Fantasy Football: 2 huge reasons Todd Gurley must remain a keeper

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Todd Gurley Looked Like Himself Down The Stretch

Secondly, the Rams saw Todd Gurley start looking like himself down the stretch of the 2019 season. He didn’t see his workload rise a ton, but he scored five touchdowns in the final five games of the season. Imagine what he would be capable of if they got him back to 25-30 touches per game.

With the lack of offensive success the Rams had in 2019, they are going to do their best to get Gurley going early next season. He proved late in the season that he can still be a workhorse.

Fantasy Football players will regret moving on from him should they choose to do so. He may never become the 25 fantasy points per game guy that he once was, but he will put up 20 points much more in 2020 than he did this year. Hang onto him for one more season.

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