Shawn has used his RB target list to win 13 leagues at the Main Event level or higher and finish in the top 50 of national tournaments on more than 15 occasions. That includes a 1-2 finish in the NFFC Primetime in 2013 and finishes of No. 12 and No. 31 in the 2020 FFPC Main Event.
Unleash the full power of Zero RB with the list that has given you monster RB performances at a bargain basement price for six years running.
THE LIST THROUGH THE YEARS
- Our 2015 Zero RB list included the No. 1 overall RB (Devonta Freeman).
- Our 2016 list featured a breakout star and RB5 in PPG (Melvin Gordon).
- Our 2017 list included RB3 Kareem Hunt and RB4 Alvin Kamara.
- Our 2018 list featured five of the top-10 backs in Win Rate, including James White (18.7%), Tarik Cohen (16.8%), and Chris Carson (11.8%)
- Our 2019 list featured 313-point scoring Austin Ekeler and rookie breakout Miles Sanders.
- Our 2020 list featured RB5 in PPG (James Robinson) and a second rookie sensation (Antonio Gibson).
With your RotoViz subscription, next week you’ll also get my entire draft plan and 2021 targets at every position. Good luck to everyone drafting this weekend, and here we go: the final five.