No more backups or tandem backs. I'll take a guy who was a front liner for his team. Find a guy who carried the bulk of the load, and even if his 40 time is 4.6, that guy can grind it out for you.
Example...Albert Morris was a workhorse who ran a 4.65 and did wonders for the Skins as a one cut physical runner. (6th round)
I agree. Using several backs doesn't allow the RB to really get into the flow of the game and many RBs needs that. Since this has become a passing game, I don't buy into the notion that the one RB can't handle a full load.