2. Mike Davis, RB, Seattle Seahawks
Mike Davis enjoyed a career year in the Seattle Seahawks ground ‘n’ pound scheme in 2018. Outside of Seattle and fantasy football message boards Davis seems to be a bit of an unknown commodity. After all, before 2018 the 5-9, 219-pound back had only one career touchdown and 348 yards to his name in three seasons.
In 2018 alone, Davis blew his career totals out of the water as he amassed 514 rushing yards and four touchdowns on 112 attempts while adding 214 receiving yards, a touchdown and 34 receptions on 42 targets (80.-percent). He also finished the year with the 25th best Pro Football Focus grade for running backs with a 75.0 grade.
The Seahawks will be entering the 2019 season with Chris Carson and 2018 first round pick Rashaad Penny as the two primary backs, which could mean that Davis will find himself out of Seattle looking for a more significant role.
At only 25 years old and with a limited load through four seasons, adding Davis for a deal nearing $4.5 million per year would be a bargain for the Texans looking to add another back to pair with Lamar Miller as improvement could be used on the running back depth chart of the Texans.