I’m a list guy. I make “to do” lists, follow “honey do” lists, and will take time to read a top ten list of almost anything. This series of articles will bring you a top five ranking about a myriad of topics in the world of dynasty football.
As we inch closer to the beginning of training camps, dynasty owners continue to focus on building competitive teams and that means we begin to cure our collective case of rookie fever and turn our attention to players who can help us win now. While the running back position has been an afterthought for years, the emergence of the “Big Three” along with multiple consecutive highly drafted backs, namely Todd Gurley, Ezekiel Elliott and Leonard Fournette, has given the overall position the relevance it deserves.
Not all backfields are as crystal clear as the Rams, Cowboys and Jaguars though with many teams employing a running back by committee or simply just having a lot of competition for touches. Here is my look at some AFC teams with crowded backfields and how dynasty owners should be valuing the players involved here.