RB - SF
This Week Outlook
Jordan Mason rushed the ball four times for 64 yards on 16.0 yards per carry in Thursday's 21-13 win over the Seattle Seahawks.
Mason didn't get much work on Thursday, but he was very productive with what he had. He only touched the ball four times, but he was able to log over 60 yards on impressive efficiency. He still won't be very involved moving forward with Christian McCaffrey leading this backfield, but he may earn some additional work in future games.
Jordan Mason rushed 11 times for 56 yards in San Francisco's Week 14 win over Tampa Bay.
Mason saw all of his carries in the second half with the game practically over by halftime. He ran with efficiency for the second straight week, as he averaged 5.1 yards per carry. It's very possible his workload increases with Deebo Samuel likely dealing with a high-ankle sprain, which would force him out for at least the next few weeks. Mason will take on a weak Seahawks run defense for Week 15, where he could produce another solid yardage outing. For now, however, he remains a bench stash in all formats.
Jordan Mason rushed eight times for 51 yards in San Francisco's Week 13 victory over Miami.
Mason earned a season-high eight carries with Elijah Mitchell sidelined this game and for the next few weeks. He was efficient running the ball, as he averaged 6.4 yards per carry. However, he saw zero involvement in the passing game, as he was held without a target. Mason will require more usage to be considered utilizing for fantasy purposes, though is a solid bench stash in the event that Christian McCaffrey misses any time.
Jordan Mason is active for the 49ers’ Week 1 game against Chicago.
While fantasy managers are not starting Mason, it is worth noting that he is active and Tyrion Davis-Price is not. Mason could be worth a pickup if you have an empty bench spot.
Jordan Mason made the 49ers 53-man roster heading into Week 1.
The undrafted free agent out of Georgia Tech made it over Trey Sermon who was waived by the team. He will join Elijah Mitchell, Jeff Wilson and fellow rookie Tyrion Davis-Price in the Week 1 backfield. San Francisco has had three different undrafted running backs lead them in rushing over the last five seasons interestingly enough. Nonetheless, Mason is not on the fantasy radar heading into Week 1.