17. Dion Lewis, RB, (Underrated)
If you ask any of the more knowledgeable fans of the New England Patriots, they would probably admit that losing running back Dion Lewis in free agency was one of their toughest losses in recent memory. Despite standing only 5’8 and 195lbs, Lewis was a tremendous dual-threat player for the Patriots, acting as a reliable outlet receiver for Tom Brady, and even one of the most effective running backs when rushing between the tackles.
There were many people who believed that he could actually be a more productive runner than Derrick Henry when Lewis signed with the Tennessee Titans, and the fact that Lewis had more carries than Henry over Tennessee’s first two games of the season might be proof of that.