In a PPR league, I rank them as follows;
1. J. Charles - PPR Monster. The offense can only improve. With Weis in as coordinator and Cassel with another year of experience under his belt, the offense will be better and Charles will benefit. While T. Jones may steal some carries, Charles will undoubtedly benefit from Cassel dump-downs and plays of the like. Plus, off-season reports have stated how high the Chiefs are on Charles.
2 (TIE). Mathews - Beneficiary of a great offense. Touches will be similar to D. Will, with 15-16 carries a game and Sproles taking a lot of the 3rd down and passing packages. Will get a lot of red-zone looks. Not as talented as the other 3.
D. Will- Will put up similar numbers to last year. Showed how replaceable he is though when he went down at the end of last year and J. Stewart absolutely stole the show. Expect a 50/50 split from a team that will run the ball 30-35 times a game. If you are okay with that, then he's a great RB2.
3. Greene- Standard scoring, I put Shonn Greene up at 1 or a close 2. But he will not catch the ball whatsoever and his best case scenario is a Turner 2008 Lite year. So if you can live with the occasional games of 70 yards, 0 recs and 0 tds in a PPR league, he will reward you with a monster game here or there. But when you have these other 3 backs that offer great pass catching ability out of the backfield, I'd pass on Greene.
Regardless, all 4 of these guys will be great RB2s.
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