2020 4for4 subscribers will remember that Gibson was our biggest draft day value at the running back position for much of the summer, at least until his ADP caught up with the release of Derrius Guice. He turned in a No. 12 fantasy finish (half-PPR) despite a 44% snap share and finishing 27th in touches per game at his position. For most backs, this lack of playing time and/or usage would be worrisome, but not for Gibson, who was playing the position full-time for the first time. This offseason, Washington has already revealed that it wants to get him more involved as a receiver (36 catches last year), while the coaching staff has said that Gibson’s improvement is like “night and day” compared to last year and that they expect a “big jump” in 2021 production. Washington also projects to have one of the best offensive line units in the league.