2016 Outlook: The fourth pick in April's draft, Elliott should step in immediately as the Cowboys' lead back. He is a terrific rusher, a solid pass catcher and a close-to-elite pass blocker. At 6 feet, 225 pounds, Elliott has plenty of size and runs with enough power that he's assured heavy work near the goal line. There aren't many pro backs who push for 20 touches every week, but Elliott figures to join that list, and he'll do it behind the Cowboys' outstanding offensive line. At just 21, Elliott has major fantasy upside, making him well worth consideration in the middle of the first round.
2016 Outlook: Since entering the NFL in 2012, Morris has led the league with 1,078 carries. He ranks second in rushing yards (4,713), fifth in rushing TDs (29) and eighth in fantasy points (668) at the position during that span. Although his efficiency has dipped (his yards per carry dropped to 3.7 in 2015), there's something to be said for Morris' durability. He didn't miss a game while with Washington. Morris now heads to Dallas, where he's set to compete for early-down and short-yardage work behind rookie Ezekiel Elliott. If he beats out Darren McFadden for the backup role, Morris will be a high-priority handcuff.
2016 Outlook: After an underwhelming seven-year tenure in Oakland, McFadden enjoyed a bit of a resurgence in Dallas last season. He averaged 4.6 yards per carry, which was third best among 24 backs with at least 180 carries. From Week 7 on, he handled 18.4 carries and 3.4 targets per game. Tony Romo's return will help Dallas' offensive efficiency, but with rookie Ezekiel Elliott and veteran Alfred Morris joining the team, McFadden simply won't see the field much. He is worth rostering only if he beats out Morris for No. 2 duties.