Ty Johnson mostly splits touches with Michael Carter, but does show signs of fantasy value.
After a very disappointing Week 1, Johnson rallied in Week 2 and showed some signs of life. He received 12 carries and turned them into 50 yards. This was good for a 4.2 yard per carry average. His longest run went for 17 yards. Unfortunately, he did not receive a target in the passing game, which limits his fantasy upside. Johnson can be stored on benches in 12-team or larger leagues, but is not yet trustworthy to be put into starting lineups.