A big key is getting more production from the starting running back position.
In is Toby Gerhart, replacing long-time face of the franchise Maurice Jones-Drew.
Bradley said this week Gerhart is faster than the coaches saw on tape, which will allow him to break more long runs.
Toby Gerhart has touched the ball 15+ times in seven career games and has averaged low-end RB1 numbers (12.6 FP) with that type of workload. The former Heisman candidate will start for the Jaguars and should see a lot of work in that role. Gerhart has fantasy RB2 potential as a lead back. For a more in-depth look at Gerhart's potential production, click here.