Chris Carson – Start
Going into his third season in the NFL Chris Carson should be a fantasy magnet. His first season at age 23 he was only apart of 4 games in the season and 208 yards. Last season he started 14 games in the season while rushing for 1151 yards and 9 touchdowns.
Carson has only ascended in the past two years as the Seahawks running back and will ultimately trend upward. Picking him up in fantasy will be an excellent idea for any fantasy owner looking for a running back to produce on the field. With the team in Seattle being significantly better, Carson should benefit from this potential success.
Odell Beckham Jr. – More success
OBJ has been one of the most prolific receivers in the NFL since he entered the league. Whether they were one-handed catches or taking slant routes to the house, OBJ was successful. He will now go from an aging QB in Eli Manning to a young and hungry QB in Baker Mayfield. Mayfield had one of the best rookie seasons from a QB and will now add OBJ to his talent selection. There will be a lot of football needed to go around, but there is no doubt that OBJ will get his fair share.
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