His first year as a starter he had a fantastic season, with 1263 yards on 290 carries at a 4.4 YPC average. He also had 12 TDs and led the league in first downs. However both of those are largely a credit to the entirety of the offense and TFB. Now it's no secret that all year the Patriots played opponents nickel base packages as an attempt to stop the Patriots. Ridley rarely played against a loaded box while AP and Charles did on a routine, every down type basis. On the flip side, the Patriots were clearly a pass first team, and in spite of them saying they want to be more balanced, when push came to shove and we weren't steam rolling a team, McDaniels would call 30 straight passing plays if he could get away with it. He's shown great vision, wiggle, power, and explosiveness that translates into being an elite running back. Again, this was in his sophomore season and hasn't entered his prime yet. Is Ridley a good back who has the good fortune of playing for Brady, or is he a top 5 back in the making?