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Fantasy Football 2019: Tevin Coleman Highlights Week 15 Cut Report

Roster spots are precious!  If you are still reading this you are either a fantasy football junkie, or you are in the playoffs… or both. Regardless, navigating the regular season, especially one as tumultuous as this one, can feel like a labyrinth of forks in the road. For help continuing to find your way out of the maze and hoisting your fantasy football trophy at the end of the season, check out our start, sit, and streamers. As for who you can safely cut/hate cut… check it out below.

Derek Carr

Carr has not been great the last half of the season.  He wasn’t exactly lighting the world on fire to begin with.  On the season, Carr has only thrown for 3,106 yards with 18 touchdowns and 8 interceptions.  That’s a decent 221.9 yards per game but just barely over a touchdown per game.  Carr provides little upside and has a tough championship week matchup against the Chargers stingy secondary.  The fantasy playoffs command high floor quarterbacks with decent to high upside.  That’s just not Carr.

Honorable Mention QBs: Kyle Allen, Sam Darnold

Tevin Coleman

Yeah, this guy fooled a lot of fantasy players, including yours truly.  After returning from an early season injury it looked like Coleman was going to be a league winner.  That proved to be fools gold as Coleman, once again, jerked the rug out from under the feet of his fantasy owners.  This past week Coleman only ran the ball three times for six yards and was a forgotten soul in the passing game (zero targets)!  Meanwhile, Raheem Mostert has been crushing and appears to have a lock on the lead back job. Tell Coleman to hit the bricks and let him become someone else’s problem this season.

Honorable Mention RBs: Sony Michel, Jonathan Williams, Chase Edmonds

Tyrell Williams

It appears as if the Raiders have nothing left to play for.  Josh Jacobs appears to be getting shut down for the rest of the season.  Williams provided a decently steady supply of touchdowns during the first half of the regular season but has fizzled out the last half.  Against the Titans, who were without multiple starting defensive pieces, Williams still put up a stinker.  Williams only caught three of four targets for 35 yards in perfect weather conditions.  Without a safe yards floor and being completely boom bust, depending on touchdowns, Williams cannot be started and, therefore, belongs off your roster.  Free the gazelle.

Honorable Mention WRs: Curtis Samuel, Jamison Crowder, Josh Gordon

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