RB - FA
Week 7 Outlook
Seattle Seahawks beat writer Bob Condotta is reporting the team is not expected to re-sign RB Eddie Lacy.
Shocker -- or not really. Lacy was terrible in 2017 -- and really has been since the last time he put up significant production which was back in 2014 in Green Bay. One of the biggest fantasy busts of last season --albeit we didn't expect much to begin with -- Lacy is sure to find himself competing for a roster spot for 2018 due to his age (27) and upside. Lacy finished last season with 179 yards on 69 rushes in nine games -- and despite the Seahawks' troubles in their backfield, he was a healthy scratch at times down the stretch.
Eddie Lacy didn't record a rushing attempt and wasn't targeted in the Seahawks' loss to the Rams.
Lacy's fantasy stock continues to fall. Lacy can be dropped in all redraft leagues.
Eddie Lacy ran for three yards on one attempt with no targets in the Seahawks' win over the Eagles.
Lacy, who saw a season-high in carries in Week 12, took a backseat to a returning Mike Davis against the Eagles. Expect the Seahawks to roll with Davis, further hindering Lacy.
Eddie Lacy saw 17 carries for 46 yards with three receptions on as many targets for 15 yards in the Seahawks' win over the 49ers.
Lacy showed signs of life against the 49ers, reaching double-digit carries for only the third time this year. Lacy is worth a roster spot for those struggling at RB as the Seahawks appear to be committed to Lacy despite his struggles, though he offers little upside.
Eddie Lacy ran for two yards on three carries in the the Seahawks' loss to the Falcons.
Lacy was overshadowed by J.D. McKissic & Mike Davis in his return, getting the fewest carries of the three. Lacy is nothing more than a potential stash in deep leagues.