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Joseph Randle: Pos: RB, Career: 35 G, 9 TD, Cowboys 2013-2015, born KS 1991. We start our fantasy football sleeper series with a look at the Cowboys running back who could be lined up for a breakout season--Joseph. Should you start Joseph Randle in Week 17? Check his latest fantasy news, stats and injury updates. Free rankings, fantasy value and outlook.

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Fantasy Football Sleeper Watch: Joseph Randle

It’s that time of year again as NFL training camps get underway and players start battling for roster spots as teams prepare for the upcoming season.  It’s also time for fantasy football players to start their annual scouring of training camp reports to try and find the right fantasy football sleeper who can carry their team to glory this season.

Throughout the next few weeks leading up to your fantasy football draft, Fansided will be providing a number of potential sleepers for you to consider.  While picking the right stars is also vital to your team’s success, sometimes it’s your later-round picks that can make or break your fantasy year.  These “sleepers” shouldn’t be drafted too high, but their potential does make them worth a look after the big names are off the board.

Today, we’ll start our look at these potential sleepers with an rather obvious selection, but one of the players who has the most upside of any running back outside the top 20 RB’s.  According to myfantasyleague.com‘s average draft position, Cowboys running back Joseph Randle is going around the 65th pick in drafts which is an extreme value for a player with the potential for a breakout season.

Last year, the Cowboys showed the NFL just how good of a running team they could be with a dominant offensive line and a huge season for DeMarco Murray.  Murray finished the year with 1,845 yards rushing and 416 yards receiving while scoring 13 touchdowns.  Murray rushed for 100+ yards in 13 of the team’s 18 games (counting postseason) and found the end zone in all but five of those contests.  This offseason, Murray left the Cowboys and signed with their NFC East division-rival Eagles leaving a gaping hole in the Dallas backfield.

To try and fill the void, the Cowboys did bring in Darren McFadden, but I think they’ll rely heavily on the two backs who served as backups to Murray last season–Joseph Randle and Lance Dunbar.  The most likely scenario is the fantasy-draining running-back-by-committee, but Jerry Jones has discussed Joseph Randle as the lead back, and I think he’ll get the first crack at the majority of the work. McFadden is already dealing with injuries this preseason and Dunbar is better used as a change-of-pace option.

Nov 9, 2014; London, UNITED KINGDOM; Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle (21) scores on a 40-yard touchdown run against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the NFL International Series game at Wembley Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Randle looked good in his few opportunities last season.  He finished with 343 yards rushing on 51 carries in the regular season and caught four passes for 23 yards.  He found the end zone three times including in his “breakout” game of the season when he ran for 56 yards on seven carries against the Jaguars in London.

Randle also made headlines when he was caught shoplifting cologne and underwear in a Frisco, Texas, mall in October, but other than that incident he has been able to avoid trouble for the most part.  The Cowboys will need him to step up and avoid any further indiscretions since they need him on the field this season.

In his small sample size, Randle averaged 6.7 yards per carry which shows the kind of dynamic talent the third-year back from Oklahoma State can bring to the table.  He hasn’t ever been the feature back in the NFL, although he was a workhorse for his college team when helping OK State to some of its best results in recent history.  He doesn’t have a lot of experience in the passing game either which could limit his role on third down or if Dallas ends up playing from behind and throwing the ball a lot.

So where does Randle fit and when is the right time to draft him? Randle has huge upside if he can claim the job and could generate a ton of buzz with a big preseason.  If he gets too much hype, he could be over-drafted and end up a disappointment.  However, the effectiveness of the Dallas offense and the potential that he could be a feature back makes him definitely worth a look.

Dec 21, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle (21) runs with the ball against Indianapolis Colts linebacker Erik Walden (93) at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

As of now, I would happily grab him as my third running-back in 10 or 12 team leagues since he has tons of upside. If you can get him in the sixth round (as his current ADP indicates), he offers great value especially if you can get a “safe” running back option as your fourth RB later in the draft.

Randle appears to be lined up for a breakout season, so watch him in training camp and be ready to add him to your fantasy team as a possible fantasy football sleeper for this year. While expecting Randle to put up DeMarco Murray-like numbers is a stretch, it is definitely possible that he’ll be able to run for 1,200+ yards and find the end zone often enough to be a top 10-15 running back by the end of the season.

 

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When it became clear that DeMarco Murray wouldn't be back in the Dallas Cowboys locker room, fantasy owners waited with bated breath to see who his heir apparent would be.

And then they waited, waited and waited some more.

And now, on Sept. 3, Dallas has a backfield with Joseph Randle, Darren McFadden and Lance Dunbar atop the depth chart. It's a bold move for a front office to do next to nothing in the wake of losing one of the league's best running backs, but it's somewhat understandable given how good their offensive line is.

Fantasy Spin: Though the offensive line remains arguably the best in the NFL, fantasy owners shouldn't be so bullish on Randle's prospects. He is currently being drafted in the fourth round, over backs such as Chris Ivory, Andre Ellington, T.J. Yeldon, and Jonathan Stewart, all of whom will likely have stronger holds on their lead back duties than Randle's tenuous one.

Randle in the fourth round is an unnecessary risk, especially when reports of a committee backfield have surfaced, as well as him being limited to 10-15 touches per game. That's nothing to scoff at, but it hardly justifies his current draft position. Dallas' backfield remains a murky one, and fantasy owners would be better suited to address it in the middle rounds of the draft instead of the early ones.

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(Editor's note: From now until the start of the season, VICE Sports will look at some of fantasy football's most polarizing players.)

Joseph Randle—an unproven third-year running back with 105 career carries, who only topped five carries in a game twice last season—has climbed the RB ranks by not practicing or playing with the Dallas Cowboys as a result of a minor oblique injury he suffered in August. It's a bit confusing.

Why is the fantasy world aflutter over Randle, to the point where I've seen him go in the third round of mock drafts in recent days? Mostly because of Dallas' offensive line, which was so dominant in helping DeMarco Murray—who signed with the Philadelphia Eagles in the offseason—win fantasy football's unofficial MVP award in '14. "Whoever runs behind that line," goes the logic, "is destined for stardom."

Read More: NFL Dos and Don'ts: Dallas Cowboys

Darren McFadden, Lance Dunbar and even UDFA rookie Gus Johnson have been either injured or ineffective in Randle's absence. So by not plying his wares and potentially revealing his flaws, Randle has apparently enhanced his fantasy outlook.

But that's dangerous! My motto: Draft talent, not roles. In other words, don't be so callow as to believe you can predict the NFL future. Once the season begins, depth charts evolve, injuries arrive and doghouses become occupied.

If you drafted role-over-talent last year, you'd have gone all-in on Bishop Sankey, who appeared to have a clear path to the Tennessee Titans' starting job. Unfortunately, Sankey proved an unwise investment, as he wasn't talented enough to beat out a plainly pathetic Titans depth chart.

Randle has done a lot of watching during training camp. Photo by Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

So where does that leave us on Joseph Randle? Is he a legitimately talented running back, or is he merely the best of a bad lot in a theoretically favorable role?

I re-watched tape from Randle's games last year, which didn't actually take that long, considering he only had 55 touches. He made some big plays as Murray's understudy, plays where he had lots of room to roam thanks to that great offensive line. Randle's straight-line speed is legit for a 210-pound guy. When he's got room, he can really scoot. There were also a few plays where he took some big hits on the perimeter and showed the strength to stay on his feet and keep going.

Randle's biggest weakness is that he lacks "football sense": Randle doesn't always evade tacklers that he doesn't outrun or who take a good angle on him. Again, we're dealing with a limited sample size, and I do see exceptions to this assessment: Randle converted a couple of short-yardage first downs against the Indianapolis Colts on Dec. 21 despite the defense selling out and getting to him in the backfield. Add in the fact that this O-line still looks terrific, and added rookie La'Ell Collins for depth, and there's reason to be excited about Randle's upside. If he's a full-time back, he's going to make some big, fantasy-week-winning plays.

But there's also risk. Randle has had some troubling off-the-field behavior. He was arrested for shoplifting last year, and was arrested on a drug charge in February when police responded to a domestic dispute at a hotel in his hometown of Wichita (he was not charged with domestic violence in the February incident). Is Randle emotionally and mentally ready to make the big jump to stardom?

The Cowboys seem to want McFadden, et al, to contribute in some kind of running back by committee, which would hurt Randle's value. And there's a pretty good chance that the Dallas O-line won't repeat the injury-free season they had in '14. I don't feel all this risk is taken into account when I see the unproven Randle going in the third round of 12-team fantasy leagues. People are only seeing potential.

So I'm guessing I won't own Randle in many leagues this year. All it takes is one owner in your league to examine Murray's drool-worthy '14 performance in Big D and take the plunge on Randle early. But despite my skepticism, I'd be blind not to see the upside. Heck, on the Harris Football Podcast, I spent time counting down the 10 players of '15 I think have the widest range of possible outcomes for the upcoming season. And Randle was No. 1 on that list.

Fortune favors the bold in fantasy football. But I'm not sure I'm quite bold enough to draft Joseph Randle at his current cost.

Christopher Harris has a daily podcast called the Harris Football Podcast, available on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn and wherever else you download. You can also find his podcasts, ranks and videos atwww.HarrisFootball.com.

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(Editor's note: From now until the start of the season, VICE Sports will look at some of fantasy football's most polarizing players.)

Joseph Randle—an unproven third-year running back with 105 career carries, who only topped five carries in a game twice last season—has climbed the RB ranks by not practicing or playing with the Dallas Cowboys as a result of a minor oblique injury he suffered in August. It's a bit confusing.

Why is the fantasy world aflutter over Randle, to the point where I've seen him go in the third round of mock drafts in recent days? Mostly because women of golf tv Dallas' offensive line, which was so dominant in helping DeMarco Murray—who signed with the Philadelphia Eagles in joseph randle fantasy football offseason—win fantasy football's unofficial MVP award in '14. "Whoever runs behind that line," goes the logic, "is destined for stardom."

Read More: NFL Dos and Don'ts: Dallas Cowboys

Darren McFadden, Lance Dunbar and even UDFA rookie Gus Johnson have been either injured or ineffective in Randle's absence. So by not plying his wares and potentially revealing his flaws, Randle has apparently enhanced his fantasy outlook.

But that's dangerous! My motto: Draft talent, not roles. In other words, don't be so callow as to believe you can predict the NFL future. Once the season begins, depth charts evolve, injuries arrive and doghouses become occupied.

If you drafted role-over-talent last year, you'd have gone all-in joseph randle fantasy football Bishop Sankey, who appeared to have a clear path to the Tennessee Titans' starting job. Unfortunately, Sankey proved an unwise investment, as he wasn't talented enough to beat out a plainly pathetic Titans depth chart.

Randle has done a lot of watching during training camp. Photo by Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

So where does that leave us on Joseph Randle? Is he a legitimately talented running back, or is he merely pilates classes derry best of a bad lot in a theoretically favorable role?

I re-watched tape from Randle's games last year, which didn't actually take that long, considering he only had 55 touches. He made some big plays as Murray's understudy, plays where he had lots of room to roam thanks to that great offensive line. Randle's straight-line speed is legit for a 210-pound guy. When he's got room, he can really scoot. There were also a few plays where he took some big hits on the perimeter and showed the strength to stay on his feet and keep going.

Randle's biggest weakness is that he lacks "football sense": Randle doesn't always evade tacklers that he doesn't outrun or who take a good angle on him. Again, we're dealing with a limited sample size, and I do see exceptions to this assessment: Randle converted a couple of short-yardage first downs against the Indianapolis Colts on Dec. 21 despite the defense selling out and getting to him in the backfield. Add in the fact that this O-line still looks terrific, and added rookie La'Ell Collins for depth, and there's reason to be excited about Randle's upside. If he's a full-time back, he's going to make some big, joseph randle fantasy football, fantasy-week-winning plays.

But there's also risk. Randle has had some troubling off-the-field behavior. He was arrested for shoplifting last year, and was arrested on a drug charge in February when police responded to a domestic dispute at a hotel in his hometown of Wichita (he was not charged with domestic violence in the February incident). Is Randle emotionally and mentally ready to make the big jump to stardom?

The Cowboys seem to want McFadden, et al, to contribute in some kind of running back by committee, which would hurt Randle's value, joseph randle fantasy football. Joseph randle fantasy football there's a pretty good chance that the Dallas O-line won't repeat the injury-free season they had in '14. I don't feel all this risk is taken into account when I see the unproven Randle going in the third round of 12-team fantasy leagues. People are only seeing potential.

So I'm guessing I won't own Randle in many leagues this year. All it takes is one owner in your league to examine Murray's drool-worthy '14 performance in Big D and take the plunge on Randle early. But despite my skepticism, I'd be blind not to see the upside. Heck, on the Harris Football Podcast, I spent time counting down the 10 players of '15 I think have the widest range of possible outcomes for the upcoming season. And Randle was No. 1 on that list.

Fortune favors the bold in fantasy football. But I'm not sure I'm quite bold enough to draft Joseph Randle at his current cost.

Christopher Harris has a daily podcast called the Harris Football Podcast, available on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn and wherever else you download. You can also find his podcasts, ranks and videos atwww.HarrisFootball.com.

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Fantasy Football Sleeper Watch: Joseph Randle

It’s that time of year again as NFL training camps get underway and players start battling for roster spots as teams prepare for the upcoming season.  It’s also time for fantasy football players to start their annual scouring of training camp reports to try and find the right fantasy football sleeper who can carry their team to glory this season.

Throughout the next few weeks leading up to your fantasy football draft, Fansided will be providing a number of potential sleepers for you to consider.  While picking the right stars is also vital to your team’s success, sometimes it’s your later-round picks that can make or break your fantasy year.  These “sleepers” shouldn’t be drafted too high, joseph randle fantasy football, but their potential does make them worth a look after the big names are off the board.

Today, we’ll start our look at these potential sleepers with an rather obvious selection, but one of the players who has the most upside of any running back outside the top 20 RB’s.  According to myfantasyleague.com‘s average draft position, Cowboys running back Joseph Randle is going around the 65th pick in drafts which is an extreme value for a player with the potential for a breakout season.

Last year, the Cowboys showed the NFL just how good of a running team they could be with a dominant offensive line and a huge season for DeMarco Murray.  Murray finished the year joseph randle fantasy football 1,845 yards rushing and 416 yards receiving while scoring 13 touchdowns.  Murray rushed for 100+ yards in 13 of the team’s 18 games (counting postseason) and found the end zone in all but five of those contests.  This offseason, Murray left the Cowboys and signed with their NFC East division-rival Eagles leaving a gaping hole in the Dallas backfield.

To try and fill the void, the Cowboys did bring in Darren McFadden, but I think they’ll rely heavily on the two backs who served as backups to Murray last season–Joseph Randle and Lance Dunbar.  The most likely scenario is the fantasy-draining running-back-by-committee, but Jerry Jones has discussed Joseph Randle as the lead back, and I think he’ll get the first crack at the majority of the work. McFadden is already dealing with injuries this preseason and Dunbar is better used as a change-of-pace option.

Nov 9, 2014; London, UNITED KINGDOM; Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle (21) scores on a 40-yard touchdown run against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the NFL International Series game at Wembley Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Randle looked good in his few opportunities last season, joseph randle fantasy football.  He finished with 343 yards rushing on 51 carries in the joseph randle fantasy football season and caught four passes for 23 yards.  He found the end zone three times including in his “breakout” game of the season when he ran for 56 yards on seven carries against the Jaguars in London.

Randle also made headlines when he was caught shoplifting cologne and underwear in a Frisco, Texas, mall in October, joseph randle fantasy football, but other than that incident he has been able to avoid trouble for the most part.  The Cowboys will need him to step up and avoid any further indiscretions since they need him on the field this season.

In his small sample size, Randle averaged 6.7 yards per carry which shows the kind of dynamic talent the third-year back from Oklahoma State can bring to the table.  He hasn’t ever been the feature joseph randle fantasy football in the NFL, although he was a workhorse for his college team when helping OK State to some of its best results in recent history.  He doesn’t have a lot of experience in the passing game either which could limit his role on third down or if Dallas ends up playing from behind and throwing the ball a lot.

So where does Randle fit and when is the right time to draft him? Randle has huge upside if he can claim the job and could generate a ton of buzz with a big preseason.  If he gets too much hype, he could be over-drafted and end up a disappointment.  However, the effectiveness of the Dallas offense and the potential that he could be a feature back makes him definitely worth a look.

Dec 21, suave kids swim shampoo Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle (21) runs with the ball against Indianapolis Colts linebacker Erik Walden (93) at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

As of now, I would happily grab him as my third running-back in 10 or 12 team leagues since he has tons of upside. If you can get him in the sixth round (as his current ADP indicates), he offers great value especially if you can get a “safe” running back option as your fourth RB later in the draft.

Randle appears to be lined up for a breakout season, so watch him in training camp and be ready to add him to your fantasy team as a possible fantasy football sleeper for this year. While expecting Randle to put up DeMarco Murray-like numbers is a stretch, joseph randle fantasy football, it is definitely possible that he’ll be able to run for 1,200+ yards and find the end zone often enough to be a top 10-15 running back by the end of the season.

 

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When it became clear that DeMarco Murray wouldn't be back in the Dallas Cowboys locker room, fantasy owners waited with bated breath to see who his heir apparent would be.

And then they waited, waited and waited some more.

And now, on Sept. 3, Dallas has a backfield with Joseph Randle, Darren McFadden and Lance Dunbar atop the depth chart. It's a bold move for a front office to do next to nothing in the wake of losing one of the league's best running backs, but it's somewhat understandable given how good their offensive line is.

Fantasy Spin: Though the offensive line remains arguably the best in the NFL, fantasy owners shouldn't be so bullish on Randle's prospects. He is currently being drafted in the fourth round, over backs such as Chris Ivory, Andre Ellington, T.J. Yeldon, and Jonathan Stewart, joseph randle fantasy football, all of whom will likely have stronger holds on their lead back duties than Randle's tenuous one.

Randle in the fourth round is an unnecessary risk, especially when reports of a committee backfield have surfaced, as well as him being limited to 10-15 touches per game. That's nothing to scoff at, but it hardly justifies his current draft position. Dallas' backfield remains a murky one, joseph randle fantasy football, and fantasy owners would be better suited to address it in the middle rounds of the draft instead of the early ones.

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Draft: 2013 Round 5 (18)
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2015DAL6763134.141010878.7064.010.7

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