Don't sleep on the run
The amount of talent at running back is impossible to overlook.
If 2011 was the year the NFL went more pass-happy than ever, this fall looks like the season things literally will come back to earth. Tennessee's Chris Johnson wants to regain his spot as the league's top runner. San Diego coach Norv Turner is preparing more touches for Ryan Mathews, while Pittsburgh offensive coordinator Todd Haley is bringing more balance to the Steelers' wide-open attack.
Don't forget about all the young backs returning from injury, either -- a group that includes Kansas ...
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