Originally Posted by tripleaaaron
While it is good to have a strategy, dont stick to it. The best drafters alter their strategy based on other drafters and best overall talent. While it is easy to say go RB-RB as almost everyone does, Why take a Ahman green or cadillac williams in round 2 just so you can get 2 backs (if drafting in the back end) get an elite wideout rather than a 2nd tier runner, you can grab them with your comeback pick. Dont fall into the "run" traps, if everyone is going all backs in rounds 1-2 take someone who is clearly above the rest of their part. position. Sticking to your guns will only leave you with middle talent across the board.
The RB-RB strategy actually involves trying to get a top-tier RB and a good 2nd-tier RB. It's harder to find 2 quality RBs than 2 quality WRs, so you should grab 2 good RBs if they are available.
You're right, though. You shouldn't reach for a guy like Ahman Green or Julius Jones just to get 2 RBs.