With all eyes on Robert Griffin III's recovery from knee surgery, it is easy to overlook the other driving force of the Washington Redskins offense. Alfred Morris finished second in the NFL with 1,613 yards as a rookie, which no one can say they truly saw coming.
Mike Shanahan's zone-blocking scheme has created another 1,000-yard back, but how he handles his running backs in 2013 will be interesting.
Behind Morris is a collection of backs with very different skill sets, though it remains to be seen who makes the cut, who is stashed on the practice squad and who is shown the door.
Here's an in-depth look at Washington's running back depth chart.