Chris Johnson
Chris Johnson

Chris Johnson

Arizona Cardinals
Note from FantasyPros Staff
Wed, Jul 13th 5:07pm EDT
As admirably as Chris Johnson may have performed last season, there is no doubt that David Johnson earned himself sole possession of the Cardinals backfield. That doesn't mean Johnson should be ADP #46 RB, however. Rather, Johnson is one of the top three or four handcuffs in football and ought to be drafted as such. If David goes down, Chris becomes a low-end RB1 or high-end RB2 right away.
RotoBaller | Aug 16th
The only thing less exciting than drafting a running back to handcuff the top tailback on your fantasy football team is drafting a third-string running back who is not handcuffing anybody. My last two articles revolved around the handcuff running backs that fantasy owners should eye down during their draft days.  This article deals with
Win My Fantasy League | Aug 11th
CJ2K should provide flex value this season and should push for 200 touches this season.
The NY Times | Aug 10th
Could siphon 7-10 touches a game from the younger Johnson.
RotoBaller | Aug 8th
David Johnson For those drafting in the middle of the 1st round, it’s entirely likely that you’ll be given a choice to pick David Johnson. Here’s an outlook for his 2016 fantasy season that should help you make the right decision in your draft. Last year, David Johnson started slow, playing behind veterans Andre Ellington
WalterFootball | Aug 6th
Johnson played well last season, but not nearly as well as David Johnson. He will be firmly behind DJ this season, but he will be his backup along with Andre Ellington.