10. Austin Ekeler, Los Angeles Chargers
Despite only scoring three touchdowns in 2020, Ekeler is still expected to be the Chargers’ primary source of offense. In 10 games last season, Ekeler rushed for 530 yards, caught 54 passes for an additional 403 yards, and found the end zone three times.
Unless the Chargers select a running back in the 2021 NFL Draft, there isn’t really any competition in the backfield to compete for touches. Ekeler stands to shine in quarterback Justin Herbert’s second season.