If you're going to invest a high draft pick on a running back, do the smart thing and draft an insurance policy in the latter rounds. Pair a marquee pick with his backup and guarantee some production regardless of the fickle nature of injuries. The experts call this strategy "handcuffing."
Rotoworld's Kay Adams and Yahoo! Sports' Brad Evans tell you which handcuffs have the most value, including a breakout back from 2012 and a little-known understudy in Seattle.