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Updated 2021 Fantasy RB Rankings



Running back is the most important position in fantasy football. You should draft the top players early, the handcuffs late, and the sleepers everywhere in between…and then you should be constantly working the waiver wire to find new ones. We put a lot of care in these 2021 preseason RB rankings, but we all know someone who isn’t even on the list below will probably wind up starting for fantasy teams by midseason. It’s just the way it goes. 

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While many fantasy owners focus on the top of the rankings, the middle tier is just as important. You can debate Derrick Henry vs. Christian McCaffrey vs. Dalvin Cook at No. 1 all day (for what it’s worth, McCaffrey is No. 1 in our PPR rankings), but ultimately, if you get a chance to draft any of them, you should be in great shape. It’s the RBs further down the list that could make or break your season. If you get an RB2 who produces like an RB1 in the fourth round, you’re immediately ahead of the game. Conversely, if you reach for your favorite sleeper and he busts, you could be playing catch-up all year.

Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker | Top 200

That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take some chances. The difference between whoever is No. 16 and No. 26 might not be that drastic in terms of real production, but it could mean a difference of two or three rounds during the draft. Once you get past the “starters,” the summary outlook for all the rest of the RBs is similar: Could have a big year if there’s an injury to a teammate or they earn more playing time. You might have a better feeling about one or two, like Javonte Williams or Phillip Lindsay, but you’re at the mercy of the injury gods and coaching decisions (up to you which is less reliable). 

Quarterback | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker | Top 200

Draft-day decision making is never easy, especially if you’re operating under false pretenses. The running back position has changed a lot in recent years, which is shown by the fact just eight RBs last year had over 1,000 rushing yards — down from 15 the season before. To be fair, the 15 1,000-yard rushers in 2019 is more of an outlier over the past half-dozen years than the eight last season, but it still shows why you need to heavily factor in receiving stats and scoring, even in non-PPR leagues.

Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker | Overall

However, with scoring up in general, there are more touchdown opportunities across the board. Last year, eight RBs had at least 10 rushing touchdowns. Compare that to 2018 when six RBs hit that mark and ’17 when just two backs scored 10 or more times on the ground. That would seem to indicate that it’s smarter to target the likely goal-line backs in a committee (Zack Moss over Devin Singletary? James Conner over Chase Edmonds?), but even then — are you sure you know who’s going to get goal-line carries?

Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Each team

There’s no “right” strategy for drafting RBs. Some prefer to use three of their top four picks on backs; others wait until the fifth round for their first and stock up on rookies and handcuffs. Regardless of you stance on targeting quality, you should definitely focus on quantity. After one of the best rookie RB seasons in recent memory, it’s likely many owners will try to recreate that magic. There’s nothing wrong that, but veterans have value, too. Getting a good mix gives you the most options — and you will need options. 

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We’ll be adjusting these RB rankings and providing further analysis from now until Week 1. Check back for updates!

Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST

2021 Fantasy RB Rankings

Rankings are based on standard, non-PPR scoring formats

  • Henry has led the league in attempts, rushing yards, and rushing TDs in each of the past two seasons. Can he make it three years in a row in all three categories? That won’t be easy, especially after his sky-high workload last year (378 attempts), but Henry has proven to be a consistent beast after an up-and-down start to his career. He’s the best bet to lead the league in TDs, if nothing else, and even with limited work in the receiving game, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see finish in the top three in total yards among RBs.

  • McCaffrey dealt with three separate injuries (quad, thigh, ankle) that caused him to miss 13 games in 2020. It’s fair to wonder if durability will continue to be an issue, but if he’s healthy, he could easily approach or surpass 2,000 total yards, 100 catches, and 15-plus TDs. Last season in just three injury-riddled games, he posted 374 total yards, 17 catches, and six touchdowns. McCaffrey is our No. 1 back in PPR formats, but Henry’s durability and TD reliability nets him the top spot in standard leagues.

  • Cook isn’t a picture of health, but he’s played 14 games in each of the past two seasons, which should help quell at least some of his durability concerns. Cook isn’t a huge pass-catcher, but he’s far from a zero in that category, giving him roughly the same value in standard and PPR leagues, and with a career 4.8 yards-per-carry average, Cook will produce even if he sees a slightly reduced workload this year.

  • Barkley missed 14 games due to a torn right ACL last year, and while he’s tentatively expected to ready for Week 1, it’s possible the Giants ease him back into action early on. There are always worries with a player coming off a serious injury, but given Barkley’s age (24) and talent, we expect him to produce at a high level. It’s worth noting that his receiving numbers noticeably dropped from his rookie season (5.7 receptions/game, 45.1 yards/game) to his sophomore season (4.0 receptions/game, 33.7 yards/game), but an improved overall Giants offense should lead to even more scoring chances.

  • Kareem Hunt will continue to be an issue, but Chubb is an elite runner who has never averaged below 5.0 yards/carry in a season. It would be nice if Chubb dominated the goal-line touches (two more carries than Hunt inside the five-yard line; four more carries inside the 10), but he still gets more than enough to produce at a top-five level in standard leagues. His value takes a noticeable hit in PPR leagues, but even there he’s a high-level RB2.

  • Kamara was a touchdown machine last year, scoring 21 times, but with no Drew Brees, it’s entirely possible New Orleans’ offense as a whole is slowed down. Kamara will still challenge for the league lead in receptions among RBs, making him a top-flight PPR play, but the Saints’ uncertainty under center is enough to drop him slightly in standard leagues.

  • Zeke got paid last year…and promptly had by far the worst season of his career. Does that mean he can’t bounce back? Of course not. At just 26, he shouldn’t be worn out, and after getting just 16.2 carries per game — by far the lowest of his career — he should be somewhat fresher heading into this season. Most important will be the return of a healthy Dak Prescott and (hopefully) healthy Zack Martin and Tyron Smith along the o-line. No one should be surprised if Elliott challenges for the top RB ranking, even with Tony Pollard commanding more of a snap share.

  • Like all Packers skill players, Jones’ outlook is somewhat dependent on whether Aaron Rodgers is under center. He has upside either way, but obviously his touchdown potential figures to be significantly higher playing with Rodgers than Jordan Love. Jones has averaged 5.5 yards/carry in three of his four seasons, showing his ability to do a lot with a little.

  • Taylor impressed as a rookie, averaging 5.0 yards per carry and scoring 12 times while catching all but three of the 39 passes thrown his way. The Colts still boast one of the league’s best offensive lines, but the change from Philip Rivers to Carson Wentz is a major wild card. Taylor will get plenty of carries either way, but if the Colts offense struggles to sustain drives, his overall upside will be limited. The return of Marlon Mack (Achilles’) could also factor in.

  • Offseason reports have suggested Gibson will be more involved in the receiving game this year, but with J.D. McKissic still around, it seems unlikely he’ll be a full-time three-down back. That said, he showed enough in his rookie season (4.7 yards per carry, 11 TDs) for us to expect a big jump as a sophomore. Gibson has the size (6-2, 220 pounds) and versatility to dominate between the 20s and around the goal line. Washington’s offense figures to be a bit more explosive with Ryan Fitzpatrick under center, which should only mean good things for Gibson.

  • CEH didn’t quite living up to the hype last year, but he still totaled 1,100 yards and five TDs in 13 games. The opportunity was there for more, as Edwards-Helaire scored just once on nine rushing attempts inside the five-yard line (and 15 attempts inside the 10). Perhaps that’s a sign that he is a bad short-yardage runner and won’t get as many opportunities, but it might also be a fluky stat that will correct itself this year, resulting in double-digit touchdowns. Either way, a highly skilled RB on the league’s best offense is usually a worthwhile investment.

  • Ekeler was off to a hot start last year before a left hamstring injury sidelined him for six games. He returned in Week 12 and was decent the rest of the way, but after scoring just three touchdowns, fantasy owners might be wondering if he can really produce at an RB1 level. The good news for Ekeler is the Chargers didn’t make any significant RB moves in the offseason aside from drafting Larry Rountree III in the sixth round. Both Justin Jackson and Joshua Kelley failed to impress last year, so Ekeler should once again be the unquestioned lead back. If you take away the game in which he got hurt, Ekeler averaged 102.1 total yards per game. He’ll need more touchdowns to live up to this ranking, but the potential is there, especially in PPR leagues.

  • Montgomery noticeably improved across the board last year, totaling 1,508 yards, 54 receptions, and 10 TDs. However, because he averaged just 4.3 yards/carry and plays on a mediocre offense, he’s not considered an exciting fantasy option. The upside is there for much more, though it’s worth noting that his role in the receiving game could be reduced with Tarik Cohen back from a torn right ACL and Damien Williams joining the backfield.(Update: Cohen will miss at least the first six weeks because of a knee injury, but Williams is a solid receiving back who will also steal work from Montgomery in the receiving game.)

  • Mixon hasn’t quite broken out the way many have hoped he would, and he also doesn’t catch quite as many passes as people seem to think he will (though that might change with Giovani Bernard gone). Enterting his fifth season, it’s tough to say what his ceiling truly is, but with an average of 95.9 total yards/game over the past three years, it seems clear that Mixon is at least a dependable RB2 when he’s healthy. The Bengals have playmakers all over the field, which should only help Mixon get more scoring opportunities. If he can stay in one piece, he could finally have that elite season fantasy owners have been waiting for.

  • We know the Steelers like to heavily feature their starting RBs, and after selecting Harris in the first round of this year’s draft, it’s safe to assume he’ll average north of 18 touches per game — likely in the 20-22 range like James Conner averaged in his 2018 Pro Bowl season. Harris is a skilled runner and solid receiver, so he should fit perfectly in the Steelers’ scheme. The only issue is Pittsburgh’s subpar o-line, which “paved the way” for a league-low 3.6 yards/carry last year. Harris’s presence should improve that, but he could still be more of a volume play, at least in standard leagues.

  • Sanders missed four games last year due to various injuries, but he still managed 1,064 total yards and six TDs. With a new set of coaches (and QB) in Philadelphia, it wouldn’t be a surprise to once again see Sanders featured in the receiving game like he was as a rookie (50 receptions). With a career 4.9 yards/carry average, Sanders has proven to be explosive. All he needs is more stability around him to break out.

  • It was tough to figure out what the Lions were doing with their RBs last year. Swift was clearly the most explosive option, but he split time (or operated behind) Kerryon Johnson and Adrian Peterson for much of the season. Swift still impressed with 878 total yards, 46 catches, and 10 TDs in just 13 games. Detroit’s offensive line is solid on paper, and with a new coaching regime, it’s possible the Lions finally remembers how to run. Even with Jamaal Williams now in the backfield, Swift should see the bulk of the carries and has the potential to be a top-10 receiving back. Detroit doesn’t have (m)any other offensive weapons, which could cause defenses to key on Swift, but if everything goes well, he could finish as a top-10 back in standard and top five in PPR.

  • Robinson impressed in 14 games as a rookie with both his running (1,070 yards, seven TDs) and receiving (49 catches, 344 yards, three TDs). As such, it was a surprise when Jacksonville selected Travis Etienne in the first round of the 2021 draft, but with Etienne out for the year after suffering a foot injury in the preseason, Robinson seems poised to resume his high-volume role as a three-down back in Jacksonville’s improved offense. Carlos Hyde will probably steal more touches than fantasy owners like, but Robinson should be a solid RB2 with RB1 upside in both standard and PPR formats.

  • Jacobs seemingly regressed last year, dropping from 4.8 yards/carry to 3.9 and 88.5 yards per game to 71.0. However, he improved slightly as a receiver and scored 12 touchdowns, thanks in part to leading the league in red-zone carries (64). The addition of Kenyan Drake is worrisome, especially for Jacobs’ budding role as a receiving, but Drake still figures to work in a complementary role. Jacobs will be somewhat touchdown dependent, but he’s shown the ability to be a steady RB2.

  • Carson set a career high in yards/carry (4.8) and tied his career high in receptions (37) despite missing four games last year. With Seattle passing more, his all-around game should continue to improve as he remains the “lead back” for at least one more season.

  • Everyone was excited about JK Dobbins this year — and deservedly so — but we loved the value Edwards was set to bring. Now, with Dobbins (knee) out for the year, Edwards will be a hot commidity in fantasy drafts — also deservedly so. He’s posted at least 700 yards and averaged at least 5.0 yards/carry in each of his three seasons, so you know he’s going to produce on the ground. He might not crack double-digit receptions, but it wouldn’t be a complete shock if Edwards wound up flirting with RB1 status now that’s set to begin the season as Baltimore’s lead back.

  • Hunt is considered more of a “PPR back,” but he averaged just 2.4 receptions per game last year. He’s more of a straight-up committee back with Nick Chubb, and while Chubb should continue to see more carries, Hunt is no slouch. He scored 11 times last year and posted 71.6 total yards per game, thanks in part to Chubb missing four games. This might be an aggressive ranking for him, as his ceiling is artificially limited as long as Chubb is healthy, but there are similar issues with all of the backs below him. Given what we know about Hunt’s talent and production level, he feels like a solid RB2 who could really take off if Chubb gets hurt again or starts catching more passes.

  • Williams will be competing with veteran Melvin Gordon for touches, but even if the talented rookie isn’t starting in Week 1, he has more long-term potential because of his explosiveness. In his final season at North Carolina, Williams totaled 1,445 yards and 22 TDs while averaging 7.9 yards per touch. The Broncos offense has a lot of talent but also a lot of question marks. Williams can be a stabilizing force if the coaching staff lets him. It would be foolish to completely write off the 28-year-old Gordon, who posted 1,144 total yards, 4.6 yards/carry, and 10 TDs last year, but Denver drafted Williams early in the second round for a reason.

  • A knee injury and COVID caused Gaskin to miss six games last year after he had established himself as Miami’s lead back. In Weeks 3-15 (seven games), Gaskin averaged 20.9 touches, 106.7 total yards, and 3.9 receptions per game. That’s RB1-level production, at least in PPR leagues. A lack of TDs (four in that span) held him down, but if Gaskin has the same role this year, he’ll pay off handsomely for fantasy owners. Salvon Ahmed, who flourished in Gaskin’s absence before suffering an injury of his own, and newcomer Malcolm Brown will challenge for touches, so this is an unpredictable situation, but clearly the Dolphins thought they found something with Gaskin last year. They will likely give him every chance to keep the starting job this season.

  • Cam Akers’ season-ending Achilles’ injury opens the door for Henderson. He’s had moderate levels of success in the past, such as averaging 4.5 yards/carry and scoring six times last year, but it’s anyone’s guess as to how he’ll handle being L.A.’s feature back. At 5-8, 208 pounds, it’s also unclear just how much of a workload the Rams will want to give him, but in Weeks 3-7 last year, he averaged 15.8 touches/game and had a 20-carry outing. L.A.’s offense figures to provide plenty of opportunities for yards and TDs, so if Henderson can hold onto the starting job, he has intriguing upside.

  • Davis impressed in a backup-turned-starter role with the Panthers last season. Despite averaging just 3.9 yards/carry, Davis had plenty of value thanks to 59 receptions and 24.9 receiving yards per game. Atlanta’s running back room is full of question marks, with Cordarrelle Patterson serving as the “backup” and a host of young, unproven backs rounding out the depth cart. If Davis stays in the starter’s role, he could post RB2-level stats thanks to volume — especially if he equals Todd Gurley’s 52 carries inside the 20 (fifth most) and 14 carries inside the five (seventh) from last year.

  • Harris might be the biggest example of a “good in standard leagues, bad in PPR” RB. He caught just five-of-seven targets last year in 10 games, but he also averaged 13.7 carries/game and 5.0 yards/carry. The main thing that kept Harris down (aside from injuries) was a surprising lack of TDs. He scored just twice despite his beefy frame. Fantasy owners know they can’t trust a Patriots RB — especially with receiving back James White, 2018 first-round pick Sony Michel, and 2020 fourth-round pick Rhamondre Stevenson on the roster — but Harris is a legit talent and should have the upper hand on all of those players for carries. Stevenson might be the biggest threat to Harris’ fantasy value when you factor in his size (6-0, 246 pounds), but Harris earned at least some trust with last year’s performance.

  • Mostert is a classic “if he stays healthy…” guy. The well-traveled speedster has flashed big-time upside, shown by his 5.6 career yards/carry, but it doesn’t seem likely that he has the durability to be a full-time starter. That’s probably why the 49ers drafted Trey Sermon in the third round this year, and it’s why you can’t really trust Mostert with anything other than a early middle-round pick. We know the 49ers want to run a lot, so both Mostert and Sermond can be RB2s if they’re healthy, so if you draft Mostert, you’d be wise to also draft Sermon.

  • Edmonds has more value in PPR leagues, shown by his 53 receptions last year while playing second fiddle to Kenyan Drake. With Drake gone, Edmonds should see a bigger role in the running game, but it’s unclear how much. James Conner is now in the desert, and it seems likely he’ll at least be used more along the goal line. Edmonds is a much safer pick in PPR leagues, but if he does hold off Conner, he’ll be solid RB2 in standard leagues, too.

  • Singletary and Zack Moss make up a classic “thunder-and-lightning” duo, but unless one gets hurt, they’ll likely see similar workloads. Singletary will be used more in the receiving game, but Moss should get more goal-line touches. Last season, Moss had eight more red-zone carries, seven more carries inside the 10, and three more carries inside the five despite playing three fewer games. Again, that might be a clue that Moss will be more valuable, at least in standard leagues, but Singletary is more explosive and Josh Allen steals a lot of goal-line TDs anyway. If one gets hurt, the other will have a lot of value, but their overall outlooks heading into the season are essentially the same.

  • Carter is competing with Tevin Coleman and La’Mical Perine for carries, but it’s tough to trust either after they averaged 1.9 and 3.6 yards/carry last year, respectively. Carter posted back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons at North Carolina and averaged a whopping 8.0 yards/carry in his final season. He’s the most explosive player in New York’s backfield and should eventually see the most touches.

  • David Johnson had a surprise bounce-back season last year, posting 1,005 total yards and eight TDs while averaging a career-high 4.7 yards/carry in 12 games. Even so, the Texans picked up Lindsay in the offseason, and fantasy owners shouldn’t ignore him. Lindsay started his career with back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons before struggling in an injury-plagued 2020. Lindsay still has a career 4.8 yards/carry average, and despite his size (5-8 ,190 pounds), he’s a tough inside runner. Johnson might begin the season as Houston’s starter, but given his injury history and age (29), Lindsay could wind up outproducing him for the season.

  • Jones dominated carries (and rushing yards) for Tampa last season, but a late injury allowed Fournette to dominate in the playoffs. It’s easy to think Tampa will stick with that formula, but Jones is three years younger and averaged 1.3 more yards/carry last year. It’s more likley he runs away with the job than Fournette, but this could still be a split. Fournette likely has more value in PPR leagues, but it’s anyone’s guess as to how this backfield will ultimately play out.

  • 37 James Conner, Cardinals
    38 David Johnson, Texans
    39 Latavius Murray, Saints
    40 Jamaal Williams, Lions
    41 Nyheim Hines, Colts
    42 AJ Dillon, Packers
    43 Tony Pollard, Cowboys
    44 JD McKissic, Washington
    45 Trey Sermon, 49ers
    46 Rhamondre Stevenson, Patriots
    47 Carlos Hyde, Jaguars
    48 Damien Williams, Bears
    49 James White, Patriots
    50 Ty’Son Williams, Ravens
    51 Alexander Mattison, Vikings
    52 Tevin Coleman, Jets
    53 Justin Jackson, Chargers
    54 Malcolm Brown, Dolphins
    55 Kenyan Drake, Raiders
    56 Kenneth Gainwell, Eagles
    57 Darrel Williams, Chiefs
    58 Sony Michel, Rams
    59 Justice Hill, Ravens
    60 Mark Ingram, Texans
    61 Rashaad Penny, Seahawks
    62 Marlon Mack, Colts
    63 Devontae Booker, Giants
    64 Ty Johnson, Jets
    65 Benny Snell Jr., Steelers
    66 Elijah Mitchell, 49ers
    67 Qadree Ollison, Falcons
    68 Giovani Bernard, Bengals
    69 Samaje Perine, Bengals
    70 Chuba Hubbard, Panthers
    71 Salvon Ahmed, Dolphins
    72 Joshua Kelley, Chargers
    73 Cordarrelle Patterson, Falcons
    74 Boston Scott, Eagles
    75 Tarik Cohen, Bears
    76 Jake Funk, Rams
    77 La’Mical Perine, Jets
    78 Darrynton Evans, Titans
    79 Jeremy McNichols, Titans
    80 Anthony McFarland Jr., Steelers


Sherlock Holmes 3 finalmente está llegando y Robert Downey Jr.está a bordo para el lanzamiento de 2020



Sherlock Holmes 3 finalmente está llegando y Robert Downey Jr.está a bordo para el lanzamiento de 2020

Los productores de Sherlock Holmes 3 han sido declarados Susan Downey, Joel Silver y Lionel Wigram, con el co-creador de Narcos, Chris Brancato, escribiendo el guión.

                            Sherlock Holmes 3 finalmente está llegando y Robert Downey Jr.está a bordo para el lanzamiento de 2020

Robert Downey Jr (Fuente: Getty Images)

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Bueno, amigos, la espera finalmente ha terminado. Sherlock Holmes 3 finalmente está en camino y su lanzamiento está programado para la Navidad de 2020. Robert Downey Jr. y Jude Law interpretarán a los personajes que regresan del genio detective y su ayudante de confianza, el Dr. Watson, según The Hollywood Reporter.

La serie de pantalla grande de Warner Bros ha anunciado la tercera entrega, pero aún no se ha asignado ningún director al proyecto. Las películas anteriores han sido dirigidas por Guy Ritchie y la nueva se estrenará unos nueve años después de la primera secuela, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, que se estrenó en diciembre de 2011.

La película recaudó $ 554.4 millones en la taquilla mundial, solo un poco más que Sherlock Holmes de 2009, que ganó $ 524 millones a nivel mundial. Los productores de Sherlock Holmes 3 han sido declarados Susan Downey, Joel Silver y Lionel Wigram, con el co-creador de Narcos, Chris Brancato, escribiendo el guión.

Jude Law y Robert Downey Jr asisten al estreno europeo de “Sherlock Holmes: Un juego de sombras” en Empire Leicester Square el 8 de diciembre de 2011 en Londres, Inglaterra. (Foto de Tim Whitby / Getty Images)

Sherlock y Watson pueden regresar para la próxima película, pero no se puede decir lo mismo del temido villano Moriarty. Jared Harris le dijo a Digital Spy: “Creo que en la última versión, cuando escribieron un guión para Sherlock Holmes 3, Moriarty no estaba en él. Por lo tanto, no me estoy enfocando en eso”.

Anteriormente se había informado que los lanzamientos consecutivos de Marvel, así como los horarios de lanzamiento, habían impedido que sucediera una tercera película de Holmes. Sin embargo, el calendario navideño de 2020 parece bastante congelado incluso ahora, ya que la segunda entrega de James Cameron de su exitosa serie Avatar también está programada para su lanzamiento el 18 de diciembre del mismo año.


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Quartararo lidera y vuelve a ser candidato a todo




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El frances Fabio Quartararo enviado como el top de los líderes en el FP3 previo a la clasificación del Gran Premio de Aragón. Marc Márquez volvió a sufrir una nueva caída: la decimoctava en once carreras. Quartararo consiguió en sus últimas vueltas un mejor tiempo de 1: 46,926 que le ganó liderar una tanda en la que los cuatro primeros, desde ‘El Diablo’ hasta “Pecco” Bagnaia acabaron en una diferencia de 58 millas por segundo.

No solo si cayó Marc en el FP3, también lo hizo su hermano el primero, en la curva una vez, sin consecuencias para su integridad física pero sin la opción de entrar en Q2 al ser decimosexto, justo por delante de Maverick Viñales, aquí poco a poco si acerca a los tiempos de los más rápidos con su nueva Aprilia RS-GP, aunque todavía con mucho trabajo por delante para Adaptarse desde su antiguo motor de la Yamaha de cuatro cilindros en línea a los cuatro cilindros en “V “de l’Aprilia.

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Marc Márquez, que sí se metió en Q2, tiró con fuerza para mejorar sus registros pero, una vez más, la decimoctava en lo que va de temporada, se fue por los suelos en la curve catorce, sin tener que rendeñar ningún daño de consideración, pero “condenado” a la octava posición, solo ingrese sobre compañero en el equipo Repsol Honda, Pol Espargarò, y el también driver of Honda, el japonés Takaaki Nakagami. El actual campeón del mundo, el español Joan Mir, llegó a liderar la tabla de tiempos en la parte final de la tanda, sin embargo si repaso tanto por el propio Fabio Quartararo como por el también español Aleix Espargarò.

El australiano Jack Miller y el español Jorge Martín, lograron el pase con el quinto y sexto mejores tiempos, mientras que el italiano Enea Bastianini Fue el último de los pilotos que pasó directamente a la Q2. Se quedaron fuera de la misma hombres como Johann Zarco, Cal Crutchlow, Miguel Oliveira, Valentino Rossi o los españoles Alex Márquez, Maverick Viñales e Iker Lecuona, de quien ya se ha confirmó oficialmente que la próxima temporada será Piloto de Honda en el campeonato del mondo de Superbike, en lugar del también español Álvaro Bautista, que regresa a Ducati.


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MCU elimina a las heroínas sexualizadas del mundo del cómic para dar a sus mujeres narrativas fuertes e historias increíbles



MCU elimina a las heroínas sexualizadas del mundo del cómic para dar a sus mujeres narrativas fuertes e historias increíbles

Desde los Vengadores hasta los luchadores que trotan por la galaxia, la marca de superhéroes de MCU es vasta y evoluciona rápidamente, especialmente en términos de la representación de las mujeres.

                            MCU elimina a las heroínas sexualizadas del mundo del cómic para dar a sus mujeres narrativas fuertes e historias increíbles

Scarlett Johansson en Black Widow (Fuente: Getty Images)

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Durante la última década, Marvel se ha comprometido a diseñar un universo cinematográfico compartido e interconectado; donde su multitud de personajes se cruzan con frecuencia en caminos que conducen a eventos de nivel cósmico.

Desde los Vengadores con destino a la Tierra hasta los luchadores alienígenas de élite que trotan por la galaxia, la marca de superhéroes MCU es vasta y evoluciona rápidamente, especialmente en términos de retratar la sección femenina de la reserva cómica. Y al hacerlo, los líderes creativos que trabajan detrás de la franquicia se han mantenido, más o menos, fieles a la literatura del cómic, excepto en lo que respecta a la representación física de sus heroínas en la pantalla grande.

En lugar de liderar con la representación sexualmente cargada de algunas de las superheroínas más populares, incluidas personas como Natasha Romanoff (también conocida como Black Widow), Wanda Maximoff (Scarlet Witch) o incluso la adición más reciente, Gamora: MCU parece haberlo asumido. ellos mismos para eliminar la objetivación del sexo justo.

Entonces, cuando una Scarlett Johansson vestida de cuero ingresa a la arena, emparejando golpes con sus homólogos masculinos de superhéroes, todos los ojos están principalmente en sus locas habilidades de lucha y en la oscura y retorcida historia de fondo de su espía ruso convertido en Avenger. En lugar de la exposición de la piel o sus elecciones de moda, que estratégicamente permanecen en su mayoría en tonos de negro.

Otro retrato, donde a pesar de algunos éxitos y fracasos, MCU ha mantenido vivo el tema del “empoderamiento” es con Scarlet Witch. En la iteración Tierra-616, Wanda (el alter ego), al descubrir sus habilidades sobrehumanas, de repente adquiere un avatar sensual, vestida con su corsé rojo buey, capa a juego y botas hasta la rodilla.

Afortunadamente, el atractivo sexual asociado con el personaje fue estafado en la última aparición de Scarlet Witch en Infinity Way, interpretada por Elizabeth Olsen. El superhéroe de Olsen mantuvo el corsé, que se convirtió en un icono entre los fanáticos, pero también usó un par de pantalones, lo que lo convierte en algo más que un epítome de representación sexualizada.

Aunque, si Olsen hubiera querido, con gusto habría agregado algunos cambios más al disfraz. “Pienso en el vestuario y en lo que tenemos que usar, se trata más de imágenes icónicas porque eso es lo que son estas películas … Creo que es el objetivo con el vestuario y no representa a la mujer promedio”, dijo. Espectáculo de piel injustificado.

Además de estos dos personajes, el último súper guerrero de MCU en el bloque, Shuri, la hermana menor tecnológicamente talentosa del Rey T’Challa, también conocida como Black Panther, acaba de establecer un ejemplo para la franquicia cinematográfica en el futuro con su gama de pantallas. sastrería.

Los trajes tradicionales actualizados de Shuri y sus compañeros de Wakanda, además de omitir los matices sexistas que han prevalecido durante mucho tiempo en los cómics de superhéroes, también introducen un elemento de cambio significativo: el de la inclusión, de diferentes culturas, razas y países.

Rechazando las limitaciones anteriores, las películas de Marvel ahora han comenzado a experimentar cambios con más heroínas protagonizando sus increíbles historias.


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