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RB DuJuan Harris - San Francisco 49ers

5-7, 197Born: 9-3-1988College: TroyDrafted: ---

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17 vs LA 47 16 67 0 12 8 86 0 0 15.3

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2015 Week 17 vs LA (16 / 67 / 0 rush, 12 / 8 / 86 / 0 rec)

As a runner, Harris had the same kind of boom-bust game he had last week, perhaps even more so: Of his 61 rushing yards, 47 came on one carry. And the similarities don't end there. As was the case against Detroit in Week 16, Harris' longest run came on an inside handoff out of a shotgun formation, with San Francisco's offensive line parting the Red (and Gold) Sea. To wit, he wasn't even touched this time until he had gained 45 of the 47 yards. As a receiver, Harris largely assumed the role of "dump-off target extraordinaire" that Jarred Hayne filled last week. That said, and this may come as a shock, but his longest receiving gain (31 yards) came on a screen pass where -- wait for it -- he wasn't touched until 25 yards after the catch.

2015 Week 16 vs DET (11 / 73 / 0 rush, 2 / 1 / 11 / 0 rec)

Harris didn't start, but he ended up with more carries than Jarred Hayne, almost all of which came during the first half. The box score says he averaged 6.6 yards per carry, but 58 of his 73 rushing yards came on only three carries. Two of them, which went for 22 and 25 yards, respectively, looked identical, with a wide-open lane opening up off left tackle in a shotgun formation. Any running back in the league would have gained big yardage with the play design, call, and execution that good. Harris' 11-yard second quarter run was more his own doing. With the 49ers again in a shotgun formation, linebacker Josh Bynes got immediate penetration at the point of attack, but the combination of Erik Pears' kick-out block and Harris' jump cut got him back to the line, where he then ran away from two diving tackle attempts at the second level.

2015 Week 14 vs BAL (18 / 42 / 0 rush, 0 / 0 / 0 / 0 rec)

DuJuan Harris was largely unimpressive in relief of Thomas Rawls season-ending ankle injury managing just 2.3 yards per carry and losing a fumble in the red zone. He finished the game with 42 yards on 18 carries. He did not register a reception in the passing game as that work went to veteran Fred Jackson. His longest run of the day was for just six yards. Harris is a noticeable drop from Rawls for the Seahawks on a talent perspective. Rawls gashed the Ravens for 47 yards on the first drive where Harris managed just 42 yards the entire game in relief though the Ravens rush defense ranks 11th in the NFL

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