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Carlos Hyde (SF)

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> View full profile It’s fair to question Hyde’s upside in an offense that’ll rely so much on Chip Kelly’s creativity. History suggests that Hyde will provide just spotty production as a receiver. And there simply aren’t a lot of playmakers to give this unit predictable scoring chances. Hyde will clearly need some help to reach his RB1 upside. But with an ADP sitting in Round 4, he’s not as pricy as most RBs with his talent and opportunity would be. Plus, at 24, there’s no doubt Hyde’s best football is ahead of him.
Injury Probability For 2015
Medium
Risk
67%
Injury Probability Per Game
Low
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7%
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Injury Probability For 2015
40%
Low
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Injury Probability Per Game
3%
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> View full profile Green's 8th-place finish last season was even more impressive when you consider that he ranked 15th in targets. Still 1 of the most talented WRs in the game and in his prime at 28 (in July), Green is a safe bet for WR1 production in 2016. And he has the potential to jump back into the top 5, where he finished in 2012 and 2013.