• J.D. McKissic

  • RB
  • , Washington Football Team
  • 27
  • 187 lbs
  • 5' 10"
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Scouting report

by Jordan Heck

WAS RB J.D. McKissic - Week 3 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 3 at Cleveland Browns

J.D. McKissic is a strong No. 2 back in this offense, finishing with eight carries for 53 yards in Week 2. However, the typical pass-catching back saw no targets in the game. McKissic is doing enough in this offense to limit Antonio Gibson, but not quite enough to make himself relevant in fantasy. He's safe to avoid in Week 3 against the Browns.

by Jordan Heck

WAS RB J.D. McKissic - Week 2 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 2 at Arizona Cardinals

J.D. McKissic led all Washington backs in playing time in Week 1, but finished the game with negative yardage. At this point he's just an irritant for Antonio Gibson owners. He's not worth a look in Week 2 for fantasy owners.

by Jordan Heck

WAS RB J.D. McKissic - Week 1 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 1 vs. Philadelphia Eagles

J.D. McKissic is listed as the starter for Washington, but there's reason to believe Antonio Gibson will have better production. After Gibson, Washington has McKissic, Bryce Love and Peyton Barber who will all likely split touches. We like McKissic more than Love and Barber, but all three should be viewed as risky plays in Week 1. Gibson is the only Washington running back worth playing this week.

by Scot Berggren

DET RB J.D. McKissic - Week 16 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 16 at Denver Broncos
After the Lions fell behind big to the Bucs last week, J.D. McKissic saw only three touches for nine yards before leaving in the third quarter with a stinger. Bo Scarbrough was out due to an injury, so it was Wes Hills that was given the start and received most of the team’s carries. With Scarbrough and regular starter Kerryon Johnson likely back this week, there is no reason for McKissic to even be taking up a roster spot.

by Scot Berggren

DET RB J.D. McKissic - Week 15 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 15 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Lions totaled just 231 yards of offense at Minnesota last Sunday as J.D. McKissic finished with 18 yards on five touches. In the past four games, he has only seven carries and 11 receptions, averaging 29 yards and no scores. McKissic’s main value comes in the passing attack and Detroit has a good matchup versus the Bucs No. 31 aerial defense, but there have to be better options for you at RB.

by Scot Berggren

DET RB J.D. McKissic - Week 14 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 14 at Minnesota Vikings
On Thanksgiving versus the Bears, J.D. McKissic finished with nine rushing and 15 receiving yards. With Bo Scarbrough taking over as the team’s No. 1 RB, over the past three games McKissic is averaging just 32 total yards. Against Minnesota in Week 7, he posted 60 yards on just seven touches but should not be started on Sunday.

by Scot Berggren

DET RB J.D. McKissic - Week 13 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 13 vs. Chicago Bears
Bo Scarbrough has become Detroit’s clear No. 1 RB, relegating J.D. McKissic to mainly pass-catching downs. At Washington last Sunday, he finished with only a three-yard carry and two catches for 17 yards. With the emergence of Scarbrough the past two weeks, McKissic has nine total touches and one TD on the season. Although he totaled 55 yards on 16 touches earlier this month at Chicago, McKissic will be facing the No. 4 overall defense and should likely remain on your bench.

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