Running Backs are at the center of many draft debates these days. Do I draft an RB in the first 4 rounds or do I wait and go zero running back? I personally love the zero running back, but you cannot force a strategy during your draft, that will just screw you up. I am a strong believer in taking what is the best available with each pick, but I will lean towards the WR every time I have to decide between 2 guys. I prefer to take backs when the fall to me, so it is important to know what the value of each back is. So to help you decide when to take a back I have compiled my list of running back rankings. This list is based on a PPR scoring format.
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Article originally posted on Going For 2 on August 27th, 2016.