FF Targets – Running Back


When it comes to RBs, you can never have enough. You can’t go wrong with any of the top 10, feel free to target any of them. Don’t drive yourself crazy trying to predict who is going to stay healthy all year, the answer is none. Don’t try to analyze which RB has the better o-line or who may loose touches at the goal line.

Go with your rankings and take the next highest RB left on the board. Take ‘em early and take ‘em often. With RBs, you have to be a hawk all season long when it comes to the waiver wire. Depending on your league settings, you may not have the bench spots available to draft “handcuffs”.
Here are the backs that really intrigue me this year, followed by my clone recipe for one of my favorite bottled BBQ sauces.


Chris Johnson, Titans

CJ2K just keeps on rolling year in and year out. This year he is not the consensus overall #1 player, be he has to be in the top 5. Draft him with confidence if you are lucky enough to draft that early.

Ryan Mathews, Chargers

It has been reported that the bolts are going to lean on him all year. This could finally be the year that he reaches the elite status that has been talked about regarding him. Also having the bowling ball Tolbert out of town helps.

Doug Martin, Buccaneers

The bucs are going to run the ball often this year. He has smoked the blount in camp and preseason and will get the bulk of all these carries. Your counterparts may sleep on him and you better be ready to pounce.


Stevan Ridley, Patriots

Here is another RB that may fall to you in the middle rounds. The pats have a ton of weapons on offense, but Ridley will rack up the yardage and will get double digit scores this year.

Peyton Hillis, Chiefs

Speaking of scoring, the other Peyton will get his share. I wouldn’t be afraid of using him as your flex option most of the year.


Cedric Benson, Packers

I have never really liked the butler, maybe it was because he played for the bungles, but there is something about him being on the pack that makes me think he is worthy. Pick him and he will serve you up a championship.


David Wilson, RB, Giants

He is Bradshaw’s primary backup this year. If you have played this game in the past and drafted Ahmad, you know that his backup get points. I predict, by the end of the year, he is the G-men’s #1 back.




Bone Suckin’ Sauce Clone

You can find the “Bone Sucking” brand in most stores.  The BBQ sauce is a little hot, sweet, and great on ribs.  It’s not too bad on pulled pork either.  Here is my clone recipe for the mild version you can make at home and serve at your next BBQ. 


1 cup ketchup
1/2 apple or cranapple juice
2 Tablespoons apple cider vinegar
1/4 teaspoon onion powder
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper (more or less to taste)
2 teaspoons dry mustard
2 Tablespoons light brown sugar
2 Tablespoons molasses
1/8 teaspoon liquid smoke
2 Tablespoons lemon juice
2 Tablespoons honey


Mix everything and simmer for 20 to 30 minutes




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