METS 24 wrote:Which one of these handcuffs do you think will be the most valuable this season?
They are all on the waiver wire in my 14 team league.
Should I go with the most talented handcuff or the handcuff of the most injury prone starter?
Thanks in advance!
(RB) Anthony Allen (BAL)
(RB) Delone Carter (IND)
(RB) Mike Goodson (OAK)
(RB) Montario Hardesty (CLE)
(RB) Dion Lewis (PHI)
(RB) Isaiah Pead (STL)
(RB) Bilal Powell (NYJ)
(RB) Javon Ringer (TEN)
(RB) Evan Royster (WAS)
(RB) Bernard Scott (CIN)
(RB) Daniel Thomas (MIA)
(RB) Robert Turbin (SEA)
In bold are my choices.Bilal Powell
- take it from a Jets fan, Greene is a middling talent. Powell has looked good in camp exhibiting above-average quickness for someone of his size and will probably be utilized in some shape or form regardless this season. He has sleeper potential.Evan Royster
- with the recent performance from Morris, the WAS backfield became even more convoluted. Before that though, Royster would have been the no-brainer pick out of the lot. There's potential here, but I believe Morris solidified the starting gig with the recent slew of injuries coupled with his performance. Keep an eye on Royster's knee issues if you are debating drafting him.Daniel Thomas
- i'm personally a huge fan of this dude. He was riddled with injuries last year, slowing him down. He gets a fresh start in his sophomore campaign and runs behind arguably one of the least durable RBs in the league (was last year an outlier?). I'd go with him first and foremost as he has the best odds of producing when factoring in talent and situation.