DeMarco Murray's fantasy stock was juicy in 2015. ESPN ranked Murray the No. 9 player in fantasy football going into his first season in Chip Kelly's Eagles offense.

Murray let most of his 2015 owners down. He rushed for a measly 702 yards and six touchdowns. The Eagles shipped Murray off to Tennessee after the season.

In 2016, Murray was lucky just to sneak into the fourth or fifth round of some fantasy football drafts. Murray was ranked No. 57 in ESPN's 2016 rankings. With the Titans drafting 2015 Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry, Murray was expected to split the Tennessee workload.

Instead, he has responded with a monster season -- 1,043 rushing yards and eight rushing touchdowns through 12 games. Murray is the No. 4 running back in fantasy football this year.

Although he admits he does not entirely understand fantasy football, he congratulates those fantasy owners who believed in him this season.

Murray talked to ThePostGame at the opening of the Adidas New York City flagship store on Dec. 1.

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