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Chris Carson (foot) remained sidelined on Thursday. 

As did Carlos Hyde (hamstring). Coach Pete Carroll has been saying all week that Carson will test out his foot on Friday, but back-to-back DNPs make his odds of returning against the Bills long. Travis Homer (knee) did practice Thursday. If neither Carson nor Hyde can go, DeeJay Dallas should lead the backfield for another week with Homer mixing in. Homer had been ahead of Dallas on the depth chart before his injury, but that has likely changed now. 

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Nov 5, 2020, 8:31 PM ET

 

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Carlos Hyde vultured a 24-yard touchdown with Carson sidelined. How do you vulture a 24 yard run? Stupid Rotoworld doesn't even know the context within which words should be used.  

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A word of caution for those that didn't watch the game yesterday.  Yes, Carson's stat line looked MUCH better at the end of the day, but through three quarters is looked just as dismal as everyon


 

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Chris Carson (foot) won't play in Week 9 against the Bills.

Carlos Hyde (hamstring) was ruled out, too. DeeJay Dallas out-snapped Travis Homer 56 to 7 last week against the Niners, but the latter was battling through a knee injury at the time; now healthy, it remains to be seen if Homer will eat into Dallas' bell-cow workload. Dallas should still be considered an RB1 in the week's highest implied total (55) against the Bills.

SOURCE: John Boyle on Twitter

Nov 6, 2020, 3:58 PM ET

 

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When deejay Dallas is considered a RB1 in any circumstance I almost feel like it’s time for me to find a new hobby....

this is crazy and I’m glad I have him in several leagues but the thought of him being an RB1 just makes me.... I don’t know what it makes me...

this is a messed up year no doubt

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3 hours ago, finfansteve said:

When deejay Dallas is considered a RB1 in any circumstance I almost feel like it’s time for me to find a new hobby....

this is crazy and I’m glad I have him in several leagues but the thought of him being an RB1 just makes me.... I don’t know what it makes me...

this is a messed up year no doubt

I don’t see it that way. His role will be reduced this week. Rb2 at best. 

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2 hours ago, djjosee said:

Dallas or Pollard  ... I'll have to flip a coin to see who has the higher ceiling.  Fun times indeed!

If Zeke is out (as rumoured), would suggest Pollard. He's been the better fantasy producer of late anyway let alone if he's the guy this week.

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3 hours ago, djjosee said:

Dallas or Pollard  ... I'll have to flip a coin to see who has the higher ceiling.  Fun times indeed!

Zeke/Pollard owner here. I’m rolling out Pollard in the league I have Zeke, but that’s for lack of a better alternative.

I’m concerned about the OL & QB situation. 

If I had Dallas I’d probably start him over Pollard based on the caliber of the Seattle offense alone. I don’t see Alex Collins getting a ton of work. Dallas saw close to 20 touches, and I’d expect something similar. Homer will likely get 4-7 touches-Ish? Figure maybe 3-5 for Collins?

Of the 2 teams I figure Seattle to be able to generate more touches, and way more RZ opportunities. All it takes is a DPI in the end zone and you have a 50% chance at a TD. Rams can be tough against the run but they’ve been gashed a few times this year. 

Pollard is a talented backup & if the Cowboys had a good OL and reliable QB he’d be a no-brainer for me. But sadly neither of those are true right now.

Heck, this may end up a coin flip.D. Dallas being in more of a committee vs Pollard’s quality of  team

The only way this tips in Pollard’s favor is the PPR aspect. If Dallas is in negative game script all game, Pollard should get quite a few check-downs. 

I’d start either at flex this week. Neither is an awesome option that I’d be excited about starting. 

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Carson was a game time decision last week. They were making a decision in warmups. Meaning he was almost a go. Yes?

Now THIS week didn't practice at all. So being ruled out Friday is real concern for what type of injury does he really have?

 To almost a go last week to not even getting on the field this week.

Did he suffer a set back? More severe injury than we were led to believe?

Not much information regarding this. Mid foot sprain. Hopefully not a misdiagnosed Lisfranc!

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13 hours ago, togo said:

Carson was a game time decision last week. They were making a decision in warmups. Meaning he was almost a go. Yes?

Now THIS week didn't practice at all. So being ruled out Friday is real concern for what type of injury does he really have?

 To almost a go last week to not even getting on the field this week.

Did he suffer a set back? More severe injury than we were led to believe?

Not much information regarding this. Mid foot sprain. Hopefully not a misdiagnosed Lisfranc!

I wondered if the Collins signing to the PS and then elevation from the PS said more about Carson than it did about Dallas. 

I would be worried Carson is looking at an extended absence if I owned him anywhere. 

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Seahawks RB Chris Carson (foot) is inactive for Week 9 against the Bills. 

Like Carson, Carlos Hyde (hamstring) was previously ruled out. DeeJay Dallas will lead the backfield, but Travis Homer should mix in more after he really wasn't healthy enough to play in Week 8. Recent signee Alex Collins could see a few touches on early downs. Joining Carson and Hyde on the shelf are TE Colby Parkinson, OG Mike Iupati, CB Shaquill Griffin, DE Benson Mayowa and S Ugo Amadi.

Nov 8, 2020, 11:40 AM ET

 

 

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Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said it's "uncertain" whether Chris Carson (foot) will play in Week 10 against the Rams.

Carson was a game-time decision in Week 8 and an early rule out last week. He's closer to playing than Carlos Hyde (hamstring) but will likely need to get in at least a limited practice to return. Carson resumed running and has reportedly shown "encouraging progress." With a division matchup with the Rams, the Seahawks may let Carson play at less than 100 percent. 

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Nov 11, 2020, 5:32 PM ET

 

 

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Chris Carson (foot) remained sidelined for Wednesday's practice.

Carson was called a true '50-50' candidate to play in Week 8. Now we are in Week 10 and he is still not practicing. On an optimistic note, coach Pete Carroll did tell reporters that Carson is closer than teammate Carlos Hyde to returning and is running on the side. Check back in later this week for updates ahead of Sunday's game against the Rams.

Nov 11, 2020, 8:20 PM ET

 

 

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Chris Carson (foot) remained sidelined at Thursday's practice.

Carlos Hyde (hamstring) was also out for the second straight day to start the practice week. Coach Pete Carroll has remained optimistic on Carson throughout his absence, but we've still yet to see him on the practice field. It's shaping up as another week with Travis Homer, DeeJay Dallas, and Alex Collins splitting the work against the Rams.

Nov 12, 2020, 9:56 PM ET

 

 

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Kinda wondering if Rashaad Penny is the back to own ROS. Pete Carrol has been so evasive and misleading with what he reveals about player injuries that I'm starting to wonder if Carson and Hyde could end up sidelined for the remainder of the FF season. 

In which case, Penny would be a potential workhorse. 

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58 minutes ago, ATB said:

Kinda wondering if Rashaad Penny is the back to own ROS. Pete Carrol has been so evasive and misleading with what he reveals about player injuries that I'm starting to wonder if Carson and Hyde could end up sidelined for the remainder of the FF season. 

In which case, Penny would be a potential workhorse. 

Has Penny even returned to practice yet?

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1 hour ago, Wrigley said:
2 hours ago, ATB said:

Kinda wondering if Rashaad Penny is the back to own ROS. Pete Carrol has been so evasive and misleading with what he reveals about player injuries that I'm starting to wonder if Carson and Hyde could end up sidelined for the remainder of the FF season. 

In which case, Penny would be a potential workhorse. 

Has Penny even returned to practice yet?

There’s been nothing on him. I’d be surprised if he returned this year.

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Chris Carson (foot) is questionable for Week 10 against the Rams.

Carlos Hyde (hamstring) practiced on Friday whereas Carson was merely able to run on the sideline. Coach Pete Carroll said both have a "chance" to suit up against Los Angeles. Carson would return as the team's workhorse if available, otherwise touches would likely fall to Hyde and, to a lesser extent, Travis Homer and DeeJay Dallas. Hyde would inevitably lead the team in carries and touches if he's active with Carson ruled out.

SOURCE: Joe Fann on Twitter

Nov 13, 2020, 4:55 PM ET

 

 

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Chris Carson (foot) won't play in Week 10 against the Rams.

Seattle will officially be without Carlos Hyde, Shaquill Griffin, Quinton Dunbar, and Carson (among others) on Sunday. Travis Homer out-snapped DeeJay Dallas 31-20 in place of Carson in Week 9 but the rookie still tied Homer in total touches (9). Alex Collins also worked in for 13 snaps and two carries. Homer and Dallas have equal value as low-end FLEX plays sans Carson and Hyde despite being stuck in a three-headed committee.

SOURCE: Curtis Crabtree on Twitter

Nov 14, 2020, 4:08 PM ET
 

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ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Chris Carson is expected to return for Week 11 against the Cardinals.

Carson and Carlos Hyde have both been ruled out for Week 10, which allows them to rest up a few extra days before their important in-division game on Thursday against the Cardinals. Carson's practice reports will be telling on exactly how healthy his foot is, but he's known for being one of the toughest players in the NFL. As always, Carson offers RB1 upside when healthy with Seattle scoring at will.

SOURCE: Adam Schefter on Twitter

Nov 15, 2020, 12:05 AM ET

 

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Chris Carson (foot) was limited in practice Tuesday.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that Carson was expected to play in Week 11, and Tuesday's upgrade from DNP to limited suggests he's on pace. Wednesday's final practice report should indicate just how healthy Carson is. If he gets his typical workload, Carson will be a borderline top-12 fantasy option in an ideal game environment against the up-tempo Cardinals. Alex Collins would draw another spot start if Carson and Carlos Hyde are unable to go. Hyde was a full participant Tuesday.

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Chris Carson (foot) was limited in practice on Thursday.

Always optimistic, coach Pete Carroll suggested that Carson would be ready for Week 12, but it's not a lock until Carson has a full practice. It's possible that he is upgraded on Friday or just plays through a limited tag. Tomorrow's injury report will clear things up because relying on Carroll's press conferences is bad process. Carlos Hyde would be the lead back if Carson can't suit up. Carson would be a quality RB1/2 whenever available.

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SOURCE: Brady Henderson on Twitter

Nov 26, 2020, 4:41 PM ET

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https://www.rotowire.com/football/player.php?id=11784 

Carson (foot) was a limited practice participant Friday, Joe Fann of NBC Sports Northwest reports.

ANALYSIS
For a second consecutive day, Carson was listed in a similar fashion, only the Seahawks took the practice field Friday. He appears to be putting himself in a position to play for the first time since Week 7, but the team may continue to be cautious with Carson as he recovers from a mid-foot sprain. Saturday's injury report could provide some clarity on Carson's status as the Seahawks get closer to Monday's game at Philadelphia.

 

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49 minutes ago, BoerumHill said:

OK

Any word on his outlook for MNF?

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Chris Carson (foot) has been removed from the team's injury report ahead of Week 12's game against the Eagles.

Carson finally returns, and in a matchup where the Seahawks are favored by 5.5 points. We have seen the Seahawks use DeeJay Dallas, Alex Collins and Carlos Hyde as lead backs, so expect Carson to hover near 20 touches in his first game back since Week 7.

Nov 28, 2020, 4:15 PM ET

 

 

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