Tevin Coleman received 16 carries that he took for a modest 67 scoreless yards. He received three targets, catching two of them for three yards.
Coleman was signed in the off-season to be the Jets' No.1 runner, until at least Michael Carter could take over. Over the past few weeks, that's exactly what happened, but when Carter went on IR, it opened the door for Coleman to be relevant again. Most fantasy managers were expecting Ty Johnson to inherit a bigger workload, but the coaching staff went back to their offseason acquisition. Despite the positive development, Coleman is nothing more than a desperation play at running back during Carter's IR stint.