by Robert Lorge | Sun, Dec 26th 5:53pm EST
Tevin Coleman received 14 carries, but was only able to produce 57 scoreless yards on the ground. He also finished with one catch on one target for four yards.
Coleman has largely operated as Carter's back up and that was true again in the Jets' Week 16 victory over the Jaguars. The Jaguars' defense struggled to stop the Jets on the ground, which allowed the Jets to stay committed to the ground game. The former 49er offers very little value in the passing game, which limits his fantasy value. Since Carter is the primary running back, Coleman needs a positive game script so he can stay involved. He's a worthwhile handcuff for any fantasy manager who rosters Carter, but his value is minimal.