Miami's No. 3 back thrived in the Wildcat offense against Houston in Week 6, when he caught two TDs on trick plays. But that was it from Cobbs, who was once a prolific runner at North Texas. There's still some climbing for him to do on the depth chart, but you never know how Ronnie Brown's knee will hold up—not to mention that Ricky Williams is aging—so nothing's impossible.
80 Heath EVANS
BYE WEEK: 5
Entering his ninth NFL season, this former Seahawk-Patriot-Dolphin replaces Mike Karney as the Saints' lead blocker. Evans is a versatile and athletic fullback who gives New Orleans a big body to spell the more slightly built Pierre Thomas and Reggie Bush. Although he has scored just four career TDs, Evans is the Saints' only option for a power back in the red zone.
81 Kenny WATSON
BYE WEEK: 8
Watson's strong '07 didn't carry over to '08, as injuries quickly erased any role he might have had. He's still a reliable, veteran third-down back with solid receiving skills. But between Cincinnati's willingness to keep Cedric Benson and trade for Brian Leonard, Watson will see limited snaps at best and at worst could lose his roster spot in August.
82 Michael ROBINSON
BYE WEEK: 6
With defensive-minded head coach Mike Singletary and 63-year-old journeyman coordinator Jimmy Raye, is San Francisco really the best place for a slash guy like Robinson? We think not. And neither, apparently, do the 49ers, who drafted running back Glen Coffee in the third round. Robinson hasn't demonstrated the tools as a pure RB to warrant any investment on your roster.
83 Greg JONES
BYE WEEK: 7
This 254-pounder may be one of the NFL's most recognizable fullbacks in terms of how he runs over would-be tacklers. But that and a nickel won't buy you much fantasy relevancy. In a perfect world, Jones could register five short-yardage TDs in '09, but since he's not a regular fantasy starter, good luck guessing when those will occur.
84 DeShawn WYNN
BYE WEEK: 5