• Knile Davis

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  • 227 lbs
  • 5' 10"
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Scouting report

by Dale Lolley

GB RB Knile Davis - Week 8, 2016 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 at Atlanta
With a couple of weeks under his belt to assimilate the new offense, Davis should at least get a little work in this game as a runner, but it won't be enough to be worth a start just yet. Give him some time.

by Dale Lolley

GB RB Knile Davis - Week 7, 2016 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 vs. Chicago
Acquired via trade Tuesday, it's hard to see Davis having much of a fantasy impact this week. Perhaps he gets 5-10 carries with both Eddie Lacy and James Starks out, but that won't be enough to help your fantasy team. We're talking about a guy who will have had a practice and a walkthrough with his new team, so temper your expectations.

by Andy Rioux

KC RB Knile Davis - Week 7, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 vs. Pittsburgh
In last Sunday’s 16-10 loss to Minnesota, Knile Davis generated 13 yards on five carries. He also caught one pass for 12 yards. Davis saw less work than Charcandrick West, but West hardly distinguished himself with 39 total yards and a lost fumble. As a result, Knile should remain on fantasy rosters as Kansas City’s backfield is far from settled. However, it appears West will lead the committee against the Steelers, keeping Davis out of the flex conversation.

by Andy Rioux

KC RB Knile Davis - Week 6, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 at Minnesota

On those rare occasions when Jamaal Charles was unavailable over the past two seasons, Knile Davis had shown to be a capable replacement. As a result, many owners selected Davis earlier this year, thinking they would have an immediate starter if something happened to Charles.

Unfortunately, Charles was lost for the season last Sunday. But even before that happened, the back who was spelling Jamaal was Charcandrick West, not Davis. It was somewhat of a surprising development given how Knile had played in the past. Kansas City head coach Andy Reid indicated both runners would have a role in replacing Charles, but West seems to be in the best position of the two at the moment. Davis needs to be on rosters across the board in the event West struggles, but for now, he is merely a fantasy reserve, even against a below-average Minnesota run defense.

by Andy Rioux

KC RB Knile Davis - Week 3, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 5 at Green Bay

Spelling Jamaal Charles last week, Knile Davis rushed for a touchdown. While that sounds nice, Davis received just three carries. He will continue to be an unparalleled handcuff to Charles, but a large role will elude Davis as long as Jamaal stays healthy.

by Andy Rioux

KC RB Knile Davis - Week 2, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 2 vs Denver
In relief of Jamaal Charles on Sunday in Houston, Knile Davis rushed for 16 yards on six carries. He also gained 12 yards on one reception. Davis remains one of the best bench stashes in fantasy football, but with Charles fully healthy, he will not get enough work against the Broncos to help fantasy owners.

by Andy Rioux

KC RB Knile Davis - Week 1, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Nothing has changed with Knile Davis heading into the 2015 season. He remains an essential handcuff to Jamaal Charles and one of the best reserves in fantasy football. If Davis is available in your league and you have a roster spot available, he is worth adding to your squad.

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