RB - NYG
Week 14 Outlook
Matt Breida rushed for six yards on two carries in the Giants’ 10-7 win over the Patriots.
Breida also caught his lone target for 10 yards. Despite being the primary backup for the Giants, Breida has not seen enough work to be fantasy viable. Fantasy managers can leave the veteran on the waiver wire.
Matt Breida ran the ball three times for -1 yards in the Giants' 31-19 victory over the Washington Commanders.
Breida was also targeted once in Sunday's win, but he was not able to make the grab. With Saquon Barkley on the field, Breida is a fantasy nonfactor.
Matt Breida rushed for three yards in the Giants' 49-17 loss against the Cowboys.
Breida remains off the fantasy radar with Saquon Barkley healthy.
Matt Breida rushed for five yards on two carries in the Giants’ 30-6 loss to the Raiders. He caught 1-of-2 targets for six yards.
Breida continues to operate as the change of pace back for the Giants with Saquon Barkley getting his usual heavy workload. With Daniel Jones potentially suffering a season-ending knee injury, Breida could be in line for more work as the Giants would have to shift even more of their game plan to the running game. Breida and the Giants have a tough test with the Cowboys on the schedule in Week 10.
Matt Breida caught his lone target for four yards while also rushing five times for 13 yards in the Giants' 13-10 Week 8 overtime loss to the Jets.
Breida was one of many skill position players that were unable to make much of an impact for head coach Brian Daboll against a strong New York Jets defensive front, averaging less than four yards per touch in a losing effort Sunday. The running back does not offer enough consistent value as long as No. 1 running back Saquon Barkley is healthy, relegating Breida to nothing more than an injury handcuff ahead of a Week 9 matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders.