|58||Eno Benjamin, ARI||12||22.5|
|59||Malcolm Brown, MIA||14||28.4||6.9||
Mike's Thoughts: Drafted Brown 15th round in RazzBowl in early August. Drafted Brown 16.07 (187) in a 1QB 12-team PPR on 8/16.
|60||Chuba Hubbard, CAR||13||22.3||11.12|
|61||J.D. McKissic, WAS||9||28.2||10.10||12.1|
|62||Larry Rountree, LAC||7||22.7||
Mike's Thoughts: Drafted Rountree 17.12 (204) in 12-team Superflex best ball (FFPC format) in early August. Drafted Rountree 18th round in RazzBowl in early August.
Carolina Panthers running back Chuba Hubbard is a flex option in Week 6 with Christian McCaffrey (hamstring) once again out for the contest. Hubbard posted his best numbers of the season last week, getting 24 carries for 101 yards and five receptions for 33 yards on six targets. The rookie should once again see volume this week and the Vikings are about average against fantasy backs, so Hubbard is a great flex option to play.Oct 15 · Source via Panthers Chuba Hubbard
Carolina Panthers running back Chuba Hubbard carried the ball 24 times for 101 rushing yards, adding five catches for 33 receiving yards in Sunday's loss to Philadelphia. Hubbard had the best game of his short pro career, as he impressively eclipsed the century mark on the ground. The rookie also showed his talent as a pass-catcher, finishing second on the team in targets. Hubbard handled at least 15 touches in each game in relief of Christian McCaffrey (hamstring) and proved he could excel in a role as the lead back. He's a must-have for those who roster McCaffrey, who seems to be trending towards a Week 6 return.Oct 10 · Source via Panthers Chuba Hubbard
Carolina Panthers running back Chuba Hubbard could have a rebound game in Week 5 against the Eagles. With Christian McCaffrey (hamstring) listed as doubtful, Hubbard could have the keys to the backfield once again in a matchup against the league's 31st-ranked run defense. The rookie played 47 percent of the snaps and handled 15 touches, producing 71 scoreless scrimmage yards in a Week 4 loss to Dallas. Hubbard could put up RB2 numbers in Week 5 with a much softer matchup on tap. Fire him up as a low-end starter.Oct 8 · Source via Panthers Chuba Hubbard
Carolina Panthers running back Chuba Hubbard is an RB2 in Week 4 in his first NFL start. Hubbard will take over the backfield after starter Christian McCaffrey went down in Week 3 with a hamstring injury. The rookie will see some great opportunities to prove himself as an NFL starter as McCaffrey is expected to be out for a bit. The back notably rushed for 2,094 yards and 21 touchdowns in 2019 with Oklahoma State, so the talent is there. The Cowboys are a slightly stiff matchup for fantasy RBs, but Hubbard's expected volume keeps him in the starting tier.Sep 29 · Source via Panthers Chuba Hubbard
Carolina Panthers running back Chuba Hubbard carried the ball 11 times for 52 rushing yards while hauling in three of five targets for 27 receiving yards in a Week 3 win over Houston. Hubbard had taken a backseat to Christian McCaffrey (hamstring) the past two weeks but was thrust into the lead-back role when the star halfback left with an injury. The rookie was on the field for 56 percent of the snaps, handling 14 touches to Royce Freeman's six. Hubbard is a strong add wherever available following this performance, as it looks like the Panthers trust him in the lead-back role.Sep 23 · Source via Panthers Chuba Hubbard
Carolina Panthers running back Chuba Hubbard will likely be the team's backup behind Christian McCaffrey. Hubbard is one of three backs currently on the 53-man roster, including McCaffrey and Trenton Cannon, as the team parted ways with Reggie Bonnafon and Rodney Smith. The rookie is listed as the second-stringer on the depth chart, a role that will give him almost no fantasy value so long as McCaffrey is healthy- though Hubbard has appeal as both a redraft league insurance policy, as well as a keeper league option. A fourth-round pick, Hubbard's 2020 season was cut short by an ankle injury, but he exploded for 2,094 rushing yards and 21 touchdowns for the Oklahoma State Cowboys back in 2019.Sep 1 · Source via Panthers Chuba Hubbard
Carolina Panthers running back Chuba Hubbard carried the ball 10 times for 35 rushing yards and caught three of four targets for 15 receiving yards in Friday's preseason win over Pittsburgh. Hubbard got the start once again and was involved from the start, as he caught a four-yard pass and broke off an 11-yard run on the first two offensive plays for Carolina. A bad drop was the only blemish on Hubbard's ledger Friday night. The rookie back has gotten extended run this preseason with Christian McCaffrey rested and fellow backups Reggie Bonnafon (undisclosed) and Rodney Smith (undisclosed) unable to play. Hubbard is the insurance policy to target behind McCaffrey right now, as his preseason usage suggests the team trusts him to occupy a fairly large role if something happens to the former.Aug 28 · Source via Panthers Chuba Hubbard
Carolina Panthers running back Chuba Hubbard should get plenty of opportunities to lock down the backup running back job in the final preseason game of the year Friday against the Steelers. Listed as the second-string halfback on the depth chart, Hubbard has been the team's starter during the first two preseason games, as the squad attempts to rest All-Pro Christian McCaffrey as much as possible. With fellow backups Reggie Bonnafon and Rodney Smith unable to practice, Hubbard has been the starter for each of the first two preseason games, tallying 19 total touches for 135 scrimmage yards. Another strong outing Friday against a Steelers defense expected to rest most of its starters would essentially cement the rookie's status as the backup to Christian McCaffrey heading into Week 1. If so, Hubbard would be the back to target as insurance for McCaffrey drafters.Aug 27 · Source via Panthers Chuba Hubbard Christian McCaffrey