Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
vs 18 17
@ 7 15
vs 23 19
@ 31 22
@ 2 13
vs 3 14
@ 28 21
vs 26 20
@ 3 14
@ 4 14
- -
vs 25 20
@ 9 15
vs 12 16
vs 7 15
@ 10 15
vs 32 26
vs 9 15
Player Outlook
At best, Dallas is fighting for the No. 3 job in Seattle behind Rashaad Penny and Kenneth Walker. And Walker's pass-catching prowess means a third-down role is likely off the table as well. Barring multiple injuries in training camp, Dallas should not be drafted in most leagues.

Fantasy Stats

rushing receiving fantasy
Year yds
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
Fumbles Lost
Receiving Yards
Receiving Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2021 138 4.18 2 21 133 382.2
2020 108 3.18 2 17 111 1 393.3
3y Avg. 123 3.62 2 19 122 0 362.4
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Aiming for third-down duties

    Dallas is expected to compete with Travis Homer for a third-down role following Tuesday's report that Chris Carson (neck) will retire, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Dallas rushed 33 times for 138 yards and two touchdowns and reeled in 21 of 23 targets for 133 yards last season. However, he was out-snapped by Homer, with the latter player's greater reliability in pass protection earning him more work. Until one of the two emerges as the clear-cut top option on passing downs, Homer and Dallas will likely rotate snaps in those scenarios, though neither running back should be counted on for fantasy purposes as long as Rashaad Penny and Kenneth Walker are active and available.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Rarely utilized on offense in 2021

    Dallas finished the 2021 season with 33 carries for 138 yards and two touchdowns and 21 catches (23 targets) for 133 yards through 17 games. He also recorded 764 yards on 33 kick returns. Dallas played more than 40 percent of the offensive snaps just twice this season, and he averaged a mere 8.9 snaps per game. The second-year running back had a chance to secure an increased role when Chris Carson (neck) and Alex Collins (abdomen) suffered injuries. Instead, Rashaad Penny burst onto the scene over the final five weeks with 671 rushing yards (7.3 YPC) and six rushing touchdowns. Penny will be an unrestricted free agent in March but could be re-signed by the Seahawks, and Carson is expected to be back for training camp. Even if both Penny and Carson are out of the picture, the Seahawks will almost certainly bring in competition for Dallas and Travis Homer.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Practices fully Wednesday

    Dallas (quadriceps) was a full practice participant Wednesday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Dallas came out of the Seahawks' Week 17 win against the Lions with a bruised thigh, but it was revised to a quad issue upon the release of Wednesday's injury report. With an uncapped session under his belt, Dallas seems to be past the health concern. In any case, Dallas' touches have been sporadic while working behind Rashaad Penny over the last five games, as he's recorded 15 carries and seven catches on his way to 107 yards from scrimmage and one rushing score.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Suffers thigh bruise

    Dallas picked up a thigh bruise in Sunday's 51-29 win over the Lions, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Dallas rushed once for one yard and returned a pair of kickoffs for 48 yards before getting injured. Rashaad Penny has dominated touches in Seattle's backfield lately and racked up 170 yards and two touchdowns on the ground in this one. If Dallas suits up for next week's season finale against Arizona, he'll likely split change-of-pace duties behind Penny with Travis Homer.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Snags four passes in loss

    Dallas rushed four times for 15 yards and caught all four of his targets for 23 yards in Sunday's 25-24 loss to the Bears. He also returned three kicks for 79 yards. After working in a timeshare with Rashaad Penny last week and finding the end zone, the second-year back took a back seat to Penny on Sunday. Dallas ran ahead of Travis Homer, who was activated off the COVID-19 list Saturday, but it's possible Homer takes the No. 2 role once he gets a full week of practice under his belt. However, Penny looks like the clear-cut starter for the final two regular-season games either way. It's worth noting that head coach Pete Carroll made Alex Collins a healthy scratch this week, as it appears he's giving the younger running backs a chance to audition for a role in 2022.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Finds end zone in loss

    Dallas rushed eight times for 41 yards and a touchdown while catching three of four targets for 11 more yards in Tuesday's 20-10 loss to the Rams. Dallas appeared to have fallen out of favor after seeing just two touches last week while Rashaad Penny dominated on the ground. Head coach Pete Carroll reverted to a timeshare between the two backs, and Dallas turned out to be the better option from a fantasy perspective. Penny figures to see more action in games that the Seahawks either go up early in or dominate the time of possession in. Thus, Dallas may find himself seeing less usage in a matchup against the lowly Bears on Sunday.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Slated for change-of-pace role

    Dallas is expected to serve as the top backup behind starting running back Rashaad Penny in Tuesday's game against the Rams, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Seattle elevated Josh Johnson from the practice squad to give the backfield a third option, but there aren't any other threats to the No. 2 role after Alex Collins (illness) and Travis Homer (illness) weren't reinstated from the reserve/COVID-19 list for the Week 15 contest. Adrian Peterson (lower back) wasn't promoted from the practice squad either, so unless the Seahawks are willing to give Johnson his first NFL snaps, Dallas looks like he'll be the top change-of-pace option. Look for Dallas to see most of his reps on passing downs, where Homer has typically replaced Peterson, Collins and Penny this season.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Carries twice in win

    Dallas rushed twice for 16 yards in Sunday's 33-13 win over the Texans. He also returned two kicks for 41 yards. Dallas recorded just 10 offensive snaps even though Travis Homer (calf) was out of the lineup, finishing behind Rashaad Penny (35) and Alex Collins (14). He's highly valuable for the Seahawks on special teams, but fantasy managers don't need to keep tabs on him unless Penny or Collins is injured.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Minimal usage in win

    Dallas didn't record a touch in Sunday's 30-23 win over the 49ers. He returned five kicks for 133 yards. Dallas logged just two offensive snaps while Rashaad Penny, Travis Homer and Adrian Peterson all played at least 18 snaps. However, Dallas had his best game as a returner this season. With Alex Collins (abdomen) expected to return next week against the Texans, Dallas isn't expected to get much tread on offense.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Makes five grabs

    Dallas rushed three times for four yards and caught all five of his targets for 27 yards in Monday night's 17-15 loss to Washington. Dallas saw starting tailback Alex Collins lose a fumble in the first half, which along with Seattle trailing later worked in his favor. Although Dallas wasn't particularly productive from a yardage standpoint, he still tied for the team lead in receptions, catching everything thrown his way. Given the Seahawks' banged-up backfield, Collins' underwhelming play and Dallas' presence as a pass catcher within a struggling offense, his stock is trending in the right direction ahead of Week 13's divisional game versus the 49ers.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Could have significant role

    Dallas is ready for a role in Monday's game at Washington, joining Alex Collins in the Seattle backfield with Rashaad Penny (hamstring) and Travis Homer (calf) ruled out, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. Dallas took over the passing-down role from Homer last week and finished with five touches for 27 yards and a TD on 37 percent of snaps in the 23-13 loss to Arizona. With Homer and Penny set to be inactive Monday night and Collins extremely limited as a pass catcher, Dallas should play a good number of snaps, potentially even getting more playing time than Collins if the Seahawks find themselves chasing a deficit again. That said, Collins has been the lead runner for nearly two months now, and while he hasn't had much luck in the role, it does probably give him better TD odds than Dallas, along with a higher workload floor. Josh Johnson likely will be called up from the practice squad to serve as the No. 3 back Monday night.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Scores in divisional loss

    Dallas rushed four times for 25 yards and a touchdown and caught one pass (two targets) for two yards in Sunday's 23-13 loss to the Cardinals. He also recorded 20 yards on a kickoff return. Rashaad Penny left the game early with a hamstring injury, and Dallas handled a 37 percent snap share as a result. He scored his first touchdown of the season and was more efficient than Alex Collins (10 carries, 36 yards). If Penny misses time, Dallas could handle increased duties moving forward, though Travis Homer will compete for a similar role.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Minimal usage in win

    Dallas rushed once for six yards in Sunday's 31-7 win over the Jaguars. Dallas handled just two offensive snaps. The second-year running back has played more than three offensive snaps just twice this season, but he continues to make an impact on kick returns. Barring a slew of injuries, Dallas' role isn't expected to change.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: One offensive snap

    Dallas didn't record a touch in Monday's 13-10 loss to the Saints. He recorded 53 yards on the kick return. Alex Collins and Rashaad Penny handled a bulk of the workload, and Dallas logged just one offensive snap. His main usage is as a kick returner unless either Collins or Penny goes down with an injury again.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Tallies 39 yards

    Dallas rushed four times for seven yards and caught both targets for 32 yards in Thursday's 26-17 loss to the Rams. Alex Collins was the clear lead back with a 74 percent snap share, but Dallas out-snapped Travis Homer, 14-8. Dallas was even in the game during the two-minute drill at the end of the second quarter. The second-year running back could remain a part of the game plan if Chris Carson (neck) can't return next week against the Steelers. However, Dallas logged just four offensive snaps over the first four games before Carson sat out Thursday.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Could mix in Thursday

    Dallas could handle some offensive work in Thursday's game versus the Rams following news that Chris Carson (neck) is inactive. Alex Collins is expected to operate as the lead back after rushing 10 times for 44 yards and a touchdown and catching two passes (two targets) for 34 yards in Sunday's win over the 49ers, while Travis Homer still has a firm grasp on the passing down work. However, Carson's absence could open the door slightly for Dallas, who has logged just four offensive snaps this season. Dallas should still be the No. 3 option in this rotation, however.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Stays out of offensive game plan

    Dallas didn't record an offensive snap in Sunday's 30-17 loss to the Vikings, but he did return one kick for 21 yards. Dallas isn't handling any offensive work even though Rashaad Penny (calf) is out of the lineup. Penny could return in Week 4 against the 49ers, so Dallas can be safely left off fantasy rosters.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: No offensive work Sunday

    Dallas didn't record an offensive snap in Sunday's 33-30 loss to the Titans. Chris Carson (34), Travis Homer (14) and Alex Collins (six) handled all the backfield snaps. Dallas recorded 30 yards on three kick returns. He doesn't have a clear path to backfield reps barring an injury ahead of him on the depth chart.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Just three offensive snaps Sunday

    Dallas rushed once for five yards and caught his lone target for five yards in Sunday's 28-16 win over the Colts. Dallas was one of four running backs to suit up for the season opener, as Alex Collins was a healthy scratch. However, even when Rashaad Penny left with a calf injury, Dallas finished with just three offensive snaps. Travis Homer logged two, and Chris Carson managed a whopping 42 (78 percent). Dallas and Homer likely have minimal fantasy value as long as Carson is upright.
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  • Seahawks' DeeJay Dallas: Survives cutdown day

    Dallas was one of five running backs to make the Seahawks' 53-man roster, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Dallas may be the Seahawks' best route runner out of the backfield, and his preseason work as a returner likely helped guarantee him a role on the 53-man roster. However, he'll still struggle to earn much playing time on offense, as Travis Homer is considered the team's best pass-blocking running back, while Rashaad Penny and Alex Collins are the next men up behind Chris Carson.
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