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David Johnson

David Johnson

RB | #31 | Arizona Cardinals | Height: | Weight:

David Johnson ADP

Format Teams Rank ADP
Standard 8 5 1.06
Standard 10 7 1.07
Standard 12 7 1.07
Standard 14 7 1.07
PPR 8 6 1.06
PPR 10 7 1.07
PPR 12 7 1.07
PPR 14 7 1.08

David Johnson Stats

David Johnson Projected Stats

Ru Yds Ru TD Rec Rec Yds Rec TD Fan Pts
982 8 54 488 3 209

David Johnson Draft Ranking

1st

1st

Standard

PPR

2017 draft ranking among all RB's

David Johnson Auction Value

$44

Max Price: $50

Min Price: $38

*Auction value based upon 10 team league with a $200 budget
and using Standard Scoring

David Johnson Fantasy Analysis

  • Johnson still working on route running
    Cardinals RB David Johnson led his position in catches (80) and receiving yards (879) in 2016. But he believes he can be even better in the passing game going forward. "The biggest thing is my route running," Johnson said. "I remember all the routes I messed up on and I probably would have had 1,000 yards this year. That's where I want to get, 1,000 yards receiving and rushing. So I feel like the biggest thing I want to work on is those routes." Only 2 RBs in NFL history -- Roger Craig and Marshall Faulk -- have reached 1,000 yards rushing and receiving in the same season. Johnson is capable of becoming the 3rd, though, based on his skill set, role in the offense and the pass-heavier era in which he's playing. He's the early favorite to be the 1st player off the board in 2017 fantasy drafts. Full Story
    Feb 2, 2017

David Johnson News

  • Trope alert! Eddie Lacy posts rehab footage in pool
    Packers running back Eddie Lacy posted footage of him in the pool as part of his rehab. Lacy suffered a season-ending ankle injury in October. Full Story
    Feb 22, 2017
  • Cardinals' Johnson, Cowboys' Smith post rehab videos
    Injured Cardinals running back David Johnson and injured Cowboys linebacker Jaylon Smith both posted impressive rehab videos this week, showing they're not far from returning to the field. Full Story
    Feb 9, 2017