That would be Willis McGahee for me.
I drafted Henry with the perception that Willis would not see the field for quite some time during the year. Well, I was right at the beginning...Henry was the man. So, some guy who drafted McGahee as a starter (because he drafted defenses, kickers and QB's too early and was stuck with him) got sick of him getting 0 for the first three weeks of the year. He dumped him, and then I figured I'd better get him because of the way Henry was playing. Well, now Willis is "the man" there and is showing some promise as a possibly servicable #2 RB.