2. James Robinson, Jacksonville Jaguars
Heading into the season, the Jaguars backfield was a question mark following the release of Leonard Fournette. James Robinson has stepped up and done it in a big way. In the opener, Robinson carried the ball 16 times and was the only running back to log a carry.
Since then, Robinson has been a model of consistency. He turned in his first 100-yard rushing game in Week 2 against the Titans. In Week 3, Robinson logged six catches for 83 yards and scored two touchdowns on the ground.
The Jaguars are using Robinson early and often. Chris Thompson is getting some snaps but the count has not been close to begin the season. Robinson has solidified himself as the feature back in Jacksonville moving forward.
If healthy, Robinson is going to be a start worthy player in fantasy football. Despite the state of the Jaguars as a whole, Robinson is going to put up numbers because he is their No. 1 and his dual-threat abilities.