2022 Fantasy Football OnlyFans: Running Backs
Same motto was with the quarterbacks. The 2022 fantasy football OnlyFans are the diamonds in the rough. We want those running backs that are for the streets. We’re subscribing early before everyone else catches on. That’s the name of the game when it comes to fantasy anyway. Any RB ranked in the top 20 of most lists are not included in this segment.
JK Dobbins (Ravens)
If you don’t draft JK Dobbins given his current price tag, you are just dumb. I don’t need to say anything else. I did a video on why you need to draft him. It has all the information you need if you just click that link. It’s my call of the year for fantasy. Be careful about doubting me. I will burn you. Dobbins is my ride or die for the season.
AJ Dillon (Packers)
AJ Dillon is more of a sneaky play but the more I think about it, the more I’m in. Did you know Aaron Jones only scored four rushing touchdowns last year? Who’s to say Dillon won’t eat in the red area? No more Davante Adams. Why not lean more into the run game with their two stud backs? Green Bay wants to run the ball and Dillon is just now entering his prime. The time to strike is now. We’re a few weeks away from seeing Dillon complete his transformation into the modern-day, Brandon Jacobs. I want that stock before it’s too late.
Tony Pollard (Cowboys)
Tony Pollard is better than Ezekiel Elliott. Why are we drafting the latter before the former? I’m not saying that was always the case but it’s the truth now. Pollard averaged 5.5 yards per carry last year. He’s getting the football and it’s going to be in the run and pass game. He’s going to be on the field a hell of a lot more often because that’s how it’s going to be if Dallas wants to win football games. I wouldn’t take Zeke in any draft before Pollard.
Rhamondre Stevenson (Patriots)
I want my LeGarrette Blount 20 touchdown year. Rhamondre Stevenson represents the best chance to do so. The Patriots offense might be a bit broken but their run game won’t be. Mac Jones will be in a game manager type role while New England leans on defense and clock control to win football games. Stevenson is going to get his looks and more importantly, probably the touchdowns too. Feed me all of his fantasy stock.
James Cook (Bills)
I’m not saying Zack Moss and Devin Singletary should be deemed as totally worthless. Both will have their roles, at least in the beginning of the season. However, we all know what’s going to happen. James Cook is a star and it’s going to become painfully obvious he’s the guy. I worry about the volume as a rookie but I can’t see how he’s not involved in the passing game. We could see early Austin Ekeler type stuff and if that’s the case, he’s way undervalued right now.
Ronald Jones (Chiefs)
I saw this article yesterday and got a little nervous. Maybe hold out a little bit yet to see if Jones actually makes the team. Hey, maybe Isiah Pacheco is the guy. I just think you’re better off taking your shot on a RB that isn’t Clyde Edwards-Helaire. I think we saw enough of that experiment to know his role is vulnerable in this Chiefs offense. The dart throw is there. Take it.
Kenneth Gainwell (Eagles)
The Eagles hate Miles Sanders. They just do. They’re never going to give him the ball enough times for him to get those touches that make him fantasy relevant. I prefer to take the path less traveled with the Eagles. I think this Kenneth Gainwell might end up being damn good. We sure he can’t steal the job and run away with it? Are we positive? I see it as a much better alternative than paying up for Sanders. The Memphis running backs entering the league have all worked. I’ll take my shot on year two of Gainwell.
Khalil Herbert (Bears)
Herbert was pretty damn good filling in for David Montgomery last year. Are we sure he can’t push for a split in carries? I wouldn’t totally rule it out. I think Herbert may be too good to not have a role. I have no issues with taking Montgomery but the smart approach may be to take Herbert and use the heavier draft resources elsewhere.
Zamir White (Raiders)
I think I’ve talked myself into Zamir White stealing this job from Josh Jacobs. I have White as a better prospect than Jacobs entering the draft despite where they were actually picked. White is a bowling ball. Dude is tough as nails. I think the more he plays, the more the Raiders will realize they’re better off letting Jacobs leave a year from now. White could be a league winner.
Ke’Shawn Vaughn / Rachaad White (Bucs)
I could be off here but it’s just a dart throw. I just hate that Leonard Fournette is a lazy piece of shit. Eventually, it’s gotta catch up to him. Vaughn and White are two young backs that could wind up stealing carries. With Ronald Jones gone, that should happen anyway.