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In 2010, Peyton Hillis was one of the best fantasy running backs in the NFL.
Scoring 13 touchdowns and running for over 1,000 yards, he looked like he was a rising star. Unfortunately, Hillis was arguably the biggest bust in last year's fantasy drafts.
He went from being a first- or second-round pick to being on everyone's waiver wire by the end of the season.
Now that Hillis is with the Kansas City Chiefs, he should have a bounce-back year.
He is no longer the No.1 running back that he was with the Cleveland Browns, but Hillis should still see plenty of touches.
Not only is Jamaal Charles coming off of a severe knee injury, but he also gets a limited amount of carries. In 2010, he only had more than 15 carries in five games. That same season, the Chiefs' other running back, Thomas Jones, had at least 15 carries in 10 games.
Do not be afraid to draft Hillis because of his poor 2011 season and the fact that he is in a two-running back system. He will get about 15 carries a game and rack up plenty of touchdowns, since he will be the Chiefs' goal-line running back.