Bryce Brown is no higher than third on the Bills' running back depth chart right now, but he could be moving up quickly as soon as next year. ESPN's Mike Rodak wrote Tuesday that he thinks the team would like to develop Brown "into one of their lead backs."
The Bills might have to, because C.J. Spiller can opt out of his deal after this season, and Fred Jackson is likely to walk via free agency as he will turn 34 in February. Brown has the power and speed to be a future star. He just needs a lot of work on his fundamentals. The team needs to harness his talent and stop him from attempting to gain 40 yards on every play. He is only 23 years old and should be on the radar of every dynasty leaguer.