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Fantasy Football Week 12 Running Back Preview: Waiver adds, projections, DFS plays, and more

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The trend in the NFL over the last 10 years has definitely been towards fewer spin workhorses. This has been a major headache for Fantasy managers, but at least in the last couple of weeks, that trend seems to have reversed.

Khalil Herbert’s injury appears to be forcing David Montgomery to hit 20 touches a game again. The Cardinals unexpectedly cut out Ino Benjamin, putting James Conner in a similar situation. And Jaylen Warren’s hamstring injury could do the same to Nadji Harris. But the one workhorse no one expected was Latavius ​​Murray.

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The Broncos released Melvin Gordon after another setback, and Chase Edmonds will be out for a few weeks with an ankle injury. This leaves Murray with Marlon Mack and Divine Ozigbo as his rivals for touch. And that will likely make him one of the top 20 runners for the foreseeable future.

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Murray isn’t going to be an effective rusher, but neither is Conner or Montgomery. Like them, he also seems to have blocked valuable touches. He’s got seven catches in the last two weeks combined, and no one takes him off the field within the five-yard line.

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In a running position, more than in any other position, role is more important than talent. And the role of Murray looks like you need to start running back.

Now let’s move on to the rest of the Week 12 RB Preview:

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Who got out

The following players are not currently expected to play in Week 12. Here’s what it means:

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Numbers to know

  • 84.1% — Route Participation Level for Nadja Harris. The 37 routes in week 11 was the most routes Harris has run this season, and this is reflected in his Fantasy output.
  • 154.7 — Tony Pollard has led the NFL in rushing yards per game since Week 8 and tied with Jamaal Williams in touchdowns (6) during that time.
  • 17 — Playing for David Montgomery in the first game without Khalil Herbert. Trestan Abner had six carries for eight yards.
  • 3 — Alvin Kamara has only three touchdowns this season, all of which came in Week 8 against the Raiders.
  • 7 — Touching Karim Hunt last week. For now, he’s just handcuffed.
  • 54 — Commanders have not allowed a running back to run more than 54 yards in five straight games.
  • four Isaiah Pacheco led the Chiefs in carry for several weeks in a row. He has established himself as a top ball handler but does nothing in the passing game.

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Matches that matter


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Goals of ditching wires


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dfs plays


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Heath Predictions



Source: www.cbssports.com

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