Week 10 at Arizona Cardinals
Thomas Rawls had a season-high 70 yards from the line of scrimmage last week. Over the last two weeks, he has played over 50% of the snaps. That's more than any Seahawks running back, including Eddie Lacy, who was expected to be the featured back last week but injured his groin and is unlikely to play anytime soon. That means Rawls is the No. 1 Seahawks running back for now.
Seattle faces the Cardinals, who are ranked ninth in aFPA to running backs. We expect C.J. Prosise, who has been injured, to cut into some of Rawls' carries, otherwise he would be more relevant. Rawls ranks as a low-end RB3 or flex play this week.