Boom or Bust: Why D’Onta Foreman Has Become A Zero RB Target
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When using the Zero RB strategy, owners target wide receivers and tight ends in the early rounds. Even if an early running back is drafted, teams using this strategy generally are weaker at the running back position. If a Zero RB team can hit on running backs who have value...

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