The long-awaited Dynasty Leverage series begins with a bang! While the community-at-large (myself included) is dragging the 2022 rookie class, all dynasty managers await the upcoming NFL Draft with apprehension.
Will the wide receivers come to the rescue? Do the quarterbacks with upside also get draft capital? Can anything save the 2022 rookie class? This first article is here to provide some insight. It all started with a tweet about this year's running back class…
Process Over Players
Before we get into the actual class, let's dive into the motivation behind the tweet. What process are we talking about here? It starts with identifying where running backs actually matter. For purposes of this article, I am assuming we are playing in a 12-team superflex format where you are required to start two running backs and the scoring is one point per reception. I look at basic historical data going back ten years to draw some basic conclusions.