NFC East – Running back Rankings – 2014

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4.  Rashad Jennings, RB - New York Giants:  Rashad Jennings had the best season of his career in 2013 with the Oakland Raiders.  Their starter Darren McFadden had an injury plagued season, and Jennings stepped in and took advantage.  Showing that he could not only be a starter, but also a back who can play on third down as well.  Jennings signed with the Giants as a free agent, and he will be serving as their primary running back this season with David Wilson as the change of pace back.

Rashad Jennings

November 24, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders running back Rashad Jennings (27) runs with the football during the second quarter against the Tennessee Titans at O.co Coliseum. The Titans defeated the Raiders 23-19. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

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  • David Dorman

    I agree with the ranking. I think if we were strictly guessing who will have the most rushing yards I would go with Morris as number 1. Only because I believe McCoy will not only split carries with Sproles, but will be going out for a pass more often than last year as well. Sproles will allow him to run more routes. Morris is the primary RB to carry the ball period.

    • http://fanonfiresportswire.com/ Maurice Barksdale

      Sproles will have an impact on McCoy’s stats next season, but not having to carry the load like he did last season might actually make him even better, and keep him fresher late in games. I’d like to see Morris more involved the Redskins passing game, but it remains to be seen if that will happen.