1Vying for the No. 3 RB job
Travis Homer needs to beat out DeeJay Dallas for the No. 3 spot on the Seahawks’ depth chart. Anything short of that would keep him off nearly every fantasy radar, including Best Ball drafts.
2A surprisingly muted 2021
Homer was only sixth on Seattle in rushing attempts last year while earning just 10 more than Adrian Peterson – who played in only one game. On a per-game basis, it marked a meaningful drop-off from Homer’s already scant 2020 usage. If this is his trend line, it’s not promising.
If Rashaad Penny continues to be ravaged by injuries, then there will be a narrow path for Homer to push for 5-7 touches per game as a partial backup.