This is from a fantasy football website, so that's the focus of the analysis, but I thought some people might find this interesting. As a note on the "running backs" section of the article; they wrote
"It's unlikely any of these backs will post double digit TD, and it's possible none of them will eclipse 1,000-yards rushing if they all become role players. Bennett seems to be the front-runner if Minnesota goes to a primary back philosophy."
On Kfan the other day, Tice said that Bennett will be the starter, Williams will be a role player, and Smith will be the guy when Bennett needs a break. It sounds like they're planning more of primary back pilosophy for this season.