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Topic: Middle Round RB's
scott_83271
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Post Date: 07/05/13 09:18
Normally I am able to find a couple of RB's I like in the late early to middle rounds like Foster a few years ago and Doug Martin last year. I am having a touigher time this year.

I like Lamar Miller. I am not sure that he will still fit this description by the time the draft gets here. Looking at rookies I see Zac Stacy, Bernard from the Bengals but not in love with either of them. I really like Latavius Murray but don't think he will get a shot in Oakland.

Who are some of the Rb's in this tier that you guys are targeting.
 Delchay123_4852
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Post Date: 07/05/13 11:44
Leveon Bell, Jonathan Franklin and Joseph Randle are some good ones.

I would target Bell as a rb#3. Randle will see a lot of playing time since Murray can't stay healthy.



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Post Date: 07/05/13 19:11
Give it sometime. With the camps about to open and the preseason games right behind that I think a good (2-4) RB's will sleeper potential will appear. Foster in 2010 is a perfect example of that. I to like Jospeh Randle as Murray's ablility to stay healthy has been 0%.
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Post Date: 07/07/13 12:34
Any RB gets a shot in OAK, since no RB can remain healthy all year long.

Chris Ivory might be one to watch in NYJ as he takes over primary ball carrying duties. He is a career 5.1 YPC back but never has seen over 137 carries in a season, so durability might be a question.

Not a big fan of GBP backs, but Eddie Lacy has a shot at winning the starting job, although GB ends up as a pass heavy offense. The RBs they cycled last year didn't amount to much. Chances are he won't face 8 in the box with Rodgers passing.

Isiah Pead was supposed to be the change of pace back with S Jax in STL. With Jax gone it's now a RBBC with Pead and Richarson, who showed some value last year. Pead also has to serve a 1 game suspension.
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