He also scored his first touchdown. While Freeman didn't "light it up" on Sunday in the team's narrow loss to the Cowboys, he did garner 19 touches and provided the G-men with a run-game not seen since Saquon Barkley's injury. With multiple games against both the Eagles and Redskins on tap over the next five games, there's every chance Freeman could continue to produce well as the team's primary back. The 28 year-old carries only back-up value at his current RB68 status but could be a valuable addition for competitive teams as we enter bye-weeks. Value beyond 2020 will be dependent on leveraging his 2020 production into a potential starting role in 2021.