D’Onta Foreman : Fantasy Outlook for Panthers Backfield

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The potential for D'Onta Foreman or Chuba Hubbard to become a potential free-discount wire target had always bubbled up in the background of fantasy football managers.

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The debate over handcuffing McCaffrey has been an interesting discussion that took place prior to Preseason.

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Foreman came to a last-year contract after the potential to shine with the Tennessee Titans in 2021

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In week 6, maybe we've got some more clarity. Foreman fired the ball five times, while Hubbard had only two carries.

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Foreman only has 22 career goals, and even when he was starting a few games for Tennessee last year, he didn't see many.

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Foreman's lack of goals on three different teams shows that he is not impressed at the point when that element of the game comes into play.

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Hubbard averaged 5.7 yards per attempt (34 yards on six carries), compared to 3.1 yards per attempt for the foreman.

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If your fantasy team is desperate for a potential starting RB who could be the weekly option for you, Foreman is the top choice right now.

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RB will be considered for inclusion in your fantasy team. In Carolina, both Foreman and Hubbard are exactly the same.

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