Welcome to the team Alexander Mattison

Yeah I can live with it, just doesn’t move the needle in the RB room much for me.

The RB room needle doesnt need to be moved.

Hand the ball off to Zamir 11 times, Mattison 5 times and someone else a couple times.
 
We can sign Latavius Murray or Cordarelle Patterson in a month for a couple bucks if we need another guy.
 
We paid Jalen Richard and Brandon Bolden 3 mil a year.

Mattison for a couple million to backup Zamir is a solid move.
Tells me RB is still on the draft menu. :)

Also, he’ll still have to beat out Brown, McCormick, McAllister, Walter, Bolden (if we bring Bolden back) and a rookie (if we draft one).
 
RB should be on the menu day 3 every year.

Its a disposable position.
I think you and Vinny aren’t on the same page. Lol

 
Mattison’s (starts/snaps) metrics going into Y6 at age 26:
  • ‘19 (0 / 197): 4.6% SIS; 69.4 PFF
  • ‘20 (2 / 229): 5.7% SIS; 80.9 PFF
  • ‘21 (4 / 377): 2.1% SIS; 61.0 PFF
  • ‘22 (0 / 297): 2.7% SIS; 71.3 PFF
  • ‘23 (13 / 579): 0.5% SIS; 61.8 PFF
Conclusions:
  1. Mattison performs best when used the least
  2. Mattison’s best two years were his first two
  3. Mattison’s most usage was last year
 
Worse...he's the AO'C of RB's. We have 3 RB's on the roster that are better. He's not even a JAG.
LOL.. We have a guy that started 4 games and a guy who hasn’t started a game in what will be 9 years.. I’m sure Sincere McKormick will take the lead on this team as our 3rd down back.. Bring the vet in and if he gets beat out so be it. If he beats out the likes of Britan Biown, Sincere or whatever Jabroni we have that can’t make it off the PS so be it.
 
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LOL.. We have a guy that started 4 games and a guy who hasn’t started a game in what will be 9 years.. I’m sure Sincere McKormick will take the lead on this team as our 3rd down back.. Bring the vet in and if he gets beat out so be it. If he beats out the likes of Britan Biown, Sincere or whatever Jabroni we have that can’t make it off the PS so be it.
This former 3rd round pick has played 5 years in type of run games Getsy’s gonna install. The Raiders signed him over the likes of D’Onta Foreman, a former 3rd round pick who played for Getsy last year in Chi on a $3M one-year deal. Either he’s cheaper or Getsy thinks he’s better.

If nothing else, he’s likely a resource to the other RB in learning Getsy’s O. I would like to know why his first two years he averaged 4.6 yards per carry and the last two years he’s averaged 3.9 yards per carry. Did he lose a step at age 24 and 25 compared to when he was 21 and 22?

Former 7th rounder Brown and UDFA McCormick and Walter are in Y3 or Y4. It’s pretty much do or die for their NFL careers. As for former UDFA & CFL McAllister, I’m rooting for him for one simple reason—he’s fast—and if the new kick-off rules are adopted, a return specialist will become a thing again:
 
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This former 3rd round pick has played 5 years in type of run games Getsy’s gonna install. The Raiders signed him over the likes of D’Onta Foreman, a former 3rd round pick who played for Getsy last year in Chi on a $3M one-year deal. Either he’s cheaper or Getsy thinks he’s better.

If nothing else, he’s likely a resource to the other RB in learning Getsy’s O. I would like to know why his first two years he averaged 4.6 yards per carry and the last two years he’s averaged 3.9 yards per carry. Did he lose a step at age 24 and 25 compared to when he was 21 and 22?

Former 7th rounder Brown and UDFA McCormick and Walter are in Y3 or Y4. It’s pretty much do or die for their NFL careers. As for former UDFA & CFL McAllister, I’m rooting for him for one simple reason—he’s fast—and if the new kick-off rules are adopted, a return specialist will become a thing again:


He had his best 2023 YPC against us.
Mattison is a Mendoza line RB 2. When you have every other RB on the roster not have enough carries to even qualify for that line, it’s probably a good idea to at least have one for camp.
 
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