The Facts: According ESPN.com's Vaughn McClure, we shouldn't count out Coleman at running back despite the breakout year Pro Bowler Devonta Freeman had last season.
Diehards Line: The last we heard of Coleman, he was recovering from a concussion after slipping in the shower. The team still firmly believes Coleman has big-play ability -- as long as he gets a handle on his fumbling issues. This is not to say Coleman will overtake Freeman, but Freeman can't afford to let his guard down. As McClure suggests, two quality running backs is a good problem for NFL teams to have (not so much for fantasy owners), so let's see what type of offseason Coleman puts together. Remember last year, both Freeman and Coleman entered the regular season coming off hamstring injuries.