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2014 Fantasy Football: Running Back-by-Committee Situations to Monitor

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2014 Fantasy Football: Running Back-by-Committee Situations to Monitor
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Tre Mason, RB, St. Louis Rams

When it comes to fantasy football, the lifeblood of a team is usually based on its running back composition. They are the cornerstones to successful teams.

Running backs who receive the bulk of the carries for their team (think Adrian Peterson, Jamaal Charles, LeSean McCoy, Matt Forte and so on) are so coveted that you grab them and never look back.

However, not every team has an uncontested lead back. In fact, most teams employ a running back-by-committee approach.

That term, also known by the acronym RBBC, sends shivers down the spines of fantasy players. However, we have to deal with it nevertheless. Eventually, many teams may lean toward one back, while others hold steady and continue using a rotating door of backs to get the job done.

Several teams are facing a dilemma at the moment, with a number of backs they can turn to. With fantasy football drafts quickly approaching, here are five such teams (listed alphabetically) to closely monitor this preseason. 

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