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Fantasy Points
Dec 4, 2022 3 36 12.0 30 0 3
Nov 27, 2022 14 26 1.9 14 2 15
Nov 13, 2022 10 17 1.7 5 0 6
Nov 6, 2022 26 109 4.2 15 2 24
Oct 30, 2022 18 51 2.8 16 1 11

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2022 649 4.70 9 19 116
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Fantasy News

  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Not ruled out for Week 14

    Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that Walker is dealing with a right ankle strain and could be available for Sunday's game against the Panthers, though the team can't confirm his status yet, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Carroll called Walker's injury "unusual," but it's a good sign that the rookie running back hasn't been ruled out for Week 14 already. Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports that the Seahawks have already received results from Monday's MRI, so it appears that further information on Walker's status could rely on what he's able to do in practices this week. Meanwhile, Travis Homer is nursing a sprained knee while DeeJay Dallas suffered "somewhat of a high ankle issue," per Boyle, but was able to finish Week 13's win over the Rams.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Getting ankle checked

    Walker is scheduled to undergo tests Monday to evaluate what Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll has termed as a "jammed" right ankle, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Walker exited in the first half of Sunday's 27-23 win over the Rams with the ankle injury, finishing the day with three carries for 36 yards across 14 snaps. According to Rapoport, Walker's injury is different from a sprain because the joint of his ankle jammed down, but the Seahawks are still trying to determine the severity of the issue. Walker's upcoming tests should shed more light on his availability for the Seahawks' Week 14 game against the Panthers.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Not returning Sunday

    Walker (ankle) has been ruled out for the rest of Sunday's contest at the Rams, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. Walker was examined in the middle of the second quarter and eventually was deemed to have a right ankle injury, which won't allow him to log any more Week 13 action. Prior to his exit, he had three carries for 36 yards and didn't haul in his only target. With Travis Homer (illness) inactive and Rashaad Penny (ankle/fibula) on injured reserve, the Seahawks backfield has been whittled down to DeeJay Dallas and Tony Jones.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Sustains ankle injury Sunday

    Walker departed Sunday's game at the Rams due to an ankle injury. After a Seahawks possession in the second quarter, Walker was seen getting examined by team personnel and later remained on the sideline with his right leg propped up on the bench. It's unclear if he has a chance to return, but as long as the rookie second-round pick is out, this backfield will be the domain of DeeJay Dallas and perhaps Tony Jones, with Travis Homer (illness) inactive and Rashaad Penny (ankle/fibula) out for the season.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Finds end zone twice against Vegas

    Walker carried the ball 14 times for 26 yards and two touchdowns while catching his only target for 13 yards in Sunday's 40-34 overtime loss to the Raiders. For the second straight game, Walker was largely held in check, and 12 of his runs netted him a total of zero yards. Fortunately, the other two resulted in a 12-yard TD in the first quarter and a 14-yard score in the third. Seattle's rookie RB will look to produce more yards in Week 13 against a Rams defense that just had trouble containing fellow first-year back Isiah Pacheco.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Scores twice against Cards

    Walker carried the ball 26 times for 109 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 31-21 win over the Cardinals. He also caught three of four targets for 20 yards. Both scores came in the fourth quarter, as Walker put the game out of Arizona's reach. Walker has gotten into the end zone in five straight games, scoring seven TDs in total over that stretch while amassing 512 rushing yards. The rookie should be one of the focal points of the Seattle offense again in a Week 10 clash with the Buccaneers in Germany.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Erupts against Chargers

    Walker carried the ball 23 times for 168 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 37-23 win over the Chargers. While he didn't see any action as a receiver, Walker didn't need to supplement his production on the ground. If there was a downside to his performance it's that he was tackled in the end zone for a safety early in the fourth quarter as Los Angeles looked to spark a comeback, but the rookie running back atoned with a 74-yard TD run about seven minutes later, putting the game out of reach. It was Walker's first career 100-yard game and first multi-TD effort, but it likely won't be his last in either category as the top back in a Pete Carroll offense. Walker will look to put together another big day in Week 8 against a Giants defense that just got gashed for 114 yards and a TD by the Jaguars' Travis Etienne.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker III: RBs to Start

    Walker looked amazing in Week 6 against Arizona and should be locked into your starting lineups now. He had 21 carries for 97 yards and a touchdown, along with two catches for 13 yards on three targets. He's now scored in consecutive games, and he has a fantastic matchup in Week 7 against the Chargers. Six running backs have scored at least 14 PPR points against the Chargers this season, including five in the past three games. This should be a top-10 performance for Walker in Week 7.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Dominates work, looks good

    Walker carried the ball 21 times for 97 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 19-9 win over Arizona. He added two receptions for 13 yards. Walker dominated carries out of Seattle's backfield as expected in the first week without Rashaad Penny (ankle), accounting for 21 of the team's 30 rushing attempts. He displayed some big-play ability by ripping off gains of 34, 21 and 17 yards, and he also recorded an 11-yard rushing score. While Walker isn't known for his receiving ability, it was encouraging to see him involved in the passing game -- even at a minimal level. Walker should carry a heavy workload once again in Week 7 against the Chargers.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker III: RBs to Start

    Rashaad Penny (ankle) is out for the season, and now Walker will take over as the primary running back for Seattle. He should be considered a high-end No. 2 Fantasy running back in all leagues with this matchup. The Cardinals have allowed four running backs to score at least 12 PPR points this season, and Walker should be looking at a hefty workload for the Seahawks. He ripped off a 69-yard touchdown run in Week 5 at New Orleans after Penny got hurt, and his big-play ability should come into play here against Arizona at home. Fantasy managers who added Walker this week or have kept him on the bench should fire him up now with his increased role.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker III: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Walker's Fantasy appeal is tied to his opportunity to be the Seahawks lead back. Before last week that meant anywhere from 12 to 17 carries most weeks with the potential for more in a blowout. This probably won't be a blowout, though, nor will it be a walk in the park. Treat Walker as a No. 2 running back with minimal production through the air.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Set for starting gig

    Walker is primed to step into Seattle's primary running back role with Rashaad Penny (lower leg) done for the season, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Walker will get a chance to lead the Seahawks backfield with Penny set for season-ending surgery to address a broken fibula. The rookie second-round pick had eight carries for 88 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 39-32 loss to the Saints, highlighted by a 69-yard breakaway score, but he's still yet to log double-digit attempts in a single game. There's a good chance that changes Week 6 versus the Cardinals, as DeeJay Dallas currently is the only healthy running back on Seattle's roster, though Travis Homer (ribs) could return from IR later this month. The team will likely add more backfield depth in the coming days, but Walker projects to inherit a lead role in Penny's absence.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Expanded role likely

    Walker carried eight times for 88 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 39-32 loss to the Saints. Walker made his mark Sunday with a 69-yard scoring jaunt in the fourth quarter, and with fellow back Rashaad Penny having suffered what head coach Pete Carroll described as a "serious" ankle injury, accordingGregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune, the rookie second-round pick looks set to see an expanded role in Seattle's offense, beginning with the Seahawks' Week 6 game against the Cardinals. Look for more context regarding Penny's injury to surface no later than Monday, but Walker could be on track for a multi-game run as Seattle's clear-cut lead back. The Seahawks also have DeeJay Dallas on hand and Travis Homer (ribs) perhaps on track to return from injured reserve later this month, but both profile more as change-of-pace backs than true challengers to Walker for the top spot on the depth chart.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Set to play Week 5

    Walker (shoulder) is active Week 5 against the Saints. Walker was limited in practice by a shoulder injury on consecutive days this week, but it won't stop him from suiting up Sunday. Last week, Walker barely saw a third of the snaps, playing second fiddle to Rashaad Penny -- a role that translated to just eight carries for 29 yards. It's unclear if the rookie will carve out a greater piece of the pie against a tough Saints run defense, especially given the recent injury.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Dealing with shoulder issue

    Walker was limited at Thursday's practice by a shoulder injury, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Walker avoided the injury report entirely to kick off Week 5 prep, so his midweek addition is somewhat concerning. He'll aim to bump back up to all activity at Friday's session, after which the Seahawks may provide some clarity regarding his availability for Sunday's contest at New Orleans. Even if he ends up being available this weekend, though, Walker will play second fiddle in Seattle's backfield to Rashaad Penny (shoulder), who followed up a DNP on Wednesday with a full practice Thursday.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Puts up 33 total yards

    Walker rushed three times for 19 yards and caught all three of his targets for 14 yards in Sunday's 27-23 loss to the Falcons. Walker played just nine offensive snaps, but it's encouraging that he got the ball on six of those plays. The rookie second-round pick had a 21-yard tout in the third quarter but didn't gain any ground on his other two carries. He was also effective as a checkdown option for quarterback Geno Smith. However, Rashaad Penny -- who played 69 percent of the snaps -- is still the clear No. 1 back, so fantasy managers need to exercise patience with Walker.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Quiet debut in Sunday's loss

    Walker gained 10 yards on four carries and caught two of three targets for five yards in Sunday's 27-7 loss to the 49ers. Making his debut for Seattle after missing Week 1 while completing his recovery from a hernia procedure in August, the second-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft struggled along with the rest of the team's offense, and the Seahawks' only points on the day came on a blocked field goal that got returned to the end zone by Mike Jackson. More encouragingly, Walker tied Rashaad Penny in touches with six, and the rookie could find himself in a backfield timeshare now that he's healthy -- albeit a timeshare in an offense that has looked far from dangerous so far. Up next in Week 3 is a Falcons defense that has yet to allow a RB to reach 50 rushing yards against them.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Clear for NFL debut

    Walker (hernia) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game in San Francisco, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. While he won't necessarily have a key role from the jump, Walker has been cleared to play. He should poach some carries from Rashaad Penny sooner or later, and the veteran's injury history means Walker has a good chance to serve as the lead runner at some point during his rookie season. The 2022 second-round pick starts off with a challenge, facing San Francisco's menacing front seven on the road.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Scheduled to practice

    Walker (abdomen) is expected to practice Wednesday, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Head coach Pete Carroll has already said he expects Walker to return for this weekend's game against the 49ers, though Carroll noted Wednesday that the Seahawks are relying on the rookie to let them know how he feels in practice, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. Either way, Rashaad Penny likely will be the lead back again, though Walker could take a chunk out of the rushing workload if he's truly ready this Sunday. Carroll's history of unrealistic optimism about injuries does leave some doubt as to Walker's availability. However, any doubt about Walker's status could largely be removed by a full practice showing by the end of the week.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: NFL debut delayed

    Walker (hernia) is listed as inactive Monday against the Broncos. A 2022 second-round pick, Walker unsurprisingly won't suit up in the Seahawks' season opener due to the hernia procedure he underwent in mid-August that didn't allow him to practice during Week 1 prep. With Walker on the sideline, the team will ride Rashaad Penny as the top backfield option, while Travis Homer and DeeJay Dallas are on hand for any remaining RB reps.
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