• Eddie Lacy

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Scouting report

by Chris Kucharski

SEA RB Eddie Lacy - Week 13 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 13 vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Eddie Lacy played 52% of the snaps and had 20 touches for 61 yards. Those numbers might not be good enough for Seattle to keep getting him on the field or get the ball in his hands. Most likely, J.D. McKissic will get more time on the field against Philadelphia.

Not that it matters. The Eagles are No. 1 in aFPA to running backs and Seattle has a bad offensive line and the running back situation has been unpredictable. Keep Lacy on the bench for Week 13.

by Chris Kucharski

SEA RB Eddie Lacy - Week 9 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 9 vs. Washington Redskins

The No. 1 back for Seattle seems to change every week. Eddie Lacy gets the nod this week, mainly because Coach Pete Carroll said so to the media. Last week, he has six carries for zero yards. So if you believe Carroll, Lacy will put up better numbers for sure.

Lacy faces Washington who is 8th in aFPA to running backs but got run over last week by Dallas. If Lacy does get the touches, he rates good enough to start as a RB3 or flex for Week 9.

by Chris Kucharski

SEA RB Eddie Lacy - Week 8 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 vs. Houston Texans

Eddie Lacy had 12 touches to put him in the fantasy conversation moving forward. It was the exact same amount of teammate Thomas Rawls so we might have a true platoon situation going on in Seattle.

Lacy will face the Texans who are 3rd in aFPA to running backs so it won't be easy sledding this Sunday. With that factor and splitting carries, Lacy should be on the bench for Week 8.

by Chris Kucharski

SEA RB Eddie Lacy - Week 7 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 at New York Giants

Before the bye week, Eddie Lacy appeared to be the best fantasy option in the Seattle backfield, but Thomas Rawls equaled Lacy's touches with 10. So, we could see them splitting duties again this Sunday.

The Giants rank 23rd in aFPA to running backs, but even with the favorable matchup, there won't be enough touches to make Lacy relevant in Week 7. Keep him on the bench.

by Chris Kucharski

SEA RB Eddie Lacy - Week 5 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 5 at Los Angeles Rams

With Chris Carson now out, Eddie Lacy returns to the top of the Seahawks depth chart. He had 11 carries last week and although we don't expect 20 carries anytime soon and Thomas Rawls will be involved as well, Lacy is relevant again after being drafted in many leagues as an RB1 before the season started.

The Rams are up next for Seattle and LA ranks last in aFPA to running backs. If we knew Lacy would get the bulk of the carries, he actually could push himself to RB2 status, but he still is someone that you should consider playing in standard leagues as a low-end RB3 or Flex.

by Chris Kucharski

SEA RB Eddie Lacy - Week 2 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 2 vs. San Francisco 49ers

Eddie Lacy carried the ball five times for 3 yards on Sunday and that's not a good sign for anyone who owns him. There are four running backs in Seattle and Lacy's role is undefined.

One thing is for sure. He shouldn't be on your roster at this point unless we see more snaps and more touches this week against San Francisco.

by Chris Kucharski

SEA RB Eddie Lacy - Week 1 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 1 vs Green Bay Packers

The Seahawks' running back situation is confusing because the team likes all three players for different reasons. Eddie Lacy is the seasoned veteran who was No. 1 on the depth chart throughout camp, but he appears to have fallen to the No. 2 spot for the opener against Green Bay.

Even if he was the starter, we don't expect any of the backs to get more than 12-15 touches which screams running back by committee. Keep Lacy on the bench for Week 1 and watch how Seattle uses their backs.

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