RB - JAC
Week 13 Outlook
Carlos Hyde ran the ball 9 times for 24 yards and a TD. Hyde also had 1 reception for -1 yards and a fumble.
James Robinson saw his usage go down after his fumble on the Jaguars' first drive. If Robinson continues to see his time decrease due to injuries or fumbling issues then that leaves Hyde as a desperation flex. Otherwise, he can probably stay on the waiver wire.
Carlos Hyde rushed six times for 16 yards in the Jaguars 14-21 loss to the Falcons in Week 12.
Hyde is clearly the distant backup to James Robinson, who handled 20 touches on Sunday. Only in to spell or give Robinson a breather, Hyde should be left on the waivers.
Carlos Hyde rushed 21 times for 67 yards and caught 1-of-2 targets for six yards in the Jaguars' Week 9 win over the Bills.
With James Robinson ruled out, Hyde was given a massive workload. Unfortunately, he wasn't able to turn the extra usage into anything special as a 3.3 yards per touch average isn't very impressive. His fantasy value solely depends on Robinson's Week 10 status, but another tough matchup against the Colts makes him a risky fantasy option going forward.
Carlos Hyde is a surprise healthy scratch from Thursday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Hyde is averaging 7.6 touches per game through the first three weeks. Dare Ogunbowale could be the biggest benefactor of this absence, but expect James Robinson to see a significant workload. Robinson is coming off a 134-yard performance and makes for a solid RB2 play in Week 4.
Carlos Hyde rushed twice for seven yards and failed to haul in any of his two targets in the Jaguars' Week 2 loss to the Broncos.
Hyde led the backfield in touches last week but ceded most of his touches to James Robinson in this one. It's hard to imagine why someone would even roster Hyde at the moment outside of sheer desperation. He's a low-end streamer in Week 3 against the Cardinals.