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Ranking the Running Back Handcuffs (2021 Fantasy Football ...

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Michael Carter
Leonard Fournette
Michael Carter
Zack Moss
Gus Edwards Kenyan
Drake Javonte
Nick Chubb
Bruce Arians
Ronald Jones
Devin Singletary
Josh Allen
Melvin Gordon
Trey Sermon
A.J. Dillon
James Conner
Travis Etienne
Kyle Shanahan
Jamaal Williams
Dillon –
Aaron Jones
Aaron Rodgers
Tony Pollard Javonte
Alexander MattisonThese
Ezekiel Elliott‘s
Dalvin Cook
TierZack Moss Javonte
Phillip Lindsay
Tevin Coleman
Trey Lance
Raheem Mostert
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Michael Carter is someone who could steal the Jets starting running back job early in the yearOne of the most popular debates among fantasy footballers every year includes the question, “Should I draft my running back’s handcuff?” That’s a difficult question to answer, as there are many variables that come into play, but that’s the reason for this article today.This chart we’ll see today will have no bearing on which running backs you have as your starters. Javonte WilliamsThese are the running backs who can be played as flex options most weeks and shouldn’t require an injury to the starter to carry some value. Hunt finished as the RB10 last year, and though he wasn’t the 10th best running back in fantasy, he was able to be played as an RB2/RB3 most weeks, even with Nick Chubb in the lineup. Sermon could very well take over as the starter in this backfield at some point, but until then, it’s tough to rely on the 49ers No. 2 running back every week, as the touches have been so sporadic over the years under Kyle Shanahan.The Packers were giving Jamaal Williams 8-10 touches per week, so why wouldn’t they give Dillon – the guy they drafted in the second round – a similar workload behind Aaron Jones? Melvin Gordon is still facing potential discipline from the league for a DUI, which could give Williams a window to steal the job.The Jets are saying that Tevin Coleman is the starter right now, but it’s only a matter of time before they realize Carter’s the better option.

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