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Fantasy football: Every NFL team’s projected running back starter and backup


Sometimes the best way to decide who to draft, when you are deep into your fantasy football draft, is to simply look at depth charts to pick running backs who are slated to start.

Though things continue to change around the NFL, most of the starters and backups have already been determined. And so, we’ve put together a handy guide to help you make a quick decision on whether it’s worth drafting a player based on their perceived opportunity to get touches.

The information below is based on the best available information and insight as of August 21:

Team Starter No. 2
Cardinals James Conner Darrel Williams
Falcons Cordarrelle Patterson Damien Williams
Tyler Allgeier
Ravens J.K. Dobbins Gus Edwards
Bills Devin Singletary James Cook
Zack Moss
Panthers Christian McCaffrey D’Onta Foreman
Bears David Montgomery Khalil Herbert
Bengals Joe Mixon Samaje Perine
Browns Nick Chubb Kareem Hunt
Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott Tony Pollard
Broncos Javonte Williams Melvin Gordon
Lions D’Andre Swift Jamaal Williams
Packers Aaron Jones AJ Dillon
Texans Dameon Pierce Marlon Mack
Colts Jonathan Taylor Nyheim Hines
Jaguars James Robinson Travis Etienne
Chiefs Clyde Edwards-Helaire Jerick McKinnon
Isiah Pacheco
Chargers Austin Ekeler Isaiah Spiller
Rams Cam Akers Darrell Henderson
Dolphins Chase Edmonds Raheem Mostert
Vikings Dalvin Cook Alexander Mattison 
Patriots Damien Harris Rhamondre Stevenson
Saints Alvin Kamara Mark Ingram
Giants Saquan Barkley Matt Breida
Jets Breece Hall Michael Carter
Raiders Josh Jacobs Brandon Bolden
Zamir White
Eagles Miles Sanders Boston Scott
Kenny Gainwell
Steelers Najee Harris Benny Snell Jr.
49ers Elijah Mitchell Jeff Wilson Jr.
Seahawks Rashaad Penny Kenneth Walker III
Buccaneers Leonard Fournette Rachaad White
Titans Derrick Henry Dontrell Hilliard
Hassan Haskins
Washington Antonio Gibson J.D. McKissic
Brian Robinson


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