We began with the Zero RB candidates ranked 11 to 15. If you’re familiar with the methodology, skip the intro.
At this point many fantasy players are familiar with Zero RB, but avoiding those early round land mines is meaningless without a method for otherwise filling the position. In last April’s Zero RB, Breakout Stars, and Having More Fun Drafting, I explained how to use an evidence-based approach to consistently land late round starters at the running back position. A few of the key components: