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Watching Gurley this year makes me want to look up Fisher and punch him in the face.

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Todd Gurley (knee) practiced on a limited basis on Wednesday.

This is not a surprising development after Gurley played on 22 snaps in the team's loss on Sunday, with Dirk Koetter confirming the obvious that Gurley is dealing with a knee injury. It is safe to assume we have seen the best of Gurley in 2020 and the RB's future is uncertain after signing just a one-year deal in Atlanta. Expect the Falcons to continue to split backfield work between Gurley, Ito Smith and Brian Hill.

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Todd Gurley (knee) remained "limited" on Thursday.

Gurley probably won't get in a "full" practice the rest of the season. Seemingly in a three-man rotation with Brian Hill and Ito Smith as he's nowhere close to 100 percent health, Gurley has faded from RB2 relevance to become a low-ceiling FLEX. 

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Todd Gurley (knee) is not on the team's final injury report and will play in Week 14 against the Chargers. 

Limited practices late in the week usually mean Gurley will be a go for Sunday. Without Julio Jones (hamstring) in the lineup, every Falcon besides Calvin Ridley is a low-floor option. Gurley is a touchdown dependent RB3 this week against LA. His presence makes Brian Hill and Ito Smith unplayable in all formats. 

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SOURCE: William McFadden on Twitter 

Dec 11, 2020, 1:04 PM ET

 

 

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Week 14 Dynasty Risers and Fallers: Gabriel Davis' rookie breakout

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FALLER: RB TODD GURLEY II, ATLANTA FALCONS

There’s simply nothing left worth chasing from a fantasy perspective with Gurley. His 58.3 running grade ranks 73rd among running backs, and his 2.59 yards after contact per attempt ranks 47th (both min. 30 attempts). Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter said earlier in the week Gurley is currently dealing with a knee injury and was limited to third-down and red-zone duties. 

Ito Smith played two more snaps than the veteran in Week 13, as Gurley is inefficient and his team is now choosing to further limit his workload. He is not under contract for 2021 and may be stuck waiting for a team to call weeks into next season before accruing any fantasy points — similar to former Falcons back Devonta Freeman this season. Freeman’s current value is what we should project Gurley for next year. Think about what Freeman is worth, and take anything equivalent to that in trades before free agency opens next year.

 

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Todd Gurley rushed one time for -1 yards in the Falcons' Week 15 loss to the Bucs.

He caught both of his pass-game targets for 15 yards. Gurley is so done, and the Falcons know it. Ito Smith (six) and Brian Hill (five) combined for the other 11 backfield carries and have passed Gurley on the depth chart. Gurley can pretty much be dropped ahead of a Week 16 date with the Chiefs.

Dec 20, 2020, 5:35 PM ET

 

 

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It was a good run for him. Kudos to him for getting another $5 mil out of ATL. I'm sure if he wants to be a goalline/short yardage guy next year, he can find a camp invite on near min deal or maybe someone gets just that desperate in season. He can definitely still block and run in a straight line from Point A to Point B

 

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2 hours ago, Craig_MiamiFL said:

It was a good run for him. Kudos to him for getting another $5 mil out of ATL. I'm sure if he wants to be a goalline/short yardage guy next year, he can find a camp invite on near min deal or maybe someone gets just that desperate in season. He can definitely still block and run in a straight line from Point A to Point B

 

Five years ago, NE would have picked him up off the scrap heap and he would've scored 8-10 TDs.  Some team will do the same next year (Seattle, Houston?)

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Todd Gurley rushed nine times for 18 yards in the Falcons' Week 17 loss to the Buccaneers.

Gurley ended his 2020 season with a dreadful whimper. He lacked any semblance of burst or agility all year and routinely looked worse than both Ito Smith and Brian Hill. His one saving grace from a fantasy perspective was goal line usage. He finished with five scores inside the five yard-line and eight red zone touchdowns. Gurley also logged 25 receptions for 264 receiving yards. He signed a one-year deal with Atlanta in the offseason and his lackluster performance with the Falcons all but guarantees that they won't be bringing him back. Gurley could sign another prove-it deal with a team in need of RB depth but it doesn't seem like he will be proving much of anything going forward. The best-case scenario for him is that he walks into a high-value backup role with a new team next year. From a fantasy angle, Gurley will need to land in the perfect spot to even be on the radar in 2021.

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The Athletic's Tori McElhaney said she doesn't expect the Falcons to re-sign impending free agent Todd Gurley.

It was always unlikely the injury-ravaged veteran would return for a second season in Atlanta, where he served as a change-of-pace back in the season's final month and a half. "It’s really difficult to justify Gurley staying," McElhaney said, adding that it "may make more sense for the Falcons to look to the draft for a replacement if there is a running back on the table for them in the second or third round." Gurley signed a one-year, incentive-laden contract with the Falcons last spring. Depending on where he signs, Gurley -- who had the 113th highest Pro Football Focus grade among running backs in 2020 -- will be little more than a late-round pick in fantasy drafts next summer.

SOURCE: The Athletic 

Feb 11, 2021, 1:06 PM ET

 

 

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10 hours ago, Moe Green said:

Dude sure did pick the right time to get paid.

That's good for him.  He might retire before next season.  I don't think anyone will want him.  He should also start hitting dynasty waiver wires this year.

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8 minutes ago, JohnnyU said:

That's good for him.  He might retire before next season.  I don't think anyone will want him.  He should also start hitting dynasty waiver wires this year.

Somebody in our league got fooled and coughed up a first-rounder for him midway through last year. I nearly threw something at the screen when the trade went through.

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45 minutes ago, JohnnyU said:

That's good for him.  He might retire before next season.  I don't think anyone will want him.  He should also start hitting dynasty waiver wires this year.

I'm sure he's hit most waiver wires already. It was a good run for him - he had a dominant stretch but we all know the shelf life of RBs is short, and with his knees a lot shorter than it could have been.

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1 minute ago, zamboni said:

I'm sure he's hit most waiver wires already. It was a good run for him - he had a dominant stretch but we all know the shelf life of RBs is short, and with his knees a lot shorter than it could have been.

He's still rostered in all my leagues, but I feel that will start to change this year.

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3 minutes ago, zamboni said:

I'm sure he's hit most waiver wires already. It was a good run for him - he had a dominant stretch but we all know the shelf life of RBs is short, and with his knees a lot shorter than it could have been.

He's still rostered in all my leagues, but I feel that will start to change this year.

I guess I can see how people might still roster him if leagues are very deep. As done as he is, there are even worse options out there. Hard to believe he's still only 26 years old.

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I tried hard cashing out all my shares of him last year. One deal I moved Julio, Gurley, and 1.3 to land Barkley, Smith Jr, and late 3rd which netted me Claypool. I felt very lucky to do so even before we saw how bad he declined this year and what Claypool became. Unfortunately still stuck with him in 2 dynasty leagues...probably a May cut. 

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8 minutes ago, zamboni said:

I guess I can see how people might still roster him if leagues are very deep. As done as he is, there are even worse options out there. Hard to believe he's still only 26 years old.

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8 minutes ago, ffmail4me said:

I tried hard cashing out all my shares of him last year. One deal I moved Julio, Gurley, and 1.3 to land Barkley, Smith Jr, and late 3rd which netted me Claypool. I felt very lucky to do so even before we saw how bad he declined this year and what Claypool became. Unfortunately still stuck with him in 2 dynasty leagues...probably a May cut. 

Amazing he lasted. I wanted him at 3.1 but got sniped at about 2.09. Never saw that coming, really, though he was around the 25th guy off the board. Argh. Still want him on my team.

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I think he still has some value, certainly a huge drop off even from a year ago. He's definitely rosterable still and could land an interesting role on like Seattle or somewhere that he is not the feature back on a winning team.

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9 minutes ago, IHEARTFF said:

I think he still has some value, certainly a huge drop off even from a year ago. He's definitely rosterable still and could land an interesting role on like Seattle or somewhere that he is not the feature back on a winning team.

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42 minutes ago, IHEARTFF said:

Wow you guys have a way lower opinion of him than I do. Okay then. I might be wrong and he's toast toast.

Lol I think some people are overstating it a bit for a laugh. I'm hanging onto him at least until I see where he lands. Like you said, if he winds up on Buffalo or Pittsburgh, things could line up for him to get goal line carries and even last year he was still effective at punching the ball in. That's worth a roster spot. More than likely he won't be worth one before the season is over however. 

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