From the instant Denver signed Phillip Lindsay as an undrafted free agent, I shouted he would make the team. But I didn’t see this coming. If Royce Freeman is the No. 1 running back on the roster, then Lindsay is No. 1A. The three interceptions thrown by Case Keenum against Seattle was a reminder that if the Broncos ask their new quarterback to do too much, it’s going to be trouble. The beauty of Lindsay? He gives Denver a home-run threat on safe play calls.
Lindsay wasn't in a lot of fantasy football conversations to start the season, but this story from the Denver Posts gets a few opinions about Lindsay and his potential from those who follow the team. One called him Danny Woodhead 2.0. What most agree on is to probably not give him a ton of touches every week, but some were more excited saying he could produce 1,000 total yards this season. For those looking to take a shot on a RB after Week 1, Lindsay seems like he should be close to the top of your list.