Ware rushed twice for 12 yards and caught four passes for 69 yards Sunday against the Browns. A week after being held out of the box score completely, Ware fell just short of a season-high mark for all-purpose yards. His reps will likely remain extremely limited as long as Kareem Hunt is available, but Ware remains the clear direct backup should Hunt miss time.
Ware played just nine offensive snaps and didn't have single touch Sunday against the Browns. After being expected to contribute in some meaningful fashion this season, Ware's offensive role has been spotty at best. He remains the top backup option should Kareem Hunt be unavailable, but Ware possesses little value as a backup.
Ware notched 59 rushing yards on eight carries and caught three passes for 30 yards Sunday against the Bengals. Ware saw his largest workload of the season in Sunday's affair and took advantage with a 34-yard scamper to boost his average to 7.4 yards per carry. Until it's proven that Ware will regularly be involved in the offensive game plan, he can be left on the waiver wire in many leagues.
Ware totaled two carries for five yards and two catches on three targets for nine yards Sunday night despite playing just 16 snaps against the Patriots. Kareem Hunt once against starred for the Chiefs against the Patriots, racking up 185 all-purpose yards and a touchdown. Ware is unlikely to see much action while Hunt remains healthy, but he remains the direct backup should Hunt be sidelined.
Ware rushed once for no gain and caught one pass for 13 yards Sunday against the Jaguars. Ware owns just four total touches in the last two weeks, suggesting the team has decided to ride Kareem Hunt out of the backfield. He remains the direct backup in the event Hunt is unavailable.
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