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There’s not much time for you to dive knee-deep into stats during the week when you have a full-time job and a family, I get it. Things can obviously change throughout the week, so make sure you pay attention to my rankings come Sunday morning. He’s now thrown just two touchdowns since Week 3 and is nowhere close to the fantasy relevance conversation.
Yes, he has four games with 14.9 or more points, but all four of them included a rushing touchdown, something we cannot rely upon for our fantasy quarterbacks.
Joe Mixon and Giovani Bernard: If you’re looking at the stat sheet every week, it’s understandable why you’d be down on Mixon, because his numbers are putrid.
He’s yet to top 62 rushing yards despite totaling at least 13 carries in five of the last eight games.
RBs Isaiah Crowell and Duke Johnson: Just as we start to see glimpses of the player Crowell was supposed to be, he goes and posts a line of 11 carries for 18 yards without a single catch.
We should’ve known that it was too good to be true.
No, instead it was the running back who the Browns refuse to give more carries to.
The Browns were in that streak of teams to have a running back with more than 10 points, but it wasn’t Crowell.Oh, and Johnson also has just as many rushing touchdowns as Crowell.Of the two, I’d prefer Johnson as he has the higher ceiling and this game-script should fit his role very well.He’s just a desperation RB4 who might see some garbage time work.
WRs Corey Coleman: He’s now played in just three games this season and has totaled at least 8.0 fantasy points in two of them, including the Jaguars last week.Because of that, he needs to be considered as a WR3 who’ll have limited scoring opportunities in this offense.