RB - GB
Week 7 Outlook
A.J. Dillon rushed five times for 31 yards in the Packers’ 38-10 loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday.
Dillon got some mop-up duty with the game well out of reach, and he had one of his best games as a pro. Green Bay should be more competitive against Houston next week, and Dillon should remain on the waiver wire outside the deepest of leagues.
A.J. Dillon rushed once for three yards in the Packers’ 30-16 win over the Falcons on Sunday.
The rookie touched the ball just once and wasn’t targeted in the passing game. His involvement is next to nothing in this offense, and he’s not worth rostering in even the deepest of leagues.
A.J. Dillon rushed five times for 17 yards in the Packers’ 42-21 win over the Lions on Sunday.
The rookie mustered a handful of touches in this one, but he’s not involved enough in the Packers’ offense to be anything more than a dynasty stash. Dillon has no value in most redraft leagues.
A.J. Dillon rushed twice for 14 yards in the Packers’ 43-34 win over the Bears on Sunday.
The rookie eked out just two touches compared to 20 for Aaron Jones, 11 for Jamaal Williams, and four for Tyler Ervin. He’s off the fantasy radar.
Former Boston College rookie A.J. Dillon is listed as the third RB on the Packers' initial depth chart.
Matt Schneidman of the Athletic suggests that Dillion is not expected to "unseat" Jamaal Williams as Aaron Jones' backup anytime soon because of Williams' ability to catch the football. Packers running back coach Ben Sirmans said that Dillon hasn't proven that he can catch in a game yet, and that was the biggest difference between the two [Williams and Dillon]. Dillon owners in dynasty formats are still safe, but those in redraft may want to consider cutting him until Williams falters or sustains an injury.