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Melvin Gordon keeps starting role for fantasy owners despite struggles

The San Diego Chargers are committed to the keeping Melvin Gordon as the starter despite fumble issues. We breakdown fantasy impact. San Diego Chargers head coach Mike McCoy said Monday that starting running back Melvin Gordon, “is our back,” despite struggles holding on to the ball, according to Michael Gehiken of The San Diego Union-Tribune. McCoy acknowledged that Gordon can not put the ball on the ground, but he believes the second-year RB will get it going soon, reports the Chargers beat writer.
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