8. Rashad Jennings
Rashad Jennings is never going to be a superstar fantasy running back, and with the arrival of Shane Vereen, most people think Jennings value will drop off enough to make him a 3rd running back or worse. Our optimism for Jennings bringing in more fantasy points than expected derives from the fact that Vereen is a situational back and New York’s offensive line continues to improve. Jennings should remain the primary back for 1st and 2nd down and receive the bulk of the goal-line looks. Couple this with an offensive line that gained the 9th overall pick in last year’s draft in Ereck Flowers along with a second round center in 2014 that is moving back to his natural position and Rashad Jennings could be in for a productive if not spectacular year.