Week 10 at Tennessee Titans
Jonathan Taylor found the end zone last week, but he only touched the ball eight times – including a pair of receptions – for a total of 34 yards. He’s splitting time with Jordan Wilkins, and his fumble last week contributed to a decrease in snaps for the remainder of the game. He’s been disappointing for much of the season, avenging just 3.9 yards per carry, despite theoretically being the lead back.
This week, Taylor has a nice matchup against a Titans defense that ranks 26th in aFPA to opposing running backs. However, it’s risky to trust him with how spotty his workload was last week, and with how ineffective he was the week before – 11 carries for 22 yards against Detroit. He’s a risky RB3 or flex option at best.