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A lot of people live by the old mantra that you need to select running backs in both the first and second rounds. This year, some experts were saying this was especially necessary because of the supposedly big drop-off between the top running backs and the middle tiers.
That proved to be absolutely false, as consensus first-rounders Ray Rice, Arian Foster, Doug Martin, Trent Richardson and C.J. Spiller ruined many a fantasy season.
There are plenty of great running backs around the league, and with the unpredictable and platoon-like nature of running committees in today's NFL, a "top" back isn't worth what he once was.
Who would have thought that Eddie Lacy, Fred Jackson, Le'Veon Bell, Giovani Bernard, Joique Bell, Danny Woodhead, Zac Stacy and Pierre Thomas would all have ended up in the top 20?
But the point remains that these types of values are easily found. With my previous point that wide receivers are actually the easiest to predict, maybe it's time to start pushing the WR-WR draft strategy?
It's been a crazy one, and I can't wait to start all over again.
Until next season, everyone.