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Chris Carson Fantasy Profile

Running back


#32


Seattle SeahawksSeattle Seahawks

Chris Carson
Height:
5'11
Weight:
222
Age:
27
College:
Oklahoma State
Draft:
2017: Rd 7, Pk 249
Bye:
9
Status:
Injured Reserve
ADP:
28.4
Seattle Seahawks DEPTH CHART
123
QB
Russell Wilson
Geno Smith
Jacob Eason
RB
Adrian Peterson
DeeJay Dallas
Rashaad Penny
WR
DK Metcalf
Dee Eskridge
Aaron Fuller
WR
Tyler Lockett
Penny Hart
John Ursua
WR
Freddie Swain
Cody Thompson
TE
Gerald Everett
Will Dissly
Ryan Izzo
K
Jason Myers
Latest News
Nov 23rd · 01:58 AM
Chris Carson Needs Disc Fusion For His Neck

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson (neck) is scheduled to undergo a disc fusion in his neck, according to head coach Pete Carroll. The Seahawks have been told that Carson could be back on the field in late spring of 2022. Carson has yet to have the surgery. The 27-year-old has been on Injured Reserve since last playing on Oct. 3. Carson had been trying to return in recent weeks, but the team finally shut him down and announced he'd need season-ending surgery. He played in just four games this year, but the Seahawks are confident that this surgery will end his long-term neck pain and allow him to return uninhibited in 2022. Carson has been efficient when healthy, but he's had trouble staying on the field, which will make him a risky RB2 next season. Alex Collins will continue to share the backfield with the likes of DeeJay Dallas, Travis Homer and Rashaad Penny the rest of the way in 2021.

Nov 19th · 10:03 PM
Chris Carson To Have Season-Ending Surgery

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson (neck) is expected to have season-ending surgery on his neck and will be placed on Injured Reserve, according to sources. Carson will wind up playing in just four games in 2021 due to his neck injury, which never improved enough for him to get back on the field as Seattle's lead back. The 27-year-old will finish his campaign with 54 rushing attempts for 232 yards and two touchdowns (4.3 yards per carry) while adding six catches on six targets for an additional 29 yards. Alex Collins now becomes more attractive the rest of the season as Seattle's primary backfield option, although he split the snaps pretty evenly with Travis Homer last weekend. Seattle's offense should be better than they were last week, and Collins will be a touchdown-dependent RB3/flex for the rest of the season with Carson done.

Nov 17th · 08:26 PM
Chris Carson Will Not Practice On Wednesday

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson (neck) will not practice on Wednesday despite being designated to return from Injured Reserve last week. Carson can still practice later in the week and be activated in time for Sunday's kickoff, but the week is not off to a great start. Seattle looked lifeless on offense in quarterback Russell Wilson's return, so they would love to have Carson back. However, they are facing uphill odds to secure a playoff berth, so they may not want to risk Carson until he is 100% healthy. If Carson is unable to play, Alex Collins would get another start but would not be an exciting option in a shared backfield with Wilson back throwing the ball down the field.

Nov 16th · 12:37 AM
Chris Carson Up In The Air For Week 11

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said that the team will be "revisiting" running back Chris Carson's (neck) status when the team returns to practice on Wednesday. Carroll doesn't sound as optimistic about Carson as he did last week when the running back returned to practice. Carson remains on Injured Reserve and hasn't played since Week 4, so even if he did come off IR and was active in Week 11 against the Arizona Cardinals, it's unlikely that he'd return to a big workload after the long layoff. The 27-year-old needs to remain stashed in all formats, but Alex Collins remains valuable to fantasy owners as an RB3/flex until Carson is able to return and prove his health. Seattle's offense went nowhere with quarterback Russell Wilson (finger) looking rusty in his return, but that's unlikely to last. Check back later this week for an updated outlook on Carson once the team begins practicing.

Nov 13th · 12:32 AM
Chris Carson Won't Play Sunday

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said that running back Chris Carson (neck) won't come off Injured Reserve to play in Week 10 against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. "We don't feel like it's time yet, so we're going to keep him out," Carroll said. Carson has been out since Week 4, but he returned to practice this week and could be back in Week 11. Alex Collins, who has been the team's primary RB since Carson went on IR, hasn't done a ton for fantasy managers this year, but he will have more upside as an RB3/flex in Week 10 with quarterback Russell Wilson (finger) returning to lead Seattle's offense. The 27-year-old has 61 carries for 227 yards (3.72 yards per carry) and one touchdown on the ground and four catches on five targets for 31 yards through the air in his four starts with Carson out.

Nov 12th · 08:51 PM
Chris Carson Headed For Game-Time Decision

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson (neck) is headed for a game-time decision in Week 10 against the Green Bay Packers. In order for Carson to be eligible to play, the Seahawks will need to activate him from Injured Reserve by Saturday. The 27-year-old has missed the last four games with a serious neck injury, and it's unclear if he proved enough in his return to practice this week that he's ready to return to the field on game day. If Carson is activated from IR and active against the Packers, there's also a chance that he is eased back in alongside Alex Collins, who has been serving as Seattle's primary back in his absence. The good news for the Seahawks RB picture this weekend is that quarterback Russell Wilson (finger) is slated to return. Collins will be on the RB2/3 borderline if Carson isn't ready to return just yet.

Nov 10th · 08:13 PM
Chris Carson Designated To Return From Injured Reserve

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson (neck) was designated to return from IR on Wednesday, starting his 21-day clock towards activation. Now, this doesn't mean Carson will definitely be on the field on Sunday; however, practicing on Wednesday is a big first step. If Carson responds well to practice and taking hits over the next few days, it's possible that he and Russell Wilson could both return against the Packers. Alex Collins has played well enough to warrant a few carries each game in relief of Carson, especially since Carson has a long history of bumps and bruises the Seahawks will want to monitor. Another key factor is that we're not sure how pass-heavy the Seahawks offense will be as Russ recovers from a finger injury. It's entirely possible that the first few weeks could feature a run-heavy offense with both Carson and Collins seeing work, so it's best not to drop Collins quite yet outside of really shallow leagues.

Nov 9th · 01:06 AM
Chris Carson Will Return To Practice Wednesday

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said that he was told on Monday that running back Chris Carson (neck) will return to practice on Wednesday, but he cautioned the team will take it "one day at a time." Carson remains on Injured Reserve and has missed the team's last four games, so even if he was able to return for a Week 10 showdown with the Green Bay Packers, we suspect that the 27-year-old would be eased in next to Alex Collins and Rashaad Penny. If Carson continues to miss time, Collins should continue to be the primary running back. Collins hasn't been all that impressive since Carson landed on IR, but the Seahawks will be getting quarterback Russell Wilson (finger) back this weekend, which should help Collins' cause as an RB3/flex.

Nov 1st · 04:58 PM
Chris Carson Plans To Ramp Up Practicing After Bye Week

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson (neck) is "planning on practicing" as soon as his team finishes its bye week, head coach Pete Carroll revealed Monday. While Carroll did mention the possibility of Carson returning to face Green Bay in Week 10, he simultaneously pumped the brakes, noting that Carson faces a battery of tests before he can return to game action due to the nature of his injury. Sidelined since Week 4, Carson has been the bell cow of the Seattle backfield when healthy; without him, it's been primarily Alex Collins who has led the group. The Carson situation will be one to ramp up interest in monitoring next week as his return to the field would be a boon for season-long managers.

Oct 30th · 05:12 PM
Seahawks Unsure If Chris Carson Will Return This Year

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson (neck) will miss his fourth straight game in Week 8 against the Jacksonville Jaguars, and head coach Pete Carroll said there is no timeline for when Carson will return. Carroll couldn't even say if Carson would return this season. Carson initially felt discomfort in his neck in the preseason but played through it for the first four games of the regular season. He "has pretty good motion and flexibility," but he still feels pain in his neck. Carson is eligible to return after the team's Week 9 bye, but at this rate, that doesn't seem likely. Until further notice, Seattle will continue to rely on Alex Collins and Rashaad Penny, with DeeJay Dallas and Travis Homer also seeing scraps in the backfield. Collins should remain the primary back, but he's a low-upside RB3/flex until quarterback Russell Wilson (finger) returns.

Oct 24th · 03:23 PM
No Timetable For Chris Carson

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said there is no ETA on when running back Chris Carson (neck) might return from Injured Reserve, but he said Carson is workout out hard and is conditioning to be ready if/when he can return. Carson remains on IR and isn't eligible to return until Week 10 against the Green Bay Packers, and there's nothing to currently suggest that he'll make that timetable. Alex Collins has operated as the team's primary back in the last two games with Carson sidelined, but Rashaad Penny (calf) is returning from IR this week and figures to have a role alongside DeeJay Dallas and Travis Homer. Collins remains the best bet for fantasy production as a touchdown-dependent RB2/3, but this backfield will be tougher to predict with Penny now in the fold.

Oct 16th · 03:06 PM
Chris Carson Hasn't Had Any Setbacks

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson (neck) hasn't had any setbacks in his recovery from a neck injury, according to a source, but he's still not 100 percent symptom-free. The Seahawks wanted to give him more time to heal, which is why they placed him on the short-term Injured Reserve on Friday, which will keep him out for at least the next three games. Carson also missed last Thursday's loss to the Los Angeles Rams, and the earliest he'll be able to return is Week 10 against the Green Bay Packers. The 27-year-old should be stashed in the majority of formats while he heals. In the meantime, Alex Collins should continue to operate as the primary back, with DeeJay Dallas and Travis Homer serving as change-of-pace backs. Collins has a low ceiling as an RB3/flex with quarterback Geno Smith taking over for Russell Wilson (finger), who is also on IR.

Oct 15th · 11:28 PM
Chris Carson Lands On Injured Reserve

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson (neck) was placed on Injured Reserve on Friday, joining quarterback Russell Wilson (finger). Both Carson and Wilson will now miss at least the next three games. Carson missed last Thursday's loss to the Los Angeles Rams and was ruled out for Week 6 against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night before going on IR. Alex Collins will continue to serve as the primary running back after handling 15 of the team's 20 carries last week. DeeJay Dallas And Travis Homer will serve as change-of-pace backs and in obvious passing situations. Seattle's offense will struggle to move the ball consistently with quarterback Geno Smith under center, so Collins makes for a touchdown-dependent RB3/flex on Sunday night. He's currently rostered in just 35% percent of Yahoo leagues, but that number figures to go up considerably with Carson out at least another three games.

Oct 15th · 09:39 PM
Chris Carson Ruled Out For Another Game

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson (neck) has been ruled out for the Week 6 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night. Although it was initially reported that Carson's neck injury isn't a long-term injury, he's now in danger of landing on Injured Reserve to join quarterback Russell Wilson (finger). An IR placement would mean that Carson would have to miss an additional three games. Fantasy managers should be prepared for an extended absence at this point. With both Wilson and Carson out, Seattle's offense will be a shell of its former self with Geno Smith under center and Alex Collins expected to serve as the primary running back for the second straight game. Collins saw 15 carries last week and ran for 47 yards, with DeeJay Dallas and Travis Homer combining for just five carries and 12 yards. Collins should be no more than a touchdown-dependent RB3/flex against Pittsburgh.

Oct 14th · 11:45 PM
Chris Carson Remains Sidelined For Thursday's Practice

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson (neck) remained on the sideline for Thursday's practice. The veteran missed Week 5 with a neck injury and it looks like his Week 6 status could be in serious doubt. It's never a good sign when a player misses two practices in a row and Friday's practice status is something that managers will want to keep an eye on. If Carson were to miss Week 6, Alex Collins would be the next man up. Managers that roster Carson should already employ Collins and he should be rostered in most formats with Carson's status in the air and is injury history. The Seahawks don't play until the night game on Sunday and managers may want to look into Collins or other options to be safe. Regardless of it's Carson or Collins, they will draw a tough Pittsburgh Steelers defense and will be RB2 options this weekend.

Oct 14th · 01:16 AM
Chris Carson Expected To Return To Practice Thursday

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson (neck) didn't practice on Wednesday but is expected to return on Thursday, according to head coach Pete Carroll. Carson missed last Thursday's loss to the Los Angeles Rams and is questionable to play this weekend against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night. If he's truly a game-time decision this week, he'll be extremely risky with the game coming late on Sunday. On top of it, Seattle lost quarterback Russell Wilson (finger) for six to eight weeks. Backup Geno Smith looked good in limited action to close out last Thursday's game, but this offense will have a much tougher time moving the ball consistently. If Carson misses another game, Alex Collins should continue seeing most of the work with DeeJay Dallas and Travis Homer serving in change-of-pace roles.

Oct 7th · 10:45 PM
Chris Carson Ruled Out Against Rams

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson (neck) has been officially ruled out for the Thursday night game against the division-rival Los Angeles Rams in Week 5. Carson popped up on the injury report on Tuesday and didn't practice the last two days. Heading into a short week, it's not a huge surprise that Carson is out. There were reports floating around earlier Wednesday that his neck injury might be a chronic, long-term issue, but it's not expected to be a long-term concern now. While fantasy managers will have to remove Carson from starting lineups this week, he might not miss more than this one game. Alex Collins will have some RB3/flex upside in deeper setups against LA as the likely first option on early downs for Seattle. Travis Homer and DeeJay Dallas could split the change-of-pace duties.

Oct 7th · 04:50 PM
Chris Carson Not Expected To Play Thursday?

The Seattle Seahawks have not ruled running back Chris Carson (neck) out for the Thursday night game against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 5, but SI.com's Corbin K. Smith thinks that Carson will not play based on head coach Pete Carroll's comments and the fact that Carson didn't practice on Tuesday or Wednesday. The 27-year-old showed up on the injury report on Tuesday and is officially listed as questionable to play on a short week. Smith also mentioned on SiriusXM Fantasy Radio that Carson is dealing with a chronic long-term neck injury, which could suggest that he is in danger of missing extended time. If Carson is inactive, Alex Collins would likely handle early down work and would have some RB3/flex appeal in deeper leagues. Travis Homer and DeeJay Dallas would likely share change-of-pace work.

Oct 6th · 09:33 PM
Chris Carson To Be Game-Time Decision Thursday

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson (neck) didn't practice again on Wednesday, and the Seahawks aren't expected to decide his status until right before the Thursday night game against the Los Angeles Rams. On a short week coming off a game where Carson wasn't very effective, it wouldn't be a huge surprise to see the Seahawks rest him. Alex Collins saw three fewer carries than Carson on Sunday, but he was much more efficient with his touches and scored a touchdown on 44 yards rushing. If Carson were to sit out, Collins would be the preferred back of choice on early downs, while Travis Homer and DeeJay Dallas could split work in passing situations. Those that roster Carson need to have a backup plan in place in case he's ruled inactive.

Oct 6th · 12:42 AM
Chris Carson Doesn't Practice Tuesday

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson (neck) and rookie wide receiver Dee Eskridge (concussion) did not take part in practice on Tuesday. It's unclear if Carson's injury is serious enough to keep him out on Thursday night against the Los Angeles Rams, but a new injury two days before the game usually isn't a great sign. The 27-year-old is Seattle's clear lead back, but Alex Collins out-snapped him in the second half of the Week 4 win over the San Francisco 49ers. If Carson is out or limited at all this Thursday, Collins could have some appeal as an RB3/flex. If you roster Carson, adding Collins off the waiver wire wouldn't be a bad idea at all. Eskridge suffered a concussion in his NFL debut in Week 1 and hasn't played since.

Oct 4th · 01:20 PM
Chris Carson Unproductive With Limited Carries

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson rushed for 30 yards on 13 carries and caught his only target for one yard during Sunday's 28-21 win over the San Francisco 49ers. It was the third straight week that Carson had 13 carries or less in each game. The 27-year-old isn't dealing with an injury but was ineffective on Sunday, averaging 2.3 yards per carry. Veteran running back Alex Collins had 10 carries and scored a touchdown off the bench in Week 4. The Seahawks are facing the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday; Seattle could have limited Carson (who's dealt with injuries throughout his career) with the short turnaround in an effort to keep him healthy. Carson has 232 rushing yards on 54 attempts and three touchdowns while catching all six of his targets for 29 yards over four games in 2021. The Oklahoma State product is a low-end RB2 against the Rams in Week 5.

Sep 30th · 01:28 PM
Chris Carson Remains An RB2 In Week 4

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson has found the end zone in each of the last two weeks, but he could find running room harder to come by in Week 4 against the San Francisco 49ers. The 49ers allowed a fair bit of scoring to the Detroit Lions in Week 1, but they've been a better group in each of the last two weeks. Heading into Week 4, Carson is the clear leading man in the Seattle backfield. He has 46 touches through three games, while no other running back has more than five. Simply due to volume, he'll remain an RB2 for fantasy managers, but you shouldn't be counting on him for a big performance this week.

Sep 20th · 03:04 AM
Chris Carson Scores Twice In Week 2

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson wasn't super efficient in Week 2, but he still managed a solid fantasy day against the Tennessee Titans. Carson finished the day with 13 carries for 31 yards. Carson didn't see his usual workload in the receiving game, as he failed to register even a target on the afternoon despite an overtime affair that game him an extra period to perform. As we've seen over the past couple of seasons with Carson, he's one of the more consistent running backs across the league in fantasy. Sometimes it takes a touchdown or two to get the job done, but he almost always gets it done.

Sep 16th · 11:53 AM
Chris Carson Is An RB2 In Week 2

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson didn't have the best game in Week 1, but he has a good matchup in Week 2 against the Tennessee Titans to bounce back. The Titans defensive front was getting moved around with ease in Week 1 against the Arizona Cardinals, and this new Seahawks offensive line seems like they're getting movement again. Throw in the fact that Carson gets involved in the passing game, and that helps elevate his floor from a flex play into an RB2 every week.

Sep 13th · 12:54 AM
Chris Carson Runs Well In Week 1

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson saw his team keep five running backs on the active roster as insurance for him, and he promptly made everyone look stupid for being worried about him with a strong performance in Week 1. Carson had 16 carries for 91 yards to go with three receptions for 26 yards in the Week 1 win over the Indianapolis Colts. It's unfortunate that Carson was not able to get a touchdown to really bring his day home, but this was a solid performance from Carson nonetheless. Carson did have a fumble, which was an issue that plagued him at the start of last season. He'll need to get that under control. As we've seen from him over the last few seasons, Carson is going to be a consistent RB2 every week, and it will only take a touchdown to elevate him to the RB1 tier.

Career Stats
RushingReceivingFpts
YearTeamGPAttYdsAVGTDLNGTGTSRECYDSYPRTDFUMLOSTDraftKings
2021SEA4542324.333366294.801149.1
2020SEA121416814.852946372877.8410187.8
2019SEA1527812304.475947372667.2274254.6
2018SEA1424711514.796124201638.2032221.4
TOTAL4572032944.6241821231007457.46127712.9
Game Logs
RushingReceivingFpts
WeekOppScoreAttYdsAVGTDLNGTGTSRECYDSYPRTDFUMLOSTDraftKings
Strength of Schedule
TeamProjected Stats
WeekMatchupTemperatureSpreadO/UTeam TotalReceptionsRec YdsRec TdsRush YdsRush Tds
1@ INDdome1.652.325.42.0%2.0%-2.0%-14.0%-9.0%
2vs TEN63-350.326.73.0%4.0%2.0%-5.0%3.0%
3@ MINdome052.826.44.0%4.0%1.0%-6.0%0.0%
4@ SF681.447.923.3-1.0%0.0%-13.0%-11.0%-15.0%
5vs LAR58-0.548.824.6-4.0%-3.0%-7.0%-11.0%-7.0%
6@ PIT58-0.148.524.3-3.0%0.0%-9.0%-8.0%-8.0%
7vs NO55-3.248.726-4.0%1.0%-1.0%-10.0%-3.0%
8vs JAX53-9.949.529.7-6.0%11.0%17.0%-3.0%13.0%
9vs BYE00000.0%0.0%0.0%0.0%0.0%
10@ GB412.750.123.7-6.0%6.0%-13.0%0.0%-9.0%
11vs ARI49-5.250.728-2.0%3.0%7.0%-1.0%13.0%
12@ WAS50048.224.1-4.0%0.0%-11.0%-4.0%-6.0%
13vs SF46-2.648.725.6-3.0%1.0%-3.0%-8.0%-3.0%
14@ HOUdome-9.250.830-2.0%6.0%17.0%-1.0%20.0%
15@ LARdome3.552.224.3-2.0%-6.0%-9.0%-13.0%-7.0%
16vs CHI41-6.447.426.9-8.0%4.0%3.0%-6.0%3.0%
17vs DET40-1248.630.3-4.0%12.0%21.0%-2.0%15.0%
18@ ARIdome-1.253.827.54.0%-1.0%4.0%-4.0%11.0%

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—Alex "Awesemo" Baker

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Alex Baker has been playing daily fantasy professionally since 2015 under the handle Awesemo. Working his way up from the smallest stakes, he has been the #1 overall ranked player in DFS since 2017 on the strength of his predictive models for sports. As the competition has gotten more sophisticated, Alex has used game theory to build a winning strategy combining his fantasy and ownership projections. To this day, he still participates in almost every DFS tournament available.