Where's everyone running off to?
It's time to give credit where credit is due.
After being marginalized, pushed aside, passed over and relegated to the second or third rounds of the NFL Draft, it's suddenly cool to be a running back. From Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon to Indiana's Tevin Coleman and Oklahoma's Samaje Perine, 2014 is quickly becoming the Year of the Running Back.
Forget those pretty-boy quarterbacks who earn all of the national media attention or those flashy receivers and their circus catches. After all, it's been the running backs who are putting up video game numbers and doing the grunt work this...