The Pros and Cons of the Star Running Backs in This NFL Draft Class

March 20, 2017 | Courtesy of theringer.com

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In the lead-up to each of the past two NFL drafts, a pressing question for teams was if — and when — it was acceptable to take a running back in the first round. In 2015, Todd Gurley and Melvin Gordon became the first backs in a three-year window to be selected in the first 32 picks; last spring, Ezekiel Elliott was snapped up at no. 4 overall, a signal that the Cowboys were going all-in on their ground game.

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