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  • PLAYER PROFILE: Jordan Howard โ€” Average ADP: 112/RB38 (@espn) His ADP? Below his floor โ€” 5 reasons why Howard is being undervalued in 2020: 1. In his first four seasons Howard has only finished outside of the top-20 running backs once, last season when he only played ten games. Where he was still the RB29 on a PPG basis. Not to mention he finished that high on only 12 carries per game, compared to his previous average of 16.6 carries per game. 2. Last year Miami's run game was embarrassing, so much so that Ryan Fitzpatrick was the leading rusher with a grand total of 243 yards. With a defensive minded coach and an upgraded offensive line we can expect Miami to utilize their new backs in Howard and Matt Breida. For fantasy purposes these are two very different backs. Howard will be getting the most carries while Breida will be there for change of pace situations and pass catching opportunities. This shouldn't affect Howard's value negatively because he has never been incredibly successful in the passing game. 3. One of the biggest downsides to Howard's fantasy value is his ceiling. While Ryan Fitzpatrick is expected to be the starter for most of, if not all, the season, this was a team that only had ten rushing touchdowns with Fitzpatrick accounting for four of them. However; he will provide a floor that can be pivotal during the inevitable bye weeks and injuries. 4. Looking at ADP, you are choosing between Howard, a starting running back who should be locked in for 200+ carries, or a bunch of backup running backs including: Kerryon Johnson, Marlon Mack, Sony Michel(a starter but will most likely start the season on PUP), Zack Moss, and JK Dobbins. While Howard may not have the POTENTIAL ceiling of these running backs, his floor is significantly higher, which is perfect for your RB4/5. 5. Last season only 5 running backs had a higher percentage of carries go 10+ yards than Jordan Howard. Since he was drafted in 216 he is 3rd in rushing yards and 7th in rushing touchdowns. Draft him way below his floor and wait for his production to shine. โ€” Jordan Howard probably won't win you your league, but he will provide a solid floor in case of a crisis. โ€”
    PLAYER PROFILE: Jordan Howard
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Average ADP: 112/RB38
(@espn)
His ADP? Below his floor
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5 reasons why Howard is being undervalued in 2020:
1.  In his first four seasons Howard has only finished outside of the top-20 running backs once, last season when he only played ten games. Where he was still the RB29 on a PPG basis. Not to mention he finished that high on only 12 carries per game, compared to his previous average of 16.6 carries per game.
2. Last year Miami's run game was embarrassing, so much so that Ryan Fitzpatrick was the leading rusher with a grand total of 243 yards. With a defensive minded coach and an upgraded offensive line we can expect Miami to utilize their new backs in Howard and Matt Breida. For fantasy purposes these are two very different backs. Howard will be getting the most carries while Breida will be there for change of pace situations and pass catching opportunities. This shouldn't affect Howard's value negatively because he has never been incredibly successful in the passing game.
3. One of the biggest downsides to Howard's fantasy value is his ceiling. While Ryan Fitzpatrick is expected to be the starter for most of, if not all, the season, this was a team that only had ten rushing touchdowns with Fitzpatrick accounting for four of them. However; he will provide a floor that can be pivotal during the inevitable bye weeks and injuries.
4. Looking at ADP, you are choosing between Howard, a starting running back who should be locked in for 200+ carries, or a bunch of backup running backs including: Kerryon Johnson, Marlon Mack, Sony Michel(a starter but will most likely start the season on PUP), Zack Moss, and JK Dobbins. While Howard may not have the POTENTIAL ceiling of these running backs, his floor is significantly higher, which is perfect for your RB4/5.
5. Last season only 5 running backs had a higher percentage of carries go 10+ yards than Jordan Howard. Since he was drafted in 216 he is 3rd in rushing yards and 7th in rushing touchdowns. Draft him way below his floor and wait for his production to shine.
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Jordan Howard probably won't win you your league, but he will provide a solid floor in case of a crisis.
โ€”

    PLAYER PROFILE: Jordan Howard
    โ€”
    Average ADP: 112/RB38
    (@espn)
    His ADP? Below his floor
    โ€”
    5 reasons why Howard is being undervalued in 2020:
    1. In his first four seasons Howard has only finished outside of the top-20 running backs once, last season when he only played ten games. Where he was still the RB29 on a PPG basis. Not to mention he finished that high on only 12 carries per game, compared to his previous average of 16.6 carries per game.
    2. Last year Miami's run game was embarrassing, so much so that Ryan Fitzpatrick was the leading rusher with a grand total of 243 yards. With a defensive minded coach and an upgraded offensive line we can expect Miami to utilize their new backs in Howard and Matt Breida. For fantasy purposes these are two very different backs. Howard will be getting the most carries while Breida will be there for change of pace situations and pass catching opportunities. This shouldn't affect Howard's value negatively because he has never been incredibly successful in the passing game.
    3. One of the biggest downsides to Howard's fantasy value is his ceiling. While Ryan Fitzpatrick is expected to be the starter for most of, if not all, the season, this was a team that only had ten rushing touchdowns with Fitzpatrick accounting for four of them. However; he will provide a floor that can be pivotal during the inevitable bye weeks and injuries.
    4. Looking at ADP, you are choosing between Howard, a starting running back who should be locked in for 200+ carries, or a bunch of backup running backs including: Kerryon Johnson, Marlon Mack, Sony Michel(a starter but will most likely start the season on PUP), Zack Moss, and JK Dobbins. While Howard may not have the POTENTIAL ceiling of these running backs, his floor is significantly higher, which is perfect for your RB4/5.
    5. Last season only 5 running backs had a higher percentage of carries go 10+ yards than Jordan Howard. Since he was drafted in 216 he is 3rd in rushing yards and 7th in rushing touchdowns. Draft him way below his floor and wait for his production to shine.
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    Jordan Howard probably won't win you your league, but he will provide a solid floor in case of a crisis.
    โ€”

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