D’Ernest Johnson, Browns Johnson was really efficient last season. He rushed for 534 yards on 100 carries (5.34 YPC), finishing seventh in yards after contact per attempt and fifth in broken tackles per attempt, per Pro Football Reference. He also caught 19-of-25 targets for 137 yards. In the three games that he played starter’s snaps, he averaged 25.3 touches for 153 yards and 0.67 touchdowns per game. Johnson is just a good running back. Even though he’s third in the pecking order for touches in the Cleveland backfield, he’s a good late-round target since one injury to Nick Chubb or Kareem Hunt could thrust him into a 13- to 15-touch role.