RBs: First look at next year's Top 10

1. Adrian Peterson, Vikings. All four members of our staff the Fantasy Source. It's best not to argue.
2. Michael Turner, Falcons. With 1,799 yards and 17 TDs, it's hard not to give the second spot to Turner. You won't be able to get him in the fifth round this year.
3. Matt Forte, Bears. Only four running backs cleared 1,700 total yards. Forte, who caught four of his 12 TDs out of the backfield, was one of them.
4. Steven Jackson, Rams. Ask yourself this question: Is anybody not named Peterson on this list really a better back when Jackson is healthy?
5. DeAngelo Williams, Panthers. A tougher schedule will make this season's 20-TD masterpiece difficult to repeat.
6. Clinton Portis, Redskins. Portis is the only back in the league with 300-plus carries in each of the last two seasons. Will that slow him down?
7. Brandon Jacobs, Giants. "Earth" scored 15 rushing TDs, but he also missed three games. He's missed seven games over the past two seasons.
8. Maurice Jones-Drew, Jaguars. Jones-Drew has 38 TDs in three seasons and top-five potential should Fred Taylor retire.
9. Brian Westbrook, Eagles. Westbrook turns 30 in September. He's still a double-digit TD guy, but durability always is a concern.
10. LaDainian Tomlinson, Chargers. L.T. falls from a top pick to a borderline first-round pick in one year. Will you take him in this spot?