What can Brown do for Benson?

It seems veteran RB Chris brown has narrowed the teams he will play for this year down to two: his old team, the Titans, and the Bears. It’s going to be pretty interesting to see where he lands up because the fantasy ramifications are pretty big. If he goes back to Tennessee he will presumably do so under better terms than which he played for last year, when he was basically cast aside due in part to his apparent interest in being traded. Not only that, but he would actually have a good chance to start, or at least open the season as the starter. If Brown is re-signed by the Titans, then you have a mess there at the position. If rookie Chris Henry has a good summer, I would then rank their backs this year for fantasy: 1. Brown 2. Henry 3. LenDale White.

If he went to Chicago, he would clearly play a fair amount, so he would lower Cedric Benson’s value. Head coach Lovie Smith over the last two years has repeatedly talked about his inclination to have two backs he can rely on and use, and how it’s of the […]

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