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Live updates from Twitter 9 shares 0. Newsletter Get the day's top stories Sign me up! Error Please enter an email address. I like him at this price - certainly more than the first two. I just don't see it. He ran for less than four yards per carry last year, and I don't have total faith that he can manage a heavier workload and stay healthy given his build.
After going very high in every fantasy draft out there, Johnson was lost for the season after taking just 11 snaps. On the plus side, going down so early gave him plenty of time to heal before this season. But the list of backs who haven't been the same after returning from a major injury isn't a short one, and Johnson will have a pretty underwhelming team supporting him.
I respect his talent but can't suggest betting on him at this price. He was the champ last year, running for an impressive 4. He obviously isn't viewed as a truly elite back. He is dealing with some hamstring issues in camp which must be a concern, but the guy was a major threat as a rookie, so there is definitely upside. I don't think I'll bet the price, but someone should. He's a freakish talent, but I don't think he's a real threat in this race. For one thing, he's more multidimensional than a lot of backs on this list, so he doesn't just shine with rushing yards.
And the offense for the Giants could be so bad through the air this year that opposing defenses can commit to limiting his options more than they normally would be able to. You like long shots? Well, bet on Howard. In two seasons the Indiana product has 1, and 1, yards, so he has clear talent. Mitch Trubisky should take a step forward, which will take some defensive focus off the back in some spots. The potential chemistry between those two is impressive.
This price is far too high, and the value here is real. Want free NFL picks?