As Part I highlighted, the purpose of this article is to identify players with more opportunity than their peers at similar ADPs. Part I covered quarterbacks and tight ends. Below are the running backs and wide receivers.
You can check out Part I for a full run-down on the methodology of EOFP, but here's a quick graphic to summarize.
Again, the projections used for carries and pass attempts were the average projections of David Dodds, Bob Henry, Maurile Tremblay, and Jason Wood. The projections used for targets were done by Justin Howe. Please give Justin a shout on Twitter and thank him if you like this column (or even if you don't, because his time was spent on this valuable endeavor nonetheless).
And remember, we had a disclaimer in Part I. The general theme of it is that a passing attempt by (or a target from) Aaron Rodgers is worth much more than an attempt by (or target from) Blake Bortles. In other words, opportunity isn't everything; I am not saying Quincy Enunwa will outscore Doug Baldwin, despite Enunwa's name being higher on the list in the second graphic below. Now, on to Part II.