You can’t score if you don’t have the ball. It’s the cardinal rule of all sports, thus, it’s a cardinal rule of fantasy football.

Make sure you target players — specifically running backs — who touch the ball frequently because they’re more likely to rack up points for your team.

The caveat to this strategy is that workhorses are also more apt to get injured, thus you should think about handcuffing them with their backups late in the draft.