Fantasy Football 2015: Top 50 Running Backs

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Dec 14, 2014; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals running back Jeremy Hill (32) runs on Cleveland Browns strong safety Donte Whitner (31) during the second quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

20) Frank Gore, Indianapolis Colts

Frank Gore is now a member of the Indianapolis Colts and will be the main guy for Andrew Luck to hand the ball off to. He is getting up there in age, but is still capable of producing for your fantasy team.

19) Jonathan Stewart, Carolina Panthers

With the departure of Williams, Jonathan Stewart is worthy of a pick without a doubt. Nobody is in his way now. The sky is the limit for Stewart if he can stay healthy.

18) Melvin Gordon, San Diego Chargers

Melvin Gordon is the second highest ranked rookie on the list and for good reason. He broke numerous records while at Wisconsin and many believe that will translate into the NFL. If Gordon is available when you pick, TAKE HIM.

17) Justin Forsett, Baltimore Ravens

Justin Forsett shocked the NFL world last year in what was his best NFL season with the Baltimore Ravens. Can he repeat what he did last year? Draft him to find out!

16) Todd Gurley, St. Louis Rams

Todd Gurley is the highest ranked rookie, shocker. Reports are that Gurley will be 100 percent by week one and will hopefully wreck defenses. If you are worried about his injury, don’t draft him. But, if you want an explosive guy with medium to low risk, take him without thinking about it.

15) Carlos Hyde, San Francisco 49ers

Carlos Hyde is now “the guy” in San Francisco and could be a dark-horse for the 2015 season. There aren’t many stats on him, but I would draft him.

14) Lamar Miller, Miami Dolphins

Lamar Miller continues to prove the doubters wrong and finds himself in 14th. I have always passed on him, but this is the year you should draft him. Nobody is on his tail and is expected to have a good year in south beach.

13) Alfred Morris, Washington

Alfred Morris had a fantastic rookie season a few years ago and hasn’t done a whole lot since. Morris in my opinion needs Robert Griffin III to produce in order to succeed to the fullest. so, would I take him? Maybe. Depends on how far he falls.

12) Mark Ingram, New Orleans Saints

Mark Ingram isn’t very good in my opinion, but i’m a Falcons fan so i’m required to say that. Will I draft him? Nope, no way. But, if I were you I would.

11) Jeremy Hill, Cincinnati Bengals

Jeremy Hill stole Giovanni Bernard’s starting job after a tremendous rookie season. I love this guy and was lucky enough to have him on my bench to start the year. Boy did that pay off! Draft this dude now!