Seahawks Relying On Thomas Rawls, Eddie Lacy Equally

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Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll suggested that the team will continue to rely on running backs Thomas Rawls and Eddie Lacy equally in the backfield with rookie Chis Carson out for the year. Rawls and Lacy each had 10 touches in the Week 5 win over the Rams. “We’re just going to keep working our guys and keep rolling with both really worthy guys,” Carroll said. However, Rawls played 32 snaps to Lacy’s 19. Carroll did mention how he liked how Rawls settled in toward the end of the game, and he has more versatility than Lacy. Neither running back impressed, and both will likely cancel each other out most of the time, but Rawls seems to have more upside, and it seems as though Carroll favors him. Neither is more than an RB3/flex, though.


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