Kevin Jones, Lions- What makes for a better sleeper candidate than a guy who was one of the biggest busts of 2005? Jones had 20 or more carries just three times last year and failed to reach 90 yards rushing in any single game. Look for him to bounce back under new head coach Rod Marinelli and new offensive coordinator Mike Martz. The Lions plan on using Jones more in the passing game after he caught only 20 balls last season. In 2004, he showed he can put up numbers, posting four 100-yard games in the season's final seven weeks. I've seen him ranked anywhere from 11th to 27th. I had Jones at No. 17 in my rankings, but I could certainly see him finishing higher. If your top two running backs have question marks, and you can grab Jones as a third option, don't hesitate. He will finish the season as a legitimate No. 2 back.