2019-2020 Running Back (RB) Red Zone Touches

Red zone touches for running backs correlate strongly with scoring touchdowns, as you can see when sorting by averages. Le’Veon Bell and Todd Gurley both were among the tops in red zone touches, which translated to scoring double-digit touchdowns. Red zone touches create scoring opportunities, and in the grand scheme of things volume and opportunity is what you want to look for, and then comes looking for efficiency. One of the more frustrating parts of fantasy football is the red zone backs that takeaway from the backs who march it all the way down the field. Keep an eye out for those backs like LeGarrette Blount who make their living inside the ten. The grid style here will showcase some potential changes within teams if injuries occur, or backs start to struggle. This is an important area to find scoring production for running backs, so the more opportunity the more chance to score.

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Red zone touches for running backs correlate strongly with scoring touchdowns, as you can see when sorting by averages. Le’Veon Bell and Todd Gurley both were among the tops in red zone touches, which translated to scoring double-digit touchdowns. Red zone touches create scoring opportunities, and in the grand scheme of things volume and opportunity is what you want to look for, and then comes looking for efficiency. One of the more frustrating parts of fantasy football is the red zone backs that takeaway from the backs who march it all the way down the field. Keep an eye out for those backs like LeGarrette Blount who make their living inside the ten. The grid style here will showcase some potential changes within teams if injuries occur, or backs start to struggle. This is an important area to find scoring production for running backs, so the more opportunity the more chance to score.

NAME RTG TEAM DEPTH Wk 1 Wk 2 Wk 3 Wk 4 Wk 5 Wk 6 Wk 7 Wk 8 Wk 9 Wk 10 Wk 11 Wk 12 Wk 13 Wk 14 Wk 15 Wk 16 Wk 17 Total Avg TD
Myles Gaskin
67
MIA 3 5 8 17 5.7 0
Kareem Hunt
90
CLE 2 10 7 21 7 7
Derrick Henry
90
TEN 1 6 10 6 33 11 4
Jeffery Wilson
67
SF 5 6 16 8 4
Mike Davis
73
CAR 2 2 6 16 5.3 2
Darrell Henderson
69
LAR 2 1 5 5 15 5 4
Devin Singletary
82
BUF 1 5 5 16 5.3 0
Rex Burkhead
78
NE 3 4 5 16 5.3 7
Aaron Jones
92
GB 1 3 10 4 24 8 9
Adrian Peterson
75
DET 2 3 4 14 4.7 0
James Conner
79
PIT 1 16 4 16 5.3 4
Jerick McKinnon
77
SF 6 3 2 4 17 5.7 7
Jonathan Taylor
71
IND 2 10 4 24 8 4
Nick Chubb
92
CLE 1 12 4 17 5.7 9
Ronald Jones II
81
TB 2 2 2 4 12 4 2
Todd Gurley
85
ATL 1 4 14 4 21 7 4
Alvin Kamara
90
NO 1 3 19 3 28 9.3 12
David Montgomery
76
CHI 1 3 6 2 0
Ezekiel Elliott
94
DAL 1 3 15 3 27 9 9
Frank Gore
81
NYJ 2 8 3 14 4.7 0
Jordan Howard
78
MIA 2 2 5 3 12 4 7
Josh Jacobs
91
LV 1 5 14 3 21 7 7
JJ Taylor
67
NE 3 7 2.3 0
Joe Mixon
86
CIN 1 11 3 10 3.3 0
Kenyan Drake
83
ARI 2 11 3 12 4 2
Miles Sanders
77
PHI 1 11 3 10 5 2
Nyheim Hines
76
IND 2 4 3 21 7 4
Austin Ekeler
87
LAC 2 2 4 2 16 5.3 2
Alexander Mattison
76
MIN 2 1 2 9 3 0
Antonio Gibson
71
WAS 5 2 12 4 4
Chris Carson
88
SEA 1 1 10 2 19 6.3 7
Chase Edmonds
73
ARI 3 2 2 8 2.7 2
Clyde Edwards-Helaire
71
KC 8 2 2 20 6.7 0
Devontae Booker
73
LV 4 2 2 11 3.7 0
Giovani Bernard
77
CIN 2 4 2 11 3.7 0
James Robinson
67
JAX 1 4 2 14 4.7 7
Joshua Kelley
67
LAC 3 11 2 15 5 2
Jalen Richard
74
LV 2 2 2 6 2 2
Jamaal Williams
77
GB 2 1 2 11 3.7 0
Kerryon Johnson
84
DET 1 8 2 12 4 2
Leonard Fournette
85
TB 1 13 2 16 5.3 2
Latavius Murray
82
NO 2 4 2 10 3.3 0
Benny Snell Jr.
74
PIT 3 1 4 1.3 0
CJ Prosise
68
HOU 3 1 2 1 0
Chris Thompson
78
JAX 3 2 1 4 1.3 2
David Johnson
76
HOU 1 1 4 1.3 4
Jeremy McNichols
69
TEN 4 2 1 4 1.3 0
Malcolm Brown
76
LAR 3 3 5 1 10 3.3 4
Reggie Bonnafon
67
CAR 4 1 2 2 0
Royce Freeman
78
DEN 2 1 6 2 0

Red zone touches for running backs correlate strongly with scoring touchdowns, as you can see when sorting by averages. Le’Veon Bell and Todd Gurley both were among the tops in red zone touches, which translated to scoring double-digit touchdowns. Red zone touches create scoring opportunities, and in the grand scheme of things volume and opportunity is what you want to look for, and then comes looking for efficiency. One of the more frustrating parts of fantasy football is the red zone backs that takeaway from the backs who march it all the way down the field. Keep an eye out for those backs like LeGarrette Blount who make their living inside the ten. The grid style here will showcase some potential changes within teams if injuries occur, or backs start to struggle. This is an important area to find scoring production for running backs, so the more opportunity the more chance to score.