Beyond that, Bell hasn’t played football since January 2018 and the Jets' over/under for wins is 7.5, which means they're not likely to be playing with a lead often. Gase-led teams also have played at a slow offensive pace. For all those reasons, I’m steering clear of Bell at his current average draft position. I’d rather select players like Nick Chubb or James Conner if I’m forced to take a running back early, or I'd take a receiver like Davante Adams in place of where Bell is going.
On top of that, the Broncos recently signed Theo Riddick. While Riddick has suffered a fracture in his shoulder that will keep him out six to eight weeks, his involvement in the passing game when he returns figures to hurt Lindsay's value. This Broncos offense could also struggle under new quarterback Joe Flacco. All in all, I like Lindsay, but think RB22 is a little high for him to be drafted when his backfield partner Freeman is being drafted as RB39 and 55 overall spots later.
When Hunt finally returns, he will have missed almost an entire year of football, and Chubb will be entrenched in his role as the lead back. The Browns also like Dontrell Hilliard, who may end up not being a major factor but is still one more roadblock when assessing Hunt's ability to be a legitimate fantasy contributor. If you get Hunt, you'll likely need to use a top-100 pick (his ADP now is 90) and then you'll to burn a roster spot while he's out. I’ll let someone else take him while I focus on guys like Latavius Murray, Freeman and the receivers in this area of the draft.
Other overvalued running backs: Rashaad Penny, Tarik Cohen, Kenyan Drake
Other undervalued running backs: Royce Freeman, Kalen Ballage, Miles Sanders