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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2024 PPR Draft Rankings

Devin Singletary Note
Devin Singletary photo 33. Devin Singletary (at PHI)
Devin Singletary steps in as the Giants' new lead back with some big shoes to fill with Saquon Barkley's departure. Last year, with the Texans, he proved again that he could be a solid starting tailback in the NFL as he stepped in during the middle of the season and stole the starting job away from Dameon Pierce in Houston. In Weeks 9-18, he averaged 19 touches and 86.6 total yards as the RB21 in fantasy points per game. Singletary continues to roll along as an efficient rusher. Last year, he was 19th in explosive run rate and 22nd in missed tackles forced per attempt (per Fantasy Points Data). While the Giants aren't the sexiest landing spot, Singletary should flirt with RB2 production as the team's bellcow.
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Tyrone Tracy Jr. Note
Tyrone Tracy Jr. photo 73. Tyrone Tracy Jr. (at PHI)
Tracy's NFL career could be much better than his collegiate one when it's all said and done. Last year's tackle-breaking metrics should raise your eyebrows, especially for a player still acclimating to the position. Tracy ranked fourth in yards after contact per attempt and fifth in elusive rating (per PFF). Purdue offered him the most vanilla offensive role possible in the passing game with his receiver background. I expect the Giants to rectify that when he does garner snaps. Tracy only has to unseat Eric Gray to earn the RB2 role for the Giants. Gray didn't do anything to wow the team last year with his 2.8 yards per carry and 1.53 yards after contact per attempt (per Fantasy Points Data). Devin Singletary looks like the team's workhorse, but if he goes down, Tracy could take over three-down duties. He's one of the best handcuff options in drafts.
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Eric Gray Note
Eric Gray photo 93. Eric Gray (at PHI)
Jashaun Corbin Note
Jashaun Corbin photo 173. Jashaun Corbin (at PHI)