Carey rushed nine time for 50 yards Sunday against the Jaguars.

After seeing just two touches in his return from a hamstring injury in Week 5, Carey was a much bigger part of the game plan against the Jaguars. Although he was on the field for 25 snaps, which was 30 fewer than Jordan Howard, he handled six fewer carries than his counterpart while rushing for 16 more yards. However, Howard was targeted four times to only one for Carey, and he failed to haul in that lone chance. Based on this week's performance, Carey appears to have a role in this backfield, and might function as a flex option for fantasy teams, at least until Jeremy Langford returns from his ankle injury.

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