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Dec 4, 2022 21 96 4.6 16 0 10
Nov 27, 2022 18 105 5.8 21 0 18
Nov 20, 2022 15 57 3.8 14 0 5
Nov 14, 2022 26 86 3.3 11 1 14
Nov 6, 2022 13 44 3.4 6 0 4

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2022 563 3.83 2 8 42 1 758.3
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Leads backfield in tie

    Robinson rushed 21 times for 96 yards and secured both targets for 15 yards in the Commanders' 20-20 tie with the Giants on Sunday. He also committed a fumble that was recovered by Washington. The rookie once again helmed the backfield, out-carrying Antonio Gibson by a 12-tote margin while also tying his teammate with a pair of receptions, albeit on two fewer targets. Robinson's long run went for a modest 16 yards, so it was a grind-it-out type of effort for the Alabama product. Robinson now has 201 rushing yards on 39 carries in the last two games alone, seemingly affording him an unquestioned lead-back role going into the team's Week 14 bye.
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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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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson Jr.: RBs to Sit

    While I like Antonio Gibson this week, I would shy away from Robinson if possible. He doesn't help in the passing game, and despite two games with at least 17 carries in his past three games, he hasn't scored more than 12 PPR points in any outing, including when he scored in Week 6 at Chicago. The Vikings have allowed just one rushing touchdown to a running back in their past three games, and Robinson's Fantasy production will be minimal if he doesn't score.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Step back in involvement

    Robinson carried the ball eight times for 20 yards in Sunday's 17-16 win over the Colts. Coming off a 20-carry performance, Robinson took a back seat to Antonio Gibson in Sunday's win. He was completely uninvolved as a receiver and ineffective as a runner, as he averaged only 2.5 yards per carry and his longest rush of the day went for just seven yards. Robinson could continue to serve as the Commanders' lead back moving forward, though this performance highlights the fragility of his production given his lack of involvement as a pass catcher and the continued involvement of Gibson.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson Jr.: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Even if Shaquille Leonard returns for the Colts, Robinson should be serviceable enough to be a low-end No. 2 running back with at least one or two opportunities to score. That puts him in line to start ahead of other slug backs like Najee Harris and Latavius Murray along with Michael Carter and Kareem Hunt.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Racks up 22 touches in win

    Robinson rushed 20 times for 73 yards and caught both of his targets for 13 yards in Sunday's 23-21 win over the Packers. Robinson got nine more touches than Antonio Gibson, but Gibson got into the end zone on a nine-yard catch in the second quarter. Both of Washington's top two running backs should continue to play prominent roles in Week 8 against the Colts and beyond. Robinson's averaging only 3.4 yards per carry through three NFL games, but he's taken on a workhorse role with 37 rushing attempts over the past two games.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson Jr.: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    A physical running game has caused problems for Green Bay this season, and the Commanders will hopefully recognize that and lean on Robinson. The Packers have allowed four rushing touchdowns in the past three games to Damien Harris, Saquon Barkley, Gary Brightwell and Breece Hall over that span, and for the season, seven running backs have scored at least 12 PPR points against Green Bay. Robinson took over as the lead running back in Week 6 at Chicago with 17 carries for 60 yards and a touchdown, and he should have the chance for a hefty workload again this week. While Antonio Gibson and J.D. McKissic will get touches, this should be a good matchup to trust Robinson as a No. 2 running back in all leagues, with his value higher in non-PPR.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson Jr.: Sleeper RBs

    A physical running game has caused problems for Green Bay this season, and the Commanders will hopefully recognize that and lean on Robinson. The Packers have allowed four rushing touchdowns in the past three games to Damien Harris, Saquon Barkley, Gary Brightwell and Breece Hall over that span, and for the season, seven running backs have scored at least 12 PPR points against Green Bay. Robinson took over as the lead running back in Week 6 at Chicago with 17 carries for 60 yards and a touchdown, and he should have the chance for a hefty workload again this week. While Antonio Gibson and J.D. McKissic will get touches, this should be a good matchup to trust Robinson as a No. 2 running back in all leagues, with his value higher in non-PPR.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson Jr.: RBs to Start

    A physical running game has caused problems for Green Bay this season, and the Commanders will hopefully recognize that and lean on Robinson. The Packers have allowed four rushing touchdowns in the past three games to Damien Harris, Saquon Barkley, Gary Brightwell and Breece Hall over that span, and for the season, seven running backs have scored at least 12 PPR points against Green Bay. Robinson took over as the lead running back in Week 6 at Chicago with 17 carries for 60 yards and a touchdown, and he should have the chance for a hefty workload again this week. While Antonio Gibson and J.D. McKissic will get touches, this should be a good matchup to trust Robinson as a No. 2 running back in all leagues, with his value higher in non-PPR.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Scores TD in first start

    Robinson rushed 17 times for 60 yards and a touchdown in the Commanders' 12-7 win over the Bears on Thursday night. The rookie had a tough time with efficiency against a surprisingly stout Bears front Thursday night, but he did put an exclamation point on his first pro start with a one-yard touchdown run with 7:21 remaining. The score was the first of Robinson's career following the delayed start to his rookie season due to leg injuries suffered in a late-August robbery attempt, but his workload Thursday night suggests there will be plenty more opportunity for him to visit the end zone moving forward. Robinson now will have extra time to rest up from having logged 26 touches in a span of four days, as the Commanders don't take the field again until they host the Packers a week from Sunday.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Expected to draw Week 6 start

    Robinson is expected to serve as Washington's starting running back during Thursday's game against the Bears, Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo of NFL Network report. During his NFL debut in last week's loss to the Titans after he missed the Commanders' first four games while recovering from two gunshot wounds in his leg, Robinson came off the bench and was part of a three-man backfield committee with starter Antonio Gibson and pass-catching specialist J.D. McKissic. All three backs played between 29 and 41 percent of Washington's offensive snaps against Tennessee, but Robinson could be on tap for at least a slight uptick in playing time at the expense of Gibson if he is in fact awarded the starting nod. McKissic is still likely to remain the Commanders' top option on passing downs, however, so Robinson's upside in PPR formats in particular may be capped even if he wrests the larger share of the early-down work away from Gibson.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Leads backfield in debut

    Robinson carried the ball nine times for 22 yards in Sunday's 21-17 loss to the Titans. Robinson made his NFL debut after missing the Commanders' first four games due to a leg injury he sustained during an attempted robbery Aug. 28. It was reported he would be on a pitch count as a result, but he still dominated touches out of the backfield by out-carrying Antonio Gibson 9-3. It has yet to be seen how efficient Robinson can be, but it appears that he should see plenty of opportunity moving forward.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Facing pitch count in NFL debut

    Robinson (knee) is expected to play about 20 snaps in his NFL debut Sunday against the Titans, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. At least for Week 5, Antonio Gibson is expected to remain the Commanders' starting running back while Robinson, a rookie third-round pick out of Alabama, is eased back in with a limited snap count after missing the first four games of the season while recovering from the two gunshot wounds he sustained to his lower body in an Aug. 28 robbery attempt in Washington, D.C. The Commanders activated Robinson from the reserve/non-football injury list after he resumed practicing this week without any complications, and if he makes the most of the opportunities he receives Sunday, it may not be long before he supplants Gibson as the team's lead option on the ground. J.D. McKissic should also have a role on passing downs in what looks to be a three-man backfield committee for Washington this weekend.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Returning to practice

    The Commanders designated Robinson (knee) for return to practice Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Washington will now have a 21-day window to evaluate Robinson in practice, but head coach Ron Rivera has already expressed optimism about the rookie's chances of making his NFL debut Sunday versus Tennessee. Before he sustained gunshot wounds to his right leg and required surgery after he was the victim of an apparent attempted robbery Aug. 28, Robinson appeared positioned to begin the season as the Commanders' lead option on the ground. If he's active this week, Robinson might handle only a light role behind Antonio Gibson and pass-catching specialist J.D. McKissic, but the 23-year-old should see his opportunities increase in the games to come.
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  • Commanders' Brian Robinson: Expected to be activated Week 5

    The Commanders are expected to activate Robinson (knee) from the reserve/non-football injury list Week 5, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Robinson continues to make an encouraging recovery from the two gunshot wounds he suffered to his lower body as the victim of an attempted robbery late August. Washington hasn't offered an official timetable for Robinson's expected return to the field, which would mark his NFL debut, but it will be a notable step in the right direction if he's indeed able to resume practicing next week. When back to full form, Robinson will join a backfield currently helmed by Antonio Gibson and J.D. McKissic.
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