J.D. McKissic (neck) remains out for Washington
Washington Commanders running back J.D. McKissic (neck) is not practicing again on Thursday.
McKissic has been inactive at practice since injuring his neck in Week 8. If McKissic remains out for another game, Antonio Gibson will remain the Commanders' primary pass-catching back in Week 11 versus the Houston Texans. They are favored at home against one of the worst teams in the league, so Gibson may not have too many pass-catching opportunities. He was only targeted three times last week in a surprisingly positive game script. Gibson and Brian Robinson each scored on the ground in that contest while splitting snaps 48.1% to 51.9%, respectively.
Gibson has totaled 5 catches on 6 targets for 25 yards the past two weeks with McKissic sidelined. He averaged 9.0 routes (28.1% participation) per game with 0.33 targets and 1.39 yards per route run.
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