Yeldon is currently the No. 10 running back in PPR formats and is slated for a big workload against the Chiefs, who are No. 29 in RB aFPA. In the 22 career games where he’s seen at least 13 touches, he has averaged 82 total yards and 0.36 touchdowns, which works out to 14.1 points per game (PPR). In the two games that Fournette has missed altogether, the Jaguars did make an effort to get Corey Grant involved. In Week 2, he turned 10 touches into 69 total yards and in Week 3, he had seven touches for 10 yards. Yeldon handled 12 touches in Week 2 and 13 touches in Week 3. Last week, with Fournette only playing around a third of the snaps, Yeldon saw 21 touches to Grant’s three, so we’re expecting RB1-type numbers from Yeldon against the Chiefs.