RB - SEA
Week 13 Outlook
Seahawks RB Deejay Dallas had one carry for 13 yards and added two receptions for 19 receiving yards in the Seahawks' Week 11 win over the Cardinals.
Dallas didn't get much work in the run game, but his one carry did earn a first down on a tough run up the gut. He caught both of his targets as he mixed in as the passing down back but was clearly behind Carlos Hyde. With RB Chris Carson on the verge of returning, fantasy managers can safely drop Dallas as Hyde and Carson will likely be the lead dogs for the Seahawks backfield going forward.
DeeJay Dallas rushed just two times for eight yards and added two catches for another 23 yards in a 23-16 Week 10 loss to the Rams.
Dallas was overtaken by Travis Homer in Week 9, and was overtaken again in Week 10, but this time by veteran Alex Collins. It was Collins who led the backfield in snaps and carries while Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde remained out. With Carson and/or Hyde expected back soon, the Seahawks backfield could get messy as soon as in Week 11 against Arizona.
DeeJay Dallas rushed seven times for 31 yards and a touchdown and caught 2-of-2 targets for 8 yards in a 44-34 loss to the Bills in Week 9.
Dallas’ snaps were capped due to the Seahawks trailing for most of this game. Backfield teammate Travis Homer ended up seeing more snaps than Dallas due to game flow, but Dallas was the one who found the end zone. His time as the starting running back could be coming to an end as soon as next week against the Rams if Chris Carson can return from a foot injury.
DeeJay Dallas rushed 18 times for 41 yards and a touchdown and caught 5-of-5 targets for 17 yards and another score.
The rookie filled in admirably for the injured Chris Carson (foot) and Carlos Hyde (hamstring). He ended up playing on 80% of the snaps compared to Travis Homer, who played on just 10% of the snaps. Dallas would likely get another start in Week 9 against the Bills should Carson and Hyde both be inactive again.
Seahawks' 4th-round rookie RB DeeJay Dallas earned two rushing attempts for eight yards and hauled in both of his targets for 15 yards in a 31-23 win over the Dolphins.
Dallas split carries and targets with fellow back-up RB Travis Homer, who saw four carries for five yards while converting a three-yard TD pass on his lone target from Russell Wilson. Dallas is in a clear timeshare with Homer to back-up Chris Carson, so there is no need to roster him until his role increases.