His averages are 15 carries and 3.4 receptions per game. That's 18 touches, not 10-12. In this RB landscape, makes him a viable RB2. I'm plenty skeptical of starting him at that spot so trying to acquire Michael Turner but Leshoure has a big future.
He does have 5 games with 3 or more catches including a game with 6 against the Bears. Seems like Leshoure's capable of some pretty big games, but the Lions seem confident in Bell, so they're trying to keep Leshoure fresh for late in the season.
Nothing wrong with depth, but I'd bet Smith will get 70 percent of the carries in that RBBC. Can't read much into a preseason game where Bell and Williams run well against 2nd and third-string defenders.
Why on Eli? Considering drafting him as my second QB in a 10-team league that has a super flex spot. He was a top 10 in points in my league last year. Even if he goes back down to 4,500 yards instead of pushing 5,000, he's a good value.
Anyone have a projection for Titus Young. 600 and 6 TDs last year. With the attention Megatron gets, seems like he could go over 1,000 with 8 or 9 scores to become a WR2 that you could draft like a low-end WR3.
Bradford doesn't really have a career track yet. All I'm saying is his rookie year was great in comparison to a lot of great QBs. Only played 10 games last year and a few of them were playing with a weak ankle.
My concern is can he the line give him a pocket and does he have at least an inkling of that Tom Brady presence to stand in there with confidence. Alex Smith comparison is just wrong. Smith struggled to complete 50 percent of his passes until his 4th season.
He's got the superior arm strength...