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Four Running Backs to Buy, Sell, or Hold in Dynasty Leagues

We examine four intriguing running backs. Should you be buying or selling?

D'Andre Swift

As we proceed through the NFL playoffs and into the dynasty off-season, reflection on the past year and constantly finding a market pulse on the current player landscape is crucial. Information is constantly changing and the dynasty values will move in lock-step with it. This series will focus on that market pulse by highlighting players at each spot. Here are four running backs to keep an eye on:

James Conner, RB ARI - Buy


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Four Running Backs to Buy, Sell, or Hold in Dynasty Leagues
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12 days ago

Hey Scott! Thanks for the awesome content. Two quick questions:

1. Are you interested in acquiring JK Dobbins? New OC and second year removed from ACL. I’m thinking as an RB 2/3 with upside.

2. With Swift, would you keep him as an RB 2/3? My team is super young and I’m willing to be patient since I love the player. I don’t disagree at all with your assessment though. He’s got to stop getting the nagging injuries. He had low miles out of Georgia which is why I’m leaning on keeping him but the usage does concern me.

Thanks again! Peace!

Gregory Massa
12 days ago

What scoring format are you using that James Conner was in the top-10?

Wendell Bera
Reply to  Gregory Massa
12 days ago

He averaged 15.6 pts per game in my league, which was in the top 10 based on average but finished as the 18th overall rb based on total pts.

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