How important is it to handcuff your RB1 in the draft?
Feb. 25, 2014 11:08 AM EST
Really two questions:
What pick in the draft does it no longer make sense to use a roster slot to stash a handcuff (e.g. You select Reggie Bush at pick #32. Would make it a priority to draft Joique Bell)? What is the earliest pick you would use to select a handcuff (e.g. Knile Davis)?
Note: Lets assume a standard 12-team redraft league.
For the uninformed: A backup player drafted exclusively for the purpose of alleviating a high draft-pick's injury risk is called a handcuff (e.g. Owning Bernard Pierce as Ray Rice's handcuff).