Last year it was Mike Bell and Tatum Bell. Tatum ran for 1,025 yards but only had a pair of touchdowns. Mike ran for 677 yards but found the end zone eight times. 2006 was another year of confusion for fantasy owners who drafted Broncos backs. Will that change in '07? The early answer is yes. Denver signed Travis Henry in the offseason, and he figures to be the main man. Last year with the Titans, Henry ran for 1,211 yards and seven touchdowns. He piled up six 100-yard games, four of which came after Week 9. Henry will be a popular pick, given Denver's system of producing high rushing totals. However, a couple things to keep in mind: One, Henry has to prove he can stay healthy being the No. 1 back for a full season, something that hasn't happened since 2003. And two, Henry will not be a factor in the passing game. He caught just 18 balls for 78 yards in '06. With all that being said, Henry is a high-risk, high-reward pick. Look for him to be among the top-15 running backs off the board and a second-round selection. Meanwhile, Bell is a nice late-round pick, considering he is a Henry injury away from being the No. 1 option in a running back-friendly system.