2. Jeremy Langford, RB, 42.6
This is another one that isn’t surprising. Langford has found the end zone a couple times, but his yards per carry is low and he hasn’t shown much explosion down to down. He’s been bottled up at the line of scrimmage and when he does have daylight, he’s not bursting it for big gains.
With Ka’Deem Carey battling an injury, Langford may see his playing time decrease at the hands of Jordan Howard. That may be the best thing for Langford. He may just not be a typical “work horse” and may be better off with 5-10 touches per game in a change of pace role.
The Cowboys run defense is not good, so Langford has a chance to see this number go up after week three. Either way, he has opened the door to lose playing time to Howard and Carey (once he’s healthy).