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This Week Outlook
Tevin Coleman rushed two times for three yards and caught one pass for one yard during the 49ers 20-12 victory over the Cardinals in Week 16.
With Raheem Mostert (ankle) shutdown for the season, the 49ers turned completely to Jeff Wilson Jr. (23 touches, 204 yards, one touchdown) instead of the committee approach. Coleman has lost all fantasy value that he had heading into the season and he's not even worth a bench spot at this point outside of an injury to Wilson. Next up for Coleman and the 49ers are the Seahawks in Week 17.
Tevin Coleman rushed three times for 11 yards during the 49ers' 33-41 loss to the Cowboys in Week 15.
Coleman has been nonexistent in this offense since returning from injury a couple weeks ago and only got some run because Raheem Mostert (ankle) left early. Jeff Wilson Jr. will likely lead this backfield if Mostert is forced to miss Week 16 and though Coleman may have a small role, he is not a recommended fantasy option.
Tevin Coleman only played two snaps during the 49ers' 15-23 loss to the WFT in Week 14.
Coleman did not receive a touch or a target during his two snaps as he and Jerick McKinnon have completely been fazed out of this backfield now that everyone is healthy. Neither of them will carry any fantasy value barring an injury to Raheem Mostert or Jeff Wilson Jr.
Tevin Coleman rushed two times for negative yardage and did not see a target in the passing game during the 49ers' 24-34 loss to the Bills' on Monday Night Football.
Coleman only played on four snaps as the 49ers' backfield has become the Raheem Mostert/Jeff Wilson Jr. show over the last couple of weeks. Coleman appears to be third in the pecking order, however, as Jerick McKinnon only played on two snaps and didn't receive a single touch. It will likely take an injury for Coleman to be fantasy relevant once again.
49ers RB Tevin Coleman (knee) avoided the injury report on Thursday.
Coleman has dealt with a knee injury in recent weeks but avoiding the injury report and logging a full practice is a good sign for his upcoming availability. Unfortunately for Coleman, running backs Raheem Mostert and Jeff Wilson both returned from IR in Week 12, making Coleman a high-risk Flex option in a favorable matchup against the Bills in Week 13.