In today's NFL game, the use of a two-running back system has become the norm. Whether teams execute their offense with immense tight end-like runners or quick-moving scat backs, it's easy to see the effectiveness of using a dual-player backfield.
Although the lockout is looming and the 2011 season is uncertain, this NFL offseason appears to be one of the richest free agent pools in history. That being said, many teams may be looking to shift their backfield and change their appearance, perhaps trying to land that change-of-pace running back that can alter the dynamic of their team's offense.
That being the case, we take a look at the 10 best change-of-pace running backs on the market and where some may end up.