The (now) 27-year-old Fournette was the RB5 prior to his ankle injury in Week 15, averaging 18.0 touches for 92 total yards and 0.77 touchdowns per game. The touchdowns are nice, but the key to Fournette’s scoring was his involvement in the passing game as he led all running backs in targets (77) through Week 14. The Bucs re-signed Fournette to a three-year deal worth up to $24 million, which indicates that he’ll continue to carry the load in Tampa. The team also re-signed Gio Bernard, who was a bit player in 2021, before drafting Rachaad White in the third round of the 2022 draft. It’s unlikely that White eats into Fournette’s workload as long as Fournette stays healthy. With Tom Brady back, this offense figures to be one of the most productive in the league, so Fournette’s positional ADP (RB12) makes a lot of sense.