RB - FA
DeAndre Washington was held without a touch in the Dolphins' Week 15 win over the Patriots.
Washington was a non-factor with both Salvon Ahmed and Matt Breida back in the mix. The former Raider / Chief can be dropped in any season-long leagues in which he was rostered.
DeAndre Washington rushed 13 times for 35 yards and caught 2-of-4 targets for 17 yards in the Dolphins' Week 14 loss to the Chiefs.
Miami had to more or less abandon the run once they went down multiple scores in this one. Tua Tagovailoa wound up attempting 48 passes on the afternoon. Ultimately, it was a let down performance for Washington's fantasy managers. He got the start with Myles Gaskin landing on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Saturday. We'll monitor Miami's backfield situation ahead of a Week 15 matchup with the Patriots.
DeAndre Washington will be the Dolphins' starting running back in Week 14 against the Chiefs.
Myles Gaskin landed on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Saturday, which leaves Washington and Patrick Laird as the remaining two RBs. Matt Breida is also on the reserve/COVID-19 list and Salvon Ahmed is still dealing with a shoulder injury. Washington should be considered a borderline RB2/3 for the first weekend of the fantasy playoffs.
Dolphins RB DeAndre Washington (hamstring) remained "limited" on Thursday.
Washington didn't play in Week 13 but he has a chance to return this weekend against the Chiefs. With Salvon Ahmed (shoulder) looking likely to miss a second straight game, Myles Gaskin will remain the preferred fantasy start of the group.
DeAndre Washington, who was listed as doubtful, is inactive for Week 13's game against the Bengals.
With Salvon Ahmed and Matt Breida also inactive, Myles Gaskin and Patrick Laird will split duties out of the backfield, with Gaskin primed to be the primary back. He's a great DFS value this week and should be started as a RB2 in all formats.