Howard notched the 34% snap-share in week nine and was inactive in week 10. What held promise as a potential upside situation in Miami in 2020 has devolved into a situation suggesting Howard can be dropped in all deeper-roster dynasty formats and, arguably, all formats. It was Howard and fellow off-season acquiree Matt Breida who were expected to be a one-two punch for the Dolphins in 2020 but, instead, it's been a rotation of all other backs on the roster not including Howard while Breida, again, has been unable to remain healthy. On the season, he has produced a ridiculous 28/33/4 line, showing himself as a goal line plunge artist only. Howard can be retained on the chance he's given another opportunity, but his DLF RB68 ranking could be a premium to his near-term prospects.