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New England Patriots running back Damien Harris (hamstring) had no issues running the ball against the Buffalo Bills in Week 13. He rushed 10 times for 111 yards and one touchdown in the win. He exited the game in the second quarter, but was only able to return for one play after leaving with a hamstring issue. Luckily, the Patriots do have their bye next week, so Harris will get extra time to rest. Rhamondre Stevenson would become the lead back, assuming Harris misses any time. He'd likely carry RB2 value without Harris available. Fantasy managers will just have to wait and hope Harris can rest and heal during the bye week.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris (hamstring) is listed as questionable to return on Monday night against the Buffalo Bills with a hamstring injury. Harris was seen limping late in the first half and went into the locker room early before halftime to be checked out. He was seen trying to get his leg loose at the start of the second half, but he didn't come onto the field for New England's first drive of the third quarter. The good news for his fantasy managers is that Harris broke a 64-yard run for a touchdown in the first quarter, and he has nine carries for 89 yards and the touchdown. If he doesn't return to this game, rookie Rhamondre Stevenson and Brandon Bolden will split the backfield work to close out the second half.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris has only surpassed 50 rushing yards in one of his last three games. Although, Harris does have a touchdown scored in six of his last seven games. Sadly, he'll head into a matchup against the Buffalo Bills defense in Week 13. A defense that currently ranks fourth in rush DVOA this season. Regardless, there should still be 10-plus carries for Harris in this game. However, it's uncertain how well Harris will play in this tough matchup. Rhamondre Stevenson has been more involved lately. Harris could fall into flex territory for this Monday night contest.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris saw double-digit carries for the seventh game in a row on Sunday. Sadly, Harris wasn't able to do much with his carries against the Tennessee Titans. He rushed 11 times for 40 yards and one touchdown in the win. Rookie back Rhamondre Stevenson also mixed in nine carries as he continues taking some carries away from Harris. Regardless, neither have great upside against the Buffalo Bills and their strong defense next week. Harris should be able to hold low-end RB2 value, but he might fall into the flex radar against a tough opponent.
New England Patriots running backs Damien Harris (neck) and Rhamondre Stevenson (knee) are both active for the Week 12 meeting with the Tennessee Titans. Both players had questionable tags on the final injury report but were expected to suit up. With New England having its full stable of running backs available, J.J. Taylor was made a healthy scratch. Harris has been sharing more reps with the impressive Stevenson since he returned from a concussion, which has made him more of a low-end RB2 in fantasy as long as Stevenson continues to have a bigger role. The Titans have also allowed the fifth-fewest rushing yards per game (97.2) in 2021, so the Patriots may find running lanes harder to come by on Sunday. Stevenson will be on the RB2/3 borderline and has looked more explosive than Harris in recent weeks.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris (neck) is expected to play against the Titans on Sunday, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Harris was listed as questionable but should suit up. Of course, the 24-year-old will have competition from rookie Rhamondre Stevenson (knee), who has emerged as a talented runner. This backfield is likely heading for another split in usage this week, which diminishes the value of both lead backs. As such, both Harris and Stevenson can be viewed as mid-range RB3s.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris (neck) was limited in practice all week and is listed as questionable for the Week 12 matchup against the Tennessee Titans. Harris returned from a concussion last week but only saw 10 carries for 56 yards and caught one pass for nine yards while sharing more of the work with impressive rookie Rhamondre Stevenson (knee) in the blowout win over the Atlanta Falcons. Both Harris and Stevenson are questionable this weekend, but Patriots players listed as questionable usually tend to suit up on Sundays. Assuming both backs play this weekend, Harris' fantasy stock has fallen slightly with the emergence of Stevenson, and he'll be more of a low-end RB2/flex against Tennessee.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris (neck) was listed as a limited practice participant on Wednesday. Barring a setback this week, Harris should be just fine for a Week 12 date against the Tennessee Titans after he returned from a concussion last Thursday. The 24-year-old nearly split backfield snaps evenly with surging rookie Rhamondre Stevenson, though, and he saw only 11 touches for 65 yards in the blowout win over the Atlanta Falcons. With Stevenson becoming a thorn in Harris' fantasy side and with the Titans defense allowing the fourth-fewest rushing yards per game (97.2), fantasy managers should treat him as more of a low-end RB2 this weekend.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris was cleared to play for Week 11 despite being listed as questionable throughout most of the week. He returned as the lead back, but didn't make as much noise as fantasy managers would've hoped. Harris rushed 10 times for 56 yards and hauled in one reception for nine yards in the win over the Atlanta Falcons. To be fair, Harris finished with 5.6 yards per carry, which is solid, but the volume wasn't there for him. The good news is, Harris has seen 10 or more carries in every game since Week 4. Fantasy managers should consider him a flex option or low-end RB2 for the Week 12 matchup against the Tennessee Titans.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris (concussion) and tight end Jonnu Smith (shoulder) are both active for Thursday night's game against the Atlanta Falcons. Although it's fair to wonder if his role might be smaller after he missed Week 10 with a concussion and rookie Rhamondre Stevenson went off for a big game. But when healthy, Harris has been New England's preferred choice on the ground, and the Falcons defense hasn't really scared anyone this year. He'll at least be a low-end RB2 in a nice matchup in his return. Smith missed last week with his shoulder injury but is returning in what will likely be another low-volume day for him behind Hunter Henry. Smith isn't a realistic starting option, but his return makes Henry slightly less appealing as a touchdown-dependent, low-end TE1.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris has cleared the league's concussion protocol and is good to go for Thursday night's game against the Atlanta Falcons to kick off Week 11 action. Harris wasn't cleared for the Week 10 blowout win over the Cleveland Browns, and rookie Rhamondre Stevenson had himself a day as a result, carrying the ball 20 times for 100 yards and two touchdowns while adding four receptions on five targets for another 14 yards. Stevenson was a popular waiver-wire pickup this week as a result, but he could go back to being an unpredictable RB3/flex play in deeper leagues now that Harris is returning to action and will likely see more of the early down touches. Harris could have his snaps limited in his return, but he'll have RB2 upside against Atlanta.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris (concussion) was present at the team's walkthrough on Tuesday. Harris will need to be cleared before Thursday night's game to return to action against the Atlanta Falcons. In his absence, Rhamondre Stevenson was very impressive, as he put up 20 carries for 100 yards and two touchdowns. If Harris returns to action in Week 11, he could see less work than he is used to, but he should still be able to lead the backfield in carries. Still, after an impressive game as the Patriots RB1, it is hard to imagine that Stevenson doesn't have some sort of role in the game. If Harris is active he can be treated as a lower-end RB2 option against a weak Atlanta defense.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris (concussion), who missed the Week 10 win over the Cleveland Browns, was listed as a DNP on Monday's estimated practice report. Harris will need to clear the league's concussion protocol in order to play on Thursday on a short week against the Atlanta Falcons, so fantasy managers should consider him extremely questionable to play. In his absence in the blowout over Cleveland, rookie Rhamondre Stevenson went off for 114 scrimmage yards and two touchdowns on 24 touches while sharing time with Brandon Bolden. If Harris is forced to miss his second straight game, Stevenson will be a very appealing RB2 play in fantasy. He should be one of the top waiver-wire pickups this week if he isn't already rostered in your league.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Browns. Harris has found the end zone in each of his past five games, having taken a stranglehold on the lead back role for New England. Without Harris in the mix, the Patriots hope to turn to Rhamondre Stevenson (concussion) for top back duties, but his availability remains unclear in its own right. Brandon Bolden and J.J. Taylor are break glass options with high upside assuming that the RB room is shorthanded. Harris' next chance to return to the field comes in Week 11 vs. Atlanta.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris (concussion) remains listed as questionable for the Week 10 matchup against the Cleveland Browns. Both Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson (concussion) have a good chance of sitting out after not practicing all week. That is a significant blow to the Patriots who have used Harris in an increased role lately. Over the last five games, Harris has seen 14 carries or more in every contest. That would likely remain the same in Week 10, assuming he's cleared to play. However, it'd be a tough matchup against the Browns fifth ranked rush defense. Harris would be a risky RB2 even at full health for this game. Otherwise, Brandon Bolden could have some deep league or streaming value in a larger role.
New England Patriots running backs Damien Harris (concussion) and Rhamondre Stevenson (concussion) are both listed as questionable to face the Cleveland Browns in Week 10. Both players were listed as missing practice all week, so they'll need to be cleared from the league's concussion protocol on Saturday in order to play Sunday. If they are both unable to do so, the Patriots would be down to Brandon Bolden and J.J. Taylor, who would likely split backfield reps against the Browns. Bolden would be the preferred RB3/flex option in deeper leagues, but that's probably only the case if Harris and Stevenson are both inactive. When everyone has been healthy, Harris has been New England's primary option in the backfield in 2021.
New England Patriots running backs Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson remain in the league's concussion protocol and were not at practice for the second straight day this week on Thursday. Harris and Stevenson should both be considered highly questionable for Week 10 against the Cleveland Browns. They'll need to get back on the practice field on Friday in some capacity to have a shot at playing on Sunday. If that doesn't happen, Brandon Bolden and J.J. Taylor would be in for a significant increase in playing time in the team's backfield. Harris has been the team's preferred back of choice in 2021, giving him weekly RB2 appeal. It's unclear exactly how Bill Belichick would utilize Bolden and Taylor if Harris and Stevenson were inactive, but they could both have RB3/flex standalone value in deeper leagues.
New England Patriots running backs Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson, who are both in the league's concussion protocol, were not able to practice on Wednesday. The Patriots plan to take their status day by day heading into a Week 10 matchup with the Cleveland Browns this Sunday. Harris has been the team's most valuable fantasy back this year by far, carrying the ball 133 times for 547 yards and seven touchdowns while adding 11 catches on 13 targets for 63 yards in nine games. Stevenson ranks second with only 35 carries, but he leads the Pats with 22 catches for 189 yards and a score on 24 targets. If one or both of Harris and/or Stevenson don't get cleared this week, it would make Brandon Bolden and J.J. Taylor much more interesting. Harris will remain in the RB2 picture if he's active.
New England Patriots running backs Damien Harris (head) and Rhamondre Stevenson (head) are in concussion protocol, per running backs coach Ivan Fears. "We're on the wait-and-see program," said Fears. Both backs exited a Week 9 win over the Carolina Panthers early with head injuries and are considered questionable for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns. Harris has rushed for a touchdown in five straight games while Stevenson rushed for 62 yards and added two receptions for 44 yards in his previous contest. J.J. Taylor and Brandon Bolden would lead the Patriots backfield if Harris and Stevenson were unable to suit up in Week 10. Stay tuned for further updates.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris has been able to find the end zone quite often over the last few weeks. In fact, Harris came into the Week 9 contest with a touchdown in each of his last four games. He has able to keep that streak alive while rushing for 30 yards on 15 attempts with one score in the win over the Carolina Panthers. Harris left halfway through the fourth quarter with what appeared to be a head injury. He didn't return to the game, but that might've been the Patriots being cautious. Fantasy managers should monitor Harris over the next few days. He'll remain on the RB2 radar for the Week 10 matchup against the Cleveland Browns. Harris has seen 14 or more carries over the last five games. The carries are going to be there, but he needs to find room to run now.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris has turned it on over the last few weeks. In fact, Harris has five touchdowns and two games of over 100 rushing yards in the last four contests. He'll head into a matchup against the Carolina Panthers who rank 19th in rush DVOA this season. Although, Carolina is giving up the second-fewest amount of fantasy points to running backs so far. The carries should be there for Harris, but he probably won't be as successful as weeks prior. Fantasy managers should consider him a low-end RB2 for this Week 9 matchup.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris, as expected, saw a heavy workload during the Week 8 matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers. Harris rushed 23 times for 80 yards and one touchdown in the win. Those 23 carries tied a season-high for Harris, who hasn't seen that significant of a workload since the season opener. Fantasy managers are certainly happy that Harris is back to seeing double-digit carries every week. He should be a fine RB2 for the matchup against the Carolina Panthers next week.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris has posted back-to-back games with over 100 rushing yards. He has a solid chance of keeping that streak alive against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 8. A defense that ranks last in rush DVOA through the first seven weeks of the season. The Patriots have given Harris more chances on the ground since James White (hip) went down. Harris has proven to be a reliable option and they should continue trusting him on the ground. This is most likely going to be a run-heavy game for New England. Fantasy managers should feel confident with Harris as a RB2 heading into this Week 8 matchup.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris had seemingly no issues against the New York Jets in Week 7. He rushed 14 times for 106 yards and two touchdowns in the blowout win. Harris also added two receptions for seven yards through the air. It could've been an even bigger game for Harris, but the Jets weren't able to keep it close. The Patriots pulled out Harris as a precaution, which gave J.J. Taylor some real game reps. Fantasy managers should consider Harris a solid RB2 for next week after two straight games of 100-plus rushing yards.
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris is coming off his best rushing performance of the season. Last week, Harris rushed for 101 yards on 18 carries and found the end zone for the second straight week. The hope is that he'll be able to carry that momentum into the Week 7 matchup with the New York Jets. A defense that has allowed the most fantasy points to running backs this season. Fantasy managers should feel comfortable with Harris as a RB2 for this week.
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