RB - WAS
Week 14 Outlook
Antonio Gibson rushed for 35 yards on 10 carries in the Commanders’ 45-15 loss to Miami. He caught 4-of-5 targets for 37 yards.
Gibson’s four receptions tied Curtis Samuel for the team lead in the loss Sunday. Gibson took over as the lead running back after Brian Robinson (hamstring) exited due to injury. The Commanders will have time to rest up as they head into a bye in Week 14.
Antonio Gibson rushed for 21 yards on six carries, adding 16 yards on three receptions in Thursday's 45-10 loss to the Cowboys.
Gibson was questionable for Thanksgiving Day due to a toe injury, but he was cleared for action just prior to the game. He remained well behind Brian Robinson's 17 touches, but Gibson did finish with nine, giving him a fourth consecutive game between 7 to 11. Gibsons' main contributions during this recent stretch have come as a pass catcher out of the backfield. He has come up with at least three catches in each of the last four games, averaging 4.5 receptions for 32 yards with one touchdown.
Antonio Gibson (toe) is officially active for the Washington Commanders ahead of their Thanksgiving day Week 12 matchup against the Dallas Cowboys.
Gibson was able to clear through pre-game testing after originally being a game-time decision for the Commanders. The dress tile running back will see plenty of passing down work and is a sneaky PPR flex option in a game the Commanders could be playing from behind against a strong Dallas Cowboys offense.
Antonio Gibson (toe) will be a game-time call for Thanksgiving Day.
Gibson missed this past Sunday's game against the Giants due to his toe injury. It appears he is in danger of sitting out a second straight game but will be a game-time call for Thursday's matchup with the Cowboys.
Antonio Gibson was back at practice on Tuesday.
Gibson logged his second straight practice after missing practice all week. He appears on track to returning in Week 12 when the Commanders take on the Cowboys on Thursday. He should take back his third-down role behind Brian Robinson.