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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2019 Draft Rankings
Saquon Barkley photo 1. Saquon Barkley NYG (vs . PHI)
During his rookie season, while playing behind a shoddy offensive line and in a low-scoring offense, Barkley overcame all odds and delivered a fantasy MVP-worthy performance. He finished as an RB1 in 75 percent of his games, while hitting at least RB2 numbers in 93.8 percent of his games. Some are excited about his target possibilities with Odell Beckham Jr. gone, but it's likely going to bring more attention to him and the run-game. Still, Barkley showed last year that he's able to overcome a lot, making him a relatively safe top-three selection in every format, but the lack of scoring from this offense can hold him back.
11 weeks ago
Alvin Kamara photo 2. Alvin Kamara NO (at CAR)
With Mark Ingram's departure, many are likely wondering what it means for Kamara, though the acquisition of Latavius Murray tells us a lot. He's likely going to walk into the old Ingram role, though it's important to note that it's no guarantee he's able to fit in this offense. You remember Adrian Peterson with the Saints, right? He was able to go to the Redskins and get it done, so maybe Sean Payton's offense just isn't right for everyone. Because of that, Kamara gets a slight bump in upside which was already high to begin with, as he has finished as the RB3 and RB4 in his first two seasons with Ingram on the roster.
11 weeks ago
Christian McCaffrey photo 3. Christian McCaffrey CAR (vs . NO)
McCaffrey blew up in 2018 and it's got everyone reaching for him as a top-three selection in 2019. It's fair and you shouldn't shy away from the three-down back, but you should know that the Panthers have openly talked about scaling back his workload. He's still likely to finish as a top-five option at the position even if he loses 4-to-6 touches per game, as he's gamescript-proof and it's not as if Cam Newton is rushing for as many touchdowns as he used to.
11 weeks ago
Ezekiel Elliott photo 4. Ezekiel Elliott DAL (vs . WAS)
If you wanted to select Elliott at No. 1 overall, you shouldn't feel guilty or bad about it. In fact, he should probably be the favorite to finish as the top running back considering the lack of competence in the Giants offense. Elliott has played 40 regular season games in his career and delivered RB2 or better numbers in 92.5 percent of those games, which is actually better than Le'Veon Bell's 91.9 percent. Elliott is as safe as they come.
10 weeks ago
Nick Chubb photo 5. Nick Chubb CLE (at CIN)
Some are worried about Chubb due to the signing of Kareem Hunt this offseason, but you shouldn't be one of them. Hunt has an eight-game suspension that will allow Chubb to run with the job as he did down the stretch last year. The Browns invested a high second-round pick on Chubb and he's done nothing but impress. He's the starter and an RB1 in fantasy
11 weeks ago
David Johnson photo 6. David Johnson ARI (at LAR)
Now that Steve Wilks is out of town, maybe we'll get back to the normally scheduled programming with Johnson. The air-raid offense that new coach Kliff Kingsbury figures to bring to the Cardinals should give Johnson a lot more work in the passing game. While at Texas Tech, Kingsbury passed the ball on 65 percent of their plays. By comparison, there were just two teams in the NFL who hit that number in 2018. With Kyler Murray presenting elusiveness, it should only help create lanes for Johnson even if his offensive line is still weak
11 weeks ago
James Conner photo 7. James Conner PIT (at BAL)
When Conner wore down at the end of the 2018 season, did the Steelers get a bit worried? They reached for Benny Snell in the fourth-round, highlighting they clearly felt running back depth was a need. With Antonio Brown and Jesse James gone, there are over 200 targets that have vacated the team, so it's possible Conner can build upon his strong 2018 season. The slight risk of a timeshare knocks him down into the second round, though he's got top-six upside
11 weeks ago
Le'Veon Bell photo 8. Le'Veon Bell NYJ (at BUF)
He's back, but this time it's probably going to be a lot less exciting. He'll be playing behind a much lesser offensive line, with a much lesser quarterback, in a much worse offense. He's going to get plenty of touches, but we can say that about a lot of running backs. The question is - what's his upside in a low-scoring offense? Adam Gase's offenses have been lacking in both overall plays and overall scoring. Did you know that Dolphins running backs scored 10 rushing touchdowns over the last two years... combined? Bell is a relatively safe pick due to the touches he'll get, but he lacks the upside you want out of a high first-round pick
11 weeks ago
Dalvin Cook photo 9. Dalvin Cook MIN (vs . CHI)
We've yet to see Cook stay healthy throughout an NFL season, but that's not stopping drafters from taking him with a pick inside the first two rounds. The Vikings are a high-powered offense who upgraded their offensive line this offseason, so the appeal is justified. The Vikings did draft Alexander Mattison in the third-round, so they're obviously concerned about the depth behind Cook, but he's the starter as long as he's healthy
11 weeks ago
Joe Mixon photo 10. Joe Mixon CIN (vs . CLE)
You have to love watching Marvin Lewis walk out the door if you're Mixon, as he was severely underused as a receiver in Lewis' offense. In comes Zac Taylor, who said he's going to start the Bengals' playbook with the Rams offense, which is where he came from as a quarterbacks coach for Sean McVay. Them drafting two running backs is somewhat concerning, but that could be to protect them in case of a Mixon injury, which has happened a few times in his short career
11 weeks ago
Todd Gurley photo 11. Todd Gurley LAR (vs . ARI)
There are real questions surrounding Gurley as we enter the 2019 season. Not only did C.J. Anderson play over him during the playoffs, but the Rams also traded up to the start of the third-round to select Darrell Henderson, an explosive running back out of Memphis. The Rams also matched an offer sheet the Lions submitted to backup running back Malcolm Brown, meaning the Rams are more worried about Gurley than they're letting on. We all know Gurley comes with plenty of upside, but we also know you can't win your fantasy league in the first-round, but you can definitely help lose it.
11 weeks ago
Chris Carson photo 12. Chris Carson SEA (vs . SF)
There are a lot of reasons to like Carson. Looking at how he finished the season, it's hard to not like him. From Week 12 on, he finished as the No. 4 fantasy running back behind only Christian McCaffrey, Derrick Henry, and Saquon Barkley. While Rashaad Penny is still there (and a former first-round pick), Mike Davis exited town, leaving behind plenty of touches for Penny. While Carson may not have the upside of others who are used in the pass-game consistently, he should be a solid RB2 provided he's healthy. This, of course, is a concern after hearing Carson "had a little work done" on his knee this offseason, so stay tuned for updates
11 weeks ago
Aaron Jones photo 13. Aaron Jones GB (at DET)
If you're looking for a running back who comes with top-six upside but also comes with a high-degree of uncertainty, Jones is your guy. He's the most talented running back on what should be a top-five scoring offense, but it appears the Packers haven't given up on Jamaal Williams just yet. He's ideally someone you snag as your second running back due to the risk associated with him
11 weeks ago
Leonard Fournette photo 14. Leonard Fournette JAC (vs . IND)
Everyone remembers what they last saw, which is why Fournette is dropping down draft boards. The last time fantasy owners saw him play, he totaled just 126 rushing yards and one touchdown over his last three games. What they don't know is that the Jaguars offensive line was missing 4-of-5 starters at the end of the year. Fournette is locked into 20 touches per week, which is extremely odd to find at the start of the third-round, which is where you can get him 90 percent of the time
11 weeks ago
Kerryon Johnson photo 15. Kerryon Johnson DET (vs . GB)
Despite having an extremely limited role to start the season, Johnson finished as the RB18 in points per game during his rookie season. The Lions did sign C.J. Anderson, but Johnson has already shown he's able to produce with a veteran on the roster, and he's openly admitted that he doesn't want to be a 20-plus-touch running back. He's not going to offer top-five upside, but Johnson should be an RB2 more often than not
11 weeks ago
Derrick Henry photo 16. Derrick Henry TEN (at HOU)
Are the Titans ready to promote Henry to a workhorse role? That's doubtful considering Dion Lewis is still on the roster and they're not paying him close to $5 million this year to sit on the bench and be a cheerleader. Henry deserves more touches, that much is certain, but what happens when the Titans fall behind in a game? Lewis is far-and-away the better pass-catcher, which means Henry will be gamescript-dependent. If you believe the Titans are contenders and will finish with a winning record, that's a vote of confidence for Henry, though it's hard to say that with any confidence. He's the ultimate boom-or-bust running back, which is why he's best-suited as an RB2
11 weeks ago
Sony Michel photo 17. Sony Michel NE (vs . MIA)
It was a solid rookie year for Michel, who finished as the RB28 despite missing three full games. The issue with expecting a massive jump in production is his lack of usage in the passing game (just seven receptions in 13 games), and the third-round draft pick of Damien Harris, as he's a threat to steal some early-down work. Still, Michel should provide RB2 value as long as he's healthy
11 weeks ago
Devonta Freeman photo 18. Devonta Freeman ATL (at TB)
Do you remember Freeman's rookie year? Probably not, because it had him falling outside the top-35 running backs selected the following year. In that season, he totaled just 248 yards and one touchdown on 65 carries. That's significant because that's the only year he played under Dirk Koetter, who is now back in Atlanta as the coordinator. While Freeman will have a much bigger role, Koetter hasn't been able to boost a run-game during his time in Atlanta or Tampa Bay, so the ceiling has likely dropped for Freeman. And that's not to mention Ito Smith, whose role grew as the year went on in 2018
11 weeks ago
Josh Jacobs photo 19. Josh Jacobs OAK (at DEN)
Any time you have a running back drafted inside the first round of the NFL Draft, you'd better consider him in fantasy football. Why? Over the last six years, first-round running backs have averaged 283.4 touches in their rookie season. While the Raiders aren't likely to be a high-scoring offense, they should be improved significantly with the talent they've added on offense. Jacobs should be a low-end RB2, at worst
11 weeks ago
Marlon Mack photo 20. Marlon Mack IND (at JAC)
Now that Andrew Luck is retired, most expect Mack to be on the wrong end of negative game scripts, but the Colts have insisted that he will be on the field on third downs like he was as a rookie. If that is the case, Mack still has RB1 potential to go with a safe floor thanks to an incredible offensive line ahead of him.
11 weeks ago
David Montgomery photo 21. David Montgomery CHI (at MIN)
It's clear the Bears didn't think Jordan Howard fit their offensive scheme after sending him away for a sixth-round pick, right? So, what does that say about Montgomery, who they traded up into the third-round to get? Howard finished as the RB20 in his first season under Matt Nagy. Montgomery was likely the best pure runner in the draft who's already shown the ability to handle a workhorse role, and offers more in the passing-game than Howard did, though most of that work will go to Tarik Cohen. Montgomery was drafted on a team that's built to win right now, which means he'll have big value immediately
11 weeks ago
Mark Ingram photo 22. Mark Ingram BAL (vs . PIT)
Leaving the nest of the Saints' offense is something Ingram has never had to do, so life may seem a bit more difficult in Baltimore. It's a good thing that they'll be a run-first team with Lamar Jackson under center, but it's also a bad thing around the goal-line, as Jackson is more of a threat to score than Ingram. The Ravens drafted Justice Hill, and still have Kenneth Dixon and Gus Edwards on the roster, so it may be more of a timeshare than some believe, though Ingram should be the leader in the clubhouse. His lack of upside drops him below some of the other options in his range
11 weeks ago
Damien Williams photo 23. Damien Williams KC (vs . LAC)
It's never a bad thing to have the running back attached to Andy Reid's offense, though Williams shouldn't go inside the top few rounds due to his question marks. He's still yet to have more than 13 carries in a regular season game, so what makes us believe he's going to stand up to a full workload? The Chiefs just snagged LeSean McCoy when he was released by the Bills, making the situation even more sticky. Not to mention the performance by Darwin Thompson in the preseason. It's possible that Andy Reid moves to somewhat of a timeshare, though Williams should be the starter out of the gate.
11 weeks ago
Phillip Lindsay photo 24. Phillip Lindsay DEN (vs . OAK)
It's pretty rare to see a running back who finished top 12 his rookie season despite missing a game fall down draft boards the following year, especially when the team didn't add another running back. That's precisely the case with Lindsay, who will share some touches with Royce Freeman, but Lindsay has proven to be much more capable in the pass-game than Freeman, which gives him the nod as the starter. While there is some built-in risk, it's not enough to knock Lindsay out of solid RB2 territory
11 weeks ago
Tevin Coleman photo 25. Tevin Coleman SF (at SEA)
If anyone outside of Kyle Shanahan tells you what to expect out of the 49ers' backfield, they're lying to you. Don't forget with even less talent on the roster last year, you couldn't figure out if it would be Matt Brieda, Alfred Morris, or Raheem Mostert. We now add Coleman, who had his best years under Shanahan, and Jerick McKinnon, who will be returning from a torn ACL. It's likely to be a timeshare, though there will be valuable weeks among them, and Coleman figures to lead the charge
11 weeks ago
Miles Sanders photo 26. Miles Sanders PHI (at NYG)
There are many who believe Sanders' three-down skillset will make Doug Pederson change his ways, though you shouldn't be so sure about that. During his three years in Philadelphia, there has been just one running back who has topped 42 snaps in a game, and that was Darren Sproles, who is more of a scat-back than a traditional one. They also traded for Jordan Howard, who is likely to steal some goal-line work, as he was really good in that role with the Bears. Sanders is likely to end the year as a top-25 fantasy running back, but it'll likely be a bumpy road, similar to how it was with Jay Ajayi
11 weeks ago
Duke Johnson photo 27. Duke Johnson HOU (vs . TEN)
In case you missed it, Johnson was traded to the Texans. You also may have missed the fact that Lamar Miller tore his ACL during their third preseason game. Unless the Texans trade for a running back, Johnson is walking into a 15-plus touch role on one of the league's best offenses. He could post RB2 numbers if they don't add anyone of significance. *UPDATE* The Texans traded for Carlos Hyde, which bodes well for Johnson considering Hyde has been among the least efficient running backs over the last two years.
11 weeks ago
Austin Ekeler photo 28. Austin Ekeler LAC (at KC)
He's never going to win you a fantasy league, but Ekeler can play a role if you're in a league with a lot of starters. Even with Melvin Gordon healthy, Ekeler touched the ball between 7-14 times from Week 1 to Week 7. It seemed as if the Chargers were okay with Justin Jackson as the primary workhorse if Gordon went down, but knowing Ekeler should total anywhere between 120-200 touches in the Chargers offense carries value
11 weeks ago
Melvin Gordon photo 29. Melvin Gordon LAC (at KC)
He's not going to win the rushing title or anything, and it's very unlikely that he finishes as a top-three fantasy running back, but he's about as safe as they come considering he's been a top-eight running back in each of the last three seasons. There were just four running backs who delivered RB2 or better performances in at least 90 percent of their games: Christian McCaffrey, Saquon Barkley, Ezekiel Elliott, and Gordon. His holdout is starting to get a bit concerning, as we have no solution in sight, making him a risky pick inside the top three rounds.
11 weeks ago
Latavius Murray photo 30. Latavius Murray NO (at CAR)
If Murray lands in the Mark Ingram role, everyone is too low on him, as he'll offer RB2 numbers more often than not. It's hard to imagine that someone just walks in and fills Ingram's shoes, but the Saints didn't waste any time locking Murray up in free agency, so they clearly viewed him as someone who could do it. You might want to expect a slight bump in touches for Alvin Kamara, while Murray gets slightly less than Ingram did. He's going to be a bit touchdown-dependent, but he's able to fill the RB3 slot on your fantasy team
11 weeks ago
James White photo 31. James White NE (vs . MIA)
How are we devaluing White's role on the Patriots again? With Rob Gronkowski, Cordarrelle Patterson, and Chris Hogan gone, Tom Brady is going to be looking for some familiar faces, and it's not like they've used Sony Michel in the passing game. White should have a similar role to last year, you know, the one that had him wind-up as the RB8 on the season. We're all still probably too low on him
11 weeks ago
Derrius Guice photo 32. Derrius Guice WAS (at DAL)
There are a lot of questions surrounding Guice's health right now, as he's said to be doing well in his rehab, but everything the Redskins are doing screams he's not. They re-signed Adrian Peterson to a two-year deal, still have Chris Thompson, and then drafted Bryce Love at the top of the fourth-round. He's someone who can move up draft boards if we're able to see him in the preseason, but this backfield is starting to look like a messy timeshare.
12 weeks ago
Kenyan Drake photo 33. Kenyan Drake ARI (at LAR)
With a new offense, it is anyone's guess how large of a workload Drake will be given. Frank Gore is out of the equation so perhaps Drake will take over as a true three-down back. That could be fire if Ryan Fitzpatrick wins the starting job, but if it is Rosen, there won't be much upside in the Miami running game. Just recently, it has been Kalen Ballage who is running with the first team so this is a situation to monitor.
15 weeks ago
Matt Breida photo 34. Matt Breida SF (at SEA)
Now that McKinnon is out and potentially headed to the IR, let's not forget how efficient Breida was when he was healthy, nor that he is the fastest ball carrier in the NFL. There is risk here, but also upside for a shocking breakout campaign if he can end up getting consistent touches in Shanahan's offense.
13 weeks ago
Tarik Cohen photo 35. Tarik Cohen CHI (at MIN)
We all believed Cohen was underused in John Fox's offense, and while he did finish as a top-15 running back in PPR last year, his touches didn't increase all that much under Matt Nagy. He finished the year with 20 more targets and 12 more rush attempts, which definitely helps, but the additions of David Montgomery and Mike Davis aren't going to help him add much to that number so he'll have to remain ultra-efficient. Think of Cohen as a younger James White who may not see as many targets, but will get more carries
11 weeks ago
Devin Singletary photo 36. Devin Singletary BUF (vs . NYJ)
With the Bills cutting LeSean McCoy, you might be tempted to take Singletary much higher than you previously were, but he is unlikely to be a three-down back with both Frank Gore and TJ Yeldon still there. And even if he was, this is not an offense you likely want a piece of.
11 weeks ago
Rashaad Penny photo 37. Rashaad Penny SEA (vs . SF)
It wasn't the rookie season that many expected of Penny, who was drafted in the first-round by the Seahawks, but 2019 is looking up. Not only did the Seahawks let Mike Davis walk in free agency (he received 146 touches last year), but Chris Carson had some work done on his knee. The Seahawks are clearly a run-first team, meaning it's possible we see both Carson and Penny fantasy relevant. Worst case scenario, you have what might be the best handcuff in football
11 weeks ago
LeSean McCoy photo 38. LeSean McCoy KC (vs . LAC)
McCoy is no longer a member of the Bills, as they released him. McCoy was picked up the same day by the Chiefs, as he's played for Andy Reid before. While it seems like Damien Williams is still the starter, McCoy will be nipping at his heels. There's a short leash for every running back in Kansas City, as Reid won't hesitate to go to the next man up.
11 weeks ago
Royce Freeman photo 39. Royce Freeman DEN (vs . OAK)
There are many who've written off Freeman as just a backup, while others are expecting his talent to shine through and earn a bigger role under the new coaching staff. The issue is that Phillip Lindsay is a better pass-catcher, which means he isn't going away. Still, Freeman will have a role in the offense, even if it's in a timeshare. He can deliver low-end flex numbers with RB2 upside if something were to happen to Lindsay
16 weeks ago
Jordan Howard photo 40. Jordan Howard PHI (at NYG)
If you've been hibernating since the end of the football season, you may have missed Howard being traded to the Eagles for a measly sixth-round pick. While some saw this as a value, Howard is an afterthought now that the Eagles spent a second-round pick on Miles Sanders, the more complete running back. Doug Pederson has allowed one running back to play more than 42 snaps in a game during his three years in Philadelphia: Darren Sproles, a do-it-all running back. Howard topped that number five times while with the Bears in 2018 alone with absolutely zero competition for the early-down role. He's more likely to be on waiver wires than he is returning to stud status
16 weeks ago
Kalen Ballage photo 41. Kalen Ballage MIA (at NE)
Ballage is currently running with the first team in Miami's offense under the new Head Coach. He may end up like Chris Carson and flat out win the starting job, but it still seems more than likely that Drake will end up with the lion's share of the running back touches.
15 weeks ago
Darrell Henderson photo 42. Darrell Henderson LAR (vs . ARI)
Are there concerns with Todd Gurley? Yes, but let's not pretend he's no longer on the team. Henderson takes the place of John Kelly, who was drafted last year to fill this role. Some have suggested the Rams love Henderson, but a third-round pick doesn't scream "love him." Whatever the case, Henderson would likely share backup duties with Malcolm Brown should something cause Gurley to miss time. Henderson does offer much more upside than Brown as the superior pass-catcher
16 weeks ago
Peyton Barber photo 43. Peyton Barber TB (vs . ATL)
Barber may be boring and might not be your first choice to start for the Bucs, but it is entirely possible he leads this high-powered offense in carries once again and if he does, it should end up much better than last season because Bruce Arians is magic for running backs.
11 weeks ago
Justice Hill photo 44. Justice Hill BAL (vs . PIT)
The Ravens clearly wanted to revamp their run-game this offseason, bringing in Mark Ingram in free agency, then drafting the versatile Hill. His game is comparable to Reggie Bush, which is great for the timeshare role he's slated for. Despite weighing in at just 200 pounds, Hill is able to handle a large workload, too, as he tallied 632 carries and 49 receptions in just three years at Oklahoma State. He'll likely start in the passing-down role and can earn more touches as the year goes on
16 weeks ago
Justin Jackson photo 45. Justin Jackson LAC (at KC)
If Melvin Gordon is on the field, Jackson will have zero value outside of a darkhorse handcuff. He can be quickly released if that scenario plays out. With that said, the Gordon holdout threat is legitimate and if it happens, Jackson may overtake Ekeler as the primary back and could be a superstar in this offense if given the opportunity.
14 weeks ago
Dion Lewis photo 46. Dion Lewis TEN (at HOU)
With the display Derrick Henry put on at the end of the season, there is no chance Lewis leads the Titans' backfield this year unless Henry's injury is a bigger deal that it currently appears. That isn't to say Lewis won't have games where he splashes but predicting which week it will be is a difficult task so he should merely be thought of as a handcuff.
15 weeks ago
Adrian Peterson photo 47. Adrian Peterson WAS (at DAL)
With the recent news coming out about Derrius Guice dealing with a setback, it seems likely that Washington will run AP into the ground, at least until Guice returns at full strength. That, of course, doesn't mean AP will be efficient or score touchdowns for this lousy offense, but touches do lead to fantasy scoring so don't be ashamed if he is your RB3 entering the season.
12 weeks ago
Jaylen Samuels photo 48. Jaylen Samuels PIT (at BAL)
The Steelers have talked about sharing the workload in the backfield, and they reinforced that when they drafted Benny Snell in the fourth-round of the NFL Draft. Samuels was never meant to be a 20-plus touch back, but he's likely going to be involved much more, even when James Conner is healthy. The issue is that Snell is a threat to his upside and would likely be the primary back if Conner were to go down with an injury. Because of that, Samuels may be locked into a Chris Thompson/Giovani Bernard type role, which doesn't do much for your fantasy team. Unless we hear he's the primary backup, he's not someone you should roster
16 weeks ago
Ronald Jones II photo 49. Ronald Jones II TB (vs . ATL)
The Bucs told us all we needed to know in the draft and free agency - they don't feel like they need to add another running back. No one is suggesting they're confident Jones will tear the league up, but you should be confident that he's the starter in Bruce Arians' offense, which has historically netted great results. Peyton Barber isn't the long-term answer, so look for them to find out if Jones is, which requires more than the 30 touches he got as a rookie
16 weeks ago
Carlos Hyde photo 50. Carlos Hyde HOU (vs . TEN)
The Chiefs traded Hyde to the Texans on August 31st, which wasn't all that surprising considering they were likely to cut him. The Texans obviously felt the need to add a workhorse type back alongside Duke Johnson, so Hyde is likely to have a role of 10-12 touches per week, though most will be carries. He's nothing more than a mediocre RB4 in fantasy drafts.
11 weeks ago
Nyheim Hines photo 51. Nyheim Hines IND (at JAC)
We already saw the role Hines will have on the Colts, as he's not the lead back but rather the passing-down back. He tallied 85 carries and 81 targets last year, which is more than enough volume in that high-scoring offense to be fantasy relevant. The Colts have said they want Marlon Mack to carry most of the workload, but think of Hines like the Duke Johnson of their offense. He should offer RB4 numbers regularly in PPR formats, though he doesn't offer much upside, even if Mack were to miss time, as they'd share the workload between him, Spencer Ware, and Jordan Wilkins
16 weeks ago
Ito Smith photo 52. Ito Smith ATL (at TB)
After an impressive rookie campaign where he played more than expected, Smith will look to build on his 117-touch, 467-yard rookie season. He'll play alongside Devonta Freeman who's dealt with some injuries as of late and is now 27 years old. The Falcons may choose to employ a timeshare, but it's likely it's a 70/30 split between the two. Smith would offer weekly RB2 potential if Freeman were to miss any time, making him a valuable handcuff who has some standalone value even without injury
16 weeks ago
Damien Harris photo 53. Damien Harris NE (vs . MIA)
We're not advocating Harris as a starting running back in the Patriots offense, but rather saying that, at the very least, he's one of the best handcuffs in all of football. His price doesn't reflect that. In fact, the Patriots taking him in the third-round when they're clearly in win-now mode says a lot, so don't be surprised if he has a role even if Sony Michel is ahead of him on the depth chart
16 weeks ago
C.J. Anderson photo 54. C.J. Anderson FA (BYE)
After watching C.J. Anderson carry the Rams offense at the end of last season, he settled for a one-year deal with the Lions to play alongside the up-and-coming Kerryon Johnson. The Lions do want to use a timeshare, so it's likely Anderson inherits the LeGarrette Blount role in the offense, which netted 164 touches last year, though it helped that Johnson missed time at the end of the year. If you combined Blount and Zach Zenner's roles from last year, they netted 209 carries, 683 yards, and eight touchdowns on the ground. Anderson is going to clog upside on your bench as long as Johnson is in the lineup. If Johnson were to miss time, Anderson would likely be considered a low-end RB2
16 weeks ago
Frank Gore photo 55. Frank Gore BUF (vs . NYJ)
With McCoy now out of Buffalo, everyone seems to think Devin Singletary will automatically step into the three-down role, but it is just as likely that Gore leads this team in touches. Granted, his ceiling is merely an RB3, but he isn't the worst late-round flier.
11 weeks ago
Alexander Mattison photo 56. Alexander Mattison MIN (vs . CHI)
It is easy to get excited about Mike Boone but the fact of the matter is that Mattison is the clear-cut handcuff to the frail Dalvin Cook, as evidenced by his draft capital and the touches he received with the second team all preseason. This makes him a high-end backup worth targeting.
11 weeks ago
Darwin Thompson photo 57. Darwin Thompson KC (vs . LAC)
Now in the role that appears to be the backup to Damien Williams, Thompson has a lot of value in fantasy drafts. While many are concerned about Williams holding onto the role, investing a 2nd or 3rd round pick on him, then a 10th round pick on Thompson doesn't seem to bad for the Chiefs starting running back. There's been more uncertainty added to the mix now that the Chiefs added LeSean McCoy, who used to play for Andy Reid. As of now, Thompson is nothing more than a stash on fantasy benches.
11 weeks ago
Tony Pollard photo 58. Tony Pollard DAL (vs . WAS)
If Zeke holds out, Pollard is the favorite to lead this Cowboys' backfield in touches. It seemed like he wasn't anything more than a third-round back coming out of college but the Cowboys have been using him every single snap with the first team so he may be a workhorse and a surprise league-winner if Zeke does continue his holdout.
12 weeks ago
Giovani Bernard photo 59. Giovani Bernard CIN (vs . CLE)
He's on the final year of his deal with the Bengals, so it makes sense they'd draft a running back. But two of them? Trayveon Williams is likely his replacement next year, while Rodney Anderson presents workhorse ability when healthy. This is looking like an ugly mix behind Joe Mixon in 2019, meaning you should just let someone else take Bernard in your drafts
16 weeks ago
Chris Thompson photo 60. Chris Thompson WAS (at DAL)
Thompson doesn't come with much upside since he will never be anything more than a third-down back and because Washington's offense is dreadful but he is among the best pass-catching backs you'll find and he still has big-play ability.
14 weeks ago
Kareem Hunt photo 61. Kareem Hunt CLE (at CIN)
There's no easy way to put this, but DO NOT DRAFT Hunt in your redraft league this year. It doesn't matter if he's there in the 13th round, let someone else take on that burden. Not only is he suspended for the first eight games of the season, but he's behind a guy who rushed for nearly 1,000 yards despite not starting until Week 7. Did I mention that running back was also drafted by the Browns at the start of the second-round in 2018? The first four weeks of the season are the most important weeks of the season for the waiver wire, so why hold yourself hostage with a guy who's not even a lock to play once his suspension is over? Not to mention bye week issues you'll have. On top of that, you've never seen him outside a Chiefs offense, where every running back put in the lineup succeeds. I'm not saying he's not a good player, but Chubb is better
16 weeks ago
Jamaal Williams photo 62. Jamaal Williams GB (at DET)
He's had his opportunity to shine in the starting role, but has clearly been surpassed by Aaron Jones as the superior running back at this point. Williams can handle a large workload if something were to happen to Jones, which gives him good handcuff value in the high-scoring Packers offense. There's been some whispers of a light timeshare, which may give you value without injury, but you shouldn't bank on it
16 weeks ago
Mike Davis photo 63. Mike Davis CAR (vs . NO)
When the Bears signed Davis, it appeared he was taking over the Jordan Howard role in the offense. That was until they moved up in the third-round and drafted workhorse David Montgomery. The Bears were lacking depth behind Howard and Tarik Cohen last year, and although Davis is high-priced depth, it's hard to imagine him getting more than 5-8 touches per game with Montgomery and Cohen healthy. He is, however, one of the better handcuffs, as he's a capable three-down back who'd walk into RB2 production with an injury in front of him
16 weeks ago
Malcolm Brown photo 64. Malcolm Brown LAR (vs . ARI)
Coach Sean McVay has made it clear that both Henderson and Brown will be plenty involved this season which makes sense considering they used a tender to ensure Brown remained on their roster. He may not quite be the second option, but absolutely has some upside in this high-powered offense.
15 weeks ago
Jalen Richard photo 65. Jalen Richard OAK (at DEN)
Chase Edmonds photo 66. Chase Edmonds ARI (at LAR)
Edmonds is clearly stuck behind David Johnson, but he should be useful as an RB4 or even RB3 even with Johnson healthy since Kingsbury will force this team to play uptempo. Imagine, too, what Edmonds' upside would be if Johnson did suffer an injury as we've seen before.
13 weeks ago
Ty Montgomery photo 67. Ty Montgomery NYJ (at BUF)
Le'Veon Bell hasn't exactly been the most durable starting running back and while it is rumored that the Jets are looking for additional help at the position, it is Montgomery now who is the clear backup if anything were to happen, and believe it or not, he has looked terrific this preseason.
11 weeks ago
T.J. Yeldon photo 68. T.J. Yeldon BUF (vs . NYJ)
Yeldon was someone who had limited option in free agency, but he may have chosen the worst landing spot. Not only do the Bills have LeSean McCoy on the roster, but they signed Frank Gore, then drafted Devin Singletary in the third-round of the NFL Draft. While Yeldon might have a three-down skill-set, he's going to have a hard time being fantasy relevant in that crowded backfield
16 weeks ago
Gus Edwards photo 69. Gus Edwards BAL (vs . PIT)
Edwards did absolutely nothing in the Ravens passing game last year, but piled up the rushing yards and if anything were to happen to Mark Ingram, he would be expected to do it again in Baltimore with Lamar Jackson under center.
16 weeks ago
Ryquell Armstead photo 70. Ryquell Armstead JAC (vs . IND)
We all know Leonard Fournette has had issues staying on the field, right? Well, the Jaguars have taken notice and drafted Armstead to back him up at the start of the fifth round. He's a big-bodied running back who doesn't avoid contact and may be an injury risk himself due to that. If you're looking for Fournette's handcuff, he's the one you should grab
16 weeks ago
Rex Burkhead photo 71. Rex Burkhead NE (vs . MIA)
Burkhead has been unable to stay on the field the last two seasons for New England but while he is healthy, he has produced as a strong RB3 thanks to his receiving and goal-line production. That shouldn't change this year with the receiver corps being virtually non-existent.
14 weeks ago
Dare Ogunbowale photo 72. Dare Ogunbowale TB (vs . ATL)
Corey Clement photo 73. Corey Clement PHI (at NYG)
Benny Snell Jr. photo 74. Benny Snell Jr. PIT (at BAL)
Snell was a workhorse in college, though not many saw enough explosion in his game to translate to the NFL. The Steelers obviously felt otherwise, as they selected him to back-up James Conner in the fourth-round of the draft. He'll have to compete for touches with Jaylen Samuels, should anything happen to Conner, but Snell is likely the one who'd handle most early down work in that scenario, giving him a lot of opportunity. Without an injury to Conner, though, it's unlikely Snell sees many touches
16 weeks ago
Wayne Gallman photo 75. Wayne Gallman NYG (vs . PHI)
Dontrell Hilliard photo 76. Dontrell Hilliard CLE (at CIN)
Jordan Wilkins photo 77. Jordan Wilkins IND (at JAC)
It's tough to have a gauge on the Colts running back situation behind Marlon Mack, though it appears as if Nyheim Hines is in the same role no matter what, while Wilkins and Spencer Ware fight for the handcuff role. As of now, you should gravitate towards the younger Wilkins who has experience in the offense and really got it together after a slow start in 2018. After just 136 yards on his first 38 carries (3.58 yards per carry), he totaled 200 yards on his next 22 carries (9.09 yards per carry). It's a small sample size, but it's an explosive offense that only got better as the year went on
16 weeks ago
Dexter Williams photo 78. Dexter Williams GB (at DET)
Devontae Booker photo 79. Devontae Booker DEN (vs . OAK)
Theo Riddick photo 80. Theo Riddick DEN (vs . OAK)
Is Riddick going to fall by the wayside with both Kerryon Johnson and C.J. Anderson healthy? We're talking about a guy who's averaged 72.2 targets over the last five years despite missing 10 games. If so, it probably means we're undervaluing Johnson. Riddick is still likely to be involved, but he's not someone who'll help you win a fantasy title, even if there's an injury because he wouldn't walk into a workhorse role. He's a guy to help fill bye weeks in PPR formats, but not much more
16 weeks ago
Brian Hill photo 81. Brian Hill ATL (at TB)
Bilal Powell photo 82. Bilal Powell NYJ (at BUF)
Qadree Ollison photo 83. Qadree Ollison ATL (at TB)
Alfred Blue photo 84. Alfred Blue FA (BYE)
Myles Gaskin photo 85. Myles Gaskin MIA (at NE)
Elijah McGuire photo 86. Elijah McGuire FA (BYE)
He's the direct handcuff to Le'Veon Bell, which should carry some value considering Bell hasn't played football in over a year. The issue is that the Jets aren't a very high-scoring offense and have a shoddy offensive line, meaning he'd still be just a mediocre RB3 play even if Bell missed time
16 weeks ago
Darren Sproles photo 87. Darren Sproles PHI (at NYG)
Alfred Morris photo 88. Alfred Morris FA (BYE)
Most are speculating that Tony Pollard would be the replacement for Zeke if he holds out, but the Cowboys coaching staff has been raving about Morris and how his running style is ideal for their offense. Don't sleep on the chance that he starts Week 1 behind this great Cowboys' offensive line.
14 weeks ago
Jordan Scarlett photo 89. Jordan Scarlett CAR (vs . NO)
Josh Adams photo 90. Josh Adams NYJ (at BUF)
Ty Johnson photo 91. Ty Johnson DET (vs . GB)
Wendell Smallwood photo 92. Wendell Smallwood WAS (at DAL)
Trayveon Williams photo 93. Trayveon Williams CIN (vs . CLE)
Ameer Abdullah photo 94. Ameer Abdullah MIN (vs . CHI)
Mike Boone photo 95. Mike Boone MIN (vs . CHI)
Darrel Williams photo 96. Darrel Williams KC (vs . LAC)
John Kelly photo 97. John Kelly LAR (vs . ARI)
Doug Martin photo 98. Doug Martin FA (BYE)
As soon as Isaiah Crowell went down for the year, the Raiders knew they needed to fill the backup role, so they went out and re-signed Martin, who played well for them last year. He's most definitely the backup to Josh Jacobs, but we mustn't forget that Jacobs never carried the ball more than 100 times in a season while at Alabama, and that the workhorse role is something he may not hold up to. Should he struggle, Martin will have a bigger role than most think
16 weeks ago
Mark Walton photo 99. Mark Walton MIA (at NE)
Spencer Ware photo 100. Spencer Ware FA (BYE)
After leaving Kansas City, Ware didn't seem to have many suitors, but landed in a spot where he'll compete with Jordan Wilkins for backup duties behind Marlon Mack. Ware's success was large in-part to do with Andy Reid's offense that continually produces top-end fantasy running backs, though landing behind the dominant Colts offensive line isn't bad. He's someone to keep on your radar in the preseason
16 weeks ago
DeAndre Washington photo 101. DeAndre Washington OAK (at DEN)
Devine Ozigbo photo 102. Devine Ozigbo JAC (vs . IND)
Damarea Crockett photo 103. Damarea Crockett GB (at DET)
Raheem Mostert photo 104. Raheem Mostert SF (at SEA)
Rod Smith photo 105. Rod Smith FA (BYE)
Trenton Cannon photo 106. Trenton Cannon NYJ (at BUF)
Mike Weber photo 107. Mike Weber DAL (vs . WAS)
Cameron Artis-Payne photo 108. Cameron Artis-Payne FA (BYE)
C.J. Prosise photo 109. C.J. Prosise SEA (vs . SF)
Travis Homer photo 110. Travis Homer SEA (vs . SF)
Karan Higdon photo 111. Karan Higdon HOU (vs . TEN)
D'Onta Foreman photo 112. D'Onta Foreman FA (BYE)
Foreman was cut from the Texans but apparently it had more to do with maturity issues than performance or his achillies recovery. He can safely be avoided even if he signs with another team.
14 weeks ago
Bryce Love photo 113. Bryce Love WAS (at DAL)
Dwayne Washington photo 114. Dwayne Washington NO (at CAR)
Jeff Wilson photo 115. Jeff Wilson SF (at SEA)
Jay Ajayi photo 116. Jay Ajayi FA (BYE)
Kyle Juszczyk photo 117. Kyle Juszczyk SF (at SEA)
Paul Perkins photo 118. Paul Perkins DET (vs . GB)
Bruce Anderson photo 119. Bruce Anderson IND (at JAC)
Bruce Arians is tremendous with running backs and while most seem to think Ronald Jones or even Peyton Barber, again, will be the starter, Anderson was the one Arians picked himself. He is the classic mold of an Arians back, and he certainly hasn't been shy to avoid unheard of RBs in the past. Don't rule out Anderson winning this job like Alfred Morris did in Washington his rookie year.
16 weeks ago
J.D. McKissic photo 120. J.D. McKissic DET (vs . GB)
D'Ernest Johnson photo 121. D'Ernest Johnson CLE (at CIN)
Zach Zenner photo 122. Zach Zenner ARI (at LAR)
James Develin photo 123. James Develin NE (vs . MIA)
Reggie Bonnafon photo 124. Reggie Bonnafon CAR (vs . NO)
Andre Ellington photo 125. Andre Ellington FA (BYE)
Elijah Holyfield photo 126. Elijah Holyfield CAR (vs . NO)
Samaje Perine photo 127. Samaje Perine CIN (vs . CLE)
Boston Scott photo 128. Boston Scott PHI (at NYG)
David Fluellen photo 129. David Fluellen TEN (at HOU)
Marcus Murphy photo 130. Marcus Murphy FA (BYE)
Detrez Newsome photo 131. Detrez Newsome FA (BYE)
Jonathan Williams photo 132. Jonathan Williams IND (at JAC)
Buddy Howell photo 133. Buddy Howell HOU (vs . TEN)
Elijhaa Penny photo 134. Elijhaa Penny NYG (vs . PHI)
T.J. Logan photo 135. T.J. Logan TB (vs . ATL)
Kerrith Whyte photo 136. Kerrith Whyte CHI (at MIN)
 photo 137. (BYE)
Tyler Ervin photo 138. Tyler Ervin JAC (vs . IND)
LeGarrette Blount photo 139. LeGarrette Blount FA (BYE)
Alex Armah photo 140. Alex Armah CAR (vs . NO)
Brandon Bolden photo 141. Brandon Bolden NE (vs . MIA)
D.J. Foster photo 142. D.J. Foster ARI (at LAR)
Javorius Allen photo 143. Javorius Allen NYG (vs . PHI)
Alex Collins photo 144. Alex Collins FA (BYE)
Troymaine Pope photo 145. Troymaine Pope LAC (at KC)
Zach Line photo 146. Zach Line NO (at CAR)
Kenjon Barner photo 147. Kenjon Barner ATL (at TB)
Patrick DiMarco photo 148. Patrick DiMarco BUF (vs . NYJ)
Chris Ivory photo 149. Chris Ivory FA (BYE)
Corey Grant photo 150. Corey Grant FA (BYE)
Andy Janovich photo 151. Andy Janovich DEN (vs . OAK)
Taiwan Jones photo 152. Taiwan Jones HOU (vs . TEN)
Jeremy Hill photo 153. Jeremy Hill FA (BYE)
Darius Jackson photo 154. Darius Jackson IND (at JAC)
Jacquizz Rodgers photo 155. Jacquizz Rodgers FA (BYE)
Dalyn Dawkins photo 156. Dalyn Dawkins TEN (at HOU)
Alex Barnes photo 157. Alex Barnes FA (BYE)
Jamize Olawale photo 158. Jamize Olawale DAL (vs . WAS)
Shaun Wilson photo 159. Shaun Wilson WAS (at DAL)
Josh Ferguson photo 160. Josh Ferguson WAS (at DAL)
CJ Ham photo 161. CJ Ham MIN (vs . CHI)
Anthony Sherman photo 162. Anthony Sherman KC (vs . LAC)
Trey Edmunds photo 163. Trey Edmunds PIT (at BAL)
Tra Carson photo 164. Tra Carson FA (BYE)
Taquan Mizzell photo 165. Taquan Mizzell NO (at CAR)
Dan Vitale photo 166. Dan Vitale GB (at DET)
Roosevelt Nix photo 167. Roosevelt Nix PIT (at BAL)
Marcus Green photo 168. Marcus Green PHI (at NYG)
James Williams photo 169. James Williams FA (BYE)
 photo 170. (BYE)
Roc Thomas photo 171. Roc Thomas FA (BYE)
Alec Ingold photo 172. Alec Ingold OAK (at DEN)
Derek Watt photo 173. Derek Watt LAC (at KC)
Benny Cunningham photo 174. Benny Cunningham FA (BYE)
Charcandrick West photo 175. Charcandrick West FA (BYE)
Patrick Laird photo 176. Patrick Laird MIA (at NE)
Khalfani Muhammad photo 177. Khalfani Muhammad DEN (vs . OAK)
Justin Davis photo 178. Justin Davis ARI (at LAR)
De'Lance Turner photo 179. De'Lance Turner MIA (at NE)
Nick Bawden photo 180. Nick Bawden DET (vs . GB)
Tony Brooks-James photo 181. Tony Brooks-James PIT (at BAL)
Keith Smith photo 182. Keith Smith ATL (at TB)
David Williams photo 183. David Williams FA (BYE)
Thomas Rawls photo 184. Thomas Rawls FA (BYE)
Byron Marshall photo 185. Byron Marshall FA (BYE)
Devontae Jackson photo 186. Devontae Jackson FA (BYE)
Devante Mays photo 187. Devante Mays JAC (vs . IND)
Kenneth Farrow photo 188. Kenneth Farrow FA (BYE)
Elijah Hood photo 189. Elijah Hood FA (BYE)
Cethan Carter photo 190. Cethan Carter CIN (vs . CLE)
Ricky Ortiz photo 191. Ricky Ortiz FA (BYE)
Daniel Lasco photo 192. Daniel Lasco FA (BYE)
Quinton Flowers photo 193. Quinton Flowers FA (BYE)
Senorise Perry photo 194. Senorise Perry BUF (vs . NYJ)
Ralph Webb photo 195. Ralph Webb FA (BYE)
Glenn Gronkowski photo 196. Glenn Gronkowski FA (BYE)
Kapri Bibbs photo 197. Kapri Bibbs FA (BYE)
Tommy Bohanon photo 198. Tommy Bohanon FA (BYE)
Brandon Wilds photo 199. Brandon Wilds FA (BYE)
Jonathan Stewart photo 200. Jonathan Stewart FA (BYE)
Michael Burton photo 201. Michael Burton WAS (at DAL)
Ryan Nall photo 202. Ryan Nall CHI (at MIN)
Ryan Hewitt photo 203. Ryan Hewitt FA (BYE)
Mark Thompson photo 204. Mark Thompson FA (BYE)
Josh Caldwell photo 205. Josh Caldwell FA (BYE)
Austin Walter photo 206. Austin Walter FA (BYE)
Aaron Ripkowski photo 207. Aaron Ripkowski FA (BYE)
Wes Hills photo 208. Wes Hills DET (vs . GB)
Dontae Strickland photo 209. Dontae Strickland FA (BYE)
Trayone Gray photo 210. Trayone Gray FA (BYE)
Akeem Hunt photo 211. Akeem Hunt FA (BYE)
De'Angelo Henderson photo 212. De'Angelo Henderson PHI (at NYG)
A.J. Ouellette photo 213. A.J. Ouellette FA (BYE)
Chris Warren III photo 214. Chris Warren III FA (BYE)
Jeremy Cox photo 215. Jeremy Cox FA (BYE)
Matthew Dayes photo 216. Matthew Dayes FA (BYE)
Jeremy McNichols photo 217. Jeremy McNichols FA (BYE)
Elijah Wellman photo 218. Elijah Wellman FA (BYE)
Russell Hansbrough photo 219. Russell Hansbrough FA (BYE)
Dimitri Flowers photo 220. Dimitri Flowers FA (BYE)
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