• Tevin Coleman

  • RB
  • , San Francisco 49ers
  • 27
  • 206 lbs
  • 5' 11"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Coleman ultimately lost the lead back role to Raheem Mostert, but even as that was happening, he was still the starter from Week 9 to Week 17, and he started the 49ers last two playoff games. It’s not clear what Kyle Shanahan’s plan for the backfield is heading into 2020, but Mostert outgained Coleman 772-to-544 on the same number of carries and had the same number of receiving yards on seven fewer catches. Coleman figures to take a backseat to Mostert, but there’s no guarantee that Shanahan sees his backfield in the same way.

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Scouting report

by Bob Harris

SF RB Tevin Coleman - 2020 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
As SI.com's Grant Cohn put it, "Tevin Coleman should have played well last season for the 49ers, but didn't. ..." Cohn conceded it was Coleman's first season on the team, but having played for HC Kyle Shanahan from 2015 to 2016 in Atlanta, Coleman knew the offense -- one of the most running-back-friendly offenses in the NFL. Plus, he had one of the league's best blockers in George Kittle paving the way for him. The 49ers averaged 5.0 yards per carry whenever Kittle was on the field last season. And yet, somehow Coleman averaged only 4.0 yards per carry in 2019, despite all the advantages the 49ers provided him.

Fantasy Downside
Maybe Coleman never was 100% healthy (he injured his ankle during the season opener). Maybe he wasn't comfortable on a new team. Maybe he will improve this season.

2020 Bottom Line
As of today, however, Coleman is the No. 2 behind Raheem Mostert, who closed the door during Week 13 against the Ravens. After that game, Coleman never had more than five carries from Weeks 14-17. Then, when Mostert suffered a calf injury against the Vikings in the playoffs, Coleman looked like the player the Niners were hoping for when they signed him in free agency. Remember: Jerick McKinnon, who hopes to return from a knee injury this season, and Jeff Wilson both remain on the roster although Matt Breida was traded to the Dolphins.

2020 Strength of Schedule - SF

W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
18
ARI
11
@NYJ
22
@NYG
6
PHI
26
MIA
13
LAR
4
@NE
16
@SEA
24
GB
3
@NO
BYE13
@LAR
17
BUF
30
WAS
15
@DAL
18
@ARI
16
SEA

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2019 Game Stats

WeekOppRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRSTDPPRSnaps%
1@TB623003.832330316.505.67.618/6826.5%
2@CIN--------------
3PIT--------------
4BYE--------------
5CLE1697106.0600000.0015.715.726/7634.2%
6@LAR1845102.50216038.0012.114.143/7855.1%
7@WAS2062003.102-102-0.506.18.142/6465.6%
8CAR11105309.55213126.5035.837.832/6747.8%
9@ARI1223001.92213046.503.65.641/7455.4%
10SEA940004.44432048.007.211.244/8850.0%
11ARI1214001.173480416.006.29.238/7749.4%
12GB1139103.55210045.0010.912.929/4860.4%
13@BAL56001.2019019.001.52.510/5717.5%
14@NO36002.0000000.000.60.611/6716.4%
15ATL4400010.0000010.004.04.019/6429.7%
16LAR533006.6000000.003.33.324/5742.1%
17@SEA511002.2017027.001.82.815/5030.0%
Per game9.7938.860.4303.971.5012.860.072.148.578.179.6728.00/66.7941.44%
Totals137544603.97211801308.57114.4135.4392/93541.44%
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