Thomas Rawls, Eddie Lacy, RB, SEA - Both of these backs were fantasy relevant just two years ago and neither is past their prime in age. Rawls is still making guys miss and running hot like he did in his rookie campaign, but isn’t getting enough work to matter. Lacy doesn’t look like he did in his prime, but he still could have some life as a LeGarrette Blount type in his second act. The poor offensive line along with a split backfield isn’t really giving either a chance to get going, but if one gets hurt and the Seattle offense improves, there will be value there in the second half. Rawls is the more attractive, but either or both could be free on the waiver wire. The Seattle running game could take a step forward coming out of their bye.
Malcolm Brown, RB, LAR - Brown is free on the waiver wire even though he is a high value handcuff. Todd Gurley deserves a lot of the credit for the Rams running game resurgence, but this is a quality offense and Brown is the only other back of note on the roster. He even looked good catching passes a few weeks ago and we know he can run between the tackles. He’s a redraft and dynasty stash alike.