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Scott M

Best Rookie RB

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Which rookie running backs will have the best year? Feel free to add comments.

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I like Stewart, Johnson, and McFadden, but I think Hightower will break onto the scene and Ray Rice may look good early with McGahee hurt. There are some other guys that a) won't get any looks or B) play on awful teams

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Mike Hart in Indy is another potential sleeper if Addai goes down.

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indy has dominc Rhodes back again2 tho n kenton keith

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I pick Forte.... Why? Because he's on my fantasy team... duh.

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I think Forte and McFadden are in line to have the best numbers this season, just because they are in line to get the ball more. And I really like Chris Johnson...I think he will end up getting a lot of touches, splitting time with White. I have been targeting him late in my fantasy drafts...

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Hart would get the nod over Kenton Keith I gotta think.

McFadden and Stewart are gonna be the best out of the gate, Chris Johnson could come on strong, Forte could be good or could be overwhelmed with the workload and an iffy Oline

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I went with Kevin Smith. Same reason as Amish- on my fantasy team. He broke a 30+ yard run for a TD in their last preseason game, I think he is capabale of that many times in a season

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Only a couple guys on this list are starters at this point...

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i voted for johnson. I think hes going to have a monster year this year. I have him in both of my leagues!

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Jamaal Charles maybe a decent one- LJ hasn't played a full season in years.

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