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James Conner

Pittsburgh Steelers

Conner Solid in Debut


Steelers rookie RB James Conner rushed 20 times for 98 yards and caught 1-of-4 targets for three yards on his preseason debut Sunday night. This was his first preseason action after being out with a shoulder injury.

Fantasy Goo: Conner is trying to earn himself the back-up role to LeVeon Bell, and he should have a role if Bell does go down at all, but duties will almost certainly be split between Conner and Fitzgerald Tousaint if that were to happen. Conner is a solid dynasty pick in the double digit rounds, especially if the Steelers don’t extend his deal prior to the start of the season.


08/20/17, 09:19 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Alvin Kamara

New Orleans Saints

Kamara Lives Up To Hype Today


“Saints rookie RB Alvin Kamara rushed 5 times for 61 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's preseason game against the Chargers. Kamara's first carry of the game was an explosive 50-yard touchdown run. He was also utilized in the passing game, catching a ball in the flat and scampering for a 20 yard gain.”

Fantasy Goo: This is all against the Chargers second and third string, so don’t get too excited, but it does appear that Kamara could contribute and make this backfield very difficult to predict from week-to-week. Kamara looks to be a very solid dynasty pick in the seventh round.


08/20/17, 09:15 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Anquan Boldin

Buffalo Bills

Boldin Retires... For Now...


Anquan Boldin left the Bills today and has informed them he is retiring
This almost definitely allows Matthews to work from the slot/flanker role, not that it really changes the Bills plans. From the glimpse of the Bills preseason game I saw, they had Boldin working outside in the X-receiver position, formerly held by Watkins. I have little doubt that Boldin knows he no longer has the physical ability to fulfil the requirements of that position, so he left.

Fantasy Goo: I still think he ends up somewhere, and will vulture enough TD’s to devalue others, but not have enough value on his own to be fantasy viable. Zay Jones is back in play for the late round flyer, and Clay is looking like a good match-up streamer at TE.


08/20/17, 07:53 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Zay Jones

Buffalo Bills

Boldin Retires... For Now...


Anquan Boldin left the Bills today and has informed them he is retiring
This almost definitely allows Matthews to work from the slot/flanker role, not that it really changes the Bills plans. From the glimpse of the Bills preseason game I saw, they had Boldin working outside in the X-receiver position, formerly held by Watkins. I have little doubt that Boldin knows he no longer has the physical ability to fulfil the requirements of that position, so he left.

Fantasy Goo: I still think he ends up somewhere, and will vulture enough TD’s to devalue others, but not have enough value on his own to be fantasy viable. Zay Jones is back in play for the late round flyer, and Clay is looking like a good match-up streamer at TE.


08/20/17, 07:53 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Charles Clay

Buffalo Bills

Boldin Retires... For Now...


Anquan Boldin left the Bills today and has informed them he is retiring
This almost definitely allows Matthews to work from the slot/flanker role, not that it really changes the Bills plans. From the glimpse of the Bills preseason game I saw, they had Boldin working outside in the X-receiver position, formerly held by Watkins. I have little doubt that Boldin knows he no longer has the physical ability to fulfil the requirements of that position, so he left.

Fantasy Goo: I still think he ends up somewhere, and will vulture enough TD’s to devalue others, but not have enough value on his own to be fantasy viable. Zay Jones is back in play for the late round flyer, and Clay is looking like a good match-up streamer at TE.


08/20/17, 07:53 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Jordan Reed

Washington Redskins

Jordan Reed (toe) Activated from PUP List


Fantasy Goo: Reed has averaged the most fantasy points per game over the past two seasons and is targeted on a minimum of 15% of his routes. Like Gronk, with Reed you have to assume that he will not play all 16 games, but don’t shy away from Reed because when he was active in 2016 he was a top 10 TE 75% of the time.


08/20/17, 05:45 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Le'Veon Bell

Pittsburgh Steelers

Bell Lookin' To Get PAID!


“Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell will report back to team before regular season kicks off, though it remains unclear exactly when.” Bell values himself at about $15mm per year, your move Rooney.

Fantasy Goo: There is no doubt Bell is an elite RB1 when he is active, this hold-out makes me nervous. He might be staying in shape, but there is no way to really simulate game-speed without actually participating with the team. He missed 3 games last year and came in shredding defenses, but that is much different than missing camp completely.


08/18/17, 05:48 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Eddie Lacy

Seattle Seahawks

Seattle's Crowded Backfield


Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls ankle injury will hold him out of week 2 preseason action on Friday. It’s being called a minor injury and Eddie Lacy is now expected to be the starting tailback for the second preseason game.

Fantasy Goo: When it was first announced that Rawls would get the start I thought nothing of it, teams usually rest their banged-up players week 2 anyway. Week 3 is what we really care about, but if they’re resting Rawls this week that becomes somewhat questionable. We should probably consider this a full blown committee at this point, in which case you can read our “League Winners” article to see who I think is worthy of drafting in this backfield.


08/17/17, 09:24 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Thomas Rawls

Seattle Seahawks

Seattle's Crowded Backfield


Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls ankle injury will hold him out of week 2 preseason action on Friday. It’s being called a minor injury and Eddie Lacy is now expected to be the starting tailback for the second preseason game.

Fantasy Goo: When it was first announced that Rawls would get the start I thought nothing of it, teams usually rest their banged-up players week 2 anyway. Week 3 is what we really care about, but if they’re resting Rawls this week that becomes somewhat questionable. We should probably consider this a full blown committee at this point, in which case you can read our “League Winners” article to see who I think is worthy of drafting in this backfield.


08/17/17, 09:24 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Andrew Luck

Indianapolis Colts

Indy Needs Some Luck


There has been quite a bit of concern about Andrew Luck’s availability to start the season on the active roster after offseason surgery. Hartbeat points out that, “Colts seem confident in Luck for week 1 as they haven't changed their playbook.” There is a concern about his offensive line though as starting C Ryan Kelly is likely to find himself on the designated IR for return after foot surgery.

Fantasy Goo: Luck put together a 2016 season with a career best 71.2 QBR and a 92.4 PFF grade. If he’s healthy he’s a must start, and his ADP has fallen nearly two rounds since August first. He is now being drafted as the eighth QB off the board. Check out the Draft Kit vol.3 to get the full goo.


08/17/17, 08:57 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Curtis Samuel

Carolina Panthers

Samuel Back in Pads


Curtis Samuel was back in full pads for today's practice (Wednesday), he has missed almost all of training camp with a hamstring problem that began as a issue in the spring. He's been out for so long that it's hard to see him having a immediate early-season role.

Fantasy Goo: Samuel is the ultimate utility knife if he can get healthy, he can pick up the big plays vacated by Ginn and match anything fellow rookie McCaffrey does in the passing game.


08/16/17, 08:15 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Ty Montgomery

Green Bay Packers

Green Bay Rookie's on Display


“Ty Montgomery’s likely absence from Saturday night’s preseason game at Washington will put an even bigger spotlight on the depth-chart battle involving three of Green Bay’s third-day draft picks. Williams is the front-runner in part because he’s shown the best aptitude for pass protection in the backfield. Jones has displayed a different gear in the open field that he’d love to show off in a game if he gets a crease. Mays is the best example of compact power, at 5-10 and 230 pounds.”

Fantasy Goo:Ty performed very well last year with the 3rd best juke rate of 34% and the best yards per contact per touch of all RBs at 2.8. The issue with Montgomery is Jamaal Williams is in line to take away the short yardage work and it’s unclear what type of volume Ty can handle as he rushed double digits in only 1 game.


08/16/17, 07:58 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: www.packers.com


Jamaal Williams

Green Bay Packers

Green Bay Rookie's on Display


“Ty Montgomery’s likely absence from Saturday night’s preseason game at Washington will put an even bigger spotlight on the depth-chart battle involving three of Green Bay’s third-day draft picks. Williams is the front-runner in part because he’s shown the best aptitude for pass protection in the backfield. Jones has displayed a different gear in the open field that he’d love to show off in a game if he gets a crease. Mays is the best example of compact power, at 5-10 and 230 pounds.”

Fantasy Goo:Ty performed very well last year with the 3rd best juke rate of 34% and the best yards per contact per touch of all RBs at 2.8. The issue with Montgomery is Jamaal Williams is in line to take away the short yardage work and it’s unclear what type of volume Ty can handle as he rushed double digits in only 1 game.


08/16/17, 07:58 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: www.packers.com


Jaron Brown

Arizona Cardinals

Jaron Number Two?


Larry Fitzgerald is the No. 1 wideout. Brown? “He’s No. 2 right now,” Coach Bruce Arians said Tuesday.
“I’ve been here for a while,” Jaron Brown said. “Every camp is different. We obviously have injuries, and that gives me an opportunity. I just try to take advantage.

Fantasy Goo: I could see Jaron shooting up draft boards, and I like him as a last round dart throw, but this just makes that receiving corps all the more crowded. A torn ACL prevented Jaron from possibly breaking-out last year. Yesterday we thought JJ Nelson would emerge, I’m sure we will be re-visiting this regularly.


08/16/17, 04:21 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Cole Beasley

Dallas Cowboys

Beasley Under the Radar


NFL Next Gen Stats have revealed many of their numbers to the public recently. Hartbeat picked this one out on Twitter: Cole Beasley adding another advanced stat that he thrives in, Top 10 in separation among all pass catchers.

Fantasy Goo: Beasley was one of the most efficient weapons in the NFL last year. His Defense-adjusted Yards above Replacement and Defense-adjusted Value over Average ranked as 5th best among WRs. For more on Beasley and others check out the Pyro Pulse podcast episode 6, WR Tiers.


08/15/17, 05:08 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


John Brown

Arizona Cardinals

John Brown’s Health Back in Question


WR John Brown looking like sickle cell IS NOT being managed by the Cardinals. Could be another injury plagued season for Brown. Arians said WR John Brown not practicing full time is a concern (He's been participating in certain drills during practice).

Fantasy Goo: JJ Nelson was the WR11 in PPR scoring weeks 13-17, it appears as though we should be drafting Nelson as one of our late round flyers immediately. If the Brown news continues to be negative we will begin to see Nelson’s stock rise. Jaron Brown and Chad Williams are names we should also keep an eye on, but Arians has complained about their lack of performance publicly.


08/15/17, 04:28 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Maxx Williams

Baltimore Ravens

Maxx Looks Slow, Open Door for Watson


“Tight end Maxx Williams deserves a ton of credit for persevering through a serious knee surgery and getting back onto the field this summer. But in watching him run, it’s still pretty clear that he has a ways to go. He has bulked up and gotten considerably stronger, so it will be interesting to see whether he becomes more of a blocking tight end, assuming he’s on the season-opening roster.”

fantasy Goo: Ben Watson appears to be worth a last round flier. Denis Pitta was the number eight TE overall last year and he only scored 2 TD’s. Watson was the number 6 TE in 2015 with Drew Brees throwing him 6 TD’s.


08/15/17, 03:54 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: www.baltimoresun.com


Ryan Mathews

Philadelphia Eagles

Ryan Matthews Released


After passing his physical earlier today, The Eagles have informed former starting RB Ryan Mathews that he's been released. This move was completely expected, the Eagles save a bunch of money by releasing him now.

Fantasy Goo: Hartbeat would like to see him land in: IND, SF, MIA or CHI (all backup roles). I think the Giants or Ravens should see what he has left in the tank, even if it’s just a few games Matthews is a talented back, he’s just been drenched with injuries. I don’t think the team that picks him up has to pay much for him.


08/15/17, 03:30 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Devonta Freeman

Atlanta Falcons

Freeman in Concussion Protocol


Coach Quinn says Devonta Freeman is in concussion protocol, will be ruled out for Sunday's game. This really means nothing if he’s back by next week, but if this lingers like Jay Ajayi’s concussion, Coleman might actually be worth his draft value in the sixth round.

Fantasy Goo: Despite being only 206 lbs he had the 3rd most RZ carries with 53. Although Coleman is an extremely strong receiver Freeman was still top 5 in catches among RBs on only a 63% snap share.


08/14/17, 04:34 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Leonard Fournette

Jacksonville Jaguars

Fournette Battling Same Issues


Jaguars rookie RB Leonard Fournette suffered a foot injury and HC Doug Marrone said team intends to be "careful with him." Fournette battled a recurring foot/ankle injury throughout his final season at LSU. It was a real problem most of the year.

Fantasy Goo: Fournette was clocked running 22.9 MPH at LSU last season, for reference Tyreek Hill was the NFLs fastest player at 23.2MPH. It appears as though Jacksonville is being cautious, but rookies need to get on the field and learn the nuances of the NFL, especially pass blocking.


08/14/17, 03:31 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Jordan Matthews

Buffalo Bills

Matthews Must Play With Pain


Bills' WR Jordan Mathews has what team is calling "a chip fracture in his sternum" and is week to week.
The good news is that it’s just a pain tolerance issue. The bad news is that it can be pretty painful.

Fantasy Goo: Matthews move to Buffalo had very little effect on his projections, but with lack of practice with his new team he will almost certainly get off to a slow start. Check the Pyro Pulse Podcast (Ep.5) to get the hot, sticky goo on how this affects the value of the other Bills and Eagles skill players.


08/14/17, 03:29 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Marqise Lee

Jacksonville Jaguars

Lee High Ankle Sprain Opens Door for Hurns, Again


Jaguars WR Marqise Lee suffered a high-ankle sprain, source said. He'll push hard to be ready for Week 1, but caution could push it back.

Fantasy Goo: Lee was the 39th overall pick of the 2014 draft. In 2016 he caught a career-high 63 passes for 851 yards and three touchdowns. He was finally healthy after continuous injuries the last two years. I think many would rank him higher if we could be sure that he has beaten Allen Hurns out for regular targets.


08/14/17, 02:56 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Jordan Reed

Washington Redskins

Reed Has "Special Shoes"


“Redskins tight end Jordan Reed said his new cleats and orthotics have made a difference for his sprained big toe. Reed said, "I'll be out there shortly." He remains on the PUP list.”

Fantasy Goo: Jay Gruden has made it very clear that the offense runs through Jordan Reed, this was never more prominent than when the Redskins let their two best WRs based on production walk this offseason. Reed has obviously red flags when it comes to injuries, he is one dirty hit away from a career ending concussion. When he is healthy, there is no TE that I would rather have, Reed has averaged the most fantasy points per game over the past two seasons and is targeted on a minimum of 15% of his routes.
For more see Hartbeat TE Gold Diggers vol.1


08/13/17, 08:24 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com


Sterling Shepard

New York Giants

Shepard Back in Practice


“Just 11 days after he was carted off the practice field with an ankle injury fearing the worst, Shepard practiced fully with his teammates on Sunday. There appeared to be very few restrictions on the second-year receiver, who also didn't seem to be favoring his injured ankle at all.”

Fantasy Goo: Shepard finished second among rookie WRs in targets, catches, yards and touchdowns. In general, second year WRs see a jump in fantasy production by 16%, but Sterling is more likely to move in an inverse fashion. With the Giants bringing in Brandon Marshall and Evan Engram, Shepard is the most likely to see a decrease in targets. See Hartbeat, WR Gold Diggers vol.1 for more.


08/13/17, 07:55 PM CDT by Wheeler

Source: twitter.com

Designing The Perfect Fantasy Running Back

Designing The Perfect Fantasy Running Back

Posted by d-Rx on 12/12/12

by   The Archer


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Designing the Perfect Fantasy Running Back


Have you ever wished you could be a mad scientist and create a football team of mutated supermen?  What if through some breakthrough in genetic engineering we were able to make the perfect player, for fantasy domination. This guy would be the unquestioned number one player at his position.  Every player in the league has strengths and weaknesses, and it is up to me to harness these strengths and put together a player, mutating the best features of each into the perfect Fantasy stud, albeit mutated.  Here we are, back at the lab again for another experiment in genetic engineering this time to design the perfect fantasy running back.


The running back mutation will be built on 10 different criteria blended together to make the perfect player at the position.  These 10 genetic mutations are: Size, Speed, Vision, Hands, Elusiveness, Touchdown Prowess, Open Field Ability, Will, Versatility, and Ball Security. He will also be surrounded with an offensive line that will make him impossible to stop. We must choose one player at his position to take an attribute from, and each player can only be “harvested” once. Let us begin our experiment.  

 

Size – There are many different opinions on the perfect size for a running back, whether it be a short thick bowling ball like Maurice Jones Drew (5’8” 215 pounds) or a Scat back the size of C.J. Spiller (5’11” 200 pounds), it all depends on the scheme that the offense will typically run. No matter the scheme I know there is one guy every team would love to have on their team and that is Adrian Peterson. His size is remarkable at 6’1” 220 pounds, he is as big as some linebackers and no one wants to meet him one on one in the hole. Peterson isn’t the battering ram of Brandon Jacobs but at his size he can do all things well and that is why he is the perfect candidate to start with. 

 

Speed – Speed is relative when it comes to running backs at the NFL level. You can be one of the fastest to ever wear a jersey, but that will not make you the most effective. You must use your speed to your advantage and once there is space you must explode through the hole. Chris Johnson is one of the fastest players in the NFL without a doubt and the fact that he has a 2,000 yard rushing season under his belt shows that he can use his speed effectively. Johnson is so fast he ran a 4.24 forty at the NFL combine and absolutely wowed scouts, jumping himself to be selected in the first round. Chris Johnson can absolutely fly down the sideline and might have the best straight-line speed of anyone not named Usain Bolt. If you ask Johnson however he believes he could beat bolt in the forty.

 

Vision – Vision is an underrated aspect of a running backs game, but without it even the top guys would fail to average 4 yards a carry. A running play is always designed to hit one gap, offenses and defenses both know this, sometimes it is executed to perfection opening a seem any running back could go through. Other times the main hole is filled but a cutback lane is wide open, those with great vision find this lane and explode through it. Matt Forte isn’t the fastest or most elusive back in the league but he has great vision and finds seams in the defense. Forte can see a hole two lineman over, make a move and explode through the hole. Forte’s vision makes him fun to watch as he can consistently gash defenses for 10 yard chunks. With an offensive line as bad as the Bears it is a must for a back to have good vision, without it 2 yard gains would be the norm.  

 

Hands – Having good hands for a running back just used to be an added bonus for some of the best running backs in the league now it is a must in today’s pass heavy NFL. Ray Rice has a great set of hands for a running back in the NFL and constantly seems to be catching 70 passes year after year. His 70 catches would make for an adequate third receiver but this is on top of what he does running the ball, not to mention that he averages 10 yards a catch and add in a few scores in it is hard not to love the receiving element Rice’s hands bring to our players game. In today’s NFL it is super important for a back to be not only able to catch passes but to gain yardage after the catch. Last season there were 12 backs with over 400 yards receiving and as this league becomes ever more skewed toward the pass we can only expect this number to rise in future seasons.  

 

Elusiveness - Elusiveness is a big part of an NFL backs game; it is something that allows them to turn a 5 yard run into a 64 yard score. Most scat back types in the NFL are very elusive constantly breaking defenders ankles. C.J. Spiller is one of the most elusive runners in the game with quick hips and ability to shift his hips and leave defenders in the dust. CJ’s ability to make moves make him effective in tight areas, slide through small holes, and explode for long gainers. Most of the truly elusive backs in the NFL are used as change of pace backs as their size has been questioned as their ability to carry a full load of carries, given the chance I have no doubt in my mind that he could be a 25+ touch a game type of back because his elusiveness will keep him from being hit.  Spiller is currently 2nd in the league with 10 runs for 20 yards or more, while being slowed by injury, trailing only Adrian Peterson.  

 

Touchdown Prowess – One of the biggest things NFL backs are asked to do is find the endzone when the team is in the red-zone, some vultures (Tommy Vardell Brandon Jacobs, Michael Bush, and Mike Tolbert just to name a few) have made an NFL and fantasy career out of being able to do just that. There are a few runners today that have a knack for finding the endzone, but the best candidate to harvest would have to be Arian Foster. In his 43 career games he has scored 44 total touchdowns, hard to complain about a running back that is going to score once a game. Arian Foster is a threat to score from anywhere on the field but he excels at punching it in within the five yard line. Scores are always a big if for players today, but with Arian they are almost guaranteed, which makes him the most sought after commodity in Fantasy today.  

 

Open Field Ability – A back who is deadly out in space is a great resource because he can score from anywhere on the field. Whether it is a handoff, a screen, or a simple dump off, no one wants to see a guy like Jamaal Charles sprinting towards them. Charles has an array of moves that can leave defenders in the dust. He can use speed, jukes, spin, stiff arms and other moves to take it to the house and that is a great thing. You can check your stats all game long and then suddenly you see one rush for 80 yards and a TD, that is a good day for most backs but guys who can do it on one carry in this league are truly special.  

 

Will Power – There are some running backs out there that just refuse to be denied, whether it is fighting for an extra yard or leaving his body exposed to try and get in the endzone. Maurice Jones-Drew has always been doubted as a running back because he is no taller than I (5’6”) and this is an impressive feat in itself, and yet he uses this as motivation. This guy has been under-recruited, under-drafted, and under-paid for mush of his career and he just uses that as fire to keep the train that is MJD rolling through ball carriers. If I has to choose one ball carrier in the league to get me one yard, MJD would be my first choice because he will never quit fighting for it, and that is all one can ask for. The Jags offense is so atrocious that it feels like MJD must fight for every yard on every play or this team would be 3 and out every series. As they say it’s not the size of the dog in the fight but the size of the fight in the dog.   

 

Versatility - Sometimes versatile backs can get pigeonholed into being a 3rd down guy, a slot receiver or a return specialist, but versatility can be a huge asset when used properly. Reggie Bush is one of the most versatile backs out there when healthy. For starters, in a collegiate game against Fresno State he posted over 500 total yards, an absolutely insane number for someone other than a quarterback. In his rookie year, he was lined up in so many different spots and he caught 88 passes, which was top 10 in the league. Not to mention he has 4 career punt returns for touchdowns, and also had a 1,000 yard rushing season. With the NFL game ever evolving it is important that we can use our back in a multitude of roles including splitting him out side and letting him dominate those who try to cover him down the field. With the versatility of Reggie Bush our back would also be able to do anything we need him to do and play ever skill position on the field and special teams.  

 

Ball Security – The Lawfirm of BenJarvus Green-Ellis is the obvious choice for ball security. Before this season he had never fumbled once in his 4 year NFL career, this is unique as he has had 400+ carries over the last two seasons. Feature Backs are just prone to fumbling, even the best in the league through their careers average about 3 a season. The Lawfirm has three this season, but if you average those out, it is still 1 fumble every 20 games, a number any back in this league will gladly take. Ball security will be a huge asset to our back as he can be trusted for almost never giving it to the opposing defense, and with his array of skills we can’t get our back into the doghouse with fumbling issues.

 

Our experiment is now complete, we have just created the perfect fantasy running back by fusing the Size of Adrian Peterson, Speed of Chris Johnson, Vision of Matt Forte, Hands of Ray Rice, Elusiveness of C.J. Spiller, Touchdown Prowess of Arian Foster, Open Field Ability of Jamaal Charles, Will Power of Maurice Jones-Drew, Versatility of Reggie Bush, and the Ball Security of BenJarvus Green-Ellis.

 

To put our player in the best situation we will put him in a Rex Ryan offense, give him the workload of Trent Richardson, and line him up behind the zone blocking scheme of the Houston Texans offensive line. With a great back like ours Rex will allow him to run all day, with his ground and pound style. The workload will give him a great mix of running plays as well as opportunities in the passing game. The zone scheme of the Texans O-Line will open up holes for him to exploit.


A projected stat line: 350 Attempts for 2,200 Yards 20 Touchdowns. 100 catches for 800 yards and 10 Touchdowns. Total Fantasy Points: 480 Fantasy Points. Fantasy Points per Game: 30.0


Next Up: The Perfect Fantasy Receiver


 

by: Stagg Party