Dayne is widely considered a pro bust, and for good reason. But consider he played behind Tiki Barber up until this year, and it is not farfetched to believe that he could actually have some talent in that overly-large RB body. He's a big back, like Mike Anderson was, and we all know Denver has the system for RBs to succeed annually. If he is given the chance to start, which I believe he will be, then I would expect about 1200 yards and 8TDs, simply due to the sheer number of carries he could recieve. He averaged something like 5 yards a carry this year, so those numbers are possible if you consider the extrapolation of his statistics as a full-time ball carrier. I'll take a gamble on him in the middle-late rounds.
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