Kevan Barlow - Don't believe the hype. If bad offenses meant a running back couldn't excel, then Jamal Lewis wouldn't have led the league in rushing, and Ladainian Tomlinson, Stephen Davis and Travis Henry would have sucked. If you have talent, it's going to show up on the stat sheet.
Corey Dillon - What I don't like about Dillon is that he hits that magical age of 30 in October, and the fact that he has never been a great receiver. Kevin faulk will still come in on 3rd downs, making Corey Dillon a two-down back. On the upside, the Patriots are the best team in football and still have a pretty good offensive line, but I don't expect him to put up numbers bigger than he did in Cincinnati.
Travis Henry - The downside to drafting Henry is that you MUST draft McGahee as insurance, and it's tough to tell when you should take McGahee before other owners in your league decide to screw you over. It's a gamble.
Stephen Davis - In the same boat as Travis Henry, plus Davis is on the wrong side of 30 and hasn't shown he's been the most durable guy. But if you can get Deshaun Foster too, whoever is the starter in Carolina's going to put up good numbers in that run-first offense.
Domanick Davis - Has great potential, but needs to prove he wasn't a one year wonder. Is so small, it's tough to see him toting the rock 300 times in the season, and now that backup Tony Hollings is fully healthy, it's easy to see Davis getting spelled quite often.
Rudi Johnson - I like Rudi alot. Unfortunately I don't like his schedule. Rudi faces the toughest defensive schedule in the league this year, by a land slide. I think only once in the first 9 weeks of the season does he play a weak defense (cleveland).