2016 Outlook: Every year it seems Frank Gore is on the verge of falling off, yet he has finished as a top-20 fantasy running back for 10 straight seasons. He hasn't missed a game since 2010, including a 2015 campaign in which he handled 71.8 percent of the Colts' designed rushing attempts. Solid at the goal line, Gore leads all active players with 24 carries from the opponent's 1-yard line over the past five seasons. He remains extremely consistent, but he is now 33 and lacks a high ceiling.
2016 Outlook: After a productive four-year stint with New England, Ridley was limited to 81 snaps with the Jets last season. Now he will look for a fresh start in Detroit, where he will compete with Ameer Abdullah and Zach Zenner for early-down and goal-line work. Ridley has a career average of 4.2 yards per carry, but he isn't much of a receiver, which limits his upside. If he manages to earn 10 to 12 carries per game, he could generate some flex value, but that scenario is unlikely. Ridley should be owned in only the deepest of leagues.