Mack had seven carries for 28 yards, including a one-yard touchdown, in Sunday's win over Houston.
The Colts stuck with Frank Gore as the primary ball carrier all season even though at age 34 he's unlikely to return next season and Mack could be the future starter. Mack had 358 yards rushing and four total touchdowns in his rookie season. He had just a 3.8 YPC, but showed explosiveness and could be poised to become the starter if Gore doesn't return.
Mack had four carries for 17 yards and two receptions for 37 yards on two targets in Saturday's loss at Baltimore.
The Colts never decreased starter Frank Gore's workload to give Mack an extended look in an effort to evaluate him for 2018. It's possible Mack could be featured more in the team's final game next week against Houston, but we wouldn't count on it.
Mack carried six times for 14 yards and failed to bring in his only target in Thursday's 25-13 loss to the Broncos.
Neither Mack nor Frank Gore got much work on the ground in a game that the Colts trailed for the majority of the second half. The rookie hasn't topped 46 rushing yards since Week 3, but much of that lackluster production can be directly correlated to his lack of opportunity -- factoring in Thursday's workload Mack has only tallied double-digit carries once over the last nine contests. With the Colts playing out the string and Gore wrapping up his age-34 season, the 21-year-old could potentially see a bump in touches over the final two contests of the campaign.
Mack carried seven times for 23 yards and caught two of three targets for an additional 21 yards during Sunday's 13-7 loss to the Bills.
The offensive game plan centered around the ground game due to the ongoing snowstorm, allowing Mack to finish second on the team in touches and scrimmage yards. He still mustered just 3.3 yards per carry against one of the worst run defenses in the NFL and saw Frank Gore touch the ball a whopping 37 times ahead of him. Mack should continue to play a part in Thursday's game against the Broncos, but the presence of Gore and the overall ineffectiveness of the Colts offense limits his fantasy appeal.
Mack had six carries for 46 yards and one reception for eight yards in Sunday's 30-10 loss at Jacksonville.
Mack played 30 snaps on offense, which was more than starter Frank Gore's 22 snaps as he got playing time late amid a blowout loss. Although Gore is still getting the bulk of carries, it's possible Mack could see more work in the final few games of the season as the team looks toward 2018.
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