Running Backs Who Consistently Outperform Their ADPs
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In 2014, nine of the top-12 running backs outperformed their ADPs. Seventeen of the top-24 (representing all RB1 and RB2’s) outperformed their ADPs. As was the case with my previous article, which covered wide receivers who consistently outperformed their ADPs, the purpose of this article is not to project where any of these players finish in 2015. We’re looking at opportunities to draft players that are consistently undervalued and, using the RB Similarity Score App, assess their chances to outperform their current 2015 ADPs.