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Dec 4, 2022 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 27, 2022 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 20, 2022 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 13, 2022 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 6, 2022 4 12 3.0 5 0 2

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2022 299 4.27 2 24 184 544.9
2021 118 3.47 1 6 42 212.3
2020 0.00
3y Avg. 59 3.47 0 3 21 71.4
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Fantasy News

  • Texans' Eno Benjamin: Makes Texans debut

    Benjamin was on the active roster for Week 13's game against the Browns. He was claimed off waivers from Arizona three weeks ago, and Benjamin did not receive a touch or a target on just four snaps in his Houston debut. With Rex Burkhead (concussion) unavailable, Dare Ogunbowale was the primary backup for Dameon Pierce, but that could change as Benjamin becomes more familiar with the offense.
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  • Texans' Eno Benjamin: Remains out

    Benjamin (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday against the Dolphins. Benjamin was also a healthy scratch Week 11 after being claimed off waivers by the Texans on Nov. 15. He'll work to earn the opportunity to make his his team debut Week 13 against the Browns.
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  • Texans' Eno Benjamin: Inactive Sunday

    Benjamin (coach's decision) is officially inactive for Sunday's game against the Commanders. Benjamin was claimed off waivers from the Cardinals on Tuesday but won't make his debut for the Texans this weekend. Dameon Pierce should continue to work as Houston's lead tailback with Rex Burkhead filling the No. 2 role.
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  • Texans' Eno Benjamin: Scooped up by Houston

    The Texans claimed Benjamin off waivers from the Cardinals on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Before being effectively phased out of the offense in the Cardinals' Week 10 loss to the Rams, Benjamin enjoyed a solid run as Arizona's lead back from Weeks 6 through 8 while James Conner was sidelined with an injury. In those three games, Benjamin carried 36 times for 151 yards (4.2 average) and a touchdown while adding 11 receptions for 72 yards. After Arizona waived him Monday, Benjamin unsurprisingly didn't take long to find a new home. In Houston, he could eventually usurp Rex Burkhead as the team's No. 2 running back, though Benjamin likely won't be in line for extensive work so long as standout rookie Dameon Pierce continues to remain healthy and productive in his three-down starting role.
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  • Eno Benjamin: Waived by Arizona

    Arizona waived Benjamin on Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Benjamin saw just one offensive snap during Arizona's Week 10 win over the Rams and was let go a day later. The 2020 seventh-round pick rushed 70 times for 299 yards and two scores while securing 24 of 33 targets for 184 yards across his first nine appearances, including a 92-yard rushing performance Week 7 with James Conner sidelined due to a rib injury. Benjamin likely will draw interest while on waivers, but in his absence, rookie Keaontay Ingram will be promoted to the primary backup behind Conner.
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  • Cardinals' Eno Benjamin: Takes back seat in Week 9 loss

    Benjamin carried the ball four times for 12 yards and caught his only target for 15 yards in Sunday's 31-21 loss to the Seahawks. James Conner returned from a three-game absence due to a rib injury and saw 12 touches to Benjamin's five while averaging 6.4 yards a carry, leaving little doubt who the No. 1 option in the Arizona backfield is. Benjamin averaged nearly 75 scrimmage yards a game while Conner was sidelined, however, and he should remain involved in the offense in a Week 10 road matchup against the Rams.
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  • Cardinals' Eno Benjamin: Garners 45 total yards in loss

    Benjamin rushed nine times for 22 yards and secured four of seven targets for 23 yards in the Cardinals' 34-26 loss to the Vikings on Sunday. Benjamin found very tough sledding on the ground while once again helming the Cardinals backfield in the absence of James Conner (ribs). The modest rushing yardage total was particularly disappointing following his 92-yard tally against the Saints in Week 7, but Benjamin at least was able to provide solid production through the air. Benjamin could return to a backup role in a Week 9 home divisional clash against the Seahawks if Conner is able to return to action without limitations.
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  • Cardinals' Eno Benjamin: Set to lead backfield Week 8

    Benjamin is expected to continue to serve as the Cardinals' lead back Sunday in Minnesota with James Conner (ribs) having been ruled out for a third straight game, Donnie Druin of SI.com reports. In his previous two turns as the Cardinals' No. 1 back sans Conner, Benjamin essentially handled a three-down workload, carrying 27 times for 129 yards and a touchdown to go with seven receptions for 49 yards between a loss to Seattle and a win over New Orleans. Along with Conner, the Cardinals were also without Darrel Williams (knee) for both of those contests, but Williams will have a chance to play Week 8 after being deemed a game-time call following Friday's practice. Even if Williams suits up, Benjamin shouldn't cede too much work to him, and rookie Keaontay Ingram doesn't look to be a major threat to Benjamin either.
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  • Cardinals' Eno Benjamin: Approaches 100-yard mark in win

    Benjamin rushed 12 times for 92 yards and a touchdown while adding four receptions for 21 yards on five targets in the Cardinals' 42-34 win over the Saints on Thursday night. DeAndre Hopkins' stellar season debut and a pair of pick-sixes by the defense stole the headlines for the Cardinals on Thursday night, but Benjamin's contributions were critical as well. The third-year back got loose for a game-long 45-yard rush that made up nearly half his production, and his five-yard touchdown run just past the midway point of the fourth quarter proved especially important after the Saints went on to score a late touchdown and field goal. Benjamin's impressive showing aside, he'll be set to return to a complementary role if James Conner (ribs) is healthy enough to suit up for a Week 8 road showdown against the Vikings a week from Sunday.
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  • Cardinals' Eno Benjamin: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    There are no complaints about Benjamin's workload last week, but his results yielded nothing but groans. The Cardinals may not let him have as many carries this week, nor might the targets flow his way since DeAndre Hopkins' return and Robbie Anderson's arrival figures to reconfigure the distribution of throws. He's at best a flex who I'd sit for Robert Woods, Ezekiel Elliott, Donovan Peoples-Jones and Travis Etienne.
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  • Cardinals' Eno Benjamin: Remains limited on practice report

    Arizona listed Benjamin (foot) as a limited participant on Tuesday's practice report, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Benjamin's reps are being capped to begin Week 7 prep after he played 87 percent of the Cardinals' offensive snaps while handling 18 touches (15 carries, three receptions) last week in a loss to the Seahawks. Though Benjamin is not yet in the clear for Thursday's game against the Saints, the Cardinals haven't provided an indication that his foot injury is a serious threat to his availability. Meanwhile, James Conner (ribs) and Darrel Williams (knee) remained non-participants at practice Tuesday and look to be trending toward missing a second straight game, setting Benjamin up for another turn as Arizona's lead back if he can overcome his own foot concern.
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  • Cardinals' Eno Benjamin: Limited on estimated report

    Benjamin was listed as limited on Monday's practice estimate due to a foot injury, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. With James Conner (ribs) and Darrel Williams (knee) sidelined Sunday at Seattle, Benjamin paced Arizona's backfield to the tune of an 87 percent share of offensive snaps (62 of 71) en route to 18 touches for 65 yards from scrimmage. As for the other healthy RBs, rookie Keaontay Ingram took three carries for seven yards on nine plays on offense, while Corey Clement was used exclusively on special teams. Now Benjamin is dealing with an injury of his own, though he at least would have practiced if the Cardinals had held a session Monday. The same can't be said for DNPs Conner and Williams. The next few days of prep will determine if Benjamin again is in line to be the team's primary back Thursday against the Saints.
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  • Cardinals' Eno Benjamin: Produces as pass catcher

    Benjamin rushed the ball 15 times for 37 yards in Sunday's 19-9 loss to the Seahawks. He added three receptions for 28 yards. Benjamin accounted for 15 of the team's 18 carries by running backs, though Kyler Murray also tallied 10 rushing attempts. Benjamin was bottled up on the ground and his longest gain went for only six yards. He salvaged his day with his work as a receiver and managed to rack up 65 total yards. It remains to be seen whether James Conner (ribs) or Darrel Williams (knee) will be able to return in Week 7, but the Cardinals play Thursday, which could lead to Benjamin getting another turn as the team's lead back.
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  • Cardinals' Eno Benjamin: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Benjamin figures to be Arizona's primary running back in a glorious Week 6 matchup and certainly involved on passing downs. I'd expect at least four catches and 10 carries at minimum. Though there is concern he'll lose some playing time -- he's never played more than 55% of the snaps in the pros and hasn't been a full-time player since 2019 at Arizona State -- he's in the right place at the right time to help Fantasy managers out. I'd start Benjamin ahead of Darrell Henderson, Devin Singletary and both Jaguars running backs.
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  • Cardinals' Eno Benjamin: Lead-back role awaits Week 6

    Benjamin is expected to serve as the Cardinals' lead back Sunday against the Seahawks with head coach Kliff Kingsbury having ruled out both James Conner (ribs) and Darrel Williams (knee) for the Week 6 contest, Alex Weiner of ArizonaSports.com reports. Meanwhile, rookie sixth-round pick Keaontay Ingram is expected to be active for the first time this season as Benjamin's backup, while Kingsbury confirmed that veteran Corey Clement will be promoted from the practice squad to provide additional depth in the backfield. Kingsbury hasn't tipped his hand regarding how the workload distribution among the three backs will shake out, but the prevailing expectation is that Benjamin will step into Conner's usual three-down role, just as he did when Conner exited last Sunday's win over the Eagles. In his most extensive NFL action to date Week 5, Benjamin played 54 percent of the offensive snaps -- including 94 percent in the second half -- and finished with 53 yards and a touchdown on 11 touches (eight carries, three receptions on four targets). With Kingsbury indicating that Conner isn't a sure bet to make it back for a Thursday night game Week 7 against the Saints, Benjamin could be in store for a multi-game run as the Cardinals' top back.
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  • Cardinals' Eno Benjamin: Week 6 Waiver Priority List

    Benjamin could be the No. 1 running back for the Cardinals in Week 6 in a great matchup at Seattle. With James Conner (ribs) and Darrel Williams (knee) both injured in Week 5 against Philadelphia, the Cardinals could be forced to use Benjamin as their lead back against the Seahawks. Against the Eagles, Benjamin scored a season-high 13 PPR points with eight carries for 25 yards and a touchdown, along with three catches for 28 yards on four targets. He would be looking at a hefty workload in Week 6, and Seattle has allowed a running back to gain at least 100 total yards in every game this season, with Javonte Williams, Cordarrelle Patterson, Jamaal Williams and Alvin Kamara each scoring at least 19 PPR points against the Seahawks. Benjamin is worth adding for at least 15 percent of your remaining FAB. Now, there's a chance Conner and even Williams could play, so keep that in mind. But if Benjamin starts he's worth using as at least a flex in all leagues.
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  • Cardinals' Eno Benjamin: Week 5 Waiver Priority List

    Benjamin could be the No. 1 running back for the Cardinals in Week 6 in a great matchup at Seattle. With James Conner (ribs) and Darrel Williams (knee) both injured in Week 5 against Philadelphia, the Cardinals could be forced to use Benjamin as their lead back against the Seahawks. Against the Eagles, Benjamin scored a season-high 13 PPR points with eight carries for 25 yards and a touchdown, along with three catches for 28 yards on four targets. He would be looking at a hefty workload in Week 6, and Seattle has allowed a running back to gain at least 100 total yards in every game this season, with Javonte Williams, Cordarrelle Patterson, Jamaal Williams and Alvin Kamara each scoring at least 19 PPR points against the Seahawks. Benjamin is worth adding for at least 15 percent of your remaining FAB. Now, there's a chance Conner and even Williams could play, so keep that in mind. But if Benjamin starts he's worth using as at least a flex in all leagues.
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  • Cardinals' Eno Benjamin: Busy game off bench

    Benjamin ran for 25 yards and one touchdown on eight carries against Philadelphia on Sunday while catching three passes for 28 yards on four targets. Benjamin rose to the occasion after James Conner (ribs) and Darrel Williams (knee) left with injuries, and it marks another solid showing by the emerging third-year back. If either of Conner or Williams can't play in Week 6, it could be a breakout setup for Benjamin, as the Cardinals face off against a Seattle defense that seemingly can't stop anyone.
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  • Cardinals' Eno Benjamin: Notches seven touches Sunday

    Benjamin tallied five carries for 16 yards and two catches on four targets for seven yards during Sunday's 20-12 loss to the Rams. After James Conner injured his ankle in Week 2, there was a question whether Benjamin or Darrel Williams, or both, would benefit if Conner was limited or out in Week 3. Conner ended up playing and logged a typical 60 percent of the snaps on offense, however, on his way to 16 touches for 57 yards. Meanwhile, Benjamin rang in second in offensive snap share (27 percent) and touches, while Williams was a distant third in both categories (17 percent, one touch). As a result, Benjamin appears safe as the No. 2 RB in Arizona while Conner is healthy, considering he's averaging 8.3 touches per game this season.
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  • Cardinals' Eno Benjamin: Week 3 Adds (RB Preview)

    We prefer Williams, but both Cardinals backs should be rostered, just in case. Conner has had extensive injury problems in the past and this may not be the last game he misses.
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