Fantasy Football: Charles Scott’s New Dynasty Value

August 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Charles Scott was a popular selection in the late rounds of many rookie drafts this summer. His trade from Philadelphia to Arizona today is the final straw for his diminishing value.
This former LSU Tiger had an up and down collegiate career, highlighted by his 1,174 yard campaign in 2008. At 6’1″ and 235 pounds, he entered the league as a bruising running back with potential for short yardage and goal line work at the least.
Many dynasty league owners were excited when Scott fell to the Eagles in the sixth round of the draft, due in part to a failed Senior Bowl physical because of collarbone issues. That excitement grew as he quickly impressed in OTAs.
Unfortunately, his strong play just didn’t last.
Scott was recently moved to fullback and had only one carry the entire preseason. The Eagles had hoped he would evolve into the “thunder” to LeSean McCoy’s “lightning,” but that just wasn’t happening.
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