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Welcome back to another episode of The Fantasy Six Pack Hour.

2016 Fantasy Football Running Back Preview

This episode we will be continuing our 2016 Fantasy Football Position Previews with the Running Back position. We will be joined by Richard Savill, the content manager over at Fantasy Six Pack to help us.

The American Idiots

Of course, first we have to start though by talking some American Idiots.

How does the reinstatement of Josh Gordon change things in Cleveland and for his Fantasy Football value? Where are you drafting him, if at all?

We also will highlight the pending Le’veon Bell suspension and the Ezekiel Elloitt news. Does is affect their draft value at all? If you do draft them are you required to handcuff them? All things that you have to consider when these two stud running backs come up on the draft board.

Strategy, Busts, Sleeper, Injuries & Rookies

As we dive into the running back position for 2016 we give our overall strategy and tips for drafting the position. Do you use the Zero-RB theory? Go more running back heavy?

Then we get into some hot questions/topics, such as is Doug Martin trustworthy in a non-contract year?

We analyze players returning from injuries like Jamaal Charles, Thomas Rawls and Dion Lewis. Where do you draft these guys, knowing that they are injury risks entering the 2016 season.

We finish up the 2016 Fantasy Football Running Back Preview by giving our sleepers and bust lists along with giving the one rookie that we each like, that is not named Ezekiel Elliott.

Twitter Questions

As always we finish with your Twitter questions. Each week we try to answer all your questions on air. So send them in to @fantasysixpack or @AppleGarthAlgar and hear your questions get answered live on air.

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