In just 12 games, Carson was the No. 17 running back (half-PPR) last season. On a per-game basis, he was No. 13. This is probably the best landing spot for Carson since we know how the Seahawks will use him. He only averaged 11.8 carries per game (a career low), likely due to the presence of Carlos Hyde, but he set a career-high with 3.1 catches per game and posted an 80.4% catch rate. With Hyde gone, Rashaad Penny has the inside track on backup duties, since Carson's contract indicates that Seattle views him as the clear starter. Consider Carson a high-end RB2 heading into 2021 fantasy drafts.