RBs don't get passed around like onion casserole at Thanksgiving and then magically turn into RB1s in Year 6. I imagine as we've seen before, CEH's price will probably end up in the second/third round as he gets over hyped this off-season and William's price will sink down to where he's a great value. That was in 2013, and since then I don't think there was any concern. If memory serves, not that long ago this backfield was a committee & Hunt emerged with the hot hand.   Your previous content has been restored.   Pasted as rich text. × They already have a RB in Williams who seems to fit the offense very well, they drafted Darwin Thompson last year whom the fantasy community was gaga over, plus Darrell Williams who seems like a capable backup. Last year some expected Williams to be fantasy elite. Damien Williams 1.35 James White 1.28 Duke Johnson 1.20 What don’t you understand about the fact that any of the above given bellcow touches will be a high end RB1. Or sign a FA. 1) I guarantee it won't be DamiAn Williams......he flamed out of the league years ago as a WR, never learned to play the RB position and is now facing battery charges. Passed over is probably more appropriate, than passed around, which was what I was trying to get at with my Onion casserole analogy. Don't tell me all that was still over a couple joints in College? Almost not valued at all, which is weird considering he’s proven that he can be a very productive fantasy RB as part of a committee on arguably the best offense in the NFL. He helped KC win a super bowl but guess how many fantasy teams that helped? Sure he had good games when he was used as a lead back last year but what RB didn’t do good for KC last year when getting big touches. I don’t think they will. Who's taking his job? Even Zeke, when given targets, isn’t a great receiving RB, as can be seen by his pedestrian, volume … I don’t think they will either, but we don’t KNOW they won’t. 32 coaches decided he wasn't worth drafting, and 3 different Miami Dolphin coaches decided he wasn't worth giving a workload to. It's the same dilemma as drafting him last year. I wonder what his fantasy points per touch were last season. Obviously if they don't sign or draft anyone of major significance, then game on for Damien in 2019 and a clear top 10 RB that won't last past the 2nd round. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. It seems like some folks are expecting him to fade entirely into the background and CEH to become a workhorse given Andy's tendencies. Obviously, this is the absolute ideal scenario for him. he'd either hit a wall or be hurt by week 6. Even if by some miracle or tragedy they did, and they leaned on him like Kareem Hunt, he'd either hit a wall or be hurt by week 6. A lot of replacement backs have had a nice 4 or 5 game stretch, after a quiet career, then are never heard from again. Lamont Sanford, April 14 in Fantasy Football Talk, https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cbssports.com/fantasy/football/news/2020-fantasy-football-rankings-model-that-beat-experts-says-draft-damien-williams-avoid-aaron-rodgers/amp/, Interesting prediction before they even hold the NFL draft.

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