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The market has Myles Gaskin correctly valued at an ADP of 45, compared to an overall ECR of 63. With a projection of 12.2 carries and 2.9 catches per game, Gaskin has a strong workload that's hard for running backs to come by. He's ahead of both Malcolm Brown and Salvon Ahmed on the depth chart for the Dolphins. Miami has the 13th-best running back schedule.

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Drafting Carlos Hyde is an easy choice at his ADP of 232, compared to an ECR of 182. Projected to carry the ball 5.7 times and catch 1.1 passes per game, Hyde has limited potential. He's trailing James Robinson on the running back chart for Jacksonville. The Jaguars have the 11th-best running back schedule.

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Ty'son Williams is correctly valued at his ADP of 206 as the consensus #261 overall player. Projected to touch the ball 6.9 times per game (6.0 rushes and 0.9 receptions), Williams has limited potential. He's second on Baltimore's depth chart, behind Gus Edwards. Baltimore has the 15th-best running back schedule.

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At a projected workload of 5.9 touches per game (4.6 carries and 1.4 receptions), Le'Veon Bell won't be a reliable source of fantasy points. He trails both Gus Edwards and Ty'Son Williams on the Ravens' depth chart.

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With a projection of 0.0 carries and 0.0 catches per game, Pooka Williams Jr. is irrelevant in fantasy. He's behind both Joe Mixon and Samaje Perine on the running back chart in Cincinnati.

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Tony Jones Jr. is a little overvalued at his ADP of 200, with an ECR of 282. Carlos Hyde (ADP 232, ECR 182) or Malcolm Brown (ADP 204, ECR 186) might be a better value. With a projection of 3.9 carries and 0.6 catches per game, it's a desperate situation if you're starting Jones in fantasy. He's trailing Alvin Kamara on the running back chart for New Orleans. New Orleans has the 8th-worst running back schedule.

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With 0.8 projected rushes and 0.2 projected catches per games, Dwayne Washington is irrelevant in fantasy. He has some competition on the Saints' depth chart, where he trails both Alvin Kamara and Tony Jones Jr.

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With a projection of 0.1 carries and 0.0 catches per game, Taiwan Jones isn't someone you need to draft. He has some competition on the Bills' depth chart, where he trails both Zack Moss and Devin Singletary.

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The market has Joe Mixon correctly valued at an ADP of 19, compared to an overall ECR of 18. At a projected workload of 19.8 touches per game (16.7 carries and 3.1 receptions), Mixon is one of the few running backs with a workload you can feel good about. He's the top dog among running backs in Cincinnati, with Samaje Perine and Chris Evans behind him. Cincinnati has the 14th-best schedule for running backs.

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Gus Edwards is a good value at his ADP of 65, compared to an ECR of 45. At a projected workload of 15.2 touches per game (14.2 carries and 1.0 receptions), Edwards is an every-week fantasy starter. He leads Ty'Son Williams and Le'Veon Bell on Baltimore's depth chart. The Ravens have the 15th-best schedule for RBs.

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Tevin Coleman is correctly valued at his ADP of 147 as the consensus #149 overall player. At a projected workload of 8.8 carries and 1.2 receptions per game, Coleman will see the ball enough to be relevant in most leagues. He's second among Jets running backs, behind Michael Carter. New York has the 17th-best running back schedule.

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The market has Tarik Cohen correctly valued at an ADP of 241, compared to an overall ECR of 246. With 2.6 projected rushes and 2.1 projected catches per games, it's a desperate situation if you're starting Cohen in fantasy. He trails both David Montgomery and Damien Williams on the depth chart in Chicago. The Bears have the 7th-best schedule for RBs.

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Jaret Patterson might be gone before you can draft him at his ECR of 334, due to an ADP of 247. Consider drafting Joshua Kelley (ADP 260, ECR 235) or Jerick McKinnon (ADP 268, ECR 252) instead. At a projected workload of 2.5 carries and 0.3 receptions per game, Patterson isn't someone you need to draft. He's behind both Antonio Gibson and J.D. McKissic on the running back chart for Washington. Washington has the 12th-worst running back schedule.

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Qadree Ollison is a fair value at his ADP of 291 as the consensus #351 overall player. At a projected workload of 6.9 touches per game (6.2 carries and 0.8 receptions), Ollison is a player you won't want to start if you can avoid it. He trails both Mike Davis and Wayne Gallman Jr. on the depth chart in Atlanta. The Falcons have the 11th-worst running back schedule.

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At a projected workload of 2.4 carries and 0.3 receptions per game, Peyton Barber is safe to leave on the waiver wire. He's behind both Josh Jacobs and Kenyan Drake on the running back chart in Las Vegas.

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Projected to touch the ball 2.7 times per game (2.4 rushes and 0.3 receptions), Mike Boone is irrelevant in fantasy. He has some competition on Denver's depth chart, where he trails both Javonte Williams and Melvin Gordon III.

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Projected to touch the ball 3.6 times per game (2.8 rushes and 0.8 receptions), Trayveon Williams isn't someone you can really use in fantasy. He's behind both Joe Mixon and Samaje Perine on the running back chart in Cincinnati.

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At a projected workload of 0.0 touches per game (0.0 carries and 0.0 receptions), Duke Johnson Jr. is not worth spending a draft pick on. He has some competition on the Jaguars' depth chart, where he trails both James Robinson and Carlos Hyde.

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James White is a fair value at his ADP of 168 as the consensus #138 overall player. With a projection of 3.2 carries and 3.2 catches per game, White won't be a reliable source of fantasy points. He's second among Patriots running backs, behind Damien Harris. New England has the 20th-best running back schedule.

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Projected to carry the ball 0.1 times and catch 0.1 passes per game, Elijhaa Penny is safe to leave on the waiver wire. He has some competition on the Giants' depth chart, where he trails both Saquon Barkley and Devontae Booker.

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