Is QB more important than RB in Fantasy Drafts?
The days of waiting until the middle-rounds to draft Matt Schaub while you stack up on your skill position players are over; you need an elite quarterback. This isn't to say that you can't take a running back or wide receiver in the first or second round, but if you miss out on one of the top five or six QB's you're at a severe disadvantage. I'd still suggest picking among Foster, Rice, and McCoy if you have one of the top three picks, but there's a huge drop off after those three and a deep pool of solid RB's, so taking someone like Aaron Rodgers over a Maurice Jones-Drew type player may be the way to go.
In summation, make sure you get an elite quarterback, even if it means waiting a round to get your RB1 or RB2.