It’s been anticipated that Gibbs could see more work in Week 3 with David Montgomery suffering a leg injury last week, but Jaylen Warren’s potential increase in workload comes despite Najee Harris being fully healthy. Warren has been much more efficient with the ball in his hands than Najee Harris, and it appears that he’ll have an added role in the ground game in addition to the work he’s been receiving in the passing game. He is safe enough to start as a flex given the standalone value he should have simply by virtue of the volume he could receive. Gibbs, on the other hand, should be ranked as a high-RB2/low-RB1 if he sees additional work in the ground game.
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