Do NOT Draft These RBs in 2019 Fantasy Football

Do NOT Draft These RBs in 2019 Fantasy Football

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Do NOT Draft These RBs in 2019 Fantasy Football
Running backs to avoid in 2019 fantasy football ya bish.
0:00 – Draft Guide Giveaway Questions
2:17 – Derrick Henry – Tennesse Titans
9:35 – Kenyan Drake – Miami Dolphins
14:49 – Derrius Guice – Washington Redskins
16:27 – Ronald Jones – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
20:29 – Tarik Cohen – Chicago Bears
21:33 – James White – New England Patriots
22:23 – Nyheim Hines – Indianapolis Colts
24:19 – Lamar Miller – Houston Texans
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    Can someone rate my team? 4th pick 14 man ppr. Be brutally honest.
    QB: Jared Goff, Josh Allen
    RB: Aaron Jones, Damien Williams, Miles Sanders,
    Duke Johnson, Darwin Thompson
    WR: Deandre Hopkins, Chris Godwin, Geronimo Allison,
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    TE: Vance McDonald, Chris Herndon
    Def/K: Stream

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    Which of the 3 top rookie RBs is my #1 in Redraft?
    My answer is Josh Jacobs. And the reason why is "Opportunity over Talent".
    D. Mo is a workhorse Back. But way the Bears are set up to keep the defenses guessing especially in the Backfield. Everyone is a Pass Catcher and can run the ball. It will be a RB by committee.

    Sanders is in a better offense than the Bears and Raiders, but again with Jordan Howard being there he is not a clear cut RB 1.

    Josh Jacobs is the #1 on his team hands down. The use in the pre season, shows they are trying to save him and not get hurt. When he did it was in the one.

    I want someone to be my RB #1 from week 1 in Redraft. I can use him to maybe trade him later due to hype. But this is why Josh Jacobs is my #1 RB

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    I agree with most of what you said about drake. But one thing I notice when I end up drafting him in mocks is that I like him a lot more than the rbs going around him (ie: Henderson, penny, Howard, freeman, Guice) I am much more comfortable holding him for two weeks until I know he’s 100% cause it is his backfield whenever he gets healthy

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    I'd take Montgomery because he is in an offense that should be successful with the run (not confident in Raiders offense), and he looks to be the main back in the offense, also able to take some receiving work from Cohen (Eagles will probably start with a committee approach)

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    I'm in an 8 team ppr league went pretty wr heavy due to available picks. Went CMC,Julio,Michael thomas, AB, Fournette. I was offered Zeke for Julio but idk what to do, should I take this or shop AB for someone? I also have Ekeler and Montgomery on my bench

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    QB: Baker Mayfield , Josh Allen “Buf”

    RB: Todd Gurley,Nick Chubb, Josh Jacob, David Montgomery, Justin Jackson,Alexander Mattison

    WR: Brandin Cooks, Dede Westbrook,Dj Moore, Michale Gallup

    TE: Austin Hooper

    K: Dustin Hopkins

    D: Bears

    Any thoughts of my team in a 10 league Standard

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    Montgomery is definitely the rookie rb that you want for a few reasons . 1 being Jacobs isn't even that proven in college. 2 yes the raiders are upgraded this hear but is their team really gonna be that great and ahead in the game to the point that they are comfortable running the ball a lot? 3 Montgomery is on the Bears. Their defense is a force and is gonna force a lot of turnovers along with shuttin opponents down. For these reasons, they will be havin t the ball a lot more than their opponent and trying to kill some clock.

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    So my RBs I have in our money league is Ingram, Miles Sanders, Devin Singletary, Darrell Henderson, Adrian Petterson, and Kenyan Drake I know it’s not very impressive but when you have Zack Ertz as your tight end and Hopkins and Odell as your two main WRs it kind of makes up for it in a way

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    David Montgomery is a must have he is the man in Chicago. Josh Jacobs while all rookie running backs are unproven in the NFL he also had significantly less volume in college ball than the others. I like miles sanders but the fact of the matter is the eagles have an insane amount of RBs on their roster I believe 6 rbs are on there roster maybe 5, but people are insane if they don’t think they will use atleast 3 rbs in there rotation.

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    Rookie RB1 2019 = Devin Singletary. Allen has a better WR group this year plus a relatively strong finish to 2018.. Singletary will be able to step up once McCoy is hurt or just completely worn down and Gore was awesome but isn't more than a veteran – having both Gore & McCoy as teachers will be awesome too. McCoy averaged just under 5 target and 17 carries per game from 2015-17, and now the O Line is much improved. Singletary should take over by October and absolutely run wild especially w Allen turning into an RPO machine. I'm targeting Singletary in the 90s (round 8/9 in 12 team leagues) and expecting RB2 production from week 5 (at Tenn) onwards.

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    Hey bro, you might be off on Derrick. Team loves him. You argued game script won’t play for him. Think Zeke. The run game can literally decide what the game script is. Henry is in a contract year, been hanging with Eddie George, and not that it matters a ton…the team said they want to run the entire offense through him. Love you Nick and appreciate your work but you are WRONG on this one.

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    Derek henry will be a must own red zone is all his touches and dion lewis is done is getting 70 percent of the snaps. New OC who will and should ysed henry as a battering ram give him the damn ball no defense wants to have to deal with a 250 pound runner 20 plus times a game.

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    This is only my second year (I'm such a rookie) in Fantasy football 12 player league. I am a huge fan of your videos man, thank you for all the information, it has been very helpful. I drafted Kittle and Kelce with the intent to trade Kittle in a package deal for a high value RB or WR. Any input on a package deal I should throw out to someone, or do I just play Kittle in the Flex for a few weeks? Any and all info would be greatly appreciated! Thanks again in advance! D. Prescott, D. Johnson, M. Mack, R. Woods, A Jeffery, T. Kelce, FLEX – G Kittle, DP – L. Vander Esch, Defense – Texans, W. Lutz, Bench – L. Murray, M. Jones Jr., C. Davis, G. Tate, J. Hill, D. Thompson, J. Samuels

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    Montgomery because hes getting all of Jordan Howard's Carrie's as well as passing down work due to his great pass catching ability also his elusiveness is incredible first player to force 100 missed tackles in a season since pff started tracking it dude is going to be incredible regardless of his lack of elite level athletic ability

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    I think Montgomery is the better player and runningback out of all 3 but just because of the lack of running competition I see Josh Jacobs being the better option fantasy wise out of the 3. With miles Sanders and the eagles I feel like every runningback on that team is a situational runningback and that's exactly how they'll use them. So with Jacobs not splitting as many carriers and downs as the rest of them I believe he's the best option this year.

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    Montgomery, I think it’ll be opportunities. Tarik Cohen and Montgomery can coexist well to where they wouldn’t eat up each other’s opportunities. Sanders is in a time share and Jacobs, I just don’t trust an Oakland RB.

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    I took Derrick Henry with the 1st pick of the 3rd round of my 1st draft and got him late 3rd rd of my second draft I like you Nick but I think more as a person then fantasy football adviser…. You're losing mad points because you don't seem to use the eye test very much/at all…. Please explain to me how you came up with the conclusion that Derrick Henry is high injury risk this season? He's never missed a game since park ball wow just wow…. Kenyan Drake you could've gotten in the mid-rounds so he's good in comparison to where he's being drafted. Derrick Henry is the most dominant tailback in all of football…

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    I drafted drake and henry last year. Neither one could get more than 1 yd on any carries… EVER. Someone told them instead of running the ball like they were supposed to, they thought they were supposed to suck their dads dick on the field, so they did until week 7. Then i got rid of both and immediately after they both started balling

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    I have a couple shares in Guice this year. He’s not a hard DO NOT DRAFT guy for me so much as a guy you should only consider situationally. If your league has deep starting lineups (three WRs, multiple flex spots), don’t draft Guice. If you went WR heavy early and still need to lock up RBs who will return season-long value, don’t draft Guice. But I’ve been content to grab him in leagues that only start 2 WRs and 1 flex if I already have three RBs rostered, because I think you can afford to take a shot at a stash type of player earlier in that particular situation. I don’t mind taking that shot on Guice because there’s a fairly uninspiring stretch of the draft board this year and he falls right in the middle of it. There’s nobody going around him who I feel like I’ll be missing out on by taking him, and he’s got as much league-winning upside as any late round sleeper you might want to stash. I’m of the mind that they’ll be smart about his usage and cap his value for much of the season, but will want to take the reins off down the stretch to see what they have in him, which could potentially make him a useful commodity come playoff time even if he doesn’t return the season-long value you expect at his ADP. So no, I don’t want him as my RB2 or even RB3, and I’m looking for someone safer if I need to fill seven lineup spots, but as my RB4 when I’m only starting five guys a week? I’ll take that.

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    Montgomery:
    1.) Has the most complete offensive line. (Raiders have two interior guards out until week 4 the earliest)
    2.) The Bears have the best defense of the 3 as well which will lead to more short field scoring situations.
    3.) Hes got the combination of size and speed that the other two don’t have. His vision is top class as well.

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    Sanders all the way. From an athletic perspective,he beats out both Montgomery and Jacobs…and it's not even close. The BEST prospect of the three. The Eagles O-Line is top in the league so he will carve out a good role. Montgomery has the edge since he carried a workload in college,Jacobs never did and Sanders had one full workload after Saquon Barkley left for the pros. Montgomery's juke rate is phenomenal,a sure fire upgrade from J. Howard but Cohen will eat into the target share and M. Davis,a better athlete will eat as well. The eagles alleged RBBC can be put into context: Sproiles at best will be a huge weapon in the punt game keeping him healthier season long,I don't foresee a ton of packages featuring him due to age and injury. Clement is in a recovery year and had his chance last year to take over but Wendell Smallwood outperformed the undrafted sophomore,he's there on Superbowl credit. Howard is the only one standing in Sanders way and by seasons end,I believe he will surpass Jordan. Miles Sanders has the upside to finish rookie of the year if healthy over David & Josh. He's that good.

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