Kevin Faulk NE 32.3 - 3rd down
Outlook: Unlikely to draft Darren McFadden with the 49ers’ first round pick, expect more of the same from the Pats backfield in ’08. Maroney performed just fine in goal-line work late in the season, so it will be interesting to see if he continues to lose important work to a healthy Sammy Morris.
 Dwayne Wright BUF 25.3 - Back-up
Outlook: All set here. New OC Schonert announces intention to use Lynch as an every-down back.
Outlook: Will McFadden be too tempting to pass up? If they don't go RB in the draft, Jones could get a nice boost in value as the Jets have revamped their O-Line
Outlook: A lot of bodies with none of them a sure thing under the new regime. This could be somewhat of a Ricky / Booker tandem until Ronnie Brown is ready to go.
 Gary Russell PIT 22.0 - Back-up
 Jerome Harrison CLE 25.5 - 3rd down?
 Jason Wright CLE 26.2 - Back-up
Outlook: Lewis re-signed to a very reasonable deal and likely to be a tremendous value again in '08 after hitting the juvenation machine last offseason. A true back-up could be on the draft shopping list
 DeDe Dorsey CIN 24.1 - Back-up?
Outlook: Likely scenario is Rudi / Watson to open the season with Kenny Irons joining in as the season progresses. Rumors of Shaun Alexander suiting up in stripes if axed by Seattle, and you can't rule out another 2nd or 3rd round RB in the draft
Outlook: McGahee has plenty of job security, but how poor will the offense be? Will Musa Smith be re-signed, or will the Ravens look for a back-up in the draft?
Outlook: Colts likely to look to the draft to upgrade on Keith for a more reliable Addai crutch.
Outlook: Toefield is gone and Taylor will be 33-years-old, so a mid-to-late round draft pick makes sense. Will MJD see his role begin to increase?
 LenDale White TEN 23.7 - 1st & 2nd down
 Chris Henry TEN 23.3 - Replaced as 3rd down back? / Still in the team's plans?
Outlook: Henry is a huge question mark. BakeSale White likely showed enough to keep the Titans from shopping for a dominant starter, but RB help is continually being pursued.
Outlook: Green will be back likely in a committee role with newcomer Chris Brown. This situation screams high draft pick, and Jonathan Stewart would be a perfect fit . . . if he falls to the 2nd round after toe surgery.
Outlook: Turner is gone, leaving return-ace Sproles to man the back-up role. A mid-to-late round pick seems likely.
Outlook: A true RBBC. Henry takes a paycut to stay on as the power back / inside runner while Selvin Young will steal 10-15 touches per week on outside runs and passing game work. There's very little long-term value in Denver these days as the next big thing is clearly not on the current roster.
Outlook: LJ should be healthy with Kolby Smith set as his back-up. Major questions: who quarterbacks the Chiefs to open '08, and can they improve the O-line play?
 Justin Fargas OAK 28.6 - Starter . . . for now
 Adimchenobe Echemandu OAK 27.8 - Back-up
Outlook: Fargas re-signed, which helps both his and Michael Bush's dynasty value. Fargas' value is mostly tied up in the '08 season, while Bush's value is more speculative and long-term, especially now that Rhodes has restructured. Jordan still likely to be cut, but he's hanging around