DeAndre Washington, Oakland Raiders. “Dynamic.” That one word aptly describes Washington’s ability. Among running backs with at least 150 touches in 2015, Raiders starter Latavius Murray ranked as the seventh-least efficient. Washington can chew up chunks of yards with limited touches and offers a short-area spark in the passing game.
If Murray continues to struggle, we can expect to see more of Washington on the field with potential to take over the show.
13.7 - C.J. Prosise - RB - SEA
Rawls had some injury trouble last year so I am picking up a Seattle running back. This team is always going to be scoring so if Rawls misses a few games this guy can have some value.
@Gronkykong you're OTC
My philosophy has always been to draft a backup QB before a D. Derek Carr should continue to get better in year 3 and see him as my starter when Newton faces a tough match up ( week 1 Newton faces Denver, Carr faces New Orleans).