Rashad Jennings is expected to be the starting running back for the Giants again this season, and hopefully the way he closed 2015 will carry over to this year. But there's plenty of competition for touches with rookie Paul Perkins, Shane Vereen and potentially Andre Williams, Orleans Darkwa and Bobby Rainey. Jennings was awful for the first 12 games last season with only one game with double digits in Fantasy points in a standard league. But over the final four games of the year he took off with an average of 15 Fantasy points, including double digits in points in each outing. It was the only four-game stretch of the season with double digits in carries each game, but this was the Jennings the Giants expected all year long. Now, he will once again share playing time, but Jennings could emerge as the lone Giants running back to trust heading into the year if Perkins isn't ready for a featured role. Still, there are a lot of mouths to feed in New York, and we consider just him a No. 4 option at best. He's only worth drafting with a late-round pick in the majority of leagues.