Is this the year that plucking RBs off the waiver wire stops working in fantasy football?

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Is this the year that plucking RBs off the waiver wire stops working in fantasy football?
Is this the year that plucking RBs off the waiver wire stops working in fantasy football?

The strategy during a fantasy football season regarding running backs has been pretty straightforward in recent years. Aside from the top guy you draft who you hope will stay healthy, you should expect your running backs to be a revolving door of drafted dart-board throws on your bench and free agents. Yes, the running back position is always going to be a lot tougher with all the committees, injuries and in the more pass-heavy NFL. But in 2019, it's been rough. Let's review some of the names you likely picked off the waiver wire and how they've fared: Wayne Gallman replaced the injured Saquon Barkley and had one good game before he left a contest against the Vikings, and Barkley miraculously

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