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Table of Contents


Draft Day Advice
-General Advice
-Position Advice

-2023 NFL Schedule
-Strength of Schedule


QB Statistical Analysis
-2022 Top Performances
-2022 Most Fantasy Points
-2022 Most Avg Fantasy Points
-2022 Median Fantasy Points
-2022 Most Consistent
-Easiest 2023 Schedule
-Easiest 2023 Playoff Schedule

RB Statistical Analysis
-2022 Top Performances
-2022 Most Fantasy Points
-2022 Most Avg Fantasy Points
-2022 Median Fantasy Points
-2022 Most Consistent
-Easiest 2023 Schedule
-Easiest 2023 Playoff Schedule

WR Statistical Analysis
-2022 Top Performances
-2022 Most Fantasy Points
-2022 Most Avg Fantasy Points
-2022 Median Fantasy Points
-2022 Most Consistent
-Easiest 2023 Schedule
-Easiest 2023 Playoff Schedule

TE Statistical Analysis
-2022 Top Performances
-2022 Most Fantasy Points
-2022 Most Avg Fantasy Points
-2022 Median Fantasy Points
-2022 Most Consistent
-Easiest 2023 Schedule
-Easiest 2023 Playoff Schedule

Kicker Statistical Analysis
-2022 Top Performances
-2022 Most Fantasy Points
-2022 Most Avg Fantasy Points
-2022 Median Fantasy Points
-2022 Most Consistent
-Easiest 2023 Schedule
-Easiest 2023 Playoff Schedule

2022 Defense Rankings
-Fantasy Points Allowed (Total)
-Fantasy Points Allowed QBs
-Fantasy Points Allowed RBs
-Fantasy Points Allowed WRs
-Fantasy Points Allowed TEs
-Fantasy Points Allowed Ks

Proven Draft Strategy
-Numerical Analysis
-GCAM (Overview)
-GCAM (QBs)
-GCAM (RBs)
-GCAM (WRs)
-GCAM (TEs)
-GCAM (PKs)
-GCAM (D/ST)

Targets, Carries and Touches
-2022 Most Targets
-2022 Most Carries
-2022 Most Touches

Redzone Analysis
-2022 Redzone Passing
-2022 Redzone Rushing
-2022 Redzone Receiving
-2022 Redzone Touches

Depth Charts
-AFC East
-AFC North
-AFC South
-AFC West
-NFC East
-NFC North
-NFC South
-NFC West

Nagging Injuries
-QBs
-RBs
-WRs
-TEs

Moving Truck Tracker
-QBs
-RBs
-WRs
-TEs

Rookie Report
-QBs
-RBs
-WRs
-TEs
-PKs
-Dynasty/Rookie Snapshot

Sophomore Status
-QBs
-RBs
-WRs
-TEs
-PKs

Fantasy Studs
-QBs
-RBs
-WRs
-TEs
-PKs
-D/ST

Sleepers
-QBs
-RBs
-WRs
-TEs
-PKs
-D/ST

Duds
-QBs
-RBs
-WRs
-TEs
-PKs
-D/ST

Average Draft Position
-Top 150
-QB
-RB
-WR
-TE
-PK
-D/ST
-DL
-LB
-DB

ATC Cheat Sheets
QB Rankings
RB Rankings
WR Rankings
TE Rankings
PK Rankings
Team Defense/Special Teams Rankings
DL Rankings
LB Rankings
DB Rankings
Draft Board Snapshot
Top 200 Players Overall
Top 216 Auction Values

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2023
Draft Kit

RB Moving Truck Tracker

 

Henry, Derrick - BAL

Henry, Derrick

Some players are simply built differently. Henry has and remains one of those guys. Last year, at age 29, he ranked first in rushing attempts and second in rushing yards while showing little drop-off in his efficiency metrics. Last season, among 68 qualifying backs, Henry ranked ninth in explosive run rate and 11th in yards after contact per attempt (per Fantasy Points Data). While he will cross the dreaded age 30 threshold this year, it's tough to project a drop-off for Henry and any reasons that he can't continue to chug along as an RB1., especially when Henry has proven over the last two seasons that his pass game utility should increase despite his advancing age. Over the last two years, Henry has ranked 11th and 14th in TPRR and seventh and first in YPRR among backs. The big fellow isn't slowing down. Continue to believe in the King in 2024 as the Ravens' workhorse back.


Mixon, Joe - HOU

Mixon, Joe

Joe Mixon and Rachaad White were the Spiderman GIF last season. Both were exceptionally inefficient runners who survived on volume and passing game work. Mixon was the RB11 last season, ranking eighth in snap share, third in opportunity share, and seventh in weighted opportunities. He was whopping fifth in carries and 13th in targets as Cincinnati worked in Chase Brown only sparingly. He has the opportunity to reprise that same workload in Houston. With only Dameon Pierce, Dare Ogunbowale, Jawhar Jordan, and J.J. Taylor behind Mixon, he should be the unquestioned bellcow for the Texans in 2024. Last season, Mixon's per-touch efficiency was horrendous. He was 36th in yards per touch, 35th in yards created per touch, and 41st in breakaway run rate. That didn't stop him from being an RB1 last year, and it likely won't this season.


Jones, Aaron - MIN

Jones, Aaron

Father Time comes calling for all of us. The hope for Aaron Jones is that he can keep him at bay for one more year. Last season, Jones objectively wasn't healthy until the end of the season. Luckily for him, when he was healthy, we got to see that Jones has plenty left in the tank to consider reinvesting in him in fantasy for one more season. In Weeks 15-20, Jones averaged 21.6 touches and 120.3 total yards as he was a weekly stud. During that same stretch, among 47 qualifying backs, he was eighth in explosive run rate and 10th in yards after contact per attempt (per Fantasy Points Data). Jones should lead the Vikings backfield in 2024 as an RB2 with RB1 upside if he can stay healthy.


Ekeler, Austin - WAS

Ekeler, Austin

Austin Ekeler's 2023 season was a letdown, no matter how you look at it. Ekeler suffered an ankle sprain in Week 1, which led to three games being missed and possibly muted production for the rest of the season. Once he returned from injury, he averaged 16.1 touches and 69.2 total yards as the RB28 in fantasy points per game. It was a dramatic fall from grace for a back that had not finished outside the top-nine running backs in fantasy since 2018 (RB28). Ekeler retained some of his pass game prowess as he ranked eighth in target share and 19th in yards per route run (among 60 qualifying backs per Fantasy Points Data), but his rushing skills fell apart. Among 49 qualifying backs, Ekeler ranked 38th in yards after contact per attempt and 46th in missed tackles forced per attempt. Landing in Washington with Anthony Lynn was one of the better-case scenarios this offseason. He likely forms a frustrating committee with Brian Robinson in an Antonio Gibson-plus role for Washington.


Barkley, Saquon - PHI

Barkley, Saquon

The Philly front office has officially gaslit the entire Giants' fanbase. Barkley's move to the Eagles might be met with some blowback because people are worried about his touchdown equity with Jalen Hurts. Barkley and D'Andre Swift are not close to being in the same talent area code. Bringing in Barkley means we likely see a downtick of Hurts' goalline dives in 2024. While the overall counting stats for Barkley look depressed, he's still very much an every-down bell cow with juice left in the tank entering his age-27 season. Last season, he played at least 70% of the snaps in 11 of his 14 games while ranking second in opportunity share and ninth in weighted opportunities. Last season, Barkley was still an explosive player, ranking 17th in explosive run rate, but his tackle-breaking metrics took a hit as he was 37th in missed tackles forced per attempt and 33rd in yards after contact per attempt (minimum 50 carries per Fantasy Points Data). Barkley remains a stud RB1.


Edwards, Gus - LAC

Edwards, Gus

Gus Edwards arrives in Los Angeles with a two-year deal that is essentially a one-year contract, with the money falling off after 2024. Last season, Edwards was the RB32 in fantasy, with the strength of 13 total touchdowns (fourth-most). Edwards is an early down grinder who only managed a 2.8% target share last season, so all of his value will have to come via rushing. Edwards looks like a player on the decline in the rushing department after finishing 51st in juke rate, 39th in evaded tackles, and 45th in yards created per touch last season. With J.K. Dobbins and Kimani Vidal brought in as competition, Edwards could be on the outside looking with volume this season.


Jacobs, Josh - GB

Jacobs, Josh

Well, if you had worries about Josh Jacobs following up his nearly 400-touch season in 2022 with a dud last year, your fears were validated. Jacobs was limited to 13 games played (quad strain in Week 13) and looked like someone sucked out his tackle-breaking ability with a straw when he was active. Jacobs wasn't the same guy who, in 2022, ranked 18th in yards per touch, 13th in yards created per touch, and second in evaded tackles. Last season, Jacobs had the 12th-highest stuff rate while also crawling in at 37th in missed tackles forced per attempt and 44th in yards after contact per attempt (per Fantasy Points Data). Jacobs could be this season's Rachaad White. A back who has an elite role while producing mediocre tackle-breaking stats en route to an RB1 season, but don't rule out MarShawn Lloyd playing a much bigger role this season than many anticipate. Jacobs is a shaky RB2.


Pollard, Tony - TEN

Pollard, Tony

I'll own the L here. Tony Pollard was a massive disappointment last year. He went from being one of the most explosive backs in the NFL to a rusher that left a ton of yards on the field. Pollard got the role that we all wanted last season, ranking seventh in snap share, 13th in opportunity share, and second in red zone touches. He was a volume-eating machine, ranking seventh in carries and 11th in targets among backs, but he did very little with the work. Pollard was the RB11 in expected fantasy points per game, but he was the RB23 in fantasy points per game. He was 44th in yards per touch and 37th in yards created per touch. Some of this could easily be due to the injury he sustained in the prior season because his numbers down the stretch were much better. In Weeks 11-18, among 44 qualifying backs, Pollard ranked 15th in yards after contact per attempt, so there's hope that he bounces back in 2024 with a full offseason to get back to 100%. Tennessee isn't the sexiest landing spot for Pollard, but considering the contract size and length and the team's yearning to move quickly to acquire his services, he should be considered their lead back in 2024. Tyjae Spears will push him at every turn, but money talks and Pollard got it this offseason.


Mattison, Alexander - LV

Mattison, Alexander

Alexander Mattison signing with Las Vegas Alexander Mattison is signing with the Las Vegas Raiders after visiting with the team.Fantasy ImpactIt’s been quite the journey for Mattison, who started his career as the backup for Dalvin Cook then earned the starting job for the Vikings in 2023 before being released in 2024. His main competition for touches as of now is from Zamir White, who showed great ability at the end of 2023 while filling in for former Raider Josh Jacobs. Things could change during the draft, so fantasy managers should keep close tabs on this situation.


Dobbins, J.K. - LAC

Dobbins, J.K.

The running back injuries across the league are piling up after two weeks. The Ravens have already lost J.K. Dobbins and will now likely turn to Gus Edwards as their main RB against Colts. Edwards has no pass-catching value, making him more of a RB2 in non-PPR leagues.


Gibson, Antonio - NE

Gibson, Antonio

Gibson lands in New England on a three-year deal, which is essentially a puffed-up one-year deal. New England can get out of Gibson's contract after one season if he doesn't pan out as Rhamondre Stevenson's running mate this upcoming season. Last season, in a breather role, Gibson ranked first in missed tackles forced per attempt and eighth in yards after contact per attempt (per Fantasy Points Data). Gibson has displayed explosive playmaking when utilized properly, as well as also demonstrating the ability to be a volume rusher when it has been called for. Gibson should work in tandem with Stevenson as the pass-catching component of this backfield, but if Stevenson falters out the gate, don't be surprised if Gibson takes over the lead role. Gibson is an interesting RB3 with upside in 2024.


Dallas, DeeJay - ARI

Dallas, DeeJay

Travis Homer returned from injured reserve in Week 8 and took over the No. 2 role, meaning Dallas handled just five offensive snaps. As long as Homer and Kenneth Walker are healthy, Dallas won't have dependable fantasy utility.


PATTERSON, CORDARRELLE - PIT

PATTERSON, CORDARRELLE

Being ruled out Friday, doesn't bode well for Week 6. With Cordarrelle Patterson placed on IR earlier in the week, the Falcons now find themselves with only one playmaker, rookie Drake London, as they take on the Bucs in Week 5. Tyler Allgeier and Caleb Huntley will handle the running back duties.


Moss, Zack - CIN

Moss, Zack

Moss parlayed his starting stint last year with the Colts into a possible starting gig with the Bengals. In the seven games he started and played at least 50% of the snaps, he finished with 21.1 touches and 98.5 total yards per game. Moss should handle the early downs in Cincinnati this season after ranking 15th in missed tackles forced per attempt and 18th in yards after contact per attempt last year (per Fantasy Points Data). Chase Brown could eat into his pass game work as Moss was only 41st in yards per route run and 48th in targets per route run. Even if his passing game usage is capped, being the early down back on one of the league's best offenses still puts him in the RB2/3 conversation.


Hines, Nyheim - CLE

Hines, Nyheim

The Bills aren't in a great cap situation and will need to clear about $20M to get into compliance for 2023. Hines carries a potential savings of $4.79M. It's looking like a very realistic scenario that Hines is cut and Devin Singletary departs in free agency. Rookie sensation Bijan Robinson has been popularly mocked to the Bills with their 28th selection in the first round, a pick that would make a great team even better. As for Hines, DLF's RB59, he's still only 26 years of age and is one of the most electric third-down options in the game while also possessing special teams ability. He should have little trouble finding attractive contract options this offseason if cut.


Singletary, Devin - NYG

Singletary, Devin

Devin Singletary steps in as the Giants' new lead back with some big shoes to fill with Saquon Barkley's departure. Last year, with the Texans, he proved again that he could be a solid starting tailback in the NFL as he stepped in during the middle of the season and stole the starting job away from Dameon Pierce in Houston. In Weeks 9-18, he averaged 19 touches and 86.6 total yards as the RB21 in fantasy points per game. Singletary continues to roll along as an efficient rusher. Last year, he was 19th in explosive run rate and 22nd in missed tackles forced per attempt (per Fantasy Points Data). While the Giants aren't the sexiest landing spot, Singletary should flirt with RB2 production as the team's bellcow.


Swift, D'Andre - CHI

Swift, D

D'Andre Swift lands in Chicago with a contract that is large enough to consider him the clear starter for the Bears. Khalil Herbert and Roschon Johnson had their moments last season, but the aggression and contact size for Chicago speak volumes about how they feel about those two rushers. The Bears obviously felt that an upgrade was warranted. Swift ranked 17th in explosive run rate last season while disappointing in other tackle-breaking metrics as the RB24 in fantasy. Among 49 qualifying backs last season, Swift ranked 40th in yards after contact per attempt and 30th in missed tackles forced per attempt. Swift should be a solid RB2 in 2024.


Elliott, Ezekiel - DAL

Elliott, Ezekiel

Elliott heads back to Dallas after a one-year stint with the Patriots. Last season should have fully proven that Elliott's tires are flat. Among 49 qualifying backs, he ranked 45th in missed tackles forced per attempt and 43rd in yards after contact per attempt (per Fantasy Points Data). Elliott will mix in with Rico Dowdle to form an uninspiring committee in Dallas. Elliott is a touchdown-dependant flex/RB4.


Johnson, Ty - BUF

Johnson, Ty

Ty Johnson rushes for 54 yards SundayTy Johnson rushed the ball nine times for 54 yards in Sunday's 31-10 win over the Dallas Cowboys.Fantasy ImpactJames Cook was the star of the show in Buffalo's backfield on Sunday, but Johnson was effective as well. He rushed for 54 yards on the day at an efficient clip of six yards per carry, both of which were season highs for him. His involvement will go down in the coming weeks, but performances like this could help him to carve out a bigger role for himself down the line.


Ward, Jonathan - PIT

Ward, Jonathan

Ward handled a depth role across eight regular-season appearances with the Titans in 2023. He'll now get a chance to compete for a similar reserve spot in Pittsburgh, where Najee Harris, Jaylen Warren and Cordarrelle Patterson stand above him on the depth chart.


Horvath, Zander - NO

Horvath, Zander

Zander Horvath working with Chargers' first teamAccording to Daniel Popper of The Athletic, seventh-round rookie FB Zander Horvath is running with the Los Angeles Chargers' first team in practice.Fantasy ImpactHorvath has quickly become a fan favorite among the Chargers' faithful, being a seventh-round pick out of Purdue. Chargers' offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi said they're still in the "discovery process" with Horvath, who was an RB in college, as they transition him more to a FB role. At Purdue, Horvath showed an ability to work in both phases of the offense at 6-foot-3 and 230 pounds. In fantasy, it might not translate to success for Horvath, but if the Chargers get more creative with their running game it could mean more opportunities for both RBs Austin Ekeler and rookie Isaiah Spiller.


Mason, Ben - LAC

Mason, Ben

"For me, it really was the asymmetry between the legs," Watson explained. "It comes from a lot of things. Obviously, the issues I've had in the past with hamstrings, not fully recovering from those strength-wise. I've been attacking the strength side of it, trying to get that symmetry back and it's been huge for me. I feel really, really good. I gotta continue grinding at it." Watson states he had a 20 percent difference in muscle mass between his right and left legs, but it's now between 8-10 percent. His goal is six percent. Watson was a full participant in OTAs, and getting him through a healthy offseason would be a big first step. He's the most explosive weapon in a deep Green Bay wideout room. Watson has averaged 15 yards per catch over his first two seasons.


Bolden, Brandon - TBD

Bolden, Brandon

Brandon Bolden takes direct snap for touchdown ThursdayBrandon Bolden rushed for 25 yards and one touchdown on two carries during the Raiders' 63-21 win over the Chargers in Week 15. He was not targeted in the passing game.Fantasy ImpactBolden registered snaps as the Raiders' No. 3 running back with Josh Jacobs (quadriceps) inactive on Thursday. His first touch was shaky, going for a loss of one yard, but he got redemption by taking a direct snap, bouncing outside, turning the corner, and breaking free for a 26-yard touchdown. Despite the solid showing, he remains off the fantasy radar going forward.


Murray, Latavius - TBD

Murray, Latavius

Latavius Murray quiet in Week 17 winLatavius Murray tallied zero yards on his lone rushing attempt and did not haul in his lone target in the Bills’ 27-21 win over the Patriots.Fantasy ImpactMurray’s quiet day comes just one week after he did log a touch and only 13% of the snaps. The 33-year-old veteran has operated as the backup for most of the season, but fantasy manages can leave the veteran off their roster to close out the season.


McKinnon, Jerick - TBD

McKinnon, Jerick

Jerick McKinnon (groin) expected to play in the Super BowlJerick McKinnon remains a game-time decision, but he is expected to play in the Super Bowl on Sunday against the 49ers.Fantasy ImpactMcKinnon is expected to return after undergoing hernia surgery just over one month ago. It is unclear what role he'll play, but he'll likely have some role in the passing game out of the backfield.


Gordon, Melvin - TBD

Gordon, Melvin

Melvin Gordon III finds end zone in win SundayMelvin Gordon III rushed the ball six times for ten yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 56-19 blowout win over the Miami Dolphins.Fantasy ImpactGordon has played a very minimal role with the Ravens so far this year, but he was actually able to have a solid impact on Sunday's game. He was tied for the second-most rushing attempts on the team and was able to get in the end zone to help contribute to Baltimore's impressive blowout win. He's entirely off the fantasy radar at this point in his career but could find himself on a roster or practice squad somewhere again next season.


Montgomery, Ty - TBD

Montgomery, Ty

Ty Montgomery II logs three touches in Week 1 lossPatriots RB Ty Montgomery II tallied seven yards on one rushing attempt and caught two of his three targets for nine yards in a loss to the Eagles. Fantasy ImpactMontgomery operated as the third back in the pecking order on offense. The veteran did have a solid kick return, running one back for 43-yards and putting the Patriots’ offense in plus territory. Fantasy managers can leave Montgomery on waivers for now.


Williams, Jonathan - TBD

Williams, Jonathan

Jonathan Williams placed on injured reserveThe Commanders placed RB Jonathan Williams on injured reserve. Fantasy ImpactWilliams will be placed on injured reserve with an undisclosed injury. The Commanders will turn the No. 3 running back role over to rookie sixth-rounder Chris Rodriguez Jr.


Clement, Corey - TBD

Clement, Corey

Corey Clement released by CardinalsCorey Clement has been released by the Arizona Cardinals.Fantasy ImpactClement seemed like a good bet to make the roster given the lack of depth they have at the position, but the team is releasing him and he will hit the open market. Keaontay Ingram is pretty well locked in to be the backup RB for Arizona now, but James Conner should still be the one that gets the bulk of the work on this offense.


Breida, Matt - TBD

Breida, Matt

Matt Breida sees three carries in Week 15Matt Breida carried the ball three times for 10 yards and added two catches for 11 yards in a 24-6 loss to the Saints in Week 15.Fantasy ImpactBreida mixed in behind starter Saquon Barkley in the lopsided loss. The veteran tailback only has fantasy value as a handcuff behind Barkley as the fantasy playoffs get into full swing. Breida will face the Eagles in Week 16.


Michel, Sony - TBD

Michel, Sony

Sony Michel retires from the NFLSony Michel has announced his retirement, per Rams’ head coach Sean McVay.Fantasy ImpactMichel played five seasons in the NFL with the Patriots, Rams, and Chargers. The 28-year-old finishes his NFL career with 3,243 rushing yards and 18 rushing touchdowns on 779 carries and as a two-time Super Bowl champion.


Cabinda, Jason - TBD

Cabinda, Jason

Detroit Lions sign Jason Cabinda to a two-year extensionPer the Detroit Lions, the team has given FB Jason Cabinda a two-year extension through 2023.Fantasy ImpactCabinda has primarily been a special teams contributor for the Lions since joining the team in 2019. Detroit transitioned Cabinda to a FB during this period but expect the 25-year old to mainly remain a special teamer going forward. This signing does not hold any fantasy impact.


Jackson, Justin - TBD

Jackson, Justin

Justin Jackson tears ACLLinebacker Justin Jackson tore his ACL during special teams walkthroughs Saturday morning.Fantasy ImpactThe Dallas linebacker group is very thin since Rolando McClain and Mark Nzeocha were placed on the PUP to start training camp. Although the team signed Keith Smith and Will Smith to replace them, Jackson's injury means another roster spot to fill.


Jones, Ronald - TBD

Jones, Ronald

Ronald Jones II working out for the Ravens Wednesday Free agent RB Ronald Jones II is working out for the Ravens Wednesday.Fantasy ImpactJones spent the offseason in Dallas working as the backup to Tony Pollard, but was released Monday after serving a two game suspension for PEDs. The former second-round pick appeared in six games last season with Kansas City, tallying 70 rushing yards and one touchdown on 17 carries. Jones would provide the Ravens with another veteran depth option should the Ravens choose to sign him.


Harris, Damien - TBD

Harris, Damien

Damien Harris announces retirementDamien Harris announced his retirement from the NFL after five seasons.Fantasy ImpactHarris ran for 2,188 yards with 21 total touchdowns across his five years with the Bills and Patriots. "Today I am grateful I have found the strength to walk away from the game I love so much,” Harris said in a statement on social media.


Akers, Cam - TBD

Akers, Cam

Cam Akers (Achilles) placed on IRCam Akers was officially placed on IR on Wednesday. Fantasy ImpactAkers had already been diagnosed with a torn Achilles earlier this week. The fourth-year running back will miss the rest of the season. Ty Chandler is the next man up as the No. 2 RB in Minnesota behind Alexander Mattison.


Kelley, Joshua - TBD

Kelley, Joshua

Joshua Kelley remains afterthought in Week 15 thumpingJoshua Kelley rushed for 22 yards on five carries during the Chargers' 63-21 loss to the Raiders in Week 15. He also caught his lone target for a gain of six yards through the air.Fantasy ImpactOf the Chargers' three active running backs, Kelley was least involved, though it was promising to see him registering more than four yards per carry. Nevertheless, he's off the fantasy radar for Week 16 against Buffalo.


McFarland Jr., Anthony - TBD

McFarland Jr., Anthony

McFarland is finally ready to return to action after he missed seven games recovering from a knee injury he sustained in Week 1 versus San Francisco. As long as Najee Harris and Jaylen Warren remain healthy though, McFarland's path to carries is relatively narrow.


Benjamin, Eno - TBD

Benjamin, Eno

Eno Benjamin diagnosed with torn Achilles The Saints announced Saturday that RB Eno Benjamin suffered a torn Achilles. Fantasy ImpactThe injury will unfortunately take Benjamin out for the entire 2023 season. With the news of Benjamin’s injury and the Alvin Kamara three game suspension, fantasy managers can expect the Saints to bring another running back into camp to fill out the roster.


Johnson, Jakob - TBD

Johnson, Jakob

Jakob Johnson waived by RaidersJakob Johnson was waived by the Raiders on Friday. Fantasy ImpactJohnson was cut loose by the Raiders reportedly since he does not quite fit into the new offensive scheme of the team. The fifth-year pro has not been active either of the past two weeks. Johnson has seen most of his on-field work as a run blocker or special teams contributor for the Raiders this season.


Felton, Demetric - TBD

Felton, Demetric

Demetric Felton Jr. waived by Cleveland The Cleveland Browns have waived Demetric Felton.Fantasy ImpactFelton was used mostly as a returner in his two seasons with the Browns. A team in need of running back or special teams help could claim Felton. The former sixth-round pick tallied 189 yards and two touchdowns on 20 receptions in 24 games.


Jackson, Deon - TBD

Jackson, Deon

Deon Jackson officially inactive for Week 10Giants RB Deon Jackson is officially inactive for a Week 10 matchup with the Cowboys.Fantasy ImpactJackson has officially been ruled out as he has not cleared the NFL’s concussion protocol. Jackson can remain on your league’s waiver wire heading into a Week 11 matchup with the Commanders.


Rountree III, Larry - TBD

Rountree III, Larry

Rountree is being replaced by fellow running back Gerrid Doaks on the practice squad. Last season Rountree handled a depth role in four appearances with the Chargers.


Huntley, Caleb - TBD

Huntley, Caleb

Caleb Huntley waived by Falcons on TuesdayCaleb Huntley was waived by the Falcons, the former Ball St. RB had been recovering from an Achilles injury.Fantasy ImpactHuntley, who had been in a backup role in Atlanta last year as an undrafted rookie, was released on Tuesday. This move is not overly surprising as the Falcons spent top-10 draft capital on Texas standout Bijan Robison. If Huntley does get signed elsewhere, it is likely he will find himself on a practice squad or in a low-end depth chart role. He does not belong on fantasy rosters to begin the 2023 season.


Ebner, Trestan - TBD

Ebner, Trestan

Trestan Ebner gets six carries in Week 11Trestan Ebner had six carries for eight yards and was unable to reel in his only target in the loss to the Falcons.Fantasy ImpactWith Khalil Herbert on injured reserve, Ebner moves up into the backup role behind David Montgomery. Ebner won't get as many touches as Herbert was getting which gives a boost to Montgomery, while Ebner can remain on the waiver wire.




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