Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette hasn't played a full NFL game this season, and he's expected to miss at least two more this season.

The second-year back was a highly coveted pick out of LSU. He was selected No. 4 overall in the 2017 NFL Draft. In his rookie campaign, he rushed for 1,040 yards and nine touchdowns. He was expected to be their offense's top weapon this season, but he's only appeared in two games. His left the season opener with a hamstring injury that he has been battling since. So far this season, Fournette has run the ball 20 times for 71 yards. The Jaguars want to give him time to rest, and they hope their season isn't dead by the time he returns.

According to NFL insider Adam Schefter, Leonard Fournette is expected to be out until at least Nov.4. In order to battle their dwindling backfield, the Jaguars signed former Cleveland Browns running back Carlos Hyde. Hyde has barely been with the team a week, but he's expected to get some touches today. He started getting some reps in at practice, so it's likely the team has a few plays set up for the fifth-year back.

The Jaguars will likely use a combination of T.J. Yeldon and Hyde for the duration of their Week 7 matchup against the Houston Texans. They recently lost third string back Corey Grant, so their spread very thin at the moment.

This will be a big week for the Jaguars. They'll get the opportunity to show that they can bounce back from the 40-7 thrashing the Dallas Cowboys gave them last week.