Franchise Running Backs Win Fantasy Football Titles, Not Super Bowls

February 17th, 2022

In this edition of The Todd Wright TODDcast, Todd focuses on the decreased significance of running back production for recent Super Bowl winning teams. Both on the field and on their salary cap. The Todd Wright TODDcast is presented by Brandon Legal Group and Bill Currie Ford. Click above to listen or to download. Or listen on Stitcher here, Google Podcasts here, and on other platforms.


5 Responses to “Franchise Running Backs Win Fantasy Football Titles, Not Super Bowls”

  1. Bqen green Says:

    Never before has the RB position been so devalued. The days of drafting in the first round for the position are gone, at least for smart GM’s anyway. Now you need a capable back, if you want to win. Most smart teams can find guys in the third and fourth rounds that are great value. Spending at all at the position are what stupid teams do, be it draft capital or real dollars

  2. Bqen green Says:

    The last team to win the Superbowl with a first team all pro back, was the Rams in 1999 with Marshall faulk.

  3. catcard202 Says:

    You don’t need to spend $ on RB’s to succeed in a passing league. Duh.

  4. Swampbuc Says:

    Deebo Samuel has redefined the position. As more players fit that mold, the corresponding value will increase.

  5. Swampbuc Says:

    Tebow can play quarterback and running back. It’s Tebow time! He could be had for cheap!