“Your odds of hitting TD pay dirt are much better if you have track stars as running backs and receivers, as opposed to only possession receivers or hard-nosed running backs,” says Don. Generally, lighter RBs are faster, so this could help decide who to draft when the options are lean, which will happen pretty quick.
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