Another week where Chase Edmonds was the team’s lead back as he dominated the snap share however Kenyan Drake has returned to practice this week and is expected to play in Week 10. When both backs were healthy, Drake was seeing about 65-to-70-percent of the snap share.
After a small scare in Week 8 when Hill saw a larger snap share than usual things went back to normal in Week 9 with Gurley seeing 60-percent of the snap share and dominating the touches. The Falcons should continue to run Gurley out there as their primary back baring any sort of injury setback.
We saw Dobbins again lead the backfield in snaps for the Ravens in Week 9 but with Mark Ingram ...