Lacy handled a bulk of the rushing against the 49ers, carrying the ball 17 times ... but he only managed 46 yards for a 2.7 yards-per-carry average. The Seahawks are looking for a back to carry the load, and according to other tweets by Crabtree, it looks like Davis is going to get that shot. Crabtree added that Rawls was trying to do too much, cutting back when he shouldn't and missing holes, so it seems like he's fallen out of favor at the moment. Davis has a tougher matchup against the Eagles in Week 13, but the game is at home.
SEA RB Thomas Rawls - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook
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.