Air Yards, Touchdowns And Picking Better Zero RB Candidates
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If you are a RotoViz subscriber, then it’s safe to assume you are familiar with the Zero RB draft strategy. The theory is based around locking down the premier handcuffs and benefitting from the inevitable injuries at the running back position. While I’m a big proponent of the strategy, it definitely has its detractors. One of the common questions I’ve seen from people is “How do I identify the best late-round backs to target?” Opportunity is king, and while there are a few backups that have their position secured, that’s not the case for a majority of teams. Follow along as I attempt to outline a different and perhaps better way to choose some Zero RB candidates.