Looking at this year's crop of NFL running backs, it's tough to pick the top-10.
With just about every team attempting to run some sort of tandem in the backfield, it's no easy feat determining which backs will be receiving the majority of the carries, especially near the goal-line, where they matter most.
However, this is good news for fantasy owners, as there should be no shortage of quality RB options available—even later in most drafts.
Looking at the best options out there, it's amazing how young they all are—most of them are in their third or fourth year.
This goes to show just how brutal the position is on these players, and how amazing it is that they can ever manage to stay dominant for a decade or more.
That being said, there should be some significant changes in the top-10 from last year at this time. There were just too many great RB's that came out of the 2008 draft class—not to mention Michael Turner tearing it up in his first year as a starter.
So here is my final word of advice before getting this thing started:
Don't panic if you can't get a top-five or even top-10 RB. There are a TON of solid options out there.