2013 Fantasy Outlook: Bryce Brown
Bryce Brown | Philadelphia Eagles | RB
2013 Experience: 2nd Season
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Fantasy Football Outlook: Ranked as one of the top running backs in the nation coming out of High School, the raw talent was there for Brown to be a potential star in the NFL. Things didn’t workout in college, but Brown earned a backup role to LeSean McCoy.
A concussion to McCoy opened the door for Brown to start and while he had his fumbling issues, we did see a couple elite performances that suggest this guy could be a fantasy stud down the road. Brown needs to work on his ball-handling skills but that can be coached up. Just look at running backs like Tiki Barber, Adrian Peterson and Frank Gore.
All three had issues with fumbling early in their careers, fixed it and became RB1 studs (or continued to earn the touches to remain a stud) and Pro Bowl NFL players. Brown is stuck behind McCoy and it will likely be a that way for a few more years, but eventually he should receive an opportunity to start, like we’ve seen with Chris Ivory’s situation.
This makes him a terrific hold in dynasty leagues and a must have hand cuff to McCoy in redraft leagues. Brown is worth stashing in from around the 10th round down in 12 team leagues, because if something happens to McCoy, Brown will likely hold RB2 value, right away.
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