He became quite the waiver darling last year as he found the endzone four times in his first six games and averaged almost eight targets per game over that span. But a torn ACL cut his season short and surgery in November has left many to question whether he can regain his form as the primary pass-catching back for the Patriots. Recent reports say that he should be good to go well in time for Week 1 of the regular season but there's obviously a number of returning running backs with whom he will need to compete and prove himself over. If he can do that, you can expect him to be tested early and often under the cloud of Tom Brady's impending suspension, so if he passes that test, he should be considered a valuable PPR commodity.
|1||New England Patriots||14||2||0|
|4||New York Jets||5||11||0|
|Joe Thuney||North Carolina State||OG||3||78|
|Jacoby Brissett||North Carolina State||QB||3||91|
|Devin Lucien||Arizona State||WR||7||225|