker III at his ADP of 161, you'll be getting quite the bargain as the consensus #85 overall player. With a projection of 11.1 touches per game (9.5 carries and 1.6 receptions), Walker will see the ball enough to be relevant in most leagues. He's second among Seahawks running backs, behind Rashaad Penny. The Seahawks have the 12th-worst schedule for RBs.

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The market has Rashaad Penny correctly valued at an ADP of 83, compared to an overall ECR of 84. With 9.9 projected rushes and 1.1 projected catches per games, Penny has an uninspiring but still valuable workload. He's ahead of both Ken Walker III and Chris Carson on the depth chart for the Seahawks. Seattle has the 12th-worst schedule for running backs.

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Deandre Hopkins is the second-best WR on the Cardinals, trailing Marquise Brown. At #29 in our WR rankings, he's an every week starter. He's projected to catch 58.8 receptions for 699 yards and 5.3 TDs, which is 22.7% of the total for Cardinals WRs. The Cardinals have the 6th-worst wide receiver schedule. Hopkins is an excellent choice at his ADP of 125, compared to an ECR of ecr.

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Darnell Mooney is the top dog among wide receivers on the Bears, with Byron Pringle and Velus Jones Jr. behind him. As the consensus #30 WR, he will be startable as a WR3 or Flex most weeks. He is projected for 1,091 yards and 5.2 TDs on 77.3 receptions, which is 41.2% of the workload for Bears WRs. Chicago has the 12th-worst wide receiver schedule. As the consensus #67 overall player, Mooney is a reasonable pick at his ADP of 69.

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Drake London is the top target on the Falcons, with Bryan Edwards and Olamide Zaccheaus behind him. As the consensus #47 WR, he will be startable as a WR3 or Flex most weeks. He is projected to catch 65.8 receptions for 923 yards and 4.5 TDs, which is 39.5% of the workload for WRs on the Falcons. Atlanta has the 16th-best schedule for WRs. London is a fair value at his ADP of 134 as the consensus #112 overall player.

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Picking Nico Collins at his ADP of 258 should be an easy decision, compared to an ECR of 210. Collins is the WR2 for the Texans, trailing Brandin Cooks. At #78 in our WR rankings, he will ride the fantasy bench most weeks. Collins is projected for 596 yards and 2.7 TDs on 44.7 receptions, for 18.4% of the workload for WRs on the Texans. The Texans have the 11th-best wide receiver schedule.

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As the consensus #64, Ian Thomas is best left on the waiver wire. Thomas is projected for only 208 yards and 0.9 TDs on 21.8 receptions. Thomas is not Carolina's top tight end with Tommy Tremble around.

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At rank 69 among tight ends, Ryan Griffin is not someone you want to start in fantasy. Griffin is projected for just 124 yards and 1.2 TDs on 12.2 receptions. Griffin will struggle for touches with Cole Kmet and James O'Shaughnessy ahead of him.

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Ranked as the #7 quarterback, Jalen Hurts is a solid QB1, but you might have to draft him uncomfortably high for a QB if you want him on your team. Hurts is expected to earn 37% of his projected 343 fantasy points by rushing. That represents a significant rushing floor that makes it a little easier to feel confident starting him week-over-week. Projected for 13.3 interceptions compared to 24.6 passing TDs, he isn't not likely to melt down often.

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At QB8, Tom Brady is a strong starger, but comes at a significant cost at his ADP of 91. Brady is expected to earn 5% of his projected 326 fantasy points by rushing. Running the bal lisn't how he makes his living. With a projected toughdown-to-interception ratio of 2.7, Brady isn't not likely to melt down often.

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Sam Howell is not the starting QB for Washington. You can safely ignore him in most fantasy dafts. Howell is expected to earn 10% of his projected 3 fantasy points by rushing. While that's a nice bonus, it's not a major source of his fantasy value. Projected for 0.2 interceptions compared to 0.3 passing TDs, he carries more interception risk than is comfortable.

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Drafting James Conner is an easy choice at his ADP of 41, compared to an ECR of 24. Projected to carry the ball 14.6 times and catch 2.8 passes per game, Conner is one of the few running backs with a workload you can feel good about. He leads Eno Benjamin and Keaontay Ingram on Arizona's depth chart. Arizona has the 15th-best running back schedule.

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Aaron Jones is a fair value at his ADP of 25 as the consensus #27 overall player. Projected to touch the ball 15.2 times per game (11.4 rushes and 3.8 receptions), Jones has a strong workload that's hard for running backs to come by. He's ahead of both AJ Dillon and Kylin Hill on the depth chart in Green Bay. Green Bay has the 13th-best schedule for RBs.

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David Montgomery is correctly valued at his ADP of 31 as the consensus #30 overall player. At a projected workload of 15.9 carries and 2.8 receptions per game, Montgomery is an every-week fantasy starter. He leads Khalil Herbert and Darrynton Evans on the Bears' depth chart. Chicago has the 4th-best schedule for RBs.

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Cam Akers is worth drafting at his ADP of 42 as the consensus #31 overall player. At a projected workload of 18.6 touches per game (16.2 carries and 2.4 receptions), Akers has a strong workload that's hard for running backs to come by. He's the top dog among running backs on the Rams, with Darrell Henderson Jr. and Kyren Williams behind him. Los Angeles has the 2nd-worst running back schedule.

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The market has J.K. Dobbins correctly valued at an ADP of 38, compared to an overall ECR of 43. At a projected workload of 13.9 touches per game (11.8 carries and 2.1 receptions), Dobbins will see the ball enough to be relevant in most leagues. He leads Gus Edwards and Mike Davis on Baltimore's depth chart. The Ravens have the 9th-best schedule for RBs.

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Travis Etienne Jr. is correctly valued at his ADP of 50 as the consensus #60 overall player. Projected to carry the ball 11.0 times and catch 2.6 passes per game, Etienne will often be a fantasy starter, even if he's not an exciting one. He leads James Robinson and Snoop Conner on the Jaguars' depth chart. Jacksonville has the 2nd-best schedule for running backs.

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As the consensus #100 overall player, Michael Carter is a reasonable pick at his ADP of 84. At a projected workload of 10.9 touches per game (8.6 carries and 2.3 receptions), Carter has an uninspiring but still valuable workload. He's second among Jets running backs, behind Breece Hall. The Jets have the 12th-best running back schedule.

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James Cook is correctly valued at his ADP of 149 as the consensus #137 overall player. Projected to touch the ball 8.1 times per game (6.2 rushes and 1.9 receptions), Cook has limited potential. He's second on Buffalo's depth chart, behind Devin Singletary. Buffalo has the 6th-best running back schedule.

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