2022 Running Back (RB) Touches

Running back touches combines receptions and rushing attempts to combine all of the workload for a running back. With many more backs stepping up their work in the passing game we need to take the overall workload into consideration. Le’Veon Bell has been a staple of that since entering the league, and averages nearly 29 touches per game. These are outstanding numbers, and have set the bar high for others. We do have quite a few backs averaging over 20 touches this season, which once again is something we want in the volume department. Whether you are looking for averages, touchdowns, or weekly totals, you can find here in the chart. Diving into those fluky weeks here the backup sees more touches can tell a bigger story behind the scenes. Our custom rating system pairs up with these names to give you an idea of their talent and production level.

Running back touches combines receptions and rushing attempts to combine all of the workload for a running back. With many more backs stepping up their work in the passing game we need to take the overall workload into consideration. Le’Veon Bell has been a staple of that since entering the league, and averages nearly 29 touches per game. These are outstanding numbers, and have set the bar high for others. We do have quite a few backs averaging over 20 touches this season, which once again is something we want in the volume department. Whether you are looking for averages, touchdowns, or weekly totals, you can find here in the chart. Diving into those fluky weeks here the backup sees more touches can tell a bigger story behind the scenes. Our custom rating system pairs up with these names to give you an idea of their talent and production level.

NAME TEAM DEPTH Wk1 Wk2 Total Avg TD
Leonard Fournette TB 1 23 26 49 24.5 0
James Robinson JAX 1 12 25 37 18.5 3
Saquon Barkley NYG 1 24 24 48 24 1
Austin Ekeler LAC 1 18 23 41 20.5 0
Joe Mixon CIN 1 34 22 56 28 0
Josh Jacobs LV 1 11 20 31 15.5 0
Jeff Wilson Jr. SF 1 11 20 31 15.5 0
Miles Sanders PHI 1 15 20 35 17.5 1
Nick Chubb CLE 1 23 20 43 21.5 3
Najee Harris PIT 1 12 20 32 16 1
AJ Dillon GB 2 15 19 34 17 1
Christian McCaffrey CAR 1 14 19 33 16.5 1
Aaron Jones GB 1 8 18 26 13 2
Cam Akers LAR 2 3 17 20 10 0
Damien Harris NE 1 11 17 28 14 1
David Montgomery CHI 1 20 17 37 18.5 0
Antonio Gibson WAS 1 21 16 37 18.5 1
Dameon Pierce HOU 1 12 16 28 14 0
Ezekiel Elliott DAL 1 11 16 27 13.5 0
Javonte Williams DEN 1 18 16 34 17 0
Kareem Hunt CLE 2 15 15 30 15 2
Raheem Mostert MIA 2 6 14 20 10 0
Tyrion Davis-Price SF 6 14 14 14 0
Derrick Henry TEN 1 21 13 34 17 1
Jamaal Williams DET 2 12 13 25 12.5 2
Tony Pollard DAL 2 8 13 21 10.5 1
Clyde Edwards-Helaire KC 1 10 12 22 11 2
Michael Carter NYJ 1 17 12 29 14.5 0
Mark Ingram II NO 2 5 12 17 8.5 0
Travis Etienne Jr. JAX 2 6 12 18 9 0
Eno Benjamin ARI 2 7 11 18 9 0
James Cook BUF 3 1 11 12 6 0
Melvin Gordon III DEN 2 14 11 25 12.5 0
Cordarrelle Patterson ATL 1 25 10 35 17.5 1
Dalvin Cook MIN 1 23 10 33 16.5 0
Darrell Henderson Jr. LAR 1 18 10 28 14 1
Darrel Williams ARI 3 10 10 5 1
Hassan Haskins TEN 2 10 10 5 0
J.D. McKissic WAS 2 6 10 16 8 0
Jonathan Taylor IND 1 35 10 45 22.5 1
Rhamondre Stevenson NE 2 10 10 20 10 0
Tyler Allgeier ATL 2 10 10 10 0
James Conner ARI 1 15 9 24 12 1
Breece Hall NYJ 2 12 8 20 10 1
Devin Singletary BUF 1 10 8 18 9 0
D'Andre Swift DET 1 18 7 25 12.5 2
Chase Edmonds MIA 1 16 6 22 11 0
Jerick McKinnon KC 2 7 6 13 6.5 1
Kenyan Drake BAL 2 12 6 18 9 0
Kenneth Walker III SEA 2 6 6 6 0

Running back touches combines receptions and rushing attempts to combine all of the workload for a running back. With many more backs stepping up their work in the passing game we need to take the overall workload into consideration. Le’Veon Bell has been a staple of that since entering the league, and averages nearly 29 touches per game. These are outstanding numbers, and have set the bar high for others. We do have quite a few backs averaging over 20 touches this season, which once again is something we want in the volume department. Whether you are looking for averages, touchdowns, or weekly totals, you can find here in the chart. Diving into those fluky weeks here the backup sees more touches can tell a bigger story behind the scenes. Our custom rating system pairs up with these names to give you an idea of their talent and production level.