It would be Walker’s second straight game missed with an oblique injury including last Thursday’s Thanksgiving game against the 49ers. NFL Network’s Ian Rapaport said that he doesn’t expect Walker to play, which would open the door once again for Zach Charbonnet to lead Seattle’s backfield for the second time in as many weeks. Despite receiving a heavy workload against San Francisco, Charbonnet was inefficient on his touches and failed to break 10 PPR points on the game. A similar game script could await him against the Cowboys, who are allowing just 12.0 points per game to visiting opponents this season while also averaging 39.0 points per game themselves. There hasn’t been a game in Dallas yet where the Cowboys didn’t beat their opponent by 20+ points, but Seattle is easily the stiffest competition they’ve faced so far this year. If the Seahawks can keep things close, Charbonnet should be able to come through as a low-RB2 in Week 13.
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