Bilal Powell RB NYJ 9 Months

Bilal Powell is expected to battle Daryl Richardson for the Jets' No. 3 tailback job in training camp.

Powell's snaps will be scaled back heavily from last year, when he operated as a committee member and passing-down back alongside Chris Ivory. The Jets claimed Richardson off waivers and signed Chris Johnson, putting Powell on the bubble. The 25-year-old is averaging 3.86 YPC through three NFL seasons.

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Bilal Powell had 21 carries for 76 yards in Sunday's Week 17 win over the Dolphins.

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Bilal Powell rushed eight times for 37 yards in Sunday's Week 15 loss to Carolina.

Powell played on all passing downs and was used in committee with Chris Ivory. He added just four catches for 19 yards, with his best play coming on a 15-yard run up the middle in the second quarter. Powell has only one touchdown this season and remain nothing more than a low-end RB4 for the final week of the fantasy playoffs

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Bilal Powell rushed eight times for 14 yards in Sunday's Week 14 win over the Raiders.

He added one catch for 24 yards. Powell was used on third downs and in a change-of-pace role behind Chris Ivory, finishing with only nine touches. He's averaging just 54 total yards over the last three games and won't be a recommended fantasy option in Week 15 against the Panthers.

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Bilal Powell rushed seven times for 34 yards in Sunday's Week 13 loss to the Dolphins.

He added three catches for 25 yards. Powell was used in a committee and split goal-line work with Chris Ivory, but saw more playing in the second half with the Jets playing from behind. He was targeted five times in the passing game and finished with 10 touches. Powell will be just a low-end RB3/FLEX option in Week 14 against the Raiders.

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Bilal Powell rushed 11 times for 41 yards and caught three balls for 24 yards in the Jets' Week 12 loss to Baltimore.

Powell experienced an uptick in playing time because the Jets fell behind on the scoreboard and he is their passing-down back. Chris Ivory rushed just nine times for 35 yards. Powell's snaps are always dependent on what's happening on the scoreboard, leaving him with very little re-draft-league fantasy value. He won't be a recommended flex play in Week 13 against Miami.

Bilal Powell RB NYJ Aug 14 '79

Bilal Powell rushed nine times for 29 yards and did not catch a pass in Sunday's Week 9 win over the Saints.

Unlike last week, the Jets never trailed by more than eight points and held a lead for the entire second half. Therefore, it was the Chris Ivory show. Owners are going to have to predict how the Jets will fare on a week-to-week basis in order to project running back usage. We suspect they'll have a lead or be close against the Bills in Week 11 (they have a bye in Week 10), making Powell a hands-off fantasy play.

Bilal Powell RB NYJ Aug 08 '79

Bilal Powell rushed for 19 yards on ten carries in Week 8 against the Bengals.

Powell was back in the saddle as the lead dog in the Jets' backfield. It likely had to do with the Jets trailing early and big on the scoreboard. Powell is the team's passing-down and no-huddle back. He also caught four passes for 20 yards. Chris Ivory rushed for just 11 yards on six carries. This is going to be a timeshare moving forward. The Jets host the Saints in Week 9.

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Coach Rex Ryan did not suggest injury as a reason for Bilal Powell's three touches in Sunday's win over the Patriots.

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Bilal Powell carried the ball only three times for six yards in New York's Week 7 win over the Patriots, and was held without a catch.

Just like that, the Jets sent Powell to the bench, giving him three touches to Chris Ivory's 35. It's unclear if Gang Green will stick with the same approach for Week 8 - Ivory averaged only 3.1 yards per carry - but Powell can no longer be considered more than a desperation FLEX option. He doesn't provide the power the Jets suddenly appear to be craving in their run game.