• DeAndre Washington

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  • 204 lbs
  • 5' 8"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
On the heels of Damien Williams’ opt-out, rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire has ascended into the first round, but who’s going to back him up? Darrel Williams is big (and slow) and, prior to hitting IR with a hamstring injury, he played ahead of offseason buzz-generator Darwin Thompson. Thompson got some run late in the season, but that dried up as soon as Damien Williams came back. Prior to drafting CEH, the Chiefs went out and signed Washington from division rival Oakland. In three late 2019 starts, Washington turned 70 touches (16 catches) into 334 total yards and two touchdowns. In the seven career games where he has seen at least 10 carries, he has averaged 4.48 YPC. He has 4.49 speed and played with Mahomes at Texas Tech, which probably played a factor in the Chiefs’ decision to sign him.

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Scouting report

by Pete Behnke

OAK RB DeAndre Washington - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 17 at Denver Broncos
Josh Jacobs is doubtful for the matchup against Denver with a shoulder injury. Jacobs missed Week 14 and Week 16 with the same injury. In Week 16 against the Chargers, Washington out-snapped Jalen Richard 40 to 24 and out-touched Richard 25 to 9. Washington finished with 23 rushing attempts for 85 yards and one touchdown, two receptions on three targets for 21 yards, and was the half PPR RB11.

Jacobs has not been ruled out yet because the Raiders are motivated to win. They still have a chance of making the playoffs. A lot of pieces would have to fall into place but it is still mathematically possible.

Points for the Raiders might be limited because they are currently implied for 18.75 points. The Broncos are the sixth-best defense against running backs, per our signature schedule-adjusted fantasy points allowed metric. 4for4’s rankings expert, John Paulsen, has Washington ranked as a mid-range half PPR RB2. Washington is only in play if Jacobs is ruled out.

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