Alex Collins promoted to Seattle's active roster for Saturday's playoff matchup against Rams
Seattle Seahawks running back Alex Collins is eligible to play in Saturday's Wild Card playoff contest against the Los Angeles Rams.
Collins will backup Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde after the veteran produced 29 yards and one touchdown on five touches in relief duty last week. Seattle's rush attack will have a tough task against a strong Rams' defense allowing 17.6 FanDuel points per game to running backs this season.
In three appearances with Seattle, Collins averaged 6.9 FanDuel points on 6.3 touches.
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