Regarding the usage of "positionless" players, Olson went on to say "You see the game changing from year to year, the use of the RPOs (run-pass options) and the use of the Taysom Hills, those type of players that played the RPO-style offense in college, they become valuable." It still appears Bowden is seeing most of his time at running back but it's obvious he could be a triple threat. Olson finished by saying: "We believe that he can transition and be a running back, as well as do some of those plays at the quarterback position that he did in college." Positionless players are valuable in the NFL but in dynasty, they have rarely produced to a level where they are viable every-week starters. That said, the NFL game is changing and we've seen an increase in players such as Taysom Hill and rookie Antonio Gibson rise based on athleticism alone with the hope that production follows. Given Bowden's wide-ranging RB60 ranking on DLF, beauty is clearly in the eye of the beholder.