RB Roy Helu can focus on contributing to the Washington offense. Coaches have him in a third-down role, which will showcase his pass blocking and ability to catch the ball. He’s also faster than Alfred Morris, so there’s big-play potential anytime he’s in on first and second downs.
Helu could have some deep PPR value. At the same time, it will likely limit Morris' value in the passing game. It was a role that increased for Morris a bit at the end of last year. Morris should catch more than 11 passes this season, his total from 2012, but Helu looks like he'll play a bigger role in the passing game.