Fantasy Football 2011: 5 Riskiest NFL Running Backs

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Fantasy Football 2011: 5 Riskiest NFL Running Backs
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Fantasy football leagues tend to be won and lost based on running back production. Most fantasy leagues start two running backs with an additional spot for a third running back. 

When drafting a running back within the top 20 ranked, going risky can sometimes hit you where it hurts. For instance, DeAngelo Williams was drafted as a top 10 running back and ended up compiling 361 yards and a single touchdown. 

All rankings are provided by, and the risk value is dependant on the ranking. With that said, we dive into deciphering the top five risks at the running back position in 2011. 

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