There are certain universal truths in fantasy football.
One of them is that no matter how pass-happy the NFL becomes, running backs are always going to rule the roost.
Whether it's the dwindling number of true "bellcow" backs, the injuries that shake up the position every year or just the personal preferences of fantasy owners, any running back with a pulse and a shot at playing time is going to be rostered in fantasy leagues.
Sometimes, even backs that don't have jobs have fantasy value.
For instance, fantasy owners who rolled the dice on Ahmad Bradshaw finding work were handsomely rewarded this week, as their lottery-ticket pick now has RB2 upside as a member of the Indianapolis Colts.
With that in mind, what landing spots could make the top remaining unemployed ball-carriers fantasy relevant again?
Let's hop in the "what if" machine and find out!
We're stopping at Quik Trip on the way though...I want a chili dog.