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Fantasy Football running back outlook 2021: Draft strategy ...

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Dalvin Cook
Alvin Kamara
Derrick Henry
Mike Davis
Myles Gaskin
Javonte Williams
Melvin Gordon
Travis Kelce
Raheem Mostert
Trey Sermon
A.J. Dillon
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Giovani Bernard
Josh Allen
Josh Allen's
Damien Harris
Zack Moss
Leonard Fournette Round 9
Jamaal Williams
David Johnson
Gus Edwards
Tony Pollard Round 11
Devin Singletary
Latavius Murray
Alexander Mattison Round
Xavier Jones
James White
Darrynton EvansBelow
Kareem Hunt
Tarik Cohen
Nick Chubb


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For instance, in non-PPR leagues, I am almost certainly taking a running back in the first round and I would really like to have two by the end of the third round. Full PPR is where things open up a lot more.If I pick early in a PPR league, that's where I'm likely to try what some are now calling Hero-RB, where you draft a running back in the first round and then fill the rest of your starters out (or go five-to-six rounds at least) before you take another running back. If you're going Zero-RB, or even Hero RB you should be more likely to draft guys like Gordon and Raheem Mostert, because of their floor early in the year. Only seven running backs were better than that in 2020.12.3% -- Only 12.3% of the Steelers passes went to running backs last year, the lowest mark in the league.So which sleepers, breakouts and busts should you target and fade? Round 6 -- Chase Edmonds, Raheem Mostert, Melvin Gordon, Round 7 -- Damien Harris, Trey Sermon, Ronald Jones Round 8 -- Kenyan Drake, Zack Moss, Leonard Fournette Round 9 -- Jamaal Williams, David Johnson, A.J. Dillon Round 10 -- Gus Edwards, Tony Pollard Round 11 -- Devin Singletary, Latavius Murray, Alexander Mattison Round 12 or later -- Xavier Jones, James White, Giovani Bernard, Darrynton EvansBelow are the top-10 PPR handcuffs to draft on Draft Day. Obviously, Kareem Hunt is much more than a handcuff, but the reason he's on this list, and not someone like Tarik Cohen, is the fact that Hunt could be a league-winner in the event Nick Chubb gets hurt.

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