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Felix Jones in a game against the Eagles in 2010
Felix Jones is a back who I believe has never really been given a chance to shine in the NFL. In my opinion, his talents have been somewhat overlooked by many. But, for this season, he will put up numbers that could possibly put him into the top 15 at the running back position.
For the past two years, Felix Jones has been in an offense in which he was forced to split time and carries with Marion Barber, which severely hurt his fantasy value. This season, Barber (who I believe is a sleeper with serious potential) is gone and it has been stated by both Jason Garrett and Jerry Jones that Felix will be the premier back and they won't limit his carries. This is huge for Felix, since he'll likely garner enough carries to get somewhere in the 1,150-1,250 yard range.
Two years ago, Jones averaged 5.9 yards per carry, which is almost unreal. Last season it dipped to a very respectable 4.3 YPC. If he can up that number to get around 5.0 YPC, he'll have a great season for fantasy owners.
The one knock on Jones is that he doesn't score a lot of TDs, but I think that should improve with him being the feature back for Dallas in this upcoming season.