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Tuesday, November 21, 2017, 9:38am
The Seattle Seahawks backfield may have just taken another hit.
Running back Mike Davis, who was promoted to the team’s 53-man roster earlier this week when C.J. Prosise was placed on injured reserve, suffered a injury during the first possession of the third quarter of Seattle’s game against Atlanta.
Following a screen pass, Davis was seen on the Seahawks sideline being treated in the medical tent.
The Seahawks announced via their official Twitter account that Davis suffered a groin injury and will not return to Monday’s contest.
Related players: Thomas Rawls, Eddie Lacy
The Seahawks seem desperate to find a running back that isn't Rawls or Lacy, and Davis was next up on the list. Rawls was a healthy scratch vs. the Falcons, but it's looking like in Week 12 it will be Rawls and Lacy move involved in the run game if Davis is unable to go.
Posted by Chris Kucharski
Friday, November 17, 2017 - 11:12am
Week 11 vs. Atlanta Falcons
Thomas Rawls played the most snaps last week and carried the ball 10 times, but he still has not established himself as the Seahawks No. 1 running back. In fact, J.D. McKissic could get more time this week. Rawls will face the Falcons defense that is 14th in aFPA to running backs, but the Seattle running back situation is a mess and for that reason, don't play Rawls or any Seattle back for Week 11.
2017 Strength of Schedule - SEA
Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.
2017 Game Stats
|Per game||7.00||17.86||0||0.14||2.55||1.00||10.57||0||1.43||10.57||2.56||3.56||27.29/73.43||37.64% |
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