Montgomery finished the season as the No. 25 running back despite seeing the 12th-most touches, so to say that he was inefficient would be an understatement. The good news is that the Bears did nothing at the position that would threaten Montgomery’s sizable workload. There’s more bad news though: the Bears didn’t do anything to improve their offensive line, which was 29th in Football Outsiders’ Adjusted Line Yards. Montgomery could improve in his second season, and given his current ADP, he’s a low-risk/high-volume pick in the fifth round. Prospective owners should know that he scored fewer than 7.0 fantasy points (PPR) in six of his last eight games.