3.J.D. McKissic, Washington Football Team, 24% rostered:
Antonio Gibson is the number one running back in the backfield. But the interesting thing here is that when Kyle Allen went down with the ankle injury, Alex Smith took over under center. With Smith in the game, McKissic was targeted 13 times in check down situations. That equated to eight receptions and 58 yards in three quarters. He finished with nine receptions for 65 yards for the game. If Smith stays as starting quarterback this raises the floor for McKissic, especially in PPR formats. We all know that Alex Smith is captain check down. McKissic has been a reception machine all year. Combine those two factors–it’s a ridiculous floor for McKissic.