San Francisco 49ers Trey Sermon. 4.4 Yards Per Carry and 65.3 PFF grade make this rookie a great addition. He was passed over for undrafted free agent Elijah Mitchell, and the right price could be available.
Philadelphia Eagles Miles Sanders. 4.7 Yards Per Carrying and 68.1 PFF grade if made available by the slumping Eagles, he could help solidify a great 1 – 2 combination with Myles Gaskin.
Seattle Seahawks, Deejay Dallas. His 2.4 yards Per Carry is not exciting. He would be a low-cost addition with an upside. But I believe the seahawks are not putting him in a position to thrive.
Detroit Lions Jamaal Williams. 4.4 Yard Per Carrying, along with his 78.8 PFF grade, makes this older back a quick fix to Miami’s run game woes. He would not be a long-term answer, but the winless Lions could use more ammo to build their roster and need Williams to finish their terrible year.
Atlanta Falcons Cordarrelle Patterson. 4.2 Yards Per Carry and an elite 84.9 PFF grade would make this rising star hard to catch up with. But with Matt Ryan’s Atlanta future unsure and a massive rebuild probably on the horizon, a 2nd round selection should help make Patterson available.
Indianapolis Colts Marlon Mack. 4.3 Yards Per Carrying is excellent, but he does possess a low 60.8 PFF grade. His limited usage, along with missing games with injury, has limited his playing in 2021. But with a change in scenery and more use, I believe he could be precisely the back Miami is missing.
Jacksonville Jaguars James Robinson. 5.8 Yards Per Carrying and above average 74.2 PFF grade makes most wonder why he would make this list. But With 2021 first-round selection Travis Etienne on the roster and plans of the Jaguars, getting draft picks to improve the Jags for 2022 makes sense for all parties.