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The Best Dynasty Fantasy Football Running Back Handcuffs

We look at this year’s handcuffs and assess who could help you win your league.

We look at this year's handcuffs and assess who could help you win your league.


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The Best Dynasty Fantasy Football Running Back Handcuffs
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Ashley Moser
2 months ago

Great list! Ken…you like Perine over Evans???

mark kruczek
2 months ago

Thanks for the list, it’s a really good job but two that I found surprisingly lower than I expected.
Spiller being a 1 star surprised me. To me it seems if the Chargers don’t like the other RBs they took the prior 2 years and that’s why Spiller could get a lot of work if Ekeler gets hurt.
Herbert as a 2 star was lower than I expected. Herbert was more efficient than Montgomery last year and I thought there was a lot of talk that he is a better fit for Chicago’s offense than Montgomery is?
Haskins and Brian Robinson were a little surprising to me as well as 1 stars. If Gibson and Henry went down, I suspect they would get a lot of work. McKissic is there but a vast majority of the 1st and 2nd down work would go to Robison I would expect and most likely the red zone.

Travis Steffey
Reply to  mark kruczek
2 months ago

These are the same 2 that stood out to me. Herbert scored like a rb1-rb2 last year when Montgomery was out and looked the part too. I have him handcuffed to Montgomery in several leagues and hes been highly sought after this offseason by the rest of my league. I wouldnt think twice about plugging him in and getting production if Montgomery goes down again

James Wasney
2 months ago

putting rhamondre this low is close to malpractice…

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