The only upside that Patrick DiMarco has in fantasy is that he'll see a fair amount of snaps playing the fullback position in the Falcons offense. He was targeted 17 times last season, catching 13 passes for 110 yards and two touchdowns. He might have an opportunity to punch one into the end zone if Atlanta is inside the 5-yard line, but otherwise has no upside.
DiMarco is a solid real-life player but holds zero value in fantasy. He finished as fantasy's RB97 last season and will likely rank around that number again this year. Even if both Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman were to suffer injuries, Terron Ward would be next in line for carries.
2016 Bottom Line
DiMarco ranks as our RB98 and is going undrafted in all formats this year. He shouldn't even be on your streaming radar during the season.