W14: Start Steven Jackson, Larry Johnson or Warrick Dunn?
Larry Johnson is against Den
Warrick Dunn is up against Car
Steven Jackson is up against Ari
- xninjagrrlLv 61 decade agoBest Answer
go with s-jax,he looked good last week and only played 3 quarters, and even if STL is down by like a billion points they still run the ball...
i have s-jax and hillis going this week and am bencing dunn and lendale white...i dont think dunn has a great matchup at all against CAR
ps, i still dont trust larry johnson, not even against the crappy broncos..plus, cutler will shred the chiefs and thigpen will have to throw alot, not good for johnson
- scott hLv 41 decade ago
Jackson against ARI
if on game day he is gimpy/hurtgo with Johnson vs Den
- etterLv 43 years ago
to the alternative, Dunn is the 1st you ought to get rid of. he would be going up against a Carolina protection that's in the midst of the %. while it is composed of rushing Yards allowed, yet have in elementary terms allowed 10 rushing touchdowns all season. it truly is under one in line with game. combine this with the resurgence of 'Cadillac' Williams, and you in elementary terms can no longer start up him. This leaves you with Larry and Jackson. common wisdom might say they should end interior a element or 2 of one yet another this week, yet for my money, i might start up Johnson. Jackson is the extra sensible back yet Johnson would be working against a Denver protection that's the 5th worst in rushing yards allowed and has allowed 17 rushing touchdowns this season. start up Johnson. If no longer, start up Jackson. yet do no longer start up Dunn. he's basically too a good number of a threat this week.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Go with Jackson if he's not too gimpy, otherwise pick LJ and hope that he explodes against Den again
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- 1 decade ago
Steven Jackson would be my pick.
Warrick dunn would also be a solid pick though.
- 1 decade ago
I would go with LJ my mom could score two tds againt Denver.