Week 7 vs. Dallas Cowboys
We saw a worst-case scenario in Washington's backfield last week as Antonio Gibson (13 touches, 55 yards) split playing time with J.D. McKissic (14 touches, 84 yards) and Peyton Barber (5 touches, 10 yards). It's not clear why Barber is back in the mix as he's averaging 1.6 yards per touch this season, but the real threat to Gibson's value has been McKissic. McKissic had more touches, yards and playing time than Gibson in Week 6. We still feel like Gibson offers more upside, but his value has certainly taken a hit. He has a chance at a bounce-back game this week in a favorable matchup against the Cowboys (No. 23 aFPA). We like Gibson as a strong RB2 play.