Terrance West

#27 RB / Baltimore Ravens / EXP: 2YRS Height: 5-10 Weight: 225 lb Age: 25 College: Towson Bye 9,18,19,20,21

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Ravens' Terrance West: Fails to impress with Ravens

    West had 46 carries for 180 yards and four catches for 21 yards in six games with the Ravens. West, a Baltimore native, was traded from the Browns to the Titans in September, then later released by Tennessee in November. He caught on with his hometown team and even had a significant role in a few late-season games, but with Justin Forsett (arm) and Lorenzo Taliaferro (foot) both expected back in 2016, West doesn't necessarily have a future in Baltimore.

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    Ravens' Terrance West: Little production despite double-digit touches

    West carried 13 times for 42 yards in Sunday's win over the Steelers. The second-year back saw an increased workload as the Ravens led throughout and looked to milk the clock, but responded with an underwhelming 3.2 yards per carry. Rookie Buck Allen was given another shot after being benched last week due to fumble issues, and he was able to rack up 114 total yards and a score on 23 touches. As such, West should remain the backup for the season finale against the Bengals.

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    Ravens' Terrance West: Leads backfield in touches versus Chiefs

    West carried a team-high seven times for 35 yards and caught both targets for another 11 yards in Sunday's loss to the Chiefs. The second-year back was the busiest member of the Baltimore backfield Sunday, as Buck Allen was benched after fumbling for the second straight week. The Ravens abandoned the run for the most part after going down big on the scoreboard, but West's average of five yards per carry was impressive versus a stout Chiefs run defense. Allen should get another chance to shoulder the load, but West could see an expanded role next week versus Pittsburgh.

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    Ravens' Terrance West: Suits up Sunday

    West (calf) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs. West is in uniform Sunday, but he's working behind Javorius Allen, which limits his fantasy ceiling in Week 15.

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    Ravens' Terrance West: Listed as questionable for Sunday

    West (calf) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs. Added to the Thursday injury report as a limited participant, West was downgraded to a non-participant at Friday's session. He thus appears highly questionable for Sunday's game, with Terrence Magee next in line to serve as Javorius Allen's top backup.

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    Ravens' Terrance West: Added to injury report

    West (calf) was limited at practice Thursday, the Baltimore Sun reports. If the injury that led to West being added to the Ravens' Week 15 injury report hampers his ability to play Sunday against the Chiefs, Terrence Magee would be next in line to back up starter Javorius Allen this weekend.

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    Ravens' Terrance West: Underwhelming performance versus Seattle

    West carried five times for just 16 yards in Sunday's loss to Seattle. He was not targeted in the passing game. The second-year back was modestly productive in his first two games after signing with Baltimore, but he found the sledding tough against a tough Seahawks defense. It didn't help that the Ravens fell behind big on the scoreboard, as West took a back seat as they aired it out, due to his lack of receiving skills. He figures to see a handful of touches per week as Buck Allen's backup, but he carries little fantasy value into next week's matchup with the Chiefs.

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    Ravens' Terrance West: Rushes for 31 yards

    West rushed for 31 yards on eight carries, and caught his lone target for five more Sunday in Miami. West once again served as Baltimore's No. 2 running back, as he was comfortably out-touched 29-9 by the highly effective Javorius Allen. It's going to be difficult for West to provide much value with his limited number of touches against a talented Seahawks defense next week.

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    Ravens' Terrance West: Rushes for 37 yards against former team

    West had seven carries for 37 yards in Monday's 33-27 win over the Browns. West looked surprisingly spry against his former team, ripping off a few nice chunks of yardage. He still played just 14 offensive snaps, compared to 36 for starter Javorius Allen, according to Pro Football Focus. There's little reason to expect a larger workload Sunday against the Dolphins, but it does appear that West is next in line to lead the Baltimore backfield in the event of an Allen injury.

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    Ravens' Terrance West: Expected to serve as top backup

    West will likely serve as the No. 2 running back in Monday's game against the Browns, the Ravens' official website reports. West is next in line behind Javorius Allen for early-down work, but the Baltimore native's lack of quickness and pass-catching skills doesn't portend much upside. Even if Allen suffers an injury, West would likely just be the early-down back in a Matt Schaub-led offense that's been decimated by injuries. Allen will likely have a three-down role Monday night, after playing every offensive snap in the second half of a Week 11 win over the Rams.

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