College: Florida Atlantic | 7 years
Height: 5'10" | Weight: 222 lbs
Birth Date: 12/12/1988
2019 Bye Week: 11
Total Pts: 46
Avg Pts: 2.88
Rank: 62 RB
|Week 1||2||Alfred Morris 38 rushing yds (1 pts)|
Alfred Morris 38 rushing yds (1 pts)
|Week 2||5||Alfred Morris 32 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Alfred Morris 32 receiving yds (1 pts)
Alfred Morris 48 rushing yds (1 pts)
Alfred Morris 48 rushing yds (2 pts)
|Week 3||10||Alfred Morris 1 rushing TD (6 pts)|
. . . Alfred Morris 3 yd rushing TD
Alfred Morris 67 rushing yds (1 pts)
Alfred Morris 67 rushing yds (3 pts)
|Week 4||2||Alfred Morris 4 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Alfred Morris 14 rushing yds (1 pts)
|Week 5||6||Alfred Morris 30 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Alfred Morris 30 receiving yds (1 pts)
Alfred Morris 61 rushing yds (1 pts)
Alfred Morris 61 rushing yds (3 pts)
|Week 7||2||Alfred Morris 25 rushing yds (1 pts)|
Alfred Morris 25 rushing yds (1 pts)
|Week 8||2||Alfred Morris 28 rushing yds (1 pts)|
Alfred Morris 28 rushing yds (1 pts)
|Week 9||1||Alfred Morris 13 rushing yds (1 pts)|
|Week 10||1||Alfred Morris 19 rushing yds (1 pts)|
|Playoff Week 1||2||Alfred Morris 3 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Alfred Morris 4 rushing yds (1 pts)
|Playoff Week 2|
|Playoff Week 3|
|Playoff Week 4||13||Alfred Morris 4 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Alfred Morris 1 rushing TD (6 pts)
. . . Alfred Morris 1 yd rushing TD
Alfred Morris 111 rushing yds (1 pts)
Alfred Morris 111 rushing yds (5 pts)
|No Playoff Match Up|
San Francisco 49ers impending free-agent Alfred Morris is not expected to re-sign with the 49ers this offseason.
San Francisco 49ers RB Alfred Morris rushed 16 times for 111 yards and a touchdown and caught one pass for four yards in a 48-32 loss to the Los Angeles Rams in Week 17.
San Francisco 49ers running back Alfred Morris handled 16 carries for 111 yards and a touchdown in Week 17 against the Los Angeles Rams. Jeffery Wilson (shoulder) exited early with an injury so the veteran Morris was pressed into duty. After being relegated to the bench during the season, Sunday was Morris best game all year. He punched it in from one yard in the third quarter. With the Niners fully committed to their youth, the future for Morris is bleak in red and gold. Its likely hell be shopping for a new job come next training camp. With his best days behind him, Morris should hold minimal fantasy relevance as he winds down his career.
San Francisco's RB Alfred Morris ran for 111 yards on 16 carries with one touchdown in Sunday's loss in Los Angeles Rams.
The San Francisco 49ers have declared S Tyree Robinson, SS Jaquiski Tartt, RB Alfred Morris, DL Earl Mitchell, OL Erik Magnuson, DL Sheldon Day and OT Shon Coleman inactive for Week 16.
The San Francisco 49ers have declared SS Jaquiski Tartt, RB Alfred Morris, OL Erik Magnuson, DB K'Waun Williams, DL Sheldon Day, OT Shon Coleman and S Tyree Robinson inactive for Week 15.
San Francisco 49ers running back Alfred Morris is a healthy scratch for Week 13 against the Seahawks for the second straight week. Alf-Mo hasn't played since Nov. 12 and is well off the fantasy radar. Rookie Jeffery Wilson and Matt Dayes should continue to spell lead-back Matt Breida against Seattle.
The San Francisco 49ers have declared WR Marquise Goodwin, RB Alfred Morris, OG Josh Garnett, OT Shon Coleman, DT D.J. Jones, WR Pierre Garcon and CB D.J. Reed inactive for Week 13.
San Francisco 49ers running back Alfred Morris rushed nine times for 19 yards in Week 10 against the New York Giants. Morris had his typical game, barely averaging two YPC with a long run of five yards. He was thoroughly outplayed by Matt Breida, who registered 132 yards and two touchdowns on 20 touches. Morris will get a handful of carries spelling Breida but hes been unable to produce on any relevant metric. He shouldnt be on fantasy rosters through the teams Week 11 bye.
San Francisco 49ers running back Alfred Morris role has dwindled meaningfully in recent weeks, recording 11 or fewer snaps in three of four contests. With Raheem Mostert (arm) on IR, Morris will again be the Niners primary change-of-pace back in Week 10 against the New York Giants. Despite the teams commitment to a backfield timeshare, Morris has done little with his chances. His 3.5 YPC ranks amongst the leagues worst and he does not factor into the passing game (six catches). With Matt Breida healthy, Morris may see the field sparingly. His only chance for fantasy relevance is if he capitalizes on any potential goal-line carries, rendering him a desperation flex play.
San Francisco 49ers RB Alfred Morris carried the ball seven times for 13 yards against the Oakland Raiders on Thursday, Nov. 1.
Fantasy Spin: Morris has done little since a 61-yard performances against the Arizona Cardinals on Oct. 7, but he's likely to slide right back into the undisputed No. 2 spot following the gruesome arm injury suffered by Raheem Mostert. With Matt Breida banged up quite a bit this season -- he hasn't had more than 16 carries in a game -- Morris isn't a bad player to pick up and stash on the bench.
San Francisco 49ers running back Alfred Morris is third in the Niners backfield hierarchy and shouldnt be trusted despite questionable tags for Matt Breida (ankle) and Raheem Mostert (ankle). Despite his plodding ways (3.6 YPC), Morris continues siphoning snaps each game. That should continue in Week 9 against a horrible Oakland Raiders defense but Morris needs to be viewed as a touchdown-dependent fantasy lottery ticket. In the unlikely event Breida and Mostert are inactive, Morris could serve as a desperation RB3.
San Francisco 49ers running back Alfred Morris recorded 28 yards on six carries in Week 8s loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Morris ripped a well-blocked 26-yard run but was otherwise bottled up on his other opportunities. Morris middling performance against the Cardinals has become a familiar pattern. His continued involvement muddies the Niners backfield picture and also caps the fantasy potential of Raheem Mostert. With nearly zero upside, Morris shouldnt be considered a viable option in Week 9 against the Oakland Raiders.
With running back Matt Breida (ankle) banged up and the San Francisco 49ers facing the Arizona Cardinals league-worst rushing defense in Week 8, Alfred Morris is once again in the mix for touches. Unfortunately, Morris has done little with his opportunities, averaging just 4.1 yards per touch. Morris ranks 36th out of 47 qualified backs with 3.6 YPC and factors minimally in the passing game. Despite Breidas early exit in Week 7, emerging running back Raheem Mostert registered more snaps and thoroughly outplayed Morris. If Breida misses Week 8, the backfield could primarily belong to Mostert. Morris is a contrarian DFS play and will be touchdown-dependent to return value to fantasy speculators.
San Francisco 49ers running back Alfred Morris had a very slow game in Sunday's loss against the Rams. Morris finished with nine carries for 25 yards and no touchdowns. The low yards per carry is a trend Morris has been showing all season, along with having less than 10 carries for the second time in three games. He is splitting work in the backfield with Matt Breida, along with losing carries to Raheem Mostert today. Morris will continue to make a fringe fantasy option until he can establish a larger role in the offense.
After playing one snap and registering zero touches in Week 6, San Francisco 49ers running back Alfred Morris is fading towards fantasy irrelevance. In his absence, running backs Matt Breida (ankle, shoulder) and Raheem Mostert jumpstarted the Niners rushing attack to 174 yards. Morris is averaging a meager 3.7 YPC and while head coach Kyle Shanahan insists the Niners committee running approach will be dynamic, Mostert has apparently usurped the seven-year veteran. With the 49ers facing the potent Los Angeles Rams in Week 7, the team will likely rely on its passing attack, further diminishing Morris outlook. Mostert is the primary handcuff to Breida, rendering Morris droppable in standard-sized leagues.
San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan indicated that RB Raheem Mostert seeing time ahead of RB Alfred Morris was not a permanent switch and instead related to what they felt was the best matchup against the Green Bay Packers.
Fantasy Spin: Considering Mostert rushed 12 times for 87 yards it's fair to say that Shanahan was right about the matchup, but this isn't the sort of thing you want to hear if you scrambled to pick up Mostert (or dropped Morris) in the wake of Monday's performance. If it's not too late, it's probably best to take a wait and see approach with all of this.
San Francisco 49ers running back Alfred Morris played only one snap in Week 6 against the Green Bay Packers. His only touch was negated by penalty. This was a nightmare outcome for all fantasy investors hoping an injured Matt Breida (ankle, shoulder) would allot Morris a workhorse-type role. Not only was Breida active but Morris lost snaps to fourth-year back Raheem Mostert. Without requiring his services on a night where the Niners racked up 174 rushing yards, Morris status on the pecking order is in serious jeopardy. Averaging just 3.7 yards per carry, irrelevant in the passing game and now experiencing dwindling playing time, Morris is rapidly becoming an unusable fantasy asset.
San Francisco 49ers RB Alfred Morris played only one snap and received zero touches in the team's Week 6 game Monday, Oct. 15, versus the Green Bay Packers.
Fantasy Spin: This is an unfortunate turn of events for fantasy owners of Morris, who had received at least 12 carries in four of the first five games. Raheem Mostert was the biggest beneficiary of this development, producing 87 yards on just 12 rush attempts. It appears Morris is no longer worth holding on rosters outside the deepest of leagues.
With San Francisco 49ers running back Matt Breida (ankle) banged up, veteran Alfred Morris could own the backfield limelight in Week 6. After Breida departed in Week 5, Morris received heavy usage (21 touches) but eked out only 4.3 yards per touch. Morris will be a volume-dependent RB2 against an ordinary Green Bay Packers rush defense, but faces the risk that the Niners quickly fall behind. Morris is likely to cede passing situations to running back Kyle Juszczyk who has 14 catches this season. With Breida healing quicker than expected, Morris owners should carefully monitor San Franciscos injury announcements heading into the weekend. Hell be downgraded to a flex play if Breida suits up.