Hurts came on late last season for the Eagles after replacing the struggling Carson Wentz and gave the team a spark with his leadership and aggressive play. There are major question marks at the skill positions for Hurts, but his rushing ability seemingly gives Philadelphia a better chance to win and gives Hurts a high fantasy floor as well. There is some concern after he started out with a 5:1 touchdown-to-interception ratio, then finished with just one touchdown and three interceptions in his last two games. Still, fantasy owners saw enough to know Hurts can be a weapon on their rosters. The new coaching staff will need to cater to his strengths, but he should be given every chance to succeed. Hurts is already our QB13, so his upside is already baked into his value, but he's a player worth investing in or even selling because of his high ceiling.