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Jan 7, 2023 7 17 2.4 7 0 2
Jan 1, 2023 9 108 12.0 62 1 19
Dec 22, 2022 22 83 3.8 19 0 10
Dec 18, 2022 19 103 5.4 16 0 10
Dec 11, 2022 17 32 1.9 7 0 3

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2022 1125 5.11 5 3 35 316 18010.6
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Plays well in playoff loss

    Etienne rushed the ball 10 times for 62 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 27-20 loss to the Chiefs. He added three receptions for 18 yards. Etienne paced the Jaguars' backfield in touches, though their gameplan quickly became pass-heavy as the team attempted to keep pace with the Chiefs. Despite the limited volume, Etienne still was a spark in the offense, particularly early in the fourth quarter when he found the end zone on a four-yard rush. His receiving volume remained underwhelming, though Etienne managed three receptions for the third time in his last five games. He will now look toward his third NFL season, and he should be expected to serve as Jacksonville's lead back in 2023.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Tops century mark in postseason win

    Etienne rushed the ball 20 times for 109 yards in Saturday's 31-30 wild-card round win over the Chargers. He added one reception for 12 yards. Etienne had limited opportunity in the first half, as the Jaguars struggled offensively. However, he produced consistently with the ball in his hands and averaged 5.5 yards per carry. His performance was highlighted by a 25-yard gain on a game-deciding fourth down play with just under two minutes remaining in the game. After seeing only 16 carries combined across his previous two games, Etienne showed the ability to serve as a workhorse back in the Jaguars' comeback win.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Limited to 34 total yards

    Etienne rushed the ball seven times for 17 yards in Saturday's 20-16 win over the Titans. He added two receptions for 17 yards. Etienne led the Jaguars backfield in rushing attempts, though he still saw very limited volume. The stout Tennessee defensive line limited his efficiency, as his longest rush of the day went for seven yards and he averaged only 2.4 yards per attempt. Etienne closes the regular season with 1,125 rushing yards and five touchdowns in his first healthy campaign in the NFL. He'll lead the Jacksonville backfield on a postseason run.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Big-play ability resurfaces

    Etienne ran for 108 yards and one touchdown on nine carries and caught three passes for 32 yards on three targets against Houston on Sunday. Etienne delivered a knockout blow to the Texans in the second quarter, taking a carry 62 yards for the touchdown and in the process posting a solid box score for his fantasy investors. The lack of workload in a meaningless blowout was a known risk going into the contest, but with this performance, Etienne offers a reminder that he doesn't need much opportunity to do big damage. He'll find the sledding much tougher against Tennessee in Week 18, but even good defenses need to worry about the big play with Etienne.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Contrarian DFS Play

    I don't really buy that Jacksonville will rest anyone this week because they have a viable path to the wild card if they win this week and the Dolphins lose out. Etienne's breakout campaign has been marred by a lack of touchdowns, but the Texans have surrendered 21, the most in the NFL, to running backs this season. This could be a top-five week for the second-year running back.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Heavy workload in Week 16 win

    Etienne rushed 22 times for 83 yards and brought in all three targets for 29 yards in the Jaguars' 19-3 win over the Jets on Thursday night. Etienne was given a robust workload with head coach Doug Pederson picking his spots against the Jets' talented pass defense. The second-year back responded in fine form, gaining consistent yardage on the ground and contributing through the air by equaling a season high in receptions. Etienne's carry total was his third highest of the season and most voluminous since Week 9, and he'll now have extra time to gear up for a critical Week 17 road divisional clash with the Texans' porous run defense a week from Sunday.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Gets back on track

    Etienne rushed the ball 19 times for 103 yards in Sunday's 40-34 win over the Cowboys. He added two receptions on three targets for 24 yards. Etienne entered the game having recorded only 98 total yards across his last two games, potentially bothered by a foot injury. Things got off to a poor start in Sunday's win over Dallas, as he lost a fumble on his fourth touch of the game. However, he put together a solid performance from there, highlighted by rushes of 16 and 15 yards as well a 13-yard reception. The end result was Etienne's fourth performance with over 100 rushing yards this season and his second-highest total yards from scrimmage mark of the campaign. It's worth noting that he briefly left the game late in the fourth quarter due to an ankle injury, but he was able to retake the field.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Possible Bust (Lineup Decisions)

    It's easy to forget about Etienne's explosive style when he has exactly seven plays of 10-plus yards in his past five games. This isn't a disastrous matchup for him, but it's not favorable either, and until he or his offensive line can begin showing some consistency, expectations should be lowered. He's a modest-ceiling running back who you'll start because he should still find in the neighborhood of 15 touches. I'll give a shot to Brian Robinson, Zonovan Knight or even Isiah Pacheco over Etienne, but D'Onta Foreman, Najee Harris and the Bucs RBs fall in line behind the Jaguar.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Held to 32 yards

    Etienne rushed the ball 17 times for 32 yards in Sunday's 36-22 win over the Titans. Etienne accounted for 17 of Jacksonville's 22 carries by skill position players, but he turned in another disappointing performance. His longest gain of the day went for only seven yards, and he was not targeted for the first time in a full game this season. Etienne has now failed to top 55 rushing yards in four consecutive contests and also hasn't found the end zone in that span.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Kept in check in Week 13 loss

    Etienne rushed 13 times for 54 yards and secured all three targets for 12 yards in the Jaguars' 40-14 loss to the Lions on Sunday. He also lost a fumble. Etienne was able to overcome his questionable designation due to a foot injury and was reasonably productive with his opportunities. However, game script eventually turned completely away from the ground attack, leaving Etienne with a much lighter workload than ideal. The second-year back's next opportunity to build his numbers back up comes in a tough Week 14 road battle against the Titans.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Good to go Sunday

    Etienne (foot) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Lions. Etienne received the questionable tag after being a limited practice participant this week, but he's been cleared to take the field for Sunday's contest. He played only five snaps before he suffered the foot injury Week 12 versus Baltimore, but it appears he won't miss additional time. Etienne should reclaim the workhorse role for Jacksonville while JaMycal Hasty reverts to the No. 2 option in the backfield.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Likely to play Week 13

    Etienne (foot), who is officially listed as questionable, is expected to play Sunday against the Lions, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Etienne was forced to exit Jacksonville's Week 12 win over Baltimore in the first quarter due to a mild left foot sprain. Given that he missed his entire rookie season due to a Lisfranc injury to the same foot, the nature of Etienne's exit was particularly concerning. However, both he and the team have since downplayed the foot injury, and Etienne practiced in limited fashion throughout the week. It's unclear whether he will handle a full workload in the event that he is active.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Listed as questionable for Sunday

    Etienne (foot) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Lions after being limited in practice this week. Per Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network, coach Doug Pederson indicated that Etienne would be "good to go" this weekend, but giving the running back's official 'questionable' designation, his status will be worth confirming ahead of Sunday's 1:00 ET kickoff. Assuming he's active, Etienne will be in line to continue to lead the Jaguars' ground game in Week 13, with JaMycal Hasty, Snoop Conner and possibly Darrell Henderson (illness/questionable) candidate to log complementary snaps.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: On track for Sunday

    Coach Doug Pederson said Friday that Etienne (foot) is "good to go" for Sunday's game at Detroit, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports. Etienne was limited at practice Wednesday and Thursday due to the left foot sprain he suffered Week 12, but his outlook has apparently improved as of Friday. It's unclear if the 23-year-old will be able to avoid the questionable tag, but he should be expected to play versus the Lions on Sunday regardless.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Remains limited in practice

    Etienne (foot) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice. Etienne practiced in a limited fashion for the second day in a row after he exited early in this past Sunday's 28-27 win over the Ravens due to a left foot sprain. Head coach Doug Pederson downplayed the injury shortly after the game, noting that Etienne could have returned had the Jaguars not chosen to exercise some extra caution with the running back, who missed the entire 2021 season after getting surgery on the same foot. Fortunately for Etienne, he doesn't seem to be dealing with anything significant, though he'll likely need to upgrade to full participation in practice Friday to avoid carrying an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Lions.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Limited practice Wednesday

    Etienne (foot) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday. Per Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network, head coach Doug Pederson said he "feels good" about Etienne's chances of playing Sunday against the Lions, noting that the team doesn't want to rush the running back to a full practice before he's 100 percent. Etienne now has two more chances to upgrade his participation level in practice, with JaMycal Hasty, Snoop Conner and perhaps newcomer Darrell Henderson on hand to fill in if Etienne doesn't end up playing. The second-year back missed the second half of Sunday's 29-28 win over the Ravens after spraining his foot early in the game, but Pederson said afterward that Etienne could have returned to the game.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Appears on track to play Sunday

    Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson said Wednesday that he expects Etienne (foot) to play Sunday against the Lions, Mia O'Brien of 1010 XL 92.5 FM Jacksonville reports. Pederson added that Etienne is viewed as day-to-day after playing just five snaps in last Sunday's 28-27 win over the Ravens before exiting with a left foot injury in the second quarter. Because the injury was to the same foot in which Etienne hurt during the 2021 preseason before undergoing surgery and missing his entire rookie campaign, the Jaguars were understandably cautious in choosing to hold him out for the rest of the contest. Fortunately, Etienne is dealing with what is believed to be only a minor sprain to his foot, but the running back is still expected to have his practice reps managed carefully this week. Pederson said Etienne would go through walk-through portions of Wednesday's practice, but it's unclear how Jacksonville will choose to list him on its first Week 13 injury report.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Foot injury appears minor

    Coach Doug Pederson said Monday that Etienne is dealing with a sprained foot, but the running back doesn't require a boot or crutches, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports. Pederson added that Etienne will be eased into practice during the week. Given that context, Etienne likely will have his practice reps capped, but it sounds like Jacksonville's starting running back could be back on the field as soon as Sunday's Week 13 game in Detroit.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Foot injury downplayed

    Etienne, who exited Sunday's 28-27 win over the Ravens after just two carries due to a foot injury, downplayed the issue afterward, Adam Stites of USA Today reports. Etienne told John Shipley of SI.com after Sunday's contest that "we'll be straight by next weekend." Meanwhile, head coach Doug Pederson said that Etienne could have returned to the game if necessary, but the Jaguars opted to hold the running back out as a precaution, per The Associated Press. With that in mind, Etienne's status is still worth monitoring ahead of next weekend's game against the Lions, but at this stage it appears as though the he avoided a major setback with his foot Sunday. Etienne finished the day with three yards on two carries and wasn't targeted in the passing game.
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  • Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Injures foot Sunday

    Etienne was forced out of Sunday's game against the Ravens with a foot injury. Etienne missed last season with a Lisfranc injury but hadn't sat out any games heading into Week 12. Prior to his exit from Sunday's contest, the 2021 first-rounder had carried twice for three yards. With newcomer Darrell Henderson inactive, JaMycal Hasty and Snoop Conner are next up for the Jaguars' carries versus Baltimore.
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