Fantasy Football 2015: Top 50 Running Backs

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30)  Isaiah Crowell, Cleveland Browns

Isaiah Crowell shocked many in his rookie season and is now the starter for the Browns. Crowell will have to deal with a new offensive coordinator but is worthy of a draft pick without a doubt.

29) LeGarrett Blount, New England Patriots

LeGarrett Blount is a brute and is somehow always in the headlines or good or bad. He is a solid running back and fits in perfectly to what the Patriots do best. Blount would make a solid addition to your roster.

28) Rashad Jennings, New York Giants

Rashad Jennings is the projected starter for the New York Giants over Vereen and Williams but that could change. I would stay away from him for that reason, but if you take him, I wouldn’t draft him very high. He is a good running back but has two other guys right on his back.

27) T.J. Yeldon, Jacksonville Jaguars

T.J. Yeldon is another rookie who will hope to lead the Jaguars in rushing in 2015. He will be the feature back in Jacksonville and is a wildcard pick at the moment. He could produce very well in 2015, or bust. But I would take him.

26) Andre Ellington, Arizona Cardinals

Andre Ellington will be the feature back for the Arizona Cardinals in 2015 and would be a great draft pick for your squad. The Cardinals are always looking to run the ball effectively.

25) Tevin Coleman, Atlanta Falcons

The Atlanta Falcons have a high rookie on the list for the first time in a long time and he goes by the name of Tevin Coleman. Coleman is in a heated battle with Devonta Freeman for the starting job but is expected to rack up more fantasy points in 2015.

24) Giovanni Bernard, Cincinnati Bengals

Giovanni Bernard was once the feature back in Cincinnati, but not anymore. Although, he could still in his job back if he stays healthy and can protect the football so I would take him for my bench.

23) C.J. Spiller, New Orleans Saints

C.J. Spiller is the newest running back for the New Orleans Saints and will have to battle it out with Mark Ingram for reps. Ingram is the opening day starter, but Spiller will get reps one way or another.

22) Latavius Murray, Oakland Raiders

Latavius Murray may not be a name you recognize, but will soon change that once he takes over the starting job for the Oakland Raiders. The Raiders are slowly building a nice offense and Murray will be a big part of that. Draft him.

21) Joique Bell, Detroit Lions

Joique Bell has been the guy in Detroit for the past two seasons, but now has someone on his tail by the name of Ameer Abdullah. Bell is safe, for now. Draft him.