Washington rushed for 30 yards on four carries during Sunday's 35-3 loss to the Chiefs.
Washington was dealt a quartet of carries despite playing only seven offensive snaps during Sunday's blowout loss, having been essentially uninvolved on offense since Week 14. His underwhelming third season in the league comes to an end with 30 carries for 115 yards and one catch on one target for nine yards in 10 games. The addition of Doug Martin behind original starter Marshawn Lynch (groin) was certainly a drawback in terms of Washington's output, while fellow backup Jalen Richard handled the pass-catching duties out of the backfield. Washington has one year left on his affordable rookie deal with the Raiders, who could be in search of a new starter in 2019.
The Raiders held a 17-point lead at halftime and were thus able to lean heavily on the ground game throughout the night, but it didn't result in increased involvement for Washington. The third-string running back was on the field for just five snaps, which were actually his most since Week 13. Expect Washington to be an afterthought in the game plan in the season finale Sunday in Kansas City so long as the top two options out of the backfield, Doug Martin and Jalen Richard, are both available for the contest.
Washington rushed for one yard on his lone carry during Sunday's 30-16 loss to the Bengals.
Washington has now been held to a single-digit offensive snap count for four consecutive games as Doug Martin and Jalen Richard continue to lead the Raiders' backfield during Marshawn Lynch's (groin) absence. Washington's limited volume in the offense figures to remain a hindrance to his potential fantasy value again in Week 16 against the Broncos.
Washington rushed for seven yards on three carries and lost a fumble in Sunday's 40-33 loss to the Chiefs.
Washington earned a minuscule six offensive snaps and was ineffective during his limited action with an average of 2.3 yards per carry. Meanwhile, fellow running backs Doug Martin and Jalen Richard combined for 193 yards of total offense on 29 touches. Washington's role figures to remain restricted in Week 14 against a Steelers defense that has done a solid job of holding opposing backfields in check.
Washington rushed for eight yards on three carries and caught his lone target for nine yards in Sunday's 34-17 loss to the Ravens.
Washington was dealt a season high 12 carries in the Raiders' Week 11 win over the Cardinals, but saw his role reduced Sunday as starter Doug Martin was able to play through a minor ankle injury. Washington's fantasy value also continues to be limited by pass-catching complement Jalen Richard, who has seen at least four targets in nine straight games. In Week 13, Oakland is slated to host a Chiefs defense that is giving up 5.0 yards per carry.
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