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Why NFL Teams Should (Almost) Never Draft a Running Back in the First Round

Why NFL Teams Should (Almost) Never Draft a Running Back in the First Round

Hyped by on February 12, 2012 Website: www.rantsports.com

Other than quarterback, the most glamorous position in the National Football League is running back.

Fans are dazzled by speedy running backs who can dart between holes and rake up 1500-yard rushing seasons like it’s no big deal.

Running backs are frequently drafted in the first round, usually two to three per year, and it’s not uncommon at all to see a running back go in the first few picks of the draft, or even number one overall.

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