By Sarah Tenley
Can the Redskins expect 34-year-old Adrian Peterson to replicate his 2018 success?
He rushed for 1,042 yards after looking dead in the water in 2017 and averaged 4.2 yards per carry.
Because Peterson is another year older, the Redskins are likely going to need production from elsewhere in the backfield, which is where Chris Thompson and Derrius Guice come into play.
Guice missed his entire rookie campaign with a torn ACL, but Washington seems to have high hopes for him in the offense. Meanwhile, Thompson is mainly a threat as a receiver out of the backfield.
Basically, the Redskins are going to need a group effort from their running backs in 2019.