Running backs will continue to litter the first and second rounds of fantasy drafts, but the position isn't as valuable as it's been in the past. In a time when backfield committees are more prominent than ever, it's become more difficult to gauge who will see carries on a week-to-week basis. As a result, it's more important than ever to know which runners are slated to start, who'll see the lion's share of the carries, and who will serve fantasy owners best as potential handcuffs (insuring your top runners). Here's our look at the backfield situations for all 32 teams.
15. Ahmad Bradshaw Brandon Jacobs, Giants: This will be less of a starter-handcuff situation and closer to a committee, though Bradshaw will see more touches. Still, Jacobs is a nice handcuff if you can land him in drafts.