Jordan Howard Fantasy Outlook 2020

Jordan Howard Fantasy Outlook 2020

This is the best and realest Jordan Howard fantasy outlook 2020 on the internet. You can take that to the bank. Below you will get an in depth look at how Big Jordan Howard will perform this year. We will look at every possible angle so that you have all the information you need in determining if you should draft Big Jordan Howard in 2020.

Jordan Howard Fantasy Outlook 2020

Team: Miami Dolphins

Height: 6’0

Weight: 224

Age: 25

Year in NFL: Entering his 5th year

Jordan Howard Fantasy ADP & Half PPR Projections for 2020
ADP (Average Draft Position): 90
2020 Projection: 188 carries. 787 yards. 7 rush TDs. 9 receptions. 53 yards. 0 receiving TDs.
2020 Score Projection: 120.5

Jordan Howard Fantasy Outlook

Big Jordan Howard was a pro bowler in 2016 and second in the league in rushing. Since then he has not played with the same intensity. The Bears traded him last season and before he got hurt, he was Philadelphia’s leading rusher and showed some more juice.

Look for him to try and bounce back with his 3rd team in 3 years.

Chan Gailey has been hired as the OC in Miami. Gailey has been out of the league since 2016. The last time we saw Gailey was as an OC for the Jets in 2015 and 2016.

In 2015, Ryan Fitpatrick threw the ball 600 times for 3,905 yards and 31 touchdowns. With Miami spending their first round pick on Tua Tagovailoa, I expect them to be pass first this season.

Pros & Cons

Pros
  • Goal line touches
Cons
  • No value in pass game
  • Pass happy offense?
  • Bad O-Line

In addition, Howard will share the backfield with Matt Breida, whom the fish traded a 5th round pick for this offseason.

Big Jordan Howard probably wont see much action on passing downs but on running downs expect Howard to be in. Also, Breida is constantly injured so that could add to Howard’s workload. 

Howard will get a lot of work around the goaline and every year there is a guy with several 1 yard touchdown plunges.

Big Jordan Howard is my candidate to surprise people every other week with a score from 1 yard out.

Miami Dolphins Offensive Line 2020

Projected Starting Line: LT: Julie’n Davenport, LG: Ereck Flowers, C: Ted Karras, RG: Michael Deiter, RT: Jesse Davis

Davenport was traded to Miami last season. Unfortunately he missed half the season with a leg injury.

Ereck Flowers is a former first round pick trying to shed a bust label. He started his career playing tackle but now he is playing guard where he has been playing better.

Ted Karras joins the team from New England. He will be a serviceable center.

Michael Deiter was a rookie last season that started all but 1 game. He will become  a solid starter.

Jesse Davis is the longest tenured player on this unit. He has been with the fish since 2016. Davis is the best player on this struggling unit but nothing to rave about.

This line needs to improve this season. It ranks near the bottom in the entire league. 

Jordan Howard Strength of Schedule

Just brutal! Jordan Howard and the fish have 8 games against defenses that finished top 10 in 2019. The 3 other teams in the AFC East make up 6 of those games. 

The fish only have 1 primetime game in Week 3 at Jacksonville on Thursday Night Football.

A Week 11 bye is late rest for players. 

Jordan Howard Fantasy Playoff Schedule

Week 14 the fish host the defending super bowl champion Chiefs. Week 15 the fish host the 2018 super bowl champion Patriots. Week 16 at Las Vegas. Week 17 at Buffalo. 

Jordan Howard Injury History

Missed 6 games in 2019 due to a shoulder injury.

Jordan Howard Skillset

Home Run Ability: F. Big Jordan Howard does not break too many big gains. Expect him to be good for a 1 yard plunge TD here and there.

Playmaking Ability: D. He can run over people for sure. That is it.

Is Jordan Howard a Good Fantasy Pick?

No. Strictly a touchdown dependent back.

 

Dominique

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