Jeff Wilson

RB, Miami Dolphins

Height 6'0" Weight 213
DOB 1995-11-16 Age 27.0
College North Texas

2022 Fantasy Rankings

RB # 79 (Tier 8)

Position Rankings

RankNameByeAgeADP1PPG2Comment
Tier 8
77Matt Breida, NYG927.85.0
78Ke'Shawn Vaughn, TB1125.56.1
79Jeff Wilson, SF927.05.7
80Chris Evans, CIN1025.14.2
81Keaontay Ingram, ARI1323.1
1 Fantasy Football Calculator (12-team PPR)
2 2021 season, PPR scoring

Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Finds End Zone In Win

    Miami Dolphins running back Jeff Wilson Jr. rushed 13 times for 39 yards and one touchdown against the Houston Texans in Week 12. He also caught one pass for an additional 13 yards through the air. Wilson was expected to feast against Houston's woeful run defense, and while he certainly didn't look great out of the backfield, he did salvage his fantasy performance by scoring a touchdown. He figures to rank as an RB2 against the 49ers next week, though he could face competition if Raheem Mostert (knee) is healthy enough to return.

    Nov 27 · Source via Dolphins Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. A Must-Start In Week 12

    Miami Dolphins running back Jeff Wilson Jr. has quickly reached must-start territory in fantasy football. Miami is coming off a bye, and its 27-year-old back is poised to pick up right where he left off in mid-November. Wilson has flourished through two games since being dealt to the Dolphins, racking up 170 rushing yards, 45 receiving yards, and two touchdowns. During that span, he ranked as the overall RB3 in fantasy football. Heading into Week 12 against the Houston Texans, everything has fallen in place for Wilson to thrive once again. Not only is Houston's defense allowing 31 fantasy points per game to running backs and 10.6 points in the red zone (both marks are league-worsts), but Wilson's backfield-mate, Raheem Mostert (knee), is in jeopardy of missing the contest after two consecutive DNPs in practice. Thus, Wilson could have the backfield all to himself. He ranks as a mid-to-high RB2 and should be started across the board.

    Nov 24 · Source via Dolphins Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Enjoys Huge Success In Week 10 Win

    Miami Dolphins running back Jeff Wilson Jr. rushed 17 times for 119 yards and one touchdown against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday afternoon. He also hauled in two of five targets for an additional 24 yards through the air. Wilson looked sold in San Francisco earlier this season, but the trade to Miami allowed him to truly take off. He has 215 scrimmage yards and two touchdowns over his last two games, has surpassed Raheem Mostert as the Dolphins' lead back, and should be viewed as a strong RB2 option in fantasy football going forward.

    Nov 13 · Source via Dolphins Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. A Strong FLEX Play In Week 10

    Miami Dolphins running back Jeff Wilson Jr. is trending up after a strong Week 9 performance in which he amassed 72 scrimmage yards and one touchdown, all while logging more snaps, touches, and receptions than backfield-mate Raheem Mostert. Going forward into Week 10 (versus the Cleveland Browns) and beyond, there's no denying that Wilson's value is rising while Mostert's is falling. It would make sense for the Dolphins to ride with the hot hand; as of now, that man is Wilson. Don't be surprised if he continues to get involved on passing downs, giving him added allure in PPR formats.

    Nov 11 · Source via Dolphins Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Leads Backfield In Dolphins Debut

    Miami Dolphins running back Jeff Wilson Jr. rushed nine times for a team-most 51 yards against the Chicago Bears in Week 9. He also got involved in the passing game, totaling three receptions for an additional 21 yards and one touchdown through the air. Surprisingly, it was Wilson who led Miami's backfield in production, somewhat fending off Raheem Mostert. The duo should continue to see a fairly even split going forward, putting them both in the RB3 tier going forward.

    Nov 6 · Source via Dolphins Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Should Be Avoided In Dolphins Debut

    Miami Dolphins running back Jeff Wilson Jr. is expected to make his debut with the team against the Chicago Bears in Week 9. Traded from the San Francisco 49ers last Tuesday, Wilson has an immediate advantage since he played in a Mike McDaniel-led offense as recently as last year, and he has also had a full practice week to get up to speed. The Dolphins are also playing against a Bears run defense that, on a per-game basis, ranks 28th in fantasy points allowed to running backs, 30th in touchdowns allowed to running backs, and 24th in receiving yards allowed to running backs. With that said, Wilson is still worth benching in most fantasy leagues this week. We don't have perfect expectations of his role, and it seems almost guaranteed that Mostert, who has looked great over the last five weeks, will continue to handle the majority of rushes in Miami. For the time being, Wilson should be rostered but benched in fantasy football.

    Nov 4 · Source via Dolphins Jeff Wilson
  • Dolphins Trade For Jeff Wilson Jr.

    The Miami Dolphins acquired running back Jeff Wilson Jr. from the San Francisco 49ers on Tuesday in exchange for a fifth-round draft pick in 2023, according to a source. The move comes shortly after the Dolphins sent running back Chase Edmonds and two draft picks to the Denver Broncos for edge rusher Bradley Chubb. Both Raheem Mostert and Wilson spent time with Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel in San Francisco. Wilson's fantasy value took a nosedive after the Niners acquired Christian McCaffrey, and although he'll likely be backing up Mostert in Miami, his rest-of-season outlook may have slightly improved. The 26-year-old had 92 carries for 468 yards (career-high 5.1 yards per carry) and two touchdowns on the ground, adding 10 catches for 91 yards through the air, in eight games in 2022. Wilson should slot in behind Mostert and ahead of Salvon Ahmed and Myles Gaskin in Miami.

    Nov 1 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Has Six Touches In Week 8 Win

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. had four carries for 14 yards in the Niners' 31-14 blowout victory over the Los Angeles Rams. He also caught two passes for 21 yards. Now that Christian McCaffrey has joined the team and had a full week to absorb the offense, McCaffrey has taken over as the alpha RB, and Wilson has fallen to back into a very limited roll. He only saw 19 snaps, many of which came in two-back scenarios, 11 of which involved him running routes, but even his two-back usage could decrease when the San Fran receiving core (which was without Deebo Samuel and Jauan Jennings) gets healthy. Wilson is an obvious cut candidate in Week 9.

    Oct 30 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Drawing Trade Interest

    The San Francisco 49ers are reportedly receiving calls inquiring about the availability of running back Jeff Wilson Jr. The 49ers acquired superstar Christian McCaffrey ahead of Week 7, and with Elijah Mitchell (knee) expected to return within the next few weeks, Wilson is likely to be the odd man out in San Francisco. Wilson has proven to be effective when healthy, so it does not come as a surprise that teams around the league are interested in his services. Fantasy managers should try to hold on to Wilson through the league's November first deadline as a trade could greatly improve his rest-of-season outlook.

    Oct 28 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. May Have Value As A Handcuff

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. does not figure as a fantasy starter in Week 8. Last week, Christian McCaffrey played his first game as a Niner and had more touches than Wilson. Wilson still ran for 54 yards on seven carries, but, while Wilson has been having a good season, he doesn't seem likely to maintain an average of over 7.7 yards per carry every week. Moreover, CMC was being phased into the Niners offense last week in his first game in the scarlet and gold. It is expected that McCaffrey will see even more carries this week and going forward. Fantasy managers who have space on their roster may still keep Wilson as a handcuff, as he could return to a valuable role if McCaffrey goes down. But don't start Wilson in Week 8.

    Oct 28 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Productive On Seven Carries In Week 7

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. carried the ball seven times for 54 yards in the Niners' 23-44 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. He was targeted once but didn't come away with the catch. His volume significantly declined from what it was prior to Christian McCaffrey joining the team in a trade with the Carolina Panthers. Wilson took over 10 carries in each of the past four weeks and 17 carries last week but less than half that this week. He continued to look good, hitting his holes with vision and powering through defenders. But it is likely that his role will be even more limited in Week 8 and beyond. McCaffrey didn't have the full workload that is expected of him. Still, it is also unlikely Wilson will be entirely phased out of the offense, given how productive he has been. Depending on your team's needs, it may be worthwhile to hang onto Wilson another week and see what his workload in an ordinary game is, but if you need to pick up a bye week replacement or a speculative player who shined, make Wilson one of your first cut candidates.

    Oct 23 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Reverts To Backup RB

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. will return to the backup role in San Francisco and does not have any fantasy value now that Christian McCaffrey has joined the team. The 26-year-old figures to retain a role in the backfield in Week 7, in which the 49ers host the Chiefs, but it is hard to predict how large of a role he might have. The trade for McCaffrey comes just a couple of days before the game, so McCaffrey won't have much time to learn the offense or get settled in. The Chiefs run defense is near the league average. Given the uncertainty, Wilson is an extremely risky start and should be avoided.

    Oct 21 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Has Worst Game Of Season

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. gained 25 yards on seven carries in the Niners' 14-28 loss to the Atlanta Falcons. He was targeted once but didn't haul in the catch. He also lost a fumble, which Atlanta recovered for a touchdown. This was Wilson's first game to be held under 70 yards since taking over as the starter following Elijah Mitchell's injury. It looked like the Falcons defense was focusing on stopping the run, which they succeeded at. Every 49ers ball-carrier struggled. Mitchell is expected back in mid-November, but if Wilson could keep doing well, as he was from Week 2 through 5, there was thought he might keep the lead role. Disappointing showings like this open the possibility for Wilson to return to the bench. He will try to get back to form in Week 7 against the Kansas City Chiefs.

    Oct 16 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. A Quality Start In Week 6

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. is a quality starting option in Week 6 as he takes on the shaky Atlanta Falcons defense. The Falcons defense rank No. 21 in points allowed and No. 27 in yards allowed. PFF ranks the Falcons as having the No. 22 defense against the run, but statistically they are close to average, while they are worse at defending against the pass. That is good for San Francisco's chances of moving the football and give Wilson some receiving upside and scoring upside. The 27-year-old put up over 70 yards against the Broncos and Rams, both of which have considerably tougher defenses than the Falcons. Wilson projects as a clear RB2 with a high likelihood of finishing as an RB1 in Week 6.

    Oct 14 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Runs For 120 Yards And TD

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. gained 120 yards on 17 carries and scored a touchdown in the Niners' 37-15 victory over the Carolina Panthers. He added one catch for 12 yards. Wilson has taken advantage of his opportunity stepping in for the injured Elijah Mitchell to be a starting caliber fantasy RB. Wilson ranks as the No. 7 RB of all who played prior to Sunday Night Football in Week 5.

    Oct 10 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Low End RB2 In Week 5

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr., who is having the best season of his career, goes to Carolina to take on the Panthers in Week 5. Wilson is averaging 77.7 yards per game in his three starts. The 49ers as a team rank ninth in the league in rushing yards per game and No. 17 in yards per attempt. The 49ers offensive line is banged up, with tackles Trent Williams and Colton McKivitz both going down in the past two weeks, but that didn't hurt Wilson against the Rams. Wilson projects as a top 24 RB in Week 5.

    Oct 7 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Posts Third-Straight RB2 Finish

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. gained 74 yards on 18 carries and scored a touchdown in the Niners' 24-9 victory over the Los Angeles Rams on Monday Night Football. It was the 27-year-old's third-straight game with 70 or more rushing yards and his first game scoring a touchdown. He did not add anything through the air. Wilson's efficiency has improved this season compared with last season. He has gained 0.8 more yards per attempt than he did in 2021. Since Elijah Mitchell's injury, Wilson has maintained a solid hold on the backfield. No other halfback had any carries this game. Wilson finished as the RB15 in standard scoring and RB21 in PPR, his third straight top 24 finish.

    Oct 4 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Faces Top 10 Run Defense

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. has his toughest matchup of the season when the division rival Los Angeles Rams come to the Bay Area in Week 4. Wilson rushed for 75 yards on 12 carries against the Broncos, also a tough defense, last week. But the Broncos excel more at rushing the passer than at stopping the run. The Rams have the top-ranked run defense in PFF's grades, and they are allowing the tenth least rushing yards per game and per attempt. Wilson finished as the RB15 in Week 2 and the RB20 in Week 3. He has a good chance to reach the lower end of the top 24 again even in a tough matchup and could be started as an RB2 or flex.

    Sep 30 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Gains 106 Scrimmage Yards

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. gained 75 yards on 12 carries in the Niners' 11-10 loss to the Denver Broncos in Week 3. The 26-year-old was targeted three times and caught all three passes for 31 receiving yards. Unlike previous seasons, when the 49ers seriously split carries or alternated between many running backs, Wilson looks like the clear lead back during Elijah Mitchell's absence (MCL), which could continue for six or more weeks. Rookie RB Tyrion Davis-Price is also injured (ankle) and likely to miss Week 4. Fellow rookie RB Jordan Mason only took one carry in this Week 3 loss. Wilson continues to be a viable low end RB2 and flex play going into San Francisco's divisional showdown with the Rams next week.

    Sep 26 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Week 2 Outlook For Fantasy Football

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. heads off to Mile High Stadium for a Sunday Night Football showdown with the Denver Broncos. The Broncos run defense has been tougher on fantasy RBs than the Seahawks defense Wilson ran for 84 yards on last week. The Broncos have allowed the least fantasy points to RBs of all teams. Part of that, however, is because Broncos opponents Seattle and Houston just didn't run the ballor move the ball much at allagainst them. The 49ers have a much more effective offense and a more run-heavy offense. In his history as a 49ers starter, Wilson has been inconsistent in both volume and efficiency. If you're starting him, it's probably for the same reason the 49ers are starting him: because your original starting RB is injured.

    Sep 23 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Fantasy Outlooks for Deebo Samuel, George Kittle, Brandon Aiyuk with Jimmy Garoppolo as the 49ers' Starting Quarterback?

    Trey Lance fractured his ankle in his third start in the NFL against the Seattle Seahawks and will miss the remainder of the season after surgery Monday morning. This is a huge blow for Lance, his fantasy managers, and perhaps the ceiling of the 49ers offense.As always, we aren't here to simply gloss over the serious and disappointing injury, but as fantasy football enthusiasts, we must evaluate what the return of Jimmy Garoppolo as the 49ers' starting quarterback means for fantasy football. The fantasy impact of the injury obviously means Garoppolo is now on the fantasy radar as a streamer in favorable matchups, but what does the chance at QB mean for Deebo Samuel, George Kittle, Brandon Aiyuk, Jauan Jennings, and even the San Francisco rushing attack?We'll dive into it all below. How is Deebo Samuel Affected By Jimmy Garoppolo?Samuel's value and fantasy production could see a nice boost by the return of Garoppolo. While Lance was brought in to elevate the ceiling of the 49ers' offense and add a new dynamic, Jimmy G is the more accurate passer at this point in his career. While Lance was a project, we know what we're getting out of Garoppolo. Samuel should see more accurate targets, but more importantly, he could see more work in the backfield.With Lance out, the quarterback rushing attempts will go back to near the bottom of the league. Lance looked to be set up for a huge rushing season with a lot of attempts, especially near the goal line. Kyle Shanahan isn't going to use Garoppolo as a rusher, so Samuel might get back some of the precious red zone and goal-line rushing work. All in all, this is likely a positive development for Samuel.https://twitter.com/Coach_Yac/status/1571597264447242241 Fantasy Outlooks for Brandon Aiyuk, Jauan Jennings, and George KittleLike Samuel, these guys likely see a boost in target accuracy. The 49ers will likely pass at a higher rate now that the dual-threat weapon in Lance is unavailable. While Garoppolo takes a lot of heat for his decision-making and lack of upside, he's proven to be able to support several fantasy-relevant wide receivers. Expect Samuel to produce WR1 numbers and Aiyuk to produce boom weeks here and there moving forward.When George Kittle (groin) finally makes his season debut he should be considered a top-five option at tight end. Jauan Jennings likely won't be on the fantasy radar, but he's a decent deep league stash in case of an injury to one of the 49ers' pass-catchers. Fantasy Outlooks for 49ers' running backs.Elijah Mitchell (knee) will be out for some time, but Jeff Wilson Jr. and Tyrion Davis-Price will also likely benefit from the change at QB. Put simply, there is now one less rushing threat in the 49ers' offensive attack, so even though the RBs will share carries with Deebo Samuel, they'll see an uptick in usage. Each Niners' running back will have a chance to handle short-yardage and goal-line work, so any of them could be candidates to see a value boost.The 49ers' backfield has been tricky to navigate during the Shanahan era, but it became even trickier when the starting quarterback was a major threat to handle a ton of rushing work. Jimmy Garoppolo Fantasy OutlookGaroppolo will become a low-ceiling and low-floor quarterback in fantasy once again, but he's proven to have value as a streamer in favorable matchups. He won't be what we hoped Lance could be, but he's worth keeping an eye on with something to prove.Ultimately, everyone except Lance has a brighter outlook in wake of his injury. The overall offense won't reach its peak ceiling under Garoppolo, but the floor is far higher under the veteran signal-caller.

    Sep 20 · Source via 49ers Jimmy Garoppolo George Kittle Jeff Wilson Deebo Samuel Jauan Jennings Brandon Aiyuk
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Leads 49ers With 84 Rushing Yards

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. gained 84 yards on 18 carries in the Niners' 27-7 romping of the Seattle Seahawks Week 2. Wilson started the game after Elijah Mitchell suffered a sprained MCL in Week 1. The 26-year-old gained the most yards per carry of any San Francisco running back against Seattle. Third-round rookie RB Tyrion Davis-Price only gained 33 yards on 13 carries, and undrafted rookie Jordan Mason did not have any carries. So it seems likely that Wilson will hold onto the starting role in an often messy backfield going into Week 3's Monday Night Football showdown against the Denver Broncos.

    Sep 18 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Must Step Up In Week 2

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. takes on the starting role for the 49ers in their Week 2 home matchup against the Seattle Seahawks. Wilson started four games last year and averaged 44.3 yards per game and 3.9 yards per carry in those games. The Seahawks played well on defense in their Week 1 win over the Denver Broncos. They allowed 113.6 rushing yards per game last season, 17th-most in the league, but just 3.8 yards per carry, the second-fewest. PFF ranked their run defense as third-best. The starting 49ers RB always has the opportunity to pull off a big game, but Wilson has been given the opportunity before and has rarely produced for fantasy managers.

    Sep 16 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • 49ers Work Out Multiple Running Backs

    The San Francisco 49ers are in search of more depth at the running back position. They recently lost Elijah Mitchell (knee) who is expected to miss roughly two months of action. That being said, the 49ers want to add some depth behind Jeff Wilson Jr. on their roster. On Tuesday, they worked out Devonta Freeman, Tevin Coleman, Nate McCrary, Abram Smith, La'Mical Perine, Godwin Igwebuike, and Marlon Mack. Whoever does win the job could have some low-end value while Mitchell recovers. Fantasy managers will have to check back after the 49ers decide which back they want to sign.

    Sep 13 · Source via 49ers Tevin Coleman Devonta Freeman Godwin Igwebuike Marlon Mack Nate McCrary Abram Smith Jeff Wilson
  • Elijah Mitchell Won't Need Surgery, Jeff Wilson Jr. Now No. 1

    San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan said that running back Elijah Mitchell (knee) will miss roughly eight weeks with an MCL sprain that he suffered in the second quarter of the Week 1 loss to the Chicago Bears. Mitchell won't need surgery, but he was placed on Injured Reserve on Monday. Jeff Wilson Jr. becomes the team's top back, while rookies Tyrion Davis-Price and Jordan Mason will compete in practices for the No. 2 role. Mason had the edge in the season opener with Davis-Price being a healthy inactive, but that could change in the coming weeks. For now, Wilson should become a priority waiver-wire add in all fantasy leagues. He's currently rostered in only 17 percent of Yahoo leagues.

    Sep 12 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Elijah Mitchell To Miss At Least A Few Weeks

    San Francisco 49ers running back Elijah Mitchell will undergo an MRI on his knee to determine the extent of his injury, but he's expected to miss at least a few games moving forward. The obvious waiver wire pickup is Jeff Wilson Jr., who will lead the 49ers' backfield. Behind Wilson, Tyrion Davis-Price and Jordan Mason are the next two guys on the depth chart. However, Deebo Samuel may take a lot of the rushing work, so this could be a tricky backfield to figure out in the wake of Mitchell's injury. Both Davis-Price and Mason are worth taking a flyer on in deep leagues. Wilson is the top waiver priority for Week 2 heading into a matchup with Seattle, who will be on a short week.

    Sep 12 · Source via 49ers Tyrion Davis-Price Jordan Mason Elijah Mitchell Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Steps In For Injured Starter, Runs For 22 Yards

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. ran for 22 yards on nine carries in his team's 19-10 loss to the Chicago Bears. He was also targeted twice and caught both passes for eight yards. The Niners' No. 2 RB, Wilson, took most of his snaps in the second half after No. 1 RB Elijah Mitchell left the game with a knee injury. Wilson will probably have a bigger workload for as long as Mitchell is out. But Wilson will not be a bellcow. Coach Kyle Shanahan spread the Niners' rushing work between him, WR Deebo Samuel, who shined as a wide-back last season, and QB Trey Lance, who led the team with 13 carries. Wilson is worth claiming off the waiver wire if you are in trouble at running back.

    Sep 12 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Elijah Mitchell Ruled Out With Knee Injury

    San Francisco 49ers running back Elijah Mitchell (knee) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's season opener against the Chicago Bears. He rushed six times for 41 yards before exiting. Jeff Wilson and Jordan Mason will round out the backfield for the remainder of the contest, but Deebo Samuel should also continue to play a major role in the rushing game.

    Sep 11 · Source via 49ers Elijah Mitchell Jeff Wilson
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. Likely To Have Increased Workload

    San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. has a chance to really make an impact this upcoming season. Wilson will be the primary backup with Trey Sermon gone and JaMycal Hasty getting released. Elijah Mitchell will be the starter, but Wilson should still see plenty of action this upcoming season. He finished with 294 rushing yards on 79 carries with two touchdowns through nine games last season. Those aren't great stats, but he was also logjammed at times. Now, Wilson is the No. 2 back with Tyrion Davis-Price listed as the third-string option. There is certainly upside here, especially if Mitchell is forced to miss time with injuries. Wilson is worth rostering in deep leagues and has strong stash value.

    Sep 5 · Source via 49ers Jeff Wilson
  • Running Back Stats

    SeasonTeamGFPtsFP/GSnpSnp%MS%Opp/GRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDFL
    2018SF642.47.119750.420.713.5662664.0301512988.202
    2019SF845.45.76011.25.94.0271053.894533411.310
    2020SF11140.112.731140.920.214.01266034.797281313310.232
    2021SF948.05.322838.414.79.7792943.72287314.400
    2022SF|MIA11120.611.038253.721.814.11316775.17424161499.312

    2022

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDFL
    1@CHIL 10-194.04058.816.2119222.4402284.000
    2SEAW 27-711.33748.726.32018844.67022199.500
    3@DENL 10-1112.14173.226.81512756.250333110.301
    4LARW 24-913.43366.036.01818744.111000-00
    5@CARW 37-1519.73958.228.419171207.061211212.000
    6@ATLL 14-282.53151.713.387253.570100-01
    7KCL 23-445.42632.910.187547.710100-00
    8@LARW 31-144.51935.811.364143.500222110.500
    9@CHIW 35-3214.72849.121.1129515.67033217.010
    10CLEW 39-1721.34260.931.922171197.001522412.000
    12HOUW 30-1511.74660.521.11613393.001311313.000

    2021

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDFL
    10LARW 31-102.82231.914.51010282.800000-00
    11@JACW 30-106.34058.030.42119502.6302188.000
    12MINW 34-261.21014.14.23252.5001122.000
    13@SEAL 23-300.023.00.0000-0000-00
    14@CINW 26-235.64259.218.31313564.310000-00
    15ATLW 31-1318.95087.740.423211105.2412294.500
    16@TENL 17-2013.24474.628.81714453.21133124.000
    17HOUW 23-70.01219.00.0000-0000-00
    18@LARW 27-240.069.00.0000-0000-00
    WC@DALW 23-170.035.00.0000-0000-00

    Touchdown Distances
    Rushing: 5, 1

    2020

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDFL
    2@NYJW 31-130.358.23.32231.500000-00
    3@NYGW 36-920.42329.919.51512151.251335418.010
    4PHIL 20-252.468.25.54362.000111313.000
    5MIAL 17-432.71523.47.854276.750100-00
    7@NEW 33-631.03756.128.819171126.5932284.000
    12@LARW 23-204.32534.716.71212433.580000-01
    13BUFL 24-346.92845.919.7127476.71052126.000
    14WASL 15-2310.93948.117.31411312.821311313.001
    15@DALL 33-4112.03946.423.82016603.751400-00
    16@ARIW 20-1226.93969.642.924221838.320212121.010
    17SEAL 23-2622.35583.340.92720763.80173124.010

    Touchdown Distances
    Rushing: 2, 3, 16, 7, 1, 1, 7
    Receiving: 19, 21, 3

    2019

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDFL
    2@CINW 41-1715.41520.813.91010343.402000-00
    3PITW 24-2013.82126.611.498182.252100-00
    7@WASW 9-02.0812.57.855204.000000-00
    8CARW 51-130.634.53.02263.000000-00
    9@ARIW 28-250.722.71.4100-01122.000
    11ARIW 36-269.011.31.3100-0112525.010
    12GBW 37-82.7510.46.3322713.500100-00
    13@BALL 17-201.258.81.8100-01177.000
    SB@KCL 20-312.5-0.01.7100-0112020.000

    Touchdown Distances
    Rushing: 2, 4, 1, 4
    Receiving: 25

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