Any chance the snap distribution changes to closer to 50:50 when Fournette is back? So far it's been pretty consistent at 67:33
From that link
Fair point - he couldn’t even get playing time over Ronald Jones.
No one is saying Bernard is getting majority of the touches. He just could siphon off of few pass catching downs. Settle down people.
I don't think they drafted this guy to suddenly give Gio the majority of the touches right off of IR. It's also not realistic in this day and age to see one RB get ALL the touches in an entire game.
Fournette out. CLE stinks against the run. Lousy weather. TB favored.
I'm not sure there's much more a White owner can ask for.
Just hope the fantasy gods aren't up there smirking right now and rubbing their hands together in preparation for screwing us.
Fair enough but his usage has gone up every week and last time they played he got 22 carries. And he has been involved in the passing game since week 1. I do expect Vaughn to get a sneaky amount of work tomorrow at probably 30% with Gio at like 10% off the street. So something like 20/100/1 and 2/12 for White and 7/32 and 3/34 for Vaughn and 2/-5 and 2/7 for Gio.
Sure seemed like it.They lost because they got away from him imo
Issue was, for the parts of the game I caught at least, the Browns hellah sold out to stop the run after he gouged them a few times early. Brady just couldn't/didn't do anything with his arm to make them pay for it. That, along with a couple bonehead penalties (one on Evans in particular) stalled out a few drives late 2nd/early 3rd that looked like they may be on to something.really curious game calling given his early success
100% If Tampa had run the ball on the Browns crap run D they would have wonThey lost because they got away from him imo
really curious game calling given his early success
That part is true, understood
Neither? Offense feels inconsistent and Fournette has inefficient touches which leads to even ****tier drives. It’s like najee Harris jaylen warren type of situation. Don’t like white in a timeshareIf you had to pick one going forward in redraft PPR this year it should be White over Fournette, right?
Uninjured. Rising workload. Confidence from QB. Proven performance when given RB1 status. Higher floor.
Rachaad White rushed nine times for 28 yards, adding six receptions for 41 yards and one touchdown on eight targets in the Buccaneers' Week 13 win over the Saints.White drew the start for the Buccaneers but split time in the backfield with veteran Leonard Fournette. Most notably, it was Fournette that handled the two-minute drill at the end of each half, with White checking in for the final play of the game to catch the winning touchdown in a historic come from behind victory. White has earned the right to maintain involvement in the offensive game plan moving forward, but this backfield has the looks of a near even timeshare as the Bucs head into their Week 14 bye.
Dec 5, 2022, 11:33 PM ET
Was that the fumble in the 1st half? When it was punched out? I didn't see 2nd half --The the fact that they put White in for the game winning TD, particularly after the fumble, speaks volumes about the team’s confidence in him. But his upside is certainly going to be capped by Lenny, especially in those two minute drills as mentioned in the blurb above.
1st drive of the 2nd halfWas that the fumble in the 1st half? When it was punched out? I didn't see 2nd half --The the fact that they put White in for the game winning TD, particularly after the fumble, speaks volumes about the team’s confidence in him. But his upside is certainly going to be capped by Lenny, especially in those two minute drills as mentioned in the blurb above.
Rachaad White rushed 13 times for 56 yards in the Bucs' Week 14 loss to the 49ers, adding five receptions for 21 additional yards.Despite a near-even snap share with Leonard Fournette, White reached 18 touches for the third time in his past four games. Even with Fournette playing a ton of third downs, White has caught at least five balls in three straight contests. With the Bucs' offense a pathetic, check-down mess, there is proving to be enough touches for both White and Fournette to maintain FLEX appeal. That outlook is not going to change in Week 15 against the Bengals.
Dec 11, 2022, 8:26 PM ET