2016 Outlook: Murray's success in 2015 was a testament to the importance of durability and volume. In what was an injury-plagued season for Oakland at running back, Murray made it through 16 games as the team's workhorse. He finished the season third in carries, sixth in rushing yards and 11th in rushing TDs. His rate stats weren't quite as impressive; he averaged 4.0 ypc, including just 1.9 after contact. Murray posted only six top-20 weeks, making him a better flex option than RB2. He is still only 26 and is a size-speed freak, but he must fend off competition from rookie DeAndre Washington.
2016 Outlook: Washington will be one of the shortest players in the league. But don't let that 5-7 frame distract you from his impressive strength (24 bench-press reps, second among RBs at the combine) and quickness (4.20 short shuttle, the fastest). Washington was a quality rusher at Texas Tech and especially dangerous as a receiver: He racked up 1,877 yards and 16 touchdowns on 274 touches last season. Expect him to play a significant role for the Raiders as a rookie. At the very least, he will complement Latavius Murray.