Leonard Fournette Fantasy Outlook

#12 RB Leonard Fournette 2019 Fantasy Outlook

Leonard Fournette (Jaguars)

6'0, 228 lbs

Fournette had a really bad year. He got hurt again, got suspended, and fell out of favor with the front office. However, the Leonard Fournette 2019 Fantasy Outlook is strong because he is a big-time talent and the Jaguars seems committed to him and the running game.

There are numerous red flags here, including his career 3.7 yards-per-carry. In his defense, last season he had zero help from the quarterback and the offensive line was decimated by injuries. He flashed as a rookie when he went over 1000 rushing yards in only 13 games, but he's 0 for 2 on having a huge season that would match his draft position.

The Jags invested into a quarterback position by adding Nick Foles, and Fournette is still a game-changing back. He's a pretty big risk when considering injury and possible suspension, but when he plays the balls out. If you get him for all 16 and this offense takes a step forward with Foles in at QB, the numbers could be huge.

Leonard Fournette 2019 Fantasy Outlook

Ceiling- 1,450 rushing, 300 receiving, 14 TD's

Floor- 800 rushing, 150 receiving, 5 TD's

His season was so "down" there aren't even any highlight reels names as such. His huge week 11 vs the Steelers will have to do.

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