Bills RB Bryce Brown listed as fourth option


Bills RB Bryce Brown listed as fourth option

Earlier today the Buffalo Bills released their first official depth chart of training camp and Bryce Brown @BryceBrown_34 is set as the fourth string running back. This depth chart is of course not final, but it gives us a preview of what is to come. The Bills traded for the third year running back in the offseason. As an Eagle, Bryce Brown filled in for LeSean McCoy and set an Eagles rookie record with 178 rushing yards in a game in his first NFL start.

Fantasy Analysis:

After trading for Brown in the offseason, many assumed he would play a contributing role in the Bills offense. That may still be the case. Fred Jackson @Fred22Jackson is not getting any younger and C.J. Spiller @CJSPILLER is in the last year of his contract. In dynasty leagues, Bryce Brown is surely a very sneaky pickup for next year. However, he may see a very small amount of touches this season and has very little fantasy value unless Spiller and Jackson suffer from the injury bug.

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Dixons 3rd?.. I really don't know how to feel about any of their RBs

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Mark Morales-Smith 07/28/14 09:30 PM

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