FANFOOD FF’13 – Get & Forget RB Handcuffs

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The very last preseason edition of the FANFOOD Get & Forget will focus on RB Handcuffs.

In the final few rounds of your fantasy draft, instead of selecting some fourth-string, boom or bust wide receiver or a second DST or kicker, grab a RB handcuff. It doesn’t even need to be a backup to a back you own. Given heavy turnover and injuries, backs come out of nowhere every season.

No fantasy team is complete without a handcuff RB or two. It’s always great when you leave a guy like Ben Tate on your bench and if Arian Foster misses a game, you can either trade Tate for a big return on your investment or start him in what will likely be his most productive game of the year. There are no sure things this game and since talent can only take you so far, sometimes all that matters is opportunity. These handcuff options are put together by division and the ones marked [G] are the guys you’ll want to strongly consider in your upcoming drafts.

There is a wealth of information out there and we have an index of well over 400 Fantasy Football links on the FANFOOD Fantasy Football Tools page. Combing through them all we have come up with some backup RBs you should get and some you should forget, followed by a recipe for Black Jack Barbecue Sauce.

 

Let’s get to it!

 

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GET  [G]    FORGET [F]

Running Back Handcuffs

 

 

 

PrimaryHandcuff
BillsC.J. SpillerFred Jackson[F]
DolphinsLamar MillerDaniel Thomas[G]
PatriotsStevan RidleyShane Vereen[G]
JetsChris IvoryBilal Powell[F]

 

 

PrimaryHandcuff
RavensRay RiceBernard Pierce[F]
BengalsGiovani BernardBenJarvus Green-Ellis[G]
BrownsTrent RichardsonDion Lewis[F]
SteelersLe’Veon BellJonathan Dwyer[G]

 

 

PrimaryHandcuff
TexansArian FosterBen Tate[F]
ColtsAhmad BradshawVick Ballard [G]
JaguarsMaurice Jones-DrewJustin Forsett[F]
TitansChris JohnsonShonn Greene[F]

 

 

PrimaryHandcuff
BroncosMontee BallRonnie Hillman[G]
ChiefsJamaal CharlesKnile Davis[G]
RaidersDarren McFaddenRashad Jennings[F]
ChargersRyan MathewsDanny Woodhead[G]

 

 

 

PrimaryHandcuff
CowboysDeMarco MurrayJoseph Randle[G]
GiantsDavid WilsonAndre Brown[G]
EaglesLeSean McCoyBryce Brown[F]
RedskinsAlfred MorrisRoy Helu[F]

 

 

PrimaryHandcuff
BearsMatt ForteMichael Bush[G]
LionsReggie BushMikel Leshoure[F]
PackersEddie LacyJohnathan Franklin[F]
DuJuan Harris[G]
VikingsAdrian PetersonToby Gerhart[F]

 

 

PrimaryHandcuff
FalconsSteven JacksonJacquizz Rodgers[G]
PanthersDeAngelo WilliamsJonathan Stewart[F]
SaintsDarren SprolesPierre Thomas[G]
Mark Ingram[G]
BuccaneersDoug MartinMike James[F]

 

 

PrimaryHandcuff
CardinalsRashard MendenhallRyan Williams[F]
49ersFrank GoreKendall Hunter [G]
LaMichael James[F]
SeahawksMarshawn LynchRobert Turbin[F]
RamsDaryl RichardsonZac Stacy[F]
Isaiah Pead[F]

 

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Black Jack Barbecue Sauce

This barbecue sauce actually calls for coffee. The coffee helps to give the sauce a unique flavor which works particularly well on beef, but you just might find yourself putting this sauce on most anything.

 

INGREDIENTS

2 cups chopped onions
1 cup strong black coffee
1 1/2 cups ketchup
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup cider vinegar
1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
1/4 cup hot chili peppers, minced
3 tablespoons chili powder
4-6 cloves garlic, minced
2 teaspoons salt
PREPARATION

Combine all ingredients in a large saucepan and simmer for about half an hour.
Let cool.
Pour into a blender and puree until smooth.
Store in a glass container in the refrigerator.

 

 

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