Byron Marshall Feature

NCAA’s Most Versatile Draft Eligible Running Backs

Players such as Ezekiel Elliot, Derrick Henry, Alex Collins and Jonathan Williams will likely headline the 2016 NFL Draft running back class. Each of those backs will be billed as every-down backs due to their size while smaller backs

Jay Ajayi Feature

Jay Ajayi: “I’m a Complete Back That Can Do It All”

Jay Ajayi demonstrated that he could be a workhorse back during his time at Boise State, which is evidenced by his 347 carries he accumulated in his senior season. His vision and balance as a runner, as well as

Jay Ajayi Feature

Jay Ajayi Can Give the Miami Dolphins What They’ve Been Missing in the Backfield

The Miami Dolphins selected Jay Ajayi with pick No.149 in the NFL Draft to help their incumbent starting running back Lamar Miller carry the workload at the position. Miller is known for his breathtaking speed and ability to create


The Miami Dolphins Are in Need of a Power Back and Javorius Allen Fits the Bill

Acquiring a running back who can get the tough yards and excel in pass protection is paramount to the Dolphins’ success on offense in 2015. USC running back Javorius Allen possesses a skill-set that the incumbent Dolphins’ running backs don’t


What Running Backs Are On the Verge of Breaking Down

FANTASY FOOTBALL NEWS: OVERUSED RUNNING BACKS These players are the  “straws that stir the drink” for most of the  NFL teams offenses. Quarterbacks are envious of them because of the glory  they receive.  In fantasy football, they are the

Ray Rice

Replacing Rice not the answer for Ravens’ struggling rushing attack

If you think the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens are better suited with three-time Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice being leapfrogged on the team’s depth chart, then that’s a big mistake. It’s true that Rice is in