10 Massively Underrated Running Backs

While loading up on running backs early in your fantasy draft is typically a good idea, don't forget about the backs in the middle rounds.

Fantasy owners are shying away from early-round running backs due to the high bust rate at the position. While these bust rates are true, what many folks fail to realize is that, after Round 5 or 6 of a standard fantasy draft, the bust rates of running backs become exponentially worse.

This, however, doesn't mean that you shouldn't draft running backs in the middle rounds of your fantasy draft. In fact, the numberFire football crew thinks there's still a ton of value to be had at the position throughout Rounds 6 to 12 this season. Take a look.