BALLER MOVE: Stash in all leagues.
ANALYSIS: As much as I hate to admit it as a LeSean McCoy owner and fan, Chip Kelly’s offense makes a full season for Shady far from a guarantee. Should McCoy miss any time, Bryce Brown, still available in 60% of leagues and former High School Player of the Year, stands to step into a huge role. Last season, Brown showed the football world he can still play. In two games against the Panthers and the Cowboys, Brown combined for 347 yards on the ground with four touchdowns, however he did lose three fumbles. Even with his fumble troubles, Brown was a must start last year while McCoy was out. Brown worked throughout the off season on ball control, and if he can keep from putting the ball on the ground, he could see an increased role on the goal line. If Shady misses any time, the list of RBs I would start over Bryce Brown is shorter than many would believe.