Russell Wilson - QBPosted 9/20/18 5:36pm ET
Seattle Seahawk QB Russell Wilson (hamstring) was a full participant in practice for the second straight day Thursday, Sept. 20.
Huddle Up: Wilson should undoubtedly be out there for Seattle's Sunday tilt at home opposite the Cowboys. With a tough defense on tap, Wilson is a lower-end QB1 to deploy for Week 3.
Doug Baldwin - WRPosted 9/20/18 5:34pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (knee) missed practice for the second straight day Thursday, Sept. 20.
Huddle Up: Baldwin missed the club's Week 2 affair on Monday night and it looks like he's most likely going to miss another one when the Cowboys come to town. If he remains sidelined, Brandon Marshall and Tyler Lockett will benefit considerably.
Doug Baldwin - WRPosted 9/19/18 5:21pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (knee) did not participate in practice Wednesday, Sept. 19.
Huddle Up: Baldwin probably will not play in Week 3 if he does not practice this week. Owners in all leagues should keep him on the bench and look for other options to use in their lineups.
Russell Wilson - QBPosted 9/19/18 5:21pm ET
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson (hamstring) fully participated in practice Wednesday, Sept. 19.
Huddle Up: Wilson has thrown for five touchdowns and three interceptions in the first two games and has rushed for only 22 yards during that time. He can still be considered a low-end No. 1 fantasy quarterback this week against the Dallas Cowboys.
Tyler Lockett - WRPosted 9/18/18 11:46am ET
Seattle Sehawks WR Tyler Lockett was on the field for a position-most 91 percent (60 of 66) of the team's offensive snaps Monday, Sept. 17, against the Chicago Bears.
Huddle Up: Brandon Marshall was second with 53 snaps Monday, but Lockett was the clear top target for Russell Wilson as he also led the team in targets (seven), receptions (five) and receiving yards (60), including his 19-yard scoring reception in the fourth quarter. Lockett is a solid flex consideration as long as Doug Baldwin remains sidelined.
Chris Carson - RBPosted 9/18/18 6:35pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson was listed atop the team's Week 3 depth chart Tuesday, Sept. 18.
Huddle Up: This is notable is because Carson was "gassed" - according to head coach Pete Carroll - from playing special teams and did see a single touch in the second half during the team's Week 2 loss to the Chicago Bears. Carroll sang the praises of Carson all spring and summer, but his playing time isn't reflecting it. The 2017 seventh-round pick has averaged 5.8 yards per carry so far versus Rashaad Penny's 2.2, yet the latter has more carries than the former (17-13), leaving him as an RB3/flex until something changes.
Russell Wilson - QBPosted 9/17/18 6:45pm ET
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson was limited to 7-of-14 passing for 68 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions while running just once for nine yards in the first half of the Week 2 game against the Chicago Bears on Monday, Sept. 17.
Huddle Up: Wilson has already been sacked five times in just 30 minutes, as the Seattle offensive line has had their issues trying to contain Khalil Mack and company. If you have the Bears DST in fantasy tonight, it has been a good start. If you're a Wilson fantasy owner, not so much.
Russell Wilson - QBPosted 9/17/18 8:08pm ET
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson completed 22-of-36 passes for 226 yards, two touchdowns and one interception in the Week 2 game against the Chicago Bears and he ran for 17 yards.
Huddle Up: Wilson was under duress all evening by the hungry Bears pass rush, dropping him six times for sack. The Bears also got him for a pick-six late in the second half to make the difference in this one. Seattle returns home to face a sturdy Cowboys defense in Week 3, but Wilson remains a low-end QB1 in most fantasy leagues of 12 or more teams.
Brandon Marshall - WRPosted 9/17/18 8:38pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Brandon Marshall posted four grabs for 44 yards on six targets in Week 2 against the Chicago Bears on Monday, Sept. 17.
Huddle Up: All of Marshall's production came in the first half, and Russell Wilson barely looked his way in the second half of the game. While Marshall was second on the team in receiving yards and targets, he is still nothing more than a low-end WR5 in fantasy leagues of 12 or more teams heading into Week 3 against the Cowboys.
Tyler Lockett - WRPosted 9/17/18 8:35pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett racked up five receptions for 60 yards and a touchdown on a team-high seven targets in Week 2 against the Chicago Bears on Monday, Sept. 17.
Huddle Up: Lockett looked like the only NFL-caliber receiver on the Seattle roster, and he was able to post a decent stat line despite the fact his quarterback was under duress all night with little time to look downfield to get Lockett the ball. He is the only wideout worthy of fantasy consideration while Doug Baldwin (knee) is on the shelf.
Chris Carson - RBPosted 9/17/18 8:32pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson carried six times for 24 yards in Week 2 against the Chicago Bears on Monday, Sept. 17 and he had no catches on just one target.
Huddle Up: Carson was second among the tailbacks in touches, as Rashaad Penny led the way with 10 total touches. The Twittersphere was losing its mind, as people were questioning if Carson was injured. There was no reported injury, as head coach Pete Carroll just elected to try Penny more. Right now, Carson is looking like nothing more than a low-end RB4 heading into Week 3 against Dallas.
Rashaad Penny - RBPosted 9/17/18 8:21pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Rashaad Penny rushed 10 times for 30 yards in Week 2 against the Chicago Bears on Monday, Sept. 17 and he did not have a catch on two targets.
Huddle Up: Penny saw seven runs for just eight yards in Denver in Week 1 while totaling 11 touches. He had 10 touches in this one, but was used slightly more in the run game. It was tough sledding all night for the Seattle offense, and Penny's team-leading 30 yards on the ground isn't terribly impressive for fantasy purposes. Still, it's notable he had more touches than any other Seattle back.
Will Dissly - TEPosted 9/17/18 8:40pm ET
Seattle Seahawks TE Will Dissly gathered three receptions for 42 yards and a touchdown in the Week 2 loss against the Chicago Bears on Monday, Sept. 17.
Huddle Up: Dissly was expected to be nothing more than a blocking tight end, but he has shined in the pass offense with six grabs for 147 yards and two touchdowns on 10 targets through two games. Don't get crazy and spend a chunk of your FAAB budget on him, but he is looking like he will be able to help fantasy owners. Keep in mind, though, his touchdown came in the final seconds on Monday, and he nearly had a very average line.
Chris Carson - RBPosted 9/17/18 9:43pm ET
Updating a previous report, Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson's touches on offense in Week 2 against the Chicago Bears were limited because he was 'gassed' after also playing special teams, head coach Pete Carroll said Monday, Sept. 17.
Huddle Up: If you were wondering why Rashaad Penny led the running backs in touches, and not Carson, it's because of his work on special teams, too. He also added the team wanted to see more of Penny. Fantasy owners of Carson cannot be terribly pleased he is doubling on special teams, as there is nothing to gain from a fantasy perspective in that capacity. The backfield picture is rather muddled heading into Week 3 against the Dallas Cowboys.
Doug Baldwin - WRPosted 9/15/18 1:27pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (knee) has been ruled out for the Week 2 game against the Chicago Bears on Monday, Sept. 17.
Huddle Up: With Baldwin on the shelf it will be Tyler Lockett, Brandon Marshall and Jaron Brown seeing a bump in targets, with Lockett as the best bet for DFS and seasonal fantasy purposes.
Doug Baldwin - WRPosted 9/14/18 4:42pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (knee) did not practice Friday, Sept. 14.
Huddle Up: It's the second straight day Baldwin has been unable to practice. It appears Baldwin will miss Monday's game, so make alternate plans unless he miraculously is able to practice in full on Saturday. Tyler Lockett, Brandon Marshall and perhaps Jaron Brown will absorb more targets if Baldwin is ruled out.
Doug Baldwin - WRPosted 9/13/18 4:42pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (knee) did not participate in practice Thursday, Sept. 13.
Huddle Up: It's already been reported that Doug Baldwin will likely be out for Seattle's Monday Night Football affair in Chicago this week, so don't expect him to return to practice before the weekend. If he ends up being sidelined, Brandon Marshall could be see the biggest boost and would be worth looking at in all formats.
Chris Carson - RBPosted 9/11/18 3:39pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson 'really took the lead' ahead of fellow RB Rashaad Penny in Week 1, according to head coach Pete Carroll. Carroll added that Penny 'looked a little rusty' but that they'll find ways to keep using him.
Huddle Up: It was Penny's first professional football game, so let's cut him a little slack. Carson's value continues to rise, though, as he enters the realm of RB2s. Penny is a flex consideration until he starts eating into Carson's workload more.
Doug Baldwin - WRPosted 9/11/18 4:25pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (knee) is not expected to be available this week, according to head coach Pete Carroll. He may not be able to play in Week 3 either. Carroll said the Seahawks will need to wait and see how Baldwin recovers from the Grade 2 medial collateral ligament sprain he suffered in Week 1.
Huddle Up: Needless to say, don't start Baldwin this week. The Seahawks are shorthanded in the receiving game, making Tyler Lockett a viable starter against a Chicago Bears defense that surrendered three passing touchdowns last week. Brandon Marshall is worth a look on waivers after achieving 46 yards and a touchdown in his first game as a Seahawk.
C.J. Prosise - RBPosted 9/11/18 7:22pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise could be moved to receiver in the wake of Doug Baldwin's knee injury, according to head coach Pete Carroll.
Huddle Up: This idea makes sense on multiple levels, including the fact Prosise has struggled to stay healthy at running back and spent some time at receiver in college. The Seahawks are also deep at running back with Chris Carson, Rashaad Penny and Mike Davis, so it makes sense from that standpoint as well. Prosise obviously does not need to be claimed off waivers yet, but this is a development that could give him an avenue to be relevant again - especially if his official position remains running back.
Chris Carson - RBPosted 9/10/18 10:32am ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson and Rashaad Penny each saw 44 percent of the team's snaps and ran 12 routes in Week 1 against the Denver Broncos. Penny finished with one more offensive touch (11) than Carson (10).
Huddle Up: Carson churned out 79 total yards while Penny had 43. After an offseason in which Carson was the source of nonstop praise from head coach Pete Carroll, he and Penny essentially saw the same amount of playing time. Carson is the superior option at the moment, but it remains to be seen whether or not Seattle has any interest in letting him win the job or not. Carson should be considered a flex play for now, while Penny should remain on fantasy benches.
Will Dissly - TEPosted 9/10/18 10:48am ET
Seattle Seahawks TE Will Dissly compiled 105 yards receiving and a touchdown on three catches in Week 1 versus the Denver Broncos, becoming the first tight end in NFL history with at least 100 receiving yards and a TD reception in his NFL debut.
Huddle Up: The irony of this feat is that Dissly was drafted in large part because of his blocking prowess and to serve as the complementary half to Nick Vannett. As difficult as it will be for owners desperate for tight end production, Vannett remains the better bet for TE2 numbers moving forward.
Doug Baldwin - WRPosted 9/10/18 1:41pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (knee) suffered a Grade 2 medial collateral ligament tear in Week 1, according to a source. The Seahawks are still evaluating how much time he'll miss.
Huddle Up: Baldwin surely won't play this week at least. Tyler Lockett is an immediate waiver wire addition if available, while Brandon Marshall is an under-the-radar stash in deep leagues. Russell Wilson's season-long value will take a decent hit if Baldwin misses extensive time.
Doug Baldwin - WRPosted 9/9/18 3:59pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (knee) suffered a knee injury in the second quarter of the Week 1 game against the Denver Broncos and he was unable to return.
Huddle Up: Baldwin suffered an apparent right knee injury, which is not the knee he was bothered by during training camp and the preseason. He left without any offensive statistics and just one target. His status for Week 2 against the Chicago Bears is not yet known. If he misses time it would likely be Tyler Lockett and Brandon Marshall serving as the biggest beneficiaries from a fantasy perspective.
Russell Wilson - QBPosted 9/9/18 7:12pm ET
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson completed 19 of his 33 passes for 298 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions in a 27-24 loss to the Denver Broncos in Week 1. He also rushed for five yards and was sacked six times.
Huddle Up: Seattle has hinted at trying to revive its power running game this year, but just like last season, the offense ran through Wilson. If he can stay in one piece, he should deliver QB1 production again in 2018.
Doug Baldwin - WRPosted 9/9/18 7:08pm ET
Updating a previous report, Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (knee) suffered a sprain of his left medial collateral ligament against the Denver Broncos in Week 1.
Huddle Up: The knee has been giving Baldwin issues throughout the offseason, so it wouldn't be a surprise to see him sidelined for a few games. Tyler Lockett and Brandon Marshall are the best bets to pick up the slack if Baldwin does miss time.
Rashaad Penny - RBPosted 9/9/18 7:25pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Rashaad Penny rushed seven times for eight yards and caught four passes for 35 yards in a 27-24 loss to the Denver Broncos in Week 1.
Huddle Up: Penny couldn't find any running room, but on the plus side, he and Chris Carson split carries evenly. Penny needs to be owned in all formats, and he should carve out a bigger role as the year goes on.
Chris Carson - RBPosted 9/9/18 7:18pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson rushed seven times for 51 yards and caught three passes for 28 yards in a 27-24 loss to the Denver Broncos in Week 1.
Huddle Up: Carson was impressively efficient with his touches, but unfortunately for fantasy owners, he only touched the ball 10 times. The upside is there, but Carson is only a flex option until Seattle decides to give him 15-plus touches,
Brandon Marshall - WRPosted 9/9/18 7:50pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Brandon Marshall caught three passes on six targets for 46 yards and a touchdown in a 27-24 loss to the Denver Broncos in Week 1.
Huddle Up: Marshall led the team in targets, and if Doug Baldwin's knee injury keeps him sidelined, Marshall is worth a speculative add in case he develops a rapport with Wilson.
Tyler Lockett - WRPosted 9/9/18 7:44pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett caught three passes for 59 yards, including a 51-yard touchdown, in a 27-24 loss to the Denver Broncos in Week 1.
Huddle Up: Lockett can be a little big-play dependent, but with Paul Richardson and Jimmy Graham gone from last year's team and Doug Baldwin leaving the opener with an injury, he's positioned for a big role. He is worth considering as a flex option.
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