What is Todd Gurley’s fantasy football status, DFS price for Week 13?
After getting 25 carries the week before, Todd Gurley rushed for 22 yards on six carries during a blowout loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Heading into Week 13, Gurley is priced at $6,500 against the Arizona Cardinals.
What is Todd Gurley’s fantasy football status, DFS price for Week 12?
Todd Gurley took advantage of a whopping 25 carries for 97 yards and scored a touchdown during a Sunday Night Football win over the Chicago Bears. Gurley is priced at $6,000 going into the Week 12 matchup against the Baltimore Ravens, which have been solid against the run this season.
What is Todd Gurley’s fantasy football status, DFS price for Week 11?
Todd Gurley carried the ball 12 times for 73 yards in a game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. He also had zero catches on four targets and fumbled once. This was the best game of the season yardage-wise for Gurley since Week 1, but it had fantasy owners hoping for more as he received zero carries in the fourth quarter.
Gurley appears to be the load management version of the NFL this season as the Los Angeles Rams continue to limit his touches. Owners had hoped after the bye week the carries would increase, but that doesn’t appear to be the case. He has a $6,000 price tag for Week 11, which might be a little low against a Chicago Bears’ defense that ranks in the middle of the pack defending the run.
What is Todd Gurley’s fantasy football status, DFS price for Week 10?
Todd Gurley and the Los Angeles Rams took Week 10 off with a bye. His daily fantasy price at DraftKings is listed at $6,100, which is 13th among running backs. Best-case scenario for Gurley owners and those looking for him in daily fantasy is he is utilized more now that the Rams are fresh off the bye week and ready to make a playoff run. Gurley has not been all that effective in 2019, but a boost in carries could do wonders.
What is Todd Gurley’s fantasy football status, DFS price for Week 9?
Todd Gurley carried the ball 10 times for 44 yards and scored a touchdown in a win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
The Rams have a bye in week 9, and they are making it incredibly clear they want to keep Gurley fresh for a run at the playoffs. It’s possible the workload could increase as Los Angeles makes its move for the postseason. Even with that possibility, he has not had a monster yardage game in 2019 so it seems unlikely we’ll see Gurley look like his old self and go on a tear the second half of the season.
What is Todd Gurley’s fantasy football status, DFS price for Week 8?
After sitting last weekend’s game with a quad injury, Todd Gurley returned to the field on Sunday with a 18-carry, 41 yard performance against the Atlanta Falcons. He also caught a 13-yard touchdown reception. Gurley is getting the carries you want out of a No. 1 back, but he has been unable to gain much yardage this season. He is averaging just 2.9 yards per carry in the last four games he’s played in.
Gurley is rated as the fifth most expensive running back going into week 8’s matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals in London with a $7,400 price tag. He should get a fair share of carries, especially if the Rams jump ahead early. You’re likely starting him regardless in traditional fantasy, and he could provide value in daily.
What is Todd Gurley’s fantasy football status, DFS price for Week 7?
Todd Gurley sat out of Sunday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers with a bruised thigh. The offense did not look good for the Rams, and Malcolm Brown and Darrell Henderson did not do much to take advantage of an injured Gurley.
Gurley is expected to be back in Week 7 against the Atlanta Falcons. He is priced as the 10th most expensive running back at $6,400. He regularly gets his 15 carries or so every week, but only once has he gone over four yards per carry in 2019. He is a bit expensive for what his production has been thus far.
What is Todd Gurley’s fantasy football status, DFS price for Week 6?
Todd Gurley had a solid fantasy day on Thursday night with a pair of touchdowns with 51 yards on 15 carries. It remains to be seen if the Rams’ offensive line can improve and if Gurley can return to his elite running back status from a few years ago, but the reality is this might just be what Todd Gurley is now.
Gurley’s price dropped down to $6,200 going into Week 6 going up against San Francisco, which has been very good stopping the run this season. He figures to get his 15 carries, and it’s a question of how much he can do with that workload.
What is Todd Gurley’s fantasy football status, DFS price for Week 5?
Todd Gurley carried the ball just five times for 16 yards but scored two rushing touchdowns and added seven catches for 54 yards on Sunday. His involvement in the passing game is certainly a good sign for fantasy owners moving forward especially if the Rams’ defense continues to struggle, giving up 55 points to the Buccaneers.
Gurley is rated as the ninth most expensive running back, priced at $6,800 heading into Week 5 as the Rams get ready to play in Seattle on Thursday Night Football. He should be slotted in as a low-end RB1 and a solid RB2 for traditional fantasy owners.
What is Todd Gurley’s fantasy football status, DFS price for Week 4?
Todd Gurley rushed for 43 yards on 14 attempts in a road win against Cleveland on Sunday night. The continued lack of workload is concerning for how high Gurley was ranked going into fantasy draft season, but you’ll likely have to roll with him week after week in traditional leagues.
Heading into Week 4, Gurley shows a price of $7,000, which is eighth among running backs. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been good against the run through three weeks, but it’s a small sample size. The Rams’ plan looks to be about 15 carries or so for Gurley. Value at the running back position will likely be found outside of Gurley.
What is Todd Gurley’s fantasy football status, DFS price for Week 3?
The Rams rolled over the Saints in Week 2, and while Todd Gurley did not have a great day, he offers fantasy participants a little confidence after some questions in Week 1. Gurley finished the day with 16 rushes for 63 yards and a touchdown, and three receptions for four yards — good for 15.7 DKFP.
There were questions about his workload after Week 1 saw Malcolm Brown getting some big spots in the red zone, but Gurley is the lead guy for the time being. The Rams travel to face the Browns on Sunday Night Football in Week 3, which means we get a Showdown contest. Gurley’s price is $14,400, just a notch below Browns running back Nick Chubb.
What is Todd Gurley’s fantasy football status, DFS price for Week 2?
Todd Gurley had another solid outing for fantasy owners in the opening week, rushing for 97 yards on 14 carries. The first half was a struggle with eight yards on five attempts before busting off big chunk plays in the second half to lead the Rams to a win down the stretch.
It’s only Week 1, but it would appear Sean McVay wants to limit Gurley’s workload as Malcolm Brown totaled 11 carries. Not only that, but Gurley was not utilized much in the red zone, which could be an issue moving forward. Having said that, he’s never leaving the lineup in traditional fantasy and could be a value play in Week 2 as the seventh-highest priced running back in DFS at $7,000 going up against the Saints.
Todd Gurley 2019 fantasy football preview
Todd Gurley has been as consistent as it gets from the running back position. The lead dog for several years with the Rams, Gurley has put together four solid seasons. Gurley has had a bit of an injury history in the past and it remains to be seen if Los Angeles will try to limit his workload after bringing in rookie Darrell Henderson.
Gurley rushed for 1,251 yards last season with 17 touchdowns and grabbed 59 balls for 580 yards for another four touchdowns. Given those numbers, Gurley will unquestionably be the go-to back for the Rams in 2019, but it’s possible we see limited carries to keep him fresh for a likely trip to the postseason.
What is Todd Gurley’s fantasy football status, DFS price for Week 1?
Todd Gurley is ranked as the fifth-best DFS running back heading into Week 1 at $7,900. He is somewhat on a tier by himself just below Alvin Kamara and ahead of David Johnson. Gurley is going up against a Carolina Panthers defense that was solid against the run in 2018, but fantasy owners and DFS need to pay attention to Gurley as one of the top backs this year once again.
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