RB - FA
Week 12 Outlook
The Tennessee Titans have released RB David Cobb.
One year removed from being the "back" to really own the Tennesse backfield Cobb has been released. With the acquisition of DeMarco Murray and the drafting of Derick Henry, there is not much room left for Cobb. It will be seen whether or not he can catch on with another team but for fantasy purposes Cobb is irrelevant.
RB David Cobb had 73 rushing yards on 19 carries and one touchdown.
Cobb had the best game of his young career against the colts, and earned his first touchdown in the NFL. He still couldn't break away for many yards, but he displayed some tough running skills. His rookie season was nearly derailed by a preseason injury. He was slow to come back from the injury, but maybe he can use this last performance as a building block into next season.
David Cobb rushed seven times for 18 yards and caught his only target for -2 yards Week 16 against the Texans.
Cobb handled most of the running back work against Houston as Antonio Andrews fumbled early and was sent to the bench. Cobb found no running room against the Texans as he's done for most of the year. He has been a disappointment for those who had high hopes of him having David Johnson-esque impact on the fantasy scene. He is a keeper league stash still.
RB David Cobb finished with 40 rushing yards on 13 carries.
It was a positive game for rookie David Cobb as he had a 50/50 split in carries with starter Antonio Andrews. Cobb didn't have a stellar yards per carry average (3.1), but he did have a couple of decent carries proving he has enough burst to play more. Keep an eye on Cobb's workload to see if he gets another bump up next week.
RB David Cobb had -3 yards on 4 carries in a 19-13 loss to the Jaguars.
Many took the chance to pick up Cobb off waivers to see what he could do in his debut, and many will be promptly sending him back to waivers ASAP. It was obvious when the Titans had him on the field he was going to get the ball, and the defense never allowed him to run far after receiving the handoff. He shouldn't be owned until he proves himself worthy again.