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Sep 25, 2022 13 45 3.5 9 0 7
Sep 18, 2022 9 20 2.2 6 0 5
Sep 11, 2022 4 47 11.8 27 0 5

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2022 112 4.31 8 81
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Productive in Sunday's win

    Etienne carried the ball 13 times for 45 yards and caught all three of his targets for 30 yards in Sunday's 38-10 win over the Chargers. The 2021 first-round pick once again appeared dangerous with the ball in his hands, especially as a receiver, but he couldn't quite break away for a big gain. Etienne saw 16 touches to James Robinson's 20, but much of his workload came in the second half after the Jaguars had built a large lead, and Robinson remains the clear top option in the backfield for the team. Both backs could be busy in Week 4 as Jacksonville tries to keep Jalen Hurts and the high-flying Philadelphia offense on the sidelines.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: RBs to Sit

    James Robinson has outplayed Etienne so far in two games, and we'll see how long that continues. For now, consider Robinson a flex option heading into Week 3 at the Chargers, with Etienne only a starting option in deeper leagues as a flex in PPR. In games against the Commanders and Colts, Robinson has 34 total PPR points, while Etienne has combined for just 15 PPR points. I wish Etienne was more involved in the passing game -- he only has five catches for 51 yards on seven targets -- and hopefully the changes in Week 3. But this Chargers run defense is tough, and Etienne hasn't done enough to warrant must-start consideration. Just keep him stashed on your bench for now.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Stuck in secondary role

    Etienne carried the ball nine times for 20 yards in Sunday's 24-0 win over the Colts. He added three receptions for 33 yards. Etienne was reportedly set to split the backfield with James Robinson, but that's not the way things played out on the field. Robinson out-touched Etienne 25-12, though Etienne did the better work as a receiver. Jacksonville has been surprisingly competitive through two weeks, but if they fall behind as expected in future matchups, Etienne may be in a better position to produce. He has five receptions for 51 yards as well as 67 yards on the ground through two games.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Travis Etienne might take a backseat to James Robinson after what happened in Week 1 at Washington, but I don't expect Etienne to go away. He's worth using as at least a flex option in PPR this week against the Colts. Against the Commanders, Etienne had just four carries for 47 yards, along with two catches for 18 yards on four targets. He had a fumble, but the Jaguars recovered it, and Etienne could have caught a touchdown pass from Trevor Lawrence with a better throw. Robinson remains a flex play also, and hopefully both Jacksonville running backs can have success against the Colts at home.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Sleeper RBs

    Travis Etienne might take a backseat to James Robinson after what happened in Week 1 at Washington, but I don't expect Etienne to go away. He's worth using as at least a flex option in PPR this week against the Colts. Against the Commanders, Etienne had just four carries for 47 yards, along with two catches for 18 yards on four targets. He had a fumble, but the Jaguars recovered it, and Etienne could have caught a touchdown pass from Trevor Lawrence with a better throw. Robinson remains a flex play also, and hopefully both Jacksonville running backs can have success against the Colts at home.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Headed for workload split Week 2

    Etienne and James Robinson are expected to split the snaps and touches out of the backfield in Sunday's game against the Colts, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Game flow will likely dictate the extent to which both Etienne and Robinson are used, but the Jaguars seem content to have a roughly even timeshare in place for the second week in a row. Each back logged 31 offensive snaps in last week's loss to the Commanders, but Robinson (11 carries and one reception for 69 total yards and two touchdowns) handily outproduced Etienne (four carries and two receptions for 65 yards) from a fantasy perspective.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    He remains a good low-end No. 2 running back in both formats, not just PPR. I'm ready to take my chances with the speedy Etienne over Ezekiel Elliott and David Montgomery.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Just six touches in loss

    Etienne rushed four times for 47 yards and caught two of four passes for 18 yards in Sunday's 28-22 loss to the Commanders. Etienne ripped off a couple of big runs despite getting just four carries in his 2022 debut. The 2021 first-round pick did cough up the ball once, but it was recovered by Jacksonville, so this wasn't a "doghouse" scenario with new head coach Doug Pederson. In fact, Etienne had been touted as the Jaguars' lead back heading into the season, even when James Robinson (Achilles) returned from his major injury. The latter made a speedy recovery and not only suited up Sunday but may have taken the starting job away from Etienne after getting 12 touches for 69 yards and two short touchdowns. Etienne's managers have to anxiously wait for next week's matchup against the Colts to see if the back's fantasy value can recover from this surprising dud.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Start 'Em

    James Robinson (Achilles) is expected to be active for this matchup with the Commanders, but I'm still counting on Etienne to have a huge role, especially in the passing game. The Jaguars aren't going to rush Robinson back on the field, and they don't have to because of Etienne. He should be a popular target for Trevor Lawrence, especially if the Washington pass rush is an issue and Lawrence needs to dump the ball off. If he scores, Etienne could be a top-10 running back in all leagues this week.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Joined by Robinson in Week 1

    Etienne and James Robinson are in line to share work in Sunday's season opener against the Commanders, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports. While Etienne worked as the Jaguars' top back throughout training camp, Robinson has continued to progress from a torn left Achilles that he suffered Dec. 26. Per DiRocco, Robinson -- who isn't listed on the Jaguars' Week 1 injury report -- isn't expected to be limited Sunday, with his workload dependent on game flow and how he feels as the contest unfolds. Etienne is still expected to see his fair share of work versus Washington, and given the element of speed he brings to the table, the 2021 first-round pick remains the upside play in Jacksonville's backfield.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Start 'Em

    James Robinson (Achilles) is expected to be active for this matchup with the Commanders, but I'm still counting on Etienne to have a huge role, especially in the passing game. The Jaguars aren't going to rush Robinson back on the field, and they don't have to because of Etienne. He should be a popular target for Trevor Lawrence, especially if the Washington pass rush is an issue and Lawrence needs to dump the ball off. If he scores, Etienne could be a top-10 running back in all leagues this week.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Sitting out final exhibition

    Etienne and other starters aren't scheduled to play in the Jaguars' third and final preseason game Saturday against Atlanta, Hays Carlyon of 1010 AM WJXL Jacksonville reports. Etienne got most of the first-team snaps this preseason -- with Snoop Conner subbing in some -- and took 17 carries for 52 yards and one catch for 10 yards. The 2021 first-round pick looked better than the middling numbers suggest, and he figures to be the lead back Week 1 even if James Robinson (Achilles) is cleared to play -- something coach Doug Pederson expects to happen, per Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Tallies 29 yards

    Etienne gained 29 yards on eight rushes in Saturday's preseason loss to the Steelers. Etienne tallied the first carry of the game and split first-team work with Snoop Conner throughout the first half. He averaged only 3.6 yards per carry but did manage gains of 10 and seven yards. Etienne is likely to be the lead back for the Jaguars to begin the regular season, though James Robinson (Achilles) also may command some reps once healthy.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Gets 10 touches in preseason game

    Etienne rushed nine times for 23 yards and caught one of three targets for 10 yards in Friday's 24-13 preseason loss to the Browns. Etienne suited up after sitting out Jacksonville's preseason opener, but he was held in check by Cleveland's defense. Fellow running back James Robinson (Achilles) didn't suit up for this one but has been splitting first-team reps with Etienne in practice, so the Jaguars seem likely to employ a backfield timeshare when the games start to count. Jacksonville's next preseason game will be Aug. 20 against the Steelers.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: On track to play Friday

    Head coach Doug Pederson said Etienne, quarterback Trevor Lawrence and other starters will play a couple drives in Friday's preseason game against Cleveland, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports. Etienne will be taking the field for the first time since suffering a Lisfranc injury in the second week of the preseason his rookie year. The 2021 first-round pick may eventually face competition from James Robinson, who is coming back from an Achilles tear, but reports out of camp suggest Etienne has gobbled up first-team reps (and looked good in the process). Meanwhile, Robinson is steadily working his way up to speed.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Won't play Thursday

    Etienne (illness) won't play in the Hall of Fame Game against the Raiders on Thursday, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports. Etienne and QB Trevor Lawrence are among the key players being held out. Reports on Etienne from Jacksonville beat writers have been almost universally positive this summer, but the 2021 first-round pick likely will have a limited impact this week, as he's absent Tuesday due to an illness and won't suit up in Thursday's game, per Eugene Frenette. It's unclear if the two are related, given that coach Doug Pederson also plans to rest QB Trevor Lawrence and other starters.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Impressing new coaching staff

    Etienne has made a strong impression with head coach Doug Pederson and the new coaching staff during OTAs, John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site reports. "[Etienne is] doing a great job handling a lot of information that we're throwing at the guys," Pederson said. "We're putting him in different spots and seeing what he can do right now." The 2021 first-round pick was unable to make his NFL debut last year after suffering a Lisfranc injury during the preseason, but the new coach has liked what he's seen during the offseason program. The 23-year-old lined up at both running back and wide receiver during rookie minicamp last year, and the new coaching staff also has a versatile role in mind for him in 2022. The availability of James Robinson (Achilles) remains up in the air for the start of the season, leaving Etienne likely to be Jacksonville's undisputed No. 1 tailback for Week 1.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Says he's 85-90 percent healthy

    Etienne (foot) told reporters Tuesday that he's 85-90 percent recovered from his Lisfranc injury, Hays Carlyon of 1010 AM WJXL Jacksonville reports. Etienne also said he wouldn't notice the screw in his foot if he didn't already know it was there, per Gene Frenette of The Florida Times-Union. Two weeks prior, new Jaguars coach Doug Pederson told reporters he expects the young running back to participate in offseason workouts, whereas third-year pro James Robinson (torn Achilles) won't participate in OTAs. The extent of Etienne's participation this spring remains to be seen, but the timing of the injuries does mean he's at less risk than Robinson of missing the beginning of the 2022 season. Both figure to have roles when healthy, with Etienne being a 2021 first-round pick and Robinson sitting on 2,403 total yards and 18 touchdowns through two NFL seasons (28 games).
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Should return for OTAs

    Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson said Monday that he expects Etienne (foot) to take part in workouts early in the team's offseason program, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports. Etienne had his entire rookie season wiped out after the 2021 first-round pick suffered a Lisfranc injury in the preseason that later required surgery. Heading into last season, Etienne was expected to work in tandem out of the backfield with James Robinson and handle a key role in the passing game, but the Clemson product may head into the offseason as the Jaguars' clear No. 1 back while Robinson works his way back from the torn Achilles' tendon he suffered in late December. Pederson already has ruled Robinson out through OTAs and minicamp, potentially giving Etienne a chance to log most of the first-team work if he's ready to go early in the offseason program, as the coach predicts. Beyond Etienne and Robinson, the Jaguars have little in the way of proven depth in the backfield, as the other three running backs on the roster (Ryquell Armstead, Mekhi Sargent and Nathan Cottrell) have combined for 56 career carries.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: On track for training camp

    Etienne (foot) said Monday his rehab is progressing well and he expects to "be ready for training camp," John Shipley of SI.com reports. Etienne, who missed his entire rookie campaign due to a Lisfranc injury in his left foot, has already resumed running in a pool in his rehab process, per Hays Carlyon of 1010 AM WJXL Jacksonville. His next big hurdle will be to return to full speed in running drills and get back to strength training. With James Robinson having suffered a torn left Achilles in mid-December, both Jacksonville's top backfield options are currently focused on returning to health for the 2022 campaign.
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