2014 Outlook: At 6-foot-1 and 231 pounds, Jennings should fit into the Andre Brown role in the Giants' offense. He broke out with Oakland in the second half of 2013, flashing a bit of speed to go with hulking short-yardage talent. But the key variable in New York's backfield is David Wilson, a player with all-world quickness and sprinting ability. If Wilson can excel in his return from neck surgery, Jennings becomes an ancillary piece, more of a goal-line specialist. If not, Jennings is a candidate for 250 carries, though rookie Andre Williams will be in the mix as well. We're not sure Jennings is talented enough to be a long-term backfield solution, but he could find his way toward fantasy usefulness in 2014.
2014 Outlook: While Williams' bowling-ball physique (5-11, 230) promises a punishing running style, he has precious little wiggle and doesn't catch passes. His NFL comparables are BenJarvus Green-Ellis and Shonn Greene. Players who fit this profile occasionally find themselves in valuable fantasy roles, but that's usually when they become TD makers for prolific offenses. If David Wilson's neck problems prohibit him from playing in 2014, Williams -- along with Peyton Hillis -- would be in the mix behind Rashad Jennings. But since Jennings is a 231-pound dude himself, it's unlikely that Williams would steal many TDs.