Roussel has certainly made the most out of this opportunity to play a top six role. He's been a bit of a revelation, and he's developed great chemistry with Roy and Eakin quickly. But with the talent in Big D, and in the system he's most likely a top nine player, albeit with the ability to step up in case of injuries or slumps. It's also a plus in his favor that after being demoted for taking bad penalties he's cleaned that up, and still hasn't lost that physical high energy style he plays with.
Keep an eye on him in deep keepers, especially dynasty leagues, as he is worth stashing to see how he continues to evolve and how he will wind up fitting in in Big D.
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