Projected by many to be drafted in the first two rounds, Billings was left waiting until Day 3 of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Establishing the run is a prominent phrase in coachspeak, but pounding the rock early doesn't lead to wins in the NFL.
The Dolphins selected running back Kenyan Drake in the third round of the draft, but Jay Ajayi could benefit from it.
Howard had some shortcomings in college but could be part of a successful backfield for Chicago.
The Browns passed on 2016's top quarterbacks in the NFL draft, and opted for USC's Cody Kessler. That may be the best move they could have made.
Taken in the late fourth round, did NFL talent evaluators see more flags than the dynasty community?
Despite his very productive college career, Leonte Carroo doesn't come without some big question marks
While there was some hype around him pre-draft, being drafted in the fourth round as a backup is where Cook belonged.
Prosise is one of the draft's top backs, and he provides the Seattle backfield with more than just depth as a third-down back.
Henry might not produce as a rookie, but as the top tight end in the class, he was a solid choice for San Diego.
With the NFL Draft over, which players saw their situations get better for fantasy football purposes?
How does talented rookie running back Alex Collins fit in Seattle's crowded backfield?
Hackenberg will have the opportunity to display his ineptitude immediately in New York
If the Dallas Cowboys wanted to help their defense, they shouldn't have drafted running back Ezekiel Elliott.
Robert Nkemdiche is a perfect fit in Arizona's defense and in their franchise.
The Cowboys selected Ezekiel Elliott with the fourth overall pick in last night's first round of the NFL Draft. But why?
What can Laquon Treadwell, selected 23rd overall by the Minnesota Vikings, bring to their offense?
Memphis quarterback Paxton Lynch has extraordinary upside and titanic downside. What exactly is Denver getting in him?
Doctson had to wait until the 22nd overall pick to hear his name, but he might be the best receiver in the class.
Joseph was taken 14th overall, which was early given his ACL injury, but he could be a big-time player for Oakland.
Will Fuller has serious big-play ability, and gives the Texans a serious weapon across from Deandre Hopkins.
The Bills were fine in the secondary last season, but could've used help up front. Shaq Lawson should help.
The Titans filled a position of need, but was Conklin the right choice?