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Rushing Attempts
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Rushing Yards
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Average Yards per Rush
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Longest Rush
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Rushing Touchdowns
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Jan 8, 2023 4 13 3.3 5 0 2
Jan 1, 2023 2 0 0.0 4 0
Dec 24, 2022 7 8 1.1 4 0 1
Dec 17, 2022 4 24 6.0 9 0 2
Dec 11, 2022 4 6 1.5 4 0

Fantasy Stats

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Average Yards per Rush
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Fumbles Lost
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Receptions
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Receiving Yards
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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
2022 468 3.80 3 35 210 1 774.5
2021 386 4.95 5 22 174 8710.9
2020 841 4.25 6 38 304 5 18011.3
3y Avg. 469 4.42 4 32 254 2 1079.7
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Fantasy News

  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Heads to free agency

    Hunt, who returned to Sunday's game after being evaluated for a head injury, finished with four carries for 13 yards and caught three of four targets for 15 yards in a 28-14 loss to Pittsburgh in Week 18. In terms of combined yards, the 28 were Hunt's most since Week 13. Coming off a three-touch, minus-1 yard performance in Week 17, it seems Hunt was given a chance to showcase his wares in advance of the free-agent market this offseason. The year began as an effort to make Hunt and Nick Chubb work as a tandem backfield, but the plan devolved as Cleveland's season went sideways. A healthy Chubb was expected to cap Hunt's opportunities, but the Deshaun Watson-less Browns fell into a funk, and the Ohio native saw his touches diminish over the second half of the season. Hunt averaged 12 touches per contest over the first eight weeks but dropped to seven over the final nine games. The six-year veteran enters free agency this offseason, and there's a strong chance Hunt hits the open market beginning March 15 at 4:00 PM.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Returns to Sunday's contest

    Hunt (head) returned to Sunday's game against the Steelers, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Hunt briefly left Sunday's game to get evaluated for a head injury, but he's presumably cleared concussion protocol and returned to the contest. Before leaving, he totaled three rushing attempts for 10 yards and caught all three of his targets for 15 receiving yards.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Exits Sunday's game

    Hunt is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Steelers due to a head injury, Jake Trotter of ESPN.com reports. Prior to exiting the contest, Hunt had carried three times for 10 yards and caught all three of his targets for 15 yards while working behind Cleveland's top back, Nick Chubb.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Three touches in win

    Hunt had two carries for zero yards and caught his only target for minus-1 yard in Sunday's 24-10 win over the Commanders in Week 17. This was a season low in touches and yards for Hunt, who played 18 snaps for a 32-percent share in what could have been his penultimate game in a Browns uniform. His contract is up after this season, and the organization appears to have shifted to the future after it was eliminated from the postseason in Week 16. Rookie running back Jerome Ford was given a season-high seven offensive snaps and had five carries for nine yards, a sign that he will become the top backup to Nick Chubb in 2023.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Limited to 22 total yards in loss

    Hunt rushed seven times for eight yards and brought in all three targets for 14 yards in the Browns' 17-10 loss to the Saints on Saturday. The weather was conducive to a big workload for the ground attack, but Hunt still logged 17 fewer carries than backfield mate Nick Chubb. Hunt's carry total was his second highest since Week 5 and his catch tally a high-water mark since Week 8, but his game-to-game workload is anything but trustworthy heading into a Week 17 road matchup against the Commanders on Sunday, Jan. 1.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Tallies 27 total yards

    Hunt had four carries for 24 yards and caught his lone target for three yards in Saturday's 13-3 win over the Ravens in Week 15. Hunt's five touches were his second-fewest of the season, and he was held to under 30 combined yards for the third time in the last four games. The 27-year-old back hasn't found the end zone since Week 7.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Six touches in loss

    Hunt rushed four times for six yards and caught two of four targets for another six yards in Sunday's 23-10 loss to Cincinnati. The Bengals did a good job of taking away the Browns' running game, and Hunt's 12 combined yards was his second fewest in 13 games this season. He had three red-zone carries and a target, giving him 24 rushes and six targets inside the opponents' 20-yard line on the year, so Nick Chubb's backup could still be a fantasy factor despite his declining workload.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Tallies 74 total yards

    Hunt rushed the ball nine times for 56 yards in Sunday's 27-14 win over the Texans. He added two receptions on three targets for 18 yards. While a modest total, Hunt's nine carries marked his highest total since Week 8. He made the most of his opportunity by ripping off gains of 15 and 11 yards to also tally his highest yardage total on the ground since Week 2. Hunt has only three total touchdowns on the season, which makes him difficult to trust on a weekly basis combined with his relatively limited involvement in the Browns' offense.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Six touches in win

    Hunt had five carries for 15 yards and caught one of two targets for six yards in Sunday's 23-17 overtime win over Tampa Bay in Week 12. While it was a good day for the ground game as a whole -- 189 yards, 5.6 YPC -- it was another quiet game for Hunt, who has 21 combined yards or fewer in the four of the last six games. He opened the season averaging 12 carries and 15 touches through the first five games, but those averages dropped to six carries and eight touches in the subsequent six weeks. His role as a receiving back could improve beginning Week 13 at Houston, the first game quarterback Deshaun Watson is eligible to play following an 11-game suspension.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: RBs to Sit

    Hunt had another disappointing game in Week 11 at Buffalo with five carries for 32 yards and two catches for 22 yards on two targets. That's now four times in his past five games with seven total touches or less, and he only has one touchdown over that span. It's hard to expect a breakout game against the Buccaneers as long as Nick Chubb is healthy, and Tampa Bay is No. 6 in fewest Fantasy points allowed to opposing running backs for the season. Hunt is barely worth using as a flex option this week in the majority of leagues.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Quiet day in loss

    Hunt carried five times for 32 yards and caught both of his targets for 22 yards in Sunday's 31-23 loss to the Bills. Buffalo stifled the Browns' vaunted rushing attack, although Hunt found some room on his limited touches as a runner. While it's been mainly the Nick Chubb show in the backfield, a gifted receiver like Hunt could experience a renaissance when Deshaun Watson becomes available starting in Week 13.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: RBs to Sit

    I wish the Browns had traded Hunt to give him the chance at a featured role. Now, that won't happen unless Nick Chubb gets injured, which no one wants to see. Hunt has seven total touches or less in three of his past four games, and predictably he's scored seven PPR points or less in each of those outings. The Bills have allowed seven running backs to score at least 12 PPR points this season, but six of them had at least 12 carries against Buffalo (Chase Edmonds in Week 3 had six carries for 21 yards and two touchdowns). Hunt has not had 12 carries in a game since Week 3. He's a flex at best in this matchup on the road.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    The Browns have given us enough evidence to no longer trust Hunt, even in a favorable matchup. Maybe that changes if the weather turns out to really cause some havoc (heavy winds and snow), but short of that his workload makes him tough to trust in any lineup.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Minimal impact in loss

    Hunt rushed six times for nine yards and secured his only target for 10 yards in the Browns' 39-17 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday. Hunt's disappointing afternoon saw him partly limited by game script, as even backfield leader Nick Chubb logged only 11 carries. Hunt's single-digit rushing yardage tally was his second in the last three games, but he'll hope for more opportunity in a Week 12 road matchup against the Bills.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    The day after Hunt's last game, the Browns could have tried to trade him. They didn't. While they're sure to have some fresh wrinkles on offense coming off the bye week, Fantasy managers should feel relatively good about Hunt's chances to see over 10 touches, if not close to 15 touches like in his last game. If he does, there's hope for double-digit Fantasy points in all formats. He's a low-end starter worth trusting over Khalil Herbert, Brian Robinson and any Broncos running back.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Larger workload ahead of deadline

    Hunt rushed 11 times for 42 yards and caught all four of his targets for 30 yards in Monday's 32-13 win over the Bengals. Perhaps being showcased for a trade before Tuesday's deadline, Hunt tied his season high with four receptions, all in the first half. By the end of the game, he also tied his season high of 15 touches while coming two scrimmage yards short of his season best from back in Week 2. Hunt could see an uptick in value if he's traded to a team searching for a lead back. Otherwise, he'll continue to settle for change-of-pace duties behind Nick Chubb after Cleveland's Week 9 bye.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: RBs to Sit

    Hunt scored in Week 7 at Baltimore to save his stat line, but he otherwise finished with five carries for 4 yards, along with one catch for 4 yards on two targets. He has scored eight PPR points or less in five of his past six games, and the only time you can consider using Hunt as a Fantasy starter will be if Nick Chubb misses any time due to injury. The Bengals have also allowed just one rushing touchdown to a running back since Week 2. Nick Chubb should be fine, but Hunt is only worth consideration in deeper leagues.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Could be dealt

    The Browns are willing to trade Hunt prior to Tuesday's deadline, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Hunt, who is on the final year of his contract with Cleveland and seeking a new deal, requested a trade back in August. Schefter reports that the Browns are now open to Hunt's request to be dealt, and that the team expects to receive either a 2023 fourth-round pick or an asset better than the 2024 compensatory pick that would come its way if the running back were to depart in free agency. Hunt logged double-digit carries in the first five games of the season, but he's combined for just nine rushing opportunities in the Browns' last two contests. If trade talks are truly heating up, it could impact Hunt's involvement in Monday's contest against the Bengals.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    I called Hunt a touchdown-needy Fantasy back last week, and he did score but was otherwise so under-utilized that his Fantasy numbers still dragged. No one can feel good about starting him given his downturn, and the tough matchup doesn't help at all. He once again may struggle to get even nine PPR points. I'd rather start Michael Carter, Latavius Murray and, as PPR flexes go, Donovan Peoples-Jones.
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  • Browns' Kareem Hunt: Salvages day with TD

    Hunt rushed five times for four yards and a touchdown and secured one of two targets for four yards in the Browns' 23-20 loss to the Ravens on Sunday. Hunt produced his lowest rushing yardage output of the season but was able to punch in a two-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter to prevent his afternoon from being a complete fantasy washout. Hunt now has just 16 rushing yards on nine carries in the last two games after logging double-digit attempts and at least 46 rushing yards in each of the first five contests of the campaign.
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