RB - NYG
Week 12 Outlook
Giants' RB Dion Lewis caught 2 passes for 17 yards in Week 10's win over the Eagles.
Lewis is a nice role player, but New York has a crowded backfield with Wayne Gallman and Alfred Morris handling most of the touches. Barring injuries, Lewis isn't currently on the fantasy radar.
Giants running back Dion Lewis rushed three times for five yards and caught both of his targets for 16 yards in Sunday's win over the Washinton Football Team.
Even with Devonta Freeman missing the team's last two games, Lewis has not seen much work for the Giants. Instead, the team has leaned on Wayne Gallman while also promoting Alfred Morris from the practice squad and giving him more snaps and touches than Lewis.
Giants running back did not receive any carries but caught two of his three targets for eight yards and a touchdown in Monday night's loss to the Buccaneers.
Even with Devonta Freeman sidelined, Lewis did not get into the action on the ground game while Wayne Gallman and Alfred Morris combined for 20 carries on the night.
Giants running back Dion Lewis rushed three times for 23 yards and lost a fumble in Thursday's loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Starting running back Devonta Freeman left with an injury on Thursday, but it was Wayne Gallman and not Lewis who saw the majority of the playing time. Lewis's fumble in the first half likely didn't help his case for more playing time, though he could have some value in PPR leagues if Freeman is unable to play in Week 8 against the Buccaneers.
Giants running back Dion Lewis caught one pass for 10 yards and did not see any rushing attempts in Sunday's win over the Washington Football Team.
With Devonta Freeman now the starter at running back for the Giants, Dion Lewis and Wayne Gallman do not have any fantasy value outside of being stashed as handcuffs in leagues where roster space allows.