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5 Running Backs to Target in Week 4
Antonio Gibson ($6,400) – The Falcons defense hasn’t been great at stopping running backs so far this season, which is great news for Gibson. His shoulder injury limited his receiving work capabilities early in the season, but I’d expect to see that start to increase. The Football Team went down early last week against the Bills, which limited how often they got Gibson involved. The game will be a lot closer and more competitive against the Falcons and just screams big game from Antonio Gibson.
Cordarelle Patterson ($5,300) – I never thought coming into this season that Patterson would ever be on this list, but you can’t ignore what he’s done. The Falcons love using him everywhere on the field, and the 30 year old looks damn good doing. With 7 carries and 7 targets in each of the past 2 games, he’s been one of Matt Ryan’s primary targets so far and a great value play in PPR formats. The Football Team defense hasn’t been anywhere as close to as good as we thought they’d be this year and Patterson should take advantage.
Ty’Son Williams ($5,200) – Ty’Son and the entire Ravens offense was a disappointment last week, barely pulling out a win on a last second, record setting field goal from Tucker. Now going in to mile high, the air is thinner up there, which means older guys might struggle with conditioning. That’s great news for Ty’Son as both of his teammates, Latavius Murray and Devonta Freeman are a lot older backs. Should they struggle with that air, Ty’Son will shoulder a bigger load.
D’Andre Swift ($6,700) – Swift has been very good through 3 weeks of the season and is currently the RB3 in PPR formats. His involvement in the receiving game is incredible to see, and Dan Campbell has even said he wants to continue getting more touches to Swift. He’s getting healthier and healthier from that groin injury he suffered before the season started, and you’ve got to assume he’s nearly or already back to full strength. The Bears do have a decent run defense, but because they use him so much in the receiving game, I don’t think that will limit his upside.
James Robinson ($5,800) – He’s back. The guy we saw in 2020 is back. He doesn’t have that 90%+ opportunity share in the backfield, but he’s clearly taken over for Hyde as the lead back. Jrob’s carries have gone from 5 to 11 to 15 over the first 3 weeks, and he’s getting more involved in the receiving game each week too. I wouldn’t be surprised to see a blowup game tonight and for the Jags to ride Robinson with Trevor Lawrence’s struggles.
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