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Training Camp Update #2
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21 Value Plays at Running Back
The "Value Plays" series is one of the best things we do at Footballguys. We poll the staff for the players at each position they see as undervalued, overvalued and those that are deep sleepers. Then we tally the votes and show you the results. In this one, our team pulls out the 21 running backs who we think will overperform their draft position. These are the kinds of players that win leagues.
14 Running Backs Who Could be Overvalued
In this one, the Footballguys Staff lists the running backs they see as likely to fail to deliver the value in line with where they're likely to be drafted. These are the kinds of players that can sink a team.
Average Draft Position Updated
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Preseason Week 1 Nuggets
Our Dwain McFarland unearths some of the more interesting nuggets found through watching and charting every snap of the first-team offenses for week one of the NFL preseason.
RB2 By Committee
Our Jeff Pasquino breaks down how to find a second starting running back by committee for 2019.
Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck (ankle) is unlikely to play in the preseason due to an ankle issue, according to general manager Chris Ballard Tuesday, Aug. 13. Ballard said he's not ready to say the regular-season opener is in jeopardy due to the injury and Luck will continue rehabbing.
Stay tuned closely to this one as things don't seem to be adding up. Lots of these reports are conflicting which worries us. Clearly something isn't right here and we're hoping to have more clarity soon. If you're drafting today, I'd avoid Luck until we know more. It's just that uncertain right now.
Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott's return in time for the season opener against the New York Giants may have no better than a 50-50 proposition, according to comments made by CBS Sports color analyst Tony Romo.
Brown will find a new helmet and get back to practice when his feet are healed. Now that is equipment grievance is over, we wait as Brown's feet recover. There's no timetable for his return to practice but nobody around the team thinks he'll miss time in the regular season.
Miami Dolphins RB Kenyan Drake (lower body) limped off the practice field Tuesday, Aug. 13, due to an apparent lower-body injury. Head coach Brian Flores didn't offer specifics after practice but said 'hopefully he's back out there tomorrow.'
Bad news for Drake here. He's getting pushed by Kalen Ballage for the starting job in 2019 and this injury could help the team make that decision. We'll see how bad this lower body injury is and will get more information if Drake does or does not practice on Wednesday.
Source: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution - D. Orlando Ledbetter
Atlanta Falcons WR Julio Jones (foot) is reportedly back to running routes at full speed after spending most of the early part of training camp recovering from a foot injury, according to D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Jones is going to be good to go for Week 1 of the regular season. We are unlikely to see him in the preseason. Fantasy GMs know that Jones is a WR1 and are taking him off the board around WR4 (1.10) in 12-team PPR leagues.
Cincinnati Bengals QB Jeff Driskel took snaps at wide receiver Tuesday, Aug. 13, at the request of head coach Zac Taylor, according to Jay Morrison of The Athletic. 'I'm still competing at quarterback,' Driskel said. 'That's what I want to be. That's what I think I can be. But I just want to show that I can add value to this team in other ways and show that I want to contribute and can contribute.'
If McClain thinks that Clowney will be dealt, then look out for a trade to happen. The word was that Clowney would report to the team after the third preseason game. The Texans franchise-tagged player was not able to strike a new long-term deal, so Clowney is set to play on a one-year nearly $16 million contract. Stay tuned.
Oakland Raiders TE Darren Waller (shoulder) was as active as he has been in practice Tuesday, Aug. 13, since initially suffering his shoulder injury on Aug. 2, according to NBC Sports Bay Area's Scott Bair.
No surprise here. Tate reported himself to the league after taking a banned fertility drug. He'll miss the first month of the regular season, so the Giants will use more Sterling Shepard and Evan Engram when they go through the air during that time.
Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson is 'a complete player' who can 'do anything that he wants,' according to offensive coordinator Mike Groh. Jackson appears to be rejuvenated by his return to Philadelphia and is thrilled with head coach Doug Pederson's offense, telling NBC Sports Philadelphia's Reuben Frank that 'we got some dope stuff in this year' and the 'kind of stuff (Pederson) has up his sleeve for this offense ... is unbelievable.'
Jackson can be more than a deep threat....but he's mainly going to be the guy that stretches the field for the Eagles offense. His big-play ability make him an interesting flex play most every week. Jackson has a current ADP of WR47 (10.05) in 12-team PPR leagues.
It's going to be difficult to duplicate the 116 receptions Ertz had in 2018. We like projecting him more around 85 catches or so, and Ertz is still a top-3 fantasy tight end regardless of his numbers taking a dip.
San Francisco 49ers WR Deebo Samuel (personal) and TE George Kittle (calf) did not participate in practice Tuesday, Aug. 13. Samuel was excused for personal reasons, while Kittle is dealing with calf tightness, according to the Bay Area News Group's Cam Inman.
Washington Redskins RB Derrius Guice (knee) has been participating in practices this summer but has yet to receive clearance to play in a game, and he told ESPN's John Keim on Tuesday, Aug. 13, that he's not sure when he'll play in the preseason.
Guice has a ton of talent as a runner but a knee injury cost him all of the 2018 season. He missed his rookie season last year and we're excited to see him in his first regular season game action. Guice is back now, but it did take more time than originally thought to recover from his knee injury and there were a few setbacks along the way.
Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook says he's a three-down running back who's ready for a full workload in the 2019 season. 'Yeah. I love catching the football and love making plays, so anyway I can get the ball in my hands and change the scoreboard or change the (first down) markers, I'm willing to do that,' Cook told a writer from the team's website. 'Any way possible. Catching the ball, running the football ... I'm willing to do it. So yeah, I consider myself a three-down back.'
Fitzpatrick is ahead of Josh Rosen in the competition for the starting job with the Dolphins. We have a feeling no matter who begins the season as the starter, both quarterbacks should play at some point in the 2019 season.
He's looking good out at Broncos camp according to multiple reports. Sanders said he dealt with problems with his ankle for the last two seasons. Now, he's likely to be healthier than he has been in quite some time. Sanders is competing with Courtland Sutton to be the Broncos No. 1 wide receiver in 2019.