There are many strategies for fantasy football day strategies, but no one has been considered as much as the Zero RB plan, which advocates failing to run back to the fifth or sixth round of a draft.  The idea behind the strategy is twofold: Running backs are more susceptible to damage than other players, and NFL becomes more focused around quarterbacks and recipients during each appropriate season, giving fewer and fewer opportunities for riders to accumulate fantasy points exclusively on land. As a result, knowledgeable owners of wideouts are previously targeted in the draft, and accumulate driving runs upwards in recent times.
This is not a strategy that fits any size. For example, if you are awarded a top four or five pick in the draft, you will want to take one of the top four leagues, such as Leon, Bell, Todd Gurley, David Johnson or Ezekiel Elliott, because there is simply too much of a drop between them and the rest of the players on the position to motivate using the Zero RB strategy so early. If you are in the fifth place or later, and the four rushes are selected, Zero RB will give you the green light with all the help.
With this in mind, here is a round round Zero RB drawing for a 12-team, PPR league with quarterback quarters, two backs, two wide recipients, one tight end, a flex player (RB / WR / TE) ), a defense, kicker and seven bench players.
When the first running backs are gone, there are four boards that you will focus on in the first round, in the following order: Antonio Brown, Odell Beckham Jr., Michael Thomas and De André Hopkins. It's the four recipients that are expected to make the most points, as they get the most goals, the lifeblood for fantasy football players.
Brown should not survive much longer than the sixth pick in a PPR league – according to data at Fantasy Football Counters, Brown has an 18 percent chance of being available at election # 7 – for obvious reasons: he's close to catch more than 100 passes for more than 1000 meters and 8 to 10 touchdowns.
Round 2  If you are lucky enough to choose late in the first round, you can find two stud wideouts very quickly. Thomas, and maybe Hopkins, may fall to the first or second pick in the second round, and if not, there is always Julio Jones waiting in the wings.
Hopkins gets the largest number of team goals from any NFL recipient 34 percent in 2017) and Jones caught 88 out of 148 fighters threw their way for 1,444 meters and a league 3.1 meter per race run last season.
Other options to the goal in this round are Keenan Allen, Davante Adams, AJ Green and Adam Thielen.
After focusing on superstar wideouts, pay attention to fast ends. There are only two players hosting a third round: Rob Gronkowski and Travis Kelce.
Gronkowski is a injury-injured injury shooter at Sports Injury Predictor, seeing that Gronkowski misses nearly five matches this season. But just tight ends Jimmy Graham (36 percent of team goals) and Kyle Rudolph (28 percent) were directed more often in the red zone than Kelce (26 percent) and Gronkowski (24 percent) last season.
] It is possible Larry Fitzgerald is still long-term at the start of the fourth round (17 percent chance), and if so, he manages. Fitzgerald and Brown are the only two pool recipients coming from three straight seasons with at least 100 catches, 1,000 meters and six touchdowns.
If not, aim Golden Tate or Jarvis Landry with your fourth round choice
Tate flies under the radar; However, he won the seventh highest class by the Pro Football Focus in 2017. Landry had the third highest catch amount among slot recipients (78 percent), followed by only Tate (80 percent) and Kendall Wright (80 percent).
The fifth round is where you start diversifying your roster, starting with a major quarterback like Russell Wilson or Cam Newton. There will be other drivers on the board – Deshaun Watson, Tom Brady and Drew Brees, for example – but Wilson and Newton are giving good value to this place.
Wilson comes from a season where he threw 34 touchdowns and rushed for three more, giving him a league-high 86 percent of his team touchdowns in 2017. Newton was not as productive by the air (28 touchdowns), although he made up for it on the ground (bottom for a league-high six rushing touchdowns).
Here the focus is finally facing the backrests. The goal is to collect versatile fitting backs that either play important roles in the crime or get enough work on the finish line to provide a steady stream of fantasy points. It's an added bonus when these players are also in line for an increased workload if something would happen with the # 1 option on the depth chart.
Tennessee Titans who drive back Dion Lewis may be available (19459048) 19 percent chance) in this round If not, throw an eye against Tarik Cohen, Tevin Coleman or Rex Burkhead.
By Rich Campbell in Chicago Tribune, Cohen has "fed up everywhere to maximize his speed, agility and explosiveness with the ball in his hands" under new head coach Matt Nagy. Nagy also said that Cohen was Bears' most dynamic player. High praise for the second year's pro.
Burkhead scores 5 out of 16 red zones wearing New England Patriots in 2017, including 4 out of 9 in goal
It has not been much to enjoy Cleveland Brown's crime in the last two years, but no one The debt may fall on Duke Johnson's shoulders. The 24-year-old make-it-all-back produced more than 1000 meters of scrimmage in each of the last two years, with a career height of seven touchdowns in 2017. He also recorded the third meter on the route (2.1) to Running back that year, by Pro Football Focus, behind the first round, Alvin Kamara (2.8) and Todd Gurley (2.1) choose.
No drive back selected this late will be perfect, but there should be plenty of available options, including Sony Michel, Marshawn Lynch, Ronald Jones II, Isaiah Crowell and CJ Anderson.
Anderson comes from a 245-bear, 1000-year-old for Denver Broncos and can afford gay opportunities from Christian McCaffery in Carolina. Anderson also has a better chance of breaking the game open with a big round: his nine rushes 15 yards or more in 2017 were almost as many as McCaffery (four) and Jonathan Stewart (six) had the pants combined.