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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pickups - Running Backs (RB)

To help you dominate all of your 2018 fantasy football leagues, below are some 2018 fantasy football running back (RB) waiver wire pickups to consider adding to your fantasy football teams. Be sure to also try our other lineup tools below.

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2018 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Adds by NFL Position

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Deeper Sleepers Heading Into Week 4

While it wasn't the prototypical "oh my god we're all gonna die" week for fantasy injuries, there were enough scares this week to make us hold our breath more than we would have liked. The big loss coming out of Week 3 was that of Jimmy Garoppolo tearing his ACL. An absolute brutal blow to the 2018 season, not just for fantasy, but for real life NFL enjoyment. Fortunately, a dozencontinue reading...

Week 4 Waiver Wire Pickups - All Positions

We know nothing. When I say "we," I am referring collectively to all of us who follow the NFL and play fantasy football on a regular basis of course. We were certain the Vikings-Bills game would be a blowout... but not in Buffalo's favor. The Patriots weren't going to let former assistant coach Matt Patricia and the Lions beat them... until they did. And don't tell me you had a season-long lineup that includedcontinue reading...

Week 4 Running Backs - Waiver Wire Pickups and Adds

After three weeks we have all embraced the relentless efforts that are necessary in order to maximize our chances of winning league championships. Including the ongoing search for the latest information, the constant examination of our various roster options, and the instant adjustments to the continually changing landscape at the running back position. But unfortunately, even though we would prefer not to contend with bye weeks, this unwanted development has reemerged to provide yet another elementcontinue reading...

Waiver Wire Express - Week 4 Lightning Round

The first month of football is usually quite the wild ride with newcomers and old friends forcing us to reassess our rosters. Week 3 was no stranger to injuries and some standout performances, so how can you keep up with it all? In the interest of getting you the most timely information, consider this our waiver wire lightning round heading into Week 4. This column is published early every week and then updated after thecontinue reading...

T.J. Yeldon (RB, JAC) - Week 4 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues OWNED IN: 50% of Leagues ANALYSIS: At the onset of the season, I recommended that anyone who utilized a first-round pick on Leonard Fournette should also secure T.J. Yeldon as a handcuff. While that plan has been partially undermined due to modified workload distribution for Yeldon and Corey Grant, Yeldon can still safeguard Fournette owners from crisis should Jacksonville’s RB1 continue to miss criticalcontinue reading...

Chris Ivory (RB, BUF) - Week 4 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues OWNED IN: 6% of Leagues ANALYSIS: After much conjecture regarding LeSean McCoy's rib issue, and the manner in which Buffalo would allocate backfield touches in his absence, we were reminded once again that surprises of a magnitude beyond what is seemingly possible can occur at any time in the NFL. The Bills had appeared to be the league's worst team by a considerable margin during the first two weeks, and there was absolutelycontinue reading...

Wendell Smallwood (RB, PHI) - Week 4 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 14+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 1% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Prior to Week 3’s matchup with the Colts, the criteria for considering Philadelphia Eagles running back Wendell Smallwood was solely based upon his potential opportunity to accumulate touches if Corey Clement’s sudden quad issue was significant enough to limit his touches. If that occurred, Clement's health problem would align with Jay Ajayi’s back injury, and Darren Sproles’ hamstring issue tocontinue reading...

Corey Grant (RB, JAC) - Week 4 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 14+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 1% of Leagues ANALYSIS: If you are a Leonard Fournette owner who experienced having one of your competitors pilfer T.J. Yeldon, you don't have to lament your inability to secure the fourth-year back. Instead, you can focus your efforts on targeting Corey Grant for your arsenal of roster options. While Yeldon’s touches (17/1) and snaps (39/6) were significantly higher in Week 1, the touchcontinue reading...

Jordan Wilkins (RB, IND) - Week 4 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 26% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Indianapolis Colts running back Jordan Wilkins continues to reside among available options in the majority of leagues, while also maintaining a presence among the weekly  suggestions in this column. Even though most potential owners have not been enthusiastic about adding him, continued attrition by expected starters, should combine with the return of bye weeks to make Wilkins a viable option for your rosters. Indianapoliscontinue reading...

Nyheim Hines (RB, IND) - Week 4 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 8% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Indianapolis Colts running back Nyheim Hines has a situation is comparable to fellow first-year runner Jordan Wilkins, in that his level of opportunity is not massive on a weekly basis, yet it remains largely consistent. Hines can perform as a matchup based flex option for owners in PPR leagues, as his targets, and receptions should repeatedly exceed the receiving opportunities ofcontinue reading...

Ronald Jones (RB, TB) - Week 4 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 21% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Ronald Jones was not active for either of Tampa Bay's first two contests, and the list of unfavorable comments from his head coach Dirk Koetter was lengthy entering the year. These facts hardly present a solid foundation toward a recommendation to add him. However, current feature back Peyton Barber has manufactured just 91 yards and 2.6 YPC with his 35 carries. Even ifcontinue reading...

Jalen Richard (RB, OAK) - Week 4 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 3% of Leagues ANALYSIS:  Amid the escalating debacle that has permeated Jon Gruden's return as Oakland's head coach, running back Jalen Richard is one of the offensive skill performers that has performed capably, while securing a role as the Raiders' pass catching back. In the team's first three contests, Richard has collected 15 of his 18 targets, while generating 114 yards. His target total is second onlycontinue reading...

Javorius Allen (RB, BAL) - Week 4 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues OWNED IN: 26% of Leagues ANALYSIS: During a week in which there will not be an unconditional must-add target at the running back position, Allen presents owners with an unexciting but logical addition as the result of his continuing role within the Raven offense. Through Baltimore’s first three games, Allen has accumulated 29 touches, which includes a 55%/45% mixture of carries (16), and receptions (13). He has also generated four touchdowns, withcontinue reading...

Week 3 Waiver Wire Pickups - All Positions

Up is down, black is white, cats and dogs are living together. Ryan Fitzpatrick is the best QB in football (OK, behind Pat Mahomes) and Blake Bortles doubled Aaron Rodgers in fantasy points this week. Also, Joe Mixon, Devonta Freeman, and Leonard Fournette are sidelined by injuries while Le'Veon Bell continues to sideline himself. Also,continue reading...

Week 3 Running Backs - Waiver Wire Pickups and Adds

After two weeks of game action, anyone who drafted Leonard Fournette, Devonta Freeman, or Joe Mixon has already been confronted with having their early-round pick sidelined due to injury. That has automatically launched the unwanted process of monitoring a situation that is fraught with uncertainty for those of you who own Fournette and Freeman, while assessing the best plan for targeting a replacement. Meanwhile, Mixon ownerscontinue reading...

Waiver Wire Express - Week 3 Lightning Round

There's always some degree of insanity at the outset of a new football season, but 2018 feels like quite the beast in this regard. We've got players being thrust into the spotlight due to injuries and sheer force of will -- some are new names, some very familiar -- but how can you keep up with it all? Well, in the interest of getting you the most timely information, consider this the waivercontinue reading...

Chris Ivory (RB, BUF) - Week 3 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 14+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 5% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Buffalo Bills running back Chris Ivory is more of a waiver wire find as a result of an injury rather than performance. Bills starter LeSean McCoy injured his ribs on Sunday with the extent of the injury remaining unclear. Should McCoy miss any time, longtime veteran Chris Ivory would be the next man up. Ivory did score a touchdown while filling incontinue reading...

Deeper Sleepers Heading Into Week 3

Ryan Fitzpatrick is the leading MVP candidate. There have been two ties in two weeks. Josh Gordon is a Patriot. James Conner has more fantasy points than both Odell Beckham and Aaron Rodgers. And, although not really fantasy related, the Bills are so bad that Vontae Davis retired from football at halftime. No, this isn't a bizarro NFL universecontinue reading...

LeGarrette Blount (RB, DET) - Week 3 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 22% of Leagues ANALYSIS: If you're in a full PPR league, feel free to skip over Detroit Lions running back LeGarrette Blount. Standard league owners already know about Blount and his 18-touchdown season in 2016. Last year was a huge dropoff and going to Detroit, a.k.a. No Man's Land for running backs, didn't figure to help his value. He is still touchdown-dependent and hasn't scored yet, butcontinue reading...

Austin Ekeler (RB, LAC) - Week 3 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues OWNED IN: 42% of Leagues ANALYSIS: The elusive Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler was included with last week’s recommendations, and his ownership percentage has risen by 23% since that time. Still, even though Ekeler provides stand-alone value, and the potential for high-quality production if incumbent Melvin Gordon is forced to the sideline, he has not persuaded most of you to secure his services. Even last week’s remindercontinue reading...

Jordan Wilkins (RB, IND) - Week 3 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues OWNED IN: 32% of Leagues ANALYSIS: While Indianapolis Colts running back Jordan Wilkins saw his 10 carries tie him for the team lead with Marlon Mack in Week 2, Wilkins amassed 61 yards with those opportunities (6.1 YPC) and has now manufactured 101 yards on the ground during his first two games. Even though he will continue to split carries with Mack, the 6’1” rookie should remain an integral componentcontinue reading...

Giovani Bernard (RB, CIN) - Week 3 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues OWNED IN: 30% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Cincinnati Bengals running back Giovani Bernard was included in last week's waiver wire targets. However, he might have appeared to be the most questionable suggestion among the group after receiving just two touches in Week 1 compared to 22 for Mixon. However, the workload distribution was vastly different in Week 2, as knee concerns for Mixon increased Bernard's involvement (10 touches) while resulting incontinue reading...

Corey Clement (RB, PHI) - Week 3 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 23% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Here's a quick review of Philadelphia Eagles running back Corey Clement in the eyes of fantasy owners. First, he entered the season as the apparent RB2 behind Jay Ajayi, who nevertheless was a prospective candidate to capture a more sizable role. Then he degenerated to a viable drop option, after Darren Sproles joined Ajayi in commandeering a significantly highercontinue reading...

Marlon Mack (RB, IND) - Week 3 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues OWNED IN: 48% of Leagues ANALYSIS: It is amazing how quickly Indianapolis Colts running back Marlon Mack was mentally discarded by a sufficient number of owners for his ownership percentage to reach this level. Once it was clear that his problematic hamstring would keep him affixed to the sidelines as the regular season began, the collective overreaction coerced over 50% of potential owners to ignore him completely. Now, he hascontinue reading...

Ito Smith (RB, ATL) - Week 3 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 14+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 1% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Devonta Freeman's knee injury not only launched Tevin Coleman into high-end RB2 status, but also elevated both the opportunity and value for Atlanta Falcons running back Ito Smith. The rookie suddenly became a shrewd roster addition in deep leagues, and a feasible option for anyone who was already invested in the Falcon backfield. He then capitalized on his opportunity to become involved in Atlanta'scontinue reading...

Mark Walton (RB, CIN) - Week 3 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 14+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 0% of Leagues ANALYSIS: The combination of Joe Mixon's absence, and Giovani Bernard's ascension into Cincinnati's RB1 role have elevated Mark Walton into backup responsibilities behind Bernard. The 5'10", 200-pound rookie was selected in Round 4 by the Bengals last April, but will be active for the first time this week. He can bring a level of explosiveness to the Cincinnati backfield, andcontinue reading...

Marcus Murphy (RB, BUF) - Week 3 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 14+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 1% of Leagues ANALYSISLeSean McCoy's rib injury during Buffalo's Week 2 matchup lifts Buffalo Bills running back Marcus Murphy into consideration for anyone who opted to draft McCoy. Even if Buffalo's 30-year old RB1 is able to return for the team’s difficult Week 3 trip to Minnesota, another abominable game script could occur for the talent deficient Bills. That would compel Sean McDermott tocontinue reading...

Javorius Allen (RB, BAL) - Week 3 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 8% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Baltimore Ravens running back Javorius Allen is a good addition in deeper leagues. With Kenneth Dixon (knee) out of the mix for several weeks, Allen will stay busy on passing downs and short-yardage plays. He had a very Buck Allen-like day with five catches 36 yards, six carries for eight yards and a touchdown. It's never pretty, but at the end ofcontinue reading...

Javorius Allen (RB, BAL) - Week 2 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 14+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 3% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Baltimore Ravens running back Javorius Allen is a last resort dart throw in deeper leagues. We are not thrilled about putting him on this list. We have  never been interested in players who have been given multiple opportunities at fantasy relevance only to fail over and over. 14 fantasy points isn't even particularly spectacular but it's the six receptions that are intriguing.continue reading...

Deeper PPR Sleepers Heading Into Week 2

As is tradition, Week 1 provided the usual head-scratching performances we've grown accustomed to start the year. Matthew Stafford looked discombobulated, the Amari Cooper rebound year did not get off to a good start, and LeSean McCoy looks hopeless in Buffalo. All these disappointments aside, we did end up with some positive takeaways. Here you'll find your weekly dose of deeper PPR sleepers who are worthcontinue reading...

Week 2 Waiver Wire Pickups - All Positions

Week 1 is in the books (almost) so now we know exactly what to expect from every player for the rest of the season, right? At the very least, we've witnessed some performances that surprised even the most ardent fantasy football owners and it's never too early to take action to improve your roster. In this weekly waiver wire series, we provide a comprehensive list of fantasy-viable players that are owned in approximately 35% or fewercontinue reading...

Week 2 Running Backs - Waiver Wire Pickups and Adds

Some of you who felt immediate satisfaction about your running back situation upon the completion of your drafts, may be experiencing different emotions after their Week 1 performances. While others among you who might have been concerned about your selections at this critical position might be more satisfied with your roster options after this week’s game action. Leonard Fournette owners were reminded yet again that the benefits of having one of the league's truecontinue reading...

Waiver Wire Express - Week 2 Lightning Round

Oh, football Sundays, there’s nothing quite like you. The whirlwind of emotions leading to fist-pumping highs, as well as great defeats marked by injuries and others vulturing your points. In the interest of getting you the most timely information for your title matchups, consider this the waiver wire lightning round heading into Week 2. This column is published early every week and then updated on a daily basis. Each day of the week willcontinue reading...

Mike Gillislee (RB, NO) - Week 2 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 14+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 4% of Leagues ANALYSIS: New Orleans Saints running back Mike Gillislee may have fumbled in Week 1, but his fumble that wound up being returned for a touchdown didn't cost the Saints the game - their defense is to blame for that. It doesn't help his stock, though. Sean Payton once benched Mark Ingram in favor of Tim Hightower for an entire game because ofcontinue reading...

Phillip Lindsay (RB, DEN) - Week 2 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 2% of Leagues ANALYSIS: While rookie Royce Freeman garnered 15 carries and assembled 71 yards, the fact that fellow newcomer Phillip Lindsay replicated those numbers in both categories was completely unforeseen. Lindsay also manufactured a 29-yard touchdown with one of his two receptions, which made his NFL debut exceptional. There had been conversation concerning the favorable impression that Lindsay had been making on Denver’s coaching staff,continue reading...

James White (RB, NE) - Week 2 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 49% of Leagues ANALYSIS: New England Patriots running back James White was included among the Week 1 recommendations, as the continuing delay to Sony Michel’s involvement with the Patriot offense appeared to provide the fifth-year back with a massive opportunity to accumulate targets, receptions, and fantasy points. He did ultimately collect four of his team-best nine targets for 38 yards and a touchdown, while generating 56 totalcontinue reading...

Jordan Wilkins (RB, IND) - Week 2 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues OWNED IN: 36% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Owners were encouraged to seize Indianapolis Colts running back Jordan Wilkins during last week's waiver wire, yet his ownership percentage remains surprisingly low. The level of skepticism regarding his workload and his ability to take advantage of his touches should diminish after his performance as Indy’s starting back against Cincinnati. Wilkins accumulated 61 total yards on 17 touches against the Bengals, while also leadingcontinue reading...

Darren Sproles (RB, PHI) - Week 2 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 14+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 4% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Offseason discussion surrounding Philadelphia’s backfield was dominated by opinion on Jay Ajayi’s ability to reward owners for their investment of a fourth-round draft pick, and Corey Clement’s potential for confiscating a respectable workload. However, the 35-year old Darren Sproles surprisingly performed on 29 snaps (39%), which tied Ajayi, and was significantly higher than the count for Clement (13/18%). Hecontinue reading...

Nyheim Hines (RB, IND) - Week 2 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 5% of Leagues ANALYSIS: While Indianapolis Colts running back Jordan Wilkins should garner more attention among potential owners as a result of his Week 1 production, fellow first-year back Nyheim Hines should also commandeer a larger presence within the fantasy landscape after he collected seven of his nine targets for 33 yards, while supplementing his receptions with 19 yards on the ground (3.8continue reading...

Austin Ekeler (RB, LAC) - Week 2 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 16% of Leagues ANALYSIS: While he did generate five touchdowns as a dual-threat back during his 2017 rookie season, Los Angeles Charger Austin Ekeler only averaged 4.6 touches per game, understandably leading to reluctance in adding him. However, the incentive of procuring Ekeler may have expanded beyond the limited sect of Melvin Gordon owners, as he appears to have captured a role thatcontinue reading...

Ty Montgomery (RB, GB) - Week 2 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 29% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Green Bay Packers running back Ty Montgomery was also a recommended option prior to Green Bay’s Week 1 matchup with Chicago, and there is nothing that occurred during the Packers initial contest that should discourage you from pursuing him. While he will not obtain a mammoth workload, he does remain involved in the team's offense as the primary receiving back. Montgomery’s prospective valuecontinue reading...

Giovani Bernard (RB, CIN) - Week 2 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 30% of Leagues ANALYSISJoe Mixon capitalized on his 22 touches by amassing 149 yards and a touchdown, while displaying the proficiency that anyone who had drafted him in 2017 had yearned for throughout the year. So why look at Giovani Bernard as a roster addition? Because he is capable of accruing sizable yardage while operating in Cincinnati’s offense, if he receives a sufficient numbercontinue reading...

T.J. Yeldon (RB, JAC) - Week 2 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 9% of Leagues ANALYSIS: While there has been divergent opinion concerning the potential for Jacksonville Jaguars running back T.J. Yeldon to supply stand-alone value for owners who had not drafted Fournette, his stock now elevates dramatically after yet another Fournette injury (hamstring). Yeldon carried 14 times for 51 yards after ascending into a sudden role as Jacksonville’s primary back, and caught three of his seven targetscontinue reading...

Week 1 Waiver Wire Pickups & Adds

Welcome to this first installment of the Waiver Wire weekly series for the 2018 fantasy football season. I know you're still giddy about your draft and perhaps you're still riding that high, but the waiver wire is now your draft room. We provide information on players that are owned in roughly 30% of Yahoo leagues or less, so that you can make an educated decision about who to add to your squad. Let’s look around the leaguecontinue reading...

Devontae Booker (RB, DEN) - Week 1 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 23% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Denver Broncos running back Devontae Booker may not be a great option at first glance. Whether you reviewed Denver’s numbers during the preseason, watched video of the team's games, or allocated time toward doing both, the results repeatedly confirmed that Royce Freeman should be the team’s RB1. He was finally named as the Broncos’ starter after it originally appeared that Bookercontinue reading...

James White (RB, NE) - Week 1 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues OWNED IN: 47% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Amid the offseason focus on first-round pick Sony Michel, and the versatile Rex Burkhead, New England Patriots running back James White has not garnered the degree of attention that his numbers should warrant. He quietly finished ninth among all backs in targets (72), and 10th in receptions (56) during 2017, while also tying for sixth in red zone targetscontinue reading...

Kenneth Dixon (RB, BAL) - Week 1 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 14+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 1% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Baltimore Ravens running Kenneth Dixon is a great addition in deeper leagues. Also, just 1% ownership? That is a bit harsh. We know Dixon is no longer a “shiny new toy” after his various injuries and the PED suspension, but doesn’t it speak to his talent that the Ravens haven’t moved on? We respect Alex Collins’ talent but do not thinkcontinue reading...

Mike Gillislee (RB, NO) - Week 1 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 14+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 3% of Leagues ANALYSIS: New Orleans Saints running back Mike Gillislee is likely the benefactor of the roster crunch in the Big Easy.  The Saints surprised nearly everyone by cutting Jonathan Williams after he appeared to be the substitute for the suspended Mark Ingram. They then surprised us again by cutting sixth-round rookie Boston Scott in order to make room for offensive linecontinue reading...

T.J. Yeldon (RB, JAC) - Week 1 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 14+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 9% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Jacksonville Jaguars running back T.J. Yeldon is a good PPR optio. Shoutout to FantasyPros’ Mike Tagliere for doing all that he can to put Yeldon’s potential on everyone’s radar. Everyone is swooning over how great Leonard Fournette is and we do not want to take away from that, but Yeldon quietly amassed 41 targets in 10 games as the third-down backcontinue reading...

Corey Clement (RB, PHI) - Week 1 Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 28% of Leagues ANALYSIS: Philadelphia Eagles running back Corey Clement should be owned in more leagues, as simple as that. One of Super Bowl 52’s bigger heroes, Clement heads into 2018 with an unclear role but lots of excitement. Simply put, Jay Ajayi is already hurt and while we love Darren Sproles as a story, he will not mix in as much as Clementcontinue reading...