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Answering the biggest fantasy football questions of the 2021 offseason: 32 NFL reporters give early advice

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The dust has settled on the free-agency portion of the 2021 offseason.

Quarterback movement has been the name of the game. Sam Darnold, Carson Wentz, Matthew Stafford, Jared Goff, Ryan Fitzpatrick and Andy Dalton are all with new teams. It's possible, if not likely, that there will be more new starting quarterbacks when the 2021 season kicks off than at any other point in the Super Bowl era.

There also will be 17 regular-season games for the first time. Obviously that will have a significant impact on fantasy football.

NFL Nation is here to answer the biggest fantasy questions, provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay.

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Buffalo Bills

Will we be able to trust Devin Singletary or Zack Moss as a consistent lead back?

No. Sean McDermott has made it relatively clear that he wants multiple players touching the ball in Buffalo's backfield. Both backs should put up RB2 or RB3 numbers, but neither should be the first running back you take -- although if you had to choose, the Bills seemed to lean more on Moss toward the end of last season. -- Marcel Louis-Jacques


Miami Dolphins

Do you expect Myles Gaskin to be the Dolphins' lead back again this season?

No. I expect the Dolphins to draft a new lead back in the first two rounds, with Alabama's Najee Harris, North Carolina's Javonte Williams and Clemson's Travis Etienne as the top potential options. Gaskin was impressive last season, stealing the lead back role over veterans Jordan Howard and Matt Breida. I suspect he still gets notable playing time as the No. 2 back behind a rookie. -- Cameron Wolfe


New England Patriots

Who will lead a suddenly crowded Patriots offense in targets this season?