To RB, Or Not To RB?

The most difficult thing about a fantasy football draft is deciding where to invest your 1st round pick; it sets the course for how you build your team. So, what position do you target?

While QB’s and WR’s are unusually deep this year, unchallenged #1 RB’s are very limited.

If you’ve got a pick in the top half of the first round, you can mindlessly pick an RB who will get the majority of carries, with no running back by committee situation to be leery of.

But, all the undisputed #1 RB’s are gone by the middle of the third round, at the absolute latest.

Choose wisely, young Skywalker.

Paul Eide can be heard dispensing fantasy football advice every Friday AM during the NFL season on Jacksonville’s 930 AM “The Fox” at 8:00 EST. Listen live here. Email Paul at paul@pauleide.com

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