Keeping this relationship in mind, we can assign an expected workload to running backs based on averages and ranks. For example, between 2013 and 2015, the PPR RB10 saw an average opportunity of 271. As of June 8th, Mark Ingram is the 10th running back drafted.
The fantasy market has a tendency to over correct on valuing players year over year. This often presents an opportunity to find assets that come at a cheaper price tag than they should.