Tevin Coleman had just eight carries, but was able to rack up 50 yards, good for a 6.25 yard per carry average. He didn't find the end zone and was not targeted in the passing game.
Coleman has very little upside inside one of the worst offenses in the NFL. While Coleman may continue to see 8–12 carries per game, he's unlikely to see much action in the passing game. Scoring opportunities will be few and far in between. Coleman is best used in standard-scoring leagues and is nothing more than an RB4. He offers almost no weekly ceiling.