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Jan 8, 2023 12 68 5.7 21 0 6
Jan 1, 2023 13 35 2.7 7 0 3
Dec 24, 2022 21 165 7.9 38 1 22
Dec 18, 2022 10 9 0.9 5 0
Dec 11, 2022 21 74 3.5 11 0 7

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2022 914 4.50 5 5 26 1176.9
2021 566 4.26 3 1 9 123 849.3
2020 95 4.32 1 5 1 152.5
3y Avg. 330 4.23 2 0 5 64 0 516.4
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Ejected in finale

    Foreman rushed 12 times for 68 yards prior to being ejected early in the third quarter of Sunday's 10-7 win over the Saints. Foreman and Saints defensive end Marcus Davenport were both disqualified after exchanging punches following a play with nearly 12 minutes remaining in the third quarter. Thanks to a long run of 21 yards, it had been a productive day for Foreman, who elevated his performance this season after Carolina traded fellow tailback Christian McCaffrey in October. In 17 games, including eight starts, Foreman rushed 203 times for 914 yards (4.5 per carry) and five touchdowns. Although he hardly contributed in the passing game while catching just five of nine targets for 26 yards, Foreman will now become an unrestricted free agent coming off his best campaign as a pro. At 26 years old, it'll be interesting to see whether the Panthers seek to re-sign Foreman to once again work alongside Chuba Hubbard, or whether the 235-pound tailback finds a prominent role elsewhere.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Available in Week 18

    Foreman (knee) is listed as active Sunday at New Orleans, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports. Foreman didn't make an appearance on Carolina's injury report until Friday due to a knee issue, which resulted in a cap on his reps and a listing of questionable for Week 18 action. In the end, though, the health concern won't keep him from suiting up Sunday. If he's able to handle his normal workload, Foreman should be in line for the 18.4 touches per game that he's averaged over the 10 contests since Christian McCaffrey was dealt to the 49ers after Week 6.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: RBs to Sit

    Foreman had a disappointing game in Week 17 at Tampa Bay with 13 carries for 35 yards and no catches, and he's now scored eight PPR points or less in three of his past four games. He could have another poor outing in Week 18 at the Saints, who have allowed just two rushing touchdowns to running backs since Week 8. Foreman will continue to share touches with Chuba Hubbard, and Foreman's lack of work in the passing game makes him risky when facing a top-tier run defense. He should only be considered a flex option in non-PPR leagues.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Added to injury report

    Foreman was added to the practice report Friday as a limited participant with a knee injury and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against New Orleans. An end-of-week addition to the injury report puts Foreman's availability into question for the season finale. If he's deemed inactive ahead of the 1 p.m. ET kickoff, Carolina will rely on Chuba Hubbard and Raheem Blackshear out of the backfield. Interim head coach Steve Wilks said Friday that he expects Foreman to be a game-time decision, according to Joe Person of The Athletic.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Stymied on ground Sunday

    Foreman rushed 13 times for 35 yards and wasn't targeted in the passing game in the Panthers' 30-24 loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday. On the heels of a career-best 165-yard rushing effort against the Lions in Week 16, Foreman plummeted back down to earth against a Buccaneers run defense that put together one of its better performances of the season. Foreman's lackluster production was naturally very ill-timed from a fantasy perspective, but he'll have a chance to atone for those holding him in leagues still active in Week 18 when the Panthers close out the season on the road against the Saints.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Start Him in Non-PPR (Lineup Decisions)

    The Panthers are playing well on both sides of the ball, enough to believe in another large workload for Foreman. When he's had a lot of carries, he's usually had good numbers. Expect it to continue, even in a high-stakes road matchup. In non-PPR I'd start Foreman over Leonard Fournette, Brian Robinson and Aaron Jones, but in PPR Foreman is ahead of Robinson plus Rachaad White, Zonovan Knight and Devin Singletary.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Massive numbers in win

    Foreman rushed 21 times for 165 yards and a touchdown in the Panthers' 37-23 win over the Lions on Saturday. Foreman and backfield mate Chuba Hubbard consistently gashed a Lions run defense that had been one of the best in the league in recent weeks. Foreman's yardage tally was a career-high figure, and it marked his fifth time eclipsing the 100-yard mark for the season. The bruising back has proven himself an excellent big-bodied complement to the fleeter Hubbard, and he'll aim to play a critical role once more in a Week 17 divisional road showdown against the Buccaneers that could decide the NFC South crown.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: RBs to Sit

    Foreman was great for Fantasy managers after Christian McCaffrey got traded prior to Week 7. Foreman scored at least 11 PPR points in four of his first six games as the lead running back for the Panthers and had four games with at least 113 rushing yards. But in his past two outings he scored just eight PPR points combined against Seattle and Pittsburgh, and he was miserable against the Steelers with 10 carries for 9 yards. He also has just one catch in his past five outings so he's not helping you in the passing game, and Chuba Hubbard could be the better Panthers running back in Week 16. The Lions have become one of the toughest matchups for opposing running backs as well. No running back has scored more than 10 PPR points against Detroit in the past eight games. I would only use Foreman as a desperation flex in Week 16.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Struggles in defeat

    Foreman rushed 10 times for nine yards in Sunday's 24-16 loss to the Steelers. Foreman and the Panthers' running game were bottled up completely, as the team managed just 21 yards on its 16 total attempts. Although Foreman also fumbled once, teammate Stephen Sullivan fortunately recovered his miscue. Without any involvement in the passing game, it was a total dud performance from Foreman in Sunday's defeat.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Sleeper RBs

    I have Foreman more as a flex this week than a No. 2 running back, but I don't have any hesitation starting him against the Steelers. Pittsburgh has allowed a running back to score at least 18 PPR points in three of the past four games, and Foreman should still be the lead back in Carolina. Now, the Panthers will also give Chuba Hubbard work, and Hubbard is also worth using as a flex. In Week 14 at Seattle, Foreman had 21 carries for 74 yards, along with one catch for 1 yard, and Hubbard had 14 carries for 74 yards and a touchdown and three catches for 25 yards on three targets.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    I have Foreman more as a flex this week than a No. 2 running back, but I don't have any hesitation starting him against the Steelers. Pittsburgh has allowed a running back to score at least 18 PPR points in three of the past four games, and Foreman should still be the lead back in Carolina. Now, the Panthers will also give Chuba Hubbard work, and Hubbard is also worth using as a flex. In Week 14 at Seattle, Foreman had 21 carries for 74 yards, along with one catch for 1 yard, and Hubbard had 14 carries for 74 yards and a touchdown and three catches for 25 yards on three targets.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Tops 20 carries

    Foreman rushed 21 times for 74 yards in Sunday's 30-24 win over the Seahawks. He also caught his only target for one yard. Foreman led the Panthers in carries despite being listed with a foot injury earlier in the week. While he matched Chuba Hubbard for the team's lead in rushing yardage, both Hubbard and third-string tailback Raheem Blackshear managed to find the end zone while Foreman didn't. While they also made larger contributions in the passing game, Foreman's status as Carolina's bell cow over the second half of the season gives his value a solid floor ahead of Week 15's matchup versus Pittsburgh.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Cleared for Week 14

    Foreman (foot) was a full practice participant Friday and doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game in Seattle. Coming out of the Panthers' Week 13 bye, Foreman didn't practice Wednesday due to the foot issue, but he returned to the field Thursday as a limited participant before closing the week with an uncapped session. Foreman thus looks poised to return to his usual duties as the Panthers' lead option on the ground, with Chuba Hubbard on hand behind him for complementary work out of the backfield. Foreman draws a favorable Week 14 matchup against a Seattle defense that ranks 31st in the NFL with 155.3 rushing yards allowed per game.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Returns to limited practice

    Foreman (foot) was limited at practice Thursday, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports. In the wake of Carolina's Week 13 bye, Foreman was held out of drills Wednesday as he tends to a rib injury. He took a step in the right direction with his upgrade in participation Thursday, and Friday's practice report will reveal whether or not he exits the week with a designation for Sunday's game at Seattle. If Foreman ends up limited or out this weekend, Chuba Hubbard would be the biggest beneficiary out of the Panthers backfield.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Back at practice

    Foreman (foot) was in attendance for Thursday's practice and was sporting full pads during the portion of the session that was open to the media, Joe Person of The Athletic reports. After being listed as a non-participant in the Panthers' first official session Wednesday following the team's Week 13 bye, Foreman looks poised to go down as a limited or full participant when Carolina releases its second Week 14 injury report later Thursday. For his part, Foreman told Person on Wednesday that he's 95 percent certain he'll be able to play Sunday against the Seahawks. With that in mind, fantasy managers shouldn't worry too much about Foreman's availability this weekend, even if he goes down as a limited participant at Thursday's practice.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Practice absence confirmed

    Foreman (foot/ribs) didn't practice Wednesday, David Newton of ESPN.com reports. Foreman said he's dealing with injuries to his foot and ribs coming out of Carolina's Week 13 bye, but he tentatively expects to play in Sunday's game at Seattle. It's worth noting that he was rested on some Wednesdays previously after handling large workloads, so there shouldn't be much concern about his availability against the Seahawks so long as he returns to practice Thursday.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Not spotted at Wednesday's practice

    Foreman isn't present for the open portion of Wednesday's practice due to foot and rib injuries, Joe Person of The Athletic reports. The foot injury is one that Foreman sustained during the Panthers' Week 12 win over the Broncos and is something he's apparently still nursing coming out of Carolina's bye week. Person adds that Foreman noted Monday that he's also dealing with a rib injury, but he expects neither that issue nor the foot concern to prevent him from taking the field Sunday in Seattle. Over his last six appearances, Foreman has logged four 100-yard rushing performances, though in both of the other two contests he failed to eclipse 25 yards on the ground.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Bounces back against Denver

    Foreman rushed the ball 24 times for 113 yards in Sunday's 23-10 win over the Broncos. Foreman split work with Chuba Hubbard fairly evenly -- particularly early in the game -- as the duo combined for 41 rushing attempts in a run-heavy attack for Carolina. Foreman was also efficient, ripping off three double-digit gains to top 100 rushing yards for the fourth time this season and for as many times in the team's last six games. The Panthers are heading into a Week 13 bye, but Foreman will likely continue to shoulder a heavy workload for the rest of the season.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Bust Alert (Start/Sit)

    Foreman will hopefully benefit with Sam Darnold taking over at quarterback for the Panthers, but this could still be another shaky performance against the Broncos at home. While Denver's run defense has been suspect at times this season, only four running backs have scored touchdowns against the Broncos. Foreman has scored four PPR points or less in two of his past three games, and he was wrecked by the Ravens in Week 11 with just 11 carries for 24 yards and no catches on one target. I still consider him a flex play in the majority of leagues because he should lead Carolina in touches, but if he doesn't score then his Fantasy production could be minimal given his limited involvement in the passing game (four catches for 25 yards on eight targets in his past five games). And Foreman played fewer snaps than Chuba Hubbard against the Ravens, which hopefully isn't a sign of things to come.
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  • Panthers' D'Onta Foreman: Shut down in Week 11 loss

    Foreman rushed 11 times for 24 yards and failed to bring in his only target in the Panthers' 13-3 loss to the Ravens on Sunday. Foreman's chances of another breakout effort were slim coming in considering the Ravens' elite run defense, and an unproductive afternoon did indeed come to pass for the veteran back. Despite the quiet performance, Foreman still served in the clear lead role over backfield mate Chuba Hubbard, but both players will have another difficult matchup against a tough Broncos defense in a Week 12 home matchup.
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