Gibson appeared to be budding into a feature back during his first two NFL seasons (2,373 yards and 21 TDs), but the 2020 third-round pick was demoted to a lesser role with Brian Robinson Jr. in the fold last season. In six full games together without J.D. McKissic, Gibson was limited to 31% of the carries (11.0 per game), but handled a hefty 14% of the targets (3.8). He wasn't much of a fantasy factor (9.3 PPG), but he'll find himself on the PPR flex radar in deeper leagues if he maintains the change-of-pace rushing role while handling most of Washington's passing-down work. The 25-year-old has a low ceiling as long as Robinson is in the mix, but he's a fine bench option.