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Champ Kind is known as the wild card of the Channel 4 News team.
With his catch phrase, "WHAMMY," it could be either boom or bust, as in Gene Tenace at the plate...WHAMMY, or one slip, and you're gone. Whammy.
Be careful when you draft one of these running backs because they come with a lot of risk.
Reggie Bush, Miami Dolphins
Bush finally showed everyone last season why he was so highly regarded coming out of college.
He recorded his first 1,000-rushing-yard season and scored seven touchdowns.
The big question about Bush, though, is can he stay healthy and perform this consistently?
He has only played one full season in his six-year career and had never ran for more than 581 yards in a season until 2011.
If Bush stays healthy, he should be a solid No. 2 fantasy running back. If not, then he goes back to being the inconsistent player that is not even worth a spot on your roster.
Darren McFadden, Oakland Raiders
When healthy, McFadden is one of the best running backs in the NFL.
That is the problem, though.
McFadden is never healthy. Not once has he played an entire season.
Sure, he can be a top-five fantasy running back, but who wants to spend a first- or second-round draft pick on a player that is only going to play in 10 games at most?
McFadden is worth the risk, but make sure you get plenty of running back depth if you have him on your roster.
It also would not hurt to pray that he stays healthy.