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#29 DeMarco Murray, RB
Tennessee Titans
Height 6' 1"
Weight 220 lbs
Age 28
Birthdate February 12th 1988
College Oklahoma
Year 2011
Round 3   Pick 7
Season Statistics
-- Rushing ---- Receiving --
YEARGPATTYARDSTDRCPTYARDSTD
2011131638953261860
2012101616634342470
20131421711249533501
201416393184513574160
2015151946997443221
2016225131012912
2016 Fantasy Points by Week
Last Game
-- Rushing ---- Receiving --
WeekATTYARDSTDRCPTYARDSTDPTS
113420535219
212890756013
Strength of Schedule
Strength of Schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the RB position. The easiest rating is 1 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the most difficult rating is 10 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
Fantasy Analysis
Week 3 Projections
Even though Murray hasn't found the end zone, the three-down back has averaged 18.5 touches per game and currently leads all NFL running backs with 12 catches despite losing close to 10 touches per contest to backup Derrick Henry. Consider Murray a strong start versus a struggling Oakland Raiders defense that has yielded the 11th-most fantasy points to opposing running backs.
Rushing: 69 Yards, 0 TD.
Receiving: 3 Receptions, 25 Yards, 0 TD.

Season Projections
A roller coaster has less ups and downs than those trying to project DeMarco Murray's production in 2016. Disgruntled in Philadelphia, Murray did the best thing possible for himself and fantasy owners by finding a way out of a crowded backfield and into one in Tennessee where he would be the unquestioned bell cow for a run-first offense with an up-and-coming star at quarterback (Mariota). Murray in Titans blue seemed like a marriage made in the best interests of all parties, and many rushed to vault him back to his RB1 status from his days as a Cowboy. And then, the NFL Draft happened. Suddenly, and shockingly, the Titans aggressively picked Heisman-winning Alabama RB Derrick Henry in the 2nd round, thrusting Murray once again into the murky waters of a potential timeshare. How will Murray be used? Will he garner 200 touches or be part of a true running back split? Who is on tap for work at the goal line? Answers to these questions will be fleeting until the season begins, and by that point, it may be far too late for fantasy owners. Our advice? Be cautious and tread lightly. Murray clearly cannot command the price of an RB1, but still can put up RB2 numbers if things break right. And surely, DeMarco won't get disgruntled sharing touches, right? Right??

Rushing: 429 Yards, 2 TD.
Receiving: 31 Receptions, 232 Yards, 3 TD.

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Injury Report
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