One of the more popular fantasy football draft strategies the past few seasons has been "Zero RB", and it's not very hard to see why. There's a shortage of true workhorse running backs that you can rely on in the NFL and the league is continually moving gradually away from smashmouth football and places emphasis on precision passing.
Fantasy Football draft strategies can vary, but one aggressive approach might just corner the market at your next draft, check out this strategy and these 10 zero RB Targets
WRs will continue to be an integral part of every roster, but at some point, you may be better off taking a shot on an extra TE than continue to hunt WRs that have a lower success rate. You want to be a trend-setter, not follow in the back of the herd. When you fall in line with what everyone is doing, exceptional results will require more luck.
Everyone has their own fantasy football strategies, thoughts, and opinions when it comes to fantasy football and the highly anticipated draft day that comes each year. Each approach is different and can either make or break a fantasy season. Of course trades and waiver wire pickups help along the way, but the draft is where you build the foundation of your team. Among those said strategies is the trending and very popular “Zero RB” strategy.
Are you aggressively preparing your fantasy football strategy for an upcoming draft? Have you heard of the Zero Running Back Strategy? Well, whether you know it or not, give me five minutes and I’ll show what your zero RB team could look like in 2015.