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5/31:While Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy knows running back Jordan Howard can be a bell-cow back, he cautioned that he'd use him as such in 2018. “He’s proven that he’s done that, so that’s for sure,” Nagy said. “In this offense, it’s more game specific, as to whether or not you need that.” Howard has posted back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons in his first two years in the league, but pass-catching back Tarik Cohen is also expected to take on a much larger role under Nagy. The major drawback for Howard in fantasy is his weakness in catching passes, something Cohen is very good at. In two seasons, Howard has just 52 catches for 423 yards and one touchdown. While Howard will still be the guy in Chicago on early downs, he could lose valuable touches to Cohen in 2018, making him a very volatile low-end RB1.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: Chicago Sun-Times - Adam L. Jahns

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