5 leaders in fantasy football this season »FirstSportz
Make sure your seat belts and trays are upright and buckled as we head into the final stages of the fantasy football season. There will be storms ahead. Here, we’ll help you navigate the clouds with some ideas to bolster your roster for the upcoming knockouts. Yes, we are talking about the top 5 RBs in fantasy football this season.
NBC Sports recently posted their top 5 RB leaders in fantasy football. Let us review them.
Jonathan Taylor: 266.1 fantasy soccer score
Despite the fact that the game scenario wasn’t in Taylor’s favor in Week 12, he still racked up 19.7 PPR points. That reflects how his role has evolved for the Colts – he played at least 69% of tackles in six consecutive games – and his importance in fantasy football. This time, the game scenario will almost certainly work in his favor.
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Austin Ekeler: 217.2
In the match against the Broncos, Austin Ekeler scored his 14th goal overall. In the NFL, he is second only to the Indianapolis Colts, running behind Jonathan Taylor (16). This season, Ekeler has seven touchdowns and seven touches and has scored in eight of his 11 games. In week 12, Ekeler also overcame 1,000 set yards (1,077). He needed 474 yards – or a total of 79 yards per game – in the last six games to hit a new career record.
Joe Mixon: 202.6
Mixon has had 58 carries in the Bengals’ last two games, including easy wins over the Raiders and Steelers. This week, the Bengals were the favorites again, and the Chargers struggled for the run, surrendering 1,598 yards of the ground in 11 games. This one will have a lot of Mixons in it.
Derrick Henry: 184.3
In 2019 and 2020, Henry leads the NFL in runs, dashes, and hasty touches. He’s on track to finish it again in 2021, and he’s got a shot to become the first player in NFL history to have the season back for 2,000 yards. That is no longer an option. According to initial reports, after having surgery to repair his broken foot, Henry is expected to miss the rest of the season for the Titans, according to initial reports. On the other hand, coach Mike Vrabel seemed to feel that Henry had a chance to return this season.
Najee Harris: 173.9
Remember when Najee Harris, the rookie running back, looked like RB1? In Week 12, he only had 37 yards of practice against the Bengals, who blew it up in Pittsburgh. Harris hasn’t earned a double-digit fantasy score for the first time since Week 1 against Buffalo.
This season, Harris was much more valuable in fantasy football. However, given how bad Steelman’s offense was in Week 12, Harris’ management may be worried and you can simply take him away and join your fantasy team.
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