Morris finished 2020 with 55 carries for 238 yards (4.3 YPC) and one touchdown. Morris was reasonably effective as Wayne Gallman's backup after Saquon Barkley went down, but the journeyman veteran is unlikely to serve as more than a depth piece if he makes a team next year.
Morris rushed three times for four yards and caught his lone target for nine yards in Sunday's 27-13 loss to the Ravens. Morris played just eight of 64 snaps on offense, finishing third among Giants running backs in the pecking order. His playing time has fluctuated this season, and he's averaged just 6.6 touches per game over eight weeks with the team.
Morris had seven carries for 39 yards on 13 offensive snaps Sunday night against the Browns. The veteran RB is Wayne Gallman's primary early-down backup, and while he's currently averaging an impressive 4.7 yards per carry, Morris' track record highlights his limited skill set.
Morris had three carries for seven yards on six snaps in Sunday's loss to the Cardinals. Morris has marginal fantasy value to begin with, but he's especially unusable when the Giants fall behind. He'll continue to back up Wayne Gallman for the time being.
Morris carried the ball eight times for 39 yards and a touchdown in Week 13 against the Seahawks. He added one reception for six yards and a touchdown. Morris was out-touched by Wayne Gallman 16-9, though he vultured two touchdowns to account for his production. His first trip to the end zone came on a four-yard rush, which came one play after Gallman broke free for a 60-yard gain. On the Giants' following offensive possession, Morris caught a six-yard touchdown when he leaked from the backfield uncovered. Though he won't serve as the team's lead back, Morris could continue to see goal-line work in Week 14 against Arizona if Devonta Freeman (ankle/hamstring/illness) remains sidelined.
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