make an impression, per CSN Bay Area . We expect Hyde to open the season as the primary ball carrier with veteran Tim Hightower handling passing downs. 3. Speaking of fantasy football , drafters should look to the past to decipher the running
adaptation to Shanahan's scheme more noteworthy. Expect Hyde to open the regular season as the lead-back with veteran Tim Hightower spelling him until Williams gets his feet under him.
around, but the options other than Snead to inherit the 143 targets opened up by the departures of Brandin Cooks and Tim Hightower aren't the most inspiring. Ted Ginn will eat into some deep game work, sure, and Coby Fleener could get some more
It's taken me awhile but I'm slowly succumbing to the steady "Carlos Hyde won't be a workhorse in Kyle Shanahan's offense" drumbeat. The latest reports from the Bay Area suggest that Hyde will eventually end up as the starter but that it won't be easy and he'll still likely split opportunities with
away. And he also in that you lost guys like games are nice to retired it was a veteran leader in the locker room in Tim Hightower who has one of the veteran running backs. But if you're looking towards next season I think is the Adrian Peterson
alphabetically by team name, not city because James Koh marches to the beat of his own drum. San Francisco 49ers Handcuff: Tim Hightower Dark horse/PPR Option: Joe Williams From a talent standpoint, Carlos Hyde is the guy, but there have been rumblings
there. Today that he doesn't even necessarily earned his starting job that he's gonna have to battle. For it with Tim Hightower in the rickety drafted. It's like just a team where it's like Kyle Sammy and show us how Smart you are because
there. Today that he doesn't even necessarily earned his starting job that he's gonna have to battle. For it with Tim Hightower in the rickety drafted. It's like just a team where it's like Kyle hand show us how Smart you are because I think
presence in The Big Easy. But as someone who has already competed against the likes of Pierre Thomas, Chris Ivory and Tim Hightower for carries throughout his career, Ingram appears nonchalant about the newest challenge thrown in his direction
less as a rookie. Not a bad duo, right? T-13. Tim Hightower , New Orleans Saints (12 carries): The Saints ranked ..... green-zone rushes (29) a season ago, but it was Hightower and not Mark Ingram who led the team in carries. Could
The speedy back out of Tennessee joins a backfield that was owned by Mark Ingram (especially after the departure of Tim Hightower ), but is suddenly crowded in the best way possible with the addition of Kamara and Adrian Peterson . Kamara looks
11.4 fantasy points RANK 71 Tim Hightower , RB, 49ers Few players have ..... careers back from the brink like Tim Hightower . He was out of the league from ..... the same role in San Francisco. Hightower 's stock took a hit when the
clouding the fantasy outlook of their backfield. With Tim Hightower out of the picture, Mark Ingram 's stock was rising ..... at worst, be an early-down, goal-line hammer ( Hightower led the team with 10 carries inside the 5-yard line
8 percent): The Saints let Tim Hightower and his 133 carries from last season ..... attempts per game). The team added Hightower , rookie Joe Williams and Kapri ..... become a popular sleeper selection. Hightower is the handcuff, for now, however
on 29 attempts in 2016. The 49ers add Bibbs to a backfield headlined by Carlos Hyde and newly signed veteran backup Tim Hightower . The team also traded up in the fourth round to draft Utah runner Joe Williams. Bibbs was expendable for John Elway
carries for the since-departed Tim Hightower . Head coach Sean Payton offered ..... getting a substantial upgrade over Hightower , who was already more than serviceable ..... flip through the stat book shows Hightower toted the rock 133 times. That
offense. Chris Ivory used to be the team's between-the-tackles hammer, a role that was played last season by Tim Hightower , who wound up with 155 touches. Peterson will step into that job at the very least, although he should carry the
Adrian Peterson and the New Orleans Saints have finalized a two-year deal worth $7 million, Ian Rapoport reports. Is the former Vikings running back a good fit for the Saints?
church actually hurt for a little while and then Ian and going. Well so now he's making a comeback this would be like Tim Hightower . To the tenth degree if he made a comeback after seven years that running back about thirty years old now. I mean
of all these Saints have been looking for another running back to go along with Mark Ingram. Ever since they lost Tim Hightower who they really liked in my blood to sprinkle inches and gains especially. On the goal line Peterson could fill that
knee in his age. It's something that actually would make a lot of sense for the Saints considering they just lost Tim Hightower to the forty not as they really do not having to. To the 12 punch up for Mark Ingram right now this is exactly. The
running back, agreeing to terms with Tim Hightower , general manager John Lynch announced Saturday . Hightower becomes the second running back to join ..... turnaround with an injection of fresh faces. Hightower will battle Harris for the leftover carries
DeSean Jackson then again paid big Donta hightower knowing that I don't know the name ..... as Campbell and hurt includes Donta hightower didn't mention those guys on this ..... trying to. Peterson doesn't know Tim Hightower did it and I guess I'm OK he didn
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Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner finds running back Tim Hightower for a 8-yard TD.