NFL Running Back Workloads: Week 16
Mike Alexander takes a look at running back workloads from Week 16 of the NFL season and breaks down what it means going forward.
Do you have something to play for in week 17? Maybe you just aren't ready to hang up your pads for the 2019 season and want to get in some DFS. Whatever your reason, week 17 is going to be as weird as usual. Here are some backfields to monitor as the weekend approaches.
Mike Boone , RB MIN - The sure fire championship winning waiver add ended up in a three way rotation and game scripted out of his presumed role. He only logged 33% of the RB snaps. There's no telling what could happen week 17 with the injuries in the backfield. It's not a great spot for speculation.
Gus Edwards , RB BAL - The Gus Bus is getting into gear after a Mark Ingram injury. Edwards is a natural replacement for Ingram and he's seen plenty of work all year. He saw 30 snaps compared to Justice Hill's 13. It's a gravy role in a top offense.
Damien Williams , RB KC - We were reminded of why Williams was such a high draft pick this summer in the Chiefs-Bears game. He rushed for a solid 16-65 and went...