5. RB Zach Zenner
What it should be: Between 74-76
Since entering the league in 2015 as an undrafted free agent after a legendary FCS career at South Dakota State, “Dr. Z” has had to continue to prove that he belongs. At this point, I believe he has more than done that. From consistently doing the dirty work on special teams and superb pass blocking to at times seemingly being the only Detroit running back that can produce positive yardage, I believe Madden kind of shunned Zach at bit by rating him a 70 this year. But then again, he’s used to it.