RB - CLE
Week 12 Outlook
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Felton's an intriguing offensive weapon that requires some projecting for the next level. He was used heavily as a receiving weapon out of the backfield at UCLA, which is his best trait, but he also lined up primarily as a RB. Felton lacks the traits to succeed as a RB in the NFL, but he doesn't have the tape to determine whether or not he can win on the outside or from the slot as a wideout. Has good burst off the line of scrimmage when he is lined up out wide, but lacks the acceleration to pull away from defenders and break angles in between the tackles. Able to halt his momentum well in the open field, but then struggles to accelerate again to take advantage of it. Can sidestep defenders rather than truly making them miss in a phone booth.Very little power to his game at his size. Lacks elite top-end speed. Won't be able to pull away from defenders at the second level, but does have enough speed to be serviceable in the NFL. However, he's simply not going to provide the explosive plays that NFL teams will be looking for given his skillset. Has a good understanding of space and how to work in small areas. Can be knocked off his spot slightly and still fall forward or pick up additional yardage. However, won't be known for breaking tackles at the next level.Great pass-catcher and should be viewed as a developmental project to flip to WR in the NFL. Solid route-runner out of the backfield and does have the ability to move all over the formation. Natural receiver and soaks in everything thrown his way.Little to no reps in pass protection on film. Was moved out as a receiver versus being asked to stay in and protect. Usually a sign that the coaching staff doesn't trust him in pass protection, but did show a solid ability to diagnose where pressure was coming from in the couple of reps that he stayed in. Overall, Felton's a complete projection at the next level due to how he was deployed in college. He has the receiving ability to be a solid and reliable option in the passing game, but he might not have the overall athleticism required to succeed in that role. Should start out on Special Teams and work his way up a NFL depth chart from there.
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Demetric Felton activated from reserve/COVID-19 list
The Cleveland Browns activated running back Demetric Felton from the reserve/COVID-19 list on Friday.
Felton, along with star-running back Nick Chubb, was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list. The 23-year-old has rushed for 16 yards on three attempts while catching 13 passes for 147 yards and a touchdown over nine games this season. Felton will be used as a change-of-pace back and serve as a backup behind Chubb and D'Ernest Johnson.
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|ECR||Best||Worst||# of Experts|
|Week 12||RB #82||RB #78||RB #95||23|
|Rest of Season||RB #117||RB #115||RB #115||1|
|Dynasty||RB #92||RB #67||RB #95||2|
|Rush Att||Rush Yds||Rush Tds||Recs||Rec Yds||Rec Tds||Fumbles||Points|
|Rush Yds||Rush Tds||Recs||Points|
|Last 3 Weeks||1.7||0||0.7||1.4|
|Season to Date||1.8||0||1.3||2.3|
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|OPP||Rush Yds||Rush Tds||Recs||Points|
|Week 11||vs. DET||2||0||0||0.2|
|Week 9||@ CIN||0||0||1||2.2|
|Week 8||vs. PIT||3||0||1||1.7|
|Week 7||vs. DEN||13||0||3||3.4|