Jacquizz Rodgers RB ATL 9 Days

Rodgers gained 20 yards on three carries, adding one reception for 14 yards on three targets, in Monday's 43-37 loss to the Packers.

Steven Jackson had a 16-50-1 rushing line and 2-26-0 receiving line, while Devonta Freeman had just eight yards on four touches (two receptions). Jackson's still the clear leader of the pack, and Freeman has also been getting more touches than Rodgers in recent weeks.

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Rodgers caught three balls for 18 yards in Sunday's win over the Cardinals.

Rodgers also tallied seven yards on four carries. Although Antone Smith's broken leg means there is one less tailback to compete with, Rodgers is clearly behind Steven Jackson and Devonta Freeman on the depth chart. Rodgers did catch more balls than the other two combined, so his limited value is skewed towards PPR leagues.

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Rodgers caught three balls for 8 yards in Sunday's win over the Panthers.

Rodgers also rushed twice for four yards. The Panthers did a good job bottling up the Falcons' rushing attack, limiting Atlanta to 86 yards on 27 carries. Rodgers and his teammates have a better matchup Week12 against the Browns, who rank 31st in run defense.

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Rodgers caught three balls for 28 yards in Sunday's loss to the Lions.

Rodgers was the most effective running back out of the backfield as a pass catcher, but he only added one rush for two yards on the ground. Antone Smith suffered a neck injury and was removed from the game, so there's a possibility Rodgers could see a few more touches if Smith missed time, but Steven Jackson will continue to get the lion's share of handoffs. Jackson ran for 60 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries against the Lions.

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Rodgers rushed twice for nine yards in Sunday's loss to the Ravens.

He also caught one ball for three yards. The Falcons struggled to get the offense going all day, failing to get on the scoreboard until midway though the fourth quarter. Steven Jackson, Devonta Freeman and Antone Smith all registered more touches than Rodgers, which will certainly make it difficult for Rodgers to have much fantasy value.

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Rodgers rushed once for seven yards in Sunday's loss to the Bears.

Rodgers also caught one ball for two yards, but it's clear that the Falcons are more content rolling with Antone Smith as the pass-catching back out of the backfield, as he scored on a reception for the third time in as many games. Smith's ability to produce with limited touches doesn't bode well for Rodgers, who now appears to be third in line for touches.

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Rodgers only tallied 15 total yards in Sunday's loss to the Giants.

Rodgers gained 10 yards on the ground on two carries and caught one ball for five yards. Rodgers was on the field for 19 snaps, which was more than Devonta Freeman (16) and Antone Smith (11), but Freeman averaged 9.5 yards per carry on four touches, and Smith caught three balls for 83 yards and a touchdown, so they both had a better game than Rodgers.

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Rodgers tallied 37 total yards in Sunday's loss to the Vikings.

Rodgers did most of his work catching the ball out of the backfield, racking up 35 of his 37 total yards through the air. Even though he's proving moderately effective as a pass catcher, he only received one carry on the day, which will continue to limit his upside.

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Rodgers tallied 23 yards on five carries in Sunday's loss to the Bengals.

Not including three scrambles by Matt Ryan, the Falcons only called 16 run plays compared to 44 pass plays. Last year the Falcons were the only team above a 2:1 pass-run ratio, and Sunday's numbers show that they are still a pass first team. That said, both Rodgers and Steven Jackson averaged over four yards a carry in limited work. They should have a bigger impact against the Buccaneers on a short week.

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Rodgers had six carries for 34 yards with a touchdown and caught one pass for one yard in Sunday's overtime win against New Orleans.

Rodgers had a nice 17-yard touchdown late in the fourth quarter that temporarily gave Atlanta the lead. Surprisingly, he wasn't a factor in the passing game, as Antone Smith scored on a 54-yard touchdown catch, while rookie Devonta Freeman grabbed two passes for 18 yards. Meanwhile, starter Steven Jackson (hamstring) looked solid, rushing for 52 yards on 12 carries. It appears as though Atlanta's top four running backs will all contribute, making the entire group a risky play, other than Jackson, who is likely to see the most volume.