RB - KC
Week 13 Outlook
Isiah Pacheco rushed the ball 22 times for 69 yards and a touchdown while also catching one pass for 17 yards en route to a 26-10 win over the Rams on Sunday.
It was a good outing for the rookie on Sunday, who got his season high in carries in a win over the Rams. He was the team's clear-cut RB1, and he was also able to find the end zone to further prop up his statline. His future outlook looks good as the top back on this team, and he's worthy of being considered as a flex option in favorable matchups moving forward.
Isiah Pacheco rushed the ball 15 times for 107 total yards in Sunday's 30-27 win over the Los Angeles Chargers.
Pacheco had a nice game in real life, but it didn't convert well to fantasy value. He had over 100 yards on over seven yards per carry, but he didn't log a reception or touchdown to prop up his fantasy numbers. He has proven that he's the clear-cut starter on this team over the last few weeks, and there should be some better days ahead for the rookie from a fantasy standpoint.
Isaiah Pacheco carried the ball a team-high 16 times for 82 yards in a 27-17 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Pacheco had a costly fumble in the red zone early on in the game, but that was just a bump in the road in an otherwise solid game. He was clearly the teams top rusher, and he seems to have solidified the RB1 role in Kansas City over the past couple of weeks. He should have low-end flex value as the guy in this backfield moving forward.
Isiah Pacheco rushed the ball five times for five yards and caught one pass for four yards in Sunday night's 20-17 OT win over the Titans.
Pacheco was rather uninvolved on Sunday, only touching the ball six times in a pass-heavy affair. He didn't see many reps as the receiving back, and it looks like his role is relegated to mostly running. He's at best a weekly streaming option until we get some clarity on this Kansas City backfield.
Isiah Pacheco rushed the ball eight times for a team-high 43 yards in Sunday's blowout win over the San Francisco 49ers.
Owners of Pacheco were ecstatic to hear that he was listed as the starting running back for the team ahead of Sunday's game, but he ended up underwhelming. He only rushed the ball eight times and didn't get any work in the passing game. If he remains the starter moving forward, he will have possible flex value as Kansas City's RB1.
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