While you debate which running backs to start this week, please keep something in mind: The average per-game Fantasy point total of top-12 running backs in non-PPR and PPR are lower from 2019’s totals — 15.3 in PPR and 12.4 in non-PPR. Those numbers might rise as the weather turns cold and teams start to run with higher frequency, but it’s evidence that an already frustrating position in Fantasy is only getting leaner. Remember, any running back with 15-touch potential is a must-start, but it’s the running backs who work the goal line who have an edge in non-PPR, and it’s the guys who catch three-plus passes per game who have the edge in PPR.
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