I think Dillon could have the most talent in the league (arguably, of course), but he seems to be kind of a moody runner. It almost seems like he's phoning it in sometimes (but perpetually crappy o-lines surely play a factor), but still produces. He made no big secret that he hasn't been happy in Cincy the last few years, but I think this year might be different. He seems to get along with Coach Lewis, and the Bengals are nowhere near as bad as they were last year. If Cincy wins a few games and Dillon stays healthy, he'll certainly bounce into the top 10. I agree with the 10-13, maybe 15 placement, certainly top 20. And, like someone mentioned above, he is completely capable of putting up video game numbers any week. Plus, he plays Cleveland twice this year (ask Jamal Lewis how good their run D is) and Arizona, Houston and San Diego once each. The possibilities are pretty good he could finish in the top 10.
"When I was a kid I thought I was going to be the starting centerfielder for the Boston Red Sox. Life sucks, get a f___ing helmet." --Dennis Leary