I would advocate that they stay close to the 50/50 mark to keep it a little more difficult for defenses to do their game planning.
As to a trade....in chess, the queen has the strength of about 9 pawns, the rook - 5, the bishop - 3, the knight - 3. What you're seeking are dynamic positions where you can coordinate your pieces so well that their combined strength is higher than the sum of their parts. A well-placed queen, bishop, and knight in a King-side attack functioning as a unit with the strength of 18 pawns, say, instead of 15. The Falcons have just such an advantaged situation going on with Freeman and Coleman and would risk losing the magic by parting with one of them.
I think it will be interesting to see how the new OC manages the talent on that team.
both RB's are capable receivers, but I'd say Freeman is a bit better than Coleman as a pass catcher.
Coleman is a bit better running between the tackles.
so the production of both backs largely depends on what the OC wants to do in the offense.
I would suggest that there is slightly more risk for both players and slightly more upside to both. Net value should be about the same, but I wouldnt want to have to choose between the two at the draft table.
I'd say that Freemans value may take a small hit just simply because his value is more than Colemans, and he(potentially) has more to lose. but in the end, I'd say it is likely to remain a very productive committee where both players put up reasonable numbers, but neither is a full on stud. Devonta will likely lead the committee, but that can easily change.
This is one of those situations where you really want to keep an eye on what goes on in Atlanta early in the season. There are a lot of possible combinations that could change things for either player (or both)
3 keeper, 12 team league Standard scoring with QB getting -1 pt for an interception & fumbles 5 points for a defensive safety & 6 points for a defensive TD.
Start 2 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 1 Kicker, one Def/Sp Tms
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