Fantasy Football THREE HEADED BUST VOL 1.
BEAST DOME NATION.
Some teams make the three headed monster work, others do not. A three headed monster is when you try to combine three players into one position. In this case we will analyze the Chicago Bears who spent a Top Draft Pick on Rookie David Montgomery, while also signing the hard running Mike Davis from Seattle. They let go of Jordan Howard, but Tarik Cohen all of a sudden has company.
DAVID MONTGOMERY ADP #51
There is no doubt David MontyG has the skills to be a nice RB in this league. Shifty, Fast, some power. There are Alvin Kamara comparisons floating around, though Kamara is on a whole other level in my opinon. MontyG is good, but he will not be able to sit down the hometown favorite in Tarik Cohen, nor the new powerful RB in Mike Davis who has shown he can put up big games when the opportunity comes.
For anyone to reccomend David MontyG as a RB you want to draft, yet alone take him anywhere near his ADP. I am not even considering him for the strategy, do not take him.
TARIK COHEN ADP #61
Blessed by a Cohen has wheels, he is however not a guy who can take a lot of carries. We know this, but with David MontyG in town, Cohen is in a vulnerable position to be used far less often than last season. The Bears want to keep Cohen safe more than anything, even though he has no injury history, I am sure each hit kills him with pain.
For anyone to reccomend Tarik Cohen as a RB you want to draft, yet alone take him anywhere near his ADP. I am not even considering him for the strategy, do not take him.
MIKE DAVIS ADP #170
Davis became the unexpected Seahawks RB to do some damage last season. Everyone assumed it was Chris Carson and Rashaad Penny who were going to take the bulk, but Davis ended up with seeing around five carries a game and even ended up with a 21 carry 100+ Yard 2 TD performance in Week 4 last season. Davis has skill, has power, and he can also catch the ball. Davis is better than Cohen as a RB, to be honest might even be better than David MontyG.