Chris Johnson RB NYJ 5 Days

Johnson had 10 carries for 55 yards in Sunday's win at Tennessee. He was targeted just once as a pass catcher, failing to record a reception.

Outside of a 37-yard run out of the Wildcat formation, Johnson was held in check against his former team. He did outperform Chris Ivory, who had 12 carries for just 25 yards, although Ivory was the one that scored. Johnson has run better lately, but considering he's not catching passes and Ivory is the goal-line back, his upside is capped. Next week, Johnson will get the Patriots.

Chris Johnson RB NYJ 12 Days

Johnson (knee) had 16 carries for 53 rushing yards and two catches on two targets for 13 receiving yards in Sunday's overtime loss to the Vikings.

Johnson finished with the same number of carries as Chris Ivory, though the latter accumulated 20 more yards. The two have split the touches fairly evenly over the past few games, and that doesn't figure to change much in Week 15 against a Titans defense allowing the most rushing yards per game in the NFL this season. However, Johnson may have a little more going for him, as he spent the first six years of his career in Tennessee before they let him go after last season.

Chris Johnson RB NYJ 18 Days

Johnson gained 105 yards on 17 carries in Monday's 16-13 loss to the Dolphins.

Chris Ivory had 16 carries for 62 yards, with Bilal Powell chipping in for four yards on two totes. Wide receivers Jeremy Kerley, Percy Harvin and Greg Salas were also active in the running game, combining for 85 yards and a touchdown on nine carries. Meanwhile, Geno Smith attempted just 13 passes, with five of those coming on the game's final drive. As for Johnson, the veteran running back ripped off a season-long 47-yard run in the first quarter, but he was mostly contained for the rest of the night.

Chris Johnson RB NYJ 18 Days

Johnson (knee) is listed as active for Monday's game against the Dolphins.

Johnson is available if you need him Monday, but as long as he is part of a time-share with Chris Ivory, his fantasy reliability is capped.

Chris Johnson RB NYJ 20 Days

Johnson (knee) is listed as probable for Monday's game against the Dolphins.

The 29-year-old should be fine to give it a go against Miami but will continue to play second fiddle to Chris Ivory in the Jets' middling offense, putting him on the margins of fantasy consideration.

Chris Johnson RB NYJ 25 Days

Johnson had seven carries for 40 yards and three receptions for 22 yards in Monday's 38-3 loss to the Bills.

Chris Ivory had seven carries for 31 yards and three receptions for seven yards, while the New York passing game was completely incompetent. Johnson hasn't reached the end zone since Week 4, and he only has one game with 100 scrimmage yards this season.

Chris Johnson RB NYJ 25 Days

Johnson (knee) is listed as active for Monday's game against the Bills.

Johnson - who was held to 23 yards on seven carries and one catch for 12 yards in his last time out in Week 10 - has been a hit-or-miss fantasy option of late. That's not likely to change much as long as Chris Ivory remains healthy, but there may be a few extra snaps for Johnson on Monday, with Bilal Powell out with an illness.

Chris Johnson RB NYJ 27 Days

Johnson (knee) is listed as probable for Monday's game against the Bills.

The knee doesn't seem to be much of a concern, as Johnson was able to participate in full during the week, but his usage and production have been up and down all season and he now draws the Bills' ninth-ranked run defense. Johnson will likely continue to play second fiddle to Chris Ivory, and Michael Vick and Percy Harvin figure to continue seeing a fair number of carries as well.

Chris Johnson RB NYJ 1 Month

Johnson was held to 23 yards on seven carries in Sunday's victory against Pittsburgh.

Johnson also had a 12-yard catch, while Chris Ivory was busier on the ground (14 carries, 52 yards). As usual, there wasn't much going on in the Jets offense, even in a victory. New York is at Buffalo next week.

Chris Johnson RB NYJ 2 Months

Johnson collected 101 total yards (11-69 rushing, 2-32 receiving) in Sunday's loss at Kansas City.

Meanwhile, Chris Ivory was a non-factor, with just 22 yards on eight carries. Just when you think you're out on Johnson, he drags you back in. Nonetheless, it's hard to feel good about any New York running back against Pittsburgh in Week 10.