As we've said numerous times, depth charts can't always be trusted and this could be a prime example. McKissic saw most of his playing time in passing situations while with the Seahawks and Lions, so there figures to be room for several backs to see playing time for Washington. Gibson, of course, has got a ton of press over the past several weeks, especially with the release of Adrian Peterson. Gibson will likely prove to be the player to watch over the long term and should end up being the back to own here.
WAS RB Peyton Barber - Week 3 Fantasy Football Outlook
Week 3 at Cleveland Browns
Peyton Barber went from rushing 17 times in Week 1 to playing just one snap in Week 2. Washington has seemingly moved on from Barber, opting to give rookie Antonio Gibson a chance at more carries. Since Gibson was much more productive, we figure Barber should be irrelevant in fantasy moving forward, aside from a few potential vulture scores.