• Rashaad Penny

  • RB
  • , Seattle Seahawks
  • 26
  • 220 lbs
  • 5' 11"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Seattle re-signed Penny to a one-year deal worth $5.75 million, including $5.07 million guaranteed, the third-most guaranteed money given to a running back this offseason. Penny finished the season on fire, racking up 671 rushing yards and six touchdowns in his final six games. Per ESPN’s Brady Henderson, Penny is “in the driver’s seat” to be the team’s starting back, but Penny has missed 28 of a possible 65 games in his four-year career, so durability just hasn’t been there. He led the league in yards after contact per attempt and was 15th in broken tackles per attempt. He will probably begin the season as the starter, but second-round pick Ken Walker is waiting in the wings.

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Scouting report

by Bill Riccette

SEA RB Rashaad Penny - 2022 Fantasy Football Outlook

2022 Fantasy Upside
Rashaad Penny came back from injury and tore it up down the stretch, likely winning some championships for fantasy owners along the way. Penny finished with over 130 yards rushing in four of the final five weeks of the season to go along with six touchdowns. And now there is no Chris Carson to take carries away after Carson retired due to his nagging neck injury.

2022 Fantasy Downside
While Carson is no longer in the mix, the Seahawks drafted Michigan State RB Kenneth Walker in the second round, when many thought they would draft Liberty QB Malik Willis. In fact, Walker was the second running back taken after the Jets selected Iowa State RB Breece Hall at No. 36. Seattle will want to see what Walker has at some point, which may put a cap on Penny’s upside. Penny has also missed 43% of the team's games with injury since entering the league in 2018.

2022 Bottom Line
Penny will begin the season as the starter in Seattle as he looks to carry his momentum over from 2021. The Seattle backfield isn’t as crowded as before, but Walker is ready and Seattle does still have DeeJay Dallas and Travis Homer sprinkled in as well.

2022 Strength of Schedule - SEA

W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17W18
13
DEN
9
@SF
27
ATL
31
@DET
1
@NO
4
ARI
29
@LAC
25
NYG
4
@ARI
5
@TB
BYE26
LV
12
@LAR
14
CAR
9
SF
7
@KC
32
NYJ
12
LAR

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

Game Stats

WeekOppRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRSTDPPRSnaps%
1@IND28004.0000000.000.80.87/5413.0%
2TEN--------------
3@MIN--------------
4@SF--------------
5LAR--------------
6@PIT--------------
7NO69001.5000000.000.90.920/5635.7%
8JAX77001.0000000.000.70.711/5719.3%
9BYE--------------
10@GB00000.0000000.000.00.00/610.0%
11ARI219009.5000000.001.91.98/4916.3%
12@WAS--------------
13SF1035003.501270127.006.27.229/7041.4%
14@HOU16137208.5611011.0025.826.835/6157.4%
15@LAR1139003.5525022.504.46.424/5742.1%
16CHI17135107.9400010.0019.519.530/5653.6%
17DET25170206.80215037.5030.532.546/7263.9%
18@ARI23190108.2600000.0025.025.043/5874.1%
Per game11.9074.900.6006.290.604.8000.808.0011.5712.1725.30/59.0041.68%
Totals119749606.29648088.00115.7121.7253/65141.68%