Eddie Lacy

Eddie Lacy

RB - SEA
Height: 5' 11"Weight: 250 lbsAge: 27College: AlabamaDrafted: #61 (2nd Rd. by Green Bay)

Week 3 Outlook

SEA @ TEN
Sun 4:05pm ET
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Week Rank (ECR) RB #94
Projection 1.1 pts

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Eddie Lacy INACTIVE for Week 2

NFL Insider Adam Caplan is reporting Seattle Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy is inactive for Week 2.

Fantasy Impact

Lacy is a healthy scratch for Sunday's matchup against the 49ers, which is no surprise. He only received five touches in Week 1. With Lacy out, Thomas Rawls should see the bulk of the early down work for the Seahawks. He is an upside flex option in a favorable Week 2 matchup.

Eddie Lacy has uneventful Seahawks debut in loss

Eddie Lacy ran for a mere three yards on five carries in the Seahawks' loss to the Packers on Sunday.

Fantasy Impact

Lacy had a chance to break out as the featured back in Seattle against his former team, but couldn't put it together. Lacy not only came up short, but possibly lost his place on the depth chart to Chris Carson, who saw more carries than him.

Caleb Baggette1 week ago
Eddie Lacy could get 20-25 carries on Sunday?

Seahawks beat writer Gregg Bell asked head coach Pete Carroll on Wednesday whether or not he thought Eddie Lacy could handle 20-25 carries if Thomas Rawls needed to miss the game against the Packers, and Carroll responded "yes."

Fantasy Impact

This one shouldn't be guaranteed in any way, but it's a positive sign that Lacy is the starter if/when Rawls is out of the lineup. It's also important to note that Rawls returned to practice on Wednesday, so this could shape up to be a timeshare in Week 1. If Rawls is active on Sunday, consider Lacy a risky RB3, but if he's inactive, Lacy deserves RB2 consideration against his old team.

Mike Tagliere2 weeks ago
Eddie Lacy and Thomas Rawls to be co-starters?

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll indicated that Eddie Lacy and Thomas Rawls could be co-starters. Carroll told reporters that he is comfortable with having running backs with "different dimensions." Carroll also said “I am really comfortable and I have no problem with it. Also, I’m comfortable with a guy taking over. If a guy takes over and it’s obvious, I got no problem with that either." Carroll also gave praise to C.J Prosise, Chris Carson & J.D. McKissic.

Fantasy Impact

A fantasy nightmare from bad to worse. What was a battle between Lacy, Rawls & Prosise has grown. Chris Carson & J.D McKissic now appear to be in the mix. The best course of action is to avoid Seattle running backs.

Caleb Baggette3 weeks ago
Eddie Lacy runs for 21 yards in preseason win

Eddie Lacy saw four carries and ran for 21 yards in the Seahawks' preseason win on Friday.

Fantasy Impact

Lacy, who signed with the Seahawks this offseason, is still likely to start the season second on the depth chart. While it is still very possible Lacy gets a chance to start, his ADP is a huge risk.

Caleb Baggette4 weeks ago