The running back position continues to play a bigger role in the passing game each year. Nowadays, you are seeing scat backs catching 50-plus footballs. These are the guys you want to target as your RB2 or Flex options in fantasy football PPR leagues. Especially, one point per reception, as those points start to add up quick.
Take a look at Marc Caviglia’s fantasy football PPR running back rankings to see who you should take on draft day.
Rankings are based on PPR scoring, 1 point per reception, 6 points per touchdown, 1 point per 10 rushing/receiving yard leagues.