Good news: This is where it gets tough. Everybody and their father (thought I'd switch it up) has Johnson, Alexander and Tomlinson listed as the top-three running backs. I have Portis heading the second tier, and here's why. He set a franchise record with 1,516 yards last season and posted nine 100-yard games. After rushing for just five touchdowns in 2004, Portis found the end zone 11 times last year, and I expect that number to go up once again. Meanwhile, Al Saunders, the guy who previously was present as Priest Holmes, Marshall Faulk and Larry Johnson all turned into elite fantasy backs, joins Washington's coaching staff.