Seattle Seahawks
  • 5'9"
  • 215
  • 24
  • 3 years
  • Central Michigan
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Historical Stats

Year Team Gms Plays Car Rush Yards YPC Rush TDs Fum Targets Catch Catch Yards Catch TDs Total Yards Total TDs 50+ Yd TDs 100+ Yard Gms 1+ TD Gms
2015 SEA 13 158 147 830 5.6 4 1 11 9 76 1 906 5 0 4 4
2016 SEA 9 126 109 349 3.2 3 0 17 13 96 0 445 3 0 1 2
  Avg 10 114 102 435 3.8 2 1 13 10 82 0 517 4 0 2 2

Season To Date Statistics

Year Team Gms Plays Car Rush Yards YPC Rush TDs Fum Targets Catch Catch Yards Catch TDs Total Yards Total TDs 50+ Yd TDs 100+ Yard Gms 1+ TD Gms
2017 SEA 7 59 49 125 2.6 0 1 10 7 74 0 199 0 0 0 0

Recent Player News

  • Posted: 11/10/2017 7:39am ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls played 29 snaps (46 percent of the offense) Thursday, Nov. 9, against the Arizona Cardinals.

    Huddle Up: Rawls rushed 10 times for 27 yards and caught two passes for 12 yards in Week 10. He should be owned simply because of the usage he'll have in the depleted backfield, but he's unplayable in fantasy at this juncture.

  • Posted: 11/9/2017 11:05pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls gained 27 yards on 10 carries in Seattle's Week 10 win over the Arizona Cardinals. Rawls added two catches for 12 yards.

    Huddle Up: With Eddie Lacy out and C.J. Prosise going down during the game, Rawls had a chance to make plays. He didn't, managing 39 yards, which was seven fewer than J.D. McKissic. We'll have to wait and see where the current injuries stand before rendering judgment, but as of now Rawls' value is minimal.

  • Posted: 11/5/2017 8:49pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls picked up 39 rushing yards on nine attempts in Week 9 against the Washington Redskins and he added two receptions for 31 yards.

    Huddle Up: The Seahawks tabbed Eddie Lacy as the starter, but he left the game early due to a groin injury and it was Rawls taking over. With a short week, it's not official, but it might be hard for Lacy to make it back against the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday. If so, Rawls isn't a bad fantasy start in Week 10.

  • Posted: 9/15/2017 3:32pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) practiced in full again on Friday, Sept. 15, and was removed from the injury report before Week 2's game against the San Francisco 49ers.

    Huddle Up: Rawls appears to be in line to play, joining Eddie Lacy, C.J. Prosise and rookie Chris Carson in a crowded backfield in Seattle. It's a tough situation for fantasy owners, and one to avoid until one player emerges as the clear-cut touch leader.

  • Posted: 9/14/2017 5:01pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) fully participated in practice Thursday, Sept. 14.

    Huddle Up: Rawls likely will be active for Week 2 and may receive most of the carries during the game. Rawls could be at least a flex option in deeper fantasy leagues.

  • Posted: 9/13/2017 4:43pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) fully participated in practice Wednesday, Sept. 13.

    Huddle Up: Rawls appears to have a good chance to play in Week 2 and could be the starting running back if he is active. He could be at least a flex option for owners if he receives a majority of the carries during the game.

  • Posted: 9/11/2017 6:16pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) is expected to play in the team's Week 2 game, according to head coach Pete Carroll.

    Huddle Up: Rawls has a good chance to start if he is active since Eddie Lacy struggled in Week 1. Owners in fantasy leagues could consider Rawls a No. 2 running back or a flex option.

  • Posted: 9/10/2017 12:20pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) has been officially ruled out of the team's Week 1 game.

    Huddle Up: Eddie Lacy should be the starting running back for the Seahawks in Week 1 and probably will receive most of the carries. He can be a No. 2 running back or flex option in leagues. Chris Carson should also have an increased role and could be a flex option in deeper leagues.

  • Posted: 9/8/2017 3:11pm ET

    Updating a previous report, Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) is expected to be a game-time decision for Week 1 against the Green Bay Packers, according to head coach Pete Carroll on Friday, Sept. 8.

    Huddle Up: Rawls was able to practice for the entire week, including full participation on Friday, but with Eddie Lacy, C.J. Prosise and Chris Carson all healthy there is very little reason the Seahawks need to push Rawls and risk him aggravating his injury and sending him to the shelf for a longer period. He isn't a recommended play in seasonal fantasy or DFS play.

  • Posted: 9/8/2017 2:00pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) practiced in full on Friday, Sept. 8, but is still listed as questionable for Week 1 against the Green Bay Packers.

    Huddle Up: The thinking is Rawls is likely to suit up, but with Eddie Lacy, C.J. Prosise and rookie Chris Carson providing ample depth, there is no need to rush Rawls or push him with other healthy bodies around.

  • Posted: 9/7/2017 5:52pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) was listed as a full participant in practice Thursday, Sept. 7.

    Huddle Up: Rawls is in line to start Sunday's season opener for the Seahawks, but owners shouldn't be surprised if Eddie Lacy gets plenty of work as well against his former team. Even so, Rawls is still worth deploying in all leagues.

  • Posted: 9/6/2017 4:51pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) was listed as a full participant for practice on Wednesday, Sept. 6.

    Huddle Up: Rawls is expected to start in Week 1 against the Packers, although you can expect to see plenty of Eddie Lacy against his former team, C.J. Prosise and rookie Chris Carson, too. It's unlikely the Seahawks will push Rawls too hard given their depth and the fact it is a long season.

  • Posted: 9/6/2017 1:05pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) is questionable to play in Week 1 with a high-ankle sprain.

    Huddle Up: Eddie Lacy would start in the backfield if Rawls can't go. Lacy faces his former team in the Green Bay Packers, so there may be some extra pep behind his step. Still, don't start him as more than a flex.

  • Posted: 9/5/2017 9:42pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) is dealing with an ankle injury, and his status for Week 1 against the Green Bay Packers will be determined later in the week, according to the team's official website.

    Huddle Up: Rawls has been beset by injury for the bulk of his short career, and it would not be a surprise if the Seahawks played things cautiously and decided to keep him out of the opener. Eddie Lacy would be expected to start if that happens, while C.J. Prosise is expected to handle passing-down work. If Rawls sits out, don't be surprised if Chris Carson ends up stealing the show.

  • Posted: 8/28/2017 2:25pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise (groin) returned to practice Monday, Aug. 28, while RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) is expected to return to practice Tuesday, Aug. 29, according to head coach Pete Carroll.

    Huddle Up: Seattle's backfield is somewhat of a crapshoot at this point. Eddie Lacy, Rawls and Prosise will all share playing time as long as they're healthy. Prosise has more appeal in PPR formats, but Lacy and Rawls are being drafted extremely close to each other. If you do choose to select one of these backs, it's best to start them only in good matchups and as a flex.

  • Posted: 8/24/2017 12:50pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RBs Thomas Rawls (ankle) and C.J. Prosise (groin) will both miss Seattle's Week 3 preseason tilt. Head coach Peter Carroll did say that both could play if it were the regular season.

    Huddle Up: Eddie Lacy will be the Seahawks' primary carrier of the football this weekend. If Rawls can't get fully healthy by Week 1, then Lacy will be in line to start the season opener, too. When all are fully healthy, though, Rawls has the most upside in non-PPR formats.

  • Posted: 4/1/2017 8:05am ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls should maintain a prominent role in the offense despite the addition of Eddie Lacy in free agency, according to ESPN's Sheil Kapadia.

    Huddle Up: The rationale being Seattle hopes to save Lacy for the fourth quarter in order to wear defenses down, leaving Rawls to share time with Lacy and passing-down weapon C.J. Prosise over the first 45 minutes of the game. The crowded backfield isn't good for Rawls' early-season prospects, but Lacy's recent struggles with injuries and weight could allow Rawls to be more of a factor in fantasy as the season progresses. To begin the season, however, he could struggle to be anything more than a RB5.

  • Posted: 3/27/2017 6:07am ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls will be used as a complement to RB Eddie Lacy off the bench.

    Huddle Up: The demotion could be a blessing in disguise for Rawls, who has struggled with injuries the last two years. There's also no guarantee that Lacy will make the team and stay healthy. C.J. Prosise will also be a complementary back, but Rawls will have some upside as an RB3 in fantasy.

  • Posted: 3/2/2017 10:23am ET

    Seattle Seahawks RBs Thomas Rawls and C.J. Prosise will compete against each other for the starting running back job, as expected, according to head coach Pete Carroll.

    Huddle Up: The expectation among many pundits is that Rawls will technically be the starter with Prosise serving in the change-of-pace/passing role. If that scenario plays out in the offseason, Rawls is a low-end RB1 to high-end RB2 option and would be better suited in standard leagues. Prosise's ideal draft range is in RB3 territory in PPR leagues.

  • Posted: 1/14/2017 5:12pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls had 11 carries for 34 yards in a 36-20 loss to the Atlanta Falcons Saturday, Jan. 14.

    Huddle Up: Rawls couldn't find running room early, and Seattle had to abandon the ground game after falling behind. He had some big games this year, but unless the Seahawks upgrade their offensive line in the offseason, Rawls will likely be a boom-or-bust RB2 from one game to the next in 2017.

  • Posted: 1/13/2017 2:05pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (non-injury) fully participated in practice Friday, Jan. 13, and is not on the injury report for the Divisional round playoff game against the Atlanta Falcons.

    Huddle Up: Rawls played very well in the Wild Card playoff game and should have a significant role on offense against the Falcons. Owners in all leagues should consider Rawls as a No. 1 running back.

  • Posted: 1/12/2017 5:35pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (non-injury) returned to practice Thursday, Jan. 12, and was a full participant.

    Huddle Up: Rawls piled up 161 rushing yards in the playoff opener, and a repeat performance could be on tap this weekend against an Atlanta defense allowing 4.5 yards per rush. Rawls is a great alternative to Ezekiel Elliott and Le'Veon Bell in DFS formats.

  • Posted: 1/11/2017 4:13pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (non-injury) did not participate in practice Wednesday, Jan. 11.

    Huddle Up: Rawls rushed for 161 yards and one touchdown in the Wild Card playoff game and should receive plenty of work against the Atlanta Falcons. Owners in all fantasy leagues should consider a No. 1 running back this week.

  • Posted: 1/7/2017 8:31pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls finished with 27 carries for 161 yards and a touchdown in a 26-6 win over the Detroit Lions Saturday, Jan. 7, setting a franchise record for rushing yards in a playoff game.

    Huddle Up: After struggling down the stretch of the regular season, Rawls broke out in a big way. A matchup with a porous Atlanta defense is up next, and Rawls should be one of the better running back options available during the divisional round.

  • Posted: 1/7/2017 9:46am ET

    Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said he would like to see RB Thomas Rawls receive 20 touches during the Wild Card playoff game against the Detroit Lions.

    Huddle Up: Rawls was limited to 349 yards and three touchdowns during the regular season because of injuries but will be the primary running back for the Seahawks against the Lions. Owners can consider him a No. 2 running back in leagues because of his workload.

  • Posted: 12/30/2016 6:17pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (shoulder) was a full participant in practice Friday, Dec. 30, and is not listed on the Week 17 injury report.

    Huddle Up: Rawls has been quiet the last couple of games, but he is a high-upside RB2 in Week 17 against a San Francisco run defense that has been the worst in the NFL.

  • Posted: 12/29/2016 8:28pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (shoulder) was a full participant in practice Thursday, Dec. 29.

    Huddle Up: Rawls has struggled the last two games, but he is a high-end RB2 in Week 17 against San Francisco's abysmal run defense.

  • Posted: 12/28/2016 5:37pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (shoulder) fully participated in practice Wednesday, Dec. 28.

    Huddle Up: Rawls is coming off a performance where he rushed for only eight yards on eight carries, but he should receive more work in Week 17. He should be considered a No. 2 running back in all leagues.

  • Posted: 12/26/2016 4:00pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (shoulder) will have an MRI Monday, Dec. 26, but he is expected to play in Week 17, according to head coach Pete Carroll.

    Huddle Up: Rawls should be the primary running back, but Alex Collins will likely also be sprinkled in. Rawls is a great start this week against a historically bad San Francisco 49ers defense. Lean on him if a fantasy championship is still in the works.

  • Posted: 12/26/2016 10:11am ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (shoulder) has yet to have a MRI on his bruised shoulder, but head coach Pete Carroll told reporters Monday, Dec. 26, that he doesn't know if Rawls will be available in Week 17 against the San Francisco 49ers.

    Huddle Up: Rawls has occasionally been allowed to flash his impressive running skills since returning from his early-season leg injury, but offensive line coach Tom Cable hasn't been able to work his usual magic with his charges and the results have led to Rawls and Russell Wilson getting punished. Carroll will likely choose to rest Rawls against the lowly 49ers and turn to rookie Alex Collins, who should make for a fine DFS play in such a favorable matchup.

  • Posted: 12/24/2016 3:49pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (shoulder) suffered a shoulder injury in the Week 16 game against the Arizona Cardinals and he is questionable to return.

    Huddle Up: If Rawls cannot make it back it is likely to be Alex Collins carrying the team home down the stretch.

  • Posted: 12/15/2016 9:03pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls had 21 carries for 49 yards and two catches for five yards in a 24-3 win over the Los Angeles Rams Thursday, Dec. 15.

    Huddle Up: Rawls struggled to find room against the stout front of the Rams. He draws another tough matchup in Week 16 against Arizona, but he should still manage RB2 numbers thanks to a heavy workload.

  • Posted: 12/5/2016 5:20am ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls had 15 rushes for 106 yards and two touchdowns Sunday, Dec. 5, against the Carolina Panthers.

    Huddle Up: The line would have been bigger if he weren't checked out for a concussion. It was an encouraging sight after Rawls was largely ineffective in four previous games. He returns to the low-end RB1 range Week 14 against the Green Bay Packers.

  • Posted: 12/4/2016 7:25pm ET

    Updating a previous report, Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (concussion) returned to the field in the fourth quarter of the Week 13 game against the Carolina Panthers after passing concussion testing.

    Huddle Up: Rawls is back in the fourth quarter and adding to his statistics which is music to the ears of his fantasy owners.

  • Posted: 12/4/2016 6:41pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (concussion) was taken to the locker room in the second quarter of the Week 13 game against the Carolina Panthers to be evaluated for concussion.

    Huddle Up: Rawls was running roughshod over the Panthers, already topping the 100-yard mark with two scores before departing. Fantasy owners hope his night is not over, but if it is they still did not get shortchanged.

  • Posted: 12/3/2016 5:19pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls will 'get the ball quite a bit' against the Carolina Panthers in Week 13, according to head coach Pete Carroll.

    Huddle Up: Rawls has gained 95 yards on 26 carries in two games since returning from a broken leg, and he should see a bulk of the snaps at running back in Week 13 with C.J. Prosise injured. He is a low-end RB2 candidate in Week 13.

  • Posted: 11/28/2016 5:55am ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls rushed 12 times for 38 yards (3.2 yards per carry) Sunday, Nov. 27, against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

    Huddle Up: He has played in four games and failed to reach the end zone in all of them. He has a tough matchup next week against the Carolina Panthers, who have been among the best against RBs the last five weeks, as an RB2.

2017 Game Logs

Wk Opp Car RYd RTD Cat CYd CTD
2 SF 5 4 0 0 0 0
3 @TEN 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 @LAR 8 20 0 2 15 0
7 @NYG 11 36 0 1 16 0
8 HOU 6 -1 0 0 0 0
9 WAS 9 39 0 2 31 0
10 @ARI 10 27 0 2 12 0

2016 Game Logs

Wk Opp Car RYd RTD Cat CYd CTD
1 MIA 12 32 0 3 26 0
2 @LAR 7 -7 0 3 15 0
11 PHI 14 57 0 3 31 0
12 @TB 12 38 0 0 0 0
13 CAR 15 106 2 1 12 0
14 @GB 12 67 0 1 7 0
15 LAR 21 34 0 2 5 0
16 ARI 8 8 0 0 0 0
17 @SF 8 14 1 0 0 0
P1 DET 27 161 1 1 1 0
P2 @ATL 11 34 0 0 0 0

2015 Game Logs

Wk Opp Car RYd RTD Cat CYd CTD
1 @LAR 2 5 0 0 0 0
2 @GB 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 CHI 16 104 0 0 0 0
4 DET 17 48 0 1 -1 0
5 @CIN 23 169 1 0 0 0
6 CAR 1 8 0 0 0 0
7 @SF 6 32 0 2 9 0
8 @DAL 4 10 0 0 0 0
10 ARI 2 19 0 0 0 0
11 SF 30 209 1 3 46 1
12 PIT 21 81 1 0 0 0
13 @MIN 19 101 1 3 22 0
14 @BAL 6 44 0 0 0 0

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