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Sep 25, 2022 3 8 2.7 6 0 3
Sep 18, 2022 3 9 3.0 4 0 5
Sep 11, 2022 3 8 2.7 5 0 4

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2022 25 2.78 16 106
2021 212 4.42 2 43 397 2 847.6
2020 365 4.29 1 1 80 589 2 1106.9
3y Avg. 261 4.58 1 0 52 406 2 846
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Fantasy News

  • Commanders' J.D. McKissic: Week 4 Waiver Priority List

    Brian Robinson's impending return in Week 5 could change things in Washington's backfield, with Antonio Gibson taking on more of a receiving role, but for now continue to view McKissic as the Commanders pass catcher in the backfield. In the past two games against Detroit and Philadelphia, with Washington chasing points, McKissic has 13 catches for 86 yards on 16 targets. The Commanders could be chasing points again in Week 4 at Dallas, and McKissic could once again be heavily involved in the passing game. In PPR, he's worth adding for up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Commanders' J.D. McKissic: Week 4 Adds (RB Preview)

    McKissic is the one back you could add as a PPR flex who isn't injury-dependent. He's seen 16 targets in his past two games and has seen his snap share increase every week this season.
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  • Commanders' J.D. McKissic: Ineffective on checkdown targets

    McKissic ran for eight yards on three carries and caught six passes for 32 yards on nine targets against Philadelphia on Sunday. Washington has seemingly prioritized McKissic's pass-catching usage the last two weeks, funneling 16 targets his way that have netted 13 receptions for 86 yards. The surge in checkdown targets has coincided with Washington losing its last two games, but the work through the air should keep coming as long as offensive coordinator Scott Turner continues to prioritize the veteran back's pass-catching prowess.
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  • Commanders' J.D. McKissic: Catches seven passes

    McKissic took three carries for nine yards and caught each of his seven targets for 54 yards in Sunday's 36-27 loss to the Lions. McKissic played 46 percent of Washington's offensive snaps, up a tick from Week 1 (40 percent) when he got only three carries and three targets. He had a decent PPR showing Sunday, but McKissic actually has two fewer targets than Antonio Gibson so far this season, with his 10 accounting for only 11.8 percent of the team total. McKissic should be good for around 5-10 touches in a Week 3 home game against the Eagles.
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  • Commanders' J.D. McKissic: Draws three targets Week 1

    McKissic carried the ball three times for eight yards and secured all three of his targets for 20 yards during Sunday's 28-22 win over Jacksonville. Though he's ostensibly Washington's passing-down back, McKissic saw five fewer targets than fellow running back Antonio Gibson's eight (a career-high total). McKissic re-signed with Washington this offseason after his deal with the Bills fell through, but the Commanders may now look to make a more concerted effort to get Gibson involved as a receiver. McKissic averaged 6.9 targets per game in 2020 and 4.8 in 2021, but if Gibson eats into his volume this season, fantasy relevance may prove difficult to attain.
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  • Commanders' J.D. McKissic: Week 1 Adds (RB Preview)

    McKissic should have a bigger role early in the season because Antonio Gibson is the only back he'll have to share with. In full PPR he could be used as a borderline No. 2 running back or a high-end flex, especially in a matchup against a Jacksonville defense that we don't expect to be very good.
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  • Commanders' J.D. McKissic: Not listed on injury report

    McKissic (groin) isn't listed on the Week 1 injury report ahead of Sunday's matchup with Jacksonville, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. McKissic missed some practice time and a preseason game with a groin injury, but he shouldn't have any limitations in the season opener. It'll likely be McKissic and Antonio Gibson getting most of the snaps at running back, with Jonathan Williams also an option while Brian Robinson (leg) is on the reserve/non-football injury list for at least the first four weeks of the season.
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  • Commanders' J.D. McKissic: Week 1 Waiver Priority List

    McKissic is worth a roster spot in all PPR leagues, and he should have a defined role for Washington even when Robinson is healthy. McKissic will play on passing downs, and he had seven games last year of the 11 that he played with at least four catches. McKissic will be tough to trust in non- and 0.5-PPR leagues, but in PPR we could use McKissic as a flex. He's worth up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Commanders' J.D. McKissic: Week 1 Priority List

    McKissic is worth a roster spot in all PPR leagues, and he should have a defined role for Washington even when Robinson is healthy. McKissic will play on passing downs, and he had seven games last year of the 11 that he played with at least four catches. McKissic will be tough to trust in non- and 0.5-PPR leagues, but in PPR we could use McKissic as a flex. He's worth up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Commanders' J.D. McKissic: Week 1 Adds

    McKissic should have a bigger role early in the season, as Antonio Gibson is the only back he'll have to share with. In full PPR he could be used as a borderline No. 2 running back or a high-end flex, especially in a matchup against a Jacksonville defense that we don't expect to be very good.
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  • Commanders' J.D. McKissic: Ruled out this weekend

    McKissic (groin) will not play in Saturday's preseason game against Kansas City, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports. McKissic's absence could allow Antonio Gibson and/or Brian Robinson to get more passing-down work with Carson Wentz and the first-team offense.
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  • Commanders' J.D. McKissic: Held out of practice

    McKissic will not practice Thursday due to a groin injury, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Coach Ron Rivera said McKissic is dealing with a groin injury, but it doesn't seem that the third-down specialist is dealing with a long-term issue so far. The fact that McKissic is dealing with such an injury could lead to his being held out of Saturday's preseason contest against the Chiefs, though, even if as a precaution. This preseason has seen rookie third-round pick Brian Robinson begin to make a case for increased opportunities in Washington's backfield, and presumed No. 1 option Antonio Gibson logged an unusual practice session Wednesday that saw him handle reps with the special-teams unit.
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  • Bills' J.D. McKissic: Signing with Bills

    McKissic is slated to sign a two-year deal with the Bills, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. According to Schefter, McKissic's deal with the Bills is for $7 million, with the potential for another $1 million in incentives. The 28-year-old carried the ball 48 times for 212 yards and two TDs in 2021, adding 43 catches for 397 yards and a pair of receiving scores in 11 games for Washington. He'll provide Buffalo with an adept pass catcher out of the backfield in 2022, a context that puts McKissic on the PPR radar while working behind the team's top back, Devin Singletary. The Bills also have Zack Moss under contract for the next two seasons.
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  • Football Team's J.D. McKissic: Not playing Week 18

    McKissic (concussion) wasn't among the players added to Washington's roster Saturday ahead of Sunday's season finale against the Giants. Considering Washington never designated McKissic to return from injured reserve following his move off the active roster Dec. 21, the decision not to activate him for Week 18 hardly comes as a surprise. Washington will have Antonio Gibson, Jaret Patterson and Jonathan Williams as its available running backs for the finale.
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  • Football Team's J.D. McKissic: Out three more games

    Washington placed McKissic (concussion) on injured reserve Tuesday. McKissic was already set to miss a third consecutive game Tuesday in Philadelphia, but his move to IR ensures that he'll also remain out Week 16 in Dallas and for the Week 17 rematch with the Eagles in Washington. The Football Team's decision to shut McKissic down through Week 17 doesn't come as a major surprise, as he was unable to practice in any fashion this week. With McKissic deactivated, lead back Antonio Gibson should be in line to pick up more passing-down work, while Jaret Patterson and Jonathan Williams handle small depth roles behind him.
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  • Football Team's J.D. McKissic: DNP on Saturday

    McKissic (concussion) didn't practice Saturday, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. McKissic has yet to practice this week and has logged very little on-field work since suffering a concussion and neck injury during Week 12 action against the Seahawks. Washington's Week 15 game versus the Eagles has been pushed back from Sunday to Tuesday due to COVID-19 concerns within the Football Team, giving him a bit more time to get through the league's five phases of the protocol for head injuries. Having said that, McKissic appears to be trending toward a third straight absence, which again would open the door for No. 1 running back Antonio Gibson to pick up a three-down role.
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  • Football Team's J.D. McKissic: Idle for another practice

    McKissic (concussion) didn't participate in Thursday's practice, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. McKissic looked to be advancing through the concussion protocol last week after he managed limited practices Thursday and Friday before being ruled out in advance of Washington's 27-20 loss to Dallas, but the running back appears to have since suffered a setback. He's now been listed as a non-participant in two straight practices, which suggests his absence from Wednesday's session wasn't merely a maintenance day. Even if he gets back on the field as a limited participant Friday, McKissic will still need to get the green light to take contact in addition to gaining clearance from an independent neurologist in order to play Sunday in Philadelphia. Given the multiple obstacles in his way, McKissic appears likely to sit out a third consecutive game.
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  • Football Team's J.D. McKissic: Inactive for second straight week

    McKissic (concussion) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Cowboys, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports. McKissic made enough progress through the NFL's five-step concussion protocol this week to return to practice as a limited participant Thursday and Friday, but he doesn't appear to have been deemed ready for full contact or cleared by an independent neurologist. As such, he'll remain out for a second straight game, which should give top back Antonio Gibson a clear path to a three-down role once again. In addition to carrying 23 times for 88 yards, Gibson drew six targets -- one short of his season-high total -- and caught five passes for 23 yards and a touchdown in last week's win over the Raiders.
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  • Football Team's J.D. McKissic: Unlikely to play Week 14

    McKissic (concussion) remains listed as questionable but is considered unlikely to play in Sunday's game against the Cowboys, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. After sitting out the Week 13 win over the Raiders, McKissic returned to practice this week as a limited participant Thursday and Friday, but he doesn't look like he's received clearance from an independent neurologist, the final step in the running back exiting the concussion protocol. As a result, McKissic appears likely to miss his second consecutive game, potentially paving the way for Antonio Gibson to take on an expanded role as a pass catcher in addition to his normal role as Washington's lead option on the ground. Final word on McKissic's status will come when Washington reveals its inactive list 90 minutes prior to Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Football Team's J.D. McKissic: Questionable, still in protocol

    McKissic (concussion) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cowboys, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. McKissic was a limited practice participant Friday and remains in the concussion protocol. He's still hoping to gain clearance before Sunday, after Antonio Gibson and Wendell Smallwood split McKissic's usual snaps in the win over Las Vegas last week.
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