Duke Johnson should be WR eligible
Duke Johnson should be WR eligible. Prior to the start of the season the coach said they were going to use him primarily in the passing game. Then week 1 plays all 50 of his snaps at receiver with 0 carries. He should be a WR, they clearly don't view him as an RB since he didn't even take the backup RB snaps. Should make the change.
LOL, he's a RB not a WR. But because he catches balls you want him to be WR eligible? Sorry, but that is simply absurd. He's a RB. Get a grip.
Rob Slone commented
Guys...I just checked Cleveland's depth chart at cbssports.com and he is listed as an RB right behind Crowell. I do not see him listed as a WR. If he is going to be make WR eligible in spite of being listed as RB on an official depth chart, then they may as well make the following RBs WR eligible as well:
Where do you stop? I think it's fair to keep him where he is at until the official depth chart changes. Evan Engram technically is serving more as a WR for the Giants but he is still listed as a tight end...so....
Mark Andress commented
JF Fantasy commented
He catches passes from the slot and gets carries in the backfield. Epitome of a rb/wr.
X Soulja commented
Duke Johnson is listed as the slot receiver on Cleveland's Depth Charts. You need to add wide receiver to his eligibility.
Jason Free commented
How many games do they have to start to become position eligible.