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New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman (head) is in the league's concussion protocol and did not practice on Wednesday, according to head coach Robert Saleh. With Michael Carter (ankle) on Injured Reserve, Ty Johnson, Austin Walter and La'Mical Perine are the backs behind Coleman on New York's depth chart. Coleman will be one to watch at practice this week, and if he can't clear the protocol before Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints, Johnson and Walter would likely split the backfield touches, with Perine joining the active roster on game day as the RB3. Johnson would enter the flex mix in deep PPR leagues. Coleman has seen double-digit carries and seven targets the last two games as the Jets No. 1 back.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman surprisingly put together another decent performance this week. He rushed 11 times for 58 yards and added three receptions for 19 yards through the air in the Week 13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Coleman remained as the lead back with Michael Carter (ankle) still sidelined. He was the primary back in this one and that will likely remain the same next week. There's not a ton of upside here, but Coleman could be a low-end flex option in deep leagues versus the New Orleans Saints next week. There is a good chance he'll get 10-plus carries as the lead back each week until Carter returns.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman took over the lead-back job for last week's matchup against the Houston Texans. He rushed 11 times for 67 yards and hauled in two receptions for three additional yards. It was surprisingly a decent outing from Coleman, but fantasy managers shouldn't get too excited. The Jets offensive line is horrendous, and it was tough for Michael Carter (ankle) to have any success when he was healthy. His absence should mean another start for Coleman, but it doesn't guarantee success. The Philadelphia Eagles are ranked 16th in rush DVOA this season. This isn't a favorable matchup, but Coleman does have some deep-league flex appeal for this Week 13 matchup. The touches should be there without Carter available, but the results are tough to predict.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman received the start during the Week 12 matchup against the Houston Texans. He rushed 16 times for 67 yards and added two receptions for three yards through the air in the win. The absence of Michael Carter (ankle) made a much bigger role for Coleman. There is a good chance he'll see a similar workload next week against the Philadelphia Eagles. However, it's tough to trust that Coleman will be able to find the same success again. He'll probably be a popular waiver wire option, but Coleman is better viewed as a deep league option for next week.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman could be asked to start during the Week 12 matchup against the Houston Texans. Rookie back Michael Carter (ankle) is going to be sidelined two or three weeks. That means, Coleman and Ty Johnson are likely going to be asked to pick up the slack. Last week, Coleman saw a bulk of the carries once Carter departed from the game. Despite that, Coleman has not surpassed 29 rushing yards in a single game this season. He'll get a favorable matchup against the 27th ranked rush defense in the Texans. Although, Coleman won't be anything more than a desperation option in deep leagues.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman has seen a limited role on the team despite being the lead back to begin the year. The organization has moved forward with younger options, which leaves Coleman with the scrapes. However, he saw an extended role during the Week 11 matchup against the Miami Dolphins. Coleman rushed five times for 16 yards and hauled in one reception for two yards in the loss. A majority of his playing time came after Michael Carter (ankle) exited the game. There isn't much upside with Coleman, but he could have some appeal if Carter misses time. Fantasy managers might want to monitor Carter's status over the next few days.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman saw his first action since Week 5 during the loss to Buffalo Bills last week. He rushed four times for 29 yards and added two receptions for four yards through the air. It seems clear that the Jets are sticking with rookie Michael Carter as the lead back. Also, Ty Johnson is normally the receiving back, so Coleman is without much of a role He'll likely get a handful of carries in Week 11 against the Miami Dolphins. Although, there isn't much upside for him and he won't be a recommended streaming option in any fantasy formats.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman (hamstring) was surprisingly active for the Week 10 matchup against the Buffalo Bills. The veteran back has missed each of the last three games due to a lingering hamstring issue. The Jets season is going in the wrong direction, so it's quite surprising that they'd even bother giving carries to Coleman. However, he rushed four times for 29 yards and hauled in two receptions for four yards in the loss. Fantasy managers should expect Coleman to have a minor role going forward, assuming he has one at all. That being said, he can remain on the waiver wire heading into Week 11.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman (hamstring) has been cleared to play in Week 10 against the Buffalo Bills, according to head coach Robert Saleh. Coleman has been out since Week 5 and had fallen to No. 3 on the RB depth chart behind Michael Carter and Ty Johnson before his injury, so fantasy managers shouldn't be holding out much hope that he'll suddenly return to a significant role this Sunday against a very stingy Buffalo defense. Coleman's return is a bit of a concern for those rolling with either Carter or Johnson, but we suspect the 28-year-old Coleman will be eased in and won't play a large percentage of offensive snaps against the Bills. Coleman should continue to be ignored in the majority of fantasy formats in this low-upside Jets offense.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman (hamstring) was able to get in a limited practice session on Wednesday. Coleman has been sidelined since Week 5, but he could be on track to return for a Week 10 date with the division-rival Buffalo Bills. In the 28-year-old's absence, Michael Carter and Ty Johnson have taken a firm grip on this backfield, with Carter handling double-digit carries in every game that Coleman was unavailable for. Coleman was expected to be the team's primary RB before the season began, but he's seen just 21 carries for 73 yards and has caught two of three targets for 17 yards in his four games (one start). If Coleman is able to return against a strong Buffalo defense, he'll just be hoping for scraps behind Carter and Johnson.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman (hamstring) and wide receiver Corey Davis (hip) are expected to return to action this week, according to head coach Robert Saleh. Coleman has been sidelined since the past three games while Davis has missed the past two, so the Jets offense is in for some reinforcements in a tough matchup against the Buffalo Bills in Week 10. Davis is the more attractive fantasy option because of his label as the No.1 wide receiver, but the matchup with Tre'Davious White is enough to leave him on the bench once again. Coleman is likely the No. 3 running back on the depth chart in his return, so he has limited fantasy value unless Michael Carter or Ty Johnson misses any time.
New York Jets wide receiver Corey Davis (hip) and running back Tevin Coleman (hamstring) won't play in Thursday's game against the Indianapolis Colts. As expected, both Davis and Coleman were doubtful heading into Thursday's contest. Neither player got on the practice field on the short week and were ultimately ruled out. Davis will miss his second straight game, while Coleman will miss his third consecutive contest. Jamison Crowder will operate as Jets QB Mike White's top target after catching eight passes for 84 yards in a Week 8 over the Cincinnati Bengals. He is a solid flex play in most league formats. Rookie Elijah Moore and Keelan Cole should also see an uptick in targets. Jets RB Michael Carter broke out last Sunday, rushing for 77 yards and a touchdown while adding nine catches for 95 yards on 14 targets in Sunday's 34-31 win over the Bengals. Carter is a borderline RB1 against a Colts defense that is ranked 20th in rush DVOA. Davis and Coleman's next chance to return will be Week 10 against the Buffalo Bills.
New York Jets wide receiver Corey Davis (hip) is listed as doubtful for the second straight week, while running back Tevin Coleman (hamstring) has been ruled out for his third straight game on Thursday night against the Indianapolis Colts in Week 8. Neither player got on the practice field on the short week. Davis looks set to miss his second straight game. In his absence in the Week 8 win over the Cincinnati Bengals, Jamison Crowder and running back Michael Carter were the team's top two pass-catchers for backup quarterback Mike White. Rookie Elijah Moore, Keelan Cole and Denzel Mims also saw expanded roles. Despite their surprising win last weekend, it's hard to recommend any of their pass-catchers for starting lineups, outside of maybe Crowder as a flex consideration in deeper leagues.
New York Jets wide receiver Corey Davis (hip) and running back Tevin Coleman (hamstring) both missed practice for the second straight day on Tuesday. Davis is feeling better after landing on the injury report in the middle of last week and missing the Week 8 win over the Cincinnati Bengals, but he could turn out to be a game-time decision on Thursday night against the Indianapolis Colts. Davis is the team's leading receiver this year with 24 catches on 42 targets for 349 yards and four touchdowns, but he's a very risky fantasy commodity in Week 9 on the short week with Mike White at quarterback for his second career start. Coleman has missed the last two games and doesn't seem likely to play again this week.
New York Jets wide receiver Corey Davis (hip) and running back Tevin Coleman (hamstring) both were listed as not practicing on Monday. Davis was a late addition to the Week 8 injury report and didn't play on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, while Coleman missed his second straight game. The Jets are saying that Davis has a chance to play on the short week against the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday night, but he should be considered a shaky WR2 option if he plays with quarterback Mike White set to make his second career start. With Davis out in Week 8, running back Michael Carter and veteran slot man Jamison Crowder were the team's top two pass-catchers. Coleman, even when healthy, isn't fantasy relevant behind both Carter and Ty Johnson.
New York Jets wide receiver Corey Davis (hip) is listed as doubtful for Week 8 against the Cincinnati Bengals, while running back Tevin Coleman (hamstring) will officially miss his second straight game. Also, tight end Tyler Kroft (back) is questionable. Fantasy managers need to remove Davis from their lineups this weekend. With the team's No. 1 wideout out of commission, rookie Elijah Moore, Denzel Mims and Keelan Cole figure to operate in three-wide sets, but none of them can be recommended in fantasy starting lineups with backup quarterback Mike White making his NFL starting debut in place of Zach Wilson (knee). Michael Carter will continue to serve as the Jets lead running back, with Ty Johnson mixing in behind him. Carter is the more appealing RB3/flex, albeit with a dangerously low floor.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman (hamstring) missed his second straight day of practice on Thursday. After coming into the season expected to be the Jets primary running back, Coleman has fallen to No. 3 on the running back depth chart behind Michael Carter and Ty Johnson. The 28-year-old also missed last week's loss to the New England Patriots and appears to be on track to miss his second straight game. With Coleman out in Week 7, Carter had 11 carries for 37 yards and caught eight of nine targets for 67 yards. Johnson had just five rushing attempts for six yards while catching six of seven targets for 65 yards in the blowout loss. Carter and Johnson won't have that kind of volume in the passing attack each week, but they should see more work again this week with Coleman likely out. Carter is the preferred option on early downs and will an RB3/flex this week against the Cincinnati Bengals.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman (hamstring) did not practice on Wednesday, while tight end Tyler Kroft (back) was limited. Coleman sat out of the Week 7 loss to the New England Patriots, which meant more work for Michael Carter and Ty Johnson in the blowout loss. Even if the 28-year-old Coleman returns to practice later this week and plays in Week 8 against the Cincinnati Bengals, he won't be a realistic option for starting fantasy lineups as the third wheel behind Carter and Johnson. Kroft hasn't played since Week 4, but he could be on track to return to the field this weekend. Even with Kroft out, Ryan Griffin has done next to nothing at the position. The Jets tight end position needs to be avoided in fantasy, especially with rookie quarterback Zach Wilson (knee) now out two to four weeks.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's Week 7 contest against the New England Patriots. He's joined on the inactive list by tight end Tyler Kroft and wide receiver Jeff Smith. With Coleman out, there should be a few more snaps available for Michael Carter, but Coleman only played five offensive snaps in Week 5 against Atlanta, so his absence doesn't really move the needle here.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman (hamstring) tweaked a hamstring this week and is now questionable to play in Week 7 against the New England Patriots. Coleman popped up on the injury report on Friday when he got in a limited practice. The 28-year-old entered the year expected to play a big role in Gang Green's backfield, but that just hasn't been the case so far. The veteran running back has played just 12.9% of the offensive snaps in his four games played, compared to 45.6% for Ty Johnson and 42.7% for Michael Carter. Even if Coleman plays this Sunday, he'll likely be third in line for backfield touches, and he can't be trusted for fantasy purposes. Coleman should be left to the waiver wire outside of the deepest of leagues.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman was the lead back for this team coming into the regular season. That has quickly changed as rookie Michael Carter appears to be the No. 1 option heading into Week 7. Now, Coleman will split up the backup duties with Ty Johnson going forward. It's unlikely that any of these backs are going to have much success against the Patriots defense. Carter could have some low-end deep league value, but both Coleman and Johnson can be avoided. Coleman hasn't seen more than five attempts per game since the season opener. He is certainly a cut-candidate in all formats.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman was the lead back coming into the season. However, that has quickly changed over the last few weeks. The veteran back saw only four carries during Week 5. That is unlikely to change in Week 5 against the Atlanta Falcons. It is a favorable matchup, but Coleman is stuck in a three-back committee. Both Michael Carter and Ty Johnson have seen action on a weekly basis. It sounds like Coleman is going to have a minimal role with multiple options around him. This is a recipe for disaster and Coleman should be avoided for this matchup.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman returned to the field after missing Week 3 due to a non-COVID-related illness. Coleman didn't see much action during the Week 4 win over the Tennessee Titans. He rushed four times for 14 yards and hauled in two receptions for 17 yards through the air. Rookie running back Michael Carter led the team in carries with 13. The Jets running game has been awful all season long and isn't likely going to get better anytime soon. Coleman appears to be a cut candidate in shallower leagues ahead of his Week 5 matchup with the Atlanta Falcons.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman missed last week's game due to a non-COVID related illness. It's assumed that the veteran running back would suit up this week, but the team hasn't said much about the subject. Regardless, the Jets are using a three-back committee, so Coleman won't see a significant amount of snaps. The Tennessee Titans are fairly solid at stopping the rushing attack. Also, the Jets offensive line doesn't give their backs any help on the ground. At this point, Coleman doesn't need to be rostered in most formats because he hasn't done anything to prove himself worth a roster spot.
New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman (illness) was a full practice participant on Friday, but he was ultimately ruled out for Week 3 against the Denver Broncos with a non-COVID-19 illness. Coleman saw just 9.6 percent of the snaps in the Week 2 loss against the New England Patriots, with Michael Carter and Ty Johnson both getting 45.2 percent of the snaps. With Coleman out this weekend, Carter and Johnson should once again split the backfield workload. Carter is the more attractive upside back, but in this offense against a Broncos defense that has allowed just 87 rushing yards and no touchdowns through two weeks, it's hard to recommend any Jets running back as even an RB3/flex in deeper formats.
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