Rashad Jennings

#23 RB / N.Y. Giants / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 231 lb Age: 30 College: Liberty Bye 11,18,19,20,21

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    Giants' Rashad Jennings: Saves best for last versus Eagles

    Jennings had his best game of the season in Sunday's loss to the Eagles, racking up 170 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries. He also caught two of five targets for six additional yards. The veteran was fed early and often versus a Philadelphia run defense that had been reeling in the second half of the season, and he responded with his best game since Week 3 of 2014. Jennings' production was rather pedestrian for most of the season, but he finished strong with at least 100 total yards in each of the last four weeks. Jennings is under contract for two more seasons, and he should enter 2016 as the Giants' leading rusher as things currently stand.

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    Giants' Rashad Jennings: Puts up 136 scrimmage yards

    Jennings had 14 carries for 74 yards and two catches for 62 yards in Sunday's 49-17 loss to the Vikings. Jennings unsurprisingly did most of his damage in the first half, as the Giants were forced to go pass-heavy while playing from behind. He was really the team's only effective weapon, though he didn't actually pick up much more than what was blocked, even on a 50-yard gain from a screen pass. Having mostly fended off the four-man committee from earlier this season, Jennings is a decent bet to top 15+ touches for a fourth straight game in Week 17 against the Eagles.

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    Giants' Rashad Jennings: Tops 100-yard mark versus Panthers

    Jennings carried 16 times for 101 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to the Panthers. He grabbed one of his three targets for no gain. The veteran had his best rushing game of the season versus the stout panthers defense, topping the 100-yard mark for the first time and scoring on the ground for just the second time. The Giants stand to benefit mightily from a productive Jennings, and they are likely to continue feeding him, as his 41 touches over the last two weeks illustrate. Jennings and company will travel to take on the Vikings in Week 16.

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    Giants' Rashad Jennings: Has 22 carries

    Jennings had 22 carries for 81 yards and caught two passes for 21 more yards. After Andre Williams fumbled early, Jennings saw the bulk of the work and ran hard, breaking tackles and getting yards after contact. The Giants run blocking is still poor, and it's unclear whether the team will go back to a committee next week, but Jennings made a case for the team to consider re-establishing him as a feature back of sorts.

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    Giants' Rashad Jennings: Rushes for 14 yards in loss

    Jennings rushed five times for 14 yards and caught one of two targets for 19 receiving yards Sunday against the Jets. The Giants' backfield situation is pretty ugly, as they continue to use four different backs and none of them has made a big enough impact to warrant more touches. In addition to Jennings' weak output Sunday, Orleans Darkwa rushed eight times for 23 yards, Andre Williams six times for 22 yards and Shane Vereen four times for 13. Given the split touches, none are legitimate fantasy options.

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    Giants' Rashad Jennings: Tallies 28 yards against Washington

    Jennings ran for 14 yards on six carries in Sunday's loss to Washington. He added two catches off of three targets for 14 yards. Jennings' eight touches were his second lowest total of the season and his 28 total yards was his most modest total since Week 7. With such a crowded backfield in New York it is difficult for any back to distinguish himself, even Jennings, the team's leading rusher. Jennings has been unable to make up for his limited yardage with scores, having not scored a rushing touchdown since Week 1 or a touchdown of any kind since Week 4. With 23 of the the Giants' 26 offensive touchdowns coming through the air this season, it is unlikely that Jennings will suddenly become a scoring threat.

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    Giants' Rashad Jennings: Leads the Giants' backfield in touches

    Jennings had 11 carries for 39 yards and caught 2-of-3 targets for 12 yards in Sunday's 27-26 loss to New England. Jennings led the Giants in carries Sunday, as the trio of Orleans Darkwa, Andre Williams and Shane Vereen combined to carry the ball 11 times for only 31 yards. Jennings' long rush Sunday was just six yards, which has been a constant theme this season. In fact, he's got just one run of over 20 yards and one rushing touchdown this year, and both of those came back in Week 1. The presence of PPR darling Vereen also limits Jennings' upside in the passing game, so it's hard to get excited about him at the moment. In any event, make sure he's on your bench in Week 11, as the Giants will have their bye.

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    Giants' Rashad Jennings: Rushes for 48 yards against Tampa Bay

    Jennings carried the ball 13 times for 48 yards and added a -1-yard catch in Sunday's win over Tampa Bay. The 13 carries tied a season-high for Jennings, who had seen just 15 combined carries in the previous two weeks combined. Though he's the team leader in carries, the Giants' decision to alternate Jennings, Shane Vereen, Andre Williams and Orleans Darkwa in the backfield makes it extremely difficult to depend on any of them from week to week. Jennings has not scored on the ground since Week 1 or at all since Week 4 and has yet to top 92 total yards in any game this season, so there seems to be limited risk in sitting him and watching him dominate on your bench.

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    Giants' Rashad Jennings: Leading rusher in shootout

    Jennings led the Giants with 54 rushing yards on 10 carries, and caught 2-of-3 targets for 31 more yards in Sunday's 52-49 loss to the Saints. This game was all about passing, as Eli Manning and Drew Brees combined for a ridiculous 13 touchdowns. Though it's disappointing that Jennings failed to score, his 5.4 yards-per-carry average and decent workload on the ground were both encouraging signs for his outlook moving forward.

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    Giants' Rashad Jennings: Just five carries in win

    Jennings had just five carries for 19 yards and was not targeted in the passing game in Sunday's 27-20 win over the Cowboys. Even though the Giants' backfield has sort of been a three-headed monster so far this season, Jennings had seen most of the carries, at least until Sunday, when they suddenly mixed in Orleans Darkwa, who had eight carries for 48 yards and a touchdown. Jennings is not making many big plays, with just one run of 20+ yards this year, so perhaps that was the reason for his lack of usage. Also, Dallas controlled the ball for nearly 40 minutes, so the Giants couldn't get much going in general offensively. Assuming he gets more touches next week, the veteran Jennings could post decent numbers at New Orleans, which has been generous to opposing RBs so far this season.

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