Pre-season rankings, along with conventional wisdom, were gone with the wind in the 2008 fantasy football season. Nowhere was this more apparent than at the running back position.
The No. 1 overall back was DeAngelo Williams out of Carolina, a team that just drafted a halfback in the first round of the draft back last April.
A first-year starter was number two.
A starter who made it into the end zone once last season scored 13 touchdowns this year. There were three rookies in the top 10. The perennial No. 1 one ended up with seven.
Nobody has any idea what they're doing with these. It's unpredictable, a crap shoot.
Now let me polish off my rifle...