http://blogs.usatoday.com/gameon/2008/07/whos-in-your-11.html I agree with Ricky Williams and Reggie Bush as two of the top guys you might think of as "hmmmm,I wonder what type of year they may have",Although I think Maroney who has been erratic at best during his first 2 campaigns should be considered as well since this might be a year where the Patriots go for more of a running game than in 2007. My list would be .... Reggie Bush - Put up tons of awesome stats and showed ability at USC which looked as if he might be a special pro player - not yet,but this might be the year with such a potent offense in N.O. and teams may play the pass more so than in recent years thus letting Bush find more room to run and he may catch a lot out of the backfield as well. Laurence Maroney - Had a nice second half to last season after being left to a minimum with the strong passing game last year but I still have yet to see a real monster game from him (150 yards or more),especially against Elite teams like Indy,San Diego and Pittsburgh,Even If I were not a Patriots fan I would still put Maroney right on top of being one of the most intriguing RBs this season. Ricky Williams - I think the Miami offense will rely on the running game a lot and if Ronnie Brown falters in productivity we may see if Ricky still has anything left in his tank after returning from his vacation in 'jointropolis' Frank Gore - Was injured a bit last season but had a healthy and monster year in 2006 with the niners,If he remains healthy it will be interesting to see if 2006 was just a one year wonder for Gore or will he be the next great rising superstar at RB Willis McGahee - Did not show much last year as a Raven but as a Patriots fan seeing him twice a year I must say he was scary good at times and kept Buffalo in games with NE when he was at his best,If he on the downfall of his career or was last year just a bump in the road? - I do expect a year from McGahee that may put his right up there with the leaders at RB,especially since Baltimore does not have any real QB to create a respected passing game How about your list of top 5 most intriguing RBs to watch in 2008?