2014 DRAFT GUIDE
By Jeff Paur
Senior Fantasy Writer
Realtime Fantasy Sports

Running Backs:

When it comes to fantasy, the running back position is a top priority. And this will be the case even more this season. The top four or so backs really stand out over the other options. These guys will go fast come draft day, and teams having them will have an advantage over their opponents. There just aren't that many elite backs any more, especially with more teams using a two-back approach or throwing on nearly every down.

But there are other options out there with potential after those top guys are gone. Who is the Zac Stacy of this season? There are several players capable of having that breakout season, including Ben Tate, Toby Gerhart and Andre Ellington. There is a drop off after the top guys, so finding one of these diamonds in the rough is as important as ever for fantasy teams in 2014.

Updated: 07/28/14
 #1  Jamaal Charles$39  Yr: 2013  TDs: 12  Yds: 1287  Rush: 259Kansas CityBye: 6 
 
Player News:
Charles was a force in the Chiefs new offense, having a career season. He had more than 1,900 total yards and scored 19 touchdowns. He was the centerpiece of the offense, getting tons of looks rushing and receiving. And Charles had these great numbers despite being resting the last game of the season. He was maybe the best overall back in the game in 2013. Charles has 1,000-yard rushing seasons four of five years but last season was his first with double-digit scores. Charles has top speed, great moves and even runs with some power despite weighing less than 200 pounds. He is the complete package at running back. Charles also catches the ball well, having 27 or more receptions in each of his full seasons. He had a career high 70 receptions last season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Charles is our top rated back for this coming season. He'll have a hard time matching his touchdown totals from last season but you still have to like him for 15 or so touchdowns with around 2,000 total yards. He is a force in PPR formats because of his reception potential in this offense.

 #2  Adrian Peterson$38  Yr: 2013  TDs: 10  Yds: 1266  Rush: 279MinnesotaBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Peterson didn't have quite the season as expected but battled some injury issues, which hampered his play. He needed surgery on his groin after the season but will be just fine for the coming year. But even with that all said, his numbers were still solid. He topped the 1,000-yard mark once again and scored 11 touchdowns. And he posted these numbers despite not really playing the last four games of the year. Peterson had five 100-yard games. Peterson has seven 1,000-yard seasons and double-digit touchdowns every year in the NFL. Peterson is as explosive as any back in the game. He looks like a man among boys. Peterson can run over tacklers but also has great speed to break a big play every time he touches the ball. Peterson also is an improving receiver, having 20-plus receptions five times during his career. Peterson is 29 years old but hasn't shown much signs of slowing down. He keeps himself in great shape and has always rebounded from injury very quickly.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Peterson is a top-three pick come draft day. He is getting older, which is a concern, and battled injury some the last few years, but his upside remains huge. Plus, he posts very consistent numbers. We still think he is a good bet for 1,800 total yards and 14 or so touchdowns. He remains as good as any fantasy back in the game.

 #3  Eddie Lacy$32  Yr: 2013  TDs: 11  Yds: 1178  Rush: 284Green BayBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Lacy had a big rookie season, doing a great job as the workhorse back for the Packers. Lacy topped the 1,000-yard mark and scored 11 touchdowns in the high-powered Packers offense. Lacy had four 100-yard games and also got more work in the passing game than expected, catching 35 passes. He had more than 1,400 total yards and even missed a game because of injury. Lacy is set to be the top back in this offense for years to come. Lacy has great size for the position and runs with a lot of power. He isn't a finesse back but has pretty good moves in space but does his best work between the tackles. He also isn't a bad receiver as evident by his reception total his rookie season. Lacy isn't a top big-play back but will break off some long runs in this top offense.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Lacy is going to be a top fantasy back this season. He'll only get better as he grows in this offense and learns the system even better. We consider him a top-five pick for 2014. He can get around 1,800 total yards and 14 or so touchdowns. Lacy is the real deal and should be a fantasy force for seasons to come.

 #4  LeSean McCoy$32  Yr: 2013  TDs: 9  Yds: 1607  Rush: 314PhiladelphiaBye: 7 
 
Player News:
McCoy rebounded from a down season to have maybe the best season of his career in the Eagles new fast-paced offense. McCoy had topped 2,000 total yards and scored 11 touchdowns. He led the NFL in rushing by almost 300 yards. McCoy had seven 100-yard games and caught 52 passes. He did it all in the offense for the Eagles. McCoy has 1,000-yard rushing seasons three of his last four and double-digit scores two of three years. McCoy is 26 years old and in the prime of his career. McCoy is an elusive back with great hands. He just makes plays in space. McCoy also is a much better runner these days between the tackles, making some tough runs throughout the past few seasons. He is the centerpiece of Chip Kelly's offense, giving him a ton of touches per game.

Fantasy Outlook:  
McCoy is a top-three fantasy back. He has huge upside in this offense. His touchdown numbers aren't quite those of the other elite backs but he probably has more yardage potential than those games. McCoy is a pretty good bet to top 2,000 total yards once again and score 13 or so touchdowns. You can't go too wrong with McCoy as your No. 1 back. We love his consistency.

 #5  Matt Forte$28  Yr: 2013  TDs: 9  Yds: 1339  Rush: 289ChicagoBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Forte had a career season, setting highs in rushing yards, receptions, receiving yards and tied for a career high in touchdowns. He was a great fit in the Bears new offense and got tons of touches as a rusher and a receiver. He also got more goal-line work, which was another positive. Forte finished with 12 touchdowns. Forte had five 100-yard rushing games and more than 100 total yards 12 of 16 games. He was as consistent as any back in the game. Forte has 1,000-yard rushing seasons four of six. He has more than 1,000 total yards every season in the NFL. He is 28 years old but has more than 300 carries just once during his career, so he doesn't have a ton of wear and tear just yet. Forte has good size and runs hard. He isn't a huge big-play back but will make some big plays. He'll churn out some tough yards and make a lot of plays out of the backfield as a receiver. Forte is a solid overall NFL back. He'll continue to get plenty of work in this offense.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Forte is an elite fantasy back. He should be considered in that top group and is a top-five pick come draft day. He has huge yardage potential and is a good bet for double-digit scores once again. We would expect a little bit of a dip in yardage this season but not a whole lot. Expect around 1,800 total yards and 13 or so touchdowns.

 #6  Giovani Bernard$25  Yr: 2013  TDs: 5  Yds: 695  Rush: 170CincinnatiBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Bernard split the work at running back his rookie season but did very well in this role. He topped 1,000 total yards and scored eight touchdowns. He didn't have a single 100-yard rushing game but had 56 receptions and averaged more than four yards per carry. His role should be even bigger from day one in 2014. Bernard should get more carries and maybe even the goal-line work. Bernard doesn't have great size at running back but has quick feet and does well in space. He does run pretty well between the tackles despite not being the biggest back, though. He also catches the ball very well out of the backfield. He might not have the ideal size to be an every-down back but looked like a guy that could carry the load last season. He had double-digit touches all but three games.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Bernard is just outside of that elite group of running backs but still might be a first-round pick. His value is on the upswing. He gets plenty of work in the passing game and should get even more touches as a runner this season. He can get 1,600 total yards and around double-digit scores.

 #7  Le'Veon Bell$25  PittsburghBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Bell missed the first three games of his rookie season because of injury but played very well once he got on the field. He was the top back for the Steelers and did it all for them, finishing with nearly 1,300 total yards and eight touchdowns. He was a very consistent producer in the offense, having double-digit carries every game. Bell is going to be the top back for the Steelers for years to come. Bell is a big back with strength and speed. He will run over defenders but also has good moves in space. Bell made good strides as a pass protector last season, which will help him play even more this coming season. Bell isn't a polished pass catcher but is also making big strides in this area.

Fantasy Outlook: Hot
Injury Concern Bell can be an elite fantasy back. He can carry the load and also do well in the passing game. He is the real deal for fantasy teams. We think he is a legit first-round pick. He can get 1,600 total yards and 12 touchdowns in a good Steelers' offense.

 #8  Montee Ball$23  Yr: 2013  TDs: 4  Yds: 559  Rush: 120DenverBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Ball wasn't the starter his rookie season but got plenty of chances and seemed to get strong as the season progressed. He had a solid rookie season in a reserve role, getting 704 total yards and four touchdowns. He averaged an impressive 4.7 yards per yards per carry and even had a 100-yard game despite not getting more than 15 carries in any game. His role should be bigger from day one this season. Ball is expected to be the lead back for the Broncos. Ball is an every-down back that runs hard and does well between the tackles. He isn't a flashy back but hits the hole in a hurry and churns out the yards. He lacks a little breakaway speed, though, but still made some big plays at times last season. Ball catches the ball pretty well out of the backfield but needs to continue to improve as a blocker to complete gain the trust of Peyton Manning.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Ball's stock is on the rise. He has a very good chance to top 1,000-rushing yards and get double-digit touchdowns. Just look at what Knowshon Moreno did last season. Ball can match that, making him a low-end No. 1 for fantasy teams. He is a late first round or early second round pick.

 #9  DeMarco Murray$23  Yr: 2013  TDs: 9  Yds: 1121  Rush: 217DallasBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Murray finally had his breakout season. He did miss some time because of injury once again but still managed his first 1,000-yard season and finished with nearly 1,500 total yards and 10 touchdowns in 14 games. He had three 100-yard games and more than 70-rushing yards eight of 14 games. He was a consistent factor even though the Cowboys had a pass-first offense once again. Murray has durability issues, failing to play a full season all three years he has been in the league. He is a difference maker when in the lineup, though. Murray is the complete package at running back. He is a home-run threat every time he touches the ball. Murray isn't a huge back but has decent strength. He has elite speed and great moves in the open field. Murray also is a very good receiver out of the backfield as evident by his career-high 53 receptions last season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Health is the big issue with Murray. But if he plays a full season, he can be an elite fantasy back. The Cowboys can be pass-first but did lean on the run a little more last season, which is encouraging. Expect Murray to get 1,600 total yards ands and double-digit scores. Take him as a low-end No. 1 back, though, because of his injury history.

 #10  Alfred Morris$22  Yr: 2013  TDs: 7  Yds: 1275  Rush: 276WashingtonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
The entire Redskins' offense struggled last year, which led to a down season for Morris. His overall numbers weren't bad by any means but he didn't have quite as many big games as his rookie year. He did top 1,300 total yards, though, and score seven touchdowns. He had just three 100-yard rushing games and his season high yardage total was 139. Morris has two straight 1,000-yard seasons and remains the top back for the Redskins. Morris does have a new offense to learn, which is a little bit of a concern because he was a great fit for the offense the past two seasons. Morris sets up his blocks well and is great between the tackles. He doesn't have breakaway speed but enough to make some big plays. Morris isn't much of a receiver, though, having 20 receptions in two seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Morris is a top-10 fantasy back. He can improve on last season and get around 1,600 total yards and 12 or so touchdowns. This offense will be better with a new regime in charge and Robert Griffin a year removed from his major knee surgery. His value is a lot less in PPR formats, though, because he rarely catches the ball.

 #11  Zac Stacy$21  Yr: 2013  TDs: 7  Yds: 973  Rush: 250St LouisBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Stacy had a great rookie season. He didn't open the season as the starter but took over that role in about Week 5 and never looked back. He had double-digit carries the rest of the way and finished just 27 yards shy of a 1,000-yard season. He had more than 1,000 total yards and scored eight touchdowns. He had four 100-yard games and was very consistent in the Rams run-first approach. Stacy seems a great fit for the Rams offense. He isn't a flashy runner but does a good job of hitting the hole in a hurry and is a good one-cut runner. He gets downhill in a hurry. Stacy does lack a little big-play ability because of just so-so speed at the running back spot. He also is a capable receiver, catching 26 passes last season. Stacy is the favorite to open the season as the Rams No. 1 back but isn't a shoe-in to keep that job despite last year. He'll need to continue to get better.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Stacy was a big help for fantasy teams last year and will have a lot more value heading into this year. You have to like his potential in this offense. As long as he plays all year, he can hit the 1,000-yard mark and score double-digit touchdowns. He is setup to be a low-end No. 1 or top No. 2 back.

 #12  Marshawn Lynch$21  Yr: 2013  TDs: 12  Yds: 1257  Rush: 301SeattleBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Lynch had another big season as the lead back for the Super Bowl champion Seahawks. Lynch had more than 1,500 total yards and 14 touchdowns. He did just top 100-rushing yards three times, though, so he didn't have quite as many huge games as the previous year. He did find the end zone all but seven games, including five of his last seven games. Lynch has three straight 1,000 yard, double-digit touchdown seasons with the Seahawks. And at age 28, Lynch still has some good seasons left as the Seahawks No. 1 back. Lynch is a big back with top speed and big-play ability. He also is a pretty good receiver out of the backfield. He used to battle consistency issues but that doesn't seem to be an issue anymore.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Lynch is getting older but doesn't have a ton of carries under his belt at this stage of his career. We still think he'll post his usual top numbers this season. He has another season or two left playing at this high level. Lynch is a top No. 1 back because of his consistent yards and high touchdown totals. He seems setup for a season with around 1,600 total yards and 14 touchdowns.

 #13  Doug Martin$21  Yr: 2013  TDs: 1  Yds: 456  Rush: 127Tampa BayBye: 7 
 
Player News:
Martin lasted just six games last season before landing on Injured Reserve because of a torn labrum. The good news is the injury was to his shoulder and not his knee. He should make a strong recovery from this injury and be just fine for 2014. Martin wasn't doing a whole lot before getting injured, having 522 total yards and just one touchdown in six games. He also had a big game in Week 2 (144 yards), so his numbers were really down the rest of the year. Martin has a lot of talent, though, and will be the top back in this offense. And a new offensive coordinator should help his production for the coming season. He should get plenty of chances as a runner and receiver. Remember, he had nearly 2,000 total yards and 12 touchdowns his rookie season. Martin is a complete package at running back. He does well between the tackles but also has the speed to break plays to the outside. He isn't a huge back but runs with some power and has good moves in the open field. He also is a good receiver out of the backfield, giving him another way to touch the ball often.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Martin is a good buy-low candidate. We love his potential in this offense. He can get 1,800 or so total yards and 10 touchdowns in this offense. He remains a top-10 fantasy back in our eyes. Martin has huge upside at the running back spot. He could be a great get for fantasy teams in the second rounds of drafts this season.

 #14  Arian Foster$19  Yr: 2013  TDs: 1  Yds: 542  Rush: 121HoustonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Foster landed seven games because of a back injury, which eventually required surgery. He didn't produce too badly before getting injured, having two 100-yard games and 725 total yards with two touchdowns. Foster is 28 years old and battled injury the last few seasons. He has a ton of carries under his belt and you have to wonder how much he really has left in the tank. He will be the No. 1 back in this offense as long as he is healthy, though. When healthy, Foster is a complete back. The Texans will change offenses this season with a new coach in place but expect the team to remain run heavy, which is good news for Foster. Foster has size, speed, vision and plus hands. He does a great job of setting his blocks and hitting the hole in a hurry.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Injury Concern Foster isn't near the back of the last few years. He is an injury risk on the downside of his career. We still think he can top 1,000 yards but don't expect him to be a top-five fantasy back any more. He is more a low-end No. 1 or top No. 2 at this stage of his career. He can get around 1,200 total yards and 10 touchdowns.

 #15  C.J. Spiller$19  Yr: 2013  TDs: 2  Yds: 933  Rush: 202BuffaloBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Spiller was supposed to have a breakout season last year, but that wasn't the case as he battled consistency issues and an ankle injury. He did top 1,000 total yards but scored just two touchdowns. He had four 100-yard games but six games with fewer than 50-rushing yards. His season was all over the map. Spiller has just one 1,000-yard rushing season under his belt. He has a ton of talent but battled nagging injuries and consistency much of his career. Spiller is a dynamic player because of his speed and big-play ability. He does lack the ideal bulk for an every-down back but has shown the last few years he can handle starter duties. Spiller also does well as a receiver, catching 139 passes in four seasons. He is the complete package at running back for the Bills.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Spiller has a ton of talent and upside at the running back spot but carries a lot of risk for fantasy teams. You just don't know what you'll get from him. He has top-five talent but hasn't put it all together just yet. We aren't sure he does it this year, either. He likely will be boom or bust. Consider him a high-end No. 2 back. We like him for around 1,400 total yards and nine or so touchdowns.

 #16  Andre Ellington$17  Yr: 2013  TDs: 3  Yds: 652  Rush: 118ArizonaBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Ellington had a breakout rookie season. He was the top change-of-pace for the Cardinals and even got work running the ball, having more than 100 carries. He finished with more than 1,000 total yards and four touchdowns. He caught an impressive 39 passes and averaged 5.5 yards per carry. Ellington had at least two catches all but a game last season. He is going to be a factor in this offense for years to come. He should get more chances to run the ball this season and serve as the lead back for the Cardinals. Ellington has top speed and moves for the running back spot and catches the ball well out of the backfield. He lacks the ideal size to be an every-down back but played well with his rushing chances last season. Ellington is a playmaker that can make big plays, especially when given space to run.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Ellington kind of flew under the radar last year but he had a great rookie season. Expect more of the same in his second year. He deserves plenty of playing time in this offense. Expect a potential breakout season with around 1,500 total yards and 60 receptions. His touchdown potential is a bit of a concern, though, which hurts his value some. But you still have to consider him a low-end No. 1 back or top No. 2 for fantasy teams.

 #17  Joique Bell$16  Yr: 2013  TDs: 8  Yds: 650  Rush: 166DetroitBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Bell had a breakout season as the top backup for the Lions. He got a ton of work as a runner and receiver, finishing with more than 1,100 total yards and eight touchdowns. Bell was the goal-line back most of the time and a big plus for the passing game, catching 53 passes. Bell could get even more chances this season with Reggie Bush another year older. Bell might be the future at running back for the Lions. Bell has pretty good size for the running back spot and does well between the tackles. He doesn't have elite speed to make a bunch of plays to the outside but does well with his skill set. Bell is a great receiver out of the backfield and does well in short-yardage situations.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Bell is going to have a hard time repeating last year but he can come close. We expect him to get plenty of work once again. He'll get around double-digit touches per week and most of the goal-line chances in a good offense. Expect around 1,000 total yards and double-digit touchdowns. Bell is a legit No. 2 back for fantasy teams.

 #18  Ben Tate$16  Yr: 2013  TDs: 4  Yds: 771  Rush: 181ClevelandBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Tate didn't have a career season last year but played very well before missing the last few games because of a rib injury. Tate finished the year with more than 900 total yards. He got plenty of starts because of injury to Arian Foster. Tate also set career highs in the passing game, catching 34 passes. He proved he could be a capable option out of the backfield. Tate has more than 900 total yards two of three seasons. He is ready for a bigger role, taking over as the No. 1 back for the Browns. He is a one-cut runner that hits the hole in a hurry and can get to the next level with little effort. Tate also has good size, giving him the ability to run over would-be tacklers. And as mentioned, Tate is an improved pass catcher, which helps his chances to be a three-down back.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Tate has good potential in a starting role. He can be a top fantasy back if all goes well. Tate isn't a sure thing by any means but you have to love his upside. We think he can get 1,400 total yards and nine or so touchdowns. Consider him a low-end No. 1 back or top No. 2 as the workhorse back for the Browns.

 #19  Chris Johnson$16  Yr: 2013  TDs: 6  Yds: 1077  Rush: 279New York JetsBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Johnson had another up and down season as the lead back for the Titans. He did top 1,000-rushing yards, though, and scored 10 touchdowns. But his 3.9 yards per carry was the lowest total of his career. He still wasn't consistent, which has been his issues the last few seasons. Johnson had just two 100-yard games and seven games with fewer than 50-rushing yards. The good news is he has topped 1,000-rushing yards every season in the NFL. He turns 29 before the start of the season, though, and seems to have lost a bit of his explosion. He didn't make as many big plays last season. Johnson also has nearly 1,800 carries under his belt. He heads to the Jets this season and might be in more of a timeshare with his play in recent seasons, which probably won't be a bad thing for him. Johnson still has plus speed and great moves in the open field. He also runs with a little power for a back of his size. Johnson also is a very good receiver, catching at least 36 passes each of his first six seasons in the league. But as mentioned, he has lacked consistency the last few seasons, not playing near the level of early in his career.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Fantasy owners might be a little too down on him. His production hasn't been awful the last few years but inconsistent, causing for some disgruntled owners. But with that said, he might have a hard time hitting the 1,000-yard rushing mark once again. He should get around 1,100 total yards and eight or so touchdowns, making him a No. 2 back for fantasy teams. Don't consider him the elite fantasy back of earlier in his career, especially with his move to New York. The Jets' offense isn't very exciting.

 #20  Toby Gerhart$15  Yr: 2013  TDs: 2  Yds: 283  Rush: 36JacksonvilleBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Gerhart once again played behind superstar Adrian Peterson last season and didn't get a whole lot of chances in that role. He did get a chance to finally start because of injury but injured his hamstring, so didn't last long in that starting role. Gerhart made a lot of big plays with his 36 carries, though, averaging 7.9 yards per carry. This was a career best for Gerhart, who takes over the starting duties for the Jaguars this season. He'll be the No. 1 back in this offense. Gerhart lacks breakaway speed, but is a very good between the tackles runner that does well in finishing his runs. He isn't a bad receiver out of the backfield or blocker, which helps his case to find the field. Gerhart might not be the best athlete on the field, but he is a gamer.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Gerhart has a chance for his most work to date and is worth a look as a low-end No. 2 or 3 fantasy back. He isn't going to produce huge numbers but can churn out the yards and score some touchdowns, getting the majority of carries in an offense that likes to run the ball. He could get 1,200 or so total yards and eight touchdowns.

 #21  Stevan Ridley$14  Yr: 2013  TDs: 7  Yds: 773  Rush: 178New EnglandBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Ridley battled fumbling issues once again and saw a dip in production because of this. He was benched at times and eased back into action once allowed to find the field once again. He lost two fumbles last year and has five lost fumbles the past two seasons. The Patriots won't give him consistent work unless he can hold onto the ball. Ridley did produce well when playing, though. He ran for nearly 800 yards and scored seven touchdowns in 14 games. He topped the 1,000-yard mark the previous season. Ridley has a chance to emerge as the lead back once again but won't be handed anything at this point. He will have to earn the trust of the coaching staff once again. Ridley isn't a huge back but runs with power and does well in space. He excels between the tackles as a runner. He isn't much of a receiver, though, having 19 receptions in three seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Ridley is a big risk this coming season after finding the bench at times last year. You just don't know how much he'll play at this point. But if he is the top back in this offense, Ridley has huge upside. So he is worth a shot as a low-end No. 2 or No. 3 back. For now, expect around 1,000 total yards and eight touchdowns. We aren't giving up on him yet. He certainly has the talent to be a top back in this league.

 #22  Ryan Mathews$13  Yr: 2013  TDs: 6  Yds: 1255  Rush: 285San DiegoBye: 10 
 
Player News:
It took plenty of time but Mathews finally lived up to the hype last season. He played a full season for the first time in his career and set a career high in rushing yards. He topped the 1,000-yard mark for the second time in three seasons. Mathews had six 100-yard games and was much more consistent than recent seasons for the Chargers. His reception totals were down some, though, with Danny Woodhead in the mix. Mathews caught just 26 passes for 189 yards. Mathews runs with power, but also has good speed and explosiveness, a rare combination at running back. Mathews doesn't have great moves in the open field but still has some big-play ability. Mathews does well as a blocker and is a capable receiver. He is an injury risk, playing a full season just once in four seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Mathews is always a risk because of his injury history but last season showed he can be a valuable fantasy player. We think he can finish with similar numbers. Just don't expect big reception or touchdown totals, which hurt his value some. He is more of a No. 2 fantasy back. He can get 1,400 total yards and seven or so touchdowns.

 #23  Bishop Sankey$13  TennesseeBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Sankey lands in the best situation of all the rookie backs. He has a real shot to start this season, competing with Shonn Greene for the job. Sankey isn't a huge back but runs well inside and has the elite speed to make big plays to the outside. He also catches the ball well and was a workhorse back in college, getting a lot of touches per game. Sankey will need to try not to make the big play every time he touches the ball.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Sankey is our top rated rookie back. He has some real potential as the lead back for the Titans, a role he should serve this season. He can top 1,000 total yards and score six or so touchdowns. He is worth a shot as a top No. 3 back or flex option for fantasy teams.

 #24  Rashad Jennings$12  Yr: 2013  TDs: 6  Yds: 733  Rush: 163New York GiantsBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Jennings had a career season, his first with the Raiders. He eventually took over the starting duties for the team and kept the job even when Darren McFadden got healthy. Jennings finished with more than 1,000 total yards, setting career highs in rushing, receiving, receptions and touchdowns. Jennings had two 100-yard games and averaged a solid 4.5 yards per carry. He was a very consistent producer in the offense, showing he could be a starter in this league. Jennings is 29 years old, though, so his window for starting might be about to close. He probably is best suited in a platoon situation at running back but will get a shot to start for the Giants this season. Jennings has been a solid third-down back throughout much of his career. He has good hands for the passing game and big-play ability. He also displays very good speed. Jennings doesn't run with a ton of power, though, and isn't great between the tackles but made improvements in both those areas last season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Jennings is going to have a hard time repeating last season. We don't see it happening. But even with that said, he can be productive for fantasy teams. He can get around 900 total yards and five touchdowns, making him worth a look as a No. 3 or 4 fantasy back. We just don't see him running away with the starter's job in New York.

 #25  Reggie Bush$12  Yr: 2013  TDs: 4  Yds: 1006  Rush: 223DetroitBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Bush had some fumbling issues his first season with the Lions but had a very productive season otherwise. He hit the 1,000-yard rushing mark and had more than 1,500 total yards. He pretty much did what was expected, serving as the lead back and a top receiver out of the backfield. He even missed two games because of injury and still produced those great numbers. Joique Bell did take much of the goal-line work, though, which led to just seven touchdowns for Bush. He should continue to play a similar role this season for the Lions, splitting work with Bell at the running back spot. After starting his career a little slowly, Bush has picked it up, having 1,000-yard rushing seasons two of the last three. He is 29 years old but hasn't shown many signs of slowing down. Bush is an explosive back with lightning quick moves and speed. His past consistency issues might be a thing of the past after the last few seasons. Bush is a big-time playmaker in the open field. He has struggled with injuries throughout his career, playing a full season twice in seven years.

Fantasy Outlook:  
His fumbling issues and Bell's role in the offense is a concern for Bush. He still has plenty of upside in this great offense but his numbers could suffer some because of Bell stealing some work. Expect a season with around 1,200 total yards and seven scores. He has more value in PPR formats because you can expect around 50 receptions from Bush. But outside of those formats, he is more of a solid No. 2 back than No. 1.

 #26  Lamar Miller$12  Yr: 2013  TDs: 2  Yds: 709  Rush: 177MiamiBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Miller didn't have quite the breakout season as expected. He didn't get consistent work and was in and out of the starting lineup for the Dolphins. Miller topped 100-rushing yards in just a game. He finished with almost 900 total yards and two scores. He did show some big-play ability, though, averaging more than five yards per carry three times. A new offensive coordinator could be a big plus for Miller this coming season although he'll likely split work with Knowshon Moreno. Miller is the most talented back on the roster, though. Miller is a home-run threat with the ball in his hands. He has track speed - actually running some track in college. He can get to the next level in a hurry. Miller isn't a huge back, though, and needs to bulk up some to be an every-down back in the NFL. He needs to prove he can run well between the tackles before getting all the work at running back.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Miller won't get drafted nearly as high this season and for good reason. He carries obvious risk going into the season. He has potential, though, and we think he is worth a grab as a high-end No. 3 back. He has big yardage potential if he gets the consistent work. For now, expect about 1,000 total yards and six or so touchdowns.

 #27  Fred Jackson$12  Yr: 2013  TDs: 9  Yds: 890  Rush: 206BuffaloBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Jackson was the most consistent Bills' back last season and had another very good season. He had nearly 1,300 total yards and 10 touchdowns. Last season was maybe his most productive to date, which is amazing considering he was 32 years old. Jackson hasn't shown many signs of slowing down, though, actually seeing his yards per carry rise last season (4.3). Jackson has more than 1,000 total yards four of the last five seasons. Jackson has done great in a timeshare situation and should continue to have a similar role this season. Jackson isn't a huge back, but has good speed and great moves in the open field. He has improved as an inside runner throughout his career and continues to make plays in the passing game. Jackson is 33 years old, though, which is a bit of a concern but his career high in carries is 237 so Jackson doesn't have a ton of wear and tear on him compared to some other backs.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Jackson was a bit overlooked last season but he had a great fantasy season, finishing with good yardage and touchdown totals. We think he'll have a hard time matching that at this stage of his career. A downturn has to start sooner than later. So don't overvalue him based on last year. Expect a season with around 1,000 total yards and six touchdowns, making him more of a low-end No. 2 or No. 3 fantasy back.

 #28  Frank Gore$12  Yr: 2013  TDs: 9  Yds: 1128  Rush: 276San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Gore had his third straight 1,000-yard season. His numbers have been eerily consistent the last seven seasons. He has topped 1,000 yards six of those years. Gore was a little more erratic last season, though, and averaged a career low 4.1 yards per carry. He turns 31 in May and has more than 2,000 carries under his belt, so a slowdown wouldn't be a surprise. Gore could be in a bit more of a timeshare this season to keep him fresh. When on his game, Gore is an explosive back. He has good speed and moves in the open field. He has big-play potential and does well in the passing game. He is an injury risk, though, playing a full season just four times during his career.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Gore has been great the last several seasons but showed signs of slipping some last year. He got very little work in the passing game and his yards per carry were down. Don't be surprised if he slips even more this season. He still has good touchdown potential in this offense, though. He can get around 1,000 total yards and eight scores, making him more of a No. 2 back than anything.

 #29  Trent Richardson$11  Yr: 2013  TDs: 3  Yds: 563  Rush: 188IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Richardson had a season to forget last year, getting traded and struggling with his new team. Richardson failed to pick up the Colts playbook and never got going with the Colts after getting traded. He averaged less than three yards per carry for the season (2.9). His season high in rushing was just 64. Richardson looked tentative and played like a rookie instead of a back that has been in the league three years. He will get a chance to start this season but will need to show some progress this offseason and camp. This could be a make or break season for Richardson. He is a big back with pretty good speed. He is a physical runner that does well in finding the hole and making plays after contact. He is an improving receiver and doesn't do too badly in the screen game. Richardson doesn't have breakaway speed, though, and has a bit of a hard time breaking many plays to the outside.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Richardson was maybe the biggest fantasy bust of last season. He can get it going but we aren't counting on it. There is a reason the Browns dumped him his second year in the league. He might be worth a look as a low-end No. 2 or No. 3 back but don't count on him to do much more. We are looking for a season with around 800 total yards and six or so touchdowns.

 #30  Ray Rice$10  Yr: 2013  TDs: 4  Yds: 660  Rush: 214BaltimoreBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Rice had a season to forget, finishing with his worst rushing totals since his rookie season. He didn't even top 700-rushing yards and averaged just 3.1 yards per carry, which was the first time in his career he averaged fewer than 4.0 yards per carry. Rice had just one 100-yard rushing game and scored just four touchdowns. His only positive was a reception total of 58. Rice claims he was slowed by a hip injury all year, which caused him to lose his explosiveness. Rice had four straight 1,000-yard rushing seasons and at least 1,600 total yards his previous four years. He remains the top back in the Ravens' offense but isn't guaranteed anything going forward. He could lose playing time if he doesn't show progress from last season. Rice is a good between the tackles runner for his size, but has game-breaking speed and great moves in the open field when healthy. He has very good vision and does a good job of setting up his blocks. He does have a ton of touches throughout the course of his career, though, and could be slowing down because of it.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Rice is a hard guy to trust after last season. Don't take him as anything more than a No. 2 back. There were reports he was out of shape last season so maybe he can turn it around with a good offseason of work but don't count on it. He can do better than last season and still has value in PPR formats because of his reception totals, but he isn't the elite back of past years. Expect around 1,000 total yards and seven or so touchdowns.

 #31  Shane Vereen$10  Yr: 2013  TDs: 1  Yds: 208  Rush: 44New EnglandBye: 10 
 
Player News:
A broken wrist sidelined Vereen half the season but he was the top pass-catching back for the Patriots when healthy. He had some huge games in the passing game, catching seven or more passes four of eight games. He finished the year with 47 receptions in just eight games, meaning he would have finished a full season with 94 receptions for 854 yards and six touchdowns. He should continue to be the top third-down or change-of-pace back for the Patriots. Vereen isn't a huge back, which hurts his chances to be an every-down back, but he has the speed and hands to excel as a third-down back as evident by last season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Hot Vereen has more upside in PPR formats but still some value in normal formats. He'll get his yards even though he won't rush for a ton. We wouldn't count on him getting 90-plus receptions for 800 yards like his numbers would have averaged out to last season but he can get 75 or so receptions for 700 yards. He could finish with 900 total yards and six touchdowns in this offense.

 #32  Bernard Pierce$9  Yr: 2013  TDs: 2  Yds: 436  Rush: 152BaltimoreBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Pierce was supposed to have a breakout season last year but that didn't come to fruition. Pierce battled some nagging injuries that seemed to slow him some, which lead to a season with fewer than 500-rushing yards. He averaged just 2.9 yards per carry. It was a very disappointing showing for Pierce, who had a chance to grab a lot more playing time with Ray Rice also struggling. Pierce still has a chance to play a bigger role this season if he shows well in camp and preseason action. Pierce is a good compliment to Rice. Pierce is more of a between the tackles runner, a good one-cut runner. He doesn't have top speed but can make some big plays when given the chance. Pierce has good size for the position and can make some moves in space.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Pierce might be a good buy-low candidate. He has some potential in an offense that should be better this year. Remember, he was banged up some last year, which hurt his production. It wouldn't surprise to see him get 800 or so total yards and six touchdowns. He is worth a look as a No. 3 back.

 #33  Danny Woodhead$9  Yr: 2013  TDs: 2  Yds: 429  Rush: 106San DiegoBye: 10 
 
Player News:
A move to the Chargers was a good one for Woodhead, who was a great fit for the offense. He set a career high with 1,034 total yards and eight touchdowns. He also caught 76 passes, getting a ton of work in the passing game. Woodhead should continue to play a similar role this coming season. The Chargers will find plenty of ways to get him the ball. Woodhead is a very small back, but has great speed and moves in the open field. His lack of size will prevent him from being an every-down back, but he can be a top change-of-pace option. Woodhead has 43 or more receptions three of four seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Woodhead is an elite option in PPR leagues but even a solid No. 2 back in standard leagues. He might have a hard time getting 70-plus reception once again but he can get close. Woodhead can get around 1,000 total yards once again with nine touchdowns in this very good offense.

 #34  Steven Jackson$9  Yr: 2013  TDs: 6  Yds: 543  Rush: 157AtlantaBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Jackson was expected to have a big first season with the Falcons, moving to a good team in a great offense. Well, things didn't go as planned as the Falcons struggled and Jackson battled injury much of the season. Jackson didn't have a single 100-yard game all season and finished with just more than 700 total yards. His best stat was seven touchdowns in 12 games. Jackson turns 31 before the start of the season and has more than 2,500 carries under his belt. He started to show signs of slowing down last season so a turnaround isn't expected. He might be best suited for more of a time share at this stage of his career. When in his prime, Jackson was the complete package at running back. He has enough speed to break a play to the outside but also isn't afraid to run over a would-be tackler. Jackson is as big as some linebackers, making him a scary proposition for defenses. He does lack a little big-play ability, though, because he isn't as fast as he used to be.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Jackson can improve on last season but don't expect a big jump in production by any means. He still has touchdown potential but expect him to get around 1,000 total yards. He is more of a No. 2 fantasy back. Last season was setup for him to have a huge fantasy season but things didn't break his way. He won't have near the hype heading into this season and with good reason.

 #35  Pierre Thomas$7  Yr: 2013  TDs: 2  Yds: 549  Rush: 147New OrleansBye: 6 
 
Player News:
Thomas had one of his best seasons to date, topping 1,000 total yards. He started most games at running back for the Saints and had the most carries of the backs. He also got a ton of work in the passing game, finishing with career highs in receptions (77) and receiving yards (513). Thomas ended the year with 1,062 total yards and five touchdowns. Thomas continues to get plenty of touches in the Saints' offense. He knows his role and does well with his chances. In seven seasons with the Saints, Thomas averages 822 total yards per season. Thomas isn't a huge back, but has good speed and moves. Thomas also can run with a little power and is a more than capable receiver. He does have durability concerns, playing a full season just twice in seven years.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Thomas flies under the radar at times but is a consistent fantasy back. He'll get around 900 total yards and 50 receptions in this offense, making him a solid No. 3 fantasy back. He can help in a pinch as a No. 2 back. The only knock on Thomas is a lack of scores, having just 37 in seven seasons.

 #36  Darren McFadden$7  Yr: 2013  TDs: 5  Yds: 379  Rush: 114OaklandBye: 5 
 
Player News:
McFadden had a season to forget. He battled injury again and even lost his starting job once he got healthy. McFadden topped 50-rushing yards just three of 10 games. He averaged just 3.3 yards per carry and had five games with fewer than 15-rushing yards. McFadden has been in the league six seasons but gone over 715-rushing yards just once. He has yet to play a full NFL season and averaged just 3.3 yards per carry each of the past two seasons. McFadden has plenty of talent but battled consistency issues and injury problems much of his career. He turns 27 before the start of the season, so he is running out of time to make a huge impact in the league. McFadden seems setup for a timeshare this season with Maurice Jones-Drew but could become the lead back if he plays well. When he is on his game, McFadden is a pretty complete back. He catches the ball well, can churn out the tough yards and has elite speed to make the big play every time he touches the ball. He is a game changer. As mentioned, though, he has a hard time staying healthy and struggles with consistency.

Fantasy Outlook:  
McFadden is a boom or bust pick. He has plenty of upside but past history suggests he is far from a sure thing. He isn't worth an early-round pick but worth a look as a top No. 3 back because of his upside. He can carry a team when all is well with him. But for now, expect him to miss a few games and get around 1,000 total yards and six touchdowns. You can't count on much more from him than that going into a season but he could surprise if all the stars align for him.

 #37  Maurice Jones-Drew$6  Yr: 2013  TDs: 5  Yds: 803  Rush: 234OaklandBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Jones-Drew had another ho-hum season in an offense that struggled much of the season. He did top 1,100 total yards but had just one 100-yard rushing game and five touchdowns. He was pretty mediocre to below average much of the season, averaging just 3.4 yards per carry. Jones-Drew has less than 1,000-rushing yards two straight seasons. He is 29 years old and likely on the downside of his career. He has more than 1,800 carries and hasn't played a full season since 2011. Jones-Drew still has some upside but will move to a timeshare this season with Darren McFadden in Oakland. This is a logical move for Jones-Drew at this stage of his career, though. Jones-Drew remains a pretty complete back. He has top speed, great moves and can also run with some power. Jones-Drew also does a great job as a receiver out of the backfield, having 40 or more receptions all but two seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Injury Concern Jones-Drew has clearly lost a step and shouldn't be considered the top fantasy back of past years. He could rebound some in a better situation this year but don't count on his top numbers of a few seasons back. He can get around 1,000 total yards and six or so touchdowns, making him a low-end No. 2 or No. 3 back for fantasy teams.

 #38  Chris Ivory$4  Yr: 2013  TDs: 3  Yds: 833  Rush: 182New York JetsBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Ivory had a career best season, his first with the Jets. He ran for more than 800 yards and averaged 4.6 yards per carry. Ivory had three 100-yard games. He played well the second half of the season, producing much more consistent numbers. Ivory showed he could be a decent NFL starter, a role he'll compete for again this season with Chris Johnson. Ivory is a big back that runs with power but also has decent speed and the ability to make some big plays. He isn't polished as a receiver, though, which hurts his chances to maximize his playing time. Ivory has just five receptions in four seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Ivory might improve on last season in a better offense but don't expect a big jump. He might just see more touchdowns than anything. His yards aren't likely to increase with Johnson around. He could get around 900 total yards and six touchdowns, making him a No. 3 back for fantasy teams. Don't expect a breakout fantasy season.

 #39  Mike Tolbert$3  Yr: 2013  TDs: 5  Yds: 361  Rush: 101CarolinaBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Tolbert got more chances to run the ball his second season with the Panthers but his overall numbers were very similar to his first season with the team. Tolbert finished with 545 total yards and seven touchdowns. In two seasons with the Panthers, Tolbert averages 498 total yards, 27 receptions and seven touchdowns. Tolbert should continue to play a similar role this season, serving as a fullback and getting some touches as a running back. Tolbert has very good size, but has some burst and does well at hitting the hole in a hurry. He isn't going to run away from a ton of defenders, but can do well in spurts. His lack of big-play ability hurts his chances to be an every-down back but he does well in splitting time at running back and serving as a fullback.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Tolbert's touchdown potential helps his fantasy value. He won't get a ton of total yards but his ability to catch the ball helps his value in PPR leagues as well. He can get 500 total yards and seven or so touchdowns once again. Consider him a No. 3 fantasy back.

 #40  Knowshon Moreno$3  Yr: 2013  TDs: 10  Yds: 1038  Rush: 241MiamiBye: 5 
 
Player News:
It took some time but Moreno finally had a breakout season. He wasn't even expected to start for the Broncos but won the starting job and played at a high level all season, producing very consistent numbers for the Broncos. Moreno had his first 1,000-yard rushing season and scored 13 touchdowns. He finished with more than 1,500 total yards. Moreno wasn't just a great runner but a big factor in the passing game, catching 60 passes. He proved he can be a No. 1 back in an offense, a role he'll likely serve with the Dolphins this season. Moreno has three seasons with 1,000-plus total yards. He is a big-play back with top speed but also enough size to move the pile. Moreno has lacked some consistency throughout his career but made strides in that area last season. He also has battled injury often but made it through a full season last year.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Moreno is going to have a hard time matching last season. We don't think he'll be a total bust but expect his touchdown numbers and yards to decrease a little. He can still post good yardage numbers because of his ability to catch the ball but a move to a worse offense and having to compete with others for carries hurts his value. He can get around 1,200 total yards and seven or so touchdowns. Consider him a solid No. 2 fantasy back.

 #41  Jonathan Stewart$3  Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 180  Rush: 48CarolinaBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Stewart had his second straight injury-plagued season, playing just six games because of ankle and knee injuries. He wasn't much of a factor, rushing for fewer than 200 yards. He averaged less than four yards per carry, giving him two straight seasons with that distinction. He has played 15 games the last two years. Stewart is 27 years old and will be given first shot to start for the Panthers but needs to show he is healthy once again. Nothing is guaranteed with him going forward after the last two seasons. Stewart has more than 1,000 total yards two of six seasons. He also has double-digit touchdowns totals two years. Stewart is a big back, but has plus speed and the ability to break a big play at any time. And he is a big-time factor in the passing game, having 71 receptions the last three seasons. He does lack consistency at times but he has split work at running back much of his career.

Fantasy Outlook: Injury Concern
Injury Concern Stewart is a frustrating fantasy back. He has all sorts of ability but just can't seem to put it together. Expect a better season than last year but nothing his certain with him because of his recent injury woes. We would look for around 800 total yards and six touchdowns. He is more of a No. 3 back than anything right now.

 #42  Ahmad Bradshaw$2  Yr: 2013  TDs: 2  Yds: 186  Rush: 41IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Bradshaw suffered a neck injury early in the season and needed surgery, missing nearly the entire season. Bradshaw played just three games and finished with a little more than 200 total yards and two scores. He produced decent numbers with his chances. Bradshaw has been a productive pro throughout his career but battled injury many times and suffered a major neck injury last season. At age 28, Bradshaw is at a bit of a crossroads. He needs to prove he is healthy before the start of next year. He is likely to be a backup more so than a starter. Bradshaw is a pretty complete back when healthy. Bradshaw is a shifty back with elite speed. He has home-run potential with the ball in his hands. Bradshaw isn't the biggest back but runs with some power and does well between the tackles. His lack of size lends him to injury, but he is a tough back that plays through pain and still performs.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Bradshaw is an obvious injury risk, which hurts his value. But his potential is high when he is healthy and playing. He will produce. But you can't take him as anything more than a No. 3 fantasy back because of his injury risks. We would expect a season with around 900 total yards and few touchdowns.

 #43  Darren Sproles$2  Yr: 2013  TDs: 2  Yds: 220  Rush: 53PhiladelphiaBye: 7 
 
Player News:
Sproles had another productive season as the top pass-catching back for the Saints. He had more than 70 receptions for the third straight season. He got very little work running the ball, though, rushing for less than 250 yards for the second straight season. He gets most of his work in the passing game. In three seasons with the Saints, Sproles averages 77 receptions for 660 yards per season. Sproles doesn't have a ton of carries and touches during his career but he is 31 years old and saw a dip in production last season. So his best years could be behind him. Even with that said, Sproles still probably is the best third-down or change-of-pace back in the game. He fits the role perfectly. Sproles has great speed and moves, but lacks the ideal size to be an every-down back. He also is a great return man, having return scores four of the last seven seasons. He moves to Philadelphia this season, serving a similar role he had with the Saints the last few years. He'll get plenty of chances in this fast-paced offense.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Sproles is an elite back in PPR leagues but his value takes a pretty big hit outside of those formats. He should get around 800 total yards and five touchdowns but around 60 receptions. Take him as a low-end No. 2 back or No. 3 back in standard formats.

 #44  Christine Michael$2  Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 79  Rush: 18SeattleBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Michael had an explosive rookie preseason but was third on the depth chart to start the year and got very little work. He ran just 18 times in four games. Michael has plenty of ability but has two very talented backs to compete with for playing time. Michael has the makeup of a solid NFL back. He runs with a lot of power and is tough to take down because of his very strong legs. He also has speed to make plays to the outside and does a good job of spinning out of tackles. He doesn't have great hands just yet, though, and struggles some in pass protection. He'll need to improve in both those areas if he hopes to be a starter in the NFL.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Michael doesn't have much upside this season as long as Marshawn Lynch and Robert Turbin are around. It wouldn't be a surprise to see him get a few more carries this season but don't expect much more than last year unless injury occurs. He might get a few hundred yards with a score or two.

 #45  Roy Helu$1  Yr: 2013  TDs: 4  Yds: 274  Rush: 62WashingtonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Helu was healthy last year, which was a positive, and emerged as the top pass-catching back on the roster. He had 31 receptions and finished with 525 total yards. He didn't top 300-rushing yards and had double-digit carries just twice all year. Helu will continue to play second fiddle to Alfred Morris but should get work in the passing game and the occasional carry. Helu is a talented play with big-play ability. He has good size and speed. He hits the hole in a hurry and can reach the next level quickly. He also catches the ball well.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Helu is an injury risk but has some upside as long as he is playing, especially in PPR formats. He should be able to get his catches in this offense. We wouldn't be surprised if he tops last year's production, getting around 600 total yards and five touchdowns.

 #46  Mark Ingram$1  Yr: 2013  TDs: 1  Yds: 386  Rush: 78New OrleansBye: 6 
 
Player News:
A toe injury knocked Ingram out of some game action but he wasn't a huge factor even when healthy. He didn't take a big step forward last season, which was a disappointment. He ran for fewer than 400 yards and scored just a touchdown. Ingram actually was most impressive in the Saints two playoffs games. He ran 28 times for 146 yards and a touchdown. Ingram played well at times but didn't get consistent work in the offense and struggled with injury once again. He seems setup for another reserve role this coming season. In three seasons, his career high in rushing is 602. Ingram is a big, physical back capable of moving the pile while running well between the tackles. He is a punishing runner with good vision and the ability to break off some long runs despite just so-so speed. He doesn't get much work in the passing game, though, which hurts his chances for more playing time.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Ingram has upside in this offense, but hasn't reached his potential yet. It is hard to trust him. You just never know how much work he'll get any given week. He could reach season highs this year but that isn't saying much. Expect around 700 total yards and five touchdowns, making him a low-end No. 3 or No. 4 back.

 #47  Andre Brown$1  Yr: 2013  TDs: 3  Yds: 492  Rush: 139HoustonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Brown broke his leg before the start of last season and wasn't able to begin playing until Week 10. He found his way right into the starting lineup, though, and had double-digit carries in all eight games played. Brown broke the 100-yard mark twice but really floundered down the stretch, having 40 or less rushing yards three straight games to end the season. Brown seems best suited in a platoon role or spot duty, a role he'll serve this season with the Texans. He has been a little erratic when given a shot to start. Brown is a good straight-ahead runner that does well between the tackles. He does a good job of hitting the hole in a hurry. Brown isn't really a home-run threat, though, because he lacks a little bit of a second gear but can break some long plays on occasion.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Brown has value because he has some touchdown potential and will play in a very good run offense. But don't count on him as anything more than a No. 3 fantasy back. His numbers could be inconsistent once again. We expect 600 or so total yards and six or so touchdowns.

 #48  James Starks$1  Yr: 2013  TDs: 3  Yds: 493  Rush: 89Green BayBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Starks did a great job as the top backup to Eddie Lacy. He got some weekly chances and made several big plays. He averaged a career high 5.5 yards per carry. He also ran for just fewer than 500 yards in 13 games. Starks filled his role well and will look for a bigger role this season - maybe even as a starter. Starks did a good job of making more big plays last season, which is something he struggled with his first few years in the league. Starks hits the hole in a hurry and does pretty well between the tackles. He can run with some power because of his size. He isn't a finesse runner. Starks is doing a much better job of making the right read when running the ball.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Starks is a bit of a sleeper for the coming year. He has some upside if he grabs a starting job, which is possible. Consider him a No. 3 back with upside for something bigger. He can get 800 total yards and five or so touchdowns.

 #49  Shonn Greene$1  Yr: 2013  TDs: 4  Yds: 295  Rush: 77TennesseeBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Greene missed some time with a knee injury his first season with the Titans but played alright in a reserve role once he got healthy. He ran for about 300 yards and scored four touchdowns in 11 games. It broke a streak of two straight 1,000-yard seasons. But it wasn't a surprise to see him slip in production in a reserve role. Greene will be 29 years old shortly before the season starts, so his days of starting might be over. He is best suited as a backup right now. Greene is a powerful back that does a good job of running between the tackles. He hits the hole in a hurry. He has battled some fumbling issues throughout his career, though, and doesn't make many big plays in the running game. Greene lacks breakaway speed.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Greene isn't a very exciting fantasy back. He has a little touchdown potential but his yardage totals won't be great in a reserve role. He could get around 600 yards and six touchdowns, making him a low-end No. 3 or No. 4 fantasy back.

 #50  LeGarrette Blount$1  Yr: 2013  TDs: 7  Yds: 772  Rush: 153PittsburghBye: 12 
 
Player News:
A move to the Patriots was just the thing to jumpstart his career in the right direction. Blount changed his running style a bit, doing a better job of going downhill in a hurry. This led to maybe his best season to date. Blount wasn't the starter most weeks but managed to top 700-rushing yards and average an impressive 5.0 yards per carry. He also scored a career high seven touchdowns. Blount had five scores his last five games of the season. Blount showed he could be a starter in this league once again but will be the top backup for the Steelers this season. Blount is a big back but has surprising speed and moves for a big man. His game is power, though. Blount will run over, through and around would-be tacklers. He isn't much of a factor in the passing game, having just 23 receptions in four seasons. And he struggles to make plays to the outside, which hurts his chances to be a three-down back in this league.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Blount will have a hard time matching last season unless injury occurs. He won't get near the work as last year with a three-down back ahead of him on the depth chart. He might have a little touchdown potential but that is about it. He could get 500 or so yards and six touchdowns.

 #51  Ronnie Hillman$1  Yr: 2013  TDs: 1  Yds: 218  Rush: 55DenverBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Hillman was supposed to challenge for a starting job last season but that didn't happen as he fell down the depth chart and barely saw the field. Hillman had just 67 touches all season. He didn't do too badly with his chances but the players ahead of him were better. Hillman averaged 4.0 yards per carry and caught 12 passes for 119 yards. Hillman will battle for a bigger role this coming season, which is possible. He could be the No. 2 back. Hillman is a small back that does well in space and has the speed to make big plays. Hillman excels in the screen game and does well as a receiver out of the backfield. He needs to improve his inside running if he hopes to be a legit starting back in the NFL.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Hillman will have more value this season. He still shouldn't be considered anything more than a No. 3 back, though. His production will be sporadic. Hillman can finish with 700 or so total yards and a few touchdowns.

 #52  Terrance West$1  ClevelandBye: 4 
 
Player News:
West is a big back that does a good job of churning out yards after contact. He isn't easy to bring down. He won't make a ton of guys miss, though, and doesn't have much experience catching the ball. He'll need to improve some in those areas if he hopes to start in the NFL someday. For now, he'll compete for the top backup job in Cleveland.

Fantasy Outlook:  
West should get some work as a rookie, especially with kind of an unproven back starting ahead of him. West has a chance to get around 500 total yards and a few scores in a backup role. He might be worth a late-round grab in deeper leagues.

 #53  DeAngelo Williams$1  Yr: 2013  TDs: 3  Yds: 843  Rush: 201CarolinaBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Williams was the lead back much of the year for the Panthers last season because of Jonathan Stewart being banged up. Williams had one of his better seasons in recent years. He finished with his highest yardage totals since 2009. He had more than 1,000 total yards and scored four touchdowns. Williams wasn't a huge weekly factor but consistent in his role, getting double-digit touches and producing decent numbers with those chances. He had just one 100-yard game, though. Williams is more of a complimentary back at this stage of his career. He is 31 years old, so his best days are likely behind him. Williams has plenty of starting experience and success, topping 1,000-rushing yards two times during his career. Williams is a big-play back. He also will run with some power, but is a home-run threat with the ball in his hands. Williams is a much more patient runner than earlier in his career and can help in the passing game.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Williams isn't a great fantasy option any more but a decent No. 3 or 4 fantasy back. He can help on occasion. He'll have a hard time matching last year's production. He could get around 700 total yards and a few scores.

 #54  Jacquizz Rodgers Yr: 2013  TDs: 2  Yds: 332  Rush: 96AtlantaBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Rodgers had another productive season as the Falcons change-of-pace back. He caught 52 passes and finished with 674 total yards. He has back-to-back seasons of 50-plus receptions. Rodgers should continue to play a similar role this season. He'll get some occasional carries but a lot more work in the passing game. Rodgers is a small back with good moves and solid speed. Rodgers does well as a receiver and hits the hole in a hurry when given a chance to run the ball. Rodgers is really small, though, which is why he is suited to be a third-down back more than a starter.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Rodgers has definite value in PPR leagues. He'll get plenty of receptions in the Falcons pass-heavy offense. Just don't expect a ton of rushing yards and touchdowns. He can get 600 or so total yards and a few scores.

 #55  Jordan Todman Yr: 2013  TDs: 2  Yds: 256  Rush: 76JacksonvilleBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Todman was the top backup for the Jags last season and performed pretty well in that role. He didn't get a ton of work but did get some extended work because of injury and performed. He had a 100-yard game Week 15, rushing 25 times for 109 yards. He got most of his work in the passing game besides that game, though. He finished with 14 receptions and 372 total yards. He should get a little more consistent work this season. Todman is a small back, but has top speed and good moves in space. He still needs some work as a receiver, but has the makeup to do well in a third-down back role. .

Fantasy Outlook:  
Todman could be a help as a No. 4 back this season. We could see him producing better numbers. He can finish with around 600 total yards and a few scores. His reception totals should around 20 or so.

 #56  Tre Mason St LouisBye: 4 
 
Player News:
St. Louis added another solid back in the draft, taking Mason in the third round. He could be a good compliment to starter Zac Stacy. Mason has a different skillset than Stacy. He is more of an elusive back with big-play ability. He also catches the ball well and could serve as the third-down back for the team. Mason is terrible in pass protection, though, so he'll need to improve on that in a hurry if he hopes to find the field this season. Mason also isn't the biggest back, which is a concern for him to be an every-down back in the NFL.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Mason will get work in this run-first offense. He has some potential as the backup to Stacy. We are expecting around 600 total yards and four touchdowns. He is worth a look as a deep reserve for fantasy teams.

 #57  Khiry Robinson Yr: 2013  TDs: 1  Yds: 224  Rush: 54New OrleansBye: 6 
 
Player News:
Robinson moved his way up the depth chart his rookie season and eventually found his way in the prominent role during the playoffs. Robinson ran 21 times for 102 yards and a touchdown in two playoffs games compared to 224-rushing yards during the regular season. Robinson should get a chance for a bigger role from day one this coming season. Robinson has good speed but enough power to make plays inside. He has a good build for the running back position. He'll need to improve as a receiver if he hopes to play a big role in this offense, though.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Robinson is likely to be hit or miss in this offense but could be worth using in the right matchup. He has some total yardage potential for a good offensive team. Robinson could get 600 or so total yards with a few scores, making him worth a look as a low-end No. 3 or No. 4 fantasy back.

 #58  Carlos Hyde San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
The 49ers have a lot of solid backs but added another one in the draft, taking Hyde. He might be the eventual replacement for Frank Gore. Hyde is a big, powerful back that can carry the load. He also catches the ball well. He really is a three-down back. He does lack some elite speed, though, and doesn' have great moves. He is more of a banger, which seems to fit the 49ers' offense well. He'll compete for the top backup job this season with a couple other solid backs.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Hyde will get some playing time this season even if he doesn't win the top backup job. We think he can run for more than 500 yards and finish with around 600 total yards. He is worth a late-round grab for fantasy teams. He could emerge if Gore were to get injured.

 #59  Rashard Mendenhall Yr: 2013  TDs: 8  Yds: 687  Rush: 217ArizonaBye: 4 
 
Player News:
A move to Arizona didn't exactly jumpstart the career of Mendenhall. He was the lead back and scored eight touchdowns, which were positives, but his yardage totals weren't anything special considering his chances. Mendenhall didn't even top 700-rushing yards and averaged just 3.2 yards per carry. His season high in rushing yards was just 76. But in fairness to Mendenhall, the Cardinals offensive line wasn't great, so his poor production wasn't all on him. Mendenhall seems to have been in the league a while but is just 27 years old. He has some good years left to produce at a high level. Mendenhall has two 1,000-yard seasons under his belt but battled injury much of his career and struggled with consistency at times. Mendenhall is a good between the tackles runner but has the speed to break some big plays. He also is a decent receiving option capable of helping in the passing game.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Mendenhall isn't guaranteed anything at this point. He isn't worth a draft pick until he wins a job with some team.

 #60  Andre Williams New York GiantsBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Williams is a huge back that does well between the tackles, churning out yards. He'll serve that bruiser role this season with the Giants. He should be the No. 2 or 3 back for the Giants. Williams doesn't catch the ball, though, which will hurt his chances to find the field as often as he could. He also lacks some of that breakaway speed.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Williams has some touchdown potential as he could get some short-yardage work. We don't see him piling up a ton of yards, though. He can get around 500 yards and five touchdowns, making him a deep reserve for fantasy teams. He'll have more value in a season or two.

 #61  Bilal Powell Yr: 2013  TDs: 1  Yds: 697  Rush: 176New York JetsBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Powell enjoyed his best season to date, finishing with nearly 1,000 total yards. He was in more of a timeshare last season but did get a few starts for the Jets. He did well, though, with his chances. Powell did a lot of damage as a receiver, catching 36 passes. Powell should continue to play a similar role this season, getting some carries and work as a receiver out of the backfield. Powell is more of a power back, doing well as a downhill runner and between the tackles. He doesn't have breakaway speed, but is a solid one-cut runner. Powell also catches the ball well as evident by his 53 receptions the last two seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Powell might have a hard time matching last season. He probably won't get the same amount of chances, especially as a runner. But he still has some total yardage potential. Powell can get around 700 total yards and a couple scores, making him a low-end No. 3 or No. 4 fantasy back.

 #62  C.J. Anderson Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 38  Rush: 7DenverBye: 4 
 
 #63  Donald Brown Yr: 2013  TDs: 6  Yds: 537  Rush: 102San DiegoBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Brown was the starting back much of the season for the Colts - even after the team traded for Trent Richardson. Brown was the most productive back much of the season. He didn't have a great year but had one of his better seasons in the NFL, finishing with 751 total yards and eight touchdowns. He also averaged a solid 5.3 yards per carry, which was a career high. Brown has been around five seasons now but hasn't been able to seize a starting job, which isn't a good sign for him. He has never topped 650-rushing yards in a season. He'll be the top backup to oft injured Ryan Mathews in San Diego this season. Brown has good speed and moves in well in space. He still doesn't have ideal size, hurting his chances to be an every-down back. He catches the ball well, though, and can be an asset some in the passing game. Brown struggles with consistency and lacks some big-play ability.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Brown might not be able to top last season again in his career. He hasn't shown much to date. We would expect 600 or so total yards and a few scores, making him a low-end No. 3 back or No. 4 option.

 #64  Marcus Lattimore San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Lattimore suffered a devastating knee injury his last college season, giving him two straight years with major knee injuries. He has tons of talent, though, if healthy. But for this season, expect him brought along slowly, serving as the No. 3 or 4 back for the 49ers once he gets up to speed. Durability is a huge concern for Lattimore but he has as much talent as any rookie back. He gets downhill in a hurry and has top moves in space. He is a home-run threat with the ball in his hands. He also has the size to carry the load at running back and has three-down ability because of top pass-catching skills.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Lattimore isn't likely to make much of an impact this season but we like his chances in another year or two to take over as the 49ers starting running back. Keep this in mind for those of you in dynasty. He has huge upside going forward .

 #65  David Wilson Yr: 2013  TDs: 1  Yds: 146  Rush: 44New York GiantsBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Wilson didn't last long last season, having his season end early because of a neck injury. He played five games and wasn't very good in those games, rushing for just 146 yards. He averaged just 3.3 yards per carry. After his season ended, Wilson need to have a fusion of the vertebrae to repair a herniated disc. His career is in a bit of a jeopardy going forward. He has been hampered by injury much of his young career. He has a lot to prove during camp and preseason action to earn a big role for 2014. When healthy, Wilson is an explosive back. He has electric speed and great moves in space. He also is a top receiver out of the backfield and return man. Wilson isn't a great inside runner and will need to become a little more patient to become a top NFL starter. Wilson isn't a great short-yardage back, missing out on some touchdown chances.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Wilson is a big question mark. You just don't know how he'll return from his latest set of injuries. He has some upside when playing but don't draft him as anything more than a low-end No. 3 or 4 fantasy back. Expect around 700 total yards and a few touchdowns. If you get anything more, consider it a big plus. There is potential here but nothing is certain with Wilson.

 #66  Jeremy Hill CincinnatiBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Hill is a big back that does a good job of getting downhill in a hurry. He should be a good compliment to Gio Bernard, serving as the No. 2 back for the Bengals. He'll get work as a rookie. Hill catches the ball pretty well but isn't likely to be used in that role with the Bengals. He also lacks some top speed and doesn't have great moves in space.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Hill should get plenty of carries in an offense that will run the ball often. He isn't going to be a top fantasy back but should help some as a No. 3 or flex play for fantasy teams. Hill has some touchdown potential and could finish with around 600 total yards and five scores.

 #67  Devonta Freeman AtlantaBye: 9 
 
Player News:
The Falcons hoped to have found their next starting back in Freeman, taking him in the third round of the draft. He'll be the top backup to Steven Jackson this season, learning from a top pro with a great track record. Freeman isn't the biggest back but runs with some power and gets downhill in a hurry. He also catches the ball pretty well, making him a pretty complete back. He might need to bulk up some to be a full-time starter in the NFL, though.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Freeman is going to get some work this season. Jackson isn't getting any younger, and Freeman is the future at the position. He can top 500-rushing yards and is the top handcuff for Jackson.

 #68  Marcel Reece Yr: 2013  TDs: 2  Yds: 218  Rush: 46OaklandBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Reece was the starting fullback for the Raiders once again and got plenty of chances offensively in that role. He is a big part of the passing game, lining up as a receiver many times. Reece caught 32 passes last season, giving him 25 or more receptions four straight seasons. He continues to be a huge part of the Raiders passing game. Reece has more than 200-rushing yards two straight seasons but has never topped 300-rushing yards any season. Reece is a big back that catches the ball very well and runs good routes for a running back. He is tough to bring down in the open field and can be a matchup problem for the opposition.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Reece is worth consideration in PPR formats but that is about it. He won't get enough total yards to be worth owning in other formats. But for PPR leagues, he'll get you around 35 receptions, which gives him obvious value.

 #69  Edwin Baker Yr: 2013  TDs: 2  Yds: 171  Rush: 43ClevelandBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Baker cracked the Browns lineup late in the season and played pretty well with his chances. He had double-digit carries each of the last two games and ran for 133 yards. He finished the season with 228 yards and two touchdowns the past three games of the year. Baker showed enough to compete for the No. 2 or 3 running back spot this season. Baker is a small back but has some good speed and runs with some power. He also catches the ball pretty well.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Baker made the most of his chances last year. We wouldn't expect him to get any starts this year unless injury occurs but he might get some weekly chances. He can see a bump in numbers and finish with around 500 total yards and a few scores. He is worth a look as a No. 4 back.

 #70  Dexter McCluster Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 5  Rush: 8TennesseeBye: 9 
 
Player News:
McCluster did well as the top slot receiver for the Chiefs once again. He has 50-plus receptions two straight seasons. His yardage totals aren't too impressive but he did have a career high 511 yards last season. McCluster has 46 or more receptions three straight seasons. He has emerged as a top slot receiver in the league and will continue to play that role with the Titans, his new team. McCluster has top speed and great moves in space. He catches the ball well out of the backfield and also does well lining up as a receiver. McCluster is still learning the nuances of being a slot receiver but continues to make strides every season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
McCluster has some value in PPR formats. He'll get his catches and could even set a career high in that area this season. But his yards aren't too impressive and he has just six offensive touchdowns in four seasons. He could be worth a look as a flex play but don't count on him as an every-week starter. Expect around 60 receptions for 600 yards with a few scores.

 #71  BenJarvus Green-Ellis Yr: 2013  TDs: 7  Yds: 756  Rush: 220CincinnatiBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Green-Ellis played in more of a timeshare last season with the Bengals, getting 58 fewer carries than the previous season. He also ran for less than 800 yards and averaged just 3.3 yards per carry. He didn't have a 100-yard game all season but did score seven touchdowns. He didn't have many big games despite a good number of chances, which isn't a good sign for his future. He'll be 29 before the start of the season, so his best years might be behind him. Green-Ellis could be best suited in a timeshare again this season. Green-Ellis isn't a speed burner, but a solid inside runner and tough to bring down once he gets going. He does a good job of hitting the hole with a head of steam. He isn't much of a receiver, though, having 52 receptions in six seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Green-Ellis is likely to get less work this season. He still has some touchdown potential because he is a good short-yardage back but it wouldn't be a surprise to see his rushing totals dip once again. A season with around 650-rushing yards and six or so touchdowns is what we expect to see from him. Green-Ellis is more of a low-end No. 3 fantasy back at this stage of his career.

 #72  Brandon Bolden Yr: 2013  TDs: 3  Yds: 271  Rush: 55New EnglandBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Bolden was in and out of the lineup last season but played pretty well with his chances. He averaged nearly five yards per carry and had 21 receptions in 12 games. He has very similar numbers his first two seasons in the league, finishing with nearly identical rushing totals. Bolden could be setup for a little more work this season in the offense from day one. He could move up the depth chart because of some departures at running back for the Patriots. Bolden is a big back that runs with some power but also has plenty of speed. He does well between the tackles and churning out the yards. Bolden is an improved pass catcher, which should help his chances for playing time even more.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Bolden has a little upside to improve on last season but don't expect a sudden breakout season. He could get 500 or so total yards with a few scores. He'll be hit or miss in an offense that likes to rotate backs.

 #73  Joseph Randle Yr: 2013  TDs: 2  Yds: 164  Rush: 54DallasBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Randle got some chances last season and emerged as the No. 2 back but wasn't overly impressive when playing. He averaged just 3.0 yards per carry and his season high rushing total was 65 despite having double-digit carries three times. Randle did do pretty well in the passing game, though, catching eight passes in 13 games. He probably is best suited for a change-of-pace role. He'll need to improve his pass blocking skills if he hopes to find the field more. This is his biggest problem right now. Randle will battle for a backup role this season. Randle isn't a huge back but has good speed and does well catching the ball out of the backfield. He is built more like a receiver than running back but can be effective running the ball. He has good speed and the ability to make the big run. Randle also has pretty good moves in space.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Randle might be able to get a little more consistent work this season but don't expect a big jump in numbers. He might get around 400 total yards with 20 or so receptions. He is a stretch for fantasy teams outside of deep PPR formats.

 #74  Knile Davis Yr: 2013  TDs: 4  Yds: 242  Rush: 70Kansas CityBye: 6 
 
Player News:
Davis was the top backup for the Chiefs his rookie season and got a start the last game of the year with the team resting their starters. Davis didn't do too badly as the starter, rushing for 81 yards and two touchdowns. He had just 70 carries all season, though, with Jamaal Charles getting about all the work at running back. Davis should play a similar role this season but could get a little more work to keep Charles fresh. Davis is more of a power back that runs well between the tackles and can punish a defender with his strength. Davis isn't much of a home-run threat at running back. He catches the ball pretty well, though, and does well in protection, which bodes well for his future.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Davis has a little fantasy value but not much - unless Charles gets hurt. He could get more yards this year. We expect 400 or so total yards and a couple scores in a reserve role.

 #75  Stepfan Taylor Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 115  Rush: 36ArizonaBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Taylor was the No. 3 back much of the year for the Cardinals and had 44 touches for the season. He finished just shy of 200 total yards. Taylor has potential as the third-down back for the Cardinals but is blocked by Andre Ellington right now. He'll continue to get spot duty for the Cardinals since he is pretty low on the depth chart. Taylor isn't a flashy back but a well-rounded back that does a little bit of everything well. He isn't a huge home-run threat but has decent speed and will make some plays to the outside. He catches the ball well and does a good job as a blocker. He probably isn't suited to be an every-down back but could excel in a third-down role.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Taylor has some reception and total yardage potential but don't expect big numbers as his touches will be sporadic. He could get around 80 receptions and 400 total yards. He might be worth a late-round look in PPR formats.

 #76  Michael Bush Yr: 2013  TDs: 3  Yds: 197  Rush: 63ChicagoBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Bush saw a big dip in production his second season with the Bears. He had fewer than 200-rushing yards and scored just three touchdowns. He averaged a career low 3.1 yards per carry. Matt Forte was the workhorse back in the Bears new offense. Bush has some value as a backup at age 30 but isn't a back that can carry the load anymore. He has a lot of injuries throughout his career and seems a step slow compared to earlier in his career. Bush is a big, athletic back with good speed for his size. Bush also does pretty well as a receiver considering his size. He'll challenge for a backup role this coming year.

Fantasy Outlook:  
If he isn't getting the goal-line work, which was the case last year, Bush has about no value for fantasy teams. He could get a few hundred yards and a few scores but don't expect much more.

 #77  Dri Archer PittsburghBye: 12 
 
Player News:
The Steelers drafted Archer in hopes of finding their change-of-pace back for the team. He is kind of a jack of all trades that can be used as a running back or receiver. He also is a very good kick returner. Archer has track speed, great moves in space and big-play ability. He is very small, though, lacking power and strength. He'll be the No. 3 back for the Steelers, getting sporadic work in his role.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Archer should get more work as a returner than running back. He might get a few chances in the passing game but don't expect big production. He might get 400 or 500 total yards, making him a deep reserve for fantasy teams.

 #78  DuJuan Harris Green BayBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Harris hurt his knee before the start of last season and missed the entire year. He didn't suffer any structural damage, though, so he avoided the worst with the injury. He is expected to be ready for the start of the coming year. Harris has a good shot to be the top backup to Eddie Lacy this season. Harris isn't a very big back but has speed and does well in space. He also isn't afraid to run between the tackles despite a lack of size. Harris isn't a great receiver just yet but making strides in that area.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Don't forget about Harris after missing all of last season. He should get his touches as the backup in this offense. He might be hit or miss but has the potential to get 600 or so total yards and a few scores. He has some value as a low-end No. 3 or 4 fantasy back.

 #79  Benny Cunningham Yr: 2013  TDs: 1  Yds: 261  Rush: 47St LouisBye: 4 
 
Player News:
The undrafted free agent emerged as the top backup to rookie Zac Stacy last season. Cunningham didn't get a ton of chances in this role but did have a big game Week 12, rushing 13 times for 109 yards. He averaged 5.5 yards per carry for the entire season. Cunningham ran hard and did a good job of running between the tackles. He isn't a great runner to the outside but gets downhill in a hurry. He'll challenge for the No. 2 or 3 running back spot this season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Cunningham should get a little more work this season but isn't likely to get enough touches to help fantasy teams unless injury occurs. Until that happens, don't bother with him on your roster.

 #80  Denard Robinson Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 66  Rush: 20JacksonvilleBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Robinson didn't get much work as a rookie but finished with 20 carries and a few returns on special teams. The Jaguars like his ability,m though, and are expected to find more ways to get him the ball offensively this season. He is one of their top playmakers, so it makes sense to get him more involved. Robinson was a college quarterback so he is making a transition to a new position, playing more running back and receiver. Robinson is an explosive player with speed and good moves in space. He also has good size and does well in setting up his blocks as a runner. It might take some time for him to continue to adjust to his new role but the Jaguars will find ways to get him the ball.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Robinson has some total yardage potential but probably won't get enough consistent work to be a huge help for fantasy teams. He could get 400 or 500 total yards and a few scores, making him a No. 4 back more than anything.

 #81  Latavius Murray OaklandBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Murray missed his entire rookie season because of an ankle injury. He remains in the mix at running back for the Raiders, though. He'll challenge for the No. 2 or 3 spot with the Raiders. Murray is a power back that gives the Raiders a bit of a different look at running back. He has great size for the position and runs with power. He also has pretty good speed for his size and catches the ball well out of the backfield. He does a little bit of everything and does it all pretty well.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Murray isn't a guy to draft but might be worth grabbing off waivers if he starts getting consistent work. He has a little touchdown potential. We expect a season with around 400 yards and a few scores.

 #82  Chris Polk Yr: 2013  TDs: 3  Yds: 98  Rush: 11PhiladelphiaBye: 7 
 
 #83  Daniel Thomas Yr: 2013  TDs: 4  Yds: 406  Rush: 109MiamiBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Thomas split work with Lamar Miller most of the season but did get a few starts along the way. He had double-digit carries four times and even produced a 100-yard game. But his overall numbers weren't great, finishing with just over 400-rushing yards for the season. Thomas hasn't done much since entering the league and seems setup for backup material more than anything. He doesn't look like a NFL starter. Thomas is a big back that runs well between the tackles and does a good job of churning out the tough yards. He has decent moves in the open field, but doesn't have top speed at running back. He isn't much of a home-run threat.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Thomas might get a few more chances this season but still isn't a great fantasy play. He won't get enough consistent work to be a solid fantasy play. For now, consider him a low-end No. 3 or No. 4 back. He can get 500 or so total yards and a few scores.

 #84  Ka'Deem Carey ChicagoBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Carey isn't a huge back but gets downhill quickly and does well in churning out the yards. He had a highly productive college career, serving as a three-down back for Arizona. Carey isn't a great receiver but does alright in that role. He lacks a top gear and had some commitment issues in college. He has little competition for the backup role with the Bears and should serve that role this season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Carey isn't likely to get much playing time as a backup and could get around 400 total yards in that role. He isn't worth a roster spot just yet but could play a bigger role in a few seasons.

 #85  Mikel Leshoure Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 9  Rush: 2DetroitBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Leshoure fell to third on the depth chart last season and barely played his second year with the Lions. He had just two carries after having more than 200 as a rookie. He is young enough to turn it around but he is at a crossroads a bit for his career. He needs to get things going in the right direction once again. Leshoure is a big back that does well between the tackles. He can move the pile with his size and strength. Leshoure also does pretty well as a receiver as evident by his 34 receptions as a rookie. He will battle for a top backup role this coming season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Leshoure isn't really worth drafting right now. He has a chance to turn things around this season but he probably isn't worth the risk right now. He might get 400 total yards and a few scores but don't count on much more than that.

 #86  Bryce Brown Yr: 2013  TDs: 2  Yds: 314  Rush: 75BuffaloBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Brown was the top backup for the Eagles last season and got work in that role but not a ton with LeSean McCoy carrying most of the load at running back. Brown did have a 100-yard rushing game but didn't have double-digit carries the entire season. Brown got around six touches per game and finished with just fewer than 400 total yards and a couple scores. He could have a little bigger role with his new team, the Bills, but don't expect a huge increase in touches with at least two top backs ahead of him on the depth chart. Brown is a big back that runs with power but also has speed to get to the next level in a hurry. He made a lot of big plays his rookie season but wasn't quite as explosive last year. He also isn't a bad receiver but needs to improve some in that area to get more work in this offense.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Brown didn't get as much work as expected last year but still provided a little something to fantasy teams. He was consistent with his touches but his numbers weren't great. He can improve on that with the Bills but not by much. Brown can get 450 total yards and a score or two.

 #87  Matt Asiata Yr: 2013  TDs: 3  Yds: 166  Rush: 44MinnesotaBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Asiata didn't see the field nearly the entire season but found his way into the starting lineup late in the year because of injury. He actually had a three-touchdown game and a 100-yard game. Asiata proved to be a capable starter if given the chance. He has a legit chance to move up the depth chart this season and serve as the No. 2 or 3 back to start the season. Asiata is more of a power back. He is a straight ahead runner that does well running between the tackles. He does lack some speed to make plays to the outside, though, which hurts his chances to ever start in the NFL.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Asiata probably isn't worth a draft pick just yet but could be a waiver-wire grab if injury occurs. But as long as Adrian Peterson is healthy, don't expect much from Asiata. He might get a few hundred total yards in a reserve role.

 #88  Peyton Hillis Yr: 2013  TDs: 2  Yds: 247  Rush: 73New York GiantsBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Hillis actually found his way into the starting lineup for the Giants last season and had three games with double-digit carries. He wasn't very impressive, though, averaging 3.4 yards per carry and his high rushing total of the season was 70. Hillis had done little since his monster '10 season. His rushing totals have decreased each of the past three seasons. He is now backup material for NFL teams. Hillis is a very big back but lacks speed and isn't much of a big-play threat. He does catch the ball very well, though, and is a good blocker. He has some value on an NFL roster because of past success and starting experience.

Fantasy Outlook:  
It was surprising to see Hillis back in a starting lineup last year. We don't see him getting that chance again this year. He has very little left in the tank. He might get a few hundred total yards with a score or two. You can do better come draft day.

 #89  Jackie Battle Yr: 2013  TDs: 1  Yds: 142  Rush: 36TennesseeBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Battle didn't get a ton of chances his first year with the Titans serving as the No. 3 back for the team. He had 178 total yards and a touchdown for the season. Battle is more of a depth chart filler for NFL teams. Battle isn't a huge back but has some speed and runs with a little power. He doesn't do a whole lot at receiver (33 career receptions) but has decent hands. Battle does lack some explosion and big-play ability, which holds him back from getting more work offensively. He is more of a straight ahead, plodding runner.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Battle isn't getting nearly as much work as past seasons. He isn't worth taking for fantasy teams. He'll be lucky to get more than 200 total yards for the season.

 #90  Chris Ogbonnaya Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 240  Rush: 49ClevelandBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Ogbonnaya had his best season to date, totaling 585 total yards. He got much of his work in the passing game, setting a career high with 48 receptions. He did very well as a receiver out of the backfield. He doesn't make many plays rushing the ball, though. Ogbonnaya also served as a fullback many weeks, which led to him finding the field more often. He should continue to play a similar role this season. Ogbonnaya is best suited as a change-of-pace back. He has pretty good speed and decent hands, but lacks the size to be a dependable between the tackles runner.

Fantasy Outlook:  
He has some value in PPR formats but don't count on a repeat of last season. We would expect around 35 or so receptions and 500 total yards. Draft accordingly.

 #91  Robert Turbin Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 264  Rush: 77SeattleBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Turbin got about the same amount of work as his rookie season, touching the ball 85 times as the top backup for the Seahawks. He had double-digit carries just once and didn't top 40-rushing yards in a single game. He is the top backup for the Seahawks, though, and could get a little more work with Marshawn Lynch getting older. Turbin is a powerful back that runs well inside but also has enough speed to make big plays and does well as a receiver. He is a good athlete that just seems to make plays. Turbin does need to improve his blocking some but is making strides in that area, which should help increase his playing time going forward.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Turbin is the handcuff for Lynch and would have huge value if Lynch were to get hurt. But for now, consider him a low-end No. 3 back or top No. 4. He can improve some on last season getting 500 or so total yards and a few scores.

 #92  De'Anthony Thomas Kansas CityBye: 6 
 
Player News:
Thomas expects to fill the change-of-pace back role for the Chiefs his rookie season. He isn't going to do much on the inside but has great playmaking ability on the outside and in the passing game. He has blazing speed and great moves in space. Thomas lacks some size, though, and is limited in what he can do as a running back. He'll get touches in a variety of ways for the Chiefs.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Thomas will get some touches as a rookie but not a ton in his current role. He is likely to get around 400 or so total yards, making him a deep, deep reserve for fantasy teams. We like his value a little more in a few seasons when the Chiefs figure out the right way to use his talents.

 #93  Dennis Johnson Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 183  Rush: 49HoustonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Johnson got some work his rookie season because of injury and didn't do too badly with his chances. He finished with more than 200 total yards and averaged 3.7 yards per carry. Johnson is a small back but runs with some power and does well as a receiver. He could emerge as the top backup or change-of-pace back this season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Johnson could be worth a late-round grab come draft day. He has some upside in an offense that runs the ball well with an aging back ahead of him on the depth chart. Johnson could get 600 or so total yards and a few scores.

 #94  Mike James Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 295  Rush: 60Tampa BayBye: 7 
 
Player News:
James found his way into the starting lineup because of injury but didn't last long in that role, breaking his ankle. The good news is James looked good as a starter. He had a huge game Week 9, rushing 28 times for 158 yards. He averaged a solid 4.9 yards per carry for the season and did a good job of making plays with his chances. James wasn't consistent in his expanded role but showed big-game ability. He is the top candidate to be the No. 2 back for the Bucs this season. James isn't a top athlete but does everything pretty well. He is a willing blocker, can catch the ball and has enough speed to make some plays to the outside. He is more of a tough runner, though, and makes his mark as a power back.

Fantasy Outlook:  
James doesn't have a whole lot of upside as long as Doug Martin is around. He'll have a hard time finding the field. He'll get some work spelling him but look for a season with around 400 total yards and a few scores.

 #95  Daryl Richardson Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 215  Rush: 69New York JetsBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Richardson was supposed to be the lead back for the Rams and have a breakout season last year but that didn't play out at all. Instead, he didn't produce well early in the season, fell down the depth chart and was inactive many games late in the year. Richardson had a season to forget, rushing for just over 200 yards and averaging just 3.1 yards per carry. This season could be a make or break year for Richardson. He might be best suited trying to win the third-down duties for the Jets. Richardson isn't a huge back but runs with some power and has very good speed to break some big plays. He also isn't a bad receiver, catching 38 passes in two seasons. He isn't the most patient runner, though, and doesn't do a great job between the tackles because of a lack of size.

Fantasy Outlook:  
His value is going the wrong way. Richardson could improve on last season but that isn't saying much. He isn't really even worth a roster spot outside of deeper formats. He could get 500 or so total yards and a few scores.

 #96  Charles Sims Tampa BayBye: 7 
 
 #97  Dion Lewis ClevelandBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Lewis broke his leg before the start of last season and missed the entire year. Lewis hasn't shown a whole lot since entering the league but will challenge for a backup spot this season. He is young enough to get his career going but time is running out some. Lewis is a small back with good moves and decent hands. He makes plays in space and can be an asset in the passing game. Lewis also doesn't do too badly between the tackles despite not being the biggest back.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Lewis could get some work this season and has some reception upside, but isn't worth a roster spot. He isn't guaranteed any playing time and will have to earn it. He could get 20 or so receptions and around 300 total yards if all goes well for him.

 #98  Chris Thompson Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 0  Rush: 0WashingtonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Thompson got a little work on special teams but didn't get a carry his rookie season. His season ended early because of a shoulder injury, which required surgery. He should be just fine for this coming season and will look to win a larger role from day one. He could be an ideal change-of-pace back for the Redskins. Thompson has speed and good moves in space. Thompson also catches the ball well and is a willing blocker but needs to do a better job in pass protection. Until the Redskins can trust him as a blocker, he won't get much playing time.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Thompson has a chance to grab a larger role this coming year but don't look for a big jump in production. He could get 25 or so receptions and finished with a few hundred total yards with a score a two. He might have some value in deep PPR leagues but that is about it.

 #99  Jerick McKinnon MinnesotaBye: 10 
 
Player News:
McKinnon played quarterback and running back in college, but should stick at running back for the Vikings. Minnesota hopes he can blossom into the top backup for the team, a role he'll compete for this season. McKinnon is a very good athlete. He is a strong kid with good speed and playmaking ability. He doesn't have a ton of wiggle, though, and isn't much of a receiver just yet.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Even if he does win the backup job, McKinnon won't get a ton of work in that role. Adrian Peterson shoulders much of the load at running back. McKinnon might get a few hundred yards as a rookie and isn't much of a fantasy threat just yet.

 #100  Jonathan Dwyer Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 197  Rush: 49ArizonaBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Dwyer served as the Steelers No. 3 back much of the season, getting few carries in that role. He had double-digit carries just once and finished with just 49 carries for the season. Dwyer hasn't done much since entering the league, getting some chances to start but doing little with those. He seems stuck in a backup role as a No. 2 or 3 back. Dwyer is a big back, but has good speed and cutback ability. Dwyer also is tough to bring down once he has the ball in his hands. He lacks some big-play ability, though, and breakaway speed.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Dwyer might not ever get the chances of two seasons ago. He doesn't seem to have the makeup to be a legit starter in this league but can help as a reserve, which won't be a big help to fantasy teams. We expect a season with around 200 total yards and a maybe a touchdown.

 #101  James White New EnglandBye: 10 
 
Player News:
White isn't the biggest back but has good moves and enough speed to make plays on the outside. He lacks some strength, though, and doesn't run with a ton of power. He is a decent receiver, which will help his chances to play in this offense. White has a lot to compete with for touches in New England, so he might not get a ton of playing time as a rookie. He could be groomed for bigger things in another season or two.

Fantasy Outlook:  
White might have the occasional good showing but likely won't get enough consistent work to help fantasy teams. He is more waiver-wire material for fantasy teams.

 #102  Mike Gillislee Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 21  Rush: 6MiamiBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Gillislee was fourth on the depth chart much of his rookie season and got carries in just one game, rushing six times for 21 yards. He'll try to move up the depth chart this season, looking to be the No. 2 or 3 back for the Dolphins. He will need a good offseason of work to get things going, though. Gillislee runs with power and has enough speed to make some big plays. He does well between the tackles and is effective in short-yardage situations because he does a good job of keeping his legs going after contact. He also is a solid pass catcher, which helps his case for getting more playing time.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Gillislee should get more chances this season but we don't see a sudden breakout season. He still isn't a guy to draft just yet but could be waiver-wire material if he earns more work. Expect around 400 total yards and a score or two.

 #103  John Kuhn Yr: 2013  TDs: 1  Yds: 38  Rush: 10Green BayBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Kuhn got more work as a fullback than anything last season once again, rushing just 10 times and catching 13 passes. He finished with just more than 100 total yards and a touchdown. He continues to be more of an asset as a blocker than anything. Kuhn doesn't get a ton of work as a reserve and short-yardage option for the Packers but gets a few touches per game. Kuhn isn't a fast back, but runs with power and does well in short-yardage situations. He also isn't a bad pass catcher, finishing with 13 receptions each of the last four seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Kuhn doesn't have much value at all. He could get a few scores but you never know when they'll come, making him a risk to use. He might get around 200 total yards.

 #104  Theo Riddick Yr: 2013  TDs: 1  Yds: 25  Rush: 9DetroitBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Riddick got 13 touches his rookie season, serving as the No. 3 back most weeks for the Lions. He is likely stuck in a similar role this season but could earn a few more touches with solid play in preseason action. Riddick still has a future with the team, though, as Reggie Bush isn't getting any younger. He could take his role in another season or two. Riddick isn't a great runner but is a top receiver out of the backfield. He is a little small to be an every-down back but is a playmaker.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Riddick should get a few more touches his second season in the league but don't expect a huge leap in production. He has some good backs ahead of him on the depth chart, which doesn't help his chances to get a ton of playing time. Look for around 300 total yards and a score or two.

 #105  Anthony Dixon Yr: 2013  TDs: 2  Yds: 56  Rush: 28BuffaloBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Dixon continues to get more work as a fullback than a running back. He had 28 carries and averaged 2.0 yards per carry last season. He has fewer than 100-rushing yards three straight seasons. Dixon has fewer than 500-rushing yards for his career. At this point, Dixon isn't anything more than a No. 3 or 4 back or a fullback. Dixon is a big back that isn't brought down easy and does a good job of moving the pile. He is more of a finisher than big-play threat. Dixon doesn't have much speed and won't make many plays on the outside.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Dixon has little value as he might not even have a roster spot this coming year. He isn't worth a draft spot. Until he starts getting consistent work, don't bother.

 #106  Spencer Ware Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 10  Rush: 3SeattleBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Ware got three carries his rookie season before landing on Injured Reserve with a foot injury. He is likely to compete for work at the fullback spot this coming year. Ware is the future at the position for the Seahawks. Ware is a big back that does his best work between tackles. He is a solid option for short-yardage work. He isn't a speed burner by any means, though, and really lacks a second gear.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Ware might get some short-yardage work, which gives him some touchdown potential but don't count on many of those chances. His value is more as a blocker than fantasy player.

 #107  Brian Leonard Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 182  Rush: 47Tampa BayBye: 7 
 
Player News:
Leonard had his most carries since his rookie season but that still isn't saying a lot. He ran 47 times and finished with 361 total yards. He made more of an impact in the passing game, catching 29 passes, which was one fewer than his career high. Leonard remains a decent reserve back but at age 30 is likely nearing the end of getting a lot of work in the NFL. Leonard is an effective receiver and blocker out of the backfield. Leonard seems to have found his niche offensively, serving many different roles from third-down back to fullback to special teams player. He is a good depth guy because of his ability to play many roles.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Leonard has a little value in PPR leagues because of his pass-catching ability. But outside of those leagues, don't bother with Leonard. He'll get around 250 total yards and isn't likely to find the end zone. Don't expect a surge in production at this point of his career.

 #108  Felix Jones Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 184  Rush: 48PittsburghBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Jones landed with the Steelers last season and got his fewest amount of carries since his rookie season, getting 48 carries in a reserve role. His yardage total was the lowest of his career. Jones has averaged fewer than four yards per carry two straight seasons. Jones has some starting experience and past success but is setup for a reserve role going forward. He has never seized his past opportunities in a starting role. Jones is a home-run threat every time he touches the ball. Jones isn't the biggest back, though, which lends him to getting nicked up from time to time. He is a plus receiver, catching 136 passes in six seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
His production is going the wrong way. Jones was never very fantasy relevant, so he has little value in his current role. He might be able to improve some on last season but not by much. He'll be fortunate to top 300 total yards.

 #109  Justin Forsett Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 31  Rush: 6BaltimoreBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Forsett didn't get a whole lot of work his first season with the Jaguars. He had just six carries but did catch 15 passes in nine games. He got some work as a change-of-pace back before missing the last few games of the season before a foot injury. Forsett is a big-play back. He doesn't have the size to be an every-down back, but Forsett possesses very good speed and moves in space. He is a playmaker, averaging 4.9 yards per carry for his career. He should continue to be a change-of-pace back this season, a role he serves well.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Forsett probably doesn't get enough touches to be worth a roster spot. And his downturn in receptions the last few seasons hurts his value in PPR leagues. He could get around 300 total yards, making him a guy that probably isn't worth drafting.

 #110  Leon Washington Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 1  Rush: 1TennesseeBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Washington had just one carry last season with the Patriots before being released. He signed with the Titans but didn't get any offensive touches with his new team. At age 32 (when the season starts), Washington could be about done in the NFL. His biggest asset through the years has been as a return man. Washington has eight career return touchdowns. Washington makes things happen with the ball in his hands. He has great moves and is tough to bring down in the open field. Washington has quick feet and good strength for his size. He can be an effective third-down or change of pace back (three seasons with 25-plus receptions). He has topped 500-rushing yards just twice.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Washington isn't a guy to draft anymore. He isn't going to see a sudden spike in work. He'll be lucky to just earn a roster spot.

 #111  Willis McGahee Yr: 2013  TDs: 2  Yds: 377  Rush: 138ClevelandBye: 4 
 
Player News:
McGahee didn't open the season on a roster but eventually wound up the starter for the Browns. He didn't show much as their starter, though, rushing for fewer than 400 yards. He averaged just 2.7 yards per carry. He had double-digit carries seven times but his season high in yards was just 72. McGahee didn't have much room to run but he also didn't make many plays when given room to run. He looked a step slow and lacked the ability to create on his own. He turns 33 shortly after the season starts, so his best years are clearly behind him. He is going to have a hard time just finding a place to play.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Last season was his last in a starting role. He isn't going to get that many chances again. Go with younger, more exciting options.

 #112  Ryan Williams DallasBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Williams fell way down the depth chart last season and didn't even get a carry. He has been very injury plagued since entering the league and has just 58 carries for his career. Williams is just trying to keep a roster spot at this point of his career. He is young enough (24) to get it going but needs to start showing something right now. He'll get another chance with the Cowboys this season. Williams is a big-play back capable of taking it to the house every time he touches the ball. He makes plays happen in space. He also runs with some power, though, and has good vision. Williams has a lot of ability but needs to show he can stay healthy and produce in a prominent role. And Williams also needs to prove he hasn't lost a step because of all his injuries.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Williams had plenty of upside early in his career but that seems to have all but faded away. He could get some chances this season but don't count on many. He is going to have to gradually work his way back into the mix of things.

 #113  LaRod Stephens-Howling Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 19  Rush: 6PittsburghBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Stephens-Howling tore his ACL in the first game of last season, his first with the Steelers. The only good news about that is he was hurt very early and should be ready for the start of this coming season. He has fewer than 200-rushing yards all but one season in the NFL. Stephens-Howling seems an ideal change-of-pace back but hasn't exactly excelled in that role. This could be a make or break year for him. Stephens-Howling is a big-play back that can make a lot of stuff happen in the open field. He has top speed and good moves in the open field. He doesn't have the size to be an NFL starter, though.

Fantasy Outlook:  
His career hasn't progressed as expected and his knee injury last season won't help his trend going forward. Stephens-Howling might get 300 total yards and a few scores, but don't expect big things offensively.

 #114  Mike Goodson Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 61  Rush: 7New York JetsBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Goodson had some off-the-field issues that delayed the start of his season. Unfortunately, he tore his ACL shortly after finally finding the field. Goodson finished the season with seven carries in two games. His character concerns are going to be an issue going forward. He might have a hard time sticking on an NFL roster, especially trying to return from a major knee injury. Goodson has never topped 500-rushing yards in a season but did have 762 total yards for the Panthers in 2010. He can provide some value in a backup role but that is about it. Goodson isn't a big back, but has top speed and moves well in space. Goodson also is a good return man, giving him value on special teams. Goodson doesn't run with much power, but makes up for that because of his speed and ability to make tacklers miss.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Goodson isn't a guy to draft but might be worth grabbing off waivers if he starts finding the field. He has a little total yardage potential because of his receiving skills. But for now, wait till he starts playing before even considering him.

 #115  Ronnie Brown Yr: 2013  TDs: 1  Yds: 157  Rush: 45San DiegoBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Brown didn't get a whole lot of work last season as the No. 3 back for the Chargers. He had fewer than 50 carries and just more than 200 total yards with a touchdown. His work in the passing game went way down with Danny Woodhead around. Brown had 49 receptions the previous year but just eight last season. Brown is 32 years old and might be running out of time to keep an NFL roster spot. Brown is a pretty big back with decent speed and big-play ability. He seems to lack some of the burst of past seasons, though. And Brown is an injury risk, playing a full season just three times in his career. Brown does catch the ball well, having 30-plus catches six times during his career.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Brown's numbers are going the wrong way. You have to wonder if he is going to even play in the NFL this season. We would just go with other options. His best days are behind him.

 #116  Tommy Bohanon Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 62  Rush: 17New York JetsBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Bohanon won the starting fullback job his rookie season and performed pretty well in that role. He had 28 touches, rushing 17 times while catching 11 passes. He should continue to play a similar role this season for the Jets. He lacks some speed but catches the ball alright and can make plays in short-yardage situations.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Bohanon could improve his touches from last year but don't expect a big jump. He might get 40 touches, which isn't going to translate to many yards. He isn't a fantasy option.

 #117  LaMichael James Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 59  Rush: 12San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
James got fewer carries than his rookie year, rushing 12 times in 10 games. He has just 29 carries in two seasons. He gets some work as a return man on special teams but not much more than that. A change of scenery might be best for James as he isn't a great fit for the 49ers power game and is buried on the depth chart right now. James isn't a big back but has great moves and speed. He is tough to bring down in the open field. James really gets to the next level in a hurry. He isn't a great between the tackles runner, though, and tries to break too many plays to the outside.

Fantasy Outlook: Injury Concern
James isn't much of a fantasy threat just yet. He could be in the right situation but he isn't in that spot just yet. We wouldn't bother with him on your fantasy teams. He might get 200 total yards if all goes well for him.

 #118  Tashard Choice Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 170  Rush: 46IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Choice played a reserve role with the Bills and Colts last season. He didn't get a whole lot of work with either team, serving as the No. 3 back most weeks. He had fewer than 50 carries and 200-rushing yards. Choice hasn't topped 200-rushing yards since 2010 and his career high in rushing is 472, which was his rookie season. Choice has good quickness and some big-play ability. He does a good job of setting his blocks and hitting the hole. One of the knocks on Choice, though, is his size, which prevents him from being an every-down back. He'll battle for a No. 3 role in 2014.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Choice isn't worth a draft pick. He might be worth a look if he suddenly starts getting playing time but don't count on that to happen. He might get 300 total yards and a score.

 #119  Isaac Redman Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 12  Rush: 10PittsburghBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Redman fell down the depth chart once again and had just 11 carries in three games. He has fewer than 500-rushing yards all four years in the NFL. Redman has done little to distinguish himself since entering the league. He is more backup material as a No. 3 or 4 back. Redman isn't really a speed back but runs with some power and does pretty well between the tackles. He doesn't make a ton of plays to the outside, which is a concern for his long-term status.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Redman doesn't seem likely to take a big step forward this season. Even if he sets career highs, that isn't saying much. Expect a season with around 300 yards and a few scores. He has very little fantasy value.

 #120  Lache Seastrunk WashingtonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Seastrunk is a shifty runner with big-play ability. He isn't going to do much on the inside but will make plays to the outside and in the open field. He does well in making people miss and getting to the next level in a hurry. He should be a good compliment to Alfred Morris, who is a different type of runner. Seastrunk will compete for the top backup job his rookie season with the Redskins.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Seastrunk has some good competition for touches, so he probably won't get much work as a rookie. He could get a few hundred total yards in a reserve role, making him a reach for fantasy teams.

 #121  Marion Grice San DiegoBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Grice could be the eventual replacement for Danny Woodhead, who isn't getting any younger. He is a similar player. Grice isn't going to do much running inside but has good outside running ability and catches the ball well. He is a good route runner for a young player and could blossom into a top third-down back in a few seasons. For now, he'll learn the role playing behind Woodhead.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Grice isn't going to get many touches as a rookie unless injury occurs. He'll help more on special teams than offensively, which isn't going to help fantasy teams.

 #122  Storm Johnson JacksonvilleBye: 11 
 
 #123  Alfred Blue HoustonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Blue battled some injury issues in college but has a top skillset for the position. He'll look to move up the depth chart in Houston in the years to come. For now, he is likely No. 3 or 4, though. Blue has good size for the position and is a solid all-around back. He has good size, runs with some power, catches the ball well and has decent moves in the open field. He does lack some explosion, though, which is a bit of a concern.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Blue heads to a good team for running backs but is pretty low on the depth chart right now. Until he moves up, don't bother with him on your fantasy team. He might get a few hundred yards his rookie season.

 #124  Evan Royster Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 0  Rush: 2WashingtonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Royster had just two carries and three touches all season. He was buried on the depth chart and made his mark on special teams more so than offensively. Royster is just battling for a roster spot this season. He had a good showing his rookie season but has just 88-rushing yards the last two years. Royster doesn't have a lot of burst or breakaway speed, but makes plays and moves the pile. Royster runs pretty well between the tackles and has solid vision. He isn't a flashy runner but just seems to get the job done.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Royster's career seems to be going in the wrong direction. He has produced alright in the past but just hasn't seized the moment. His lack of big-play ability hurts his value to fantasy and NFL teams. We could see a little bump in production this year but not much. Don't bother with him on your fantasy roster.

 #125  Isaiah Pead Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 21  Rush: 7St LouisBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Pead had a chance to move up the depth chart and challenge for a starting job but that didn't happen last season. He was inactive many weeks and finished with just 18 touches. He has 31 touches in two seasons. Pead hasn't shown a whole lot since entering the league and is fighting for a roster spot. Pead isn't a very big back but has great speed and moves in space. He isn't a great receiver and not much of a blocker, which hurt his chances of playing more. He'll need to work on both to get much more playing time in the NFL.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Pead has showed very little so don't bother with him on your fantasy team. He might be able to get some more touches this season but not enough to make him worth taking for fantasy teams. He'll be fortunate to get 200 total yards.

 #126  Kenjon Barner Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 7  Rush: 6CarolinaBye: 12 
 
Player News:
Barner had a quiet rookie season, getting eight touches for 14 yards. He was third on the depth chart much of the year behind two good backs. Barner does have a chance to move up this season, though. He'll need to show well in the offseason and preseason. Barner is a speed back that can do a little bit of everything. He runs the ball well, can help as a receiver and as a return man. He is a quick back with big-play ability. Barner isn't a huge back but has top speed and great moves in the open field. He is a playmaker. Barner does lack the size to probably be an every-down back but could excel in spot duty.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Barner should get some more chances to touch the ball this season but his work likely will be sporadic. He might be a bigger factor on special teams. A season with around 400 total yards offensively seems about right for Barner.

 #127  Rex Burkhead Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 0  Rush: 0CincinnatiBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Burkhead played a game his rookie season and didn't get an offensive touch. He has some work to do to move up the depth chart this season but the Bengals do have some openings at running back, so Burkhead could play his way into the mix. Burkhead is a hard working back. He lacks some speed for the running back spot but makes up for that with some toughness. He does well between the tackles and is a pretty good one-cut runner, making defenders miss. He also has pretty good hands and could help as a receiver if asked.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Burkhead will have a hard time finding the field this season once again. He might get a few hundred yards if all goes right for him, making him a reach for fantasy teams.

 #128  Joe McKnight Kansas CityBye: 6 
 
Player News:
McKnight was released before last season and didn't catch on with another team. He was signed by the Chiefs after the season, though, and will compete for a roster spot with his new team. McKnight has failed to rush for more than 200 yards in any season and his career high in receptions is 13. His biggest asset is as a return man, having return touchdowns two of the last three seasons. McKnight seems to have the makeup to be a solid third-down back but just hasn't excelled in that role. He is a top athlete with playmaking ability. He has great speed and big-play ability. He lacks the size to be a full-time starter at running back. McKnight also has struggled in his reads and ability to do much after contact.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Cold A change of scenery is a positive for McKnight but we still don't see him doing much if he makes the roster. He just doesn't seem to have that "it" factor to make it in the NFL.

 #129  Lorenzo Taliaferro BaltimoreBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Taliaferro was a solid all-around back in college. He was a very productive back at a small college. He has good size for the position and does a good job of churning out tough yards between the tackles. He lacks some elite speed, though, and won't make many plays to the outside. He isn't a bad receiver or blocker, giving him some added value at running back. He'll serve a reserve role with the Ravens this season, likely as the No. 3 or 4 back.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Taliaferro isn't likely to find the field much as a rookie. He'll be a bigger factor in a year or two when Ray Rice is out of the way. But for now, expect a few hundred yards and maybe a score or two.

 #130  Dan Herron Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 33  Rush: 5IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Herron had five carries in six games with the Colts before getting placed on Injured Reserve because of a torn pectoral muscle. Herron has just nine carries in two seasons and is just fighting to keep a roster spot. Herron doesn't have a great overall skillset but is a pretty complete back with the ability to play three downs. He has good acceleration and can make plays to the outside but also runs with some power because of his good size. He has good quickness for the position and will make some plays as a receiver out of the backfield.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Herron is a long shot to make much of an impact this season. Don't bother with him on your roster.

 #131  Alex Green Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 35  Rush: 11New York JetsBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Despite the Jets having issues at running back last season, Green managed just 11 carries for the season. That doesn't speak too well about his career at the moment. He is going to fight to keep a roster spot this season. Green is a good pass catcher and has top moves in the open field. He doesn't lack size, but doesn't run with a lot of power, hurting his chances to be a starter. He is more of a third-down back than anything.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Green's career isn't going in the right direction. He has some talent but just hasn't done much with his chances. We don't see a sudden breakout season. Green could get a few hundred total yards if all goes well, so he isn't worth a roster spot for fantasy teams.

 #132  Alfonso Smith Yr: 2013  TDs: 1  Yds: 54  Rush: 18San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Smith didn't get much work as the No. 3 back for the Cardinals. He had just 28 total touches for the season and failed to eclipse 150 total yards. At this point, Smith is fighting to keep an NFL roster spot. He hasn't shown much in three seasons, averaging just 3.3 yards per carry for his career. Smith has good size and runs with some power but doesn't have top speed or great moves in space. He does have decent hands, though, and has made plays at times with his few chances in the passing game. He'll fight for a backup spot at running back this season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Smith isn't worth a draft pick. He is a long shot to see a big jump in playing time this season.

 #133  Michael Smith Tampa BayBye: 7 
 
Player News:
Smith didn't play at all last season because of a torn ligament in his foot. He suffered the injury before the season and was placed on Injured Reserve. Smith played a game his rookie season but didn't get a touch offensively. Needless to say, Smith needs to show something in a hurry if hopes to keep a roster spot this season. Smith isn't a big back but has pretty good speed and decent hands. Smith is a better bet to help on special teams than as a running back. He can make big plays because of his top speed and moves in the open field.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Don't count him out to move up the depth chart but the chances of him helping fantasy teams is very slim. He might get a few hundred total yards but don't expect much more.

 #134  Cyrus Gray Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 24  Rush: 9Kansas CityBye: 6 
 
Player News:
Gray didn't get much more work his second season in the league, having 16 touches compared to nine his rookie year. Gray remains pretty low on the depth chart and doesn't seem to have a great chance o advance much. Gray is a well-rounded back that serves his role pretty well. He does well between the tackles and moves well in space despite having good size for the position. Gray runs with power and can move a pile, keeping his legs churning. Gray lacks a little speed, which could hold him back from getting a larger role with the team.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Gray might get a few more touches but don't expect enough work to make him worth a fantasy roster spot. He'll be lucky to get 20 touches.

 #135  Michael Cox Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 43  Rush: 22New York GiantsBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Cox didn't show a whole lot with his chances his rookie year. He had 22 carries but gained just 43 yards, averaging less than two yards per carry. Cox had a chance to grab more playing time because of injury but couldn't seize his chances. He will fight for a roster spot this season. Cox is more of a power back that does well between the tackles but lacks some speed to make plays to the outside.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Cox isn't likely to get many more chances than last season, so don't bother with him on your fantasy roster. He has very little value right now.

 #136  Da'Rel Scott New York GiantsBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Scott got some work in a reserve role for the Giants early last season before getting put on Injured Reserve with a hamstring injury. Scott had 20 carries in five games but did more in the passing game, catching 11 passes. Scott had his most productive season as a pro, finishing with nearly 200 total yards. Scott proved he might be able to help in a reserve role. Scott is best suited as a third-down back. He has explosive speed and moves in the open field. He does lack some bulk, though, and isn't that great between the tackles.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Scott's best chance might have been last season but he got hurt at the wrong time. Scott might be worth a late look in deep PPR formats but that is about it. He might get 20 receptions and around 200 total yards.

 #137  Cedric Peerman Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 17  Rush: 8CincinnatiBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Peerman was the No. 3 back for the Bengals much of last season but got very little work in that role, rushing just eight times. He also didn't catch a pass. Peerman didn't do a good job of following up his most productive season to date. Peerman has above-average speed and good moves in the open field. Peerman also has pretty good hands, making him a help on third downs. He lacks some size and strength, which likely holds him back from being a starting back. He should struggle to get playing time once again this season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Peerman has shown some flashes of decent things but just doesn't get enough chances. We don't see that changing this season. Go with better options.

 #138  Lex Hilliard New York JetsBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Hilliard fractured his shoulder during the preseason last year and missed all of the season. He was placed on Injured Reserve. Hilliard has never topped 100-rushing yards in any season but did catch 20 passes for 158 yards his rookie season. His career has been uneventful since his rookie year, though. He is fighting for his NFL life right now. Hilliard isn't an ideal pass-catching option because of his size, but catches the ball well and is tough to bring down once he gets going. Hilliard runs hard and likes to initiate contact. Hilliard doesn't have great speed, though, and won't be breaking many long runs. He'll battle for a reserve spot.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Hilliard has some receiving skills, but isn't likely to get enough work to help fantasy teams.

 #139  Chris Rainey Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 0  Rush: 0IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Rainey got some work in the return game last season with the Colts but didn't get a touch offensively. And his season ended a tad early because of a broken leg. Rainey has gotten little work in two NFL seasons and could be in a make or break season for his career. Rainey has the makeup to be a third-down back. He is a small back with track speed and solid hands. He can make a big play in a hurry because of his elite speed and moves. He struggles running inside, though, and isn't much of a blocker because of his size.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Rainey hasn't progressed much, which is a concern. He isn't worth a roster spot until he starts getting consistent work.

 #140  Le'Ron McClain San DiegoBye: 10 
 
Player News:
McClain had 13 total touches as the starting fullback for the Chargers last season. He has fewer than 100-rushing yards in two seasons with the Chargers and just 10 receptions during that time. He gets few offensive touches these days but still is a help at fullback because he blocks well and knows the offense. McClain has topped 100-rushing yards just twice in his career. McClain is a blocker more than anything. He does some things well when he gets some carries, though, as he has some past success with the Ravens (902-rushing yards in 2008). McClain isn't a speed demon by any means, but runs hard and moves a pile with his size and strength.

Fantasy Outlook:  
McClain really isn't worth a roster spot. His numbers continue to decline and his fewer chances in the passing game are a concern. Go with younger options with more upside.

 #141  Trey Millard San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
 #142  Greg Jones Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 2  Rush: 2HoustonBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Jones was the top fullback for the Texans much of the season. He didn't get many touches in that role, having seven total touches for the season. Jones has served the fullback role the last few seasons but gotten few chances offensively. Jones has fewer than 100 total yards six straight seasons. He is a blocker more than anything these days. His days of helping as a runner seem over. Jones makes his mark as a blocker, a role he should continue to serve this season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Jones isn't getting enough work to warrant fantasy consideration. He has rushed for more than 200 yards just once in his career and his career high in touchdowns is four. A sudden breakthrough isn't expected this season, especially at this stage of his career.

 #143  Jay Prosch HoustonBye: 10 
 
 #144  Kyle Juszczyk Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 0  Rush: 0BaltimoreBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Juszczyk played every game his rookie season but didn't get an offensive touch. He helped more on special teams than offensively. He could get his shot to start at fullback this season, though. Juszczyk is a pretty good pass catcher and has good speed for a fullback. He excels as a blocker, though. He isn't likely getting many chances to run the ball but could get some receptions if he finds the field this season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Juszczyk isn't going to be much of a help to fantasy teams, even if he is the starting fullback. He won't get enough touches.

 #145  Orson Charles Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 0  Rush: 0CincinnatiBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Charles serves as a fullback and tight end for the Bengals last season. He got plenty of playing time but had just one reception. He has nine catches in two seasons. His biggest asset comes as a blocker right now. He isn't very involved in the passing game despite getting a lot of playing time as a fullback and a tight end. Charles has the speed and size to make plays down field. Charles is a big kid with some power and the ability to make plays with the ball in his hands.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Charles has done little in two seasons and we don't see a sudden breakout. He might get around 8 catches for 90 yards. Charles just doesn't get enough work to help fantasy teams.

 #146  Kiero Small SeattleBye: 4 
 
 #147  Vick Ballard Yr: 2013  TDs: 0  Yds: 63  Rush: 13IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Ballard was setup to get a lot of work last season but lasted just a game, tearing his ACL. He ran 13 times for 63 yards before the injury. Ballard is in the plans for this coming year, though. He'll have a chance to compete for the starting job. Ballard had nearly 1,000 total yards his rookie season, so he has produced in the NFL. Ballard is a big back that will run over would-be tacklers. Ballard does lack some speed, though, and will make few plays to the outside, which hurts his chances to be an every down back. He needs to show he can make more big plays if he hopes to win the starting job in Indy.

Fantasy Outlook: Injury Concern
Ballard suffered a torn Achilles' tendon during training camp and is done for the season. Take him off your draft boards.

 #148  Tyler Gaffney New EnglandBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Gaffney is a powerful back that does well in getting downhill in a hurry and making plays between the tackles. He lacks a little quickness for the running back spot, though, and doesn't have great moves in the open field. He is a good all-around athlete, though, and should get better with more seasoning. He also was a top baseball prospect in college, splitting time between the two sports. He'll serve as a reserve back for the Panthers this season.

Fantasy Outlook: Injury Concern
Gaffney suffered a torn meniscus during training camp and is out for the rest of the season.

 #149  Kendall Hunter Yr: 2013  TDs: 3  Yds: 358  Rush: 78San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Hunter had another decent season as the top backup for the 49ers. He didn't get a ton of chances but averaged a solid 4.6 yards per carry and scored three touchdowns despite getting less than 100 carries. Hunter has 350-plus rushing yards all three seasons in the NFL but his career high in rushing is 473. Frank Gore isn't getting any younger, so Hunter could see his touches increase some this season. Hunter might lack some size to be a starter, but has good quickness and does well in space. He also is a solid receiver but didn't get a ton of work in that area the last few seasons. Despite his size, though, Hunter runs with some power and physicality. He has good vision and does well hitting the hole in a hurry.

Fantasy Outlook: Injury Concern
Hunter tore his ACL during training camp and is done for the year. Take him off your draft boards.


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