RB - CAR
This Week Outlook
Panthers RB Trenton Cannon handled three carries for 17 yards and caught his lone target for a one-yard gain in Sunday's Week 12 loss to the Vikings.
Cannon had four touches for 18 yards. With Mike Davis, Rodney Smith, and Christian McCaffrey in front of him, he is just a guy in fantasy.
Panthers RB Trenton Cannon ran the ball one time for seven yards in Sunday's Week 7 loss to the Saints.
Cannon remains just a guy in the Carolina backfield. That will not change while either Mike Davis or Christian McCaffrey is healthy.
Panthers RB Trenton Cannon carried the ball three times for 12 yards and caught both of his targets for 15 yards in Sunday's Week 6 loss to the Bears.
Cannon is clearly second in the running back pecking order behind Mike Davis and does not see enough touches to be considered a weekly fantasy asset barring an injury to the starter. Upon Christian McCaffrey's return, Cannon will be just a guy in most cases.
Panthers coach Matt Rhule says Trent Cannon and Alex Armah will serve as the team's backup running backs in Week 5.
Christian McCaffrey and Reggie Bonnafon are both in injured reserve with ankle injuries. Neither Cannon nor Armah has fantasy value with CMC likely to return in a couple of weeks. Mike Davis will remain the team's every-down RB against Atlanta.
The Panthers claimed RB Trenton Cannon off waivers from the Jets.
Cannon is mostly a special teams player but Carolina doesn't have much RB depth behind Christian McCaffrey. Cannon will compete for a roster spot this month.