McCaffrey was the No. 3 running back in 2018 before his epic 411-point half-PPR 2019 campaign in 2019. The Panthers have a new quarterback (Teddy Bridgewater), but McCaffrey will continue to be the centerpiece of the Carolina offense and has a good chance to repeat his No. 1 RB finish if he’s able to play 15+ games. His 266 targets over the last two seasons are 48 more than second-place (James White). His 142 targets last year were the most by any running back since PFR started to track targets in 1992. His 124 targets in 2018 were the sixth-most.