|2013 Regular Season|
Morris once again topped 1,000 yards in a season so he performed well.
Morris needs 52 yards for 1,000 though he hasn't been a great fantasy option.
While it was his first 100-yard effort of the season, Morris has averaged 96.5 rushing yards with four touchdowns in his last four games.
Morris has three TDs in the last two weeks and needed a game like this. His 4.8 yards per carry came after managing 3.2 in four October games.
Morris still hasn't cracked 100 yards yet and represents a fantasy bust.
It's been a forgettable last three weeks for Morris, who is averaging 41.3 rushing yards over that stretch. He's found the end zone once in the last five games and is shaping up as one of this year's biggest busts.
Morris was once a no-brainer as an option at RB1 but without 'RG3' as his QB that may no longer be the case.
Morris has given steady production for Washington with 316 yards on 71 carries and three touchdowns in the first four games. He might have had even more attempts Thursday if quarterback Kirk Cousins hadn't committed five turnovers. A visit from Seattle might limit him Monday night. The Seahawks are fourth in the league with 72.3 rushing yards allowed per game.
This doesn't appear to be anything to worry about.
Morris has 176 yards on 36 carries in the first two games this season, and he might get a few more touches in the coming weeks with dual-threat quarterback Robert Griffin III potentially out for the rest of the season because of a dislocated ankle.