Joe McKnight, RB, Chiefs: Fantasy Football Outlook
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Joe McKnight, RB, Chiefs

Position/Rank NFL Team Status Experience Age Height Weight Twitter
RB - #98 KC Active 5 years 26 5'11 205 @OfficialJoeJet

There is no 2013 profile for this player yet. Here is his 2013 profile:

2013 Outlook: Deep-league Only

It took until week 17 for fantasy owners to see what Joe McKnight could do and he didn't leave anything for us to wonder about. On 32 carries McKnight ran for 158 yards and he added a pair of receptions for 15 yards. Granted this was against the Bills (whose run defense was the worst in the league), but he was given an opportunity and he literally ran with it. Due to this late season performance, rumor has it McKnight will see a little more action during the regular season in 2011. I'll believe it when I see it because we've all heard this tune before and then nothing even comes of it. The only way I see McKnight having any fantasy relevance is if Tomlinson breaks down to the point he is worthless (or he or Greene are injured and the Jets are forced to go with McKnight as the change of pace back).

Last updated on May-23-2011 by Chris Weeks
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