|ADP:||Round: 2, Pick: 5|
|Ht / Wt:||6'0" / 228 lb.|
|Born:||June 23, 1998|
|Drafted:||2020 / Rd. 3 (66)|
Gibson indicated that he won't require an offseason procedure to address the toe issue he played through down the stretch this season, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Gibson, who is currently listed on the Washington Football Team web site as 6-foot-2, 220 pounds, also noted that he hopes to slim down some this offseason, with an eye toward gaining more explosiveness as a runner. In 14 games this past season, the 2020 third-rounder carried 170 times for 795 yards and 11 TDs, while catching 36 of his 44 targets for 247 yards. Looking ahead, Gibson is slated to head his team's backfield from the get-go in 2021 and in that context, he should see increased volume as long as he can stay on the field. Also remaining under contract with Washington next season are pass-catching ace J.D. McKissic, as well as Peyton Barber and Bryce Love.
Gibson (toe) rushed 14 times for 31 yards and secured two of three targets for four yards in Washington's 31-23 wild-card loss to the Buccaneers on Saturday night.
Analysis: The rookie back was able to work through his toe issue as he had during the final two regular-season games, but he unsurprisingly found running room at a premium against the Buccaneers' No. 1-ranked rush defense. Despite missing two games to injury and splitting carries throughout the majority of the campaign, Gibson still finished his first pro season with a solid 4.7 yards per carry, 11 rushing touchdowns and 36 receptions. He'll look to build on those numbers significantly in 2021 while likely serving in a more clear-cut lead-back role.
Gibson (toe) is active for Saturday's wild-card game versus the Buccaneers, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.
Analysis: For a third consecutive contest, Gibson is playing through a turf toe injury. In the first two outings, he combined for 33 touches for 150 yards from scrimmage. That said, he hasn't reached the end zone since torching the Cowboys for three touchdowns back in Week 12.
Gibson (toe) is listed as questionable for Saturday's wild-card game versus the Buccaneers, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Gibson sat out Weeks 14 and 15 due to a turf toe injury, but he was able to cap the season with appearances in both of Washington's final two games of the campaign. Considering he took on 33 touches for 150 yards from scrimmage in those outings, he should be good to go this weekend, which will be confirmed approximately 90 minutes before Saturday's 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff.
Gibson (toe) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Gibson played through the same injury the past two weeks, including 20 touches and 59 percent snap share in the Week 17 win over Philadelphia. He gets a tough matchup in the wild-card round, facing a Bucs defense that led the league in both rushing yards allowed (80.6 per game) and opponent YPC (3.6).
Gibson (toe) worked with the training staff on the side during Wednesday's practice, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Gibson played through a turf toe injury Weeks 16 and 17, racking up 136 yards on 29 rushes (4.7 YPC) and hauling in four of five targets for 14 yards. He didn't log any practice reps last week before suiting up for the regular-season finale, so he doesn't necessarily have to take part in drills this week to be cleared for Saturday's wild-card game versus the Buccaneers. Wednesday's injury report will reveal whether or not Gibson made an appearance on the practice field.
Gibson (toe) was listed as a non-participant on Tuesday's practice estimate, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Gibson logged 37 of a possible 63 snaps on offense in this past Sunday's playoff-clinching win over the Eagles, en route to carrying 19 times for 75 yards. With no reported setbacks in that contest, it seems likely that Gibson's DNP listing Tuesday is indicative of him continuing to manage the toe issue that led to him being listed as questionable heading into Week 17 action.
Gibson (toe) rushed 19 times for 75 yards and caught his lone target for six yards in Sunday's playoff-clinching win over the Eagles.
Analysis: Gibson concludes his rookie campaign with 795 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns on 170 carries (4.7 yards per tote) while catching 36 passes for 247 more yards. Washington unearthed a gem in the third round of this year's draft, and the breakout back let the world know with a monstrous three-touchdown showcase against the Cowboys on Thanksgiving. Gibson was already producing fantasy worthy numbers prior to his explosion on national television, but his ascension to the top of the player rankings was brought to a screeching halt when he suffered a toe injury late in the year. The 22-year-old was able to get back into action right before Washington heads into the playoffs, which bodes well for the Football Team's chances of upsetting the Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Saturday. Perhaps the talented rookie can increase his stock even more with another statement game on the national stage, but we may have seen enough to already consider Gibson a starting-level player with upside in fantasy drafts next season.
Gibson (toe) is active for Sunday's game in Philadelphia, Kyle Stackpole of Washington's official site reports.
Analysis: Gibson is playing through a turf toe injury at the moment, which sidelined him Weeks 14 and 15 before he mustered 69 yards from scrimmage on 13 touches last Sunday against the Panthers. Washington can clinch the NFC East with a victory Sunday, meaning he may attempt to increase his 30-percent share of the offense snaps from Week 16.
Gibson (toe), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles, is expected to be "good to go" for the regular-season finale, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Analysis: Gibson's availability won't be locked in until Washington releases its inactive list 90 minutes prior to the game's 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff, but the rookie looks like he'll be ready to go as the Football Team looks to punch its ticket to the postseason. After missing Weeks 14 and 15 while battling turf toe, Gibson returned to action for the Week 16 loss to Carolina, playing 21 snaps and carrying 10 times for 61 yards while hauling in three of four targets for eight yards. Gibson didn't practice in any fashion this week, but head coach Ron Rivera indicated that the Football Team was merely taking a cautious approach with the running back leading up to the all-important season finale. Assuming he's active, Gibson should serve as Washington's lead ballcallier while splitting work on passing downs with J.D. McKissic.
GIbson (toe) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: There was no report of a setback after last week's loss to Carolina, but there will inevitably be some level of concern after Gibson was held out of practice Wednesday through Friday. If he doesn't end up playing Sunday night, Washington likely would split backfield work between J.D. McKissic and Peyton Barber -- just as we saw in Weeks 14 and 15.
Gibson (toe) isn't participating in the media-access portion of Friday's practice, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Gibson returned from a two-game absence for last week's loss to the Panthers, taking 13 touches for 69 yards while playing 30 percent of offensive snaps. The missed practice time might seem worrisome, but coach Ron Rivera said the rookie running backs is "fine", and OC Scott Turner said Gibson's reduced snap share last week was a product of game script. Still, we'll need to keep a close eye on Washington's final injury report Friday afternoon.
Gibson (toe) didn't practice Thursday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.
Analysis: For a second consecutive session, Gibson logged a DNP as he manages a turf toe injury that sidelined him Weeks 14 and 15. Coach Ron Rivera alleviated concerns Thursday, stating Gibson is "fine" and Washington is allowing the running to get as much rest as possible to be ready for game day, according to JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington. Considering Gibson churned out 69 yards from scrimmage on 13 touches this past Sunday against the Panthers, he should be good for at least that much work Week 17 in Philadelphia if he's able to suit up.
Gibson (toe) wasn't spotted at practice Thursday and is slated to go down as a non-participant on Washington's official report, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: After missing two games while battling turf toe, Gibson returned to action in the Week 16 loss to the Panthers, carrying 10 times for 61 yards and catching three passes for eight yards while playing 30 percent of Washington's offensive snaps. Though Washington didn't report that Gibson experience a setback in his return to action, his absence from two straight practices to begin Week 17 may indicate otherwise. Gibson will likely need to get back on the field in at least a limited capacity Friday to have a shot at suiting up in Sunday's game against the Eagles. If Gibson can't go, Washington would turn to J.D. McKissic and Peyton Barber as its main options out of the backfield.
Gibson (toe) did't practice Wednesday, Kyle Stackpole of Washington's official site reports.
Analysis: Gibson is listed with the same toe injury that kept him out in Weeks 14 and 15. He then return for Sunday's loss to the Panthers, taking 10 carries for 61 yards and three catches for eight yards while playing just 30 percent of offensive snaps. The workload was disappointing relative to his pre-injury norm, but that seems to have been a matter of game script/context rather than any setback with Gibson's toe. Regardless, fantasy managers will want to keep an eye on his progress throughout the week, with Washington gearing up for a win-to-get-in game Sunday night against the Eagles.
Gibson carried the ball 10 times for 61 yards in Week 16 against the Panthers. He added three receptions for eight yards.
Analysis: Gibson returned to the field for the first time since Week 13 after recovering from a toe injury. Washington fell behind and was scripted out of their run game early on, though Gibson still accounted for 10 of the team's 19 rushing attempts -- three of which went to quarterbacks. Gibson also showcased some explosiveness, breaking off gains of 22 and 13 yards . He should be relied upon heavily with the NFC East title at stake in a Week 17 matchup against the Eagles.
Gibson (toe) is listed as active Sunday against the Panthers, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Back in action for the first time since suffering a turf toe injury Week 13 at Pittsburgh, Gibson could have a smaller workload than normal, considering he practiced in a limited capacity in advance of this contest. J.D. McKissic still is on hand for pass-catching reps out of Washington's backfield, while Peyton Barber is available for early-down work and short-yardage situations. Still, in the 11 appearances in which he was healthy this season, Gibson averaged 15.5 touches for 79.8 yards from scrimmage and one TD per game.
Gibson (toe), who is listed as questionable, is expected to play Sunday against the Panthers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Analysis: The 22-year-old practiced as a limited participant all week to earn the questionable tag, but it appears he has a strong chance of suiting up Week 16. Gibson's status will receive additional clarity about 90 minutes before the 4:05 ET kickoff when Washington releases its list of inactives.
Gibson (toe) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Panthers, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Gibson was a limited practice participant Wednesday through Friday, with coach Rivera noting Thursday that the running back looked good. Both Gibson and QB Alex Smith (toe) appear truly questionable, while WR Terry McLaurin (ankle) is listed as doubtful. J.D. McKissic got 24 carries and 14 targets the past two weeks with Gibson inactive, working ahead of Peyton Barber (16 carries, four targets) for the most part.
Gibson (toe) was limited at Thursday's practice, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.
Analysis: For a second session in a row, Gibson was contained to individual drills, hence the 'limited' tag. Afterward, coach Ron Rivera told JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington that Gibson "looked good," "took a number of reps" and "is making progress" through his turf toe injury. There's no telling if Gibson is trending toward a return Sunday against the Panthers, but Washington could clear up his status when it releases its final Week 16 practice report Friday.
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