We already touched on the QB’s and so now lets see how the running back position finished up as far as rankings from 2010.

1. Arian Foster
2. Adrian Peterson
3. Chris Johnson
4. Maurice Jones-Drew
5. Frank Gore
6. Jamaal Charles
7. LeSean McCoy
8. Michael Turner
9. Ray Rice
10. Rashard Mendenhall
11. Ahmad Bradshaw
12. Peyton Hillis
13. Steven Jackson
14. Darren McFadden
15. Matt Forte
16. LeGarrette Blount
17. BenJarvis Green-Ellis
18. Cedric Benson
19. Fred Jackson
20. LaDainian Tomlinson
21. Knowshonw Moreno
22. Jonathan Stewart
23. Brandon Jacobs
24. DeAngelo Williams
25. Pierre Thomas
26. Ryan Matthews
27. Jahvid Best
28. Shone Greene
29. Thomas Jones

-Yup Arian Foster finishes as the number 1 guy as he did everything ufabet ทีเด็ดบอลสเต็ป on a high level this season. Without a doubt Foster was one of the best values in the last few years as owners were able to snag him late in thwir drafts. He caught tons of passes, ran for tons of yardage, and scored tons of TD’s. Yes he was the best at the running back spot and there should be very little debate.

-During the preseason, the consensus top four picks in all drafts was the BIG FOUR running back group of Adrian Peterson, Maurice Jones-Drew, Ray Rice, and Chris Johnson. No one could argue this based on all four guys’ exceptional 2009 season but until he got hurt, 49ers RB Frank Gore was outproducing them all. Johnson, AP, Rice, and Jones-Drew still did their thing though and supplied their owners with top notch performancees, albeit on a little bit of a lesser level for all four guys from the year before.

-The big thing to watch is whether the Ravens bring back Willis McGahee to serve as the goal line back for Rice. Rice coverted two short TD runs in one game late in the year but John Harbaugh surprisingly didnt go back to him in those situations the rest of the way. If McGahee is let go and Rice gets the short line work, than I would certainly have no issue with him being a top four pick again in 2011.