Facing an upgraded St. Louis defense, Packer RB Eddie Lacy gashed through the first-string defense multiple times, carrying five times for 25 yards and adding two receptions for 22 yards. While it was only one series, Lacy looked fast and refreshed, busting through the line and breaking multiple tackles. He will have plenty of opportunities to continue the performance this year with the high-passing caliber of Aaron Rodgers with a solid wide receiving core to boot.
Lacy is a legitimate RB1. He is currently the fifth running back off the board, behind only LeSean McCoy, Jamaal Charles, Adrian Peterson and Matt Forte. That high average draft position is warranted and there's a strong case for drafting him as the second or third overall RB in dynasty formats.