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Fantasy Points
Nov 23, 2023 14 47 3.4 10 0 5
Nov 19, 2023 15 47 3.1 11 0 6
Nov 12, 2023 6 44 7.3 12 0 5
Nov 5, 2023 4 8 2.0 4 0
Oct 29, 2023 5 53 10.6 21 0 6
Player Outlook
We're advising waiting until Round 9 in redraft to target Charbonnet, though to tell the truth it is a bit of a guessing game how Pete Carroll will employ his rookie alongside Kenneth Walker. It's not often a team uses a second-round pick on a running back in back-to-back years. Charbonnet showed better passing-game skills in college than Walker and is a bigger back, so it is entirely possible by the end of the year that the rookie is handling the majority of the high-value touches. Early in the year, we're expecting a 1A/1B situation, with Walker in the lead role. Charbonnet is worth a late first-round pick in one-quarterback rookie-only drafts but could fall to Round 2 in Superflex.

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2023 308 4.60 23 103 333.3
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Fantasy News

  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Inefficient in starting assignment

    Charbonnet rushed 14 times for 47 yards and secured all four targets for 11 yards in the Seahawks' 31-13 loss to the 49ers on Thursday. The rookie back got the starting call as expected with Kenneth Walker (oblique) sidelined and unsurprisingly found efficiency hard to come by against an aggressive 49ers defense. Charbonnet's longest run went for a modest 10 yards, and seven of his 11 receiving yards came on one catch. With Seattle having just a standard seven-day period between games ahead a Week 13 Thursday night road battle versus the Cowboys, there's a possibility Walker still isn't healthy enough to suit up against Dallas.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Starting role awaits Thursday

    Charbonnet is in line to serve as Seattle's lead back Thursday against San Francisco with Kenneth Walker (oblique) listed as doubtful for the Week 12 contest and not expected to play, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports. Though Walker is on track to miss his first game of the season, the Seahawks already got an extended glimpse of Charbonnet in a leading role when Walker played just seven snaps in this past Sunday's loss to the Rams before going down with an oblique strain. Charbonnet dominated the work in the backfield following Walker's departure, finishing the day with 15 carries for 47 yards to go with six catches for 22 yards on six targets. Seattle will have DeeJay Dallas and Kenny McIntosh around as additional depth out of the backfield, but the former profiles as more of a third-down/pass-catching specialist, while the latter is a rookie seventh-round pick who has yet to make his NFL debut. With that in mind, Charbonnet could be poised for one of the heavier snap counts and workloads among all running backs Week 12, though a relatively difficult matchup against a San Francisco defense that has allowed 4.0 yards per carry and five rushing touchdowns this season may lower his overall ceiling a bit.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: RBs to Sit

    Charbonnet was worth adding in all leagues with Kenneth Walker III (oblique) injured, but I don't want to start Charbonnet as anything more than a flex in Week 12 against the 49ers. I love what Charbonnet did against the Rams in Week 11 when Walker got hurt with 21 total touches, including six catches for 22 yards on six targets. He now has 11 targets in his past two games for 10 catches, and I hope he stays in the pass-catching role with Walker out. Seattle could opt to make Charbonnet the main rusher and use DeeJay Dallas or Kenny McIntosh on passing downs, which would limit Charbonnet's upside. This is also a tough matchup against the 49ers, who are No. 10 in fewest Fantasy points allowed to opposing running backs.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Lead back after starter exits

    Charbonnet had 15 carries for 47 yards and six receptions on as many targets for 22 yards after taking over as lead back following Kenneth Walker's (oblique) early departure in Sunday's 17-16 loss to the Rams. Walker recorded just five touches before leaving Sunday's contest with what is now being described as a "legit" injury to the starter's oblique, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Charbonnet was already seeing his role increase gradually while playing alongside Walker this season, so it wasn't too surprising to see head coach Pete Carroll primarily use the rookie to replace Walker's 20-plus touches. Charbonnet wound up touching the ball 21 times Sunday, which smashed the previous high of 10 he tied last week against Washington. Early reports indicate that Walker could miss some time, starting with Thursday's division matchup against the 49ers. If that holds true, Charbonnet's fantasy stock would receive a major boost for as long as Walker is out. The 22-year-old is averaging 4.9 yards per carry and 5.4 yards per reception through nine games as a backup this season.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: New high of 11 touches in win

    Charbonnet had six carries for 44 yards and caught four of five targets for 18 yards in Sunday's 29-26 win over the Commanders. Charbonnet's 11 combined touches represented a new season high for the rookie, which comes on the heels of out-snapping starter Kenneth Walker in a blowout loss to Baltimore in Week 9. The latter scenario was likely the result of the one-sided affair that took place in Baltimore, but Charbonnet maintained the increased role against Washington even with the score being close from start to finish. The second-round running back did not see an increase in playing time at the expense of starter Kenneth Walker, who finished Sunday's tilt with 127 combined yards and a touchdown on 20 touches. Charbonnet remains an option for those in deeper formats while possibly having value as a stash or insurance policy heading into Week 11's matchup against the Rams next Sunday.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Sleeper RBs

    The Seahawks want to get their run game going, which should mean good things for Kenneth Walker III. He's a must-start running back in all leagues heading into Week 10 against Washington. But Charbonnet has played more snaps than Walker in each of the past two games against Cleveland and Baltimore, and we'll see if that leads to even more work against the Commanders. I'm not expecting a huge outing from Charbonnet, but he could be a flex option in deeper leagues. Washington has allowed a running back to score at least 13 PPR points in four games in a row.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    The Seahawks want to get their run game going, which should mean good things for Kenneth Walker III. He's a must-start running back in all leagues heading into Week 10 against Washington. But Charbonnet has played more snaps than Walker in each of the past two games against Cleveland and Baltimore, and we'll see if that leads to even more work against the Commanders. I'm not expecting a huge outing from Charbonnet, but he could be a flex option in deeper leagues. Washington has allowed a running back to score at least 13 PPR points in four games in a row.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Week 10 Adds (RB Preview)

    Two weeks in a row Charbonnet has played more snaps than Ken Walker. We don't think this trend will continue, and Charbonnet isn't seeing enough touches to be a starter, but he should certainly be rostered in more than 65% of leagues. If he takes over this backfield he will be a top-15 running back on a weekly basis.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Week 10 Waiver Priority List

    For the second game in a row, Charbonnet played more snaps than Kenneth Walker III, and it's definitely something to monitor moving forward. The Seahawks are struggling offensively the past two games against Cleveland and Baltimore, and Pete Carroll could opt to make some changes, which might benefit Charbonnet. That said, I don't expect Charbonnet to overtake Walker any time soon, but I do want to stash Charbonnet on my bench just in case something happens in his favor. He's worth adding for 5-10 percent of your FAB.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Leads backfield in snaps again

    Charbonnet rushed four times for eight yards and caught his lone target for five yards in Sunday's 37-3 loss to the Ravens. Charbonnet out-snapped Kenneth Walker for the second straight week, although Walker led the backfield in touches, turning nine carries into 16 yards and catching a pass for a one-yard gain. Walker may have been battling an injury last week that limited his workload, but he wasn't on the injury report for Week 9. Instead, it appears Charbonnet was called on more because he's the better pass catcher and this game turned against Seattle early. This backfield could flip in the rookie's favor at any moment, but it's still going to be tough to trust him for fantasy purposes until he actually begins to handle more touches than Walker.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Sleeper RBs

    I don't expect Charbonnet to play more than Kenneth Walker III in Week 9 at Baltimore, but I also didn't expect that to happen in Week 8 against Cleveland. However, Charbonnet ended up playing more snaps than Walker (34-24) for the first time all season, and maybe that's because Walker came into the week dealing with a calf injury. For Week 9, you can consider Charbonnet a flex option, and he did well against the Browns with five carries for 53 yards and two catches for 11 yards on two targets. Walker, meanwhile, had eight carries for 66 yards and one catch for 4 yards on two targets, and he remains a No. 2 running back in all leagues. But Charbonnet could be building momentum, and he might be worth starting as a flex in deeper leagues.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Week 9 Adds (RB Preview)

    It's a stretch to start Charbonnet this week, so he may belong in the stash section, but I want to stress how imperative it is to make sure he's rostered in your league. If Ken Walker misses a game Charbonnet is going to be a top-12 running back. Also, if we get another game where Charbonnet plays more than Walker in Week 9, we'll view the rookie as much more than a handcuff.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Not expected to face Arizona

    Charbonnet (hamstring) is not expected to suit up for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Charbonnet is officially listed as questionable, but his hamstring issue looks like it will cause him to miss the first game of his career. In that case, DeeJay Dallas will be in line to operate as the No. 2 option behind top running back Kenneth Walker. Confirmation on Charbonnet's status will arrive when Seattle releases its inactive list roughly 90 minutes ahead of Sunday's 4:05 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Not practicing, deemed questionable

    Charbonnet (hamstring) isn't practicing Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Bob Condotta of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. A third straight missed practice suggests the rookie is unlikely to play even if the Seahawks are leaving the door open. DeeJay Dallas figures to step in as the team's No. 2 RB behind Kenneth Walker if Charbonnet ends up on the inactive list ahead of a 4:05 p.m. ET kickoff this Sunday.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Dealing with hamstring issue

    Charbonnet was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice due to a hamstring injury, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Charbonnet so far has avoided health concerns in his brief career, but his status for Week 7 now is clouded following Wednesday's absence. The rookie second-round pick will have sessions available to him Thursday and Friday to put himself in a position to play Sunday against the Cardinals, but if Charbonnet is limited or out this weekend, DeeJay Dallas would be the primary beneficiary behind starting running back Kenneth Walker.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Six touches in overtime win

    Charbonnet rushed four times for 16 yards and caught two passes on two targets for 14 yards in Sunday's 37-31 overtime win versus the Lions. Charbonnet was still the clear No. 2 back behind Kenneth Walker, who totaled 54 yards and two touchdowns on 18 touches. The rookie has showcased his punishing running style through the first two games, and his pass-catching ability will provide upside if he can push for more snaps. For the time being, it will be difficult to trust Charbonnet in fantasy as long as Walker is dominating the snap count.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Backup duties on tap

    Charbonnet is listed as the No. 3 running back on the depth chart behind Kenneth Walker and DeeJay Dallas heading into Sunday's matchup versus the Rams. It's a little surprising that Charbonnet is listed behind Dallas, but we aren't reading into that too much. Dallas hasn't recorded more than 55 touches in a season through three years in the league, and he's mostly a passing-down back anyway. The Seahawks will make sure Charbonnet -- their second-round pick -- sees his share sooner than later. Still, it wouldn't be surprising if Dallas began the year ahead of Charbonnet in passing situations. However, Charbonnet may eventually take over that role while also challenging Walker for a chunk of the early down work.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Sleeper RBs

    Kenneth Walker III is able to play despite dealing with a groin issue during Thursday's practice, and he should be the lead running back for the Seahawks this week. But Seattle might opt to ease Walker into action and lean more on Charbonnet, who had some positive moments in the preseason. I'm curious to see how this backfield split will work in Week 1 and all season, but I'd consider using Charbonnet as a flex option in deeper leagues. Seattle should be playing with a lead in this matchup, and there should be plenty of carries for Walker and Charbonnet to have success.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    With Kenneth Walker III back from the groin injury he suffered in training camp, he should be the lead running back for the Seahawks this week. But Seattle might opt to ease Walker back into action and lean more on Charbonnet, who had some positive moments in the preseason. I'm curious to see how this backfield split will work in Week 1 and all season, but I'd consider using Charbonnet as a flex option in deeper leagues. Seattle should be playing with a lead in this matchup, and there should be plenty of carries for Walker and Charbonnet to have success.
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  • Seahawks' Zach Charbonnet: Rips off long run Saturday

    Charbonnet rushed three times for 31 yards and brought in his only target for one yard in the Seahawks' 22-14 preseason win over the Cowboys on Saturday night. The rookie second-round pick netted just two yards on his two carries during Seattle's opening possession, but he finished his night on the ground with a 29-yard scamper off right guard that took the ball to the Cowboys' 38-yard line on the next drive. In terms of the Seahawks' running backs, undrafted rookie SaRodorick Thompson was the only player to outpace Charbonnet in rushing yards on the night. Charbonnet continues to have the inside track to the No. 2 job behind Kenneth Walker heading into the preseason finale against the Packers next Saturday afternoon.
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