It's not smart to burn a first round pick on a running back that may very well be the next Shaun Alexander or Deuce McAllister? Someone that's in position for touchdowns hand over fist, or 350 touches a season?
If you draft well, you can afford to get nothing from your first pick. If you're a smart and active owner, you can overcome getting a bust out of the first and second round.
This is a game. And it's a game that deserves to be "played". How many of you can say you drafted LT or Portis in the first round? How many of you waited, hoping to get him at a less risky price of a lower round draft pick?
Well you my friends missed out on one season of 1900 yards and 17 touchdowns, and the other 1600 yards and 10 touchdowns.
The number of teams that depend on one RB alone, with no competition on the bench is but a mere handful.
I want the next one.
Only 3 leagues this year. No sense in rooting for everyone in the NFL.