RB - TEN
Week 14 Outlook
Tyjae Spears rushed for 75 yards on 16 carries in the Titans’ 31-28 loss to the Colts. He caught 4-of-6 targets for 13 yards.
Spears logged his highest rushing attempt and yardage total of the season. With Derrick Henry exiting in the fourth quarter with a possible concussion, Spears was thrust into the role of the lead running back. If Henry is forced to miss time, Spears is a solid starting option for fantasy managers heading into Week 14.
Tyjae Spears rushed for six yards on two carries in the Titans’ 17-10 win over the Panthers. He caught 1-of-3 targets for one yard.
Spears saw very limited work in win Sunday, logging his lowest rushing attempt total of the season. The 22-year-old rookie remains the clear backup to Derrick Henry and should not be entered into starting lineups heading into Week 13.
Tyjae Spears rushed for 14 yards on four carries and caught both of his targets for 12 yards in Sunday's 34-14 loss to the Jaguars.
Much the same as the Titans' offense on the whole, Spears did very little in Sunday's loss. The rookie RB got just six touches behind starter Derrick Henry, but the latter only got 11 himself. Spears has shown promise at times as a dual-threat handcuff to Henry, but his weekly fantasy upside remains limited due to lack of volume. Spears is more of a dynasty stash than redraft asset at present.
Tyjae Spears rushed for 18 yards on five carries in the Titans’ 20-6 loss to Tampa Bay. He caught 4-of-5 targets for 42 yards.
Spears struggled to get anything going Sunday on the ground, but led the team in receptions Sunday. The 22-year-old rookie has played well as a complementary piece to veteran Derrick Henry. Spears is a flex option in deeper leagues heading into a Week 11 matchup with the Jaguars.
Tyjae Spears rushed for 18 yards on five carries while catching 4 of 6 targets for only four yards in Week 9's loss to the Steelers.
Spears actually got 41 offensive snaps Thursday night compared to teammate Derrick Henry's 33. However, that did not turn into much fantasy production for Spears. The rookie RB failed to get much of anything going on his nine touches while Henry gained over 100 yards of offense and scored a touchdown. Spears has flashed strong potential at times this season, but he is still well behind Henry in the Titans' running game.