The Rams signed Lance Dunbar this offseason to fill a pass-catching role for new head coach Sean McVay. The Rams didn't bring back Benny Cunningham, and while Malcolm Brown is still in the mix as a backup to Todd Gurley, Dunbar is the team's No. 2 back when healthy.
Unfortunately for Dunbar, he can never stay healthy. He's out indefinitely with a knee injury and has been battling knee problems for years. Even when healthy, he'll merely serve as Gurley's backup. Plus, with Gurley expected to draw more opportunities in the passing game, Dunbar's role in McVay's offense will be minimized.
2017 Bottom Line
Dunbar currently ranks as our RB79. There are better options if you're looking to fill your RB depth on draft night. Leave him off your board.