Week 16 at Philadelphia
Rashad Jennings had only 38 yards rushing last week against Detroit, but he did get a full workload with 18 carries on the day, despite Paul Perkins also receiving 11 touches. Jennings got only 39% of the snaps, tying Perkins, but a lot of that was because of the return of Shane Vereen. Vereen got hurt again and is back on IR, so Jennings may get back to 50% or so of the offensive snaps this week.
The Eagles have allowed only 10 rushing touchdowns this season, but they rank 17th in the league in yards allowed per game on the ground, so the opportunity is there if Jennings gets another 18 touches. His workload is inconsistent, making it hard to trust him, but he should be good for low-end RB3 numbers if you’re in a league that goes that deep.