Bryce Brown, RB, Seahawks
2015 Outlook:Last updated on Aug-20-2015 by Shawn Childs
Brown has been in the league for three years. He flashed high upside in 2012 when he rushed for 347 yards and four TDs in two games while filling in for McCoy in Philadelphia. Last year, Bryce had a great opportunity to earn more playing time while C.J. Spiller was hurt, but he averaged just 3.5 yards per carry. He did catch 13 passes over a two-game span during the middle portion of the season, but he totaled just 52 touches for the year. In his two seasons with McCoy in Philly, Bryce took 211 touches for 1,018 yards and six touchdowns. He has enough talent to be Buffalo's backup RB this year.
SCOUT Fantasy: 3. Last year, we thought Bryce Brown would emerge as a deep sleeper, were we a year early on that call or will he remain the odd man out behind McCoy and Fred Jackson?
Talbot: Bryce Brown seemed like the best breakout option among Buffalo's running backs before the McCoy trade, but now it'd be a surprise if he even makes the roster. Jackson will be the team's No. 2 running back and Anthony Dixon will probably be the team's third running back. Dixon is more likely to beat out Brown for a roster spot due to his ability to play on special teams. Last, Buffalo drafted Karlos Williams in the NFL draft. Williams may now be the long-term 'sleeper' of the group due to McCoy's workload, Jackson's age and Dixon's inability to be an every down back.
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