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Regular Season, Updated: 8/16/18

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 Jacquizz Rodgers, TB (Bye: 5)
73
Height: 5’6”   Weight: 196   DOB: 1990-02-06   Age: 28
College: Oregon State   Draft: 2011 Round 5 (14) 
SeasonTeamGameAtt Yard TDRec Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2015CHI514 41 0 1 10 0 5.1 1.0
2016TB10129 560 2 13 98 0 77.8 7.8
2017TB1364 244 1 9 74 0 37.8 2.9
2018 (Projected)TB 65 240 2 5 29 0 38.9  

 Chase Edmonds, ARI (Bye: 9)
74
Height: 5’9”   Weight: 205   DOB: 1996-04-13   Age: 22
College: Fordham   Draft: 2018 Round 4 (34) 
SeasonTeamGameAtt Yard TDRec Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2018 (Projected)ARI 32 145 1 24 186 0 39.1  

Outlook: One of the more under-the-radar draft picks from a fantasy perspective might end up being the Cardinals' selection of Fordham running back Chase Edmonds in the fourth round. Edmonds, who has drawn comparisons to players like Dion Lewis and Matt Forte due to his tremendous agility numbers, is a versatile playmaker who could very well see some playing time as a way to keep Johnson healthy.

Edmonds likely won't see significant enough playing time to warrant weekly fantasy appeal but he is a nice complement to Johnson and would have immediate and significant fantasy value should Johnson suffer another injury this season. The only other backs on the roster are lackluster names like Elijhaa Penny, D.J. Foster and T.J. Logan who really don't offer much upside, so Edmonds is the one to own if you're planning on "handcuffing" Johnson in your fantasy draft.


 Robert Turbin, IND (Bye: 9)
75
Height: 5’10”   Weight: 222   DOB: 1989-12-02   Age: 28
College: Utah State   Draft: 2012 Round 4 (11) 
SeasonTeamGameAtt Yard TDRec Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2015DAL1050 199 1 7 23 0 28.2 2.8
2016IND1547 164 7 26 179 1 82.3 5.5
2017IND623 53 1 9 56 0 16.9 2.8
2018 (Projected)IND 47 180 1 12 77 0 31.7  

 Kenneth Dixon, BAL (Bye: 10)
76
Height: 5’10”   Weight: 215   DOB: 1994-01-21   Age: 24
College: Louisiana Tech   Draft: 2016 Round 4 (36) 
SeasonTeamGameAtt Yard TDRec Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2016BAL1288 382 2 30 162 1 72.4 6.0
2018 (Projected)BAL 56 235 1 5 32 0 32.7  

Outlook: A suspension and a knee injury cost Dixon's 2017 season and most of the goodwill built up from his solid rookie season in 2016. As a rookie he showed three-down skills and his talent alone should be enough for him to at least push Allen for the No.2 gig. The Ravens are by no means committed to Collins as the long term answer, and I do think Dixon will be given every opportunity to prove himself. Because he missed his entire sophomore campaign and is third on the depth chart at the moment he's a great flyer option at the back end of drafts. But watch his ADP climb as the offseason wears on if he shows the chops to challenge the guys ahead of him.


 James Conner, PIT (Bye: 7)
77
Height: 6’1”   Weight: 233   DOB: 1995-05-05   Age: 23
College: Pittsburgh   Draft: 2017 Round 3 (41) 
SeasonTeamGameAtt Yard TDRec Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017PIT1232 144 0 0 0 0 14.4 1.2
2018 (Projected)PIT 46 203 1 2 14 0 27.7  

Outlook: Conner has an amazing story of perseverance, but he'll need more than an inspiring story to help the Steelers in his second season. His rookie campaign was largely a wash, as the 3rd rounder played in 12 games, but had a largely uninspiring 32 carries and zero receptions. A knee injury ended his season early, and he enters 2018 in a big spot. With Bell likely in the final season with the team, Conner has to show the Steelers he has what it takes to be the heir apparent. He's apparently worked extremely hard this offseason to remake his body, and work on the weak spots in his game. By most accounts he was impressive in spring practices, and how he looks in the preseason will go a long way in determining whether he becomes someone to watch in dynasty and redraft leagues alike. He'll get all the reps in camp with Bell holding out, and if he can show he was what it takes, could be a worthy handcuff to Bell owners.


 Jeremy Hill, NE (Bye: 11)
78
Height: 6’2”   Weight: 233   DOB: 1992-10-20   Age: 25
College: Louisiana State   Draft: 2014 Round 2 (23) 
SeasonTeamGameAtt Yard TDRec Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2015CIN16223 794 11 15 79 1 159.3 10.0
2016CIN15222 839 9 21 174 0 155.3 10.4
2017CIN737 116 0 4 16 0 13.2 1.9
2018 (Projected)NE 44 167 2 1 9 0 29.6  

 Rob Kelley, WAS (Bye: 4)
79
Height: 6’0”   Weight: 228   DOB: 1992-10-03   Age: 25
College: Tulane   Draft:
SeasonTeamGameAtt Yard TDRec Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2016WAS14168 704 6 12 82 1 120.6 8.6
2017WAS762 194 3 4 18 0 39.2 5.6
2018 (Projected)WAS 46 179 2 3 23 0 32.2  

 DeAndre Washington, OAK (Bye: 7)
80
Height: 5’8”   Weight: 204   DOB: 1993-02-22   Age: 25
College: Texas Tech   Draft: 2016 Round 5 (4) 
SeasonTeamGameAtt Yard TDRec Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2016OAK1386 467 2 17 115 0 70.2 5.4
2017OAK1557 153 2 34 197 1 53.0 3.5
2018 (Projected)OAK 40 155 1 7 45 1 32.0  

 Kyle Juszczyk, SF (Bye: 11)
81
Height: 6’1”   Weight: 248   DOB: 1991-04-23   Age: 27
College: Harvard   Draft: 2013 Round 4 (33) 
SeasonTeamGameAtt Yard TDRec Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2015BAL162 3 0 41 321 4 56.4 3.5
2016BAL165 22 1 37 266 0 34.8 2.2
2017SF137 31 0 33 315 1 40.6 3.1
2018 (Projected)SF 11 45 0 32 217 1 32.2  

 J.D. McKissic, SEA (Bye: 7)
82
Height: 5’10”   Weight: 187   DOB: 1993-08-15   Age: 25
College: Arkansas State   Draft:
SeasonTeamGameAtt Yard TDRec Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2016SEA11 2 0 2 16 0 1.8 1.8
2017SEA1246 187 1 34 266 2 63.3 5.3
2018 (Projected)SEA 21 82 0 26 185 0 26.7  

Outlook: Now entering his third season as a pro, J.D. McKissic will have to earn his roster spot by beating out the likes of C.J. Prosise and Mike Davis. A college wide receiver who converted to running back in the NFL, McKissic is easily the most polished pass catcher in Seattle's backfield and that could be enough to earn him the role as the team's primary back in passing down situations. McKissic was impressive as a pass catcher in limited snaps in 2017, catching 34 balls for 266 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed for 4.1 yards per carry, albeit on just 46 attempts, with one touchdown.

With Seattle likely to be in passing down situations more than ever this season, McKissic could actually see his role increase this season, especially if he makes the roster and Prosise does not. Still, he's only a fantasy option in very deep PPR formats right now, at least until we see the final roster cuts.


 Jonathan Williams, NO (Bye: 6)
83
Height: 5’11”   Weight: 220   DOB: 1994-02-02   Age: 24
College: Arkansas   Draft: 2016 Round 5 (18) 
SeasonTeamGameAtt Yard TDRec Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2016BUF827 94 1 1 0 0 15.4 1.9
2018 (Projected)NO 36 115 1 5 42 0 21.7  

Outlook: Beyond Kamara and Ingram, there are mostly question marks in the New Orleans backfield, but Jonathan Williams stands out as the most likely to receive early season carries in Ingram's absence. Williams didn't play in 2017 after his suspension and subsequent release from Buffalo. His release came as a bit of a surprise after he was relatively effective during his rookie season. Williams amassed just 94 yards and 1 touchdown, but served as the "big back" as a complement to the workhorse, LeSean McCoy. Because of his size and strength, Williams appears to be best equipped to fill in for the suspended Ingram. As a late round flier, Williams could be an option for a fantasy team weak at running back.


 Kalen Ballage, MIA (Bye: 11)
84
Height: 6’1”   Weight: 227   DOB: 1995-12-22   Age: 22
College: Arizona State   Draft: 2018 Round 4 (31) 
SeasonTeamGameAtt Yard TDRec Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2018 (Projected)MIA 27 118 1 2 15 0 19.3  

Outlook: At 6'2", 230 pounds, Kalen Ballage is a physical freak who rushed for 20 touchdowns in his final two seasons with the Arizona State Sun Devils. Enticed by a size and speed mixture not often found in a 230-pound running back, the Dolphins drafted Ballage in the fourth round of the NFL draft. While his size and power make him an attractive sleeper to compete in a backfield with Kenyon Drake and Frank Gore, his inconsistent play at Arizona and the fact that he never rushed for more than 700 yards in a season are red flags. For now, Ballage is third in the pecking order for opportunities but does have some late-round flier appeal in 12-team redraft leagues.