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Published on June 17th, 2013 | by Timothy Makalinao

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The Top 10 Best Running Backs NFL 2013

The Top 10 Best Running Backs NFL 2013! With OTAs going on around the country, now is a good time to at least start looking at what might happen this fall in the NFL. A lot can change between now and then, but as it stands right now, these 10 running backs are poised for great seasons.

10. LeSean McCoy (Philadelphia Eagles)

He had an off season in 2012, but the Eagles should be at least a little better this season. If healthy, he will be back in the top 10.

9. Alfred Morris (Washington Redskins)

The rookie came on strong to the end of 2012, and he will take on a bigger load with Robert Griffin III coming back from injury.

8. Trent Richardson (Cleveland Browns)

Going into his second year in the NFL, Richardson can already do everything. He will need to stay healthy, which is sometimes difficult for him, but he should move up in the upcoming seasons.

7. CJ Spiller (Buffalo Bills)

Spiller has a ton of speed, and he is strong enough to break away from tackles. A solid, all around running back who can be relied on.

6. Jamaal Charles (Kansas City Chiefs)

The lone bright spot for the Chiefs last season should be even better this year with an improved roster surrounding him.

5.Doug Martin(Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

Martin had some unreal games last season, and consistency should be even better this time around from the young Bucs. Look for him to take the next step and be a consistent star capable of numbers which could rival any RB in fantasy football.

4. Ray Rice (Baltimore Ravens)

Many compare Martin to Rice, who is still one of the best small running backs in the game. Baltimore loves to run, and Rice can make teams pay.

3. Marshawn Lynch (Seattle Seahawks)

A strong, physical back who can create offense in a hurry. He is one of the most durable backs in the game.

2. Arian Foster (Houston Texans)

His yards-per-carry are going down slightly, but he still gets more than enough touches to be considered at the very least a top three pick.

1.Adrian Peterson (Minnesota Vikings)

The reigning MVP did everything for the Vikings last year, and he could be even better and healthier in 2013. He has at least two more seasons of prime left in his body.

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