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Picking at No. 2 will probably mean taking a running back in Round 1. It does not mean you have to take receivers with each of your next two or three selections.
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Unlike the obvious decision in a standard draft, the No. 3 pick is more interesting in the PPR format, Heath Cummings says .
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Receivers were easy to come by in the fifth slot in our PPR draft, but a couple of pleasant surprises at running back made Dave Richard's team special.
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Do shifting league-wide trends make it less important to grab an elite wide receiver this season? Dave Richard takes a look at what Fantasy owners should expect for the position.
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Aside from Bilal Powell and Quincy Enunwa, the Jets don't have many quality Fantasy options this year.
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Eli Manning has new weapons in Brandon Marshall and Evan Engram, and the Giants have a new starting running back in Paul Perkins. Fantasy owners can use all of these players, as well as that other guy, Odell Beckham.
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There are three elite-level running backs who will go early in Fantasy drafts. Simple math tells us that whoever gets the No. 2 overall pick is guaranteed one of them.
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In our latest mock draft, Jamey Eisenberg shows the value of waiting on running back with some standout picks at the position, starting in Round 5.
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All things being equal, you'd always rather have the younger play, but Heath Cummings says there are several older players who will be overlooked on Draft Day.
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Can Pierre Garcon and Doug Martin really turn things around? Jamey Eisenberg gives you his latest list of under-the-radar difference-makers heading into 2017 with Sleepers 2.0.
 

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