Chris Carson expected to see two-thirds of Seahawks' backfield touches
Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson is expected to see "at least two-thirds of the workload," writes Joe Fann of NBC Sports Northwest.
Rashaad Penny "will be involved," Fann added, but there's no questioning that Carson has emerged as the lead back in Seattle. Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer said Tuesday that he wants Carson to see around 50 targets in his third NFL season.
numberFire's models believe Carson will record 1,147.0 rushing yards, 169.3 receiving yards, and 8.45 touchdowns in 2019. He's the RB20 in our preseason fantasy rankings.
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