Gurley tallied a 70% share in week but he lost two touchdowns to backup Malcolm Brown who was not subbed in at the goal line but, instead, had been in for the entire drive for both touchdowns. Interestingly enough, however, Gurley's touches totaled 19 in week two vs.15 in week one, meaning that his touch-to-snap ratio actually increased. He also reeled in 3-of-4 pass attempts for a meager 4 yards. While he was not nearly as productive on the ground against the Saints in week two, he did score his first touchdown of 2018, salvaging his day. But itt's going to take more than an intermittent touchdown to restore faith in his 2019 potential. Gurley's snap count and usage will remain a focal point as fantasy owners continue to move on fearing his slide will only continue. His ADP (17.83) rests near a two-year low and is currently DLF's RB7.