I've been in so many drafts today, let me share something I'm seeing if it helps those drafting to come SAT or Sunday:
-- Devin Singletary is falling DRAMATICALLY, you don't have to rush to take him. 1-2-3 rounds later than from whatever your host ranking shows.
-- D'Andre Swift is starting to fall in redrafts on the injury concerns (not sure it's as serious as made out but he is missing time).
-- Le'Veon Bell is falling on bad NYJ camp news in general (a bit overblown I think)
-- Leonard Fournette or David Johnson...no heat, not moving up. Their ADPs are holding steady.
-- Darrell Henderson falling...a great, great bargain.
-- JuJu, Amari, Thielen, Lockett ADPs falling
THERE IS power in the not-young WRs in the 4th-10th rounds.
-- People are panicking in the 3rd-4th-rounds from taking RBs, those that went in with an RB-heavy plan on purpose...as soon as they see the gorgeous WR names sitting there 3rd/4th-rounds, they abandon ship and grab 'a stud WR' and then really deviate from the plan and start trying to balance positions (because the RBs all went soon after).
You should try to come out of the first five picks with three RB1s, and I'd argue four RBs (the 'right' ones) after 6/7 rounds. You MUST hammer the RBs and let yourself fall into the bloat of WRs available 5th-10th rounds.
Handcuffs won't matter if you are 5-6 strong at RB. The WR inflation/depth is driving this theory.