. 25 ppr. I have CJ2K but I'm not starting him until the week after he actually does something. I can start 1, 2 if there's a strong case for two players. I'd usually go with Blount, but he's coming off injury.Bush is on the waiver wire and should do well if McFadden can't go. Murray looks good but I just don't know if the Cowboys will ever be even semi-committed to the run. Hillis is on the waiver wire, and if Hardesty is hurt and Hillis comes back he should see the bulk of the carries.
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Blount, LeGarrette (TB)10 vote(s)Adam Farber: Blount. They need him and Graham is now out for the season. He's had a month to get better and has been in full practice all week I believe. Bush would be my next choice if you don't have to drop anyone significant. Until McFadden is back, he's going to be a solid RB2. Once RunDMC is back, Bush will still have a role, but only as a flex. I love Murray right now, but the Seattle run D is good. Battle is also a good option, but not as good as the others. I'm surprised Hillis is still available. He's a headache I'd like to avoid, but in theory, he could be the best on the list...in theory.Trent Downey: Blount's healthy, and the Saints got rocked by SJax last week.Stefano Manno: He's great for PPR because he gets receptions as well and has the most upside out of all these options.John Burke: Blount has had extensive time off from his injury and looked solid in the early season. With Graham injured, there's zero threat of splitting carries, and New Orleans just gave up a boatload of yards to Steven Jackson. My only fear would be if New Orleans mounts an early three-score lead and puts the ball in Freeman's hands.Noah Chestnut: Blount will be playing all 3 downs. He is safe for 22 touches and probably 3 to 5 passing targets.Murray, DeMarco (DAL)8 vote(s)Karol Dudycz: Hillis will be out. As of right now Murray and Battle look good depending on whether both their respective teams dont fall behind.Andrew Robert: Murray absolutely. His avg yards/carry is amazing and it looks like Dallas is gaining confidence in him. That being said, if you needed to start a second, Battle wouldn't be a bad choice either. KC is looking better and MIA has been really weak. Blount and Hillis would normally be the easy choices to play but their injuries are pretty scary in my opinion. Good luck.Bush, Michael (OAK)3 vote(s)Josh McDermott: Bush is a good back and will get you some points. If you needed to start a second back i would go with Blount as the Saints have an awful run DBattle, Jackie (KC)2 vote(s)No one has provided any reasonsHillis, Peyton (CLE)0 vote(s)No one has provided any reasons
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