Running Back (RB) Rush Attempts 2022-21

Volume is everything when it comes to running backs, even if they have subpar stats to go with it. This year has been a focal point for running backs with getting bigger touches, as we have five running backs averaging over 20 rushing attempts per game. There should be no surprise that they also sit high in fantasy scoring on a week-to-week basis. Rush% is a good column to show off their percentage of the team rushing attempts. This helps separate the bell-cow backs from the committee backfields that are so often frowned upon. When injuries occur, it is easy to spot the amount of production that will be up for grabs by the next in line. We have seen that a few times already this year, which is something that happens annually. Breaking things down based on rushing attempts is quick and simple, which makes finding the top used backs a breeze.

Volume is everything when it comes to running backs, even if they have subpar stats to go with it. This year has been a focal point for running backs with getting bigger touches, as we have five running backs averaging over 20 rushing attempts per game. There should be no surprise that they also sit high in fantasy scoring on a week-to-week basis. Rush% is a good column to show off their percentage of the team rushing attempts. This helps separate the bell-cow backs from the committee backfields that are so often frowned upon. When injuries occur, it is easy to spot the amount of production that will be up for grabs by the next in line. We have seen that a few times already this year, which is something that happens annually. Breaking things down based on rushing attempts is quick and simple, which makes finding the top used backs a breeze.

NAME TEAM DEPTH Wk1 Wk2 Total Avg Rush % TD
Leonard Fournette TB 1 21 24 45 22.5 84.91% 0
James Robinson JAX 1 11 23 34 17 72.34% 2
Saquon Barkley NYG 1 18 21 39 19.5 84.78% 1
Josh Jacobs LV 1 10 19 29 14.5 87.88% 0
Joe Mixon CIN 1 27 19 46 23 95.83% 0
AJ Dillon GB 2 10 18 28 14 58.33% 1
Jeff Wilson Jr. SF 1 9 18 27 13.5 57.45% 0
Miles Sanders PHI 1 13 17 30 15 66.67% 1
Nick Chubb CLE 1 22 17 39 19.5 60.94% 3
Aaron Jones GB 1 5 15 20 10 41.67% 1
Cam Akers LAR 2 3 15 18 9 43.9% 0
Christian McCaffrey CAR 1 10 15 25 12.5 83.33% 1
Damien Harris NE 1 9 15 24 12 58.54% 1
David Montgomery CHI 1 17 15 32 16 71.11% 0
Dameon Pierce HOU 1 11 15 26 13 65% 0
Ezekiel Elliott DAL 1 10 15 25 12.5 62.5% 0
Javonte Williams DEN 1 7 15 22 11 50% 0
Najee Harris PIT 1 10 15 25 12.5 78.13% 0
Austin Ekeler LAC 1 14 14 28 14 59.57% 0
Antonio Gibson WAS 1 14 14 28 14 82.35% 1
Tyrion Davis-Price SF 6 14 14 14 29.79% 0
Derrick Henry TEN 1 21 13 34 17 75.56% 1
Kareem Hunt CLE 2 11 13 24 12 37.5% 1
Jamaal Williams DET 2 11 12 23 11.5 50% 2
James Cook BUF 3 1 11 12 6 34.29% 0
Raheem Mostert MIA 2 5 11 16 8 48.48% 0
Cordarrelle Patterson ATL 1 22 10 32 16 68.09% 1
Darrell Henderson Jr. LAR 1 13 10 23 11.5 56.1% 1
Melvin Gordon III DEN 2 12 10 22 11 50% 0
Mark Ingram II NO 2 4 10 14 7 48.28% 0
Tyler Allgeier ATL 2 10 10 10 21.28% 0
Hassan Haskins TEN 2 9 9 4.5 20% 0
Jonathan Taylor IND 1 31 9 40 20 86.96% 1
Rhamondre Stevenson NE 2 8 9 17 8.5 41.46% 0
Travis Etienne Jr. JAX 2 4 9 13 6.5 27.66% 0
Tony Pollard DAL 2 6 9 15 7.5 37.5% 1
Clyde Edwards-Helaire KC 1 7 8 15 7.5 40.54% 0
Darrel Williams ARI 3 8 8 4 21.62% 1
Eno Benjamin ARI 2 4 8 12 6 32.43% 0
Breece Hall NYJ 2 6 7 13 6.5 43.33% 0
James Conner ARI 1 10 7 17 8.5 45.95% 1
Michael Carter NYJ 1 10 7 17 8.5 56.67% 0
Dalvin Cook MIN 1 20 6 26 13 72.22% 0
Devin Singletary BUF 1 8 6 14 7 40% 0
Kenyan Drake BAL 2 11 6 17 8.5 58.62% 0
Rashaad Penny SEA 1 12 6 18 9 72% 0
Chase Edmonds MIA 1 12 5 17 8.5 51.52% 0
D'Andre Swift DET 1 15 5 20 10 43.48% 1
Mike Davis BAL 3 2 5 7 3.5 24.14% 0
Boston Scott PHI 3 4 4 8 4 17.78% 1

Volume is everything when it comes to running backs, even if they have subpar stats to go with it. This year has been a focal point for running backs with getting bigger touches, as we have five running backs averaging over 20 rushing attempts per game. There should be no surprise that they also sit high in fantasy scoring on a week-to-week basis. Rush% is a good column to show off their percentage of the team rushing attempts. This helps separate the bell-cow backs from the committee backfields that are so often frowned upon. When injuries occur, it is easy to spot the amount of production that will be up for grabs by the next in line. We have seen that a few times already this year, which is something that happens annually. Breaking things down based on rushing attempts is quick and simple, which makes finding the top used backs a breeze.