maybe not that often, but he DOES seem to go down without much to show for it, more often than the big backs. if your objective is to move the chains he's not the correct playmaker. if your objective is to hit a home run now and then, he's your guy.
I wouldnt have a problem with him getting the ball maybe 5 or 6 times a game if the coaches could draw up plays that would actually work.
The problem is every time he's in at TB, he gets the ball and everyone knows it. Anytime we play good teams, he almost always goes down at or behind the line when he gets the ball. The coaches are horrible at drawing up plays for him and using him in different ways so the D cannot key on him. He might break a long one once every 3 games, but he's gonna go down for a loss about 8 times before he breaks one for a first down and that kills multiple drives vs good teams.
He doesn't need the ball ever on special teams. ford, beckham, or landry should get his touches on special teams. Hell ford needs the ball more at TB more than RS does.