Wilkins had one reception for no yards and no carries in Sunday's loss at Jacksonville. He played five snaps on offense.
Wilkins has had a very limited reserve role the past five games. He'd need an injury to Marlon Mack or Nyheim Hines to get significant carries over the final four regular-season games.
Wilkins also logged a lost fumble in the game. While it wasn't a banner effort for Wilkins, his role in the Colts' offense could expand in Week 13 if Marlon Mack (concussion) can't play this coming Sunday against the Jaguars. In such a scenario, Wilkins would likely see enough touches behind Nyheim Hines to merit deep league fantasy consideration.
Wilkins had four carries for 30 yards, including an 18-yard touchdown, in Sunday's win over Tennessee.
Wilkins played just 11 snaps on offense compared to 38 for starter Marlon Mack and 16 for Nyheim Hines. Wilkins is still the clear No. 3 back, but could get more of a look with Hines fumbling on a carry (which the Colts recovered) and dropping a pass.
Wilkins had one carry for 53 yards in Sunday's win over the Jaguars. He played just five snaps on offense.
His 53-yard gain was Indy's longest rushing play of the season. However, he otherwise didn't have much of a role in the offense as he's a distant third-string option after Marlon Mack (33 snaps) and Nyheim Hines (20 snaps).
Wilkins had two carries for 14 yards in Sunday's win at Oakland.
Wilkins is the clear No. 3 running back after Marlon Mack and Nyheim Hines as he played just three snaps on offense. He could move back to the bench after the bye if Robert Turbin is able to return from a shoulder injury.
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