RB - SEA
Returns to SEA where he's been the RB13 and RB14 in PPG the past two seasons. Was the RB7 from Weeks 1-9 amidst SEA's offensive explosion. Could easily regain this ceiling.
Carson was a reliable fantasy player with 169.9 fantasy points in 12 games. He appears to be on the move and his landing spot will determine his ranking in 2021.
Chris Carson has been incredible value for the Seahawks as a seventh round pick in the 2017 draft. After receiving under $4 million for his first contract, Carson will likely to be looking to cash in before it's too late but in the current RB landscape, he's just not special enough to ask for the big bucks. It seems more likely the Seahawks transition or franchise tag him and delay the decision to when they've seen more of Rashaad Penny and Deejay Dallas. That makes Carson an awkward dynasty hold. If Seattle does lean on the run as Pete Carroll oddly suggested, a stud RB would be very useful and Carson would have the upper hand. A committee is also possible though and he could very easily end up elsewhere too. There are many equally talented, safer options making Carson low on the list of reliable RB dynasty holds.
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