Ridley had nine rushes for 29 yards and caught both of his past targets for 0 yards Sunday against the Bills. Ridley spent the first half of the season on the PUP list and he struggled greatly in his first six games, indicating he wasn't likely fully recovered from his ACL injury. However, in his last two games, he averaged four yards per carry and appeared to be much closer to his pre-injury form. He'll be a free agent this off-season, and he'll hope to find a role in a RBBC. Depending on his landing spot, he has some sleeper appeal as he'll have a full off-season without having to rehab his knee.
Ridley rushed seven times for 36 yards Sunday against the Patriots. After rushing for 1.3 yards per attempt over his first six games, Ridley had some extra juice against his former team, running for 5.1 yards per tote. With Chris Ivory struggling lately, Ridley may be able to earn extra carries next week as a between-the-tackles thumper.
Ridley caught one of two pass targets for three yards while rushing two times for negative two yards Saturday against the Cowboys. Ridley saw a limited number of snaps to spell Chris Ivory and Bilal Powell. He's now posted five or fewer yards in five of the six games he's played since returning from his knee injury.
Ridley rushed 6 times for 23 yards Sunday against the Titans. Ridley made a couple brief appearances to spell Chris Ivory, and for the first time this season, posted more than four rushing yards in a game. On the season, he now has 18 carries for 27 yards.
Ridley had three carries for four yards Sunday against the Giants. Ridley was used to give Chris Ivory an opportunity to take a couple snaps off in the game. On the season, he now has 13 touches for negative one yard.
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