6'1'' / 220 lbs
Hall (hamstring) rushed 13 times for 16 yards and caught six of eight targets for 29 yards in Sunday's 13-8 loss to the Falcons.
With defenses stacking the box and the offensive line failing to open up holes, Hall has been bottled up on the ground over the past two months. Since rushing for 117 yards and a touchdown against the Broncos in Week 5, Hall has just 198 rushing yards on 83 carries (2.4 YPC) and one rushing touchdown. Hall has made up for his struggles on the ground with contributions as a pass catcher over that seven-game span, catching 36 of 44 targets for 290 yards and two touchdowns. He didn't seem bothered by the hamstring injury that limited his practice participation leading up to Sunday's loss, and Hall hasn't had fewer than 14 touches in a game since Week 4, so he should continue to see plenty of volume in Week 14 against the Texans.
Hall (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Falcons.
Hall had been listed as questionable heading into the weekend after the hamstring injury rendered him a limited participant in the Jets' first two Week 13 practice sessions, but much of the concern about his status was erased once he practiced fully Friday. Dalvin Cook (shoulder) is also active after being listed as questionable heading into Sunday, but Hall should continue to dominate the snaps and touches out of the backfield so long as the game remains competitive. While drawing more focus from defenses in recent weeks, Hall has struggled to just 2.6 yards per carry over his last six games, but he's seen ample involvement in the passing game during that stretch (30-261-2 receiving line on 36 targets) to help make up for some of his shortcomings as a rusher.
Hall (hamstring) is expected to take the field Sunday versus Atlanta, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Hall is officially listed as questionable for Week 13 despite coming off a full practice session Friday, but things appear to be trending in the right direction for the young running back. Veteran backup Dalvin Cook (shoulder) is also expected to be available Sunday, while Israel Abanikanda (illness) remains questionable. Official word on Hall's status will arrive at least 90 minutes prior to Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff.
Hall (hamstring) was a full participant in practice Friday but remains listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Falcons, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports.
The Jets' top three running backs are all questionable, as Hall's joined by Dalvin Cook (shoulder) and Israel Abanikanda (illness) on the injury report. Of the three, Hall's the only one that mustered a full practice Friday, suggesting he's in good position to handle his usual heavy workload as the Jets' lead back barring a setback. Confirmation on Hall's availability will come approximately 90 minutes before Sunday's game kicks off at 1 p.m. ET.
Hall (hamstring) remained limited at practice Thursday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
With another limited session under his belt, Hall will presumably need to practice fully Friday in order to approach Sunday's game against the Falcons without an injury designation. Assuming he's available this weekend, Hall will be in line to continue to lead the Jets' backfield in Week 13, but if he ends up limited or out versus Atlanta, Dalvin Cook would be next up for the team's carries.
Hall was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice due to a hamstring injury, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
This is Hall's first practice limitation of any kind since September when he was still getting back to full strength from last year's ACL tear. He hasn't found much room to run of late, instead relying on pass-catching production and/or touchdowns to stay alive as a fantasy asset. There wasn't any sign of limitation in a loss to the Dolphins this past Friday, with Hall taking 14 touches for 49 yards while playing 66 percent of snaps on offense. He's finished in the range of 60-70 percent snap share six games in a row, and he'll likely be somewhere around that Sunday against the Falcons if he isn't too bothered by his hamstring.
Hall rushed seven times for 25 yards and caught seven of nine targets for 24 yards in Friday's 34-13 loss to the Dolphins.
New York's offense was no better on the whole in Tim Boyle's first start at quarterback after Zach Wilson's benching, but on a positive note for Hall, Boyle's desire to get the ball out more quickly resulted in Hall tying his season high in targets. New York's banged up and ineffective offensive line isn't opening up any holes, so Hall has been held to fewer than 30 rushing yards in each of the past three games. Hall's seven carries marked his lowest total since Week 4 with the Jets playing catch up, but he's likely to see more volume on the ground in Week 13 against the Falcons while continuing to play a three-down role in New York's backfield.
Hall carried the ball 10 times for 23 yards and caught five of six targets for 50 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 32-6 loss to the Bills.
The running back's nine-yard TD on a pass from Zach Wilson right before halftime accounted for the Jets' only points on the afternoon. New York's stagnant passing game has allowed defenses to stack the box against Hall and prevent him from beating them on the ground, but he's still been able to find some production -- over the last five games, he has just 157 yards and one touchdown rushing, but 237 yards and two scores through the air. It's not yet clear whether coach Robert Saleh will keep Zach Wilson under center in Week 12 against the Dolphins or turn to career backup Tim Boyle, who took over in the second half Sunday, but neither QB is likely to make Hall's life easier.
Hall rushed 13 times for 28 yards while catching all three of his targets for 47 yards in Sunday's 16-12 loss to the Raiders.
Hall had a would-be three-yard rushing touchdown in the second quarter nullified by a holding penalty. The versatile running back has at least 47 receiving yards in three of the past four games, but he hasn't averaged more than 3.3 yards per carry in a game over that span. Hall continues to see plenty of volume in a Jets offense with few playmakers besides him and Garrett Wilson. He has handled at least 16 touches in each of the past five games heading into a Week 11 trip to Buffalo.