After Derrick Ward left for Tampa Bay, Bradshaw had some big shoes to fill. Bradshaw had his best year statistically, rushing for just under 800 yards and seven touchdowns. Keep in mind that he played most of the year with a broken bone in his foot.
I see Bradshaw having a similar role this year. As long as he heals from offseason surgery, he should have the No. 2 back spot locked up with a chance to get more touches.
The number of carries will solely depend on if Brandon Jacobs has the same type of year he had in 2009. If Jacobs goes down with an injury or isn't his normal self, Bradshaw will get more touches.
Depending on what goes on in training camp, Bradshaw will have a decently high value for a No. 2 back.
He can be a fantasy savior if someone gets him as their third back, but expect him to be taken around the fourth round.
Prediction - 180 carries, 1,000 yards, 8 rushing touchdowns
25 receptions, 220 yards, 2 receiving touchdowns