Found July 22, 2012 on RotoAsk:
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Arian Foster, Ray Rice, LeSean McCoy and Maurice Jones-Drew (in some order) are going to be the first running backs taken in most fantasy drafts.  Who should be the next back off the board?  Unlike in past years, running back gets ugly quick once you get past the big four.  Marshawn Lynch, Ryan Mathews, Chris [...]
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