RB - MIN
Week 13 Outlook
C.J. Ham sneaked into the end zone for his second TD of the season during Minnesota's 39-36 overtime win against Indianapolis in Week 15.
The Vikings used Dalvin Cook as a decoy while Ham ran in from the 1-yard line to continue their comeback from being down 33-0. Ham has no fantasy value whatsoever.
C.J. Ham got one handoff and converted it into a three-yard TD run during Minnesota's 33-30 win over Buffalo in Week 10.
Anyone who started Ham in season-long formats is probably in the deepest league out there, as not many roster a player who just scored his first TD since 2017. He can continue to be ignored everywhere.
C.J. Ham rushed once for no gain and caught all three of his targets for 22 yards in the Vikings’ 26-14 loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday.
The fullback grabbed a few passes out of the backfield, but he didn’t contribute any meaningful fantasy numbers. There’s no reason for him to be on fantasy rosters.
C.J. Ham caught his lone target for a 12-yard TD in the Vikings’ 27-24 OT win over the Jaguars on Sunday.
The score was a bit unexpected, as Ham entered the game with just a 4/18 rushing line and a 2/19 receiving line on the season. As Minnesota's fullback, he has next to no fantasy value.
The Vikings are signing FB C.J. Ham to new contract that's worth $12.25M over four years, including $4M in 2020.
While CJ Ham doesn't personally do much as a fantasy asset, he is the hammer that pounds away for the Vikings' incredible run game. The bruising fullback is a big part of Dalvin Cook's success and Alexander Mattison's upside. Knowing that Ham will be back for the next four years gives every Vikings running back a bump in dynasty and keeper leagues.