Found March 22, 2013 on The Football Juice:

As the overall draft stock of quarterbacks and wide receivers have risen in the past few drafts, the stock of running backs have seemed to simultaneously plummet like Wile E. Coyote off a cliff. Trent Richardson did everything he could last season to assuage the fear in front offices to use first round picks on running backs, but we will see if it was enough. With the influx of increased passing attempts, running backs have become less important members of offenses and head coaches have shown that they can get by with any BenJarvus Green-Ellis off the street. Nonetheless, running backs will still be taken in this year’s draft and it could be by your team. So let’s familiarize ourselves with the top five 2013 NFL Draft running backs.

 

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