ESPN Fantasy Projection: Hunt returns to Cleveland, where he'll operate as a change-of-pace rusher and primary receiving back behind Nick Chubb. Hunt was, of course, one of fantasy's top backs prior to off-field issues leading to roughly one year out of the league. He returned in Week 10 last season and played a substantial role from that point on. Hunt was on the field for 60% of the snaps, handling 5.4 carries and 5.5 targets per game. Hunt was fantasy's No. 17 RB during the stretch and trailed Chubb by only three fantasy points during that span. Chubb will continue to handle most of the carries and goal-line work, but Hunt's role allows him standalone value, not to mention that he's arguably the most valuable handcuff in fantasy.