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 elite backs are much tougher to come by these days. You'll have to act early to get one of the top backs in this year's draft. 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 Devonta Freeman of this season? There are several players capable of having that breakout season, including Jeremy Langford, Thomas Rawls and Carlos Hyde. 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 2016.

Updated: 05/24/16
 #1  David Johnson$33  ArizonaBye: 9 
 
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.Johnson found his way into the starting lineup late last season and was an elite back in that role. He was a fantasy force down the stretch, having 100-plus total yards four of five games to end the season and five touchdowns during that stretch. He didn't have double-digit carries until Week 13 of the season but still finished seventh overall in fantasy running back scoring. He is going to start from day one for the Cardinals this season. Johnson does well between the tackles but has plenty of speed to make plays to the outside. He also catches the ball very well and is a home-run threat with the ball in his hands. He is a complete back in an explosive offense. Fantasy Outlook: There is always risk with players similar to Johnson (i.e. C.J. Anderson last year), but Johnson sure looks like the real deal. He plays in a great offense, is a three-down back, and was very durable in college. Consider him a top-five fantasy back heading into this year. He can get around 1,700 total yards and 14 touchdowns in this offense.
 #2  Adrian Peterson$33  MinnesotaBye: 6 
 
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Peterson returned from his nearly year-long suspension last season and didn't seem to miss a beat. He led the NFL in rushing and finished second overall in fantasy running back season. It was another very good showing for Peterson. He had seven 100-yard games and ran for nearly 1,500 yards. He also scored 11 touchdowns. If there was a knock on Peterson last year, it was a lack of work in the passing game. He caught just 30 passes, which is down some compared to his last few full seasons. Peterson remains the top back for the Vikings and should continue to get plenty of work. He is 31 years old but hasn't shown many signs of slowing down. He keeps himself in great shape and his almost year off the previous season could help the longevity of his career. Peterson has eight 1,000-yard seasons and double-digit touchdowns every year in the NFL that he has played a full season. 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. Fantasy Outlook: Peterson is getting older, which is a concern, but you still have to consider him a top-three fantasy back. You can even make a case for taking him first overall but he does carry some risk because of his age and tendency to get nicked up some during the year. But if he plays a full year, expect another season with around 1,700 total yards and double-digit touchdowns. He remains as consistent as any fantasy back in the game.
 #3  Le'Veon Bell$33  PittsburghBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Bell had a breakout year, finishing first overall in fantasy scoring for running backs. He made big play after big play as a runner and receiver. He had more than 2,200 total yards. Bell had 100 or more total yards all but three games. He had four 100-yard rushing games and touchdowns five of six games to end the season. Bell is a big back with strength and speed. He will run over defenders but also has good moves in space. Bell is becoming one of the top pass catchers at running back in the game and is a huge asset in pass protection. He might be the most complete package at running back right now.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Bell is going to miss the first two games because of suspension but don't knock him down much because of that. He is the real deal at running back and is a top-three fantasy pick for 2015. You can make a strong case for him to be first overall come draft day even with the suspension. For now, count on about 2,000 total yards and 13 touchdowns with 80 receptions.

 #4  Todd Gurley$32  Los AngelesBye: 8 
 
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Gurley missed the first two games of his rookie season as he recovered from a torn ACL and sat out the last game of the season because of injury, but still finished ninth overall in fantasy running back scoring. He had 1,294 total yards and 10 touchdowns. He had five 100-yard gams and averaged 4.8 yards per carry, running behind a poor offensive line much of the year. He is already one of the top backs in all of football. He is a big back but also possesses very good speed. He does a great job of breaking tackles and making plays after contact. Gurley is great at making the big play and an improving receiver, catching 21 passes as a rookie. Gurley can be a special back in this league as long as he is healthy. Fantasy Outlook: Gurley has a chance to be the top overall fantasy back this season. He has huge potential in this run-first offense. He is a top-five fantasy pick this season. Gurley can get around 1,800 to 1,900 total yards and 13 touchdowns with 40 or so receptions.
 #5  Ezekiel Elliott$29  DallasBye: 7 
 
 #6  Devonta Freeman$29  AtlantaBye: 11 
 
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Freeman opened his second season splitting carries but quickly took over as starter and had a breakout year in that role. He was the top rated fantasy back last season, beating out Adrian Peterson for that honor. Freeman had 1,634 total yards and 14 touchdowns. He had an amazing 73 receptions, doing a great job in the passing game. Freeman had four 100-yard games. He did seem to tire out some late in the year, having fewer than 80-rushing yards his last seven games. He is going to be the starter from day one this year. Freeman showed it all last season, running with power, breaking plays to the outside and making tons of plays in the passing game. He is a complete back for the Falcons and should continue to get plenty of work going forward. He is a big-play back and can make a something happen every time he touches the ball. Fantasy Outlook: Freeman will have a hard time repeating last year, but we still like him to do very well. He is the real deal, especially if you consider how well he does in the passing game. He is a top-five fantasy back this season and should go in the first round of most leagues. Expect around 1,500 total yards and double-digit scores with around 65 receptions.
 #7  Lamar Miller$26  HoustonBye: 9 
 
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His season was overlooked a little because the Dolphins disappointed, but Miller was sixth overall in fantasy running back scoring. He was a pretty consistent back in a pass-first offense. Miller had 1,269 total yards and 10 touchdowns. He failed to have double-digit carries six times but still produced this very good numbers. He was a big plus in the passing game, catching 47 passes. Miller is a legit top NFL starting back. He has back-to-back seasons of 1,000-plus total yards and averages 4.6 yards per carry for his career. 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 lacks a little thump for the position. He catches the ball very well out of the backfield, having at least 38 receptions two straight seasons. A move to the Texans is a positive for Miller, getting a chance for more carries in an offense that will run the ball more. He should see more overall touches with his new team. Fantasy Outlook: Miller is a legit top-10 fantasy back, especially with his move to Houston. He is going to get a lot of work. Just look at what Arian Foster did in this offense. Miller is a big-play threat that catches a ton of passes. He'll have very good total yardage numbers and don't overlook that he has at least nine scores two straight seasons. He also finds the end zone. Expect around 1,600 total yards and 10 touchdowns with 40 or so receptions. He is a second-round pick come draft day.
 #8  Mark Ingram$25  New OrleansBye: 5 
 
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Ingram missed the last four games of the season because of a shoulder injury but still managed to finish 12th overall in fantasy running back scoring. He was having another fine overall season before getting injured, finishing with 1,174 total yards and six touchdowns. His total yards was a career high. He is yet to have a 1,000-yard rushing season, though. Ingram is the top back in this productive offense. He 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 has really improved as a receiver, getting on the field more and more in passing situations. Ingram has some injury concerns, missing games each of the past three seasons. Fantasy Outlook: Ingram has injury issues but can be a top-five fantasy back if he plays a full season in this offense. Consider him a low-end No. 1 because of the injury concerns, though. He can get around 1,500 total yards and 10 touchdowns with around 50 receptions.
 #9  Eddie Lacy$23  Green BayBye: 4 
 
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Lacy built on his rookie season and performed well in his second season in the league. He topped 1,500 total yards and scored 13 touchdowns. Lacy had just two 100-yard rushing games but topped 100 total yards 10 times, including nine straight games to end his season. Lacy was a complete back for the Packers, doing well as a runner and a receiver. He caught 42 passes, improving his pass-catching skills for the team. He'll continue to be the top back for the Packers explosive offense. 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 totals his first two seasons. Lacy isn't a top big-play back but will break off some long runs in this top offense.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Lacy is an elite fantasy back capable of building on his first two seasons in the league. His total yardage and touchdown potential if off the charts with the Packers, making him a top-five pick for fantasy teams. He can get around 1,800 total yards and 15 or so touchdowns with around 50 receptions.

 #10  Thomas Rawls$22  SeattleBye: 5 
 
 #11  Jeremy Langford$22  ChicagoBye: 9 
 
Player News:
The Bears used a fourth-round pick on Langford, hoping to find the eventual replacement for Matt Forte. For now, Langford likely serves as the top backup for the team. Langford can do it all at running back. He can make big plays, run between the tackles and does very well as a receiver. He could bulk up a little and make more plays after contact to be a true three-down back in the NFL.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Langford doesn't have much potential unless Forte gets hurt. Until that happens, Langford probably isn't worth a roster spot unless you want to use him as a handcuff for Forte. He could get 400 or 500 total yards with a score or two.

 #12  C.J. Anderson$20  DenverBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Anderson had an erratic season, failing to capitalize on his great finish to the previous year. The good news is Anderson finished last season very well and should have momentum going forward to this year. He split work much of the regular season, finishing with 903 total yards and five touchdowns. But he was the top runner for the Broncos during their Super Bowl run, having at least 72-rushing yards all three playoff games. He also scored twice and finished with 273 total yards. He should get first crack at the starter's job this season for the Broncos. Anderson knows what it takes now to earn that starting job. As long as he doesn't have a slip up during the offseason, the future is bright for Anderson this coming year. Anderson is a good fit for the offense. Anderson runs with some power but has some good moves when he gets outside the tackles. Anderson is best between the tackles, though, churning out the tough yards. He also catches the ball pretty well and continues to improve in that area. Fantasy Outlook: Anderson burnt many teams last year but you have to like his potential for the coming season. His price tag should be much cheaper. Don't be surprised if he emerges as a low-end No. 1 for fantasy teams. He can get around 1,400 total yards and double-digit touchdowns.
 #13  Jeremy Hill$20  CincinnatiBye: 9 
 
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Hill had a very disappointing second season. He averaged just 3.6 yards per carry and failed to have a 100-yard game all year. The thing that saved him for fantasy teams was his scores, getting 12 overall touchdowns. The touchdowns helped him finished 20th overall in fantasy running back scoring despite rushing for fewer than 800 yards and catching just 15 passes. He also had fumbling issues, losing three during the regular season and a big one during the Bengals only playoff game. Hill needs to get it together this offseason if he hopes to remain a big part of this offense. He needs to get in better shape and find a way to hold onto the ball better. He'll split duties again this year but will get first crack at getting the most carries for the Bengals. Hill is a big back that does a good job of getting downhill in a hurry. Hill also catches the ball pretty well, having 42 receptions in two seasons despite getting little chances in that area. He doesn't have great moves in space but will surprise with his speed and agility. Fantasy Outlook: Hill was a bust last year but is young enough to turn it around. Don't totally give up on him yet, especially if he keeps getting the goal-line work in the explosive offense. But for now, you have to consider him more of a No. 2 back for fantasy teams. You can't overpay for him because he gets little work in the passing game. He can finish with around 1,100 total yards and double-digit scores.
 #14  Doug Martin$20  Tampa BayBye: 6 
 
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Martin was a big surprise last year, finishing fourth overall in fantasy running back scoring after doing little the last few seasons. He had a big rebound year, being surrounded by better offensive talent. Martin topped 1,400-rushing yards and caught 33 passes. He finished with 1,673 total yards and seven touchdowns. He had four 100-yard rushing games and double-digit carries every game. His rushing totals weren't a career high but the firs time he had 1,000 yards since his rookie year. Martin proved he still has plenty left in the tank at age 27. He'll continue to be a big part of this offense. Martin does well between the tackles but also has enough 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: The only knock on Martin is he loses out on some goal-line chances. The rest of his resume looks great right now. He can near last season's numbers in this offense. Martin can get around 1,500 total yards and eight touchdowns with 35 or so receptions. He is a late first or second-round pick.
 #15  Latavius Murray$19  OaklandBye: 10 
 
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Murray was the starter from day one last season and enjoyed his first 1,000-yard season as a pro. He had nearly 1,300 total yards and six touchdowns. Murray had just two 100-yard games despite getting double-digit carries in every game. He did well as a receiver, though, catching 41 passes. He tried to make the big play too often at times last year, which led to him averaging just four yards per carry. He is the starter for the Raiders, though, and should continue to grow in that role. Murray is more of a power back but has enough speed to make plays on the outside. Murray 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 can build on last season and be a top-10 or even top-five fantasy back in this emerging offense. He is a fantasy player on the rise. He is a rare three-down back that can get around 1,500 total yards and nine touchdowns with 40 or so receptions.
 #16  Matt Forte$19  New York JetsBye: 11 
 
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Forte missed three games because of injury last season but still finished eighth overall in fantasy running back scoring. He had another very productive year as the starter for the Bears. Forte had 1,287 total yards and seven touchdowns in 13 games. He did have just one 100-yard rushing game but his 44 receptions helped pad his overall yardage totals. Forte is 30 years old this season and missed some time because of injury last year, so you have to wonder how much he has left in the tank. A move to the Jets isn't a bad thing for Forte, getting to play in a more run-first offense. He should get his touches with his new team. Forte has 1,000-yard rushing seasons five of eight. He has more than 1,000 total yards every season in the NFL. 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. Fantasy Outlook: Forte could slow down a little this year but still consider him a low-end No. 1 for fantasy teams, especially with the position being watered down a little. He has been very consistent through the years, so expect around 1,500 total yards and double-digit scores. He'll continue to get plenty of work in the passing game for the Jets.
 #17  Jamaal Charles$18  Kansas CityBye: 5 
 
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Charles had a bit of a down year for his standards but was still seventh in running back scoring, finishing with more than 1,300 total yards. He had just one 100-yard rushing game, though, which was a big drop from the previous year. Charles scored 14 touchdowns, which boosted his overall fantasy numbers. He found the end zone on a regular basis. Charles also caught the ball well, having 40 receptions. Charles has 1,000-yard rushing seasons five of six years and two straight 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. Charles is 28 years old but doesn't have a crazy amount of touches compared to other backs, so he doesn't seem to be slowing down just yet.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Charles is a top-five fantasy back. He can rebound from last season, especially in the reception department. He should get more chances to catch the ball. We love his touchdown potential in this offense and his total yardage upside. Charles is capable of leading all backs in fantasy scoring. Expect around 1,800 total yards and 15 scores with 50 receptions.

 #18  Ryan Mathews$16  PhiladelphiaBye: 4 
 
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Knee and ankle injuries limited Mathews to six games last season. He had 399 total yards and three scores in those six games, so he produced pretty well when playing. But Mathews couldn't shed his injury prone label, which is a concern for him going forward. He has plenty of talent but staying on the field has been a concern for him, playing a full season just once in five seasons. 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. Mathews moves to a backup role this season, serving as the top backup to DeMarco Murray in Philadelphia. He is going to get a lot fewer touches than past seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Mathews is always a risk because of his injury history and his move to a backup role puts a big dent in his fantasy value. He'll still get his touches in this high-volume offense but is more of a low-end No. 3 or 4 back for fantasy teams. Expect around 800 total yards and four or so scores.

 #19  Carlos Hyde$15  San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
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A foot injury caused Hyde to play about half the season last year. He eventually needed surgery on the foot but should be fine for the coming year. He had a great first game to the season but didn't do a whole lot after that with the entire 49ers offense struggling. Hyde had more than 60-rushing yards just once after Week 1. He averaged just four yards per carry and finished with 521 total yards in seven games. Hyde should return to the starting lineup this year but might have some company competing for carries. Hyde will need to play more consistent football to keep his starting job. 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't have great moves. He is more of a banger. Fantasy Outlook: Hyde isn't going to go nearly as high this season in drafts but still has some potential in this offense. The 49ers played much better offensively down the stretch compared to early in the year. If they keep that up, Hyde can be a solid No. 2 for fantasy teams. He could get 1,200 or so total yards and eight touchdowns with around 30 receptions.
 #20  Jay Ajayi$13  MiamiBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Ajayi dropped a little farther than expected during the draft but lands in a good spot to earn a role with the Dolphins. He could move up the depth chart in a hurry and challenge for a starting job if he performs well with his new team. Ajayi has great moves in space and is tough to bring down once he gets the ball in his hands. He catches the ball pretty well and has the makeup to be a three-down back in the league. Ajayi will try to make the big play too much, though, and will need to do a better job of hitting the hole in a hurry in the NFL. He likely is the top backup for the Dolphins his rookie season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Ajayi probably has more value in a season or two. He won't produce big this year unless injury occurs. Expect around 600 total yards and a few scores, making him a deep reserve for fantasy teams.

 #21  DeMarco Murray$13  TennesseeBye: 13 
 
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Murray had a disappointing first season with the Eagles. He didn't seem a good fit for the new offense and fell in coach Chip Keily's doghouse, leading Murray to fall all the way to No. 3 on the depth chart at one point during the season. Even with that all said, Murray still finished 15th overall in fantasy running back scoring. He had more than 1,000 total yards and scored seven touchdowns. He had fewer than 200 carries, though, after having nearly 400 the previous year. He was traded to the Titans during the offseason and takes over as the lead back for his new team. He has some competent for carries, though, with the Titans drafting Derrick Henry in the second round. These backs could split a lot of work his year. 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. Fantasy Outlook: Murray has some durability concerns because of all his touches the last few years and the addition of Henry really hurts his stock. He is going to eat into his workload. Murray will still get plenty of touches but could be a little more erratic. Consider him more of a No. 2 back for fantasy teams. He can get around 1,100 total yards and eight touchdowns.
 #22  LeSean McCoy$13  BuffaloBye: 10 
 
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McCoy had a little bit of an erratic first season with the Bills. He had some big games along the way but disappeared in others. His overall numbers were solid despite missing four games because of injury. He had 1,187 total yards and five touchdowns, finishing 17th in fantasy running back scoring. McCoy had eight games with 100-plus total yards, playing his best football the second half of the season before hurting his knee and missing the last two games. McCoy should be the top back and a big focal point of the offense this season. McCoy is 28 years old but has a lot of touches in his seven-year NFL career. McCoy probably isn't hitting the wall just yet but getting a few less touches this season wouldn't be a huge surprise. 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. Fantasy Outlook: McCoy could lose more work to Karlos Williams this year, but he still has plenty of value in this offense. He'll get his work and should get around 1,100 total yards and eight touchdowns with 40 or so receptions. He can still really help fantasy teams.
 #23  Arian Foster$9  HoustonBye: 9 
 
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Despite missing three games because of injury, Foster still finished fifth in fantasy running back scoring last season. He was force when on the field, having seven 100-yard games. He had 1,573 total yards, averaging 121 total yards per game. He also scored 13 touchdowns. Foster was the focal point of the Texans' offense and produced big number despite teams keying on stopping him. Foster is 29 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. Foster has size, speed, vision and plus hands. He does a great job of setting his blocks and hitting the hole in a hurry. Foster might have the best vision of any back in the game.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Foster carries more risk than your usual No. 1 backs. He fell some last year in drafts because of injury and ended up being a steal for many fantasy teams. Unfortunately, he won't fall as far this season, making him a riskier pick because of his health concerns. Foster has huge upside if healthy, though. He can carry a fantasy team. Expect around 1,500 total yards and 12 touchdowns, but also prepare for him to miss a few games.

 #24  Chris Ivory$7  JacksonvilleBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Ivory had his first 1,000-yard season as a pro last year. He had his best overall year, finishing 11th overall in fantasy running back scoring. He also set a career high in receptions, catching 30 passes. This was a big boost for his fantasy production. Ivory had three 100-yard rushing games and scored eight touchdowns. He had double-digit carries all but two games. Ivory has 800-plus rushing yards three straight seasons. He has 28 years old and should have a few more seasons left but moves to more of a timeshare this season, signing with the Jaguars. He'll get most of the short-yardage work and some other carries throughout the game. 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 but improving in that area, helping his chances to be more of a three-down back. Fantasy Outlook: Ivory has some value because he is going to score some touchdowns in this offense, but his numbers are going to take a hit in a timeshare. Consider him a No. 3 or 4 fantasy back in his current role. He can get around 700-rushing yards with 15 receptions and eight or so scores. He isn't going to have many huge games but should be pretty consistent.
 #25  Danny Woodhead$5  San DiegoBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Woodhead broke his leg in the Week 3 and missed the rest of the season. He had 20 touches on the season before the injury. Woodhead is 30 years old and the Chargers got by alright without him last season, so he could be setup for a more reduced role this coming season. Woodhead doesn't have a ton of touches under his belt for his career but isn't the biggest back and been nicked up some throughout his career. 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 five seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Woodhead has some value in PPR formats but don't expect a big season, comparable to past years for him. He is likely on a downward trend at this stage of his career. Woodhead can get around 700 total yards and a few scores with 45 or so receptions.

 #26  T.J. Yeldon $4  JacksonvilleBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Yeldon had a very productive rookie campaign, finishing with 1,019 total yards and three touchdowns in 12 games. He had his season cut short because of a sprained knee but proved his worth in the starting lineup before the injury. He had two 100-yard gams and caught an impressive 36 passes. He did struggle some running the all at time, averaging just 4.1 yards per carry, but the offensive line wasn't doing a great job of opening holes for him in this pass-first offense. Yeldon is the future at the position for the Jaguars and should continue to start for years to come, but he moves to more a timeshare this season with Chris Ivory on board. Yeldon is a big back that runs with power and can be an asset as a blocker. He lacks a big-time second gear, but still made some big plays last year because of his quickness and moves in space. He'll also help in the passing game. He needs to improve on hitting the hole in a hurry and being more decisive with his runs but that should come with time. Fantasy Outlook: Yeldon would be an intriguing fantasy back in his second NFL season if not for Ivory taking some work and the goal-line chances. He still has some real total yardage potential in an emerging offense, but consider him more of a low-end No. 2 or 3 fantasy back. He can get around 1,200 total yards and five or six touchdowns with 40 or so receptions.
 #27  Justin Forsett$4  BaltimoreBye: 8 
 
Player News:
A broken arm ended Forsett's season early, missing the last six games. He was producing before the injury, having 794 total yards and two touchdowns in 10 games. If he plays a full season, Forsett finishes with 1,270 total yards and three scores. He had two 100-yard rushing games and at least four receptions six of 10 games. He lost out on goal-line chances, though, which hurt his fantasy value. He should get another shot to start this season but nothing is guaranteed. Remember, he is 30 years old and has been a lead back just a few times during his career. Forsett is a big-play back. He doesn't have great size but proved he could carry the load as a lead back the last few seasons. Forsett possesses very good speed and moves in space. He is a playmaker, averaging 4.9 yards per carry for his career. Fantasy Outlook: Forsett is a bit of a wild card this year. He has some question marks. The good thing is he doesn't have a ton of carries under his belt, so he could remain pretty fresh at this stage of his career. Consider him a solid No. 2 back. He can get around 1,200 total yards and six or seven scores with 40 receptions.
 #28  Matt Jones$4  WashingtonBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Jones was taken by the Redskins in the third round of this year's draft. He'll compete for the No. 2 or 3 running back job his rookie season. Jones does a good job of hitting the hole in a hurry and sets up his blocks well. He lacks some breakaway speed, though, and doesn't have great vision just yet. Jones does catch the ball pretty well and could find his way into a third-down role early in his career.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Jones will get some touches in an offense that should suit him pretty well. He isn't worth taking as anything more than a low-end No. 3 or No. 4 fantasy back. He should get around 500 total yards with a couple scores.

 #29  Jonathan Stewart$3  CarolinaBye: 7 
 
Player News:
Stewart had a very good season despite missing the last three games of the regular season with an ankle injury. He finished 11 yards shy of 1,000-rushing yards and scored seven touchdowns. He had double-digit carries every game for the Panthers. Stewart did average just 4.1 yards per carry, which wasn't a great number for all the work he got. Stewart hasn't played a full season since 2011 and has just one 1,000-yard season. Stewart is 29 years old and might be running out of time to continue to be a full-time starter. Stewart is a big back, but has plus speed and the ability to break a big play at any time. And he does well in the passing game, having 25 or more catches two of the past five seasons. Stewart does lack consistency at times but he has split work at running back much of his career. And he also is injury plagued, failing to play a full season four straight years. Fantasy Outlook: Stewart is an injury risk that struggled to make many big plays last season but if he is getting the work, he can help fantasy teams as a No. 2 back. Just expect him to miss a few games and not post game-changing numbers. He can get around 1,000 total yards and six touchdowns.
 #30  Karlos Williams$3  BuffaloBye: 10 
 
Player News:
The Bills added another back to the mix, taking Williams in the fifth round of this year's draft. He'll likely be the No. 3 or 4 back for the Bills his rookie season. He'll get some weekly chances because of his big-play ability. He can get to the next gear in a hurry and has good moves in space. He is a little suspect between the tackles, though, and runs a little too upright for the position.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Williams will get sporadic work his rookie season. He could get around 500 total yards and a few scores. His value will be better in a few seasons after he moves up the depth chart for the team.

 #31  Ameer Abdullah$2  DetroitBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Abdullah didn't live up to his preseason hype. He started some games but wasn't great in an expanded role. He had double-digit carries six times but his season high in rushing was just 77 yards. He averaged just 4.2 yards per carry and had 780 total yards and three touchdowns. He'll need to show more consistency this season if he hopes to start for the Lions. He'll get a chance to start for the Lions, though. The team likes his potential in an expanded role. Abdullah has great speed and can get to the next level in a hurry. He isn't a big back but isn't afraid to lower his shoulder to try to pick up some extra yards. He will struggle in some short-yardage situations, though. He needs to try not to make the big play every time he has the ball in his hands and take what the defenses give him. Abdullah can catch the ball out of the backfield well and should get plenty of chances in the passing game. Fantasy Outlook: Abdullah is an intriguing talent but burnt a lot of fantasy owners last season that were expecting a breakout season. It could happen this year and his price tag should be much lower. He has plenty of potential, especially in PPR formats. Take him as a low-end No. 2 and hope for the best. He can get around 1,100 total yards and five or so touchdowns with around 40 receptions.
 #32  Giovani Bernard$2  CincinnatiBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Bernard had a disappointing season for fantasy seasons. He was supposed to have a breakout year as the top back for the Bengals, but didn't live up to those expectations. He actually lost his starting job to rookie Jeremy Hill and played second fiddle to Hill late in the season. The good news is Bernard wasn't a huge flop. He still managed more than 1,000 total yards and scored seven touchdowns. He is a huge asset in the passing game, catching 43 passes last season. Bernard should continue to play a similar role this season. He'll get some carries but get more work in the passing game. 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.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Bernard will go a lot lower in drafts this season and with good reason. But don't totally give up on him. He can still be a solid fantasy producer, especially in PPR formats. He can get around 1,000 total yards and 50 receptions with five or so touchdowns. Those numbers give him some value as a low-end No. 2 or solid No. 3 back. He could be a solid flex play for fantasy teams on a weekly basis.

 #33  Charles Sims$2  Tampa BayBye: 6 
 
Player News:
Sims hurt his ankle before the season even started and didn't play until Week 10. He got his chances after finally finding the field, though. He finished with 375 total yards in eight games. Sims struggled to get much going on the ground, averaging just 2.8 yards per carry. He did better in the passing game, catching 19 passes. The Bucs' offense was a mess last year, though, so don't count out Sims for a bigger role this year. He could emerge as the starter at some point this year but should at least be the top third-down back for the team. Sims is a very good receiver out of the backfield. He isn't much of an inside runner but can make plays on the outside and can get downhill in a hurry. He doesn't have blazing speed but gets to his second level pretty quickly, which is an asset for any back.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Sims has some potential if he gets the touches. He might be worth a grab as a low-end No. 3 or 4 back. Expect his touches in the passing game to increase this year, giving him a little more value in PPR leagues. He could get 45 or so receptions and 600 total yards with a few scores.

 #34  Melvin Gordon$2  San DiegoBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Gordon didn't have quite the rookie season as expected. He averaged just 3.5 yards per carry and his season high in rushing yards was just 88 despite having double-digit carries 12 games. He finished with just 833 total yards and didn't score a touchdown. Gordon also fumbled four times, which was cause for concern for the Chargers. He should get a chance to start this season but isn't going to be handed the job. He has to prove his worth, putting in a good offseason of work. Gordon is a home-run threat at running back with great moves and top speed. He can get to a next gear in a hurry. He does try to do too much at times with the ball in his hands, though, and struggles with ball security. He catches the ball well as evident by his 33 receptions last season. Fantasy Outlook: Gordon was a bust last season but he is young enough to turn it around. You have to draft him as a low-end No. 2 or 3 back, though. He carries plenty of risk. For now, count on about 1,000 total yards and four or five scores.
 #35  Frank Gore$2  IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Gore had a pretty good first season as the starter for the Colts. He provided some stability to the position, finishing with 1,234 total yards and seven touchdowns. He did fail to have a 100-yard game all season despite having double-digit carries all but two games. His work in the passing game helped pad his overall numbers, though. Gore did show some signs of slowing down, averaging a career-worst 3.7 yards per carry while failing to top 1,000-rushing yards for the first time in four seasons. At age 33, you have you have to wonder how much he has left in the tank, especially if you consider he has 2,702 career carries. Gore might be best suited as a back that split work going forward. In his prime, Gore was 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. Fantasy Outlook: Gore can't keep his current pace at his current age but he can still help as a flex play or No. 3 back for fantasy teams. Just don't count on another season like last year. He is going to get fewer touches. But he can still finish with around 900 or 1,000 total yards and five or six touchdowns.
 #36  Charcandrick West$2  Kansas CityBye: 5 
 
 #37  Theo Riddick$1  DetroitBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Riddick got the most work of his career last season and played well, serving as a top pass-catching back for the Lions. He finished with 34 receptions and four receiving touchdowns. He has a chance to be the top change-of-pace back for the Lions from day one this season but has plenty of competition for touches this year, which clouds his playing time. 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 probably won't get many more touches than last season. He has more value in PPR formats than standard leagues. He can finish with 400 or 500 total yards and three or so scores.

 #38  Ronnie Hillman$1  DenverBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Hillman found his way into the starting lineup but couldn't keep the job. He battled a foot injury and watched C.J. Anderson flourish in his place. Hillman did have some good showings along the way, though, having two 100-yard games. Hillman had nearly 600 total yard and four touchdowns despite missing eight games. Hillman remains in the mix for work this season. He won't be the starter but could be the top backup for the team if he can stay healthy. 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 but is making strides in that area.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Hillman might not be able to repeat last season. He probably won't get as many touches. He still has some value, though, as he could emerge in this offense at any given time. But for now, expect around 500 total yards and a few scores. He'll get much of his work in the passing game.

 #39  Derrick Henry$1  TennesseeBye: 13 
 
 #40  Shane Vereen$1  New York GiantsBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Vereen had double-digit carries just two times last season but had 52 receptions, serving as the top pass-catching back for the Patriots once again. Vereen had at least three receptions 11 of 16 games. He should continue to be the top third-down or change-of-pace back, but this year with the Giants. 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 the last two seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
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. He can get around 900 total yards and six touchdowns with 60 receptions. Vereen can be a solid No. 2 in PPR formats and a good flex play in standard leagues.

 #41  LeGarrette Blount$1  New EnglandBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Blount opened his season with the Steelers and ended it with the Super Bowl champs. His release about halfway through the season was a good thing for Blount. He had a 100-yard game for Pittsburgh in Week 3 but had fewer than 30-rushing yards every other game with the team. A move to New England was a positive for Blount, who got the majority of the carries many weeks. Blount had 58 or more rushing yards four games with the Patriots and his season best showing came in the playoffs, running for 148 yards and three touchdowns against the Colts. Blount was a bit of a problem in the locker room for the Steelers, which led to his release. He has done alright in a starting role in past seasons but seems best suited as a back to share work or to serve as a top backup. 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 33 receptions in five 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 has the potential for some big games and some scores but is a hard guy to trust. His production will be erratic in his current role. He might get around 700 total yards and six scores if all goes well for him, making him a No. 3 or 4 back for fantasy teams.

 #42  Duke Johnson ClevelandBye: 13 
 
Player News:
Johnson emerged as the top pass-catching back for the Browns, getting him plenty of chances in the passing game. He had double-digit carries just two times but caught 61 passes. His huge reception totals helped him finished 24th overall in fantasy running back scoring his rookie season. He had 913 total yards and two touchdowns on the season. Johnson is going to at least fill the pass-catching role again this season and could even challenge to start. He needs to show better patience as a runner, though. Johnson is more of a speed back. He has top speed for the position and can get downfield in a hurry. He lacks a little size for the position, though, and won't make many plays after contact. Fantasy Outlook: Johnson has value because of all his reception potential. He is going to finish with good total yardage and reception numbers, making him a low-end No. 2 in PPR formats. Expect around 1,000 total yards and 55 receptions with a few scores.
 #43  Isaiah Crowell ClevelandBye: 13 
 
Player News:
Crowell was a surprise producer for the Browns last season. He was an undrafted free agent but found his way into the starting lineup at times his rookie year and scored eight rushing touchdowns. He had seven games with 50-plus rushing yards, showing some consistency at the running back spot. He didn't have a 100-yard game, though, despite having double-digit carries 10 times. He should get first crack at the starting job this season for the Browns. Crowell has good size for the position but also possesses solid moves and enough speed to make plays to the outside. He isn't a great pass catcher just yet, though, and will need to improve in that area to be a three-down back.

Fantasy Outlook:  
The Browns are going to rotate backs much of the year, making Crowell a bit of a weekly wild car. He is worth a look as a No. 3 back despite some erratic production. He'll get his touches and has the potential for the big game, especially if he keeps getting the goal-line work. Crowell should get around 800 or 900 total yards and four or five touchdowns.

 #44  James Starks Green BayBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Starks got less work as the top backup to Eddie Lacy this past season. He topped 50-rushing yards just once and had double-digit carries just twice. Starks wasn't too bad with his chances, though, having 473 total yards. Starks serves his role well as a top backup. He has starting experience and past success in that role. 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 and catches the ball pretty well out of the backfield.

Fantasy Outlook:  
As long as Eddie Lacy is healthy, Starks doesn't have much value. He won't get many touches in his current role, limiting his fantasy value. He could get around 400 total yards and a score or two.

 #45  Kenyan Drake MiamiBye: 8 
 
 #46  Kenneth Dixon BaltimoreBye: 8 
 
 #47  Darren Sproles PhiladelphiaBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Sproles had a decent first season with the Eagles. He had 40 receptions and finished with more than 700 total yards and six touchdowns. He filled his role well in the offense, serving as the top pass-catching back out of the backfield. Sproles has a chance to fill a similar role this year but at age 32, he'll have to show something in preseason and camp to keep the job. The Eagles won't hand him playing time if he isn't displaying his same burst as past seasons. Sproles has been maybe the best third-down or change-of-pace back in the game the last few seasons. 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 five of the last eight seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Sproles isn't a lock to repeat last season but should be worth grabbing come draft day, especially in PPR formats. Expect a bit of a drop but not much. He didn't show many signs of slowing down last season. The Eagles did limit his touches some, which helped. He'll get around 600 total yards with 40 receptions and five or so scores.

 #48  Jordan Howard ChicagoBye: 9 
 
 #49  Rashad Jennings New York GiantsBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Jennings had a productive first season with the Giants when healthy but struggled to stay healthy. He played 11 games but was very limited in a few of those games. Jennings had 865 total yards on the season, averaging 78 total yards per game. He had just one 100-yard rushing game, though, and more than 70-rushing yards just twice. Jennings averaged fewer than four yards per carry, which isn't very good for a starting back. He might get another crack to start this season but nothing is certain after last year. Remember, Jennings is 30 years old, so his window for playing at a high level is closing quickly. He probably is best suited in a platoon situation at running back. 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 the last few seasons.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Jennings could see another dip in production with fewer touches, which seems likely. He still has some potential as a No. 3 back but don't count on him to be anything more than that. He had his chance to shine last season and couldn't stay healthy. Look for a season with around 700 total yards and a few scores.

 #50  Chris Johnson ArizonaBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Johnson didn't do a whole lot in his first season with the Jets. He did have a 100-yard rushing game but failed to top 70-rushing yards in any other game last season. Johnson had just over 800 total yards and two scores as he split the work at running back with the Jets. Last season broke a streak of six straight 1,000-yard seasons. Johnson turns 30 shortly after the start of the season, so his career is likely trending in a downward fashion. He is best suited as a backup. 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 24 passes each of his first seven 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:  
Johnson isn't the same fantasy back as past seasons. He might have a good game or two this season but don't expect him to revert to past form. He might get around 700 total yards with a few scores, making him reserve material for fantasy teams.

 #51  Bilal Powell New York JetsBye: 11 
 
Player News:
The addition of Chris Johnson meant a big dropoff in touches for Powell last season. He had just 44 touches for the season after gaining nearly 1,000 total yards the previous year. Powell is likely to be the No. 3 back again this season but could get a little more work with Johnson gone. 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 and can be an asset in the passing game.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Powell should improve on last season but that doesn't mean he is worth grabbing for fantasy teams. He could get around 20 receptions and 400 total yards, giving him very little fantasy value.

 #52  Dion Lewis New EnglandBye: 9 
 
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.

 #53  C.J. Prosise SeattleBye: 5 
 
 #54  Darren McFadden DallasBye: 7 
 
Player News:
McFadden had another season to forget. He got his chances to emerge as the lead back for the Raiders but did very little with the work. The good news for McFadden was he finally made it through the season healthy but his season high in rushing yards was 80, topping 60-rushing yards just once all year. McFadden had more than 700 total yards but ran for just over 500 yards, averaging only 3.5 yards per carry. McFadden is running out of time to make a big impact in the NFL but gets a chance to do so, signing with the Cowboys this offseason. He turns 28 right before the start of the season and done little with his chances in recent years. He seems best suited as a backup or change-of-pace back at this stage of his career, a role he should serve with the Cowboys. 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. He has a hard time staying healthy, though, and struggles with consistency.

Fantasy Outlook:  
McFadden has all sorts of question marks but sees a bump in value, running behind one of the best offensive lines in football. He could see a nice bump in production, making him a No. 3 back for fantasy teams. He could get around 900 total yards and five touchdowns.

 #55  Khiry Robinson New York JetsBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Robinson was getting a decent amount of work early in the season before breaking his arm. He returned the last three games of the year but watching Mark Ingram get most of the carries at running back. Robinson had 18 or more carries two of the first five games. He averaged a solid 4.8 yards per carry for the season. The Saints like his ability and seem to think he could be an every-down back. 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.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Robinson has some sleeper potential but is going to be in a crowded backfield, hurting his potential for a breakout season. He is going to be up and down as the No. 3 back for the Saints. He can get around 500 total yards and two touchdowns.

 #56  Reggie Bush San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Bush saw a big drop in production his second season with the Lions. He did miss some time because of injury, which hurt his numbers, but he served as more of pass-catching back than an every-down back. Bush had about few fewer yards receiving than rushing, finishing with 550 total yards in 11 games. He had 40 receptions, giving him 94 in two seasons with the Lions. At this stage of his career, Bush is more of a third-down back than anything. He 30 years old and has a lot of touches under his belt. He should serve this third-down role with the 49ers this season. Bush still has pretty explosive speed with great moves in the open field. He has struggled with some consistency issues in the past but done better in that area later in his career. Bush can still be a playmaker in the open field. He has struggled with injuries throughout his career, playing a full season twice in eight years.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Bush still has some value in PPR formats but last season was the beginning of his downward trend. He won't return to past form, producing top numbers as a rusher and receiver. We just don't see that happening - even with a move to a new team. Bush can still get around 600 or 700 total yards and a few scores with 35 receptions.

 #57  Kyle Juszczyk BaltimoreBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Juszczyk got a lot more work offensively his second season. He didn't get a carry but had 19 receptions and his first NFL touchdown as the starting fullback for the Ravens. He serves the role well and should continue starting at fullback. 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 should continue to get some receptions.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Juszczyk might be a slight, slight help in PPR formats but even that might be a stretch. He could top 20 receptions but don't expect much more.

 #58  Javorius Allen BaltimoreBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Allen was drafted by the Ravens and will challenge for a backup job with his new team. He has some competition for carries, though, and might have a hard time finding the field as a rookie. Allen brings some good things to the table, though. He is an effective runner between the tackles but also has enough speed to bounce plays to the outside. Allen doesn't always make the right reads, though, and will lose some yards on occasion. He could improve his vision some to be a more complete back.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Allen could see the field a little his rookie season but don't expect a ton of playing time. He might get 300 or 400 total yards in a reserve role, making him a stretch for fantasy teams.

 #59  Joique Bell DetroitBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Bell was in and out of the starting lineup last season but didn't have quite the season of the past few years. He did miss three games with injury but had just double-digit carries two times all last season. He finished with 597 total yards and four touchdowns. He did do well in the passing game, catching 22 passes. Bell remains more of a complimentary back than a starter. He is going to be 30 years old before the season starts and his career high in rushing yards is 860. He does have at least 22 receptions in all his seasons. 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 good receiver out of the backfield and does well in short-yardage situations. Fantasy Outlook: Bell can help as a flex play or spot play for fantasy teams but don't count on him as an every-week starter. His numbers are going the wrong way at this stage of his career. He could get around 700 total yards and 25 receptions with a few scores.
 #60  DeAngelo Williams PittsburghBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Williams took advantage of getting plenty of starts last season because of suspension and injury to LeVeon Bell. Williams had a great year, finishing an amazing fifth overall in fantasy running back scoring despite not starting all year. Williams had 1,274 total yards and 11 touchdowns. He had four 100-yard games and at least four receptions six games. He proved he can still start in this league and was a great fit for the Steelers offense. He should assume a backup role with the team once again. 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 is more of a mid to late-round pick this season. You can't expect him to get the playing time he did last year. But he proved he can be a fantasy force when starting, so he is worth grabbing come draft day. He is likely to get around 500 total yards and a few scores in a reserve role.
 #61  Chris Thompson WashingtonBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Thompson was on the Redskins practice squad much of the year before getting signed to the active roster late in the season. He got a little work, finishing with nine touches. He was most effective in the passing game, catching six passes for 27 yards and a touchdown. Thompson will compete to stay on the active roster all season this year. Thompson could be an ideal change-of-pace back. Thompson has speed and good moves in space. Thompson also catches the ball well and is a willing blocker.

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 20 or so receptions and finish 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.

 #62  Paul Perkins New York GiantsBye: 8 
 
 #63  Dexter McCluster TennesseeBye: 13 
 
Player News:
McCluster was a bit of a flop in his first season with the Titans. He didn't get a ton of work in the offense, having 66 total touches. Most of his work was as a receiver, catching 26 passes. The Titans claim to want to get him more involved in the offense this season but nothing is certain after last season. Before last season, McCluster had 50-plus receptions two straight seasons. 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.

Fantasy Outlook:  
McCluster has some value in PPR formats. We would expect him to be more involved in the offense this season. The Titans need weapons offensively and McCluster can help, so it makes sense to get him more touches. Expect around 40 receptions and 400 or 500 total yards.

 #64  DeAndre Washington OaklandBye: 10 
 
 #65  Jerick McKinnon MinnesotaBye: 6 
 
Player News:
McKinnon was on his way to starting for the Vikings before suffering a back injury that required surgery. The good news is he should be ready for the start of this season with no issues. McKinnon was performing well as the starter for the Vikings before getting injured. He had two 100-yard games and averaged 4.8 yards per carry. McKinnon had 673 total yards in 11 games for the Vikings. He also did well as a receiver, catching 27 passes. He has the makeup to be a starter in this league and should have the inside track to be the top backup for the Vikings as long as he is healthy. McKinnon is a very good athlete. He is a strong kid with good speed and playmaking ability. He has a little big-play ability and is an improving receiver out of the backfield.

Fantasy Outlook:  
McKinnon was a surprise last year. He'll have a hard time repeating his numbers from last year but he has some value if Adrian Peterson can't hold up, which is possible after last season. McKinnon is worth a late-round grab. He can get around 500 total yards and a few scores.

 #66  Cameron Artis-Payne CarolinaBye: 7 
 
Player News:
The Panthers added some much-needed depth at running back by drafting Artis-Payne in the fifth round of this year's draft. Artis-Payne has a good chance to be the top backup for the Panthers his rookie season. He doesn't have great competition for the job but won't be handed anything. Artis-Payne does a good job of setting up his blocks and making plays between the tackles. He isn't much of a home-run threat, though, and lacks some explosion for the position.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Artis-Payne probably won't get enough work to help fantasy teams. But if Jonathan Stewart gets hurt, he'll be worth adding. Expect an up and down rookie season in a reserve role, getting around 500 total yards with a couple scores.

 #67  Lorenzo Taliaferro BaltimoreBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Taliaferro was a bit of a surprise his rookie season. He got some chances and even a few starts, playing pretty well most of the year. He had a game with 91-rushing yards and averaged 4.3 yards per carry. He also caught eight passes for 114 yards, showing the ability to make plays in the passing game. Taliaferro should have the inside track to be the top backup for the Ravens this season. Taliaferro 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.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Taliaferro could finish with a little better numbers than last season, giving him some value in deep fantasy formats. He might get around 500 total yards with a few scores.

 #68  Devontae Booker DenverBye: 11 
 
 #69  Alfred Morris DallasBye: 7 
 
Player News:
Morris started much of the season for the Redskins but wasn't a huge factor in the offense. He disappeared some weeks with the Redskins throwing often or giving rookie Matt Jones more chances to run the ball. Morris ran for 751 yards and scored just one touchdown. He averaged just 3.7 yards per carry and had two one 100-yard games, which came in the first and last weeks of the season. Last year broke a streak of three straight 1,000-yard seasons. Morris is just 27 years old and has plenty of life left in this legs. Morris signed with the Cowboys this offseason, which probably wasn't a good move on his part. He has a lot of competition for work with Ezekiel Elliott and Darren McFadden likely ahead of him on the depth chart. 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, getting few chances to catch the ball. He rarely gets chances in the passing game, limiting his touches a little. Fantasy Outlook: Morris probably isn't even worth a draft pick. He is going to have a hard time getting much work. He might get around 400 total yards with a score or two.
 #70  Andre Ellington ArizonaBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Ellington was banged up much of the year. He played 12 games before shutting it down. He had a hip injury but also needed surgery to repair a hernia. Ellington played alright before his season ended, finishing with more than 1,000 total yards and five touchdowns in 12 games. He did disappoint some running the ball, averaging just 3.3 yards per carry. He didn't have a 100-yard rushing game all season. Ellington was a big asset in the passing game, having 46 receptions. Ellington will remain the starter for the Cardinals this season and the team still believes he can be a top three-down back. 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 has carried the load pretty well at times throughout his two seasons in the NFL. Ellington is a playmaker that can make big plays, especially when given space to run.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Don't give up on Ellington after last season. He was pretty beat up much of the year but still managed more than 1,000 total yards. He can be a top fantasy back, especially in PPR formats. He'll get his touches in this offense. He can finish with around 1,400 or 1,500 total yards and 60 receptions. He is a good buy-low candidate after last season.

 #71  Ka'Deem Carey ChicagoBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Carey was the top backup for the Bears last season but didn't get much work in that role. He had double-digit carries just once and ran 36 times for the season. He didn't do too badly with his chances, though, averaging 4.4 yards per carry. He has some competition for the top backup job this season, having Jeremy Langford to compete with for the job. Carey isn't a huge back but gets downhill quickly and does well in churning out the yards. Carey isn't a great receiver but is improving in that role. He lacks elite speed for a running back, which could hold him back from starting in this league.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Carey won't get much playing time but would be worth a look if Matt Forte went down with injury. He has some potential in an expanded role. But for now, expect around 400 total yards and maybe a score or two in a backup role.

 #72  Jonathan Grimes HoustonBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Grimes was the No. 3 back for the Texans much of the season, getting some work from time to time in a reserve role. He did have double-digit carries twice, but finished with a little over 200 total yards on the year. Expect him to play a similar role this year. He has two pretty good backs ahead of him on the depth chart right now. Grimes has some talent at the running back spot. He is a pretty complete back. He catches the ball pretty well but also can churn out the yards between the tackles. Grimes has good speed and can make plays outside the tackles.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Don't write off Grimes to move up the depth chart. He has some talent. But even with that said, he isn't likely to get a ton of touches in his current role. He might get around 300 or 400 total yards with a score or two.

 #73  C.J. Spiller New OrleansBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Spiller had a hugely disappointing first season with the Saints. HIs playing time was sporadic and he never quite fit the offense well despite having a skill set that should excel in that offense. He did catch 34 passes but never topped 25-rushing yards in a game and finished with just 351 total yards. Spiller topped 50 total yards just once all season. He'll try to regain his past form this season but likely will serve more as a change-of-pace back than anything. Spiller continues to battle consistency issues and could be in a make or break year for his career. 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. He lacks the ideal bulk for an every-down back. Spiller does well as a receiver, catching 192 passes in six seasons. Fantasy Outlook: Spiller was a major bust last season. He was a second or third round pick in many PPR leagues but failed to crack the top-50 in fantasy running back scoring. He'll got a lot lower this season. He still has some value in PPR leagues but consider him more of a spot flex play. He can get around 400 total yards and 30 receptions with a score or two.
 #74  Andre Williams New York GiantsBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Williams got plenty of work last season but was up and down with his touches. He topped 60-rushing yards four times despite getting double-digit carries 11 times. He struggled to find much room to run much of the year, averaging just 3.3 yards per carry. The good news is Williams started to show more signs of life late in the year, playing his best football. He had 100-yard rushing games two of his last four games. Williams will get a chance to play a big role in the offense this season. Williams is a huge back that does well between the tackles, churning out yards. Williams isn't much of a threat as a receiver out of the backfield but did catch 18 passes last season, which is somewhat encouraging. Williams does lack some of that breakaway speed.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Williams has a chance to improve on last season. He can get around 1,000 total yards and nine touchdowns. Don't overlook last year, a season he didn't play all that well but still finished 27th in running back scoring. Williams has potential as a No. 2 back for 2015.

 #75  Spencer Ware Kansas CityBye: 5 
 
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.

 #76  Mike Tolbert CarolinaBye: 7 
 
Player News:
Tolbert missed some time last season with a broken leg. He didn't get a ton of touches when healthy, though, having 49 touches in eight games. His season high in carries was seven and he failed to top 100-rushing yards on the year. Tolbert can still serve as a solid starting fullback but isn't going to get a ton of touches in that role. 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 getting some work at running back and serving as a fullback. He also is a solid pass catcher out of the backfield.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Tolbert is losing fantasy value. His touches are decreasing and he failed to score a touchdown last season. Tolbert probably is a guy to avoid come draft day at this stage of his career. He could get a few hundred total yards with a score or two but that is about it.

 #77  Marcel Reece OaklandBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Reece continues to do a good job as the starting fullback for the Raiders. He doesn't get many chances to run the ball but does well in the passing game. He had 37 receptions last season, giving him 25 or more receptions five straight seasons. He continues to be a big part of the Raiders passing game. 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.

 #78  Alex Collins SeattleBye: 5 
 
 #79  Alfred Blue HoustonBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Blue got a couple starts because of injury to Arian Foster and showed well in a starting role for the Texans. He had 156-yard showing in Week 11 against the Browns, which was the highlight of his rookie season. Blue finished with more than 600 total yards and three touchdowns. He should continue to be the top backup for the Texans this season. 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 could hold him back from being a top NFL back.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Blue is the handcuff for Foster, so he has fantasy value because of that. He can produce in a starting role, making him worth a later-round grab for fantasy teams. Even if he doesn't start, he can still get around 500 total yard and a few scores in this offense.

 #80  Tevin Coleman AtlantaBye: 11 
 
Player News:
An early season injury opened the door for Devonta Freeman at running back, which was bad news for Coleman. He went from splitting work with Freeman to getting few carries off the bench after returning from his injury. Coleman had double-digit carries just three times all year but had one 100-yard game and 80 or more yards two times. He made some plays with his touches, averaging 4.5. yards per carry. He is going to be the top backup for the Falcons, though, with Freeman having a strong grip on the starter's job. Coleman has elite speed and can make a lot of plays to the outside. He also catches the ball pretty well despite getting just two receptions last season. He will make a lot of plays in open space. He isn't much of an inside runner, though, and might need to bulk up some to be a true every-down back in the NFL. Fantasy Outlook: Coleman might improve a little on last season but don't expect a breakout year as long as Freeman is healthy. He is the handcuff to Freeman, though, giving him fantasy value. For now, expect around 500 total yards and a score or two.
 #81  Lance Dunbar DallasBye: 7 
 
Player News:
Dunbar got some work on passing downs as the No. 3 back for the Cowboys last season but that was about it. He caught 19 passes for 212 yards while rushing for fewer than 100 yards. Dunbar has some value as a third-down back but that is about it. He doesn't have the size to be an every-down back but can do well in space. He has good moves in the open field and speed to make the big play.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Dunbar might have a little value in PPR formats but that is about it. He won't get much work in the offense and when he gets the work, you never know when it will come. Expect around 400 total yards with 25 receptions.

 #82  Wendell Smallwood PhiladelphiaBye: 4 
 
 #83  Branden Oliver San DiegoBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Oliver had a surprise rookie season, emerging as the most dependable back for the Chargers much of the year. He started many games because of injury and finished with 853 total yards and four touchdowns. He had two 100-yard rushing games and 36 receptions. Oliver isn't likely to start for the Chargers but should be the top change-of-pace option. Oliver is a small back but runs with power and has good moves in space. He also catches the ball well and will make plays between the tackles despite his small size.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Oliver might have a hard time repeating last season but still has value because of his ability in the passing game. He'll get his chances to make plays in this offense and can finish with around 700 or 800 total yards and a few scores.

 #84  Denard Robinson JacksonvilleBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Robinson found his way into the starting lineup last season but had his season cut short because of a torn ligament in his foot. He played pretty well in a starting role, though, before getting hurt. He had two 100-yard games and had more than 700 total yards on the season. Robinson also averaged a solid 4.3 yard per carry. Robinson has a chance to play a bigger role in the offense from day one this season. He proved he could be a starting back in this league, running better between the tackles than expected. Robinson is just a playmaker. 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. He has made big strides as a runner since entering the league. Remember, he was a quarterback in college.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Robinson is becoming fantasy relevant. He has total yardage potential in this offense, an offense looking for playmakers. Expect Robinson to build on last season. He can get around 900 total yards and five touchdowns, making him a No. 3 back for fantasy teams.

 #85  Tyler Ervin HoustonBye: 9 
 
 #86  Bishop Sankey TennesseeBye: 13 
 
Player News:
Sankey started much of the season for the Titans but didn't do much in that role. He really struggled to make big plays and averaged just 3.7 yards per carry. He had double-digit carries eight games but had fewer than 65-rushing yards every game on the season. Sankey didn't seize the starter's job for the Titans. The team isn't giving up on Sankey after a season but he'll be on a shorter leash going forward. Sankey isn't a huge back but runs well inside and has the enough speed to make big plays to the outside. He also catches the ball well and can carry the load at running back on three downs. Sankey tries to make the big play too often, though, and doesn't do a good job of reading the hole just yet.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Sankey was a flop last year and could be a good buy-low candidate as he is the best bet to start for the Titans this season. He has to be better than last season, so take him as a No. 3 back and hope for the best. He certainly has the talent to improve. He can top 1,000 total yards and score six or so touchdowns.

 #87  Tre Mason Los AngelesBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Mason wasn't even active for the Rams early his rookie season but emerged as the starter for the team before the season was out. He produced well in that role but the addition of rookie Todd Gurley clouds his future with the Rams. He could be used more as a third-down or change-of-pace back for the Rams. Mason had two 100-yard games and averaged 4.3 yards per carry. He finished with 913 yards in 12 games. He has more than 1,200 total yards if he plays a full season last year. Mason is an elusive back with big-play ability. He also catches the ball well and should have a bigger role in the passing game this coming season. He wasn't on the field for many passing downs because of issues in pass protection but really improved in that area as the season progressed. Mason doesn't have great size for the running back spot but still runs with some power and is tough to bring down at times because he keeps his legs churning.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Mason sees a big dip in value with Gurley around for the Rams. He still could have decent total yardage numbers but don't expect great production in a backup role. He might get around 700 or 800 total yards with a few scores.

 #88  Antonio Andrews TennesseeBye: 13 
 
 #89  Chris Polk HoustonBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Polk wasn't much of a factor in the Eagles' offense until late in the season when he started to get some goal-line chances. Polk scored three touchdowns the last three games of the season. He had just 46 carries for the season, though, and double-digit carries just once. He is third on the depth chart at running back but gets some work in that role. Polk isn't a power back by any means but can run inside pretty well and has good moves in space. He also catches the ball pretty well, giving him more value in this offense.

Fantasy Outlook:  
If Polk gets the goal-line work this season, his value goes way up. But we aren't sure that is a given. He might be worth a late-round grab but that is about it. His yards won't be good enough to warrant grabbing him earlier in your draft. He might get a few hundred total yards and a few scores.

 #90  Juwan Thompson DenverBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Thompson played well in a reserve role his rookie season. He didn't get a ton of work but averaged more than five yards per carry and had just shy of 300 total yards for the year. Thompson proved he could be a solid NFL back. The bad news is the Broncos have a lot of options competing for playing time in the backfield. Thompson is likely to be No. 3 or 4 on the depth chart this year. Thompson does well between the tackles and has enough speed to make the big play to the outside. He has more speed than power but isn't afraid to mix it up if needed.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Thompson has some potential if he gets the touches but it will be hard to predict when his work will come this year, making him a long shot for fantasy teams. He might get 200 or 300 total yards.

 #91  Robert Turbin IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Turbin had very similar numbers to the first two years in his career, getting around 500 total yards and a couple scores as the top backup for the Seahawks. He has produced with his chances but gotten very little work his first three seasons in the league. He is just waiting for his chance to start, which could be in another season or two. 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.

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 600 or so total yards and a few scores. You would have to think the Seahawks would start to limit Lynch a tad more at this stage of his career.

 #92  Josh Robinson IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
The Colts added some thump to the running back spot, taking Robinson in the sixth round of this year's draft. Robinson is a little like a pinball, bouncing off tacklers and extending the play. He runs with power and can be a load to bring down in the open field. He is a bit raw, though, having little starting experience. It might take him a little time to get up to speed to the pro game. He should open the season as the No. 3 or 4 back for the Colts.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Robinson isn't going to get enough touches his rookie season to help fantasy teams. He could be a factor in a few more seasons. Expect a few hundred yards with a score or two.

 #93  Benny Cunningham Los AngelesBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Cunningham served as the top backup for the Rams last season and got a bunch of work as the top pass-catching back on the team. Cunningham had 45 receptions. He finished with 598 total yards and four touchdowns. Cunningham falls to third on the depth chart this season, though, with Todd Gurley and Tre Mason ahead of him. Cunningham is a small back but runs with power and has good moves in the open field. He catches the ball well and is good in blitz pickup.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Cunningham isn't likely to top his numbers from last season and should see a dip in production with a little less playing time. Expect around 400 total yards and three or so scores with 25 receptions.

 #94  Bernard Pierce ---Bye: - 
 
Player News:
Pierce had a chance to run away with the starting job last season because of the Ray Rice suspension, but lost out on the starting gig to Justin Forsett. Pierce struggled with his chances for the second straight season, averaging 3.9 yards per carry. He had double-digit carries just two times all year and finished with just fewer than 400 total yards. His career hasn't taken off as expected, looking more like a No. 2 or 3 back than an NFL starter. He'll compete for that role with the Jaguars this season. 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:  
His career is trending the wrong way. It wouldn't surprise to see his touches decrease even more this year - even with a move to a new team. Pierce just isn't getting the job done. He might get around 300 total yards with a score or two. Fantasy teams should be wary.

 #95  Christine Michael SeattleBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Michael was third on the depth chart once again for the Seahawks but got a few more chances during the season, rushing 34 times for 175 yards. He averaged more than five yards per carry and showed his explosiveness during the season. He should play a similar role this season but could have a larger workload in a year or two. He is just biding his time until Marshawn Lynch hangs it up. 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 is capable of the big game but just won't get enough consistent work to be worth grabbing for fantasy teams. We wouldn't be surprised if his touches increase this season but nothing too crazy. He should get around 300 or 400 total yards.

 #96  Matt Asiata MinnesotaBye: 6 
 
Player News:
Asiata found his way into the starting lineup for much of the season because of a suspension and injury. Asiata was inconsistent in a starting role but had his moments. He had two three-touchdown games and finished with 10 scores for the season. He averaged just 3.5 yards per carry for the season, though, which was a disappointment. He was an asset in the passing game, catching 44 passes. He isn't guaranteed anything for this season and should compete with Jerrick McKinnon for the top backup job. 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. He is an improving receiver that can make plays in the passing game.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Asiata is likely to see a big drop in production from last season. He has a lot more to compete with for touches, which doesn't bode well for him. He has some touchdown potential, though, which gives him some value. He could get around 400 total yards and four or so touchdowns.

 #97  Donald Brown New EnglandBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Brown fell down the depth chart some, serving as the No. 3 back for the Chargers much of last season. He got a little work in that role, getting his chances in passing downs more than anything. Brown had 29 receptions but just 85 carries. He should serve a similar role this season, helping in the passing game while getting sporadic work carrying the ball. 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 is another back with more value in PPR formats, making him worth a look as a No. 4 back. He can get around 35 receptions but don't expect big total yardage numbers. He'll get around 500 yards and a score or two.

 #98  Jonathan Williams BuffaloBye: 10 
 
 #99  James White New EnglandBye: 9 
 
Player News:
White seemed to have a shot to earn the starter's job but injury early in the season marred much of his year. He had just 22 carries but did get plenty of work in the passing game, catching 40 passes for 410 yards. He made his mark as a pass catcher, especially late in the year having multiple receptions seven straight games to end his season. He also had four touchdowns during that stretch. He isn't a sure thing to keep that role going forward, having plenty of competition for touches at running back. 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 solid receiver, which will help his chances to play in this offense. Fantasy Outlook: White might have the occasional good showing but likely won't get enough consistent work to help fantasy teams. He is going to have a hard time repeating his reception numbers of last season but could get around 20 to 30 receptions, giving him some value in PPR formats. Expect around 400 total yards and a few scores.
 #100  Mike Gillislee BuffaloBye: 10 
 
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.

 #101  Shaun Draughn San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Draughn was on a few different rosters last season but got his only carries with the Chargers, rushing 10 times for 16 yards. He finished the season with the Browns but didn't get any touches offensively. At this point, Draughn is just fighting for an NFL roster spot. His biggest asset might be his ability to catch the ball out of the backfield. He can be an asset in the passing game. He'll challenge for a roster spot this season.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Draughn is just trying to get a job, so don't bother with him come draft day. If all goes well, he could get a few hundred total yards.

 #102  Jonas Gray JacksonvilleBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Gray had one of the best games by any back last season, rushing for 201 yards and four touchdowns in Week 11. Gray got a few chances in the Patriots' offense but was inconsistent, getting sporadic work from week to week. The good news is he produced some good numbers when playing, giving him hope for this coming year. He averaged 4.6 yards per carry and scored five touchdowns despite getting work in eight games. Gray will battle for a top reserve role this season. Gray is more of a power back. He is small but has good strength and speed. He isn't really a big-play back but can make the occasional big play. Gray isn't much of a pass catcher, which isn't great for him to grab more playing time in this offense.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Gray is a wild card but it is hard to overlook what he did with some chances last year. He can produce for the Patriots. He is worth a late-round grab come draft day. You never know. We expect 400 or 500 total yards and a few scores.

 #103  Stevan Ridley DetroitBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Ridley suffered a major knee injury during Week 6 last season, tearing both his ACL and MCL. He has a long road back. Ridley had two 100-yard showing in six games before getting hurt. Ridley heads to the Jets this season, looking to earn some carries for the coming season. If healthy, he could play his way into the starting lineup. 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 23 receptions in four seasons. Ridley has battled fumbling issues throughout his career, causing him to lose confidence with the coaching staff.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Ridley has plenty of potential but is a risk because of the injury and the Jets have two other solid backs looking for carries. So consider Ridley a No. 3 back for fantasy teams. He could emerge into something better, though. For now, count on around 1,000 total yards and six or so touchdowns.

 #104  Mike Davis San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
The 49ers added some depth to their running back position, grabbing Davis in the fourth round of the draft. Davis is a small back but is a power back that can churn out the yards and knock down would-be tacklers. He lacks a bit of a second gear, though, and isn't a huge big-play threat. He'll likely be No .3 or 4 on the depth chart his rookie season for the 49ers.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Davis doesn't have a lot of potential his rookie season. He won't be on the field too much unless injury occurs. Expect around 400 total yards with a score or two.

 #105  Jacquizz Rodgers ChicagoBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Rodgers saw a big dip in production last season, getting a lot less work compared to the past few years. He had 29 receptions after getting 52 catches the previous season. Rodgers had just 390 total yards for the year. Rodgers should play a similar role this season for the Bears. He'll get some occasional carries but 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 some value in PPR leagues but that is about it. We expect his numbers to improve a little this season but not back to his previous years. He can get around 500 total yards and a few scores with 35 or so receptions.

 #106  Brandon Bolden New EnglandBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Bolden had just 30 touches all season and his season-high in carries was just five. He got very little work in the running game for the Patriots. He has a ton to compete with for carries but should keep a roster spot because of his strong play on special teams. 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, but still not great in that area.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Bolden doesn't have much potential at this point in this offense. He'll be lucky to top 100 total yards.

 #107  Kelvin Taylor San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
 #108  Jamize Olawale OaklandBye: 10 
 
 #109  Fred Jackson SeattleBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Jackson hit the 1,000 total yard mark for the fifth time in six seasons. He was the best back for the Bills last season. He didn't have a great year rushing the ball (525 yards) but made his presence felt in the passing game once again, catching 66 passes for 501 yards. He was one of the top pass-catching backs in the game. Jackson seems to fit that role better than any other these days and should fill a similar role this season. His rushing totals haven't been too impressive the past few years, averaging fewer than four yards per carry two of three seasons. Jackson is got a later start to his NFL career but his 33 years old, which is a concern. You have to wonder how much he has left in the tank. The good news is 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 has big value in PPR formats but not much value outside of those. You would have to think his numbers would start to decrease pretty dramatically at this stage of his career. Expect around 600 total yards and a few scores with 35 or so receptions. He can help in a reserve role for fantasy teams.

 #110  David Cobb TennesseeBye: 13 
 
Player News:
Cobb is another productive back to come out of Minnesota, putting up big numbers in a starting role in college. He was taken by the Titans in the draft and could have a chance to grab a big playing role his rookie season. Cobb will have a legit chance to move up the depth chart and challenge Bishop Sankey for the starter's job. Cobb isn't really a speed back but does well between the tackles and churning out yards. He has good size for the position and is tough to bring down with the ball in his hands. He lacks a bit of a second gear, though, and isn't going to break off many long runs.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Cobb is worth a late-round look come draft day. He'll get his chance if Sankey doesn't produce. Cobb should be taken as a low-end No. 3 or 4 back for fantasy teams. He can get around 600 total yards and three or so scores.

 #111  Orleans Darkwa New York GiantsBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Darkwa got some work as a rookie but not much. He ran nine times while catching five passes for 48 yards. His work was few and far between. But he did play some and the Giants have some openings at running back, so Darkwa could earn a bigger role this year with a strong camp and preseason. Darkwa seems setup best to be a change-of-pace back. He catches the ball and can make plays in space. He isn't much of a runner between the tackles, though, and lacks a little explosion at the position.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Darkwa isn't going to get enough work to help fantasy teams. His numbers should rise some this year but don't expect a huge jump. He might get a few hundred total yards.

 #112  Terrance West BaltimoreBye: 8 
 
Player News:
West had his chances last season but was erratic for the Browns. He was in and out of the starting lineup, getting most of the load one week while not getting a carry the next. His overall numbers weren't too bad, getting more than 700 total yards and five touchdowns. He had three games with 90-plus yards. But as mentioned, West didn't grab hold of the starter's job and struggled at times. He will challenge for the starting job this season. 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 isn't a great receiver out of the backfield. West needs to improve his consistency if he hopes to be a three-down starter in this league.

Fantasy Outlook:  
West has some potential if he makes strides this season, which is possible. Plus, the Browns offense should be better than last season, another plus for West. But for now, you can't count on him to be anything more than a No. 3 or 4 back for fantasy teams. He has a lot to compete with for touches and could get 700 or 800 total yards and five touchdowns if all goes well for him.

 #113  Dan Herron IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Herron emerged as the starter for the Colts late in the season and helped the team to two playoff wins during the postseason. He had 298 total yards and two touchdowns in three playoff games. Herron had double-digit carries three of the last six regular season games, finishing with 90-plus total yards two of those games. Herron should be the top backup for the Colts this season, playing behind Frank Gore. 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 doesn't really "wow" you on the field but can be a productive player in this offense. If starting, he has a chance to help fantasy teams as No. 2 or 3 back. But as long as he is in a reserve role, expect around 800 total yards and a few scores.

 #114  Jordan Todman IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
It took a while but Todman had his best game of the season the last game of the year, having 98 total yards and a touchdown. He had scores each of the last two games, having 174 total yards in those games. Todman has a chance to be the change of pace back for the Panthers this season. He had 25 receptions and could improve on that this season. Todman is a small back, but has top speed and good moves in space. He keeps improving every season as a receiver, giving him more and more playing time.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Todman could be a help as a No. 4 back this season. We could see him producing better numbers as a third-down option for the Panthers. He can finish with around 600 total yards and a few scores. His reception totals should around 30 or so.

 #115  Roy Helu OaklandBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Helu didn't get many carries but got a lot of work in the passing game, serving as the top pass-catching back for the Redskins. He had a career-high 42 receptions for 477 yards. Helu has 73 receptions the past two seasons, playing as one of the top third-down backs in the game. He didn't top 300-rushing yards for the second straight season and failed to get double-digit carries in a game. Helu could play a little bigger role this year, heading to the Raiders. He will be the top pass-catching back for the team and get some carries to spell Latavius Murray. 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 very well.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Helu has some injury concerns 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 800 total yards and four or five touchdowns.

 #116  Toby Gerhart JacksonvilleBye: 5 
 
Player News:
A move to Jacksonville was supposed to be a big break for Gerhart, but that wasn't the case last season. He got his chance to start some games but didn't grab hold of the full-time starter's job and did very little with his chances. He had double-digit carries four times but his season high in rushing yards was just 54-rushing yards. Gerhart averaged 3.2 yards per carry, failing to find much room to run. Gerhart is more of a backup than starter, showing that last season. He can fill a backup role well, though. 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 had his shot last season but didn't make the most of it. He is a deep reserve for fantasy teams. He might get around 600 total yards and a few scores.

 #117  Darius Jackson DallasBye: 7 
 
 #118  Kerwynn Williams ArizonaBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Williams did nothing until the last four games of the season. He got a chance for an expanded role because of injury at the running back spot. And Williams played very well late in the year. He had a 100-yard game and averaged 4.6 yards per carry. Williams proved his worth to the team and will compete for the No. 2 or 3 running back spot this year. Williams is a shifty back that also does well between the tackles. He isn't the biggest back but has strong legs, making him tough to drag down. Williams needs to work on his receiving skills, though, if he hopes to get more playing time.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Williams isn't going to get a ton of playing time but might be worth a spot play if he starts getting consistent touches. Williams might get around 400 total yards with a score or two.

 #119  DuJuan Harris San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Harris had just 16 carries as the No. 3 back for the Packers last season. He gets a chance with a new team this year, signing with the Vikings during the offseason. He'll try to win a roster spot. 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 but making strides in that area.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Harris is a stretch for fantasy teams. He'll be lucky to get 200 total yards unless injury hits.

 #120  Taiwan Jones OaklandBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Jones had just six carries and eight total touches last season. He hasn't progressed much at running back and there is talk he could be moved to cornerback going forward. So for now, it doesn't seem like he is in the plans at running back for the Raiders. He has 94-rushing yards in two seasons. Jones has some ability, though, and could be a third-down back with more seasoning. Jones is a speed back, an ideal change-of-pace back. He has blazing speed and top moves in the open field. He isn't big at all, though, which limits his role offensively.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Don't bother with Jones. It is looking more and more like he will be moved to defense, which obviously leaves him no value at running back for fantasy teams.

 #121  Ahmad Bradshaw IndianapolisBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Bradshaw broke his leg about halfway through the season, missing the rest of the year. He was producing pretty well before getting hurt, scoring eight touchdowns in 10 games. He did much of his damage in the passing game, catching 38 passes for 300 yards. He also ran for more than 400 yards, averaging 4.75 yards per carry. Bradshaw produced good all-around numbers, showing he could still be a capable starter in this league. Bradshaw is 29 years old with a long injury history, so his days of being an every-down back are about over. He probably is best suited as a change-of-pace back or spot 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 or 4 fantasy back because of his injury risks. We would expect a season with around 600 total yards and few touchdowns.

 #122  Knile Davis Kansas CityBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Davis got some extended playing time early in the year because of an injury to Jamaal Charles and played well in that role. Davis had two 100-yard games in a starting role. He didn't see the field much after Week 8, though, failing to get double-digit carries the rest of the way. He scored seven touchdowns, taking advantage of some work around the goal line. Davis should play a similar role this season as the top backup for the Chiefs. 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 some fantasy value because of his touchdown potential. He can score some in this offense, especially if he gets more work around the goal line. Davis won't give you a ton of yards, maybe 600 or so, but can score five or six touchdowns. And if Charles gets hurt, Davis is a must add for fantasy teams.

 #123  Zac Stacy New York JetsBye: 11 
 
Player News:
Stacy opened the season as the starter for the Rams but lost that job and barely saw the field the second half of the season. Stacy ran for less than 300 yards on the year and averaged just 3.9 yards per carry. He failed to capitalize on a solid rookie season but a move to the Jets could be a good thing for his career. He'll compete for a job with his new team, maybe even serving as the starter if all goes well for him. Stacy 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 big-play ability because of just so-so speed at the running back spot. He is more of a plodding back than top playmaker at the position.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Stacy was one of the biggest busts of last season but can turn things around this year with the Jets. He should get more playing time and could get around 700 total yards with a few scores. He is worth a late-round look as he could emerge as the starter at some point.

 #124  Steven Jackson New EnglandBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Jackson had another subpar season as the starter for the Falcons. He ran for just over 700 yards and averaged 3.7 yards per carry. He had just one 100-yard game and had 60 or more rushing yards just three times all year. Jackson turns 32 before the start of the season and seems likely to play more of a reserve role in 2015. His days of being an every down back seem about over, especially if you consider his effectiveness the past two seasons. And don't forget that Jackson has nearly 3,000 carries for 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 is a back to avoid. He is on the downside of his career and a bounce-back isn't likely to happen this year. He could get around 600 total yards and four or five scores.

 #125  Bryce Brown SeattleBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Brown was third on the depth chart most of the season for the Bills, getting few chances in the running game. He was most effective as a receiver when playing, catching 16 passes in limited action. He had two games with six or more receptions. Brown averaged just 3.5 yards per carry, though, failing to make many plays as a rusher. He'll battle for a backup job this season. 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 the past few years. He also isn't a bad receiver but needs to improve some in that area to get more work offensively.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Brown didn't get as much work as expected last year but has a chance to improve on that this season. He could get a few more touches. That doesn't mean he is worth a roster spot, though. Brown remains a bit of a stretch. He could get around 400 or 500 total yards with a score or two.

 #126  Bruce Miller San FranciscoBye: 8 
 
Player News:
Miller was the starting fullback for the 49ers last year and served the role pretty well. He didn't get many rush attempts but made some plays in the passing game, catching 18 passes for 189 yards and two scores. Miller catches the ball pretty well for a fullback and can be another option in the passing game for the 49ers. Miller's biggest asset to the offense is as a blocker, a role he serves well. He won't get many touches offensively but the occasional reception.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Miller scored a few times last year but you just never know when those scores are going to come. He is a reach for fantasy teams. He could improve his reception totals some from last year but don't expect a monster jump in catches. He can get around 25 catches with a score or two.

 #127  Anthony Dixon BuffaloBye: 10 
 
Player News:
Dixon actually found his way back into the starting lineup because of injury and didn't have a bad season, especially compared to the past few years. He averaged 4.1 yards per carry and finished just shy of 500 total yards. Dixon did have four games with double-digits, though, and his season high in yards was just 54. Dixon can help in a reserve role, a role he'll compete for this season. 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 might have a hard time repeating last season, making him a stretch for fantasy teams. He might get a few hundred total yards with a score or two.

 #128  Michael Burton DetroitBye: 10 
 
Player News:
The Lions used a fifth-round pick on Burton, hoping to find a starting fullback for the coming seasons. Burton isn't much of a runner or pass catcher, but blocks well and can be an asset in the passing game. His work offensively should be more as a blocker than anything.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Burton might catch a few passes and get a couple carries but not enough to help fantasy teams. His value comes as a blocker, which won't help fantasy teams.

 #129  Jalston Fowler TennesseeBye: 13 
 
Player News:
Fowler was taken in the fourth round of this year's draft to serve as the starting fullback for the Titans his rookie season. He is a big back that blocks well but also catches the ball well out of the backfield. He also isn't a bad rusher, having some short-yardage potential as an NFL back. He does lack a little strength and size for the fullback spot, and might need to bulk up some to be an ideal starting fullback.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Fowler isn't going to help many fantasy teams but should improve the Titans rushing attack. He might get a few receptions and the occasional carry, but that is about it.

 #130  John Kuhn Green BayBye: 4 
 
Player News:
Kuhn once again got most of his work in a fullback role for the Packers and served that role well. He didn't get many offensive touches but did score once and had 24 carries at running back. He continues to be more of an asset as a blocker than anything. 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, making a few plays in the passing game the pat few 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 100 total yards.

 #131  Kenjon Barner PhiladelphiaBye: 4 
 
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.

 #132  Joseph Randle ---Bye: - 
 
Player News:
Randle opened the season as the starter for the Cowboys but injury and off the field issues caused him to fall out of favor in a hurry with the team. He was eventually released by the Cowboys, showing his quick fall from grace. He had 400 total yards and four touchdowns in six games last season. Randle has ability but his issues off the field could keep him out of the NFL going forward. He had more problems after his release from the Cowboys. When playing and on the field, Randle 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 had his chance last year but blew it. He isn't worth drafting for fantasy teams until he gets back onto the field and is getting playing time once again. We aren't so sure that happens.
 #133  Travaris Cadet New OrleansBye: 5 
 
Player News:
Cadet got the most work of his career last season, setting career highs across the board. He got most of his chances in the passing game, catching 38 passes for 296 yards and a touchdown. He did well as a third-down back for the Saints, serving that role well. He got very little work running the ball, though, rushing just 10 times for 32 yards. Cadet has a good chance to play a similar role this season, serving as the top pass-catching back for his new team, the Patriots. He has potential in that role, especially in this offense. Cadet has plus speed and good hands. He has good moves in space and is a playmaker. He lacks the ideal size to be a three-down back and does little when getting his chances to run the ball.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Cadet has some value in PPR formats. He'll get his catches in this offense. He might even get a little more work in that area this season, finishing with 45 or so catches. But outside of PPR formats, don't bother with Cadet come draft day.

 #134  Marcus Murphy New OrleansBye: 5 
 
 #135  Daniel Lasco New OrleansBye: 5 
 
 #136  Rex Burkhead CincinnatiBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Burkhead got the first offensive touches of his career last season, rushing nine times and catching seven passes. He was fourth on the depth chart much of the season, though, getting very little playing time. He has a chance to move up to third on the depth chart this season but don't expect him to be the top backup. 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 can 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.

 #137  Pierre Thomas WashingtonBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Thomas didn't get as much work carrying the ball last season but did well as the top pass-catching back for the Saints. He finished with 45 receptions for 378 yards and a touchdown. His season high in rushes was just eight, though, and he failed to get more than 225-rushing yards on the season. Thomas is best suited as a third-down or change-of-pace back at this stage of his career (31 years old). He can still get that job done in that role. Thomas isn't a huge back, but has good speed and moves. He does have durability concerns, playing a full season just twice in eight years.

Fantasy Outlook:  
Thomas' value peaked a few years back. He might be worth an outside look in PPR formats but that is about it. He could get around 400 total yards and 35 receptions.

 #138  Joey Iosefa New EnglandBye: 9 
 
 #139  Malcolm Johnson ClevelandBye: 13 
 
 #140  Keenan Reynolds BaltimoreBye: 8 
 
 #141  Stepfan Taylor ArizonaBye: 9 
 
Player News:
Taylor got some chances to start late in the season but wasn't much of a factor in that role. He had double-digit carries three times but his season high in rushing yards was just 61. Taylor averaged just 3.3 yards per carry and is likely to open this season third 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 help 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 20 receptions and 300 total yards. Don't expect him to match his touchdown total (4) of last season.

 #142  Keith Marshall WashingtonBye: 9 
 
 #143  Dwayne Washington DetroitBye: 10 
 
 #144  Zac Brooks SeattleBye: 5 
 

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