RB - LAC
Week 4 Outlook
Isaiah Spiller rushed for 12 yards on five carries and caught two passes for 15 yards in Los Angeles' 24-17 win over the Raiders.
Spiller got involved on Sunday, logging seven total touches with starter Austin Ekeler (ankle) still out for the Chargers. He wasn't able to do much with the work he got, despite it being a solid matchup against the Raiders. He doesn't hold any fantasy value for right now or moving forward in the season.
Isaiah Spiller rushed for seven yards on two carries in Chargers’ 28-24 win over the Vikings.
Spiller operated as the backup to Joshua Kelley in the absence of Austin Ekeler. The 22-year-old did not see the field much and can be comfortably left on the waiver wire. The Chargers will look to build on their win in Week 4 against Las Vegas.
Isaiah Spiller's sophomore season in the NFL continues to be a tough slog as he managed a mere 3 yards on his lone carry in the Chargers' heartbreaking 27-24 loss to the Titans.
The 22-year-old back currently ranked RB66 for the week and RB79 for the season, has yet to find his groove in the Chargers' offense. Tennessee quickly snuffed out his single rush up the middle in the second quarter, leaving fantasy managers wondering when Spiller will start to deliver on his potential. Looking ahead to Week 3, Spiller and the Chargers will face off against the Minnesota Vikings, a matchup that could finally allow the young back to break out. However, if Austin Ekeler returns in Week 3, Spiller will likely see very little action.
Chargers RB Isaiah Spiller is officially inactive for the team’s Week 1 matchup with Miami.
Spiller is a healthy scratch and the Chargers will have Joshua Kelley and Elijah Dotson serve as the backups to Austin Ekeler. Fantasy managers can leave Spiller off their radar for now.
Isaiah Spiller took five carries for 27 yards on Saturday against the Rams.
Spiller had some hype last year in his rookie season, but an early injury seemed to severely impact his progress. He will compete with Joshua Kelley for the No. 2 role in the Chargers backfield behind Austin Ekeler.