Preseason depth charts often change by the beginning of the regular season, but preseason does give some insight into how things are taking shape with the season a little more than a month away.
In Miami, the backfield is taking the shape of a timeshare. Kenyan Drake and Frank Gore are listed as co-starters at running back. Annoying for fantasy football enthusiasts, who don’t want to draft either player early if they’re in split backfield situation.
Dolphins head Coach Adam Gase isn’t here for fantasy. Check out what Gase had to say in the Tweet below:
Adam Gase asked what went into decision of listing Frank Gore and Kenyan Drake as either OR on depth chart:
"Just to be an asshole."
— Armando Salguero (@ArmandoSalguero) August 6, 2018
The Dolphins also list two No. 2 quarterbacks, Brock Osweiler and David Fales, who are competing for the role, but no one cares about either one of those fantasy turds.
My guess is by the time the regular season kicks off, Gase will be a little more clear for the sake of fantasy drafts, doesn’t he realize fantasy owners pay his salary.
Doing some dumpster diving on Adam Gase-coached (as OC or HC) RBs over the past 5 years.
2013 Moreno – RB4
2014 CJA – RB10
2015 Forte – RB7
2016 Ajayi – RB12
Frank Gore or no Frank Gore, Kenyan Drake is being underdrafted as the RB18 pic.twitter.com/sCxRFLKZTf
— Mark Wemken (@FFMadScientist) August 6, 2018