Elmagister wrote:Hill will likely be more relevant the next couple weeks.
nosman21 wrote:Probably the rook, Ollison.
Rotoworld's IAN HARTITZ wrote:Atlanta Falcons Backfield Breakdown
RB1: Devonta Freeman (63% snap rate, 16.8 opportunities per game)
RB2: Brian Hill (11%, 6.4)
RB3: Kenjon Barner (4%, 0.6)
RB4: Qadree Ollison (0%, 0)
Notes: Freeman (foot) is reportedly at risk of missing a week or two. Coach Dan Quinn said he's "confident" that Hill can handle a lead role if Freeman is ultimately sidelined.
Hill has earned the right to work as the offense's featured back if Freeman is ruled out for Week 11. He averaged an absurd 7.9 yards per carry in 10 games with the Falcons in 2018, and he's demonstrated the ability to function as a fairly efficient option on both the ground (28-101-1 rushing in 2019) as well as through the air (3-24-1 receiving) this season. Hill out-played Ito Smith (concussion, IR) to a fairly-alarming degree in the preseason.
Hill generally runs like the entire defense said something mean about one of his close friends or family members.
Hill deserves to be the week's most-popular addition on the waiver wire ahead of a smash spot against the Panthers' 32nd-ranked defense in DVOA against the run (Football Outsiders). Barner might steal some targets, while Ollison is a threat to get some early-down work, but all signs indicate Hill should be playing more than half of the offense's snaps as long as Freeman remains sidelined.
That's not how this train wreck works sir!nosman21 wrote:Please no . Don’t curse it yet. Give us week 11
Jcb890 wrote:That's not how this train wreck works sir!nosman21 wrote:Please no . Don’t curse it yet. Give us week 11