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Eddie Lacy should go No. 1 in fantasy football drafts

Funny: After DeMarco Murray led the NFL in rushing yards last year, he’s not even remotely close to being considered for the No. 1 overall pick in fantasy football drafts. 522 more words

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Updated: RB Rankings

Updated 6/17

  1. Le’Veon Bell
  2. Adrian Peterson
  3. Marshawn Lynch
  4. Eddie Lacy
  5. Jamaal Charles
  6. Matt Forte
  7. Arian Foster
  8. C.J. Anderson
  9. DeMarco Murray
  10. LeSean McCoy
  11. Lamar Miller
  12. Jeremy Hill…
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Charles: Happy To Be Recognized In The Port Arthur Hall Of Fame

Kansas City running back, and Port Arthur native, Jamaal Charles joins Nate & Creight to talk about being honored by the city of Port Arthur, how he likes playing for Andy Reid in Kansas City, what he thinks about incoming rookie running backs being compared to him, and which style of barbecue is his favorite: Texas or Kansas City? 6 more words

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NFL Cornerstones: Running Back

Cornerstone players will be a recurring theme on Second Look Sports where I look at each position in a certain sport and I choose a cornerstone player to build my franchise around. 649 more words

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Top 10 running backs heading into 2015/16

Like my top 10 quarterbacks and wide receivers lists, the choices made for the top 10 running backs heading into the new season are based on statistical evidence, historic performance and the strength of the team and coaching system around them. 2,636 more words

Jamaal Charles wants to play running back for six more years

Kansas City Chiefs’ Jamaal Charles is the all-time leading running back at 5.5 yards a carry. He is coming off somewhat of a disappointing season, as he only rushed for 1,083 yards — the fewest yards he has tallied in which he played a minimum of 15 games. 259 more words

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Tier 1 Running Backs (aka…The First 5 Players that Should Be Drafted)

I don’t care what anyone says, if you don’t have a stud running back on your team you might as well just plan for next year. 1,049 more words

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