Brian Robinson, RB (WAS)

Draws 15 carries

Robinson ran for 57 yards on 15 carries against Houston on Sunday.

It's disappointing that Robinson couldn't get more going on the ground against Houston's weak run defense, and somewhat concerning that seeming backup Antonio Gibson saw 18 carries to Robinson's 15, and three targets to Robinson's none. Gibson appears to be the team's preferred passing-down target between the two, so Robinson would ideally hold a decisive lead over Gibson as the team's preferred pure runner. The Washington backfield will continue to be a bit perplexing for fantasy managers going into a favorable matchup against the Falcons in Week 12.

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TE | WAS

Misses practice with illness

Thomas, who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Atlanta, is dealing with an illness in addition to a rib injury, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports.

Logan Thomas

Logan Thomas

TE | WAS

Expected to play

Thomas (ribs) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Atlanta, with Commanders head coach Ron Rivera noting Friday that he expects Thomas to play, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.

Cole Holcomb

Cole Holcomb

LB | WAS

IR-bound with foot injury

Washington placed Holcomb (foot) on its injured reserve Friday, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports.

Carson Wentz

Carson Wentz

QB | WAS

Won't suit up this week

Wentz (finger) was designated to return from injured reserve Wednesday, but the Commanders will stick with Taylor Heinicke and Sam Howell as their top two quarterbacks for at least one more week, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports.

Carson Wentz

Carson Wentz

QB | WAS

Cleared to practice

The Commanders announced Wednesday that Wentz (finger) has been designated for return from injured reserve.

Chase Young

Chase Young

DL | WAS

Activated from PUP list

Washington activated Young (knee) from the reserve/PUP list Monday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.