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Jan 8, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Jan 1, 2023 24 87 3.6 14 0 8
Dec 24, 2022 22 58 2.6 10 0 5
Dec 18, 2022 12 89 7.4 19 0 9
Dec 4, 2022 21 96 4.6 16 0 10

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2022 797 3.89 2 9 60 1 978.1
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Fantasy News

  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Ruled out for Week 18

    Robinson (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against Dallas, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Antonio Gibson (knee) missed Week 17 and was then placed on injured reserve Thursday, leaving the Commanders with Jonathan Williams and Jaret Patterson as the team's healthy running backs for the season finale. Williams had been the No. 3 option since late November, but that might be more for special-teams reasons and doesn't ensure he'll get more touches than Patterson on Sunday. Robinson, a third-round pick, wraps up his rookie year as the team's leading rusher with 205 carries for 797 yards, though he caught only nine passes in 12 games and found the end zone just three times (including once on a reception). While the Commanders could upgrade the position group this offseason, it won't necessarily be one of their priorities with the running-back room in decent hands between Robinson and Gibson.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Sitting out another practice

    Robinson (knee) wasn't present for Thursday's practice session, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Robinson has now sat out both of the Commanders' first two Week 18 practices, putting his availability in question for Sunday's game against the Cowboys. Even if Robinson demonstrates enough progress in his recovery from the knee injury to suit up this weekend, he could be in store for a more limited role than usual, given that the Commanders have been eliminated from playoff contention and may be reluctant to expose the running back to further injury heading into the offseason. With Washington moving Antonio Gibson (knee/foot) to injured reserve earlier Thursday, the team would be left with Jonathan Williams, Jaret Patterson and practice-squad member Reggie Bonnafon as its available backs if Robinson is sidelined Sunday.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson Jr.: RBs to Sit

    Robinson missed practice Wednesday for an unknown reason, but even if he plays in Week 18 he should only be used as a flex option in non-PPR leagues. Despite getting at least 22 carries in each of the past two games against San Francisco and Cleveland, Robinson has combined for just 13 PPR points. He didn't catch a pass in two games over that span on just two targets, and he's now gone six games in a row without a rushing touchdown. The Cowboys have also allowed just one touchdown to a running back in their past five games, and the Commanders offense could be tough to trust with rookie quarterback Sam Howell starting his first game.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Dealing with knee injury

    Robinson was a non-participant at practice Wednesday due to a knee injury. Neither Robinson nor Antonio Gibson (knee/foot) logged any on-field work to begin Week 18 prep, so the Commanders backfield currently is without its top two options. Gibson sat out Week 17 due to his pair of injuries, while Robinson's health concern is a new one, so the entire situation will be one to watch to get a sense of who may be available Sunday versus the Cowboys. Currently, Jonathan Williams is the only healthy running back on Washington's active roster, and Jaret Patterson is a candidate to be elevated from the practice squad if either or both of Robinson and Gibson end up sidelined for Week 18.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Impressive volume against Browns

    Robinson carried the ball 24 times for 87 yards in Sunday's 24-10 loss to the Browns. Robinson accounted for 24 of 33 carries by Commnaders' running backs in the absence of Antonio Gibson (knee), which helped him to a mediocre performance despite a lack of big plays. Robinson managed only one carry of more than 10 yards and was limited to 3.6 yards per attempt. Even so, he has at least 80 rushing yards in five of his last seven games.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson Jr.: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Antonio Gibson is dealing with a sprain of some sort (Ron Rivera did not indicate a body part on Tuesday), and if he's out in Week 17 against Cleveland then Robinson would be a starter in all leagues. This is a great matchup for the Commanders to run the ball since the Browns are No. 3 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing running backs, and 11 running backs have scored at least 12 PPR points against Cleveland this year, including two in a row. Robinson has at least 100 total yards or a touchdown in four of his past six games, and he could see an increased role in the passing game if Gibson is out. If Gibson plays, Robinson is no worse than a flex option in all leagues.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson Jr.: Sleeper RBs

    Antonio Gibson (knee) is out in Week 17 against Cleveland, and you should consider Robinson a starter in all leagues. This is a great matchup for the Commanders to run the ball since the Browns are No. 3 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing running backs, and 11 running backs have scored at least 12 PPR points against Cleveland this year, including two in a row. Robinson has at least 100 total yards or a touchdown in four of his past six games, and he could see an increased role in the passing game. Robinson has top-10 upside in non-PPR leagues and top-20 potential in PPR.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Unchallenged in lead role this week

    Robinson should have expanded usage Sunday with Antonio Gibson (knee) unavailable against the Browns, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports. Gibson was ruled out Friday after missing practice throughout the week. He'd taken a backseat to Robinson in recent weeks anyway, but this could open the door for the rookie to play more snaps and draw more targets. He's averaged 18.1 carries for 76.4 yards over the past seven games, starting each week, but with only 1.0 catch for 6.7 yards on 1.3 targets per game. Touchdowns also have been an issue with Robinson scoring only two from 582 total yards during that seven-game stretch, though that part is less about Gibson, who has only one TD (and 379 total yards) in the same span. Jonathan Williams and Jaret Patterson are the depth options behind Robinson for Week 17.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson Jr.: RBs to Sit

    Robinson has done well lately for Washington and Fantasy managers, scoring a touchdown or gaining 100 total yards in four of the past five games. He has also scored at least 12 PPR points in three of those outings. But Robinson is continuing to share playing time with Antonio Gibson, and this is a tough matchup against the 49ers, who are No. 1 in fewest Fantasy points allowed to running backs. Only one running back has scored a touchdown against San Francisco since Week 7, and no running back has rushed for 60 yards against the 49ers all year. Robinson is barely a flex this week in the majority of leagues.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Hits century mark in total yards

    Robinson had 12 carries for 89 yards and caught his lone target for 18 yards in Sunday's 20-12 loss to the Giants. Robinson came out of Washington's bye week and posted a nearly identical line to his last game against these same Giants back in Week 13. The 2022 third-round selection continued to outproduce and out-touch veteran Antonio Gibson (5/21/0), further establishing himself as the Commanders' lead back and preferred fantasy option. Robinson has hit the century mark in total yards in three consecutive weeks, with his lack of touchdowns -- three through 10 games -- being the only blemish on a strong rookie campaign. All of Washington's position players should take slight projection hits with a tough matchup looming against San Francisco's elite defense Saturday.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson Jr.: RBs to Start

    The last time we saw Robinson in Week 13 at the Giants he was great with 21 carries for 96 yards, along with two catches for 15 yards on two targets. He's now scored at least 12 PPR points in three of his past four games, and he should have another standout performance in the rematch with the Giants in Week 15. The Giants have allowed eight touchdowns to running backs in their past five games and six running backs to score at least 12 PPR points over that span. Robinson should be considered a solid No. 2 Fantasy running back in all leagues, and Antonio Gibson is worth using as a high-end flex.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson Jr.: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    We're looking at a terrific matchup for Robinson, who should have fresh legs coming off the bye with the best version possible of his O-line. He's safe for around 10 Fantasy points regardless of format with upside to get close to 20 if he scores. That's hard to overlook this week. I'd start him over the Bucs RBs, Cordarrelle Patterson, the Lions RBs and Najee Harris.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Another limited practice

    Robinson (quadriceps) practiced in a limited capacity Thursday, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports. Both Robinson and Antonio Gibson (foot) have logged back-to-back capped sessions this week following a Week 14 bye. Robinson entered the Commanders' in-season respite having recorded between 15 and 26 touches for five consecutive games, including 23 touches for 111 yards from scrimmage in the team's last contest two weeks ago against the Giants, who just so happen to be his opponent this Sunday.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Limited with quad injury

    Robinson was a limited practice participant Wednesday with a quadriceps injury, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports. Antonio Gibson (foot) also was listed as limited on Washington's first practice report after a Week 14 bye. Both running backs appear on track to play Sunday against the Giants, with Robinson the favorite to get more carries after running 39 times for 201 yards between Weeks 12 and 13. That included a 21-96-0 rushing and 2-15-0 receiving line a couple weeks ago against the same Giants defense he'll face Sunday.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson Jr.: Sleeper RBs

    It was always going to be a matter of time before Robinson started to take advantage of his touches and have a big game, and that happened in Week 12 against Atlanta. He had 18 carries for 105 yards against the Falcons, adding two catches for 20 yards and a touchdown on three targets, and he scored a season-high 20 PPR points. It's now two games in his past three outings with at least 14 PPR points, and he should have another productive stat line against the Giants in Week 13. A running back has scored or gained over 100 total yards against the Giants in six games in a row, with eight touchdowns over that span, and Robinson is worth using as No. 2 running back in all leagues for this matchup. As for Antonio Gibson, consider him a flex option for this week, especially since he's been dealing with a foot injury in practice.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson Jr.: Sit Them (Lineup Decisions)

    Starting either Commanders RB means taking a leap of faith. With Gibson, you're hoping he rebounds and sees over 16 touches like he averaged in Weeks 9 through 11. With Robinson, you're hoping he not only keeps a grip on the rushing workload, but that his rushing average continues to ascend. If any back has an edge in non-PPR, it's Robinson because he's more likely to work short-yardage situations. The edge in PPR would normally go to Gibson because of his receiving prowess, but we just don't know how healthy he is. You're better off sitting both Commanders RBs for Cordarrelle Patterson, Isiah Pacheco and Gus Edwards.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Thrives in lead role

    Robinson rushed the ball 18 times for 105 yards in Sunday's 19-13 win over the Falcons. He added two receptions for 20 yards and a touchdown. Robinson led the Washington backfield with 22 touches compared to 12 for Antonio Gibson. That likely had to do with game script, as Washington held a small lead for the majority of the game and was content to keep the ball on the ground in rainy weather. Robinson took advantage of the opportunity by topping 100 rushing yards in a game for the first time in his career while ripping off runs of 21, 12 and 11 yards to get there. He also found his way to the end zone on a 14-yard score to tally Washington's first touchdown of the day. Robinson will likely be reliant upon positive game script to replicate this type of performance, though he has shown the ability to shoulder a heavy workload.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Draws 15 carries

    Robinson ran for 57 yards on 15 carries against Houston on Sunday. It's disappointing that Robinson couldn't get more going on the ground against Houston's weak run defense, and somewhat concerning that seeming backup Antonio Gibson saw 18 carries to Robinson's 15, and three targets to Robinson's none. Gibson appears to be the team's preferred passing-down target between the two, so Robinson would ideally hold a decisive lead over Gibson as the team's preferred pure runner. The Washington backfield will continue to be a bit perplexing for fantasy managers going into a favorable matchup against the Falcons in Week 12.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson Jr.: Start Them (Lineup Decisions)

    Robinson would be beyond a must-start had he shown a sliver of efficiency in his first five games. He should still register as a low-end No. 2 running back in all formats. Antonio Gibson is preferred to Robinson in PPR, the opposite in half- and non-PPR. This week is a rare instance where starting either Commanders running back over Najee Harris, the Chiefs running backs and the Broncos running backs makes sense.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Tough sledding on ground in loss

    Robinson rushed 13 times for 44 yards and brought in both targets for minus-6 yards in the Commanders' 20-17 loss to the Vikings on Sunday. Robinson was once again mostly stymied on the ground, with his long run of the day going for just six yards. The rookie outpaced backfield mate Antonio Gibson by just two carries overall after checking in second to him in that category Week 8, but he should continue to helm the ground game in a tough Week 10 road matchup against the Eagles on Monday night, Nov. 14.
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