Tevin Coleman, Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints

Last week Coleman had 125 all-purpose yards against a solid Panthers defense and this week will remain a strong flex play because of another quality matchup against the Falcons. Yes, they’ve yet to allow a 100-yard rusher but the Falcons haven’t seen a running back with the kind of speed that Coleman possesses. They’ve ran up against pounders and plodders in Peyton Barber and Carlos Hyde, but Coleman offers the versatility and the ability to stay on the field as a three-down back. Look for at least 15 touches and plenty of carries if the Falcons can keep the offense rolling early. – Ernie Estrella