Hunt missed the first eight games of 2019, but from Week 10 to Week 17, he was the No. 19 running back with a 10.4 per game average (half-PPR) over the final eight weeks. He scored 1.9 fewer points per game than backfield mate Nick Chubb, and Chubb is going three rounds earlier. Hunt has top five upside if anything were to happen to Chubb, but he also comes with a fifth-round price tag. The Browns should be run-heavy under new HC Kevin Stefanski, and the team invested in the offensive line, which has the potential to become an elite unit in 2020. The one worry is that Hunt’s role will change for the worse under the new regime. Hunt has weekly value and high upside, so he’s a good target for those wanting to wait on the running back position, but aren’t willing to go full Zero RB.