6. Latavius Murray / Chase Edmonds, RB, Denver Broncos at Tennessee Titans

Since becoming a member of the Broncos, Murray has done everything that’s been asked of him. He’s scored two touchdowns in three games, he’s plodding along without any turnovers and is averaging 13.6 touches and 48.6 total yards. That’s a lot of little for as much as he is given the opportunity to help.

Everything becomes that much harder for touches and time, and that’s because of the Chase Edmonds trade. The backfield in Denver could be split three to four ways now (Melvin Gordon and Mike Boone) and that means it’s harder to start Murray in any capacity unless you’re in a deep league. Also, if you think he can still get those crucial carries in the red zone without letting this backfield play out is risky business.