Gibson has been screaming up rankings in recent weeks as it appeared he was in for a significant role increase prior to Adrian Peterson's eventual release. The do-it-all back did manage a 4.0 ypc. average which included a 20-yard scamper, but he only hauled in two targets as a receiver, good for eight yards. It appears the team is more comfortable with Peyton Barber who produced two touchdowns on the day, but only produced 29 yards on 17 carries himself. Washington was a surprise winner in week one vs. the Eagles and it's anyone's guess how the touches are distributed in week two when the team squares off against the Cardinals in the desert. Until we see more utilization of Gibson, he's best used as a last-flex play on dynasty rosters but his arrows remain pointing up as DLF's RB21.