Kapri Bibbs Fantasy
- Height / Weight
- 5'9" / 212 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- January 10, 1993 (26)
- 4th Season
- 2014 / Rd. / Pk. (DEN FA)
- Colorado State
Kapri Bibbs News
Washington Redskins running back Kapri Bibbs converted one of his four total touches into a touchdown in Sunday's loss to Atlanta. Game flow prevented the Redskins from leaning on anyone in their backfield enough to sustain fantasy production, but it's disappointing nonetheless that Bibbs didn't see more work in the passing game after he appeared to be trending in the right direction two weeks ago when Chris Thompson was inactive. Bibbs would continue to be the primary beneficiary if Thompson misses more time, but his volume has been too scarce to consider him a starting option in any fantasy format.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Paul Richardson (knee, shoulder) and running back Kapri Bibbs (shoulder) are both active for Week 9 against the Falcons. With Richardson active, Brian Quick is a healthy scratch. Richardson will effectively be the team's No. 1 wideout with Jamison Crowder still out, but he is still more of a low-ceiling WR4/flex in a weak passing offense. Bibbs has sneaky RB3/flex and DFS value with Chris Thompson (ribs) out again against a defense that bleeds fantasy points to pass-catching running backs each week. If Washington is forced to play from behind, Bibbs could see a lot of work behind workhorse Adrian Peterson.
Washington Redskins running back Kapri Bibbs is set to back up Adrian Peterson on Sunday with the likelihood that Chris Thompson misses the game against the Falcons. Bibbs disappeared from the offense (as expected) when Thompson returned in Week 8, but now could be in line to build on his slight uptick in volume from Week 7. Bibbs started to get involved in the passing game two weeks ago, catching four passes and scoring a touchdown on one of them. The Falcons are allowing an average of 68 receiving yards to running backs and nearly nine catches per game. There's considerable risk in starting a third-string running back, but Bibbs could yield a modest outing in deep PPR leagues.
Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed (neck) and running back Kapri Bibbs (shoulder) were both limited in practice on Wednesday. Reed is often seen on the team's injury report, but he has surprisingly stayed on the field so far this year. In one of the worst receiving corps in the NFL, Reed hasn't been able to break out yet, although he did have a season-high seven catches on 12 targets in Week 8. Against Atlanta, he'll surely be a TE1 and could have his best game of the season. Bibbs could go back to being Adrian Peterson's backup if Chris Thompson has to sit out another game, but even then he's unlikely to see enough volume to be fantasy relevant.
Washington Redskins running back Kapri Bibbs figures to expand his role in the offense if Chris Thompson is once again inactive. After seeing just three total touches in Week 6, Bibbs caught four passes for 43 yards and a touchdown in Week 7. Considering Washington's inclination to utilize running backs in the passing game, his workload could increase again as he continues to earn the trust of his quarterback and coach. Bibbs' fantasy value is almost entirely dependent on Thompson's unavailability, but his stock has the chance to rise as long as he gets the passing-game work for the Redskins.
Kapri Bibbs Stats
The following is a breakdown of Kapri Bibbs stats. This page is updated weekly throughout the NFL season showcasing the RB. Our situational tables show Kapri Bibbs stats in a number of variations which include different time periods and game situations.