|Week 17 (DAL) - Average||18.5||77.0||1.0||0.5||2.0||0||13|
|Week 17 (DAL) - Dave Richard||20||82||1||0||0||0||14|
|Week 17 (DAL) - Jamey Eisenberg||17||72||1||1||4||0||13|
|2014 Season - Average||268.5||1306.0||9.5||16.0||124.0||0||180|
|2014 Season - Dave Richard||271||1268||9||10||70||0||172|
|2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg||266||1344||10||22||178||0||192|
|Current Player Ranking: 15|
|Red Zone Stats|
|45||110||6|| 65.2||1||1||2||0|| 1.6|
|03/03/2015||Demaryius Thomas, WR DEN|
Alfred Morris, RB WAS
|LeSean McCoy, RB PHI|
Kelvin Benjamin, WR CAR
|03/03/2015||Vincent Jackson, WR TB||Alfred Morris, RB WAS|
|03/01/2015||Ray Rice, RB BAL|
Jay Cutler, QB CHI
Alfred Morris, RB WAS
Justin Forsett, RB BAL
Kerwynn Williams, RB ARI
C.J. Anderson, RB DEN
Marques Colston, WR NO
Zach Ertz, TE PHI
Eric Ebron, TE DET
Roy Helu, RB WAS
Michael Vick, QB NYJ
Josh Gordon, WR CLE
Matt Prater, K DET
Steelers , DST PIT
Pierre Garcon, WR WAS
Odell Beckham, WR NYG
Ryan Mallett, QB HOU
Jeremy Hill, RB CIN
Coby Fleener, TE IND
Drew Brees, QB NO
Victor Cruz, WR NYG
Reggie Bush, RB DET
Percy Harvin, WR NYJ
Sammy Watkins, WR BUF
Panthers , DST CAR
|Greg Olsen, TE CAR|
Rashad Jennings, RB NYG
Jordy Nelson, WR GB
Chris Ivory, RB NYJ
Andre Williams, RB NYG
C.J. Spiller, RB BUF
Montee Ball, RB DEN
Fred Jackson, RB BUF
Eric Decker, WR NYJ
Robert Griffin III, QB WAS
Julian Edelman, WR NE
Brandin Cooks, WR NO
Ahmad Bradshaw, RB IND
Philip Rivers, QB SD
Julius Thomas, TE DEN
Mike Evans, WR TB
Mark Sanchez, QB PHI
Jarvis Landry, WR MIA
Rank Among Leaders
Redskins leave RG3 off of letter to season-ticket owners
|by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com|
|(2/5/15) Either it was a simple mistake or an indication of how the Redskins truly feel about quarterback Robert Griffin III.
In a letter sent to season-ticket holders, the Redskins thanks fans for their support while mentioning the core group of players that are poised to lead the organization back into the winning column. One notable name was left off.
"Head Coach Jay Gruden, new General Manager Scot McCloughan, and Defensive Coordinator Joe Barry will lead a nucleus of Ryan Kerrigan, DeSean Jackson, plus Pro Bowlers Trent Williams and Alfred Morris. The Redskins are poised to rebound next season!" the letter read, via The Washington Post.
Griffin, the Redskins' No. 2 overall pick in 2012, was not included in this group.
Griffin enjoyed phenomenal success as a rookie, throwing for 3,200 yards, 20 touchdowns and five touchdowns while running for 815 yards and seven touchdowns. Following an ACL tear during the 2012 postseason, Griffin hasn't been the same. After returning from a dislocated ankle this past season, Griffin was benched in favor of Colt McCoy.
Griffin played in nine games in 2014 and threw for 1,694 yards, four touchdowns and six interceptions.
Redskins RB Morris replacing Eagles RB McCoy in Pro Bowl
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(1/19/15) Redskins running back Alfred Morris was named Monday as Eagles running back LeSean McCoy's replacement in the Pro Bowl. McCoy will not play in the game due to injury.
Morris will be in the Pro Bowl for a second straight year. Morris rushed for 1,074 yards and eight touchdowns in 2014. It was his third straight season of 1,000-plus rushing yards.
Redskins RB Alfred Morris eclipses 1,000-yard mark for third time
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(12/20/14) Redskins running back Alfred Morris scored his eighth touchdown of the season and surpassed the 1,000-yard threshold during Saturday's Week 16 win over the Eagles.
Morris barreled into the end zone from 28 yards out in the first quarter. Morris nearly had a chance at a three-touchdown game, but coach Jay Gruden opted to use fullback Darrel Young, who capitalized twice from inside the 1-yard line.
Morris took 21 handoffs for 83 yards and a score. He has rushed for 1,031 yards and eight touchdowns on 243 carries this season. Morris has eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark in each of his first three seasons in the league.
Washington will face Dallas in Week 17.
Redskins' Alfred Morris held to less than 50 rushing yards Week 15
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(12/14/14) Redskins running back Alfred Morris rushed for a team-high 49 yards on 14 carries during a 24-13 loss Week 15 at N.Y. Giants. He had no catches in the game.
Morris has been held without a rushing touchdown in three straight games. The Redskins are back in action Week 16 against the Eagles.
Flow of game washes Alfred Morris away
|by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer|
|(12/8/14) What, so you're going to sit Redskins running back Alfred Morris now after he won back your trust with those four straight games of double-digit Fantasy points in Weeks 8-12? I get the frustration after he ran for just 6 yards against the Rams, but in standard CBSSports.com leagues, he's still the ninth-best running back to date.
He's the one constant on an offense with no continuity at quarterback. When the game gets away from the Redskins, as happened in Sunday's 24-0 loss, he's in trouble as a non-pass catcher out of the back field, but even with all the unrest at quarterback, he's proven to be good enough often enough for you to stick with him in Fantasy.
For other major takeaways from Week 14, be sure to check out my latest post to the Fantasy Football Today blog.
|Alfred Morris has the chance to return as a Top 10 Fantasy running back this season <i>if</i> he can prove capable as a receiver. We know Morris can run the ball, and he has consecutive seasons with 1,200 yards and seven touchdowns (2,888 rushing yards and 20 touchdowns combined). But he has just 20 receptions in his career, and that could hold him back slightly in new coach Jay Gruden's offense. Now, Morris did catch four passes for 68 yards at the Pro Bowl, and Gruden said he could see Morris catching 20-25 passes this year. If that happens, then Morris could become a star. We like Morris as a high-end No. 2 Fantasy running back. He should be around 1,300 rushing yards and double digits in touchdowns, and if he can add 160-200 receiving yards on top of that it would push him back into the Top 10 (he was No. 15 last year). Plan on drafting Morris early in Round 2 in the majority of standard leagues, and he should be drafted in Round 3 in PPR formats. The key for Morris is his receptions, and how he does catching the ball will determine how high he will finish as a Fantasy option this year.
(Updated 5/29/14) |