Fantasy football drafts: Can you win with no RBs in first two rounds?

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As you prepare for your fantasy football drafts, there seems to be a mindset this year that if you don't take at least one running back in the first two rounds you risk struggling to find reliable weekly options all season. At our annual summit, we asked our ESPN Fantasy analysts about this and their thoughts are below.

The ESPN Fantasy Football virtual summit highlighted many key storylines as we look forward to 2020 fantasy football drafts. Our composite rankings, which will be updated throughout the offseason, are always a great starting point for fantasy owners as they prepare for draft day.

To give you a peek behind the curtain of some of our best discussions, we introduce our fantasy football roundtable series. Each entry will feature members of our ESPN Fantasy team offering their analysis on the hottest topics to come out of this year's summit, which hopefully will get you thinking about how you want to approach your drafts in the months ahead.

Can you win without drafting any RBs in the first two rounds?