Week 6: Two Running Backs to Avoid
Having a 15-month old, I often find myself saying “Stop! Don’t touch that!” This directive can also be helpful when giving fantasy advice. Just because a player suddenly emerges or is available on the waiver wire doesn’t mean he should be picked-up and started. As I’ve written many times, looking beyond the present and considering the future is key to cultivating fantasy success. With that, I submit to you two running backs that – like an electrical socket – are better left untouched.