Not much excitement about ole' Kerwynn, but I believe a closer look is warranted. After all, it is not easy to find a "starting" RB, who could very well be so for 2-3 months or longer.
His body of work isn't huge, but 5.5 yards/carry on around 100 NFL carries in a tough division ain't chicken-scratch. In fact, it's excellent. No, he hasn't yet proven to be a good receiver (although he did catch 45 passes for 700/5 his senior year at Utah State), but he has shown that he can tote the rock when opportunity presents itself.....and it has now been presented.
Seems to me that it is his job to lose. Are we really concerned about Andre "Made of Glass" Ellington, or old man Johnson?
Still young, fresh legs, supposedly decent offense, and semi-proven track record. I only owned DJ in one league, but I've grabbed Kerwynn everywhere I can. I think he could surprise.....and the lack of buzz has kept the price down