Best and Worst Value at Running Back in Fantasy Football This Season

August 20, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Value, value, value. 
In fantasy football, the number of points a player finishes with is obviously important. After all, you can't win a league if your players don't perform. What you paid for those points, however, is of far greater importance. 
Last year, many leagues were won on the sole merits of Adrian Peterson. Obviously, right? He was the best player in football. That's why they won.
Owners that won because of Peterson did not win simply because they had him. They won because of where they got him. To get that historic level of production in the late-second, early-third round is incredible. And it doesn't happen often. 
What follows are two groups of players. The first group are those players who I feel have the potential to have a Peterson-like impact on your team, not in terms of the sheer value and production, but in terms of giving you far more than you ever could have hoped to receive at the spot you got him. 

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