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2023 Dynasty Riser, Faller and Longshot Predictions: Washington Commanders

Which Commanders might rise or fall in dynasty value this season?

Jahan Dotson

Which Commanders might rise or fall in dynasty value this season?

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2023 Dynasty Riser, Faller and Longshot Predictions: Washington Commanders
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Andrew Omstead
1 month ago

I think there could be an argument made that Brian Robinson is worth holding in all Dynasty leagues. He was a Day 2 pick (Round 3 Pick 98), was deployed as a receiver in college (35 receptions last year in college as compared to Gibson’s 38 in his last collegiate year), and in his rookie year averaged 17.8 touches per game compared to Gibson’s 13. All this while recovering from *multiple* gunshot wounds in his leg, exemplified by comparing his 3.28 ypc average his first 6 games of his rookie season to his 4.39 ypc average over his last 6 games. I don’t see any evidence that “the Commanders have given every indication that they plan to turn the backfield over to Antonio Gibson”. I think this will be a RB-by-committee backfield, as most of the NFL has turned towards.
I think Robinson is a solid hold, imo.

Sean Naughton
1 month ago

Brian Robinson was never himself last year. He was shot in the leg twice, why do we think this was like a sprained ankle recovery scenario? He’s lucky he can walk with a normal gate. He still had 800 yards in less than 3/4 of a season while recovering while being in turners boring predictable offense. Check out his yards per attempt the last few games, much better. B-rob had 29 receptions his senior year at bama, the guy can catch. He’s being utilized as a pass catcher in camp and reports say he looks legit. At rb36 or whatever, b-rob is an unbelievable buy at his ADP and can’t go lower. He beat Gibson out last year with his eyes closed. Hang on to a healthy and motivated b-rob and watch his value soar

Last edited 1 month ago by Sean Naughton
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