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Scouting report

by Chris Kucharski

SEA RB Thomas Rawls - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 vs. Atlanta Falcons

Thomas Rawls played the most snaps last week and carried the ball 10 times, but he still has not established himself as the Seahawks No. 1 running back. In fact, J.D. McKissic could get more time this week. Rawls will face the Falcons defense that is 14th in aFPA to running backs, but the Seattle running back situation is a mess and for that reason, don't play Rawls or any Seattle back for Week 11.

by Chris Kucharski

SEA RB Thomas Rawls - Week 10 Fantasy Football Outlook

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.

by Chris Kucharski

SEA RB Thomas Rawls - Week 9 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 9 vs. Washington Redskins

Thomas Rawls played most of the snaps last week but he only carried the ball six times. The Seahawks were throwing the ball all over the field so that had something to do with it. For Week 9, Coach Pete Carroll told the media that Eddie Lacy would be the primary back this week against the Redskins who are 8th in aFPA to running backs.

That mean Rawls might not get many more touches than last week. This pushes him to your bench this week. He should not be in your starting lineup.

by Chris Kucharski

SEA RB Thomas Rawls - Week 8 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 vs. Houston Texans

The Seattle running back situation has been the most volatile this season. It seems we never know who is going to be the go-to guy every week. The carries were split three ways last week with Thomas Rawls playing 39% of the snaps. He also 12 touches which was the same amount as Eddie Lacy so it appears a platoon situation is happening with the 'Hawks.

Rawls faces an excellent Houston run defense that is 3rd in aFPA to running backs. That factor with the uncertainty of the RB situation, Rawls should remain on your bench against the Texans.

by Chris Kucharski

SEA RB Thomas Rawls - Week 7 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 at New York Giants

It's been a revolving door for the Seattle running back situation. It appears Thomas Rawls is back on top, but that's not saying much. He only had 10 touches in the Rams game before the bye and has only 15 total touches on the season. But he is the team's best option at RB going into Week 7.

However, that's not enough to consider him for the starting lineup, as Eddie Lacy will also get carries and C.J. Prosise could return to be the third-down back. Keep Rawls on the bench this Sunday.

by Chris Kucharski

SEA RB Thomas Rawls - Week 5 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 5 at Los Angeles Rams

Chris Carson, who has been No. 1 on the depth chart, is out for the season so Thomas Rawls moves up the list. He did not play last week, but is expected to split carries with Eddie Lacy.

So, Rawls is back in the fantasy picture and is a good waiver wire pickup for depth. He actually has a good matchup against the Rams who are last in aFPA to running backs. But if you decide to pick up Rawls, he should stay on your bench as Lacy rates higher and Rawls has been untested in 2017.

by Chris Kucharski

SEA RB Thomas Rawls - Week 3 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 3 at Tennessee Titans

Thomas Rawls returned from an ankle injury but only played 16 snaps and carried the ball five time for 4 yards. It appears rookie Chris Carson is the No. 1 back for now so Rawls has very little fantasy value at this time.

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