Gallman rushed 14 times for 38 yards and did not catch either of his two targets during Sunday's 40-16 win over Washington.
Gallman saw as many rushing attempts as fellow running back Saquon Barkley during Sunday's blowout win, but did not garner production anywhere close to the rookie's 197 scrimmage yards. The difference in talent between Gallman and Barkley is evident, but it's at least encouraging that Gallman has secured the No. 2 role in New York's backfield. The second-year pro out of Clemson does not warrant fantasy consideration other than as a handcuff to Barkley, and is unlikely to see as many touches against the Titans in Week 15.
Gallman had five carries for 16 yards and caught one of two targets for minus-2 yards in Sunday's 30-27 win over the Bears.
Gallman logged exactly five carries and two targets for the second straight game. The second-year pro saw a slight increase in offensive snaps (15) Week 13, but for fantasy purposes has little value other than as a backup to workhorse Saquon Barkley.
Gallman managed 25 yards on five carries and caught two passes for minus-2 yards in Sunday's 25-22 loss to the Eagles.
Gallman continues to see limited opportunities behind workhorse Saquon Barkley,with the 14 snaps Gallman received Sunday actually marking his highest total since Week 6. The second-year back out of Clemson should be viewed as little more than a handcuff to Barkley for fantasy purposes.
Gallman had two carries for 11 yards and caught both his targets for 24 yards Sunday against the Bucs.
It's possible Jonathan Stewart (foot) returns from IR soon, but Gallman is the most likely back to inherit Saquon Barkley's carries were Barkley to get hurt.
Gallman carried the ball twice for three total yards during Monday's 27-23 win over the 49ers.
The two touches were Gallman's largest haul since Week 6. Gallman showed some promise as a rookie in 2017, but has taken a seat in the way back for the Saquon Barkley Show. Gallman has accounted for less than 10 percent of the Giants' carries this season and has not topped 45 total yards or scored a touchdown in a game this season. Tampa Bay, Sunday's opponent, features a pretty average run defense giving up 4.4 yards per carry, but Gallman is unlikely to get enough carries to take advantage.
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