Week 6- Morris has looked like an absolute steal so far. The Vikings have a great Run Defense, but Morris should get so many carries he can be your RB1.
Week 4- We’re still a bit nervous every week that there will be a changing of the guard as the #1 Redskins Running Back, but it’s starting to ease. The Bucs’ Defense looks to be very tough against the run, but with his workload you can keep him in your lineup as a RB2 for week 4.
Week 3- Alfred Morris has become the clear cut #1 RB for the Washington Redskins, and he’s a low-end RB2 in week 3. In each of the first two weeks, Morris has played well and received nearly all of the touches. Shannahan Running Backs typically do succeed if you know they will start, and at this point you know Morris will start.
Alfred Morris has steadily emerged as a sleeper running back to target late in fantasy drafts this preseason. He has shown some explosiveness, and with injuries to both Helu and Royster, Morris could see quite a bit of run this season. If Helu or Royster are healthy, they should be the go to backs in Washington, but don’t be surprised if Morris gets 8-10 touches a game as the backup. With Shanahan running the show, you never know which back will start week to week.