5 running backs who are being taken too low in 2019 fantasy football drafts

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5 running backs who are being taken too low in 2019 fantasy football drafts
5 running backs who are being taken too low in 2019 fantasy football drafts

Fantasy football draft season is in swing as we approach the third NFL preseason game, so it's time to check in on how owners are valuing certain names. Thanks to average draft position (ADP), we can tell who's going too high and too low. In this post we'll be taking a look at running backs who are being undervalued by drafters, which means you can take advantage by getting a discount on talents by waiting on those players instead of taking them higher up. 1. Chris Carson, Seattle Seahawks He's going at RB20 and 38th overall, which seems low for a player who might be more involved in the passing game and who is in a run-heavy offense. Add in the fact that Rahaad Penny is struggling in the preseason

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