Each of the last two seasons, there have been rookie running backs who have found themselves in the right position and made big-time fantasy splashes. The Titans made Washington’s Bishop Sankey the first running back off the board in the 2013 draft hoping he can emerge as their primary rusher after letting long-time top-Titan Chris Johnson head to New York this offseason.
The Titans are ready to go with a full-fledged running back by committee approach which usually drains the fantasy value of each member while limiting their value. However, there’s always a chance that the committee dissolves and one player emerges. Getting into that situation without realizing it can be maddening, so just make sure to expect some ups and downs based on timesharing if you take one of the Titans backs.
Here is my look at each of the members of the Titans’ committee as we continue our RB Rundowns. The rankings included are from my top 80 RB which came out last week and which will be updated later this week.