Running back Stevan Ridley has hard-to-miss talent, but his issue in recent years has been ball security. It might have been part of his planned workload (16 snaps played), or it could have been a replay of what unfolded in 2013, but Ridley didn't see the field after a second-quarter fumble. It was a close play, and we'll be interested to see it again to determine if it was indeed a fumble. Rookie James White played more snaps than any running back in the first half (26 snaps).
Ridley is on thin ice due to his ball security problems. The team gave him a vote of confidence when they let LeGarrette Blount walk in free agency, but they drafted White, presumably to shore up the position and possibly to replace Ridley when he becomes a free agent next summer. If he can hold onto the ball, he has the scoring potential to finish in the top 10, but his ball security issues make him a risky pick, even in the middle rounds.