4. Charles Sims, RB-Tampa Bay Buccaneers

At the start of the 2015 season the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offense may be the place where fantasy statistics go to die.

While that may be a bad thing if you draft Doug Martin to be your bye week running back, it could be good news if you stashed Charles Sims on your bench.

Martin has proven he is a one year wonder and while he is the lead back today, he will not hold onto the job for long.  Sims is already set as the passing down back to start the year and will end up taking over when Martin fails again.

Reports recently surfaced that the Buccaneers coaching staff is high on Sims shifty running style and my feeling is he will eventually be given the chance to take over the number one running back position.

Take a late flier on Sims and you will not have to battle for him later in the year.  He will likely be a decent injury replacement or bye week running back by Week 5.