Friday fantasy update:
For fantasy owners:— Joe Fann (@Joe_Fann) November 13, 2020
I'd avoid the #Seahawks backfield at all cost unless you're able to have roster flexibility for afternoon games. The inactive report 90-minutes before kickoff will be huge for Seattle. Carlos Hyde and Chris Carson are true game-time decisions.
Friday update: Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde both got work on Friday and are considered questionable per Joe Fann. Both have a chance to play against the Rams, but nothing is set in stone.
Carlos Hyde (hamstring) practiced on Friday. Chris Carson (foot) ran on Friday. He will run again on Saturday and Sunday.— Joe Fann (@Joe_Fann) November 13, 2020
Both listed as questionable for the #Seahawks.
Thursday update: Both Carlos Hyde and Chris Carson were once again out of practice, per the injury report. We’ll see if either can make an appearance Friday, but for now, it’s not looking great for their ability to play against the Rams on Sunday.
The Seattle Seahawks returned to practice on Wednesday, and running backs Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde remain sidelined heading into Week 10. Carson has been sidelined since injuring his foot in Week 7, while Carlos Hyde has been dealing with a hamstring injury the past two weeks.
DeeJay Dallas took over the starting role in Week 8, rushing 18 times for 41 yards and a score and catching five passes for 17 yards and a score. In Week 9, Dallas led the team with seven rushing attempts, but Travis Homer picked up six carries of his own and matched Dallas’ nine total touches. The Seahawks backfield would appear to be a platoon while Carson remains sidelined.
Prior to practice, head coach Pete Carroll said that Carson is ahead of Hyde, according to Brady Henderson.
“Chris is running. More so than Carlos is able to at this time. Chris is ahead of Carlos coming back. He’s going to run today and tomorrow. We’ll see how he handles that. I can’t tell you anything more than that right now.”