2014 Outlook: Alf is a pure inside, two-down runner perfectly suited for a zone-blocking scheme. Morris' uncanny vision makes up for his less-than-elite measurables. But his drawbacks are clear: When the Redskins trail, he doesn't play much because he won't contribute as a receiver. Jay Gruden's new coaching staff in DC has pledged to keep most of Mike Shanahan's old run-game concepts in place, which is what Morris owners want to hear. You're not getting a record-breaking, fantasy-MVP season from Alf, but he's not likely to bust either.
2014 Outlook: New Redskins coach Jay Gruden is a renowned passing-game enthusiast. As Andy Dalton matured in Cincinnati, Gruden transformed the Bengals' offense from run-heavy to pass-centric and made the Bengals a top-10 team in yards per attempt. He also advocated a backfield split, giving Giovani Bernard the role of pass-catching RB. In DC, Alfred Morris is the TD maker and will dominate carries, but he won't make many receiving plays. That's where Helu comes in. He has 87 catches in 34 career games and seems like a strong bet to cross the 50-grab threshold, provided he beats out rookie Lache Seastrunk.