D’Onta Foreman  Fantasy Outlook for Panthers Backfield

The potential for D'Onta Foreman or Chuba Hubbard to become a potential free-discount wire target had always been bubbling in the background of fantasy football managers.

The debate over handcuffing McCaffrey has been an interesting discussion that took place prior to Preseason.

Foreman came on a one-year contract this past offseason after the ability to shine with the Tennessee Titans in 2021

In week 6, maybe we've got a little more clarity. Foreman fired the ball five times, while Hubbard only had two carries.

Foreman has just 22 career goals, and even when he was starting a few games for Tennessee last year, he didn't see many.

Foreman's lack of goals in three different teams shows that he is not impressed at the point when that element of the game comes into play.

Hubbard averages 5.7 yards per attempt (34 yards on six carries), compared to 3.1 yards per effort for Foreman

If your fantasy team is desperate for a potential starting RB who might be the weekly option for you, Foreman is the top choice right now.

RB to be considered for inclusion on your fantasy team. In Carolina, Foreman and Hubbard are both exactly the same.